How can the body's protein needs be ensured if we do not eat animal-based foods?


During digestion, humans break down proteins into amino acids and build their own proteins from these.

It therefore does not incorporate the consumed protein, but the amino acids, therefore the statement that animal protein is better than vegetable protein because it is closer in structure to human protein is completely unfounded. Another unfounded but widespread misconception is that plants do not contain complete protein and are therefore of lower quality. This myth can be traced back to essential amino acids. Eight amino acidsthese are substances that the body cannot produce, so they must be brought into the body from the outside. Nature is wise, all living things are made up of the same amino acids, so both plants and animals contain essential amino acids for humans. It is true that animal proteins contain all eight amino acids, and plants usually do not contain all. Natural science calls that protein complete, which has all the essential amino acids for the given organism. Among the plants, such a Brussels sprouts, the carrot, the maize, the cauliflower, that is cucumber, the pumpkin, the potato, the green peas, that is all kinds of nuts, the sesame- and sunflower seeds, and the tomato proteins.

However, it is not necessary to consume complete protein at every meal, or even every day. The organization is "is able to obtain any amino acid from its own reserves, even if it is missing from a particular meal." (Dr. ES Nasset) Many researchers dealt with this topic extensively already in the early fifties (e.g. Dr. P. Bianchi, Dr. R. Hilf, Dr. H. Braun, Dr. HN Munro), and it has been repeatedly proven that a diet completely free of animal protein is perfectly suitable for humans (Dr. GL de Romana, Dr. JT Dwyer,, Dr. JM Howe, Dr. J. Knapp, Dr. M. Abdullah, Dr. SK Kon, etc.)


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Everything we had was tasty and flavorful. The bean Goulash was satisfying and a bit different than the other ones I've had in the city so far. Tucson pizza was good and the cold raw zucchini pasta dish was amazing and refreshing in the heat. Service was excellent and really enjoyed the atmosphere. Decent portions.
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Noémi Ilyés
One of the best vegan restaurants in town. If you want to try some vegan Hungarian food, this is the place to go. I have been here countless times, even my non-vegan family members really enjoy the Sunny food and sweets. Some things I recommend: wok noodles with vegetables, quinoa risotto with "cheddar" sauce, gyros platter and fruit soup if you have it (if I remember correctly, this is only a seasonal offer on the menu), Somló dumplings, a slice of marzipan cake. Their seitan is very good, well prepared and seasoned, you must try it!!
Hannah Jeffreys
Food was brilliant!! Really lovely options and portion size was great. Would highly recommend whether you’re vegan or not.

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