Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Green Plant Foods vs. Anim al Foods

So now you know that it is not merely excess fat that causes disease.
It is not merely eating empty-calorie food that causes disease. And it
is not merely the high consumption of animal foods such as dairy, meat, chicken, and fish that leads to premature death in America. These factors are important,
but most crucial is what we are missing in our diets by not eating enough produce. Let's take a look at some more of the reasons why plant foods are so protective and essential for human health. To illustrate the powerful nutrient density of green vegetables, let us compare the nutrient density of steak with the nutrient density of broccoli and other greens. Now,  which  food  has  more  protein — broccoli  or  steak?  You were wrong if you thought steak. Steak only has 5.4 grams of protein per 100 calories and broccoli has 11.2 grams, almost twice as much. Keep in mind that most of the calories in meat come from fat; green vegetables are mostly protein (all calories must come from fat,
carbohydrate, or protein).

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