Hey guys, I'm new to the forum. I'm a full RawVegan and had a question about protein that's been buggin me. I am a weight-lifter and runner and swimmer and huge into all fitness related things. So naturally I'm very curious about this but, since Human's are meant to eat raw-vegan diets, we don't require as much WHOLE/complete proteins through dietary means as commonly believed right? We synthesize amino acids to form proteins right? We get plenty of AA's from veggies and fruits and grains, nuts, etc. So would it be fine for me to stick with just a pea protein powder or do I need a pea/rice blend to get the whole proteins?
Submitted by briarpatch on December 8, 2010 - 11:10am
Hurray! I have been making fruit smoothies for a while now, but thought I would retch downing a blender full of greens. My first smoothie was kale, papaya, mango, and a banana. It was actually quite good and filling. I did it in my regular blender, which was a bonus!
Submitted by maorseven on December 6, 2010 - 12:30pm
I am currently reading The Live Food Factor by Susan Schenck and am interested in transitioning to a raw food diet according to Natural Hygiene. The recipes featured in the book are either not compatible with NH or complex and time consuming. Could you please recommend a book or a website featuring simple/basic NH recipes? Feeling a bit lost.
Submitted by merrychen on November 22, 2010 - 10:34pm
The longtime fans of the teen soap drama People, One Tree Hill, found the fifth season of the show shock, given the jump in time from the previous season, and the great changes that have occurred with the characters off the screen. But these are the same dramatic changes they have experienced, which longtime fans draw near and keep their interests in a long time, because the changes were all logical and makes much sense in spite of being surprising. As a return to the fourth season opener at the final stage of their life in high school, One Tree Hill’sfifth Opening 4 years after graduation from high school. Lucas Scott is now coach of the Ravens basketball team and is assisted by the skills. Lucas has a new girlfriend in the form of new character of Lindsey Strauss (played by Michaela McManus), who is his book publisher. Meanwhile, Nathan and Haley are now raising their son (played by Jackson Brundage) in Tree Hill Jamie, but had difficulties because of an accident that left Nathan almost paralyzed and unable to play basketball. This led to sink into depression and alcoholism Nathan, and introduces many problems for the family. Brooke is the only player who probably came from the fourth season with more luck, now owns a clothing line and clothing store famous. The fifthseasonis still ongoing and has recently been affected by the writers strike in Hollywood, but he argued that the show will reach its final season as scheduled in May 19.2008. A sixth season is also in the works as well.