Thursday, March 29, 2012

Why pretend things are meaty when they're clearly not? Junky vegans versus Healthy vegans

Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein (HVP) is created by a series of chemical processes that utilizes sulfuric acid and caustic soda (an alkaliing agent often used to make soap). The resulting brown sludge is dried, and additional MSG (Monosodium Glutamate) may be added. This compound contains powerful brain cell toxins and several known carinogens. HVP possibly poses an even greater danger to human health than a MSG itself.
Regarding dairy products, the same idea of processed cheeses, fake soy and almond cheeses, fake white/yellow products, consistency and shiny like plastic are unhealthy, read the ingredients, full of unnecessary thickeners, conditioners, salt, etc.
Most of the "mimic meat" is the result of this process, HVP. Now there is a clear distinction between Junky Vegans and Healthy Vegans, let's see the difference:

JUNKY VEGAS could be overweight, inactive and unhealthy
For complete protein they may use the unhealthy products such as the "mimic" or FAKE MEAT, fake chicken, fake hotdogs, fake ground beef, etc. made of Hydrolyzed/isolated soy proteing, processed soybeans to give the consistency of fake meat. Refined grains (WHITE bread, WHITE grains, WHITE rice, WHITE  flour, WHITE sugar)                                                
They use carcinogens chemicals in the process of making these solid edible things as indicated above.

HEALTHY VEGANS for most part are not overweight, slim, active and healthy
They use healthy recipes to create substitutes based on Plant-Based products. They use real vegetable protein such as beans and all the pulses, legumes and whole grains
WHOLE grains (BROWNrice, rye, barley, sprouted grains, quinoa, wild rice, kamut, spelt, buckwheat, amaranth, millet, cañahua, etc.)

NATURAL ORGANIC LEGUMES, GRAINS, VEGETABLES and FRUITS that grow on fresh good organic fertil soil, pulled from the plant, simple, natural not processed are much healthier, less expensive and truly healthy.


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