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Raw, certified organic milk is an excellent protein as well. As  Gaia’s Protocol opposed to pasteurized milk, raw milk still has all it's enzymes for optimum digestions and assimilation. Dr. Paavo Airola recommends: "Don't drink your milk - instead eat it in sourced or fermented form (yogurt, kefir and natural cheeses), because milk sugar (lactose) is partially turned into lactic acid which promotes easier digestion." Cows milk, whether raw or pasteurized, is a major source of allergies, mucous, antibiotics and progesterone.

Eaten in moderation, cheese is a good protein food. It should be natural and unprocessed and not colored with orange dye. Some very good choices are Dutch Edam and Gouda, German Farmers and Quark, Swiss Emmenthal and Gruyere, Greek Feta, and French Brie and Camembert.The majority of our protein intake should come from plants. Most North Americans only get 1/3 of their protein from plant sources whereas we should be getting 2/3 of our necessary protein from plants.

There are 22 amino acids that make up protein. The live produces 14 of the 22. We must get the other 8 from our food. These 8 proteins not produced by the body, but required from our food, are called "essential amino acids" because the body cannot produce them and they are necessary for our survival. A "complete protein" means that all 8 essential amino acids are present in sufficient quantities to be used as building blocks by the body. Meat, fish, cheese, eggs and milk are called "complete proteins" because they contain all 8 essential amino acids.

  Tuesday, May 18, 2021 at 7:32:50 AM

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