I think not!
This excerpt was taken from the website LIFESTRONG.COM. It is only one of hundreds that say the same thing. Eating a plant-based diet is rich in proteins.
Vegetarians rarely develop protein deficiency. Protein is in nearly every food, although sometimes in small amounts. As long as you're consuming enough calories each day, you're getting enough protein, the University of Georgia Health Services states. Typical vegetarian diets, including vegan diets, appear to meet and even exceed daily protein requirements, according to the American Dietetic Association's 2009 position paper. Concentrating on getting enough healthful and reasonably high-protein foods, such as whole grains, beans, nuts and seeds, will add up to a healthy amount of protein for vegetarians.
Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/419421-vegetarian-protein-myths/#ixzz1g2C8Rtsw
There is a danger of eating too much protein, especially from meat and eggs. The body can only utilize a small portion. We have been fed lies all of our lives from the meat packers and milk producers in order to make their wallets, and us fatter.
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