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... most hummus also has tahini in it, which has both good fats and calcium from the sesame seeds it is made of. ... (14 replies)
... I think I will start small, maybe some vegan "meat". Does hummus have any protein in it? ... (14 replies)
... hey mandabear, yep, i'm a vegan. in addition to the veggies and fruits, i incorporate these things into my meals often for good fats and protein: beans, lentils, nuts and nut butters, seeds and seed butters (like sunflowerseed butter or tahini),soy "meats", tofu, tempeh, seitan (wheat gluten), hummus, and nutritional yeast, and whole grains i.e. spelt, rye, kamut, etc... (14 replies)

... Just because modern agriculture only developed new methods of producing our food, doesn't mean that it wasn't meant for us to eat it. Yeah, from the VERY beginning, all that there was to eat was plants and animal flesh. But what about new discoveries??? What about all of the NEW modern effective discoveries about alternative medicines, herbs, etc. That wasn't taking place... (42 replies)
... Plus other benefits like lower blood pressure. ... (42 replies)
... Legumes are well known to cause digestive problems unless properly prepared and even then there are the distress of gas and a growling belly. The phytates in legumes can cause poor absorbtion of minerals. Protease inhibitors can damage the pancreas, haemagglutins can produce various problems and Lathyrogens in Chickpeas can be responsible for Spastic paralysis of the legs,... (42 replies)
... It just seems like we must have evolved to be able to eat them and other legumes considering how heart healthy they are and the other benefits they provide. ... (42 replies)
... I just ate a big salad with turkey, tomatoes, olives, cucumbers, pepperoncinis, feta, hummus, and light dressing. I probably ate about half of a container of the hummus, and afterwards I looked at the nutritional information and was astonished. 7 servings in one small tub! And 60 calories per serving! That means that I ate about 200 calories worth of hummus (maybe more). ... (42 replies)
... I have been researching the "perfect" diet for about 4 hours now and I was researching the benefits of BCAA (Branched chain amino acids), so if I am not mistaken, these BCAA's are protiens that do not process through the liver, they go directly to your brain/muscles. My question is, did I read that correctly? Second, does anyone know of any BCAA's besides legumes, or are... (8 replies)




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