>falling for the meat meme
>what is Quinoa?
>what are complete protiens
>what is b12 supplement
actually b12 is supplemented to animals. reason being is that modern farming fucks the ground so the plants are not a good source for b12 animore.
of course, the plants are therefore not a good source of b12 for i.e. cows either, so it needs to be supplemented.
it is in nazi though.
Personally i feel meat should be somthing eated 5-10 times a year as a celebratory meal prepared by a family. This reflects how we use to eat mean, as it was not something we would eat on the daily like we do now.
>mfw slaughtered 16 quail, 2 ducks and 3 roosters then served them at News Years lunch
Can you survive and thrive off of just quinoa, carrots, and some cabbage?
Quinoa looks like it covers fats, protein, and carbs all in one. All you would need to do is get some of the micros that you do not get from the quinoa from cabbage and carrots (also carotene from carrots for that natural tan).
>want to go vegan
>can't find a way to get sufficient protein without either a supplement or way too much fiber
I'd love to save tons of money and bulk on beans/lentils, but apparently too much fiber can have some very negative side effects.
Sounds expensive. Hit me up when you got a vegan protein source that beats the 44g/dollar I get with frozen chicken breast (aside from beans and lentils that can lower nutrient absorption and cause intestinal blockage)
The only sources I can find right now are generic fitness websites with articles about "top 5 pros and cons of fiber" and "the TRUTH about fiber" so maybe its just a nonsense myth.
Here's a source that seems legit; apparently in people with some obstructions in their bowels, high fiber diets can lead to blockage.
>our ancestors ate 100+ grams of fiber a day
Our ancestors also died in their 30's. No I'm not suggesting that its because of fiber, but suggesting that something involving health is good because our ancestors took part in it doesn't really make sense.
>Our ancestors also died in their 30's
Actually they didn't. Half of them died before they turned 3, the other half lived to be 60 or so.
Which averages out to a life expectancy in the 30's.
Quinoa is a god tier carb but it's not worth the price. You'd get the same macros and a lot of the same micros with brown rice and some legume. In both cases you should be eating them with a good source of complete protein anyways, so it's complete profile doesn't really make a difference