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Meat vs Vegeprotein.
I had been a vegetarian for years before finally visiting India, the land of the vegetarians. I was shocked to see a thin hollow vacant-eyed folk, except for the obvious upper classes who were fat. I travelled from the Himalayas all the way down to the south. The only slightly healthier Indians were those in areas where milk was available.
Then I arrived in Goa! It is a state where the Indians are Christians and eat primarily hogs and fish. Using the outdoor toilets, I was surprised to discover that these were open on the bottom! With every plop of poop, I would hear boars grunting and eating up my sausage as it dropped.
The look of the Goans was astounding: muscular, not skinny, and with glowing faces. That vacant-eyed look was non-existant in Goa.
It took some time ruminating to put 2 & 2 together: perhaps it was their diet? Meanwhile, I had developed a thin build but with hollow cheeks, similar to the vege Indians.
Now I have added fish to my diet, but too late to correct my hollow cheeks. Can anyone recommend a good cosmetic proceedure for my cheeks?
One of the many reasons I recommend that people get their protein from meat, seafood, or eggs, as opposed to whey protein supplements, is that I consider these foods to have a superior nutrient profile. Protein-rich whole foods have a lower protein density than whey protein powders, but contrary to what some people think, this is probably a good thing, at least from a health standpoint (As pointed out throughout this article). Moreover, if you eat fish, grass-fed meat, and eggs, you’re getting important nutrient (., essential fatty acids) that you don’t get from whey protein supplements.