Healthy Protein Creates
a Healthy Human

Healthy protein is needed to create the necessary proteins for a healthy human being directed by the genetic code. 

Did you know there is actual research that points to the human body having a genetic "God Code"?

The following was taken from research based on The Keys of Enoch.

"It has taken several decades of research to come to grips with the vastness of the coding mechanisms of human DNA. 

Researchers with The Academy for Future Science in the early 1970s affirmed the reality of an actual "code" on the level of our genetic make-up that co-evolves life according to a higher evolutionary plan."

It has been estimated that the human genetic code has the ability to generate 100,000 to a million different types of proteins.

Did you know proteins are made up of smaller units called amino acids?  

And that there are over 20 different amino acids in the human body?

Technically, there are only 9 essential amino acids, but you'll need the rest of the amino acids to make the different combinations that will go into making a lot of important proteins.

Functional Proteins and Protein Folding

In order to build a protein, amino acids will connect into chains that can then fold into different shapes like spirals to structure the shape of a protein.

The sequence of the amino acids also determines each protein's unique 3 dimensional structure and specific job.

Because protein doesn't really get stored in the body, your body can take apart the amino acid building blocks found in an existing protein and re-use them to make new proteins.

Your body makes new proteins in your body every day from the break down of proteins.

However, you will still need an adequate amount of amino acids from your diet.  It's important to consume adequate amounts of healthy protein! 

Or the amino acids required to build new proteins will be obtained by increasing the protein destruction from tissues in your body like your muscles.

Amino Acid Chains
Make Healthy Protein

Amino acid chains are the actual building blocks for every protein in your body which are composed of various combinations of the amino acids.

These amino acid chains will be combined in an unlimited number of configurations to construct the required proteins for your body. 

You need amino acids to create your hormones, hemoglobin, antibodies, bones, hair, nails, enzymes, collagen, muscles, serotonin, dopamine, DNA, and RNA.

Adequate amounts of amino acids will be very important for the development of a fetus.  Years ago, I had suffered from a miscarriage when I was on a vegan diet that lacked sufficient amounts of amino acids.

Amino acid chains create the proteins that transport and store nutrients in your body!

Did you know that protein is necessary to maintain proper fluid and pH balance? 

And that protein can act as an energy source if needed?

Be aware that food that contains amino acids are not all created equal and can vary in a number of ways such as in digestibility, bio-availability, and amino acid content.

Consume Healthy Protein

Healthy protein should be a complete protein that contains bio-available amino acids.  And it would be much more effective if it contained enzymes to help with digestion along with probiotics. 

Healthy protein should also contain vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants like glutathione.

Bottom Line:  In order to build the strongest protein chains there must be enough healthy protein in your diet that is digestible which can give you the amino acids that will sustain your life.

Do You Want to be Part
of the Vegan Experiment?

Some people are claiming that humans do not need to eat any type of animal foods which contain healthy proteins. 

And they are putting this theory to the test by just eating vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds, grains, and legumes like soy. 

This of course, will throw your hormones into a state of disarray - eventually. 

By the way eating a lot of plant proteins and carbohydrates will create protein imbalances in your body over the long run.   

And the human body wasn't designed to consume high amounts of sugar! 

Especially not from fructose which is the sugar found abundantly in fruit.

Although, there is a decent amount of amino acids found in fruit like avocados, kiwi, bananas, strawberry, and in melons that apparently gets digested pretty easily when eaten raw. 

Please be aware that fruit is not a complete protein and will not supply enough of the essential or non-essential amino acids to create a million different proteins!

Healthy protein that's found in "raw" animal foods and in seafood will supply 20 or more bio-available amino acids plus other nutrients. 

This type of healthy protein will help to keep your hormones, enzymes, neurotransmitters, and hemoglobin functioning properly. 

However, I've seen some vegans get away with quite a lot!  This just shows you the power of eating raw amino acids, fanatical exercising, and "Will Power." 

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