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Strength Training – Are Fruit & Vegetables Suitable For Muscle Growth

by Adrianne Purnell
(San Antonio, Texas, USA)

There are many of us who feel as if the only way to get big and strong naturally is to eat massive amounts of protein. Many of us might eat as much as 50 g or more of protein in a single sitting, either doing so by eating large amounts of beef and chicken or by drinking protein shakes regularly.

As a matter of fact, we may have given ourselves over to the notion that we must be forcing these things into our body, even whenever our body is telling us to stop. It makes you wonder if there is a better way to gain muscle than this.

What an increasing number of people are discovering is the fact that it is not necessary for you to eat this much protein in order to get big and strong naturally.

As a matter of fact, those who’ve gone over to the other side have even begun to notice that they are getting larger and stronger as a result of eating less of this type of protein.

I’m not saying that the body does not need protein at all, it is one of the essential things that keeps us going. What I am saying, however, is that there are better ways for you to get this protein other than through a slice of chicken or an unnatural protein shake.

In reality, protein is not something that our bodies can assimilate and it needs to be broken down into amino acids in order to be absorbed by the body and used for muscle growth. Much of the protein that we also eat is dead protein because it is been overcooked or processed.

If you really want to give your body what it needs in order to grow strong, you need to be providing it with these amino acids, the basic building blocks of life. You can do this through eating a variety of fruits and vegetables, some of which are quite high in the protein that you need.

One of my favorite ways to get the protein and amino acids that my body needs in order to grow strong is by sprouting. I regularly eat sprouts that have just begun to grow a tail, before they turn green.

Quinoa sprouts are some of my favorites, both because of the massive amounts of proteins that it contains and because it only takes a few hours to sprout.

Try it for yourself for a couple of weeks, you will be convinced of the positive effects.

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Updated: March 28, 2013 — 10:14 am

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