Where Do I Get Protein From on a Raw Foods Diet? – Dr. Doug Graham


Dr. Doug Graham speaks on September 28th, 2008 in New York City.

What do you get with The 80/10/10 Diet?

-peak performance for any athlete
-perfect weight no matter what your body type
– off-the-charts wellness
-success with a low-fat vegan raw food diet
-simplicity in your lifestyle
-a healthy relationship with your food
-and enviable vitality

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18 replies
  1. Tike_Myson
    Tike_Myson says:

    all the 80/10/10 "celebrities" on youtube: dr. grahm, freelee the banana girl, her boyfriend, and so on and so on and so on – they all have the same body type  – they are all super skinny, far from being muscular, and in general doesn't seem healthy at all. they all prove the opposite that they're trying to convince the public – that this diet doesn't get the body the amount of protein it needs

  2. Daniel Škubal
    Daniel Škubal says:

    “How do you get your protein?” 🙂 This is the most common and funniest question, because my answer is always “The protein is everywhere!” With more knowledge in regards of raw food more I know how easy is to get proper nutrients (I can get very easily 115g of protein (even more If I would like to), 4000 kcal in one day – as I do in heavy trainings days) and protein intake especially when you train or do some kind of sport  If you are still not sure where to get enough calories or protein, check out this recipe which will help you fight with that ! http://www.rawmanrawoman.com/04-high-protein-raw-meal-of-the-week–broccoli.html

  3. UnderlyingStrength
    UnderlyingStrength says:

    I'm sorry: but no. Glucose (Sugar) is not a complex carb, nor is it only found in animals (hence my ability to consume it through many non-animal sources). The body does not transform protein cells into carbohydrate cells, anyone with a basic understanding of physiology or chemistry understands this. Yes, carbs are used IN PART to fuel muscle cells (along with ATP and sodium) and glycogen stores must be replenished for that muscle to be made stronger, but this man is ignoring the fact that the actual protein cells of a muscle need restoration through amino acids. I stopped watching after that.

  4. Misko Keto
    Misko Keto says:

    "We don't wanna think, "Hey! I'm just eating more fat!""
    Uhm, yes I do. Fat's been my main source of fuel for months now and I feel better and stronger than I ever did. I eat as little carb – and especially grains – as possible…although I do like the occasional bananas and especially them sweet potatoes. But, I must say I feel at my best when I stick to animal fat, meats, eggs, a little veggies, etc.; wild or grassfed as much as possible. And yeah, agribusiness and factory-farms are horrifying. 

  5. GreenTreeNymph
    GreenTreeNymph says:

    Soooo, TheRedSunStar, I guess I (and all vegans) shouldn't exist, but we do. You can pretend to not see the evidence, but the truth stands…embodied in people like myself who don't just talk, like you do. WE are living proof of it, but if you want to pretend we don't exist, that sounds like a personal problem you need to overcome.

  6. TheRedSunStar
    TheRedSunStar says:

    Seriously dude go back to school and get some real scientific facts. Anyone who references the china study is either a complete uneducated moron or just to ignorant to know any better. The fact you use a study that has been discredited to back up your claims only shows how unintelligent you are as a person foodrenegadecomthe-china-study-discredited

    , didn't mean to respond 2 years later but Im cleaning up accounts SO hello? and goodbye anyone reading this guy is dumb don't listen to him

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