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Thriving On A MACROVegan Diet

Thriving On A MACROVegan  Diet

When we reflect deeply on our relationship with the outer world, our environment, we realise that we are never independent of its influences. Our vision with MACROVegan is to continue to share our passion for a vegan world. Our Human Ecology Diet is abundant in every vitamin and mineral required for good health, vitality and longevity.

Utilising intentional living by embracing a MACROVegan way of life. We have no need for any animal flesh or dairy food to live a full long life with vibrant health. We receive all the nutrients we need from a wholefood plant based diet.

How to Rethink Protein Once and For All 

When you think of the biggest animals on the planet, elephants, giraffes, buffalo, these huge mammals, they don’t eat meat, so where do they get their protein? They eat what grows out of the ground and that is where they get their protein; it’s as simple as that. There are many foods in the plant kingdom that are especially rich in protein. All the legume family, anything that is grown in a pod, lentils, beans, chickpeas, wholegrains are full of protein, and lots of vegetables are rich in protein.

Protein is in everything: Vegan athletes are renowned for their athletic excellence.
If you are getting enough calories based on wholefoods, I am not talking about processed sugary foods, I am talking about wholefoods as they grow out of the ground – if you eat this way, wholegrains, beans, legumes, vegetables, seeds, nuts, fruits, you will obtain your requirement of protein easily and in a healthful way because the protein is in the bean, in the lentil, in the wholegrain.

Protein deficiency is not an issue on a vegan diet, people simply use this as an excuse if they are not doing well…. I hear it so often……I am not getting enough protein.  That’s not the problem, there are plenty of amino acids, plenty of protein on a plant based diet. In fact, the health crisis exists because people are eating way too much protein, which in fact injure your arteries, injure your kidneys as it leaches calcium out of your bones.

Eating a plant based or vegan diet does not mean living on processed foods, sweets or soft drinks. You must eat FOOD AS GROWN to receive the adequate protein you need daily. Corn on the cob is one thing, corn chips are different, potatoes are a wholefood, and potato crisps are not. In our decades of health counselling, we have yet to meet someone with a protein deficiency Only those starving to death are deficient in protein. If you are going to be adopting a wholefoods plant based diet, there are some things you must do properly.  It’s not just a matter of eating snack foods or processed fake ‘meats’ and burgers, and think you are going to be healthy.

Another myth is that B12 is not vegan. Vitamin B12 is made by micro-organisms, and isn't produced by plants. Fortified foods and supplements are the only proven reliable sources for vegans: Fortified foods: Vitamin B12 is added to some alternatives to milk products, vegan spreads, nutritional yeast flakes, yeast extracts and breakfast cereals.  
Please follow our MACROVegan dietary guidelines here:

Nutrient Sources in Whole Foods:

Complex Carbohydrates
Whole Grains, Beans, Vegetables, Fruits
Beans, Seeds, Nuts, Whole Grains, Seaweeds
Seeds, Nuts, Oils, Beans, Tofu, Tempeh, Oats
Dark Greens (Kale, Collards, etc.), Soybeans, Seaweeds, Seeds
Dark Greens, Seaweeds, Millet, Lentils, Garbanzo Beans, Seeds
Vitamin A
Dark Leafy Greens, Carrots, Squashes, Seaweeds
B Vitamins
Whole Grains, Sea Vegetables, Lentils, Fermented Foods
Vitamin B12
Fortified Foods, Nutritional Yeast etc., B12 supplementation
Vitamin C
Dark Greens (Kale, Parsley, Broccoli, etc.), Local Fruits
Vitamin E
Whole Grains, Unrefined Oils, Seeds, Leafy Greens
Trace Minerals
Sea Salt, Seaweeds, Organic Produce
In good health