The Key to Fitness is Discipline! > "What if I'm a Vegetarian?"


13 Sep 2007

    For years, researchers concluded that vegetarians could easily become protein deficient unless each meal provided a balance of amino acids. Current studies continue to indicate that the body must receive sufficient amounts of the essential amino acids in order to sustain life.

    It is now known that protein requirements in vegetarian diets can safely be obtained through a combination of complimentary plan proteins that work synergistically to produce the necessary amino acid balance.

    There is much confusion and discussion throughout the research world about supplements of protein and amino acids.

    The final judge, however, is you. When you gain the results you wish from a protein or amino acid supplement-- no amount of authoritative research writing is going to change your mind.

 

Daryl Conant