It looks like you’re new to The Rawtarian Community. If you’d like to get involved, click one of these buttons! When people find out that you’re a vegetarian or a vegan or raw vegan, the subject of protein is always a huge concern to friends and family. I bet every raw vegan has been asked the question, “But where you get your protein from? Why is it such a big deal to have enough protein, anyway? What makes it so special? And what are the best and most common sources of protein for raw fooders? Lemme tell ya!
When Davy and I were raw vegans years ago, pretty much all of our family and friends asked the typical question — where do you get your protein. You can, indeed, get sufficient protein quite easily from even the most strict raw vegan diet. However, protein insufficiency may be a problem. Read on to find out why. For men, use this formula: pounds for 60 inches of height 5 feet and add 6 pounds for every inch over For women, use this formula: pounds for 60 inches of height and add 5 pounds for every inch over Using the minimum recommended daily allowance RDA of.
Note: Affiliate links may be used in this post. I may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you if you make a purchase through my affiliate link. But where do raw vegans get protein? Stop eating meat and dairy — cue the whole world and his dog worrying about your health. Eat junk all day every day? No-one bats an eyelid! Luckily, vegans are slowly managing to fight the stereotype of being nothing more than meagre, frail beings who nibble on corn throughout the day, practising yoga at any given opportunity and preaching to the world about saving the planet, man. But raw vegan? How do we not die?