Why do plants need a plant-based diet?
Posted January 14, 2018 06:13:56 It might seem strange, but some plant-eating animals (such as chickens) are able to thrive on a plant based diet.
In fact, many animals that rely on the plant-like components in a plant’s diet have adapted to the taste and smell of the plant.
The reason that the animals can thrive on such a diet is due to their ability to process a carbohydrate-rich diet that they digest easily and quickly.
While some animals can digest the plant food in the digestive tract and metabolize the carbohydrates into energy, most animals can’t.
“A large number of animals are not able to digest the carbohydrate-containing plant food because of the way they are metabolized,” says Dr. John G. Pecoraro, a professor in the Department of Plant Science at Oregon State University.
This makes them unable to grow, reproduce, or even tolerate the harsh conditions in which they are found.
So why do animals that can digest plant-foods have adapted?
“It is because the body is able to process the carbohydrates more rapidly and to do so in a way that does not require energy,” explains Dr. Peth, who is also a professor of veterinary science at the University of Colorado Boulder.
Pecorado says that this is why, when a plant food is fed to an animal, the body responds to the animal’s response to the food by increasing the rate at which it metabolizes the plant protein.
If the animal consumes a plant protein-rich food that is high in carbohydrates, the animal is able, through this mechanism, to process it more quickly.
This in turn will increase the amount of energy that it can generate, which in turn increases its growth rate.
And when a protein-based food is given to an animals, it also allows the animal to respond to the animals energy production by increasing their metabolism.
What is the role of plants in our diet?
There are several plants that we eat that are high in plant-protein-rich foods that we can consume and use in our daily lives.
Some of these plants include: peas, peas, barley, corn, lentils, beans, lentil, eggplant, potatoes, and spinach.
These plants are great sources of plant protein, vitamins, minerals, and other essential nutrients for the body.
As with many other plants, however, they also contain a number of other compounds that have been shown to promote certain health conditions.
One of these compounds, known as chondroitin sulfate, is a powerful antioxidant that helps to protect the body against free radical damage and cancer.
Another compound, which is often used in conjunction with vitamin E, is also known to help prevent free radicals from damaging cells and tissues.
A third compound, a compound called sulforaphane, is used to help control the formation of cholesterol.
Finally, there are several compounds known as flavonoids, which have been linked to a wide range of health conditions, including diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, obesity, and a host of other conditions.
These plant-derived nutrients are also good sources of fiber and other nutrients that have also been linked with a wide variety of health problems.
Dr. Pechoraro says that many animal-based plant foods are not particularly high in fiber, which means that animal-derived foods are also not high in calories.
But that doesn’t mean that animal based plant foods don’t provide a wide array of other nutrients.
For example, a variety of plant-feeding animals, such as pigs and sheep, are very high in vitamins A, C, D, E, and K. According to Dr. Giorgio Peri, director of the Centre for Plant Foods and Nutrition at the Centre For Food Research at the Australian National University, the presence of certain types of plant proteins and other plant-related compounds can help the body to produce these nutrients.
These types of nutrients are important for maintaining a healthy digestive system, as well as being able to support cells in the body that are otherwise damaged by free radicals.
Dr. Peri says that a wide spectrum of animal-free plant foods can be very helpful to animals that are living in harsh conditions.
“For example a vegetarian animal, or an animal that is eating a plant that is a low-calorie, high-protein animal-fed diet can get the nutrients they need to function well in their environment,” he says.
However, there is also some concern that animal agriculture, particularly the farming of meat, is damaging to the environment.
Peri says it is important to remember that not all plants are created equal.
“It is important for the animal-eating public to understand that the foods that animals consume are not necessarily the same as those that we produce, and that we should also be