I have three questions for you, and if you have already addressed those concerns elsewhere, please do not trouble yourself, just direct me to those locations.
- For whole food plant base nutrition, I am using the weight base formula to calculate my protein intake which I am able to meet daily; however, judging by the Cronometer percentage bar, my essential amino acids are seriously lacking ......reason for concern? Is the complimentary food intake theory for complete amino acid ingestion still in vogue , for instance, beans complemented with rice.......and so on?
I use Whole food intake first, supplement secondary, if absolutely needed. The supplement industry is DANGEROUS AND UNRELIABLE ( heavy metal contamination, adulterated and sub-therapeutic labeling........
How to increase your fat intake on a whole plant food regimen in order to enhance Vit D, curcumin/turmeric, CoQ10 bioavailability ( no coconut oil/ MCT please!), Are there any published ratios to increase those nutrients/supplement to accommodate for this low fat intake, for instance, increase by 20% over the daily recommendation? Would avocado consumption work ? If so, how much?
Finally, any solid and reliable resources for nutritional biochemistry that you are able to recommend?
Your several input here in Cronometer are solid and invaluable, I always benefit from them, keep up the good work!