#Repost @domzthompson By far "But where do you get your protein from?" is the most frequent question I have received throughout my years as a vegan. . So, where do I and millions of other vegans worldwide get their protein from? For those who still think consuming meat is necessary for sufficient protein intake, I think you should first ask yourself this simple question: Where did the dead animal you consume get their protein from? Think about it. Seriously, challenge yourself and think critical about this answer and what Dr. Milton Mills stated in the above clip, "Any protein you get from an animal is simply recycled protein." . Plants have all the protein you need to thrive on. I personally consume anywhere between 50-100 grams of protein per day. There are days I sometimes consume less than 50! As you can see I am big, strong and perform well physically on a plant-based diet. Animal flesh is simply not a healthy, sustainable diet for any human being, but a plant-based diet is the healthiest diet one can adopt for optimum health. . In fact, a diet rich in fruits and veggies can help improve your overall health and in some cases, prevent or reverse diseases and symptoms such as diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, heart disease and more. As noted in the new @wthfilm, the very animals we are killing, are killing us and the planet. This statement is true. There is nothing biased about it. The good news is we can change this and, in doing so, improve not only our own health and well being, but also improve the environment and reduce and hopefully one day eliminate the unnecessary killing of billions and billions of farmed animals slaughtered annually for human consumption. . As a business professional working in the healthcare industry, I can assure you what was discussed in this film is both deeply troubling and true. Download it today at whatthehealthfilm.com. It will challenge everything you thought you new about healthcare and the food industries. After you have viewed this film, become active and spread the word about the critical information you learned. I care and this is why I am sharing what I know with you all.