Amino acids are an assembled group of elements: Hydrogen (H), Oxygen (O), Carbon (C) and Nitrogen (N) and sometimes Sulfur (S). ( Note: amino acids cannot be the basic building blocks of cells because amino acids are composed of other, more basic building blocks.)
According to Medlineplus.gov, here's a list of amino acids needed by human cells. I have added chemical formula components.
Essential Amino Acids That Supposedly Cannot Be Made By Human Cells Histidine – C6 H9 N3 O2
Isoleucine – C6 H13 NO2
Leucine – C6 H13 NO2
Lysine - C6 H14 N2 O2
Methionine - C5 H11 NO2 S
Phenylalanine - C9 H11 NO2
Threonine - C4 H9 NO3
Tryptophan - C11 H12 N2 O2
Valine - C5 H11 NO2 Nonessential Amino Acids Which Is A Poor Choice Of Words Because Even Though Human Cells Produce These Amino Acids, They Are Still Essential Alanine - C3 H7 NO2
Asparagine - C4 H8 N2 O3
Aspartic Acid - C4 H7 NO4
Glutamic Acid - C5 H9 NO4 Conditional Amino Acids Are Supposedly Sometimes Essential Because They Are Only Needed When Sick Or Stressed. They Supposedly Cannot Be Made By Human Cells Even Though Defense Against Sickness & Stress Must Always Be At The Ready And Even Though Cells Frequently Encounter Pathogens & Other Multiple Forms Of Stressors Arginine - C6 H14 N4 O2
Cysteine - C3 H7 NO2 S
Glutamine- C5 H10 N2 O3
Tyrosine - C9 H11 NO3
Glycine - C2 H5 NO2
Ornithine - C5 H12 N2 O2
Proline - C5 H9 NO2
Serine - C3 H7 NO3
Plants Contain All Of the Above 5 ElementsCarbon, Hydrogen, Nitrogen, Oxygen and Sulfur are found in plants. This is demonstrated in table format in Simple Nutrition | Natural Sources of Nutrients, Food Fight #59 Does it really make sense that human cells, even though they have all the elements to make amino acids, still can't. Many European scientists still say it's because of mutation and/or an evolutionary shift. OK, whatever. Proteins are one of the main items cells use. You'd think the viability of a cell would not exist if it could not make its own proteins or amino acids out of the raw materials of elements. Cells can do thousands of things and yet not make the very items it needs the most because some scientists say DNA does not contain the recipe for those amino acids. That makes zero sense except as a warm up to the truth. If logic tells you, you need the protein from other animals to build your human animal muscle, then the same logic should also tell you that you also need other nutrients from animals, in addition to protein.
Truth is, we do need the same things as other animals. We need the basic building blocks called elements and atoms. As stated in previous messages, most of the animals that humans eat, eat plants. That's how they build their muscles.
Yet humans think humans have to eat muscle (meat protein) to build muscle. That makes zero sense. When humans eat animal protein, it is broken down into amino acids before it enters the bloodstream and before it reaches the inside of cells. Cells then use the amino acid as is, builds a protein with it or breaks it down further.
When humans eat plant protein, the same thing happens.
Therefore, by the time both plant protein and animal protein makes it inside cells, you can't tell them apart because they are broken down into the same basic parts.
The Quick Fix Has Not Fixed LogicIf your subconscious logic is telling you, you can eat animal protein as an easier way to get all the protein your body needs, you are mistaken.
Your responsibility is to eat alive food. Alive means the food has been purely grown and is taken inside the body as soon as possible after harvesting with the minimal amount of processing. The amount of nutrients and medicine available to our cells is substantially increased when we eat alive food. For instance, a whole jar of homemade, homegrown apple butter is of lesser nutrient and healing value than fewer apples eaten straight off the tree. You will get more elements, amino acids, proteins and fiber and more.
Beating This Message Against Cell Walls In The BrainTo say a person needs to eat protein in order to have protein to build muscle is like saying a builder needs to start out with a assembled wall before they can build a house. Many cells in the body are not muscle cells but they still need protein. Do they need animal protein?
In order for those other cells to function properly do we need to eat the parts of animals that contain those cells? It is a faulty logic to say, human animals need to eat animal muscle in order to build human muscle.
It is accurate to say, human animals need protein, therefore humans must eat the things that contain the basic building blocks of proteins – elements, not amino acids
This then brings us to the need to understand the Primordials that existed in Preexistence – the same place from whence we were created.
The Constant Lie Plainly Exposed AgainThe constant lie about humans NEEDING to eat animal protein has been mentioned on this blog about 4 or 5 times.
Even so, the beneficiaries of the lie have not stopped. The medical industry, the meat industry, the industry that sells anything based on its protein content and governments who control you through your logic that they gave you for safekeeping.
Be sure to understand that no one needs to focus on eating protein from animals or from plants.
Eat plant food that is alive and do all the other things that are nutritious to health and that's all there is to it.
”For over twenty years now, [European] scientists have [finally] proven that every cell in our body can produce any enzyme, hormone or protein it needs.”(From “African Health History | Rebalancing By Remembering Nutrition”) The second lie: Animal protein is superior to plant protein.
The opposite is true. Plants sustain life on Earth. Plants get their energy from the life-giving Sun. Plants combine that energy with life-giving Water, life-giving Air and life-giving Earth. Plants produce food based on the fundamental Primordials. Plants are closer to the origin of life than animals.