You've seen these little wheatgrass stands. Usually there is a blender, an overly-energized server in an apron, and a decorative little plot of earth with bright green grass growing straight up out of it with therectitude of a marine drill sergeant's crew cut.
Does a cow get its protein by eating beef? That would make it a fairly unpopular cow out there in the pasture. The subject of complete plant proteins spans an array of topics -- from dinosaurs to dandelions to neolithic foot fatigue. Oh, and plants DO contain complete proteins. They're alive, aren't they?
The free radical—starved of a single electron—goes roaming around your interior like a staggering ghoul until it finds an unsuspecting, ordinary molecule walking innocently by. What does this free radical molecular jerk do next? It steals an electron from that poor guy. A systemwide replay of this thievery becomes cellular oxidative stress, triggering a cascading host of serious illnesses. How do we stop this madness? How??! Not to sound too panicky.
The male prostate gland, after a certain age, seems to become vulnerable to attack. It shouldn't surprise us that this trouble is mitigated by the plant kingdom's 500 million years worth of phytochemical evolution. Earth's healing flora continue to pay it forward.