Not only are those mushrooms popping out of the dank forest floor more animal than plant— you and they have the same Grandpappy. Or...make that Great Grandpappy, I guess. Is it any wonder, then, that certain mushrooms act with such catalytic fervor on our earnest animal bodies?
To nourish your hair, foods that contain robust quantities of protein, iron, and an array of vitamins are intuitive good choices. For the conscious plant-eaters among us—those seeking internal hair repair courtesy of the depthless plant kingdom, the list is interestingly varied—and rich with possibility.
Think of slaking a great thirst by pouring a tall glass of spring water onto a sponge, and then gnawing the sponge to get the water back out of it. That is the animal agriculture model. Europe has no choice but to innovate another way. Protein will not be an issue.
You try evolving in the mountains of Siberia for several million years and not developing adaptogenic mechanisms for maximizing survivability. Rhodiola did the hard adaptive work so we could bottle it and thrive. Fair? Yep.
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?