How to Get Protein on a Plant-Based Vegan Diet | Dr. Michael Greger of

Protein can be a great concern when considering a vegan diet: where do you get it? How much is enough? This video is the first in a series addressing the most common nutritional concerns for a vegan diet. I’m honored to be joined by Michael Greger, M.D. of to demystify vegan protein sources.

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