It is often said that Westerners are a species that are always looking for more of what they can get.
The food we eat is the food of the future, and Westerners, as a species, are hungry for new sources of protein.
And yet, for the past two decades, Westerners have been a major consumer of new plant-based proteins.
Westerners are not alone in this.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), more than two thirds of the world is currently experiencing some form of malnutrition.
And while the majority of these people are suffering from some form, the situation for the developing world is even more dire.
With a growing number of emerging economies, the World Food Program (WFP) has found that about 30% of people in these countries are currently living under extreme poverty, meaning they are living on less than $1.25 a day.
Many of these countries also have severe food insecurity, with a 2015 UN report showing that just 1.4 million people in the world have access to food, and only 0.5% of those are in need of urgent humanitarian assistance.
In addition, many developing countries have a high degree of deforestation, which can result in the loss of valuable biodiversity and habitats, such as the forests that sustain the economies of these nations.
If we are to meet the demands of the next billion, we need to focus on plant-derived protein sources that are nutritious and high in nutrients.
The Western Food List is a list of Western foods that contain plant-protein, such that they are high in protein and low in fat, carbohydrate and sodium.
These Western foods are called Western protein sources, as they are often made from plants, fruits, nuts and seeds.
Some Western proteins are not available in other Western foods.
For example, chicken, egg, beef and pork are all considered to be meat-free, but chicken is often eaten in Western countries as a dish.
Other Western protein products are considered non-nutritive, meaning that they can be eaten by anyone, even those with a chronic disease.
A lot of the Western protein we consume in Western food comes from meat, and while many Western foods have some plant-meat components, the meat of these foods has a high amount of saturated fat and cholesterol, which are associated with heart disease.
As a result, the Western Food list has the distinction of being one of the most comprehensive lists of plant-vegetable protein sources available, as well as one of its most accurate and comprehensive nutritional assessments of Western protein.
While we’re still a long way from having an accurate, detailed Western Protein Index, we can look to the Western Protein Database for a better picture of how we can eat more plant-food proteins, and the best ways to eat them.
When it comes to Western protein, there are many different types of plants that have a strong impact on the Western diet.
There are plants that can be considered the backbone of the western diet, such the broccoli, spinach and kale, as we have seen in the infographic below.
There are also more non-Western plants that provide additional nutrients to the western diets, such plant-containing proteins such as lentils, peas, lentils and beans.
One of the best sources of plant protein is lentils.
Lentils are considered a complete protein and contain all the essential amino acids found in meat.
Another major source of plant proteins are beans.
Beans are a rich source of protein that can help improve your health.
Beans can be very high in vitamin C, and are also a source of antioxidants that can reduce the effects of free radicals.
Vegetable proteins are the major source that we can rely on for building the body’s proteins.
These include lentils as well, which contain all of the essential fatty acids found within all plant proteins, including plant-found protein.
In fact, the main reason why people are able to build muscle, and lose weight, is because they are able build muscle from the carbohydrates in beans and lentils without the need for protein.
The next step for you to look at is how you can incorporate plant-related protein into your daily diet.
The most common way to incorporate plant protein into the Western Diet is by adding lentils to soups, sauces, rice, and pasta dishes.
The key is to avoid using high-fat, sodium, trans fats or cholesterol-laden foods.
As a general rule, it is best to avoid foods with a high protein content.
It is important to remember that it is a balanced diet, so it is always best to include healthy fats and carbohydrates in the diet, and not all plant-source proteins are created equal.
For more information on Western protein and the Western Digestive Health Initiative, please visit the WFP website