International Green Global Research and Development Organization
August 8, 2021
1、 Research triggered by the 20th century food crisis (a heavy topic of the last century) 3
2、 Plant leaf protein nutrition will become the main goal pursued by humans in the 21st century
3、 Production and Application of Leaf Protein 5
（1） Production process flow of leaf protein 5
（2） Plants that can be used to process leaf protein 6
（3） Application of Leaf Protein 7
1、 Research initiated by the 20th century food crisis (a heavy topic of the last century)
Mr. Brown, an American agricultural expert and director of the World Observation Institute, announced his research results to the world in 1995 after years of research and investigation. He believes that in the 21st century, the world will enter a century of hunger. A stone stirred up a thousand waves, and people were cheerfully preparing to enter the 21st century while beautifying the blueprint of the 21st century. Mr. Brown's alarm bell immediately disrupted people's beautiful plans for the 21st century. People woke up in a daze and realized that there was still hunger in humanity. And the issue of hunger, like earthquakes and floods, is so merciless and irresistible, and it has quietly come to people's side. It will become the greatest disaster for humanity in the 21st century and a decisive factor affecting human development in the 21st century. Only after solving the problem of eating can humans say anything else. So in the dawn of the new century, the issue of hunger has become a heavy topic of increasing concern around the world.
What do humans eat in the 21st century? This has become the focus of global attention. Mr. Yan Guangcai and his assistants, after more than 30 years of struggle, have made breakthroughs in the application of plant nutrient leaf proteins. Leaf protein is the nutrient in plant stems and leaves, which is the precursor of animal protein and plant seed protein. It is a native protein, the first protein; Seed protein is the second protein; Animal protein is the third protein. Leaf protein does not contain cholesterol and has strong activity, which has a wide range of effects on the growth and development of humans and animals.
2. Plant leaf protein nutrition will become the main goal pursued by humans in the 21st century.
The food crisis of the 21st century is irreversible, and leaf proteins are proteins in plant stems and leaves. Plant stem and leaf resources are very broad, including forests, grasslands and agriculture, which are 8-10 times as many as seed nutrition sources and widely exist in nature. Rich in resources, it is a treasure trove of human nutrition.
Human research on leaf proteins originated in the UK and has a history of over 70 years. At the end of World War II, in order to prevent hunger, the British began studying leaf protein, but it has not been widely used yet. There are two main reasons: firstly, the contradiction between population size and food shortage is not so serious, which cannot attract people's attention; Secondly, the application of leaf protein by the British is localized and has not developed into a systematic application. After more than 30 years of exploration, the expert group has found that the application of leaf protein is comprehensive and systematic, not only in animal feed, but also in food and medicine consumed by humans. It is crucial for human health.
The expert group's application of leaf protein is different from that of foreigners, who produce very few varieties of leaf protein and can only be used in feed. They believe that tobacco leaves are rich in protein, so there are many factories in foreign countries that produce leaf protein, and the main raw material is tobacco leaves. However, this leaf protein has a peculiar odor and can only be used as feed, which is costly and difficult to apply in practice. The expert group not only applies leaf protein based on nutritional perspectives, but also on the theory of the Five Elements of Traditional Chinese Medicine, so that various green resources can be fully utilized and a variety of leaf protein products can be produced. These leaf proteins can be applied in the feed of calves, lambs, pigs, chickens, and fish, as well as in human food. They can also cooperate with each other and are widely used in medical treatment.
The development of leaf protein has expanded the application range of various green plants, and will only be applied in herbivorous animal feed, widely used in various animal feed.
The application of leaf protein has triggered mutations in multiple industries, leading to the emergence of a second agricultural system - stem and leaf agriculture (such as the soybean seedling agricultural system); The emergence of a second forestry system - stem and leaf forestry; Causing a revolution in the aquaculture industry; Causing a qualitative change in the food industry; Enabling ecological governance to generate beneficial ecology.
At the dawn of the 21st century, the lack of food will force humans to seek new sources of nutrition. Green plant resources are abundant, and leaf proteins are widely used. Therefore, green plant leaf proteins will become the most important goal for humans to pursue nutrition in the 21st century.
3、 Production and Application of Leaf Protein
（1） Production process of leaf protein
Leaf protein "was named by the British simply because the protein content in this product was high, ranging from 50% to 70%. Later, countries in Europe such as France, the Soviet Union, the United Kingdom, and Germany were producing this product as a raw material for feed. At present, the best country for producing leaf protein is France, with advanced and reliable production equipment and good product quality.
The accurate name for the product "leaf protein" should be called "refined leaf green powder", and its production process is as follows:
Green plant stems and leaves → cleaning → cutting → kneading → beating → primary filtration → secondary filtration → pressing → drying → granulation → drying → packaging.
Its main production process is to beat the stems and leaves of green plants into pulp, filter, extract the refined pulp by pressing, and then dry it to form the finished product. The grass residue generated after pressing is processed to become feed for herbivorous animals. Leaf protein only accounts for 3-5% of the production raw materials, while grass residue accounts for 20-22%.
Taking the processing of leaf protein from the largest harmful grass in the southern region, Bamao, as an example: using large-scale automated leaf protein processing equipment imported from abroad. This type of equipment can process 500 tons of fresh grass per day, producing 25 tons of leaf protein and 100 tons of straw residue from Balmao. These 100 tons of grass residue are excellent feed for herbivores, accounting for 75-80% of the feed formula. Bamao processed leaf protein, harvested 3-4 times a year. The first processed leaf protein is an advanced nutrient for human use, while the second processed leaf protein is an advanced additive used in animal feed.
（2） Plants that can be used to process leaf protein
At present, the expert group can use more than 300 commonly used plants for processing leaf protein, which are divided into four levels according to variety: special level, first level, second level, and third level; According to usage, it can be divided into three types: edible, feeding, and medical. Some examples are listed in the table below.
Serial Number Name Unit Reference Price
1 Wheat Leaf Protein Kg 150 Edible and Medical
2 Rye Grass Leaf Protein Kg 100 Edible and Medical
3 Rice Seedling Leaf Protein kg 100 Edible and Medical
4 alfalfa leaf protein kg 100 edible and medical
5 Purple Cloud Seedling Leaf Protein kg 100 Edible and Medical
6 Pea Seedling Leaf Protein kg 100 Edible and Medical
7 rapeseed seedling protein kg 100 edible and medical
8 soy seedling protein kg 80 edible and medical
9 leaves protein kg 80 edible and medical
10 Min Mu 42 Feed sugarcane leaf protein kg 100 Edible and medical
11 Yellow Bamboo Grass Leaf Protein kg 80 Edible and Medical
12 Elephant Grass Leaf Protein kg 80 Edible and Medical
13 Corn Leaf Protein kg 80 Edible and Medical
14 reed leaf protein kg 120 edible and medical
15 Rumex leaf protein kg 80 edible and medical
16 Chuanye Rosin Grass Leaf Protein kg 80 Edible and Medical
17 Chicory Leaf Protein kg 80 Edible and Medical
18 polymerized grass leaf protein kg 80 edible and medical
19 Sweet potato leaf protein kg 30 edible and feed
21 cauliflower leaf protein kg 30 edible and feed
22 Ganlan Leaf Protein kg 30 Edible and Feed
23 Radish Leaf Protein kg 30 Edible and Feed
24 Houttuynia cordata leaf protein kg 120 medical
25 Aloe Leaf Protein kg 80 Medical
26 Acanthopanax senticosus leaf protein kg 160 medical
27 Tung Tree Leaf Protein kg 30 Feed
28 Crane Leaf Protein kg 250 Medical
29 Water Flower Leaf Protein kg 30 Feed
30 water hyacinth leaf protein kg 30 feed
31 water lily leaf protein kg 30 feed
32 Pagoda leaf protein kg 60 Medical, edible
33 ginseng leaf protein kg 160 medical
（3） Application of Leaf Protein
1. Leaf protein in food: Because leaf protein is rich in vitamins, especially B, C, D, and E; Rich in trace elements, lutein, and chlorophyll. So, medical and edible leaf proteins have better health benefits than spirulina, which can enhance the body's metabolic function, reduce human diseases, and improve human health standards and lifespan. So it can be widely applied to human health food. Leaf protein food will become the most fashionable food in the 21st century.
① Used in infant and toddler food: Applying leaf protein to infant and toddler dairy products will effectively prevent developmental disorders in infants and toddlers. And it can promote the appetite of infants and increase their appetite; Promote the growth and development of infants and reduce the occurrence of diseases.
② Used in food for the elderly: Due to the rich nutrition of leaf protein, especially vitamin E and C, it can delay aging, promote physical and mental health of the elderly, and extend lifespan.
③ People who use it for physical recovery after illness and postpartum women: Patients, as well as mothers and pregnant women, often have weak bodies, malnutrition, and loss of appetite. After applying leaf protein, it can adjust nutrition, promote digestion, and accelerate recovery.
④ Used for navigation, aviation, border defense forces, field workers, tourists, etc.: This type of population often causes symptoms such as dry mouth, sore throat, toothache, constipation, etc. due to insufficient intake of vegetables. After applying leaf protein, it can return to normal.
⑤ For high-altitude workers: People working at high altitudes often experience altitude sickness. After applying leaf protein, the occurrence of altitude sickness can be reduced. If a high altitude reaction has occurred, the application of leaf protein can alleviate the reaction symptoms or quickly restore the body.
2. Leaf protein in medical treatment: General leaf protein not only has health benefits, but also has medical effects. Due to its rich content of chlorophyll and vitamins, it is applied in the treatment of anemia patients and has very good therapeutic effects; It is much better to apply it to patients with vitamin deficiency than to use medical synthetic vitamins.
Many medical leaf proteins produced by the expert group are combined according to traditional Chinese medicine formulas and have excellent medical effects. Such as Houttuynia cordata leaf protein, Acanthopanax senticosus leaf protein, Gynostemma pentaphyllum leaf protein, Crane grass leaf protein, Aloe vera leaf protein, Lycium barbarum leaf protein, Thistle leaf protein, Ginkgo biloba leaf protein, Mushroom aged leaf protein, Dandelion leaf protein, Ginseng leaf protein, Bitter cabbage leaf protein, Cactus leaf protein, and so on.
The details of some leaf protein series products studied by the expert group are as follows:
1. Leaf protein granules 2. Leaf protein capsules
3. Leaf protein anti-cancer flour No.1, leaf protein anti-cancer flour No.2
5. Leaf Protein Anticancer No.1 instant noodles 6, Leaf Protein Anticancer No.2 instant noodles
8. Leaf Protein Anti Cancer Biscuit No.1 7, Leaf Protein Anti Cancer Biscuit No.2
9. Leaf Protein Anti Cancer No.1 Noodles 10, Leaf Protein Anti Cancer No.2 Noodles
11. Leaf Protein Anti Cancer Cake No.1 12, Leaf Protein Anti Cancer Cake No.2
13. Leaf protein anti-cancer bread No.1 14, leaf protein anti-cancer bread No.2
15. Leaf Protein Buxue Granule No.1 16, Leaf Protein Buxue Granule No.2
17. Leaf Protein Blood instant noodles No.1 18, Leaf Protein Blood instant noodles No.2
19. Leaf Protein Blood Tonifying Biscuit No.1 20, Leaf Protein Blood Tonifying Biscuit No.2
21. Leaf Protein Blood Supplementing No.1 Noodles 22. Leaf Protein Blood Supplementing No.2 Noodles
23. Leaf Protein Blood Tonifying Bread No.1 24. Leaf Protein Blood Tonifying Bread No.2
25. Leaf Protein Blood Tonifying Cake No.1 26. Leaf Protein Blood Tonifying Cake No.2
27. Leaf Protein Blood Tonifying Flour No.1 28. Leaf Protein Blood Tonifying Flour No.2
29. Leaf Protein Anti Hepatitis No.1 Granule 30. Leaf Protein Anti Hepatitis No.2 Granule
31. Leaf protein anti hepatitis 1 flour 52. Leaf protein anti hepatitis 2 flour
33. Leaf Protein Anti Hepatitis 1 Biscuit 34. Leaf Protein Anti Hepatitis 2 Biscuit
35. Leaf Protein Anti Hepatitis No.1 Noodles 36. Leaf Protein Anti Hepatitis No.2 Noodles
37. Leaf Protein Anti Hepatitis 1 Bread 38. Leaf Protein Anti Hepatitis 2 Bread
39. Anti dysentery No.1 biscuit 40. Anti dysentery No.2 biscuit
41. Anti dysentery No.1 noodle 42. Anti dysentery No.2 noodle
43. No. 1 biscuit for reducing blood pressure 44. No. 2 biscuit for reducing blood pressure
45. Step-down No.1 noodle 46. Step-down No.2 noodle
3. Leaf protein in feed:
A. It is an ideal feed ingredient.
The application of leaf protein in animal feed also has the above functions. It can accelerate animal growth and reduce disease occurrence. It is the core of green plant feed and has a huge role in improving the quality and quality of feed.
The application of leaf protein in feed can improve the quality of feed products, meat quality, and the nutritional level of eggs.
① Leaf protein in herbivorous animal breeding can improve the quality of feed products, improve meat quality, accelerate animal growth, and produce high-end meat quality.
② Leaf protein is applied in the breeding of omnivores: for example, in pig farming, the application of leaf protein can improve the color of pork, make it nutritious, and have a good taste.
③ The application of leaf protein in poultry breeding: for example, in laying hens, after applying leaf protein, the eggs produced have a deep red yolk, rich nutrition, and good taste.
④ Application of leaf protein in aquaculture: for example, the application of leaf protein in fish farming can accelerate the growth of fish, and make the fish have good meat color, nutrition and taste.
B. It is a magic weapon for relieving the competition between humans and animals for food.
About two-fifths of China's grain production is used in the aquaculture industry, and the expert group's use of leaf protein in various animal feed not only improves the quality of feed, but also saves over 80% of feed grain. According to multiple experiments conducted by the expert group, it has been preliminarily shown that it can save over 200 million tons of surplus feed for the country, making a significant contribution to lifting the competition between humans and livestock for food.
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