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A 3.5-ounce serving has 20 grams of protein and it’s a great substitute for meat in sandwiches. Many people opt for Greek yogurt when looking for high-protein dairy, but cottage cheese is also an excellent choice — one cup offers 24 grams of protein. “Skip the 0% fat and go for 2%, which helps you feel more satiated,” recommends Shapiro. A 3.5-ounce serving has 20 grams of protein and it’s a great substitute for meat in sandwiches. Many people opt for Greek yogurt when looking for high-protein dairy, but cottage cheese is also an excellent choice — one cup offers 24 grams of protein. Skip the 0%.

Barley, quinoa, rye, oats, buckwheat (it is not a wheat), kamut, wild rice, millet, popcorn, spelt. All are grains easily obtained in most cities and online! All are easy to prepare–I steam mine (same amount of grain and water in the upper chamber, maximum water in. Soy-based tofu, the most ubiquitous meat alternative, has almost 10 g of protein per 3-oz. serving, along with fiber and healthy fats.

It’s also lighter on greenhouse-gas emissions than meat. And. Where’s the beef? Here, in many U.S diets.

The average American male eats 4.8 ounces of meat each and every day, while the typical American female consumes 3.1 ounces per day, according to the National American Meat Institute.Per the latest Dietary Guidelines for Americans, we should consume 26 ounces of meat each week as part of a healthy 2,000-calorie diet, which works out to 3.7 ounces of. Beyond Meat touts the health benefits of plant-based meats, but dietitians say that meatless patties from Beyond and rival Impossible Foods aren’t necessarily better than red meat. Most white-fleshed fish are super lean and excellent protein sources, providing under 3 grams of fat, around 20–25 grams of protein and 85–130 calories per 3.5-ounce. Impossible Burger also adds vitamins and minerals found in animal proteins — like vitamin B 12 and zinc — in amounts equal to (and in some cases, greater than) both red meat and poultry. This is a plus for vegetarians, because these nutrients are typically harder to come by when relying solely on foods from the plant kingdom.

Protein is found in a variety of foods, including meat, poultry, seafood, dairy, beans, nuts and whole grains. According to the USDA Dietary Guidelines, women need 46 grams of protein and men need 56 grams of protein (but this does vary depending on how many calories you eat each day). Learn exactly how much protein you need to eat every day.

A diet that’s plant-focused, packed with fruits, vegetables, whole grains and plant proteins is going to be healthy even with some meat thrown in once in a while. Day 15: Try a new plant-based protein: There are so many meat substitutes and plant-based proteins to choose from.

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The animal protein–focused ones often stay very low-carb and bring in lots of chicken, pasture-raised meat, eggs, and fish, as well as some avocado, nut butter, coconut oil, greens, and other veggies.

“Medical Medium Liver Rescue: Answers to Eczema, Psoriasis, Diabetes, Strep, Acne, Gout, Bloating, Gallstones, Adrenal Stress, Fatigue, Fatty Liver, Weight Issues, SIBO & Autoimmune Disease” by Anthony William
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Indeed, light vegetable proteins may completely replace meats in the human diet: 1½ to 2 pounds of raw nuts and seeds per week, for example, provide all the protein and fat required by anyone and eliminate the metabolic craving for meat, eggs, and other animal proteins.

“The Tao of Health, Sex, and Longevity: A Modern Practical Guide to the Ancient Way” by Daniel Reid
from The Tao of Health, Sex, and Longevity: A Modern Practical Guide to the Ancient Way
by Daniel Reid
Atria Books, 1989

Low-SFA animal protein sources are lean meats (beef, ham), poultry (trimmed and without skin), fish, cottage cheese, and reduced-fat milk and dairy products.

“Preventive Cardiology: A Companion to Braunwald's Heart Disease E-Book” by Roger Blumenthal, JoAnne Foody, Nathan D. Wong
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by Roger Blumenthal, JoAnne Foody, Nathan D. Wong
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2011

Vegetables such as asparagus, cauliflower, spinach, mung beans, and broccoli pack high levelsof protein.8 Nuts, too, are a great source of both protein and healthy fats.

“Belly Fat Breakthrough: Understand What It Is and Lose It Fast” by Dr. Stephen Boutcher
from Belly Fat Breakthrough: Understand What It Is and Lose It Fast
by Dr. Stephen Boutcher
Gallery Books, 2014

Red meat should be consumed only occasionally and in low amounts if at all; nuts and legumes as well as poultry and fish in moderation are healthy alternatives.

“Preventive Nutrition: The Comprehensive Guide for Health Professionals” by Adrianne Bendich, Richard J. Deckelbaum
from Preventive Nutrition: The Comprehensive Guide for Health Professionals
by Adrianne Bendich, Richard J. Deckelbaum
Springer International Publishing, 2016

Protein, fat, thiamine, vitamin B12, and iron are the main nutrients in the meat and alternatives group.

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If you can find it, grass-fed (or free-ranging) meat will always be a better choice than domestic beef, pork, or poultry because it is richer in healthful omega-3 fatty acids, higher in protein (like wild game), and less likely to be tainted with hormones and pesticides.

“The Paleo Diet for Athletes: The Ancient Nutritional Formula for Peak Athletic Performance” by Loren Cordain, Joe Friel
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by Loren Cordain, Joe Friel
Rodale Books, 2012

Your choice of meat, fish, eggs, cheese, nuts, soya beans or mushrooms {p. 249}), beware of harmful snacks, hidden hunger test (eat liver, kidney, or heart twice a week; incl. broiled meats and fish), get your chlorophyll from mixed greens, eat natural, unprocessed foods.

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Fish and red meat are “full” or “complete” proteins, meaning they contain all nine essential amino acids.

“One Spirit Medicine” by Alberto Villoldo, Ph.D.
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by Alberto Villoldo, Ph.D.
Hay House, 2015

Beef is a highly nutritious food and an excellent source of good protein and micronutrients (vitamins A, B6, B12, D, E, iron, zinc, selenium, essential omega-3 fatty acids, etc.) (Biesalski, 2005; Scollan et al., 2006), therefore playing a critical role in a healthy diet.

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from The Genetics of Cattle, 2nd Edition
by Dorian Garrick, Anatoly Ruvinsky
CAB International, 2014

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  • Thank you for this informative video. As one of the countless individuals out here who are trying to balance taste, nutrition, and calories, these videos are very helpful. Please keep up the good work!

  • What a great wife you are!! My hubby is pretty understanding also and eats whatever I make for him. He does cheat sometimes, but he is amazed by my control. Way to go! Great power couple!

  • Haha and you thought it was just going to be Mary! Mary doesnt mind John taking over but that’s how they roll ��Just goes to show that they are a team, I love how Mary has always been in the background supporting John (and John obviously supports and adores Mary). What a wonderful couple ��

  • Very sweet… they seem wonderful… maybe next time Mary could do the interview on her own… I wanted to hear more from her �� all good. Thanks AJ! A wonderful record of a generous and selfless couple… lovely

  • I always comment, & praise u for me regaining my health & mobility. I too, am older than my hubby too, by 8 yrs.. I love these two too, i was very sick woman, you gave me the info & i did the hard work. Take care xo ❤️����❤️��������❤️����

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  • You have to eat just when you feel very hungry, and then you have to do a great job to get food! Not eating overfilled and going just to the fridge and grabbing the next thing! Food has ALWAYS to be very fresh! Not pre-cooked and for months stored in an aluminized plastic bag! Then you have to look and think about carefully how your food came to the table and how is its impact on nature! That is very important!
    Do not think I need fat or I need meat or I need vegetables, better look around what is available nearby. And be satisfied with your small portion of food amount.

  • I love how clear and white plant based eaters eyes are. As most people age the whites of their eyes usually turn red or yellow and the glow goes out of them. It is a sign of great health along with lovely skin…just look at these two glowing

  • These folks are great!!��
    The fact that there’s all the free recipes and information on the McDougall website is indicative of the kind of people they are….compassionate and caring..thank you������

  • It was Dr. M’s statement about rice corn potatoes and sweet potatoes that made me wfpb! as a Filipino, rice have been demonized by many, thinking it was the one making them fat,. Rice is LIFE!
    Regards to the most adorable couple,.

  • I love the McDougalls! I followed the McDougall Plan in 1999 and lost 70 pounds. I had the pleasure of corresponding with Dr. McDougall by email. He was very nice and extremely helpful. I was able to reverse my health problems and infertility. I had 2 boys and owe it to Dr. McDougall’s Maximum Weight Loss program.

  • @ 30:00 Emu oil? Have you told Ivor, Aseem, Nina, Tim, everyone about this? I’ll be thrown out of my local hipster market for asking for something that they haven’t heard about yet.

  • Our absolute FAVORITES!!! Thanks for having them on. They are an incredible couple and they’ve helped so many. I am so thankful for them.

  • Can you please talk about venison? I know there are variables because a deer may be eating out of a crop field when available. I deer hunt (I know that itself can be controversial), but generally I trim to a lean cut and then add better fats. I’d appreciate your insight on this meat source.

  • Hi Chef AJ, I was not able to listen to the podcast live. I live in Melbourne Florida and wanted to know if Dr McDougall or you knows of any doctors in my area that espouse his program. Thank you!

  • Mary McDougall is an angel, she helped me so much, from her early recipes to her current ones and I love her Mary’s Mini Diet, she and her diet helped me lose so much weight! Mary, Dr. M, and AJ all helped me lose over 200 pounds! Thank You! P.S. Mary, you are a great speaker, I’ve seen all your online videos! Stay well, stay safe and God Bless!

  • People who have food scarcity would rightly value the calorie density of animal fat, but this material is for an audience who don’t suffer from calorie scarcity..

  • What I appreciate most about the Dr is his tenacity including not giving a crap about putting his factual concepts out there, once upon a time, insults be damned. Im sure there were many that scoffed at him initially. Thank you Dr, and his lovely wife. #GoStarch

  • Thanks AJ for yet another great interview, such lovely people. Watching this eating my brown rice bowl with sweet potato, green beans and broccoli �� absolutely delicious ��

  • We have the fatty steak programmed into our brains? Certainly not more than wanting to eat a banana. What an unscientific argument.

  • A few years ago I lost 35 pounds and weighed 150lbs at 5′ 8″ and people were always telling me to stop with the dieting you are way to thin…lol

  • What an awesome interview!! These two people are so lovely! I have enjoyed watching them so much! Thank you, Chef AJ, for bringing them to us. I could watch them all day long!!

  • I am 76 on no medications, I been on many different plant based diets. I was doing research on my grandson who is 6 just diagnosed with type one diabetes, and
    My research led me to a new world. Thank you

  • I don’t trust much blue zone studies. But I’m Italian and I can confirm about Sardinia. The key is high quality animal food, not too much carbs, movement and reduced stress. It’s not a secret this will work everywhere in the world if applied

  • Love Mary’s diet philosophy. The KISS method to great health. Breakfast: Hash brown potatoes, Lunch: Baked potatoes, Dinner: Mashed potatoes. Too many people overthink. Just keep it simple. Well done AJ.

  • I am not programmed to eat animal fat, I am programmed to eat fat!

    Since I was little I was always cutting out the fat parts on the edge of the meat, I never liked the texture until I gave up on meat 5 years ago.

    Let’s don’t start on the cords, the most disgusting texture on this planet, that’s why I replaced meat with fish in the first place.

  • Eating real food that is meats and vegetables keeps us healthy, it’s the industrial processed sugars and processed junk packaged foods with preservatives that causes all the diseases, cancers and disorders in the body

  • Wonderful! Thanks to YOU, Chef AJ and the McDougalls as well as a few other of your favorite doctors making this information available, my husband and I are reclaiming our health. I really can’t thank all of you enough. Take care.

  • google “McClellan-Dubois one year meat trial” This was done in 1930 at Bellevue Hospital, New York. Two men ate meat only for one year, excellent health, no kidney damage.

  • It’s amazing how adamant the carnivore diet promoters are. They actually think those of us not eating animal products are mentally ill.

  • We love you Mary and Dr McDougall. I just finished watching your online Starch Solution Certificate program and really enjoyed your videos and recipes. I have been following The Starch Solution way of eating for 3 years. I have lost a total of 64 lbs and kept it off. I have lowered my blood pressure, cholesterol and liver enzymes and eliminated debilitating knee and foot pain and improved symptoms of IBS. Thanks for all you do!!

  • Paul says ‘Fiber is dangerous’. But what about regular consumption of a bit of fiber in the form of resistant starch (say, a daily bite of a raw white potato), to ‘feed the gut’ to in theory support a healthy gut microbiome?

  • I have been reading the book called the elephant people. Set in 50s Bush in Africa and the hunters would sell elephant fat at a premium of 9pennies compared to the 6 pennies for meat.
    The people were lean and ultra fit and healthy.
    Pure ancient people have done this since before the pyramids.
    Nature knows best

  • Parrots and monkeys in the Amazon and Orinoco basins crave always for clay in order to control the effects of tannins and other vegetable substance in their diet, that’s a fact, those animals have a simple digestive system and they need to control those substances.

    Anatomically their digestive system is much similar to ours.

  • Your emphasis on, and explanation of, context is excellent, which is why chicken should have been included in this video, but not broccoli.

  • At 8:25 It was all good until he mentioned “millions of years of evolution”, which never happened: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CFYswvGoaPU

  • Delightful! They are so REAL and communicate life-saving nutritional truth in an easy to understand manner with easy to follow methodology. Thank you!

  • Just finished a nice little bowl of beef fat! Yum! Only 2oz, cut up and fried in bacon grease for a very little while, just till translucent.

  • Eskimo’s Eat Seal Blubber…….I am walking again cause of Collagen. Bone Broth…..Nose to Tail Eating. Ancestral Supplements makes a Powdered Beef Organ Capsule……Highest Source of CoQ10 comes from beef Heart….B12 from Liver……Iron. Educate Yourself about Nutrition….50% of these Assholes will LIE to you for a Paycheck!

  • I just made myself a slice of supposedly sour dought bread with a lot of orange creamy goose lard. Plus another slice with fatty sausage out of the glas. Hmmmm yummy!

  • Sigh..I dislike when people use something out of the Bible and twist what was going on to fit their beliefs. Before Christ came, sacrifices had to be done with unblemished animals for the covering/atonement of sin. Meaning, you can’t take an animal that was born with a deformity to offer it up. Jesus, the Lamb of God was unblemished/without sin to be the ultimate sacrifice. God wasn’t upset cause “Eeewww, vegetables?!” It was because that is not what God had stated for a sacrifice and Cain knew that ahead of time and wanted to “atone for his sins his own way” Aside from that, this is Bible 101. Paul clearly has no idea about the Bible, the history of it etc, so stop using this in your lectures. Now I am not trusting other things you are saying because you clearly do not do enough research.

  • I only want to nitpick one point Dr. Saladino brought up. He said that he believes that human brain growth increased because we were eating fat. I don’t deny that fat is quite beneficial to our health, but I believe it was evolutionary pressures that selected smarter and smarter humans who were more successful at hunting. It could be argued I suppose that brain growth was because of fat and its abundant calories, but as we switched to hunting as our primary survival strategy, we were just naturally selected for intelligence as it is a big factor in a good hunt. Also why we remember landmarks well, our eyes detect motion before color, and we are pretty much the most advanced bodies for exhaustion hunting that this world has seen.

  • we’re entering a period of enlightenment with regard to nutrition and vaccines. it’s a good thing because we’ve been wrong for so long. sorry big agra and big pharma. the truth is coming out.

  • Linguistic point: Wiracocha rose from Lake Titicaca, where llamas, alpacas, and vicunas were the primary animals sacrificed. Sometimes even today, just the fat is sacrificed because it is the most valuable part, the portion due to the gods (much as the fatty portions were preferred sacrifices in the Bible). “Sea of Fat”, therefore can refer to the place of sacrifice, where fat and blood floated and rose to the surface. A very evocative image, but one foreign to modern “civilized” people and often missed.

  • So how come vegans don’t eat grass? I see cows eating grass, I watched the game changers movie and they said ox’s are strong because they eat grass. Why are none of you eating grass? It’s free, sustainable and in an abundance.

  • I agree with the list but when doing weightlifting nothing like a pork steak with eggs and chickpeas, have that for optimal performance for training.

  • Wonderful presentation! However, please note that the Levant is not anywhere in Africa it mostly covers the western part of the Arabian peninsula (modern Syria, Israel, Lebanon and Jordan).

  • It causes cardiovascular disease obesity and high amounts of saturated fat which it could cause heart attacks.So his talkin bullshit.So red meat is not good for u.

  • Fatty beef is unnatural and was sold to gullible population when poor animals were forced to eat grains and not the food they were designed to eat. Another bullshit polarity.

  • Sorry, you’re wrong, we are frugivores: https://creationislove.com/wp-content/uploads/human-biology-indicates-our-optimal-food-diet-a-comparison-of-digestive-systems-for-frugivores-omnivores-carnivores-herbivores-hires.jpg

  • It certainly is..unless it is produced in a factory or feed lot farm.. Natural Grass fed (or wild) is what you are taliking about. I hope..other than that you are talking shit

  • There’s a difference between saying animal fat is HEALTHY, and saying plants are somehow UNHEALTHY, or actually causing people harm.

    I think a simple pubmed search will find thousands of studies, showing the benefits of different types of plant compounds to human health,

  • As wonderful as the Starch Solution lifestyle turned out to be, THE BEST thing by far this legendary man ever did was marry this woman! Mary❤️

  • In south Africa where they have the eland antelope the San people worship it above all the other lean meat buck because it has a lot of fat. It has dewlap below its neck with lots of fat.
    Fat is very difficult to come by in nature. Likewise for sugar and honey. The brain is a fatty organ so it stands to reason that it requires feeding of fat.
    Likewise the polar bear will strip the fat off the seal before any meat eating. And will often leave the meat if it can get another seal easily.
    Lastly why is the most expensive thing in the restaurant always the best steak in buttery sauce or the millions spent on the high fat content in bluefin tuna.

  • Frankie’s free range meat is the only answer I have found for getting fresh lamb brains even veil Brains!!! otherwise all the butcher’s I’ve talked to said that I can get an entire head. I would have to crack open the skull myself… Yeah not in my apartment. Brains are so rich in cholesterol… like a fluffy egg. Fried and put in meat stock. Or slather it with marrow Yum. Yum yuuummmm. I suggest you Feel around for bone fragments before eating. It’s surprisingly good raw. Yo & Brains are on sale right now for Halloween. Yeah local is best but what are you going to do. It’s better than a processed supplement.

  • You should do a video on meats for the outdoorsman that likes keto. Meats such as deer, wild pig, catfish, bluegill, crappie, game birds and so on. They can be free sources of meat so I’m curious how they are on keto and the nutrient content.

  • What about Certified Organic Wild Caught and Sustainable Sardines? I have been substituting them for chicken for the fat and omegas?

  • This guy seems fairly intelligent. I’m not sure why he believes in the evolution nonsense. To think humans evolved from monkeys is laughable.

  • Chef AJ thank you so much. You have unwittingly made here an historical record of two wonderful and important health Pioneers. It was such a priviledge to be privy to their personal stories and progress in “Making the Change” for their family and patients alike. I can’t tell you how much appreciation and love I am feeling right now, God bless you and your work. xxx

  • One group says one thing, another group says another, welcome to the wonderful world of ignorance. Even our sciences are consensus based, conflicting, and propaganda driven, further indication we are truly a retarded species.

  • I have a question to link the boost in brain growth the ability to hunt and eat animal food shouldn’t have predators bigger brains too? or are predator animals not getting as much of the fat compared to early humans?

  • 19:00 this quack disagrees with Mayo Clinic and American heart association. Saturated fat is healthyriiight. So if we can’t digest much animal protein you should call animal protein an “antinutrient”

  • I’ve been getting meat from Omaha Steak for several years. I have a personal shopper & he does give me great deals & usually free shipping. What are your thoughts on this Company??

  • Chef AJ. I can’t find the live stream comments anymore. I can’t find your answer to omega 3 and what to do for health. ��❤️. Please help!

  • Are we talking 400 Grams of actual “Protein” (for a bigger 90kg man) or 400 grams of Meat?.. 400 grams of Beef equals about 100 grams of actual Protein so what are we talking here?

  • From a fellow Dietitian, I love your videos! However, I’m wondering about the content of protein in the oats that you mentioned. In the US, 1/2 cup raw oats ranges from 3-6 grams depending on the type (Quick, thick cut, steel cut). Do you have some kind of “Super Oats” down in AU?!

  • Paul, you do great work..but please do not promote Freemason BS with evolution and darwinism..you lose so much credibility…even assuming that crap was real..no way no one knows what happened with humans a few hundred years ago…let alone millions..so stop with the stuff you can’t prove and stick to facts my friend…the carnivore community is not watching CNN and voting…we are awake..so treat us with respect and get the nonsense out of your presentations.

  • So how much is the Meat and Dairy industries paying Paul Saladino?????

    Humans don’t need meat to survive or for protein. The Human anatomy is not designed to eat meat….period!!!!

    Why doesn’t this guy talk about all the harmful toxins and Uric acid that comes from meat that leads to cancers and other diseases……..or fats resulting to clogged arteries and heart disease…..the list of problems go on and on and on!

    Stop sucking the sack bro…..don’t listen to this guy…he’s full of shit!!!!!!

  • Over the course of the past 10 years numerous physicians and researchers have come out, and presented compelling evidence and arguments against the popular nutritional “wisdom” which has vilified fat. I now believe, having listened to physicians such as Dr. Paul Saladino, Dr. Georgie Ede and Dr. Shawn Baker that one of the last nutritional myths that society must be disabused of is this wide spread notion that plant foods are sacrosanct and packed full of nutrition. While many have subscribed to the efficacy of low carb nutrition, many still hold onto this notion that plant foods still have tremendous nutritional value. Hence, the common low carb practitioner will always eat a heap of non-starchy vegetables along with their fatty cut of meat. At a high level, just looking at the nutritional profile of these plant foods, you would think that the assumption that plant foods are high in nutrition is correct. However, when you factor in the poor bioavailability of these plant nutrients, the low quality of these nutrients, and the antinutrient content of plants which prevents the absorption of these nutrients, a completely different picture emerges. It is thanks to Dr. Saladino, Dr. Ede and Dr. Baker that my eyes have been open to the possibility that plants are not this glorious panacea to all that ails us.

  • I need to learn how to eat like this. I’ve been mostly raw food with a large handful of nuts..almond milk…almond yogurt…no starch except oats. No salt or oil…i drink green tea..im really skinny w cholesterol around 140. But my blood pressure is sky high even w med. If this way of eating would just bring down my blood pressure…nothing ever has…but I would start cooking more if this starch diet would do it. And thank you sooo much for bringing us this wonderful interview.

  • I don’t trust much blue zone studies. But I’m Italian and I can confirm about Sardinia. The key is high quality animal food, not too much carbs, movement and reduced stress. It’s not a secret this will work everywhere in the world if applied

  • Regarding a Q & A question. I tried cow brain, and it was very unamazing. I like liver, heart, tongue and sweetbreads, but brain and kidneys taste like garbage.

  • Nope, I like the lean steak. Lots of it. I just do. Sorry. I don’t like the texture of fat on meat, forget about the gristly stuff like tendons. Unrendered fat is so unappealing and yuck. Not everyone has the same palate as Paul Saladino. I cut off the visible fat on my steaks, not because I fear it, just don’t like the taste/texture. But, I’ll add butter on top! Cultural and habit, probably, but that’s not gonna change at age 52.

  • What an awesome interview!! These two people are so lovely! I have enjoyed watching them so much! Thank you, Chef AJ, for bringing them to us. I could watch them all day long!!

  • Doctor Macdougall, you mentioned just at the end, that you feel you had a guiding hand, guiding you through it. You are right the guiding hand has a name its God, & his son is Jesus. God has blessed you both with a long and satisfying life ��������

  • And in this mountain shall the LORD of hosts make unto all people a feast of FAT things, a feast of wines on the lees, of fat things full of marrow, of wines on the lees well refined.

  • Lovely Video! Sorry for butting in, I am interested in your thoughts. Have you considered Chireetler Deepest Relaxation Rule (search on google)? It is an awesome one of a kind guide for learning to grow muscle when you are naturally thin without the hard work. Ive heard some pretty good things about it and my cooworker after many years got amazing success with it.

  • Dan Blah blah the utube film is called Hope, not nope��have you seen it yet, & where did you qualify as a cancer doctor!!!! I didn’t think so!!!!!!

  • We love you Mary and Dr McDougall. I just finished watching your online Starch Solution Certificate program and really enjoyed your videos and recipes. I have been following The Starch Solution way of eating for 3 years. I have lost a total of 64 lbs and kept it off. I have lowered my blood pressure, cholesterol and liver enzymes and eliminated debilitating knee and foot pain and improved symptoms of IBS. Thanks for all you do!!

  • on 10:40 you claim that ALA conversion rate is less than 1% which is actually not true. It is between 0-12 % conversion inte EPA and DHA for males and up to 22% for females. Which still is rediculously low, wildcaught mackerel will always be the omega 3 king, but it’s important to get the details right:)

  • Our absolute FAVORITES!!! Thanks for having them on. They are an incredible couple and they’ve helped so many. I am so thankful for them.

  • I’ve been getting meat from Omaha Steak for several years. I have a personal shopper & he does give me great deals & usually free shipping. What are your thoughts on this Company??

  • There is NOT sufficient evidence to support the claim that meat causes cancer, these guys are lying. Don’t trust anyone wearing a lab coat as a prop, people telling the truth don’t need props.

  • What a great wife you are!! My hubby is pretty understanding also and eats whatever I make for him. He does cheat sometimes, but he is amazed by my control. Way to go! Great power couple!

  • Most men I know have that style! & It looks great����The way nature created hair un cut, may be you are from a different, less excepting era, we don’t care what ppl wear, how they look, what accent they speak in, intelligence comes in every form, close your eyes & use your ears, if it bothers you that much��just understand the message!!!���������������� would you prefer millions of men with short back & sides identical cuts��

  • For people asking why not other sources, this is his opinion of great sources. Compared to others broccoli has little, but among veges its alot

  • Great video. Some much needed insight on quality of meats. Perhaps if the mood strikes, you should look into more uncommon types of meat like ostrich(very tasty), or something like wild boar(if it’s much different than pork)

    One question, though. Is stearic acid much different from the food additive magnesium stearate? I heard the latter isn’t so good to be consuming…

  • Hi Thomas
    I have a serious question I have gout so my red and game meats have to be to a min, also I do not eat pork because of religious reason. Would I be at a big disadvantage because most of the meat I consume on Keto is Poultry? I use coconut oil and butter to ad fats to my meats. I have been on Keto for 3 weeks by the way and iI have been watching you the whole time.

  • Hi Thomas, great article again. I’d be really interested to see how lamb compares to the other ruminants, and also how turkey compares to chicken. ��

  • I had bison Ribeye at Luxor. It was “free” based on how much my ex lost in their casino. The staff said it’s not beef, you have to cook it rare, from the low fat. The flavor was also good, but different.

  • Thomas I’ve hit a wall here brother. I lost 117 pounds because of your videos, but I’m stuck between 258-290 can you help me get rid of the extra 80. I know I should be between 200-220. But I’m yo yo ing here any suggestions…

  • Just finished a nice little bowl of beef fat! Yum! Only 2oz, cut up and fried in bacon grease for a very little while, just till translucent.

  • I am not programmed to eat animal fat, I am programmed to eat fat!

    Since I was little I was always cutting out the fat parts on the edge of the meat, I never liked the texture until I gave up on meat 5 years ago.

    Let’s don’t start on the cords, the most disgusting texture on this planet, that’s why I replaced meat with fish in the first place.

  • Can you please talk about venison? I know there are variables because a deer may be eating out of a crop field when available. I deer hunt (I know that itself can be controversial), but generally I trim to a lean cut and then add better fats. I’d appreciate your insight on this meat source.

  • Protein is essential part of our life
    Help to build and repair the human tissue
    10 Delicious High Protein Foods that will help to live health life
    https://youtu.be/If9VEP15eeM

  • Mary McDougall is an angel, she helped me so much, from her early recipes to her current ones and I love her Mary’s Mini Diet, she and her diet helped me lose so much weight! Mary, Dr. M, and AJ all helped me lose over 200 pounds! Thank You! P.S. Mary, you are a great speaker, I’ve seen all your online videos! Stay well, stay safe and God Bless!

  • I cant believe people believe this!!! What he isnt saying is that our bodies are designed to consume glucose from carbs as its primary fuel source, NOT FAT! Thats how our body works. Our teeth and mouth action is more akin to a horses, who do not eat animals! Also, carnivores, such as big cats have a different chewing motion, but the biggest give away is that carnivores have a much shorter transition time in breaking down their food, about 5/6 hours. Humans take much longer to break down meats. Veg n fruits 3/6 hours but proteins from meat take 12/18 hours but we are not actually designed to process meat. We can do it but it isnt hat good for us! We can burn fat as a fuel source but this is a secondary function, for in times of scarcity. He is blinding people with facts no one can really prove and itnt actually saying much except repeating the word fat n making people think it’s ok to consume. This is brainwashing at its best. Been used for years. He is putting it into peoples consciousness that fat n eating animals is ok and from the comments, you can see people are falling for this. Is he just pushing the Keto diet but renaming it the carnivore diet!…He obviously hasn’t read the Gospel of Peace….I dont think Jesus agrees with him.

  • So many people have such extreme opinions here, like in politics, it’s either perfect or it’s pure evil. Why do you get so angry about someone’s opinion on food? All things in moderation, folks! There are degrees of good and bad in most things. If you eat fatty red meat every day, you may develop heart disease. If you only eat broccoli for your protein, you may end up malnourished, which will probably shorten your life. My grandparents’ generation had many centenarians who never worried about what they ate like our generation. They ate to live. They were farmers so they didn’t have to worry about having enough food. They ate whole foods without chemicals or GMO’s, because that’s all there was. They cooked with lard, made their own butter and bread, and ate lots of red meat and very little processed foods. They ate fresh vegetables and fruit in the summer and canned ones in the winter. They didn’t call each other names and get all angry because someone ate a steak or voted for a different candidate, it’s not personal.

  • I’m curious how extremists on both sides of the aisle always have the same things to say. If you look at famous Vegan doctors, bodybuilders, and weight loss advocates, you see them saying this way of life is the only way to have actual weight loss, health, and longevity. But if you go to the other side, and consider the Physicians, body builders, and weight loss advocates for the Keto meat-centric way of life, you hear them saying the exact same claims about their version. And both sides can show equal proof and/or evidence that their way is really the only way any sane person would go, because, well, look at the results!
    Both sides show lean, trim people who are energetic, happy, and in the peak of health, saying they were on medications before but not any longer, they had blood pressure problems, coronary disease, etc. one side says no salt, oil or sugar, the other side says slather on the butter and oil, and top it with salt. Well, both sides at least seem to agree that the sugar is bad.
    But what I’m saying is, if you honestly look at both sides, you find that both have plenty of advocates promoting it, both in the professional and private sectors.
    I know people in real life, who are over 50, and are doing the Keto lifestyle. They are biking hundreds of miles on weekends, running marathons, and doing triathlons. They’re strong, energetic, healthy, and clear thinking. I don’t personally know any vegans, but I see enough on YT to know they are the same.
    So how does one choose one or the other.

  • Oats, beans and nuts all contain high levels of complete proteins. Actually 1/2 cup of oats contains 6 g of protein, the same as 1/2 cup of beans and one egg. Cocoa powder surprisingly contains protein but it’s not a complete protein(only 8 amino acids), it’s also loaded with magnesium and fiber.

  • This video is not totally correct when talking about beef. Beef definitely contains all that he said but the human body, once fully grow no longer needs a huge amount of animal protein if any although the meat industry would have you believe otherwise! Adult humans should be getting protein mainly from plant based. The body finds it incredibly hard to process meat and this is why if you eat lots of red meat in particular you can encounter lots of health problems. Any foods where the body takes like 24 hours to process is not good a lot of energy used up just trying to process the food out of the body and utilise it. Once adults. our bodies are no longer growing so we don’t need a lot of certain animal products anymore. Children are different, their bodies are growing and they should be very active, therefore their bodies are using up these proteins more efficiently than adult bodies. Too much red meat can also contribute to disease. If you are critically ill, red meat will not contribute to healing the body. What does contribute to healing the body is huge amounts of greens variety and berries not forgetting herbs and in tea forms. This should in itself tell you something. In fact, for critically ill too much red meat would continue to keep your body in an unhealthy state. The new controversial on red meat is everything but wrong, It is so correct. Just like the new controversial on eating lots of healthy fats is good for you and fact, you will lose weight, is also correct.

  • Paul says ‘Fiber is dangerous’. But what about regular consumption of a bit of fiber in the form of resistant starch (say, a daily bite of a raw white potato), to ‘feed the gut’ to in theory support a healthy gut microbiome?

  • Except we are Omnivores NOT Carnivores. I agree Animal Fat is super important and we need a LOT of it but we are still Omnivores. You should check our the work of Weston A. Price, DDS.

  • I’m very surprised chicken breast was not in the top 5 as for best protein especially for those active in the fitness/adding lean muscle mass world.

  • Thank you for this informative video. As one of the countless individuals out here who are trying to balance taste, nutrition, and calories, these videos are very helpful. Please keep up the good work!

  • Loved the comments on number 6 contexts so so so important. Would be great to have this included more often, were applicable. Also would like a better understanding of Bio -available (eg iron reference in this video). What is the bio availableness of proteine in plant, eg lentils and how it compere with animal proteine, outside of life style choices of course.

  • over the last two years the america “ federal disease association”, the FDA, has allowed the food industry to put soy in virtually every single food on the market shelves. we now have to make our own mayo and ketchup to avoid it. they are really trying to kill us off and make us sick. I am a slav, and when was working in Slovakia in 1991, serving fat on a slice of bread was very common. It still is.

  • Hi, on the 22nd Dec ’16 you published a video about the best 5 foods to eat at breakfast where Oats was one of them. But you stated that one cup of oats is equivalent to 6 grams of protein where here you say half a cup is 13 grams of protein. Why is this?

  • Where are all of you getting all these meats from? Lamb, venison, goat etc…? I live in a large city, Tampa Bay area. I can’t even find a pasture raised chicken here or grass fed and finished beef. I can completely forget about organ meat. I shop at Publix and local butchers do not offer any of these things. I’m lucky I can get pasture raised chicken eggs. I do have a Whole Foods store about 45 minutes away. Does anyone know if they have these items? Thank you!

  • Cheers for the Video clip! Sorry for butting in, I would love your initial thoughts. Have you considered Ponnordaz Impressive Remedy (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now)? It is a good one off guide for discovering how to pack on solid muscle mass minus the hard work. Ive heard some great things about it and my buddy at very last got great success with it.

  • Cheers for the Video clip! Sorry for butting in, I would love your initial thoughts. Have you considered Ponnordaz Impressive Remedy (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now)? It is a good one off guide for discovering how to pack on solid muscle mass minus the hard work. Ive heard some great things about it and my buddy at very last got great success with it.

  • How is cancer related to meat when cancer is related to sugar consumption. Everyone knows that since the sugar consumption has been going up for decades so has cancer rates in a straight line.

  • Excellent Video clip! Excuse me for the intrusion, I am interested in your opinion. Have you researched Chireetler Deepest Relaxation Rule (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now)? It is an awesome exclusive product for learning to grow muscle when you are naturally thin minus the normal expense. Ive heard some extraordinary things about it and my friend Sam got amazing success with it.

  • Cheers for the Video clip! Apologies for the intrusion, I am interested in your opinion. Have you researched Chireetler Deepest Relaxation Rule (erm, check it on google should be there)? It is a good exclusive product for learning to grow muscle when you are naturally thin without the normal expense. Ive heard some interesting things about it and my BF at last got astronomical results with it.

  • Excellent Video! Forgive me for butting in, I would love your thoughts. Have you tried Chireetler Deepest Relaxation Rule (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now)? It is an awesome one of a kind guide for learning to grow muscle when you are naturally thin minus the hard work. Ive heard some great things about it and my friend Sam at last got cool success with it.

  • If you’ve tried Wagyu or Yakiniku in Japan you will know there is only so much high fatty meat you can eat before you feel nauseous.

  • Sigh..I dislike when people use something out of the Bible and twist what was going on to fit their beliefs. Before Christ came, sacrifices had to be done with unblemished animals for the covering/atonement of sin. Meaning, you can’t take an animal that was born with a deformity to offer it up. Jesus, the Lamb of God was unblemished/without sin to be the ultimate sacrifice. God wasn’t upset cause “Eeewww, vegetables?!” It was because that is not what God had stated for a sacrifice and Cain knew that ahead of time and wanted to “atone for his sins his own way” Aside from that, this is Bible 101. Paul clearly has no idea about the Bible, the history of it etc, so stop using this in your lectures. Now I am not trusting other things you are saying because you clearly do not do enough research.

  • I’d love to see a video on homesteader animals like guinea pig, guinea hog, rabbit, quail, partridge, duck, goose, deer, squirrel, and how about insects???

  • Haha and you thought it was just going to be Mary! Mary doesnt mind John taking over but that’s how they roll ��Just goes to show that they are a team, I love how Mary has always been in the background supporting John (and John obviously supports and adores Mary). What a wonderful couple ��

  • Caveman and ancient humans are in their graves eating tons of meat and thinking: God, what the hell this modern dumb are doing?

  • I always comment, & praise u for me regaining my health & mobility. I too, am older than my hubby too, by 8 yrs.. I love these two too, i was very sick woman, you gave me the info & i did the hard work. Take care xo ❤️����❤️��������❤️����

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  • From a fellow Dietitian, I love your videos! However, I’m wondering about the content of protein in the oats that you mentioned. In the US, 1/2 cup raw oats ranges from 3-6 grams depending on the type (Quick, thick cut, steel cut). Do you have some kind of “Super Oats” down in AU?!

  • I love how clear and white plant based eaters eyes are. As most people age the whites of their eyes usually turn red or yellow and the glow goes out of them. It is a sign of great health along with lovely skin…just look at these two glowing

  • These folks are great!!��
    The fact that there’s all the free recipes and information on the McDougall website is indicative of the kind of people they are….compassionate and caring..thank you������

  • It was Dr. M’s statement about rice corn potatoes and sweet potatoes that made me wfpb! as a Filipino, rice have been demonized by many, thinking it was the one making them fat,. Rice is LIFE!
    Regards to the most adorable couple,.

  • I love the McDougalls! I followed the McDougall Plan in 1999 and lost 70 pounds. I had the pleasure of corresponding with Dr. McDougall by email. He was very nice and extremely helpful. I was able to reverse my health problems and infertility. I had 2 boys and owe it to Dr. McDougall’s Maximum Weight Loss program.

  • Wow what an amazing legacy interview. This is an important document. Praise to Chef AJ for getting such an interesting and intimate conversation from these two greats.

  • If you’ve tried Wagyu or Yakiniku in Japan you will know there is only so much high fatty meat you can eat before you feel nauseous.

  • I really appreciate Paul’s work but suet and bone marrow caused rapid weight gain and insomnia along with some bouts of diarrhea.
    I just stick with fatty meats and fish and eggs. A little butter too. Feel so much better.

  • Hi Chef AJ, I was not able to listen to the podcast live. I live in Melbourne Florida and wanted to know if Dr McDougall or you knows of any doctors in my area that espouse his program. Thank you!

  • For people asking why not other sources, this is his opinion of great sources. Compared to others broccoli has little, but among veges its alot

  • Chef AJ thank you so much. You have unwittingly made here an historical record of two wonderful and important health Pioneers. It was such a priviledge to be privy to their personal stories and progress in “Making the Change” for their family and patients alike. I can’t tell you how much appreciation and love I am feeling right now, God bless you and your work. xxx

  • What I appreciate most about the Dr is his tenacity including not giving a crap about putting his factual concepts out there, once upon a time, insults be damned. Im sure there were many that scoffed at him initially. Thank you Dr, and his lovely wife. #GoStarch

  • Thanks AJ for yet another great interview, such lovely people. Watching this eating my brown rice bowl with sweet potato, green beans and broccoli �� absolutely delicious ��

  • Delightful! They are so REAL and communicate life-saving nutritional truth in an easy to understand manner with easy to follow methodology. Thank you!

  • As wonderful as the Starch Solution lifestyle turned out to be, THE BEST thing by far this legendary man ever did was marry this woman! Mary❤️

  • The deep state, your government,the big corporations are all working together to depopulate the planet. Pretty much do the opposite to everything the suggest. They are pushing the plant based thing alongside the incorrect carbon threat etc.

  • I am 76 on no medications, I been on many different plant based diets. I was doing research on my grandson who is 6 just diagnosed with type one diabetes, and
    My research led me to a new world. Thank you

  • I wonder if kangaroo is similar to bison, being wild-caught. Very lean and very strong tasting, but if it’s even better than than beef, I might incorperate it now and then. Gotta now make chicken a special occasion meal!

  • I agree with the list but when doing weightlifting nothing like a pork steak with eggs and chickpeas, have that for optimal performance for training.

  • Hands down… the best interview you have done Chef AJ!!! I could listen to Mary talk all day long…she is such a wealth of information. Please beg her to come back and cook some of her favorite simple meals. That would be soooo awesome!! I just love the Mcdougalls sooooooooooo much!!!!!

  • Thank you, Chef AJ for having these two on. Dr. Mcdougall is the very first doctor I found to help me eat healthy. Although, through the death of my Mom & Husband, I would briefly slide back, I always found my way back. This time it’s been almost 4 years & I’m sticking with it. I’m 62 & not only am I in good health (no meds), normal weight & feeling great, the bonus is I started running 4 years ago & still going strong! It’s been an excellent outlet for getting through anxiety, depression & this pandemic. I love you guys & I have all of your books, too. So grateful for you. Peace.

  • Not really, as protein comes from what the animal eate in the first place. So your eating protein that has been eaten already, eat vegs and remove the middle man, get the protine from the source.
    We were never meant to eat meat or dairy (which humans only began consuming 6,000 years ago), our bodies are not designed to eat flesh and our health is suffering because of it. Once we exclude animal products from our diets our own health, our planet’s health and the lives of billions of animals will be better for it.
    Here i googled it for you
    https://www.google.com/search?q=humans+are+not+meant+to+eat+meat&oq=humans+are+not+meant+to+eat+meat&aqs=chrome.0.69i59j0l3.4567j0j8&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

  • I need to learn how to eat like this. I’ve been mostly raw food with a large handful of nuts..almond milk…almond yogurt…no starch except oats. No salt or oil…i drink green tea..im really skinny w cholesterol around 140. But my blood pressure is sky high even w med. If this way of eating would just bring down my blood pressure…nothing ever has…but I would start cooking more if this starch diet would do it. And thank you sooo much for bringing us this wonderful interview.

  • Why did you not speak on the Inuits? Their diet is primarily seal fat and fatty fish. I would like to hear about any studies done on these indigenous people or any other indigenous people’s whose diets are based primarily on just animal fat. Is this the Keto Diet on steroids? Thanks.

  • Vegans are hypocrites because they say nothing about abortion? Their arguments against suffering animals means nothing in light of the killing of children by the millions.

  • Very sweet… they seem wonderful… maybe next time Mary could do the interview on her own… I wanted to hear more from her �� all good. Thanks AJ! A wonderful record of a generous and selfless couple… lovely

  • Yes I’m going to promote plant based diets by becoming a plant based nutritional therapist. Thank you PCRM for all you have taught me. I cant thank you enough. I’m looking for case studies if anyone interested.

  • I am 88 years old vegan 18 months, and I had no problems going vegan once I understood there was no need to eat meat or dairy for your health, I was over the moon, then did all my research, and found good nutritious recipes,, on YouTube, Dr Neil Barnard, was the first wonderful person tho inspired me, I don’t need medication or vitamins, except B 12, after always in pain and taking painkillers, and tablets for high blood pressure, and the best of being vegan no more suffering of animals, because of me, thank you,, please keep up this great worthwhile work,

  • Wonderful! Thanks to YOU, Chef AJ and the McDougalls as well as a few other of your favorite doctors making this information available, my husband and I are reclaiming our health. I really can’t thank all of you enough. Take care.

  • We can’t just eat animal meat? Really? Talk to Shawn Baker. Evolution? lol. What a joke. Adaptation but not evolution. Sorry we didn’t evolve from monkeys. There are still monkeys around. Were they the slow learners?
    If you think we evolved…why are we not adapted to any environment on Earth? We don’t do well in the Sun…it burns our skin and we can’t survive the cold like animals that live in those environments.
    If we evolved shouldn’t we be doing better in these harsh environment than we are? Evolution is not about getting worse.
    Go back to the drawing board…you’re way off base.

  • How I love these two extremely special people!!! I am eternally grateful to Dr. John and Mary McDougall. He lead me on the transitional journey solely through his first books and Mary gets just as much credit due to her wonderful, wholesome recipes that I still make. I’ve been a McDougallite for 16 years and I’ll be 70 on October 16th of this year.

    I so enjoy watching the McDougalls together in interviews. They are such a wonderful couple. This made my day!! Thank you, A.J. for hosting this interview today!

  • @ 30:00 Emu oil? Have you told Ivor, Aseem, Nina, Tim, everyone about this? I’ll be thrown out of my local hipster market for asking for something that they haven’t heard about yet.

  • Red meat is very bad for human consumption.Crap is wat his sayin ask any doctors they tell u to much red meat is highly bad for humans.Not good for the heart. He hasnt a clue wat his talkin about.

  • How I love these two extremely special people!!! I am eternally grateful to Dr. John and Mary McDougall. He lead me on the transitional journey solely through his first books and Mary gets just as much credit due to her wonderful, wholesome recipes that I still make. I’ve been a McDougallite for 16 years and I’ll be 70 on October 16th of this year.

    I so enjoy watching the McDougalls together in interviews. They are such a wonderful couple. This made my day!! Thank you, A.J. for hosting this interview today!

  • Who was observed? How many people were studied? Were other parts of the diet controlled (I doubt it.)? Is the data analysis presented as overall risk, or relative risk? Who did the data analysis? Who is interpreting the data? Keep in mind, a good mathematician can make fresh air look bad.

  • as always Thomas you do fantastic informative videos thank you. it would be interesting to make a video on less known and consumed meats like lamb, mutton, goat, camel, lama, and alpaca meats. also what about duck, goose, emu, and ostrich. are any of the mentioned above healthier than bison or beef. i try reading some articles but they are all biased in regards to cholesterol and fats in general. i would very much like to hear your perspective. sorry for the long message.

  • Gobby gabby�� it was for your basic benefit, I used that Simplistic example for ppl like you, & the irony of it, they done the test on a meat eating program The Truth About Food bbc1, I’m guessing they got together & thought what is the most basic way idiots can understand it��if the paper turns purple it is carcinogenic, obviously still not BASIC enough for YOU thou durrrrrr

  • Mahakala lol Vegans look beautiful inside &out ��Have you seen all those athletes in the film Gamechangers on Netflix?type in vegan athletes ��don’t say silly things��you watch Cowspiracy utube &Stella me who is pretty!!!!

  • Brilliant discussion and thank you so much for the honesty and integrity you uphold as decent doctors.
    (but the host could have a better haircut, what is wrong with looking as a man should?)

  • It’s enough to look at all these guys they all look great to understand that it’s one more proof for plant based animal products free diet.

  • One reason why this Annals published study can claim what it does is the fact, that the harmful effects of saturated fats are negated by millions of people swallowing billions of tablets and undergoing various medical proceedured costing trillions.

  • RE#6: Not to mention meat is a much more whole protein with a greater array of amino acids with higher bioavailability than broccoli!

  • Meatard: I’m sure you do what your wife tells you!! As if a doctor in medical field is going to change his medical Trainings because his wife is in an organisation that promotes animal welfare, you seen film Gamechangers yet? Patrick Babourmian &Kenneth G.Williams. You might get some tips on a better pump.

  • +AuthorityNutrition Hey there! I am just really interested in knowing what would you say about hormones and cholesterol in eggs. Also I would really like your opinion on Doctor Campbell The china study book. Honetly, I don´t think the title of this video is accuarate. Not that super healthy in my opinion.

  • Funny people that are on a keto diet For a lot of years. Have lost hundreds are down Cholesterol is down diabetes has disappeared and after years of knowing people know cancer of course that’s not to cut out all vegetables by no means that’s cutting out carbohydrates gmo process grains

  • Keep commenting carnist shills! Please do. You’re only fueling & supporting Vegan news. We love and accept you, even if you’re unaware and willfully ignorant.
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  • Vegans cannot accept the truth simply because it goes against their religion….

    ‘Statisticians have broadly supported the way the study has been conducted. Kevin McConway, emeritus professor of applied statistics at the Open University, called it an “extremely comprehensive piece of work”. And Prof David Spiegelhalter, from the University of Cambridge, said: “This rigorous, even ruthless, review does not find good evidence of important health benefits from reducing meat consumption

    “In fact, it does not find any good evidence at all.”

    https://annals.org/aim/fullarticle/2752328/unprocessed-red-meat-processed-meat-consumption-dietary-guideline-recommendations-from

  • Where did Neal Barndarn get the numbers he is citing at 5:20? Is he citing one of the studies that the paper analysed? Because I could not find that in the published article.

  • Neal Barnard’s lack of honesty is astounding. There is very little good science around nutrition. He’s clearly against eating meat for ethical reasons. The notion that meat causes cancer or any other inflammatory disease is crazy we’re made of meat for goodness sake. Cut processed sugar and seed oils. Vegan to 100% carnivore, both have valid arguments. Neal’s wearing a white coat because his arguments lack credibility. He’s meant to care about the truth!

  • You need sugary foods to survive? what kind of advice is this? You are incredibly irresponsible to say that. I have been on a keto diet for a year and I never felt better and I do not have diabetes and my fatty liver is completely healed. How is it possible to say that sugar is not responsible for diabetes. You are a criminal for saying that. Who is paying you the sugar industry?

  • That’s OK, Barnyard. Lots of experts slam the vegan diet.

    And I’ll bet this comment is deleted, too. Wouldn’t want viewers to learn about the PCRM.

    https://www.activistfacts.com/organizations/23-physicians-committee-for-responsible-medicine/

  • So we have been eating meat for hundreds of thousands of years and now we are getting cancer from it? This is a ridiculous assumption and all the studies in the world do not prove that at all.

  • I’ve never understood when vegetarians and vegans say that it’s wrong to eat meat because we’re part of nature and “The circle of life”?. Have they never just looked at nature? Everything lives off of and preys on something else.

  • All these guys look like they could use a burger. ( without the bun and coke for their health.) Let’ s hear where Dr. Barnard’s funding comes from.

  • Alot to digest there, mentally and actual digestion! Ha ha! Definitely going to be adding bison to my well round Robin on meats I eat. Thanks!

  • Should be ok. 2-2.5 mil years of evolutionary biology at work says meat is ok. As far as eating meat causing an increase in mortality? That’s a bunch of crap. I’ve been eating eggs and bacon 5 times a week for most of my life and just scored a 76 on my calcium heart scan. That means I have a 6% chance of getting a heart attack in the next 10 years. Now the process meat is a problem. All my meat comes from grass fed animals. Don’t listen to these clowns.

  • I live near factory farms. The things they put in the fields are of concern. Its big business, just like the meat business. Big corporations are all the same. Watch out.

  • Hi, on the 22nd Dec ’16 you published a video about the best 5 foods to eat at breakfast where Oats was one of them. But you stated that one cup of oats is equivalent to 6 grams of protein where here you say half a cup is 13 grams of protein. Why is this?

  • Loved the comments on number 6 contexts so so so important. Would be great to have this included more often, were applicable. Also would like a better understanding of Bio -available (eg iron reference in this video). What is the bio availableness of proteine in plant, eg lentils and how it compere with animal proteine, outside of life style choices of course.

  • Barnard and the PCRM are terrorist scum and wrong. Here’s the “real” truth about them:
    “The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) is a wolf in sheep’s clothing. PCRM is a fanatical animal rights group that seeks to remove eggs, milk, meat, and seafood from the American diet, and to eliminate the use of animals in scientific research. Despite its operational and financial ties to other animal activist groups and its close relationship with violent zealots, PCRM has successfully duped the media and much of the general public into believing that its pronouncements about the superiority of vegetarian-only diets represent the opinion of the medical community.

    “Less than 5 percent of PCRM’s members are physicians,” Newsweek wrote in February 2004. The respected news magazine continued:

    [PCRM president Neal] Barnard has co-signed letters, on PCRM letterhead, with the leader of Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty, an animal-rights group the Department of Justice calls a “domestic terrorist threat.” PCRM also has ties to People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. An agency called the foundation to Support Animal Protection has distributed money from PETA to PCRM in the past and, until very recently, did both groups’ books. Barnard and PETA head Ingrid Newkirk are both on the foundation’s board.

    New York Times columnist Joe Sharkey put it more crisply in a November 2004 piece about PCRM’s annual airport-food ratings. “The physicians’ committee has a PETA link,” he wrote, “and its food rankings reflect that agenda.”

    While PCRM presents itself as a doctor-supported, unbiased source of health guidance, the group’s own literature echoes Newsweek’s observation that 95 percent of its members have no medical degrees. And even the five-percent doctor membership that PCRM claims is open to question. Anyone claiming to be a physician or a medical student can join without paying a dime — even if their only motivation is to collect free waiting-room reading material. Current data indicates that only 10 percent of PCRM’s members graduated from medical school.

    PCRM’s anti-meat and anti-dairy tactics include newspaper op-eds and letters, campaigns against airports and school boards, and television commercials. One 2005 TV spot claims “the most dangerous thing our kids have to deal with today isn’t violence. It isn’t drugs. It’s unhealthy food.” PCRM’s prescription? “Vegetarian foods.”

    The American Medical Association (AMA), which actually represents the medical profession, has called PCRM a “fringe organization” that uses “unethical tactics” and is “interested in perverting medical science.”PCRM is a font of medical disinformation. The group has argued, with a straight face, that experiments involving animal subjects “interfere with new drug development.” PCRM even rejects the consensus of the respectable medical community by claiming that animal experimentation “leads AIDS research astray.”

    PCRM discourages Americans from making donations to health charities like the American Heart Association, the American Cancer Society, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, the American Foundation for AIDS Research, the Christopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation, the American Red Cross, and even Boys Town. All because they support research that requires animals, in order to cure human diseases. PCRM’s multi-year crusade against the March of Dimes, which includes protests directed at March walkers, volunteers, and donors, has been reported widely.

    Attacking Meat and Dairy

    Often appearing in a lab coat, PCRM president Neal Barnard looks the part of a mainstream health expert. He also churns out a steady stream of reliably anti-meat and anti-dairy nutrition research. Although his “results” generally conclude that a vegan diet (practiced by a tiny fraction of Americans) will solve any of dozens of health problems, the mass media eats them up. And PCRM is media-savvy enough to take advantage.

    But Barnard was trained as a psychiatrist, not a nutritionist. His nutritional advice boils down to one basic message: don’t eat meat, or anything that comes from animals. PCRM has complained to the Federal Trade Commission about advertisements that depict milk as part of a healthy diet. It petitioned the government to slap meat and poultry with a “biohazard label,” adding in its newsletter that eggs should carry these dire warnings as well. PCRM often uses a mixed carrot-and-stick approach to spreading its propaganda. While its ads call school lunches “weapons of mass destruction” for including meat and milk, its “report card” press releases congratulate selected schools for serving “healthy” (read: vegetarian-friendly) meals. After receiving a “failing” grade in a 2004 PCRM survey, the Albuquerque Public Schools told the press that it wouldn’t have participated if it had known the group’s real agenda. “Real physicians,” the school district’s nutrition coordinator told the Albuquerque Tribune, “would not recommend a vegan diet for growing children.”

  • One of the mistakes I made as a vegan was believing information like this. I was in denial. I never thought about the whole story. Red meat is so very vague. Beef, lamb, deer and pork are all red meats. Processed meats, fast food and non-processed meats are red meats. Factory farmed meat, genuine grass fed meat and wild meat are all red meats. You see, you cannot just lump everything together. Majority of population are consuming high carb, high sugar diet with low quality animal products. I am convinced after being vegan myself that animal fat is healthy, all sugar is unhealthy and all processed oils are poison

  • I’d love to see a video on homesteader animals like guinea pig, guinea hog, rabbit, quail, partridge, duck, goose, deer, squirrel, and how about insects???

  • With respect to diabetes, Dr. Barnard is telling only part of the story here. He didn’t mention how & why the fat gets into the muscle fibers causing fatty skeletal muscle and into the liver causing fatty liver and eventually into the pancreas causing fatty pancreas. The driving force behind these events is persistent chronic hyperinsulinemia, which is caused by constant stimulation of the pancreatic beta cells by the continued intake of carbohydrates and to a lesser extent proteins. Insulin promotes hepatic de novo fat synthesis (lipogenesis), fatty liver, fat export to and storage in ectopic sites (e. g., muscle & pancreas) in addition to other visceral & subcutaneous adipose tissue sites. So, it’s not just dietary fat heading straight to clog muscle fibers preventing the entry of glucose and causing diabetes.

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  • Fake news by the media not in the good old USA! Don’t listen to these Vegan Nazis! Everybody please continue to eat plenty of red meat and wash it down with a ice cold glass of whole milk!

  • Without red meat, there would not have been humans on this planet!!! You idiots are eating manmade fake things called vegetables….full of anti-nutrients, pesticides and god knows what!! Luckily 99 pct of the world is eating red meat!! Morons!

  • Klaus I love your work but please don’t fall for the clickbait bullshit that so many other sites do. The wording of “Expert: Slam” just makes you sound cheap and I know you’re not.

  • Curious, but the article doesn’t say it’s healthy, it states there are no health risks. Being hyperbolic and disingenuous. Barnard’s looking very slight.

  • RE#6: Not to mention meat is a much more whole protein with a greater array of amino acids with higher bioavailability than broccoli!

  • The Japanese wagyu producing cows are mainly fed grains and occasionally beer. Moreover they are hardly allowed to move or graze and kept in narrow confinements. Their meat is marbled with fat and I wonder if you consider this healthy.

  • Yea let me enjoy turning into a plant based soy boy eating gmo processed burgers that look like meat because I’m actually truly craving meat

  • What a disgrace you ppl are. I have been on the carnivore diet for 4 months, my energy levels have picked up, my sugar is now in normal ranges and i have lost a lot of weight, not to mention my brain function is so much better. You ppl are a disgrace all you want is sick ppl, it makes more money for you.

  • There is more money behind plant based diets than there is behind the meat and dairy industry.

    Its sugar and pharma vs meat and agriculture. Both have stakes in the game, both fudge the hell out of their research, and both have governmental powers at play.

    There are healthy people on both sides but one thing is for 100% sure sugar is addictive, it is used to cover the awful taste of low fat foods, and it wreaks absolute havoc on your cardiovascular, endocrine, and digestive systems. No one says eating a sugar based diet is good in fact we could live without eating sugar. Cholestrol aides in healing the damage caused by sugar in the arteries but when you have insulin resistance the sugar doesnt get pulled out of your blood so the cholestrol keeps building up trying to heal your arteries. Then what happens? Heart attack. Stroke. Plaques. And it’s all blamed on cholestrol.

    Eat a balanced diet. Vegan doesnt offer all the nutrients you need for basic survival without supplements making it a poor dietary choice. The 7th day adventists dont live long because of their diet.. they live long because they dont smoke and they are required to exercise.

    Take Everything with a grain of salt especially biased news sources like this channel.

  • I wonder if kangaroo is similar to bison, being wild-caught. Very lean and very strong tasting, but if it’s even better than than beef, I might incorperate it now and then. Gotta now make chicken a special occasion meal!

  • as always Thomas you do fantastic informative videos thank you. it would be interesting to make a video on less known and consumed meats like lamb, mutton, goat, camel, lama, and alpaca meats. also what about duck, goose, emu, and ostrich. are any of the mentioned above healthier than bison or beef. i try reading some articles but they are all biased in regards to cholesterol and fats in general. i would very much like to hear your perspective. sorry for the long message.

  • on 10:40 you claim that ALA conversion rate is less than 1% which is actually not true. It is between 0-12 % conversion inte EPA and DHA for males and up to 22% for females. Which still is rediculously low, wildcaught mackerel will always be the omega 3 king, but it’s important to get the details right:)

  • You should do a video on meats for the outdoorsman that likes keto. Meats such as deer, wild pig, catfish, bluegill, crappie, game birds and so on. They can be free sources of meat so I’m curious how they are on keto and the nutrient content.

  • Hi Thomas, great article again. I’d be really interested to see how lamb compares to the other ruminants, and also how turkey compares to chicken. ��

  • And in this mountain shall the LORD of hosts make unto all people a feast of FAT things, a feast of wines on the lees, of fat things full of marrow, of wines on the lees well refined.

  • over the last two years the america “ federal disease association”, the FDA, has allowed the food industry to put soy in virtually every single food on the market shelves. we now have to make our own mayo and ketchup to avoid it. they are really trying to kill us off and make us sick. I am a slav, and when was working in Slovakia in 1991, serving fat on a slice of bread was very common. It still is.

  • Where are all of you getting all these meats from? Lamb, venison, goat etc…? I live in a large city, Tampa Bay area. I can’t even find a pasture raised chicken here or grass fed and finished beef. I can completely forget about organ meat. I shop at Publix and local butchers do not offer any of these things. I’m lucky I can get pasture raised chicken eggs. I do have a Whole Foods store about 45 minutes away. Does anyone know if they have these items? Thank you!

  • The study shows the health claims against red meat is bullshit. Sorry vegans but it is obvious you don’t care about science and animal welfare is your only priority, so you try to fabricate reasons not to eat meat because nobody cares about the ethical argument. The study didn’t even claim red meat is healthy, it said the risk if any is so minuscule it pointless to exclude from your diet and you are fine to eat as much as you want.

  • Great video. Some much needed insight on quality of meats. Perhaps if the mood strikes, you should look into more uncommon types of meat like ostrich(very tasty), or something like wild boar(if it’s much different than pork)

    One question, though. Is stearic acid much different from the food additive magnesium stearate? I heard the latter isn’t so good to be consuming…

  • Hi Thomas
    I have a serious question I have gout so my red and game meats have to be to a min, also I do not eat pork because of religious reason. Would I be at a big disadvantage because most of the meat I consume on Keto is Poultry? I use coconut oil and butter to ad fats to my meats. I have been on Keto for 3 weeks by the way and iI have been watching you the whole time.

  • We have the fatty steak programmed into our brains? Certainly not more than wanting to eat a banana. What an unscientific argument.

  • I had bison Ribeye at Luxor. It was “free” based on how much my ex lost in their casino. The staff said it’s not beef, you have to cook it rare, from the low fat. The flavor was also good, but different.

  • Thomas I’ve hit a wall here brother. I lost 117 pounds because of your videos, but I’m stuck between 258-290 can you help me get rid of the extra 80. I know I should be between 200-220. But I’m yo yo ing here any suggestions…

  • Yep, need the same breakdown on seafood (of course, ONLY wild, not farmed). In the Pacific NW, salmon (in season) is everywhere, otherwise frozen (nutritional difference?); oysters are also common. Then, canned fish (sardines and salmon). Turkey would be good to know. More info on bacon would be nice (would help me justify eating it). Finally, I guess a “low carbon footprint” is important to me, so I try to buy locally (which sadly cuts out Butcher Box:-(

  • Frankie’s free range meat is the only answer I have found for getting fresh lamb brains even veil Brains!!! otherwise all the butcher’s I’ve talked to said that I can get an entire head. I would have to crack open the skull myself… Yeah not in my apartment. Brains are so rich in cholesterol… like a fluffy egg. Fried and put in meat stock. Or slather it with marrow Yum. Yum yuuummmm. I suggest you Feel around for bone fragments before eating. It’s surprisingly good raw. Yo & Brains are on sale right now for Halloween. Yeah local is best but what are you going to do. It’s better than a processed supplement.

  • Doctor Macdougall, you mentioned just at the end, that you feel you had a guiding hand, guiding you through it. You are right the guiding hand has a name its God, & his son is Jesus. God has blessed you both with a long and satisfying life ��������

  • Protein is essential part of our life
    Help to build and repair the human tissue
    10 Delicious High Protein Foods that will help to live health life
    https://youtu.be/If9VEP15eeM

  • Would love to know if chicken thighs would get a higher rating if they are raised roaming on an organic farm picking in the fields where the grain fed is organic

  • Love Mary’s diet philosophy. The KISS method to great health. Breakfast: Hash brown potatoes, Lunch: Baked potatoes, Dinner: Mashed potatoes. Too many people overthink. Just keep it simple. Well done AJ.

  • Oats, beans and nuts all contain high levels of complete proteins. Actually 1/2 cup of oats contains 6 g of protein, the same as 1/2 cup of beans and one egg. Cocoa powder surprisingly contains protein but it’s not a complete protein(only 8 amino acids), it’s also loaded with magnesium and fiber.

  • Fenando a What’s the difference between FACTS & propaganda��the latter is untrue, do you think the filmCowspiracy is a fairy tale!!! 2ndly I do not medically!! Understand all that you listed physiological etc That’s why we take facts from qualified doctors��which you are not. As for his wife in an organisation that promotes the health of animals, SO WHAT, I doubt DOCTOR Barnard is held capture by his wife &forced into anything, he has been in the medical world for over 40yrs, idiot!!!!! as you so rudely say, So you didn’t have the *****to watch Cowspiracy ��a 5min FACTUAL film, go on, it’s just a few facts.

  • I only want to nitpick one point Dr. Saladino brought up. He said that he believes that human brain growth increased because we were eating fat. I don’t deny that fat is quite beneficial to our health, but I believe it was evolutionary pressures that selected smarter and smarter humans who were more successful at hunting. It could be argued I suppose that brain growth was because of fat and its abundant calories, but as we switched to hunting as our primary survival strategy, we were just naturally selected for intelligence as it is a big factor in a good hunt. Also why we remember landmarks well, our eyes detect motion before color, and we are pretty much the most advanced bodies for exhaustion hunting that this world has seen.

  • This video is not totally correct when talking about beef. Beef definitely contains all that he said but the human body, once fully grow no longer needs a huge amount of animal protein if any although the meat industry would have you believe otherwise! Adult humans should be getting protein mainly from plant based. The body finds it incredibly hard to process meat and this is why if you eat lots of red meat in particular you can encounter lots of health problems. Any foods where the body takes like 24 hours to process is not good a lot of energy used up just trying to process the food out of the body and utilise it. Once adults. our bodies are no longer growing so we don’t need a lot of certain animal products anymore. Children are different, their bodies are growing and they should be very active, therefore their bodies are using up these proteins more efficiently than adult bodies. Too much red meat can also contribute to disease. If you are critically ill, red meat will not contribute to healing the body. What does contribute to healing the body is huge amounts of greens variety and berries not forgetting herbs and in tea forms. This should in itself tell you something. In fact, for critically ill too much red meat would continue to keep your body in an unhealthy state. The new controversial on red meat is everything but wrong, It is so correct. Just like the new controversial on eating lots of healthy fats is good for you and fact, you will lose weight, is also correct.

  • 1. Fish protein is linked to premature death.
    2. Eggs are associated with premature death, higher cholesterol, more oxidizable cholesterol, prostate cancer, diabetes.
    3. Red meat is linked to heart disease, cancer, diabetes dementia its protein not only spikes insulin, but also raises IGF-1 and mTOR and also its heme-iron could be blamed. Of course broccoli protein is better.
    Not telling the whole story is as bad as lying.

  • Your emphasis on, and explanation of, context is excellent, which is why chicken should have been included in this video, but not broccoli.

  • We can’t just eat animal meat? Really? Talk to Shawn Baker. Evolution? lol. What a joke. Adaptation but not evolution. Sorry we didn’t evolve from monkeys. There are still monkeys around. Were they the slow learners?
    If you think we evolved…why are we not adapted to any environment on Earth? We don’t do well in the Sun…it burns our skin and we can’t survive the cold like animals that live in those environments.
    If we evolved shouldn’t we be doing better in these harsh environment than we are? Evolution is not about getting worse.
    Go back to the drawing board…you’re way off base.

  • I cant believe people believe this!!! What he isnt saying is that our bodies are designed to consume glucose from carbs as its primary fuel source, NOT FAT! Thats how our body works. Our teeth and mouth action is more akin to a horses, who do not eat animals! Also, carnivores, such as big cats have a different chewing motion, but the biggest give away is that carnivores have a much shorter transition time in breaking down their food, about 5/6 hours. Humans take much longer to break down meats. Veg n fruits 3/6 hours but proteins from meat take 12/18 hours but we are not actually designed to process meat. We can do it but it isnt hat good for us! We can burn fat as a fuel source but this is a secondary function, for in times of scarcity. He is blinding people with facts no one can really prove and itnt actually saying much except repeating the word fat n making people think it’s ok to consume. This is brainwashing at its best. Been used for years. He is putting it into peoples consciousness that fat n eating animals is ok and from the comments, you can see people are falling for this. Is he just pushing the Keto diet but renaming it the carnivore diet!…He obviously hasn’t read the Gospel of Peace….I dont think Jesus agrees with him.

  • +AuthorityNutrition Hey there! I am just really interested in knowing what would you say about hormones and cholesterol in eggs. Also I would really like your opinion on Doctor Campbell The china study book. Honetly, I don´t think the title of this video is accuarate. Not that super healthy in my opinion.

  • The Japanese wagyu producing cows are mainly fed grains and occasionally beer. Moreover they are hardly allowed to move or graze and kept in narrow confinements. Their meat is marbled with fat and I wonder if you consider this healthy.

  • Moronic arguments, stop BSing with the LDL cholesterol. High Insulin and glucose with high Lp(a) is the reason CVD.
    Low insulin and glucose with high LDL makes no difference to mortality.

  • A few years ago I lost 35 pounds and weighed 150lbs at 5′ 8″ and people were always telling me to stop with the dieting you are way to thin…lol

  • 1. Fish protein is linked to premature death.
    2. Eggs are associated with premature death, higher cholesterol, more oxidizable cholesterol, prostate cancer, diabetes.
    3. Red meat is linked to heart disease, cancer, diabetes dementia its protein not only spikes insulin, but also raises IGF-1 and mTOR and also its heme-iron could be blamed. Of course broccoli protein is better.
    Not telling the whole story is as bad as lying.

  • I have been reading the book called the elephant people. Set in 50s Bush in Africa and the hunters would sell elephant fat at a premium of 9pennies compared to the 6 pennies for meat.
    The people were lean and ultra fit and healthy.
    Pure ancient people have done this since before the pyramids.
    Nature knows best

  • Parrots and monkeys in the Amazon and Orinoco basins crave always for clay in order to control the effects of tannins and other vegetable substance in their diet, that’s a fact, those animals have a simple digestive system and they need to control those substances.

    Anatomically their digestive system is much similar to ours.

  • Except we are Omnivores NOT Carnivores. I agree Animal Fat is super important and we need a LOT of it but we are still Omnivores. You should check our the work of Weston A. Price, DDS.

  • At 8:25 It was all good until he mentioned “millions of years of evolution”, which never happened: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CFYswvGoaPU

  • You have to eat just when you feel very hungry, and then you have to do a great job to get food! Not eating overfilled and going just to the fridge and grabbing the next thing! Food has ALWAYS to be very fresh! Not pre-cooked and for months stored in an aluminized plastic bag! Then you have to look and think about carefully how your food came to the table and how is its impact on nature! That is very important!
    Do not think I need fat or I need meat or I need vegetables, better look around what is available nearby. And be satisfied with your small portion of food amount.

  • Yep, need the same breakdown on seafood (of course, ONLY wild, not farmed). In the Pacific NW, salmon (in season) is everywhere, otherwise frozen (nutritional difference?); oysters are also common. Then, canned fish (sardines and salmon). Turkey would be good to know. More info on bacon would be nice (would help me justify eating it). Finally, I guess a “low carbon footprint” is important to me, so I try to buy locally (which sadly cuts out Butcher Box:-(

  • Eskimo’s Eat Seal Blubber…….I am walking again cause of Collagen. Bone Broth…..Nose to Tail Eating. Ancestral Supplements makes a Powdered Beef Organ Capsule……Highest Source of CoQ10 comes from beef Heart….B12 from Liver……Iron. Educate Yourself about Nutrition….50% of these Assholes will LIE to you for a Paycheck!

  • I just made myself a slice of supposedly sour dought bread with a lot of orange creamy goose lard. Plus another slice with fatty sausage out of the glas. Hmmmm yummy!

  • These people are the BEST! Makes me wonder why Dr McDougall is overlooked on some of the big program panels. He’s dedicated his life to making people healthier by eating properly. Love this man.

  • Chef AJ. I can’t find the live stream comments anymore. I can’t find your answer to omega 3 and what to do for health. ��❤️. Please help!

  • I’ve never understood when vegetarians and vegans say that it’s wrong to eat meat because we’re part of nature and “The circle of life”?. Have they never just looked at nature? Everything lives off of and preys on something else.

  • Linguistic point: Wiracocha rose from Lake Titicaca, where llamas, alpacas, and vicunas were the primary animals sacrificed. Sometimes even today, just the fat is sacrificed because it is the most valuable part, the portion due to the gods (much as the fatty portions were preferred sacrifices in the Bible). “Sea of Fat”, therefore can refer to the place of sacrifice, where fat and blood floated and rose to the surface. A very evocative image, but one foreign to modern “civilized” people and often missed.

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  • This guy seems fairly intelligent. I’m not sure why he believes in the evolution nonsense. To think humans evolved from monkeys is laughable.

  • There’s a difference between saying animal fat is HEALTHY, and saying plants are somehow UNHEALTHY, or actually causing people harm.

    I think a simple pubmed search will find thousands of studies, showing the benefits of different types of plant compounds to human health,

  • Wow what an amazing legacy interview. This is an important document. Praise to Chef AJ for getting such an interesting and intimate conversation from these two greats.

  • Fatty beef is unnatural and was sold to gullible population when poor animals were forced to eat grains and not the food they were designed to eat. Another bullshit polarity.

  • Sorry, you’re wrong, we are frugivores: https://creationislove.com/wp-content/uploads/human-biology-indicates-our-optimal-food-diet-a-comparison-of-digestive-systems-for-frugivores-omnivores-carnivores-herbivores-hires.jpg

  • It certainly is..unless it is produced in a factory or feed lot farm.. Natural Grass fed (or wild) is what you are taliking about. I hope..other than that you are talking shit

  • Wonderful presentation! However, please note that the Levant is not anywhere in Africa it mostly covers the western part of the Arabian peninsula (modern Syria, Israel, Lebanon and Jordan).

  • Thank you, Chef AJ for having these two on. Dr. Mcdougall is the very first doctor I found to help me eat healthy. Although, through the death of my Mom & Husband, I would briefly slide back, I always found my way back. This time it’s been almost 4 years & I’m sticking with it. I’m 62 & not only am I in good health (no meds), normal weight & feeling great, the bonus is I started running 4 years ago & still going strong! It’s been an excellent outlet for getting through anxiety, depression & this pandemic. I love you guys & I have all of your books, too. So grateful for you. Peace.

  • In south Africa where they have the eland antelope the San people worship it above all the other lean meat buck because it has a lot of fat. It has dewlap below its neck with lots of fat.
    Fat is very difficult to come by in nature. Likewise for sugar and honey. The brain is a fatty organ so it stands to reason that it requires feeding of fat.
    Likewise the polar bear will strip the fat off the seal before any meat eating. And will often leave the meat if it can get another seal easily.
    Lastly why is the most expensive thing in the restaurant always the best steak in buttery sauce or the millions spent on the high fat content in bluefin tuna.

  • What about Certified Organic Wild Caught and Sustainable Sardines? I have been substituting them for chicken for the fat and omegas?

  • So many people have such extreme opinions here, like in politics, it’s either perfect or it’s pure evil. Why do you get so angry about someone’s opinion on food? All things in moderation, folks! There are degrees of good and bad in most things. If you eat fatty red meat every day, you may develop heart disease. If you only eat broccoli for your protein, you may end up malnourished, which will probably shorten your life. My grandparents’ generation had many centenarians who never worried about what they ate like our generation. They ate to live. They were farmers so they didn’t have to worry about having enough food. They ate whole foods without chemicals or GMO’s, because that’s all there was. They cooked with lard, made their own butter and bread, and ate lots of red meat and very little processed foods. They ate fresh vegetables and fruit in the summer and canned ones in the winter. They didn’t call each other names and get all angry because someone ate a steak or voted for a different candidate, it’s not personal.

  • Hands down… the best interview you have done Chef AJ!!! I could listen to Mary talk all day long…she is such a wealth of information. Please beg her to come back and cook some of her favorite simple meals. That would be soooo awesome!! I just love the Mcdougalls sooooooooooo much!!!!!

  • One group says one thing, another group says another, welcome to the wonderful world of ignorance. Even our sciences are consensus based, conflicting, and propaganda driven, further indication we are truly a retarded species.

  • I really appreciate Paul’s work but suet and bone marrow caused rapid weight gain and insomnia along with some bouts of diarrhea.
    I just stick with fatty meats and fish and eggs. A little butter too. Feel so much better.

  • These people are the BEST! Makes me wonder why Dr McDougall is overlooked on some of the big program panels. He’s dedicated his life to making people healthier by eating properly. Love this man.

  • So how much is the Meat and Dairy industries paying Paul Saladino?????

    Humans don’t need meat to survive or for protein. The Human anatomy is not designed to eat meat….period!!!!

    Why doesn’t this guy talk about all the harmful toxins and Uric acid that comes from meat that leads to cancers and other diseases……..or fats resulting to clogged arteries and heart disease…..the list of problems go on and on and on!

    Stop sucking the sack bro…..don’t listen to this guy…he’s full of shit!!!!!!

  • 19:00 this quack disagrees with Mayo Clinic and American heart association. Saturated fat is healthyriiight. So if we can’t digest much animal protein you should call animal protein an “antinutrient”

  • Would love to know if chicken thighs would get a higher rating if they are raised roaming on an organic farm picking in the fields where the grain fed is organic

  • Why did you not speak on the Inuits? Their diet is primarily seal fat and fatty fish. I would like to hear about any studies done on these indigenous people or any other indigenous people’s whose diets are based primarily on just animal fat. Is this the Keto Diet on steroids? Thanks.

  • Alot to digest there, mentally and actual digestion! Ha ha! Definitely going to be adding bison to my well round Robin on meats I eat. Thanks!

  • so for a number of years you have fed men and women processed meats and after many years they developed cancer, right? Is that how the study was done? Or are we talking about an epidemiological study which has no real scientific elements to it?

  • Paul, you do great work..but please do not promote Freemason BS with evolution and darwinism..you lose so much credibility…even assuming that crap was real..no way no one knows what happened with humans a few hundred years ago…let alone millions..so stop with the stuff you can’t prove and stick to facts my friend…the carnivore community is not watching CNN and voting…we are awake..so treat us with respect and get the nonsense out of your presentations.

  • I have a question to link the boost in brain growth the ability to hunt and eat animal food shouldn’t have predators bigger brains too? or are predator animals not getting as much of the fat compared to early humans?

  • Over the course of the past 10 years numerous physicians and researchers have come out, and presented compelling evidence and arguments against the popular nutritional “wisdom” which has vilified fat. I now believe, having listened to physicians such as Dr. Paul Saladino, Dr. Georgie Ede and Dr. Shawn Baker that one of the last nutritional myths that society must be disabused of is this wide spread notion that plant foods are sacrosanct and packed full of nutrition. While many have subscribed to the efficacy of low carb nutrition, many still hold onto this notion that plant foods still have tremendous nutritional value. Hence, the common low carb practitioner will always eat a heap of non-starchy vegetables along with their fatty cut of meat. At a high level, just looking at the nutritional profile of these plant foods, you would think that the assumption that plant foods are high in nutrition is correct. However, when you factor in the poor bioavailability of these plant nutrients, the low quality of these nutrients, and the antinutrient content of plants which prevents the absorption of these nutrients, a completely different picture emerges. It is thanks to Dr. Saladino, Dr. Ede and Dr. Baker that my eyes have been open to the possibility that plants are not this glorious panacea to all that ails us.

  • I’m very surprised chicken breast was not in the top 5 as for best protein especially for those active in the fitness/adding lean muscle mass world.

  • Interesting how this movement continues to refuse to separate factory farmed meat vs. grass-fed pastured meat ad wild game. Meaning, none of you actually have any science to back up your statements, because you are not using scientific integrity in your argument. I see three globalist shills who are pushing a GMO agenda.

  • Regarding a Q & A question. I tried cow brain, and it was very unamazing. I like liver, heart, tongue and sweetbreads, but brain and kidneys taste like garbage.

  • Nope, I like the lean steak. Lots of it. I just do. Sorry. I don’t like the texture of fat on meat, forget about the gristly stuff like tendons. Unrendered fat is so unappealing and yuck. Not everyone has the same palate as Paul Saladino. I cut off the visible fat on my steaks, not because I fear it, just don’t like the taste/texture. But, I’ll add butter on top! Cultural and habit, probably, but that’s not gonna change at age 52.

  • The deep state, your government,the big corporations are all working together to depopulate the planet. Pretty much do the opposite to everything the suggest. They are pushing the plant based thing alongside the incorrect carbon threat etc.

  • People who have food scarcity would rightly value the calorie density of animal fat, but this material is for an audience who don’t suffer from calorie scarcity..

  • Are we talking 400 Grams of actual “Protein” (for a bigger 90kg man) or 400 grams of Meat?.. 400 grams of Beef equals about 100 grams of actual Protein so what are we talking here?

  • we’re entering a period of enlightenment with regard to nutrition and vaccines. it’s a good thing because we’ve been wrong for so long. sorry big agra and big pharma. the truth is coming out.