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The Dr Oz Show Bison Meat is Healthy & Guilt Free?!

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Nutrition & Healthy Eating: About Foods High in Iron

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VEGAN DIET SCIENCE: Are Eggs Bad? Vegan Bodybuilding? Is Red Meat Bad?

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Top 5 Lean Protein Foods You Should Eat

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Is Red Meat a Healthy Protein?

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Relatively speaking, oats are a decent source of protein for a grain. One cup cooked has about 6 grams protein. Stir in a little peanut butter, sprinkle with some chia seeds and you’re on your way to a meatless breakfast with enough protein to keep you feeling full all morning long. 9 / 10.

The best part about adding nuts to your diet as a healthy protein source is the amount of variety you have. Almonds, pistachios, walnuts, peanuts, and cashews are packed with all three macronutrients on top of essential micronutrients such as vitamin E, vitamin B6, magnesium, phosphorus, zinc, and potassium. Beans of all varieties are eaten around the world and provide an excellent replacement for meat when looking to get protein in the diet, as each cup of beans provides between 12-17 grams per cup (depending on which variety you eat). Between black beans, pinto beans and lentils, this hearty, plant-based chili boasts an all-star ingredient list of heart-healthy, fiber-filled legumes.

The best part? One serving will only cost you 2 grams of fat — nearly five times less fat than your average portion of beef chili. Here are 7 iron-rich foods that provide just as much—or more than—the 2 to 2.5 mg of iron in an average serving of red meat. MORE: 7 Foods With More Protein Than A Chicken Breast.

7) Canned Roast Beef Hash: This is similar to canned beef. “It has a ton of sodium in it [990 milligrams per can] and again, not so great for health (red meats are more dangerous than white meats) — also, not so good for the environment,” Hunnes says. Protein-filled comfort food? Feel free to have a second serving. These healthier pasta kits are made from beans and legumes— like black beans and red lentils—offering 21 grams of protein per cup and tons of potassium, vitamin C, and iron. moderntable.comAlter Eco.

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). Egg and foods containing egg are not suitable for people with an egg allergy. Protein content: 33% of calories in a whole egg. One large egg has 6 grams of protein and 78 calories ( 4 ).

The meat industry contends there is no link between red meat, processed meats, and cancer, and says that lean red meat fits into a heart-healthy diet. A meat industry spokeswoman criticized the.

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And… not just by adding high-protein ingredients like meat, eggs or beans, but purified sources, like dairy proteins, and vegetable proteins, including soy, canola and even the dreaded gluten.”

“Essentials of Food Science” by Vickie A. Vaclavik, Elizabeth W. Christian
from Essentials of Food Science
by Vickie A. Vaclavik, Elizabeth W. Christian
Springer New York, 2013

Many people associate meat with protein, but processed soybean foods, such as tofu, soymilk, and soy nut butter; various beans, peas, and lentils; nuts; seeds; and foods made from cereal grains (for example, wheat, and oats) are among the best sources of protein from plants.

“Essential Concepts for Healthy Living” by Sandra Alters, Wendy Schiff
from Essential Concepts for Healthy Living
by Sandra Alters, Wendy Schiff
Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 2005

All foods made from meat, poultry, seafood, beans and peas, eggs, processed soy products, nuts, and seeds are considered “protein foods”—as you will learn, meat itself (including beef, pork, or chicken) doesn’t need to be at the center of the plate to keep you healthy!

“Nutrition” by Paul M. Insel, Don Ross, Kimberley McMahon, Melissa Bernstein
from Nutrition
by Paul M. Insel, Don Ross, et. al.
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2016

These are powdered or liquid foods that contain protein from various sources, with the four most popular sources being whey, casein, egg, and soy, as well as plantbased supplements made from various foods such as quinoa, brown rice, peas, hemp, and even fruit.

“Thinner Leaner Stronger: The Simple Science of Building the Ultimate Female Body” by Michael Matthews
from Thinner Leaner Stronger: The Simple Science of Building the Ultimate Female Body
by Michael Matthews
Oculus Publishers, 2019

Beans, nuts, seeds, and soy products fit into the meat and beans/alternative group, providing not only protein, but also iron, zinc, magnesium, and calcium.

“Practical Applications in Sports Nutrition” by Heather Hedrick Fink, Lisa A. Burgoon, Alan E. Mikesky
from Practical Applications in Sports Nutrition
by Heather Hedrick Fink, Lisa A. Burgoon, Alan E. Mikesky
Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 2006

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

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

Because of this widespread concept, many concerned vegetarians use protein supplements, eggs and dairy, or extra amounts of legumes, brewer’s yeast, miso soy paste, seeds, and nuts combined with quantities of grain to ensure abundant and “complete” protein nutrition.

“Healing with Whole Foods: Asian Traditions and Modern Nutrition” by Paul Pitchford
from Healing with Whole Foods: Asian Traditions and Modern Nutrition
by Paul Pitchford
North Atlantic Books, 2002

Vegetable protein foods, including TVP, A. Legumes: 1 cup cooked soybeans or other beans, ¼ cup peanuts or peanut butter, 6 oz. soybean curd.

“History of Soybeans and Soyfoods in Canada (1831-2019): Extensively Annotated Bibliography and Sourcebook” by William Shurtleff; Akiko Aoyagi
from History of Soybeans and Soyfoods in Canada (1831-2019): Extensively Annotated Bibliography and Sourcebook
by William Shurtleff; Akiko Aoyagi
Soyinfo Center, 2019

Because low-fat, convenience meat products are greatly desired by consumers, isolated meat proteins as waterand meat-binding ingredients (e.g., pre-treated collagen and protein from low-value meats) will be likely to have an expanding market.

“Proteins in Food Processing” by Rickey Y. Yada
from Proteins in Food Processing
by Rickey Y. Yada
Elsevier Science, 2004

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  • I um found her um very interesting but she er had a certain er habit which I um found very um distracting.
    20,000 “ums” in 1 lecture!

  • We do not make decisions based on rational, empirical data. We make them based on emotions. Even the most rational of us. To win this debate we have to appeal to the emotions of our opponents.

  • What a knowledgeable, articulate couple. Loves both of their talks. Wished I had know about plant base and them when I had SIBO. I am amazed how many amazing people you are introducing us to. Thank you.

  • I healed all my digestion probs with eating WFPB VEGAN, SOFAS free. I was on 3 different meds for them, & had one since birth, i am now 68.. Got off 5 of 6 meds, low thyroid i still have. xo

  • Even if you play devil’s advocate and say it is healthy, even if people don’t care about killing bison, grass-fed means more land is required yet less meat is produced dollar to dollar. We already designate so much land for animal ag. It would be bad for the environment. Plus, why create demand for an animal that almost went extinct?!

  • How can a doctor who has not experimented or tried the carnivore diet for at least 30 days give an educated/experienced opinion? They have no idea of what it does for you, the only one on the panel well versed was Dr. Lyons, who a very little time to give/discuss her research/experience/knowledge on the topic. They are all afraid she will actually sound so much more professional/intelligent and actually make sense. Unlike that Travis guy who in my humble opinion is a poor example of a doctor. Just saying.

  • Yes by all means steer people towards plant based only because the world is over populated anyway. The problem with your show os that you cherry pick “specialists” that suit your agenda. That, is NOT an educated and diverse discussion!

  • Don’t talk to vegans because they are totally biased. They think their lifestyle is the only lifestyle and that meat eaters are murderers and don’t care about animals… Just fyi, I’m a cat person

  • Thank you so much for making videos exposing the absolute hypocrisy and disgusting money-driven nature of the animal cruelty, ahem “meat”, industry. Dr. Oz spouts so much bullshit just for a buck so I guess his show is easy to dismantle. But you guys really put in good sources to back up why this is so wrong, not only for the animals, but our health as well. I’m so glad I found your channel <3

  • 58:00 but diabetics already have a high cholesterol….there is an S-curve for cholesterol. Once yours is very bad eating more cholesterol isnt doing much.
    But if your don’t eat high cholesterol foods and suddenly eat 1 or 12 eggs a day your health risks will change alot.

  • I’m a meat eater though, I do mix it up with vegetables & fruits most of the time. Even though I do agree with you & your opinions regarding meat, I’m one of those people that doesn’t give a shit! I have a belief system that is obviously quite different from yours. I’m a 44 year young male. I’m 6′ 185 lbs & I just passed my recent physical with flying colors. I believe that we only get to go on this ride one time and, I live my life in MODERATION! I don’t eat meat everyday &, I don’t just eat cereals, vegetables, beans, pasta, breads and all the other Vegan stuff every day either. My grandfather just passed away 18 days ago. He was 91. He raised cattle his whole life and, he ate beef nearly every day of his life. Same with my grandma, who lived to be 90. She ate beef nearly everyday. (She even smoked)��. I want to eat what tastes good, (within reason), experience this time I have here, and enjoy it along the way! I want to die with a beautifully marbled, 2″ thick, well seasoned, medium rare, grilled porterhouse steak in my belly! Not a fucking Rice Cake!!!!

  • Not to throw shade, I’m sure plenty have already done so but when you say “the facts are the facts because the science etc”.. Vegan and Vegetarian are not the same. For example. Cheese and eggs are not vegetables. So if you’re going to cover the science regarding vegan-specific body building, some random dude who used to be a vegetarian doesn’t mean anything.

  • Another place to effect change is with Insurance Companies. Insurance companies were behind self belts because they lowed loos exposure per accident. The same follow with diet as we will all age but how we age provides a tremendous unknown as to the actuarial impact.

  • Nice video content! Forgive me for butting in, I would love your thoughts. Have you ever tried Ponnordaz Impressive Remedy (search on google)? It is an awesome exclusive guide for discovering how to pack on solid muscle mass minus the normal expense. Ive heard some awesome things about it and my old buddy Taylor at last got astronomical success with it.

  • It’s stupid to avoid skin. Skin is usually good source of omega 3 EPA/DHA, also often GLA and even some CLA which are highly beneficial fatty acids. Also, under the skin there’s lot of vitamin D and some of vitamin A. Skin is also source of collagen which can be very healthy for digestive tract.

  • You said it, money talks….dr oz will promote anything for the ������, one day its vegan the next day paleo, this supplement that supplement. He’s the worst

  • I remember one day i ate 1 killo of chicken liver cooked with some onions. Next day…Gym. Chest day. Never ever felt my body so fcking strong!

  • How is it even legal for lies to be published in the name of science? Even bias can’t shift reality. If they aren’t considering all aspects (or avoiding aspects they don’t like) then it’s not science, and I don’t understand at all how it could be published in actual science groups.

  • Thank you for your comment but I am mostly vegan, and raw food, but my hospital tests show I need foods with less iron. could it because I was drinking a quart size green drink every day.. I do not have hemochromotosis. Thank you

  • I just wanted you both to know you guys are great and don’t let anyone tell you otherwise! I don’t know why anyone would doubt anything you say when the facts are right in front of us every single second of every single day. I would imagine they might be too scared to face the truth and they, like you always say, just like how i’ve been raise along with most others, are used to tradition and how they were brought up. I’ve been Vegan for almost a month now and I want to thank you for helping me decide to do the right thing. Would you possibly think about doing a response video to the documentary on Netflix called “Sustainable”? I feel as though Netflix is sending out the wrong message when they include great vegan documentaries with these type of off-track (probably meat industry-paid) farm documentaries on the “Trending Now” list. Maybe if someone were to look it up on Youtube, your video would possibly pop up right away, or right next to it showing how this is not the sustainable way to live as far as raising and eating meat/dairy/eggs goes. Thanks!

  • You said humans do not live as long back then compared to us today. Most people died from things having nothing to do with health back then.

  • This is just plain annoying. Why do people believe shows like Dr. OZ? Let’s not get into all the crazy stuff that is bad in meat. Meat is not healthy. You can start with arachidonic acid, methionine, HCAs, PHIP, Heme, TMAO, Transfats, Saturated Fat, Fat stored toxins (environmental pollutants) why is this a good idea at all… how is this healthy. It is has been the big push of low carb and biohacking that has pushed this along with industry to make people feel better about eating meat and eating dairy. I wish people luck… not something I am gambling with.

  • Diet is a personal choice, one can provide pros and cons for any personal choice of said individual. One thing that strikes me in regards to the meat consumption of chicken and cows, it’s pretty crazy to think that both of these animals sole purpose is to be consumed.

    There’s no wild cows roaming the lands or chickens running around, they are breed to be ate. Then meat eaters argument is lack of empathy for the animal, (who cares mentality) so is meat consumption a byproduct of a narcissistic society or age old traditions.

    Then the vitamin argument, this is a tough one because there’s so many vegans who uneducated take out meat to actually their detriment, one needs to be very well studied in terms of nutritional needs of the body before just skipping the burger at lunch. Moreover, we have awareness that veganism is a choice, as it wasn’t always easily available before.

    So to go vegan or not? As mentioned earlier this is solely a personal choice, is it helpful in some ways—yes. Can eating solely no meat for extended periods of times without guidance cause certain deficiencies—quite possibly. End of the day, it’s your responsibility for your own health and how you interact with the environment.

  • I respect everybody’s opinion, but vegan that’s your preference….I know a butch of people that are vegan and still overweight…..vegan whoopi-doo

  • Since I was honest in admitting that I agree with you ( on most of what you stated), I have to call you on the bullshit statement you made as well. Don’t pull this, ” they are scared, they don’t want to die” bullshit to push your agenda! Lying to promote your beliefs makes you no better than Ted Turner. They are directed where to move from the time they’re born to the time they die. They are moved from gates, to trucks, to slaughter houses just the same as they have always been. It’s just another walk in the park to them. Then POP!!! It happens so fast that, there is no other second. IT’S OVER! Don’t play to the ignorant to push your against. Don’t make it seem like they stagger around hurt and in pain before they die. That’s wrong to even let people that don’t know any better, to think that. They don’t feel the pain. It’s over in the blink of an eye!!!! That is humane!

  • I learn so much from these fantastic interviews! Thank-you, Chef AJ for asking all the right questions, and thank-you to your knowledgeable guests, Dahlia and James.

  • It’s 2020. If you didn’t try yourself and have no idea, then don’t talk shit about the topic. You just seem like big clown Jeff… ignorance is strong with this one.
    Why you connect with same clowns to support your bias rather than GojiMan or Simnet Nutrition etc? I wonder why… get better, open your mind and at least have the balls to admit you don give a fuck about environment and animals and learn difference between plant based diet and what veganism is. Veganism is not about diet…. ������

  • Soy is waist to our body, especially the GMO manipulation that’s in it today and impossible burgers are just poison. I’m sure if you knew what was in them,you’d never even touch impossible burgers.

  • How is that guilt free? I mean just because we are killing a different animal other then a cow that now makes things guilt free. Killing is killing Dr. Oz! That burger looked gross I am beyond happy I don’t eat meat anymore

  • the fact that people can even believe that animal fat is bad for you, shows how powerful brainwashing is. your body STORES everything you dont need as ANIMAL fat. why on earth would our body evolve to do that if it was toxic? wouldnt we carry arround sugar stores if we were ment to run on that? get good quality pasture raised organic animal FAT and its not unhealthy… obviously the caloric intake has to be balanced but thats a total different story. SUGAR and plant OILS are killing you….

  • I heard “ You will keep on eating and eating until your body gets the nutrients it needs to live.” And “you are what you eat. “
    The adipose tissue is. 16 to 1 ratio omega 6 to omega 3 in North Americans. I understand it should be 4 to 1 or better 1to 1. I carry 1000 meals on my body yet am still get hungry even on low carb.
    I think the body says keep on eating until the ratio is 4 to 1 or 1 to 1 which is optimal.
    So I cut omega 6 to as low as I can and omega 3 to as high as I can in my calorie limits and my body is normalizing. Getting healthier. Getting less hungry. Loosing weight. Good bloodwork, proper health. I think this is the next step after low carb.

  • it bad enough to have corrupt politicians, and now having corrupt scientists making all this false claim is more disgusting. W-T-H!!!

  • I am very keen to know what happens to the gut microbiome after one’s colon has been removed. I had colon cancer 5 years ago and have a permanent ileostomy after total colectomy. I am whole-food plant-based and also take kombucha and yoghurt (soya milk based) daily. I have been interested in the gut microbiome for 2 years following a severe post-operative infection necessitating high doses of antibiotics. When the colon is removed, does the bulk of the microbiome which normally lives in the colon, migrate to the lower end of the ileum?

  • We have no obligation to other animal species. Plants are conscious and feel pain too so these ‘ethics’ are flawed. Stuff eats other stuff… It’s the circle of life.

  • Jeff, your a smart guy. Seems like you know the answer to the meat and eggs question but you are trying to find any small reason to say it’s not conclusive. The scientific consensus is that meat and dairy increase atherosclerosis, period. Everyday meat and eggs is not good. I’m sure you are familiar with Dr Esselstyn and his work. I am not a vegan but a pescatarian like your guest.

  • I would definitely say I don’t do well on a 100% vegan diet. I have started eating more animal proteins and it’s definitely helped.

  • What a coward wanting to feed your own bias. How about you chat with a leading doctor in the field promoting a whole food plant based diet like Dr. Michael Greger. Respect lost.

  • How does this Kamal guy not notice the horrible study design in the egg diabetes study? Pretty sure he is either intentionally ignoring this or he is actually bad at reviewing research in an unbiased fashion. Also for a “nutrition researcher” why does he constantly “experiment” with his diet on a large scale? Shouldn’t he be able to look at the research (since it is his job) and understand what foods are best to eat on a daily basis? I guess people are allowed to be bad at their job.

  • 1:23:00 or you just mix multiple vegan foods. Like tempeh and legumes which together have a great aminoacid profile to make it more bioavailable. Also leucine loses it’s boosts after 5gr which is very easy to do.
    Same goes for plant source of iron. Take it with vitC and it will be 3x more bioavailable. Even more so then iron from meat without the inflammation.
    Also meat is supplemented with B12 and plants like duckweed contains B12 itself from bacteria it has itself. 100gr contains 800% bioavailable B12.

    This feels very biased tbh.

  • meat is fine. nose to tail rumminants if u want all your daily nutrients with some salt and water. every vitamin the body needs is in meat!!! veggies or fruit arent essential to survive.

  • two degrees from john Hopkins? one of the must corrupt uni’s their is constantly putting out biasis research and studies, sorry that doesn’t hold a lot of weight.

  • Her stories of the IARC process and the bias involved are all part of Agenda 2030 by the UN. The goal is to keep the general population malnourished, in various states of illness, and dependent on modern medicine and pharmaceuticals.

  • Yeah let’s put 1 million people on an island with only fruit trees and vegetable plants and see how long it takes before cannibalism becomes an issue! It’ll probably start as soon as people realize they are the only living “Beings” on the island. Eachyo brotha bitch

  • I don’t understand why the first chart concerning diabetes was such a laugh G point. That came across like an in joke from all the people present. And it held no credibility what so ever.

  • The vegans will win in the end for 2 reasons only: animal rights and environmental protection. Due to their simplistic, peaceful, and freedom fighting approach carnivores have dropped the ball on these issues, and therefore are basically ignored, excluded, ridiculed and maginalized. The vegans have more $$$ and more power, and their (emotionally based) animal/planet strategy give them greater access to schools, government, medical community, and the media. To the vegans, it isn’t about humans, it is about animals & the planet. And the government aren’t about humans, animals or the planet they’re about $$$$.
    When I compare the 2 camps I think of it this way: vegans care about the planet & animals
    Carnivors care about people, then the planet and animals

  • I am so happy I found my way in life before it ended.. I only hope to have a an impact on those around me before I go <3 Thank you for everything you both do!

  • Yes we have eaten meat for hundreds or even thousands of years (does that make it right?) but a chicken (and others) are not what they once were factory broiler chickens are killed at just 6 or 7 weeks old and pumped full of antibiotics, barely able to support their own weight in really dreadful conditions. The reasons Vegans are so passionate (even annoying) is because of the many cruelty issues involved in modern farming and slaughter watch the videos and you’ll agree that things are bad/wrong. I am now “Plant Based” and not Vegan as such but I totally sympathise with just how badly we treat animals!:-)

  • Being plant based I definitely recover faster and have way more energy.also since not eating dairy I havent been sick in a very long time

  • Y don’t u vegan morons mind ur own business….and stop criticizing other people’s diet…..being vegan is ur choice….being non veg is their choice….

  • There’s excess data out there, some good, some bad, some biased, and some not. I encourage and adhere to low carb, with the main focus on whole foods vs processed foods or the least processed of foods. However, when I think about longevity we know there are far too many factors for some. For outcomes, look at the blue zones… or you can also look at George Burns. Two very different ways of living, but other parts of Maslow’s Hierarchy were likely adequate in both ��

  • Organic meat is fine. But the major health risk of meat mainly in the US is the hormones and antibiotics in factory animals we ingest. My friend’s daughter started getting periods 2-4 years early and was taken of meat and chicken by two endocrinologists. The hormones can effect our endocrine system profoundly at any age. The massive use of hormones create some very dangerous bacteria.

  • My only problem with vegans is how they act like wannabe martyrs. And how they push their documentaries that are filled with misinformation or straight up lies. Has anyone see “the game changer”? There’s a bullshit living room experiment where they blame “cloudy blood” on animal products, not realizing it’s cloudy because they’ve supplied their body with high amounts of TWO FUEL SOURCES. There is a video where they debunk this with KETO, achieving clear blood results with SO MANY ANIMAL PRODUCTS. WHAT!??!?! But…. BUt…. “cloudy blood?!”

  • 57:20 The way he looked at the egg study was disingenuous.

    For people already “maxing out their cholesterol levels” by eating the SAD, adding more eggs may not increase their blood cholesterol.

    Harvard just cant teach some things; to step back and use common sense.

  • I am an UNAPOLOGETIC OMNIVORE. When I want a steak or some pork, or chicken, I don’t ponder on how that animal lived before it ended up on my plate and in my gut. We humans are on top of the food chain by Design. Or for those who lack faith by natural selection. I’m sure when a carnivore in the wild wants to eat some meat, that animal could give 2 shits about it’s prey’s feelings. SOOOOOOOO IF WE ARE ANIMALS OF THE HIGHEST ORDER then why should we care about the feelings of some cow, or chicken, fish, or swine that we are about to feast on. As far as I am concerned I like nature’s candy aka fruit and some veggies along with grains and nuts true indeed. I ascribe to a well balanced somewhat high protein diet (I bodybuild noncompetitively). I eat meat and I try to eat the leaner cuts of meat, but I always try to eat it cooked not burnt, with a little bit of seasoning and sauce. I also will say that I have absolutely 0 regrets of doing so. However that’s me, to each his/her own. NO DOUBT!!!

  • For a vegan diet, why is it include fake meat dishes. Large variety of fruits nuts beans and vegetables but stay limited in options. If you don’t want meat don’t change everything so you can feel better just have a salad.

  • The fat and cholesterol found in eggs can harm heart health and lead to prostate cancer, colorectal cancer, and diabetes. Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine consisting of 12,000 plus physicians. https://www.pcrm.org/good-nutrition/nutrition-information/health-concerns-with-eggs Even studies funded by the American Egg Board show our arteries benefit from not eating eggs. nutritionfacts.org https://nutritionfacts.org/video/eggs-and-arterial-function/ and https://nutritionfacts.org/2015/08/20/what-do-eggs-do-to-our-arteries/ If you’re eating eggs, you might as well be smoking cigarettes for health!

  • I hate to break this to people, you have much more research to do!! this is one of many areas we are LIED TO!!!! the media is corrupt, the agencies are corrupt,the information centers are manipulated. Our history is a LIE!!! almost everything we have been told is false or twisted. 
    best thing i have done is sell my T.V. 10 yrs ago.

  • You say that animal meats contain iron just because they needed as well… well that for me is not a compelling reason to support the Iron presence in their meat so can you be more clear on how Iron is specifically found in animal meat?

  • Video keeps saying vegan but many are junk food vegans and not plant based. A raw food diet is a true vegan diet. Many vegans and vegetarians are not plant based but more starch based

  • On the topic of processed meats being healthy because they are preserved using nitrates; according to this video processed meats become unhealthy when heated quickly because [insert science] reacts with the nitrates used to preserve the meat. Does that mean that I could eat say hotdogs cold and get the health benefits of added nitrates in my diet, while at the same time dodging the negative health effects of processed meats?

  • Nina! You are an earth Angel! Thank you from my soul for all the hard work that you do and have done! I just cannot express. I am IN sista! Signing up for all that I can!!!!!

  • This guy was more confusing than clarifying. He seemed to contradict himself. Way to wordy and broad without a full answer? Oh well. I M not a vegan but I have done it for a year and it’s not that bad and my cholesterol and A1C dropped from prediabetic to normal in a few months. I M not overweight and have been lifting and eating the typical 180-200g protein, 180g carbs 50-70g fat type of diet and training hard for years. I felt great but as jeff said its a pain to hit macros consistently as a vegan. That’s coming from someone who lives in OC California too lol.

  • …In a brewing local company in South of Colorado ; I remember A quote I use to be organic a food person But one day I discover that everyone Die of natural causes.

  • Regarding that Michael Gregor study on protein you showed, I’d suggest another source he actually cites MICE used in vivisection experiments in that, as if that had any valid connection to protein requirements for humans. Don’t forget, vivisection is immoral as well.

  • After watching this, I looked up the 2020 guidelines. It’s the SAME! 3 meals a day, low fat, plant oils, less sodium, less saturated fat and more plants.

  • healthy user bias is a stupid argument, and also vulgar.
    You are saying doctors are wrong, but lambast people who don’t believe what doctors say.
    You say eating meat is healthy but that people who eat meat are stupid.

  • Got it, all the data about red meat is bad data. There appears to be no data presented on the health aspects of eating red meat. You dispute the guidelines but never say how they should change except people should eat saturated fat and red meat. You have to come up with an argument before you can expect people to change.

  • I went high meat and dairy two days ago and today I was able to sprint for the first time since school. I am 54 and have been in and out of vegan, vegetarian, high fibre for past 14 years trying to gain better health, suffering from so called IBS due to abusing my body with fibre and fibre supplements. Today I had two tablespoons of saturated fat for lunch and the past two days a flat stomach for the first time since 14 years ago. I feel great.

  • Eat real foods in moderate amount and have veraiety in your meals how hard is that to follow i don’t know why people are just complicating nutrition so much

  • I know this video is old, but I just want to note: the discussion on saturated and trans fats. Now, I love my junk food (obvious by the myfitnesspal tracker on my phone), but ever since I went vegan I’ve craved that less and although I’ll go over my fat limit when I eat more in general (today’s was a cashew butter binge) my saturated and trans fat levels stay UNDER their limits. Food for thought, dr oz.

  • I agree this d OZ is sound really stupid and childish
    For sure he was told to advertise bison meat
    When I was watching your video I got confused, since Iam on keto diet and just now bought bison meat.
    So really it’s hard to know what is good for our body

  • Ummmm, she showed a graph that showed a very strong correlation between meat and heart disease which is the number 1 cause of death for modern humans, and completely glossed over it concluding that red meat doesn’t cause heart disease. That was pretty disingenuous and made me think she very much holds her own bias. What gives?

  • Hey guys! You are so good at this �� I just saw this episode of seeker about meat… https://youtu.be/FGsIw-ucE0U
    There are some really wrong info, some of them make sense but please make the response video. They are big channel (3 million subscribers) so it is important to say the TRUTH ������

  • I’m not saying this about you. Obviously �� your not like the rest of vegans that look like scalator on meth. But yea what is up with them. Hair falling out, missing periods, if u can fix them I’m in

  • Meat is a basic bodily requirement to true by more healthier by cutting it you need your mom to cut it while carrying you and when born never have it

    Reason being there ARE protein you need that you CANNOT get for anywhere else meaning your body has to adapt to not having it better to start before your even born

    But guess what kids rebel and will give you the finger

  • ok, what the heck is up with the worlds fascination with RAW meat? that burger was f*cking RAW and that steak thing they cut open was STILL BLEEDING!!! and the add for blue ribbion? THE STEAK WAS F*CKING RAW!!
    the shits not even medium rare its RAW!!

  • Oh come on, that whacker skinny gutted vegan nutcase cardiologist is a member of the Seventh Day Adventist Church. That’s his vegan beliefs and where they all come from. Just like all the other Church foot soldiers. They really believe all that crap.

  • Katz is a shill of the industry even though he claims he isn’t, look up his conflicts of interest. THI is driven by almost exclusively vegetarians/vegans and huge bias. Look up their tactics to discredit papers that are way better science than the stuff from Walter Willett. It’s like the maffia, seriously troubling (I know this sounds like a conspiracy theory but unfortunately it’s not).
    Kahn is an idiot that doesn’t understand science.

    We have ZERO evidence meat is unhealthy. (epidemiology doesn’t count)

    We have plenty of evidence that shows plant-based nutrition lacks a wide variety of nutrients. There’s studies showing vegans are way more prone to get bone fractures and depression and more things.
    If people give up meat, they will most certainly run into deficiencies, because it’s bloody hard to get a complete diet without meat, if not impossible.

    Less meat = more sick = higher health care costs and a huge climate impact through medication production and healthcare pollution.

    Oh and more intensive plant agriculture will rapidly degrade our soil and soon we can’t grow anything on it anymore. Nutrients in plants are already droppinng rapidly. The world will break down.

  • Highly recommended is Edith Efron’s book about the state of cancer research, “The Apocalyptics.” She eviscerates IARC. It’s one of the most outstanding books about the politics and processes of scientists ever written.

  • Interesting conversation! I think Dr. Lyon hit the nail on the head. When you tell people to eat more plants that gives them a hall pass for processed ‘plant-like’ foods (e.g. pizza, pasta, bread etc…).

  • I actually thought maybe he was featuring the Beyond Meat burgers at first… and then I was horrified. How can bison burgers be “guilt free”?! Get a clue Dr. Oz.

  • I enjoy red meat but I am definitely conscious on how much I eat of it just bcus it produces extra estrogen that I cannot have in my diet.

  • She gets on the vegetarians for not disclosing their conflict of interest of being vegetarians, but I can’t find her disclosing any conflicts of interest herself. At the very least she seems to have one: I assume she eats lots of red meat? Not trying to say she’s wrong, but there are a lot of persuasion tactics used in this video, which some people can take as red flags.

  • Turning/being vegan for ethical reasons is the biggest fallacy. I appreciate the empathy for animals however where do you draw the line? Imo the only way to solve the ethical issue is to cull the world’s population and grow your own food. However then we are faced with yet another ethical issue. Can’t have your cake and eat it too though right? Haha

  • Did vegans ever stop to wonder why a creator or evolution would favor a diet missing essential nutrients? Okay with the B12, amino acids, food combining? How about vitamins that are only fat soluble? A,D,E,K??…. how any centuries ago did they they start that nonsense? Do they REALLY think early humans were supposed to supplement? And if veg/grain was primary fuel, why is it in second position in the digestion? Fats and proteins are digested in the stomach, grains and most veggies are digested in the large intestine, (the backup system) by bacteria.
    Vegheads, no response is necessary. Just think logically for a few minutes.

  • A good, seemingly non-biased summarization of soy and its long-term health effects: https://www.health.harvard.edu/newsletter_article/an-update-on-soy-its-just-so-so
    Best regards, Norwegian Medical Doctor (previously sceptic of processed soy)

  • Do just the opposite of what the TOP EXPERTS HVE TOO SAY!! Fake news! fake money! Take your health into your own hands and Be your own EXPERT!! Great talk.. Thank you Thank you..

  • I believe that our reduction in saturated fat intake in the past 30 years is one cause of autism in children. The brain is predominately fat. You aren’t doing your children any favour by reducing their saturated fat intake and that some day in the future it will be revealed to be the case.

  • 8:29 ‘There’s certain animals that have a greater ability to suffer’. What does that mean, Jeff? Have you seen footage of pigs, cows, chickens, turkeys etc. being slaughtered? None WANT to be killed or kept in horrific conditions. Buddhists technically have a greater ability to suffer through mindfulness they can achieve. Doesn’t mean causing them suffering is any more justified than any other person right? Of course not.

    Your point here seems purely based on what you’re telling yourself, not the physiology of the animals who are suffering. Also, you can’t truly say you’re ‘ethically pro-vegan’ and NOT be vegan. It’s an oxymoron like saying ‘I abhor racism’ and then laughing at a racist joke. If you were truly ‘ethically pro-vegan’, you would be vegan.

  • Doctors, lawyers, scientists, politicians, heart surgeons, brain surgeons, nutritionists, are highly educated, know their craft but they have one thing in common That can make them all untrustworthy-they are all human. They go to the bathroom like everyone else, they have bias, can be prejudiced, racist, narcissistic, mentally deranged (mainly politicians) or corrupt (Again mainly politicians). Point is these people aren’t God and can make mistakes and do. When they do, just like all humans they will try to cover it up, explain it away or just out and out lie to protect their own reputations. There are Very few of these scientists or doctors that make these recommendations that don’t have a horse in the race. In the end they want that horse to win. Do you research find out who these professionals are sponsored by, how they make their money, who pays their check. In order for you to trust someone they must be trustworthy (did I mention I hate politicians).

  • If you are vegan, which is a viable option, just make sure on average your getting double the amount of protein, since it is absorbed at about 40-70% depending on the plant source. It is also less bioavailable. Get more plant based protein on a vegan diet.

  • I’ve noticed this is the problem with most people with most everything. They just read the headline and never read the story behind the headline and then don’t critically think through the substance or dig further for their own perspective. Many things are taken at face value. ����‍♀️

  • A few years ago I wouldn’t have questioned the bison burger bullshit at all. Healthy meat? Sure, gimme some of that. Thanks for continuously educating all of us. Really appreciate your videos!

  • This is hard to watch or listen to. It is getting harder to deny the negative impact of animal products on labor, health, the economy and the environment. The evidence for a plant-based diet is real. I have been vegan for 5 years and feel great. Furthermore, it is amoral and unethical to kill any animal, human or otherwise, regardless of “tradition”. I do not want myself or anyone in my family to be slaughtered. I eat delicious and nutritious vegan food everyday. Some people need to open their eyes. You have nothing to fear and everything to gain. Liberate all sentient beings..

  • If lions could farm zebras, they would. #PredatorLife
    To deny your nature is to deny nature, evolution, and scientific advancement. Vegans need to get the fuck over themselves.

  • Hmm, invest 34 minutes watching a video by… some silly journalist who got absolutely stomped in a debate with David Katz? Pass for now. Pass on this, and pass on the fiberless, antioxidantless, parasite-riddled, acidic, decaying, stink-inducing, bioaccumulated toxin sponge that is meat. ��

  • On the upside, lab-grown meat is by all right and reason vegan-friendly, so eventually when we learn to scale growing healthy, nutritious, fatty meat, they can join in.

  • Appreciate the insightful video. However, most videos I’ve seen regarding diets. Always list foods not to eat. Can you do one about healthy foods for a great diet. Thanks

  • I have been vegan for years now, and i have never felt better. I am always concerned about Iron and LdL cholesterol because of some of the research has been done. Now im confused, i feel good so I am sure there is something to that.

  • It’s depressing how many dishonest, low IQ, bias, agenda driven shills there are with PhDs and influence. What ever happened to honest science, intellectual honesty, self respect, integrity, and facts? why is it, a person like myself with no degree, but a high IQ, does a better job of research and fact finding than “scientists and doctors”? I even do a better job of diagnosing my ailments than my GP does. It’s a sad state of affairs when I have to direct my doctor to the required tests to show them that the issues I’ve identified are actually the issues I have. Every single test they’ve done has come back positive for my diagnoses every time, even when they’ve told me I’m wrong. They never apologies for that though.

    It’s as I say, doctors are not intelligent people, they are lucky to be in a family and area where they can get into uni and remember the stuff they were taught. They don’t think or question, they just regurgitate like parrots. The intelligent ones become the pioneers of new and cutting edge medicine.

  • Corn fed or soy fed commercial meat can’t be healthy because of what the animals are fed and getting little to no exercise. There are several nutrients in meat that cannot be obtained through plants and that is a fact vegans can deny until they die or actually do some reading and face up to the facts.

    We will never get any “facts” as long as vegans get to through responsible meat eating i.e. grass fed, free range, or wild game meat in with animals raised in cages and fed grains, soy, and corn. And as long as multi billion dollar agricorps are trying to feed the masses the cheapest stuff on Earth and convincing people it’s for their health, pumping money into cherry picked, bogus pseudoscience to make veganism look like a long term healthy diet.

    Vegan degeneration is real. Very few people can sustain a vegan diet and maintain health and an even smaller amount of people can actually be healthy on a vegan diet. Once you get past the retired athletes, the less than 5 year vegans athletes that are beginning to degenerate, the steroid vegans, and the fake vegans, what’s left?

    Healthy people, or skinny-fat people experiencing inflammation, gut and bowel issues who are in denial. I don’t see healthy vegans in the real world. Real world vegans I see are people in denial: deteriorating, skinny, and no muscle mass or fat and inflamed. Deep sunken eyes, cheek bones, smooth with no definition, and a distended belly like a starving Ethiopian child Or there opposite spectrum of fat vegans that are still somehow obese and can’t figure out why that coconut oil isn’t working or how they are continuing to gain weight on a sugar based diet.

  • I love how you guys are like so salty that people are hating on vegans.
    YOU are the reason people do it, you are just as bad as the guy you were like “OH THIS IS SO BAD” like no, just stop. You do you, but.. you’re not making anything better. Try being a little nicer about it.

  • hi your nice looking but anyway my sister is enemic she’s always sick are there some foods you could recommend too improve her health? cheers,oh and im from australia so no american products that might not be sold in australia,thank you regards jarrod.

  • you all need to follow AHA regulations and continue to have cancer heart disease, stroke, alzheimer, dimentia, arthritis, high blood pressure and eat the large amounts of carbs so big food, big pharma and sick care industry can continue making big bucks. Don’t listen to Nina or you will destroy western industrial model.

  • Ive been on a binge watch of these videos for nearly 3 weeks. I cannot even begin to express hpw much my mind has been blown by all of this information. It is life changing and slots in so effortlessly with my suspicions of large food companies and manufacturing. We have been a sold a pup by dodgy science, big money, governments and propaganda.

  • Just Vegan Propaganda at its finest. Bison IMHO, is the cleanest and healthiest meat in North America, probably the entire world, along with Freshwater Fish and Free Range (Pasture Raised) Chicken. I eat Beef regularly, but I’d cut Beef out entirely and switch to just Bison when it comes to eating Red Meat, along with Wild Game such as Elk.

    Just because a Vegan diet works for one, doesn’t mean it works for all. I’m a testament to that, that a Vegan Diet made me feel the weakest and sickest I’ve ever felt.

    Meat is where it’s at. It’s the best source of protein on the planet! Nothing comes close! ��

  • I think itd be a good for you to make another one of these videos or an updated one. How to body build on a vegan diet. idk lots of questions that you do a great job answering.

  • Bision for life. STAY STEONG & HEALTHY FREE OF CANSER. STAY AWAY DROM PLANT’S YOU DONT GET ALL THE VITIAMS YOU NEED TO STAY FIT.AND STRONG.

  • I was engaged until 1:22 where Jeff basically just discounted protein on a vegan diet when trying to build muscle. Its an unfair use a whole food vegan diet when you have “muscle building goals” when on an omnivore diet 95% of body builders supplement with powders. Generally I agree with the content Jeff produces but this was an unfair comparison and Jeff basically introducing his personal bias into the discussion

  • you guys really got a stick up your asses to come to those conclusions. it’s obvious what he meant for the mass majority of his viewers. That’s what I hate about vegans, you guys are so pretentious about being vegan and act like you guys are superior.

  • This just makes me want to cry… I think it is just so heart wrenching to see more animals being promoted as food like this esp on Dr Oz where sales of anything he promotes goes up significantly just because he recommended it… Those poor gentle beasts.:-(