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In the quest to eat for weight loss, it’s natural to want to get the most nutrient-dense, low-calorie, high-protein bang for your buck. That’s why you’ll often hear the term complete or incomplete protein. However, this label may not mean much for your health.

A good protein is one that is high in omega-3 fatty acids and low in saturated fats. It has a base in good nutrients like amino acids and vitamins. Proteins that are bad will have too much fat, sodium, and preservatives. This can be found in meat like.

Multiple other studies show that a higher protein intake is a good thing when it comes to your bone health. For example, it may improve your bone density and lower the risk of fractures. It also.

The problem with these labels is that they give a negative connotation to foods that can still be part of a healthy diet when enjoyed in moderation. When it comes to protein, certain sources contain components that, in large amounts and over time, could be damaging to your health. Everyone knows that fats are bad and that carbohydrates are suspect, but protein can do no wrong-or so we thought.

While many proteins are good, there are some that can be bad for your health. High-protein diets may reduce hunger cravings and help with weight loss. It seems higher protein diets may assist with weight loss. It is likely that high-protein diets promote weight loss because.

Consistent high doses of whey protein may also cause acne. From a nutritional point of view, whey protein is very unusual and does not have a natural equivalent. Some people believe that. Protein is a pretty common topic amongst the fitness community because it is the number 1 macronutrient involved in fitness gains and losses. Two weeks ago, we discussed how protein powders can vary greatly based on the quality and company that produces it.

You can take dietary supplements to restore collagen levels; however, there are positive and negative side effects associated with doing so. Supplemental Collagen Benefits According to a study published in 2017 by Biomedical Journal of Scientific & Technical Research, collagen supplements have many beneficial side effects. Bad protein is protein that misbehaves. Obedient protein that does what you tell it to do and behaves itself well is good protein.

You can train bad protein to become good protein with an attitude adjustment and a time out.

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Chicken egg or cow milk protein have been the two most common whole food choices, but any animal protein has the same high ranking, and so any meat or any fish could be used as a source of ideal protein as well.

“Should We Eat Meat?: Evolution and Consequences of Modern Carnivory” by Vaclav Smil
from Should We Eat Meat?: Evolution and Consequences of Modern Carnivory
by Vaclav Smil
Wiley, 2013

Though non-vegetarian sources tend to contain higher amounts of protein (in terms of both quantity and quality, because they have both the IAA and DAA), they are also usually high in fat (especially saturated or bad fats) and lack fibre.

“Don'T Lose Your Mind, Lose Your Weight” by Rujuta Diwekar
from Don’T Lose Your Mind, Lose Your Weight
by Rujuta Diwekar
Random House Publishers India Pvt. Limited, 2011

Protein can be ingested from whole food sources, but modern technology has enabled manufacturers to isolate some of the highest-quality sources of protein (i.e., whey and casein).

“NSCA’s Guide to Sport and Exercise Nutrition” by NSCA -National Strength & Conditioning Association, Bill Campbell, Marie Spano
from NSCA’s Guide to Sport and Exercise Nutrition
by NSCA -National Strength & Conditioning Association, Bill Campbell, Marie Spano
Human Kinetics, Incorporated, 2011

Animal proteins (e.g. in milk, meat, eggs) contain a good balance of all indispensable amino acids, but many proteins from vegetables are deficient in at least one indispensable amino acid.

“Kumar and Clark's Clinical Medicine E-Book” by Parveen Kumar, Michael L Clark
from Kumar and Clark’s Clinical Medicine E-Book
by Parveen Kumar, Michael L Clark
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2012

Cereals, rice, nuts, and legumes, such as beans, are protein rich, but their proteins are nutritionally incomplete, because they are low in one or more of the essential amino acids.

“Clinical Anatomy and Physiology for Veterinary Technicians E-Book” by Thomas P. Colville, Joanna M. Bassert
from Clinical Anatomy and Physiology for Veterinary Technicians E-Book
by Thomas P. Colville, Joanna M. Bassert
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2015

Animal proteins (e.g. in milk, meat and eggs) contain a good balance of all the indispensable amino acids, but many proteins from vegetables are deficient in at least one indispensable amino acid.

“Kumar and Clark's Clinical Medicine E-Book” by Adam Feather, David Randall, Mona Waterhouse
from Kumar and Clark’s Clinical Medicine E-Book
by Adam Feather, David Randall, Mona Waterhouse
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2020

Several recent studies showed that ingestion of a slowly digested protein (casein) leads to a more positive protein balance compared with the ingestion of a quickly digestible protein (whey) or a mixture of free amino acids in healthy, young subjects.

“Handbook of Anthropometry: Physical Measures of Human Form in Health and Disease” by Victor R. Preedy
from Handbook of Anthropometry: Physical Measures of Human Form in Health and Disease
by Victor R. Preedy
Springer New York, 2012

Our love affair with protein has been around for a long time.

“Whole: Rethinking the Science of Nutrition” by T. Colin Campbell, Howard Jacobson
from Whole: Rethinking the Science of Nutrition
by T. Colin Campbell, Howard Jacobson
BenBella Books, Incorporated, 2013

This amount of protein is not harmful, but if the diet is this high in protein, it is probably high in animal products, which tend to be high in saturated fat and cholesterol.

“Visualizing Nutrition: Everyday Choices” by Mary B. Grosvenor, Lori A. Smolin
from Visualizing Nutrition: Everyday Choices
by Mary B. Grosvenor, Lori A. Smolin
Wiley, 2017

Not all protein food sources are identical in quality: Complete proteins—such as those found in poultry, fish, meat, eggs, milk, and cheese—can maintain body tissue and promote a normal growth rate; incomplete proteins, such as vegetables and grains, lack essential amino acids.

“Illustrated Manual of Nursing Practice” by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
from Illustrated Manual of Nursing Practice
by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2002

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  • Great video, but scary at the same time.
    I bet those techniques used in the US to have a fully grown chicken ready to be sold are the same ones used in European countries and rest of the world as well.
    Making money is more important than our health, sad truth!

  • My Grandma and Grandpa both lived well into their 90’s and ate red meat meals, cheeses, and milk products regularly. Now, they ate fish and chicken too —they did not eat red meat every day, of course. they believed in fasting from meat usually like once a week. But they always ate in moderation, always included lots of vegetables. They loved carrots cabbage, garlic, onions, tomatoes, celery, potatoes and carrots. They were both thin, mostly disease free and never spent a day in the hospital —except in their very final days. But by then they were already in their 90s. Grandma lived to be 96 and just 6 weeks from what would have been her 97th birthday. Go meat!

  • What do shorter lifespans mean? Higher evolutionary adaptability. That’s why we have so many freaky looking breeds of dogs and cats.

  • I just ordered water lily snacks. Thank you for answering the question! I also enjoyed the point you made about carnivore animals naturally living shorter lives. I don’t think that the McBrain sandwich will make an appearance anytime soon, but I do think that there is mistaken confidence by some YouTubers in the “safety” of eating raw meat. Even if I wasn’t vegan, I would still think it was dangerous.

  • You’d figure the politicians would do something about this to help save money on future healthcare but they’re most likely getting paid off too.

  • Red meat/ Inuit / neu5gc: Understand neu5gc affecting inflammation… However the Inuits do have good health don’t they. How come they are not affected? Also how come the people consuming the carnivore diet share lower CRP when they share their numbers?

  • It appears that carnivores seem to have two things in common:

    Very short-length intestines and teeth designed for ripping and tearing. Humans have neither.

    My conclusion is to eat intuitively. We are each a unique bio-computer needing unique fuel to feed us/fuel us. Ask your body what it needs/wants. The answer will come almost instantly. Eat that. Notice how you feel after eating something. Trust your gut. It’s always right. Outside information is helpful. Your inner guidance is gospel. Trust yourself/your inner-guidance/your inner being. This applies to EVERY decision you ever make. Feels right? It is. Feels bad? It is.

    A new motto:

    Every day, wherever I go, I create a healthful, peaceful, loving and joyful world both for myself and for everyone around me.

  • Can you show me some cheap but clean sources of protein? Chicken is like very cheap in my country ánoptimal choice for building muscle. Thanks!

  • All chicken is bad United States was a beef country before the 1980s and a metal country now we eat more chicken and more Plastic Products in our food making us crazy

  • I was shocked to discover that low IGF1 would increase total mortality. So you if physically inactive can reduce, perhaps, your risk of some cancers by avoiding meat, while dramatically increasing your risk of dying of more common and equally serious diseases.

  • GREAT video, you have gotten yourself another subscriber today.. I just watched your video about peanuts, & now I am going to throw away my peanut butter.. So, my question to you is this: as a NATURAL bodybuilder, what foods (besides bison) would you suggest that I eat?

  • Great video! I think the information in this video is very true for the USA and many other parts of the world. I live in Austria, where we have one of the best quality meats. Especially if you buy organic (which i do). Note that organic chicken costs about three times the amount of regular chicken, because it takes much longer to raise them.

    Keep it up ��

  • Thank you Dr. Gundry!
    Great video!!… as always:)
    What about people with ApoE4? Is the Plant Paradox program the best diet for them or should it be modified in any way??
    thanks for the great work!

  • Great video! Most of the carnivores I know are keto and eat plenty of organ meats for nutrient density. Personally I’m glad I didn’t have to go that far to find remission:)
    Would love if you critiqued my what I eat in a day vid Doc!

  • #AskGojiMan Please give us the lowdown on having strong bones and healthy bone density on a plant-based vegan diet. This seems to be quite tricky for some of us. Thank you for sharing your knowledge with us!

  • If the research is funded by the company responsible for the product of course the research will back up what the company says! What a waste of research effort!

  • I’m noticing this trend in the vegan scene where it’s highly dependent on individual studies, basically zero presentations of meta-analyses (going over the data of many studies) and no attempt to acknowledge confounding variables. This isn’t to say that “vegans are wrong” but there’s a high amount of ideological manipulation going on. You say you’re a student, I guess keep studying.

  • Explain this then why in the Adventist health studies did the pescatarian put live the vegans?
    Comparing vegans to someone that eats burgers daily is much different than someone that eats fish or eggs In a Moderation
    Vegans did out live red meat Eaters but pescatarian were the longest lived
    Also Ikara Greece and Sardinia Italy live along time and they are not vegan they do eat less animal products then people in the west but they were not vegan they both eat yogurt cheese and some fish and pork in moderation

  • What about zylitol? I started using 2 and a 1/2 teaspoons through the day to help prevent cavities and it is amazing in this regard. It has been life changing as I used to need lots of dental work. I dont really crave sweets too much and if i do just chew some xylitol gum usually

  • Before i was also drinking a lot of milk every day and non veg foods. Since 3 months i started to avoid milk and non veg, and i see a massive improvement in the sport i train for. Your advice is very genuine brother ��

  • My son contracted IBS and became allergic to all legumes and cruciferous, raw almond family and raw celery, artichokes and peppers, after a strong food poisoning. He is also lactose intolerant.As a consequence he eats mainly eggs and chicken lots of rice, potatoes and pasta. I’m encouraging him to eat millet and sorghum instead of the other starches butt would still like to help him increase his gut microbiome. What do you recommend?

  • I was hoping to hear more about favoring glycine-rich cuts of animal products over muscle meat (methionine-rich).
    The typical American diet is high in muscle meat and low in organ and offal cuts.

  • If you’re gonna eat chicken, raise your own. Pain in the ass, but well worth it. Besides, you need something better to do than watch you tube vids…..

  • I respect the channel but meat helped me heal my Ibs Candida dysbiosis. I could eat anything else or I would get reactions so I have to disagree

  • Funny,,,,,when I went low carb/low sugar, my BP dropped from 145/90 to 110/70 and my fasting glucose dropped from 95 to 80. Carbs and sugar are the KILLERS not protein.

  • @ 5:40 in a vegan diet, 3% plant protein was substituted for meat protein there was a 34% increase of life expectancy? This is so wrong or maybe im not hearing this right?

  • Meat increases IGf1? Or any other inflammatory marker? Well not according to carnivore diet advocates who have been showing their blood test. That’s not true, their c reactive p. and other markers are very on the healthy side, inflammation free.

  • I was going to watch the whole video, but the first argument was wrong already. Studies show that IGF-1 levels drop to low levels on a low carb high fat diet. But IGF-1 isn’t even what it is made out to be. It’s bad when you have cancer, not when you don’t.

    This article explains it well:
    https://www.saragottfriedmd.com/does-meat-cause-cancer-revisiting-the-meat-igf-1-and-cancer-connection/

    And this guy claims to be studying this stuff. What a joke.

  • Hey Gojiman, why not just state your credentials/future credentials in text during “the titles” rather then verbalizing it in every episode?

  • Hey Gogi, this isn’t a question for a whole video but maybe some practice for you: asuming cronometer goes by the average man/woman’s build, (i am 130 lb man at healthy weight) AND if i take 2 days off my bicycle workout, does that mean i can shoot for only 80?% nutri goals? For those days

  • What?? In an absence of what you are waffling on about, humans would have never evolved. Why is it that every vegan/vegetarian on YouTube, has either health or mental issues?

  • Bro it’s correct and I am accepting your point☺️what about eggs ��I saw ur previous video about egg but I don’t get that much clarity��if chicken is not good how chicken egg will be good ✌️I am requesting you to please answer this question

  • Nice little trick to show the studies only for about a microsecond in the video. If you pause at 5:08, the study shown has nothing to do wih the topic of animal protein. Care to elaborate?

  • I am also agreeing with Dr Sam because nowadays people are suffering from antibiotics given to chicken,and causes the people to be resistant to antibiotics as well.
    But I would suggest for the buyers of meat to visit the farms to see if really they does what they note on their products.

  • Humans are well equipped to deal with moderately high protein levels, and carnivorous diets should be quite high in fat and moderately high protein.

  • Now that made me to stay away from it. Dr Sam, I’ve heard that grilling or cooking red meat can actually be bad and carcinogenic.. is this true? If yes, what should someone do in such case?

  • Very informative thank you for this video and for all the work you do. @GojiMan would you ever consider doing a video analysis on the best studies which indicate the benefits of adopting a plant-based diet…I would love to see this!

  • You are extremely biased and misrepresenting these studies. Wishful thinking does not equal science. Dr Peter Attia has an excellent presentation how how to analyze whether a study is valid. Continue to educate yourself.

  • #AskGojiMan How important is Choline in a vegan diet? I’m consistently getting less than 30% of my RDI based on tracking in Cronometer, should I be supplementing?