The Fundamental Help guide to Protein for Optimal Health And Wellness


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Protein is found in a variety of foods: most notably meat, poultry, fish, dairy, eggs, legumes, nuts, seeds, soy and even grains. From a dietary perspective, meats, poultry, fish, eggs and soybeans are complete proteins — that is, they provide all of the amino acids required by our body. Protein is essential for building and repairing muscle, fostering growth and development, and assisting with basic movements like getting out of a chair. Figuring out your protein needs is not a one-size-fits-all process, though.

Professor Anding explains how to calculate your needs based on weight, age, and activity level. The Essential Guide to Protein for Optimal Health | MyFitnessPal Protein is essential whether you want to lose weight, gain muscle, or simply maintain good health. This guide to protein will show you how much protein you need for the best possible results. The Essential Guide to Protein for Optimal Health | Eat, Nutrition, Nutrition tips Sep 27, 2015 Protein is essential whether you want to lose weight, gain muscle, or simply maintain good health. This guide to protein will show you how much protein you need for the best possible results.

Yes, proteins are the building blocks of your body. Proteins and their components, amino acids, repair and build bones, muscles, cartilage, skin, blood and teeth. They are also vital to the production of enzymes and hormones. This process starts in the womb, peaks shortly after puberty, but continues throughout your lifetime. Protein is one of.

This item: Eating Well for Optimum Health: The Essential Guide to Bringing Health and Pleasure Back to Eating by Andrew Weil Paperback $3.84 Only 1 left in stock order soon. Ships from and sold by Adservio Group. Whey protein The term Whey refers to the substance remaining after milk has been curdled and strained.

It is considered the best protein source since it contains the 9 essential amino acids and has a quick absorption, which increases muscle protein synthesis. CHAPTER ONE The Principles of Eating Well When I use the words eating well, I mean using food not only to influence health and well-being but to satisfy the senses, providing pleasure and comfort.In addition to supplying the basic needs of the body for calories and nutrients, an optimum diet should also reduce risks of disease and fortify the body’s defenses and intrinsic mechanisms of healing. Ensuring the optimum intake of all the essential amino acids through our diet or supplements will help our body improve its functions and immunity.

Improved health is directly proportional to. Certain grains are rich in protein. Protein is a macronutrient that every cell in the body needs to function properly.

Proteins carry out a variety of functions, including: ensuring the growth and.

List of related literature:

At several points throughout this chapter, I have mentioned adequate intake of protein and amino acid as a prerequisite for positive changes in muscle protein balance with acute and chronic exercise.

“Exercise Biochemistry” by Vassilis Mougios
from Exercise Biochemistry
by Vassilis Mougios
Human Kinetics, Incorporated, 2019

To keep things as simple as possible, in this book I will concentrate on protein teams.

“Darwin's Black Box: The Biochemical Challenge to Evolution” by Michael J. Behe, Touchstone Books
from Darwin’s Black Box: The Biochemical Challenge to Evolution
by Michael J. Behe, Touchstone Books
Free Press, 1996

You’ll learn all about your protein needs in the next part of this book, but aim to get 20 to 30 percent of your daily calories from protein-rich sources like fish, poultry, lean red meat, beans, soy products, and low-fat dairy.

“Body for Life for Women: A Woman's Plan for Physical and Mental Transformation” by Pamela Peeke
from Body for Life for Women: A Woman’s Plan for Physical and Mental Transformation
by Pamela Peeke
Rodale Books, 2009

Professor Heather Leidy from the University of Missouri and her team recently reviewed the evidence for the impact of high protein diets on weight loss and maintenance [23].

“Future Foods: How Modern Science Is Transforming the Way We Eat” by David Julian McClements
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by David Julian McClements
Springer International Publishing, 2019

Tang and colleagues [122] conducted a classic study that examined the ability of three different sources of protein (hydrolyzed whey isolate, micellar casein, and soy isolate) to stimulate acute changes in MPS both at rest and after a single bout of resistance exercise.

“Essentials of Exercise & Sport Nutrition: Science to Practice” by Richard B. Kreider PhD FACSM FISSN FNAK
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by Richard B. Kreider PhD FACSM FISSN FNAK
Lulu Publishing Services, 2019

Ifyou have any question whatsoever that this level of protein intake is healthy, or if you want indisputable evidence of the toxicity of higher protein consumption, I highly recommend that you pick up a copy of T. Colin Campbell’s outstanding book, The China Study.50 I cannot recommend it highly enough.

“The 80/10/10 Diet: Balancing Your Health, Your Weight, and Your LIfe One Luscious Bite at a Time” by Douglas Graham
from The 80/10/10 Diet: Balancing Your Health, Your Weight, and Your LIfe One Luscious Bite at a Time
by Douglas Graham
FoodnSport Press, 2012

Bauer JM, Biolo G, Cedeholm T et al. (2013) Evidence‐based Recommendations for Optimal Dietary Protein Intake in Older People: A Position Paper From the PROT‐AGE Study Group.

“Manual of Dietetic Practice” by Joan Gandy
from Manual of Dietetic Practice
by Joan Gandy
Wiley, 2019

At the time we wrote this book, there was no evidence that high protein intakes are detrimental to health in healthy individuals.

“Bodybuilding: The Complete Contest Preparation Handbook” by Peter J. Fitschen, Cliff Wilson
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by Peter J. Fitschen, Cliff Wilson
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Therefore, eating less protein will enable you to lose weight and lower your blood pressure and cholesterol levels, while enhancing your immunity and slowing the aging process.”

“Chinese Health Care Secrets: A Natural Lifestyle Approach” by Henry B. Lin
from Chinese Health Care Secrets: A Natural Lifestyle Approach
by Henry B. Lin
Llewellyn Publications, 2000

Well, a significant amount of research has been done on the protein needs of people who are physically active, and a fantastic summary of the literature was coauthored by my friend Dr. Eric Helms.20 Here’s an excerpt from the paper:

“Bigger Leaner Stronger: The Simple Science of Building the Ultimate Male Body” by Michael Matthews
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by Michael Matthews
Waterbury Publishers, Incorporated, 2019

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  • “The lateral flow assay market is predicted to be worth 6 billion by 2020.” Weeeel, let’s just say a few things happened, this and that, global pandemic, and 6 billion is now just a liiiitle bit of an underestimate.

  • Hi! I’m studying biomedical engineering and I’m working on my project of grade with lateral flow immunoassays, I was watching the video and I want to know, how is the process like to immobilize the antibody on the nitrocellulose membrane? Thanks

  • Greaaat video..glad it popped up in suggested..just watch h.hogan n she said her insulin was below 1… mustve been why youtube suggested. Ketovore/keto on
    Have a fab day��.8xlmb IF18:6 tues-f 115lbs loss ��

  • Hi,can you clarify the units(kgs or lbs),so l am 72kg and want to gain muscle so l need 1g (or more) of protein so that would be 72g+.

  • “the institution is flawed”

    Let’s be clear; anyone who recommends 5 6 servings of carbohydrates to a diabetic patient is a form of malpractice.  

    You simply do not understand basic endocrinology, the rise of insulin/hyperinsulinemia, and its role in chronic disease.

    The end.

  • When you say nut oil is bad, how about eating the actual nuts please? My skin is much better when I eat my cashews, sesame and walnut

  • Though the speaker is convincing on WFPB lifestyle, she didn’t clarify whether it is raw or cooked, if cooked, boiled only or even dry-fried.

    Those interested may browse Dr. Manthena Satyanarayana Raju, a Naturopath of India. He had spread Naturopathy smongst public of one State through free speeches, low cost books and CDs for 15-20, years, practicing it with free treatment during that time. With confidence gained, he now runs a Wellness Centre with 600 beds called arogyalayam since 2012, with min. 15 days programme at INR 20,000/ I follow his lifestyle 70%, still feel quite healthy at 67. Thousands of others in India also follow him. I was on raw food routine for 3 years. I was certified to have had best of health parameters then by a medico then. Being disease-free requires not only good food, but also adequate water, good air, adequate exercise, adequate rest, proper and prompt excretions and good thoughts it is called Seven Essentials of Life.

    Dr. Raju cured thousands of patients from various chronic diseases, and their records lie safe in the Wellness Centre. They include curing of autoimmune diseases too. Clogs in heart arteries have been reversed within a year from 80% to 20%. Many patients go from USA too to that Centre for cure, including medicos. Recently one medico went from USA and got cured of ulcerative colitis. Many couples having infertility begot children, by following his method at home.

  • I think it’s alot of great information, but our genetics and physiology is all slight different and I don’t believe in one size fits all diet. Even for diabetics, there are difference in physiology.

  • Great info Vanessa! I’m trying to build more muscle. So I’m going to strive to eat more protein. I’m 115 lbs. Trying to get my legs leaner… Currently eating about 70g of protein a day. I guess I need to eat at least 115g. Correct? Thank you for all you do!!! ��

  • You are absolutely 100% right!!!! What is really sad is that when it is too late then people are just screwed very simple they think we are brainwashed because for some reason we have awoken and realize that what you put into your body fuels it or damages it. But yet we are considered brainwashed, I feel so sorry for those people and that is my own family included by the way. The reason why I know this in the reason why I’m awake now is because I have multiple sclerosis and I have no choice but to be and they still won’t listen imagine that how pathetic is that? God bless everyone good luck

  • Thank you, loved it and very informative. I have to admit that I work out every day (resistance and crosstrainer like full body work out) for 25 Min. and my protein intake is so so high, much higher than the recommended daily protein (more like 150g of Protein, whereas my body weight is only 40 kg (but I am also only 158cm tall).. Do you think that high protein is bad? Loved it the video ������

  • 1. Don’t use your phone in the morning
    2. Make your bed
    3. Rehydrate
    4. Remove sweets
    5. Exercise
    6. Mindfulness meditation
    7. Write gratitude, goals (long, short), affirmations 3 targets

  • Good Morning. I am struggling (have lost 70 lbs— 10-15 more to go). I have gone 8 months without cravings and snacks, but now I seem to be backsliding and cravings are coming back. Watching your videos, upping my protein and trying to get back in the game

  • Hi Friends! Thank you for watching! Leave any comments on what you would like to see more videos on! The next one I am working on is on how to split your fats and carbs, so comment if you would like that! And a workout video! Keto Essentials Book:
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  • So much smart stuff to be found here.
    In the end we still are animals.
    And accepting that fact leads to my personal conclusion. None of this is neccessary if you realize that animals dont plan like this and still exist without any mental issues. (At least none of we know of) 😉

  • I have lost 42 pounds since April on Keto. I have about 35-40 more pounds to lose. I am doing intermittent fasting and OMAD 4-5 days a week. My hair is thinning and everything I have read says I need more protein. What brand protein shake and collagen do you recommend? Thanks for inspiring me!!

  • I listen to Dr. Mason repeatedly and learn so much from him. If new data comes out that changes his understanding, he’s humble enough to update others of the changes. Of all the low carb instructors that I listen to, I think Dr. Mason has an exceptional memory to bring each subject back to a foundational basis that enables me to follow even those concepts that are over my head. When I have a question about something someone presents as low carb, I usually go looking to see what Dr. Mason has to say.

  • First you is easy to look at. A sexy Doctor. ��
    I was diagnose with CML cancer in 2004 at age 37. I really never been sick before that. And 15 yrs later I have only 1 angry cancer cell. And funny my girlfriend is Polish. And lives in Jaworwn Poland. What city in Poland, was you born in. Canada,. A great nation. I kochcam Tim Horton. ��

  • I can’t beleive that I watched the whole thing, but I’m glad I did because at the end, this woman shows hereself gardening in stiletto heels. I don’t even know what to say about that.

  • I started doing Keto and my husband had stroke. Much happier now. Love animals and we are ruining the earth. Love what we have learned and the science behind it.

  • Horse coats doesn’t sound so crazy, don’t the Japanese do things like that with Wagu beef? I think they also massage them and talk to them too, from memory.

  • Very informative, thank you for all the valuable information. He mentioned two ladies, Georgia Ede but I didn’t catch the other one. Could I have her name please?

  • Hi Vanessa! Thanks for info. Would you do a video on your thoughts on protein powder and which is best? Whey concentrate vs. isolate, etc?

  • I always feel better when I actually organize my thoughts before looking at my phone in the morning. My mind goes a million miles an hour thanks to mild anxiety, so before I submit to mindlessly taking in content, I’ll actually lay in bed and just think about whatever I need to think about first

  • Only clicked on to watch a minute or two and ended up watching the whole thing as you were asking him all the questions I wanted insight to. Learnt so many things and has cleared up a lot of confusion I had. Thankyou.

  • The problem with modern medicine is, that doctors don’t know how the physiology of a keto person looks like. The truth is, if you eat the SAD diet, high amounts of LDL cholesterol DO hurt you more than low. My doctor told me that in her 30 year practise people with high cholesterol live dramatically shorter that those with low cholesterol and I believe her. Yes, those people have all sorts of diseases and they live miserable lives, but if their cholesterol is lower, they live longer. But she, and other doctors do not know and understand the physiology of a keto person. Cholesterol in a keto environment is something completely different.

  • Great talk!!! The evidence that plant based diets are healthier is overwhelming. There was only 1 point I’m not sure about. I don’t think msg is unhealthy as it is naturally occurring in some plant foods. Although idk I know that’s controversial. The only other thing I’ll say is it would be helpful if you included some more studies to back up your points. Hopefully they start teaching this stuff in med school.

  • At 12:35 she talks about how she was eating donuts, sugary, refined cereals and fast food. Which is mostly plant based crap. Had she focused on animal foods with incedental vegetables and fruit, she would have achieved the same or even better results.

    But hey, let’s keep our sponsors from the food industry happy. Tell everyone to go vegan, exterminate all life on the planet in the process. Problem solved.

  • Tonight was a double header of Ep. 42/3 at El Rancho Pedro, Shawie. Recently I have been in the noosphere, very much under the pump. I enjoyed 42 particularly. A very worthy guest compared to some of the well seedy shysters you interview. But… there is always plenty of blame to go around. Ultimately though the laurels have to be given to the secularists in politics and business as well as those who control our culture and media. 
    More content produced along the lines of both episode 42 & 43 might be a good suggestion. Properly handled it could be a watershed moment. In spite of the growing long-term problem of a brainwashed population with intentionally limited IQs and intentionally created distractions. The saddest thing about all this inability to think rationally or critically is that it, too, is intentional. Indoctrination posing as education. Add to this the fact that they breed and vote! Which all things considered is practically criminal.
    Finally, reruns on the shirt? I mean already? C’mon!

  • Am I the only one that loooooves a good morning routine? Thanks for watching and if you want to support channel sign up for Notion, a great FREE tool for students!

  • Recently read the book “Make Your Bed” and everyone swears by this… but are all of these people single?! It is a rare occasion that my husband gets out of bed before me and he NEVER makes the bed. On the weekends I can make the bed when he gets up, but during the week, that means the bed doesn’t get made until a few hours before I’m getting back into it! And if you say “just make your half” I’ve tried and it usually results in a cranky husband asking why I woke him up. Soooo… I’m open to other suggestions….

  • My morning routine (I love it!!)
    (Go to bed at around 12pm-1am)
    Wake up at 5:30am
    Spending 15 min in bed thinking about what i have to do this morning and giving those tasks time stamps to get a good organized feeling
    Get up and pee 5min (very relaxing)
    Choosing my outfit 10min (makes me feel safe)
    Pack my bags 5min (also makes me feel safe)
    Take a shower 10min (to smell good duh)
    And after that i usually have around a couple of minutes for myself so i just walk around the house in my comfy bathrobe and eat breakfast and at like 6:30 i get dressed and stare at myself in the mirror for a while and then leave at 6:55
    And yes i know i should go to bed earlier but i just cant im not tired at night i cant help it

  • How I wake up in the morning
    -I have multiple alarms on my phone: one of which is an hour earlier to my real wake up alarm (6 AM, on normal days) its purpose is so that I could remember more of my dreams lol (an average person has 5-9 dreams every night but only tends to remember 1); my second alarm is 30 mins earlier than 6, it’s so I could cuddle my dog and sleep again; by the time my real wake up alarm goes off, I’d be subconsciously(?) Half awake therefore I’ll easily wake up and I won’t feel like sh*t in the morning.

  • i’m fat and idk why somehow i found that first sentence offensive as people assume all fat people love cakes and sweet things. and i know more skinny people who love sweet stuff than the fat people in my life. why not just say “someone”?. like nahhh man

  • 4:43am: wakes up in panic thinking I’m late for school and starts to hyperventilate
    5:30am: wakes up again because I think i’m late
    5.54am: wakes up for real this time
    6-6.10am: my actual alarm rings and i get ready for school
    6.10-6.30am: read wattpad/watch Netflix/scroll through Pinterest
    6.30-6.40am: migrate from room to living room and continue watching phone
    6.55am: leave the house
    7.15am: dad drops me at sch

  • Most people do not need algae oil. If your eating whole grains, potatoes, beans, vegetables, some fruit, that’s all you need. As far as B12, only take enough to meet RDA.

  • You lost all credibility for me when you said “inTErMITteNT fAsTiNg”
    Edit: Don’t comment on youtube when you’re hungry kids! You’ll probably just make a dick of yourself. Apology replied below.

  • In any case, anyone watching this should also consider the possibility that a whole-food animal-based lifestyle might be the better option. Surprisingly, that could be better in terms of health, animal wellfare and the environment. Why? Simply because the global production of (whole) plant-foods is very destructive. Pastured cows are carbon neutral, even taking methane into account. Fields of corn, soy and wheat are not, they even require fertilizer from fossil fuels. Not to speak of pesticides. And as far as health is concerned: We actually need more protein and less fiber. The reason why fiber is considered beneficial is due to a) religiously motivated propaganda by the 7th Adventist Church and b) because it usually replaces junk food in the diet. If you replace the junk (donuts etc.) by sustainably raised animal foods, THAT is the best solution.

  • I’m wondering: Google employees are kind of smart. Are they falling for this bullshit? Or is this some emperor’s clothes kind of gig, where everybody knows that Google is aligned with plant-based doctrine, so nobody dares to speak up? At least Google also invited Gary Taubes a couple of years back, who represents more misguided beliefs, just in the opposite direction.

  • ** me watching how to have a perfect morning routine at 2am **
    Kevin: first, DROP THE PHONE
    also me: ok but let me finish your video first

  • It’s not the poor healthcare systems.
    It’s the poor eating habits, and the outright abuse of food that is causing disease.
    WFPB for two years. I was healthy when I switched, but I don’t want to spend my money on healthcare in the future.

    Not fair that I will have to pay for others bad behavior with ACA.

  • I don’t understand why making your bed gives you a sense of accomplishment…I make my bed every morning so that I can constantly lye on it for breaks

  • I learned some good tips from this video. I’m wondering about what a productivity video might look like to optimize character development and virtue. Most videos seem to focus on how do get as many tasks done as possible, to plan your work and work your plan. There doesn’t seem to be any concern in those videos about whether you’re actually becoming a better person. Is that all buried in what your own goals are?

  • so here some random is telling to skip breakfast while we have grown up listening to our parents not to skip breakfast as it will cause weakness

  • My morning routine hit znoose5 time until I feel I’m late
    I run to do shower my self then Prepare my self to go hospital sometime I never catch bus b/c still I’m intern but always I say if I get job I buy car b/c I never late but now iam ready to change my self I hope it’s successful for me

  • Thanks so much for making videos like these. I was really discouraged to go to med school before as I though I would have to sacrifice my health and well being, which I can’t afford to do, since I have a chronic health condition that is triggered by things like stress. Thanks for making studying medicine seem manageable.

  • the men who remained in Japan ate “Plant Based”?
    You are an absolute liar. I’ve lived in Japan, it is NOT plant-based. Not remotely.

  • The medical proffesion are wonderful for repairing broken limbs and damage but writing scripts should be thought about much more carefully. They are sold these drugs by the drug companies and told how wonderful they are because they’re making money, not repairing anything.

  • 4:23 me with 6 16.9 oz bottles laying next to me. 3 of which are empty and I’ve refilled 7 individual bottles today. I know life is tough. Sometimes you dehydrate yourself to not refill the bottle.

  • Hey, can you explain in brief what you mean when you talk about affirmation?
    I’m not a native speaker and not sure what you want to say.

    Is it some kind of positive self reflection?
    Like confirming: Yes, I did this, i finished e.g. med school?

  • Hi! Thank for the tips! How do you balance you’re early morning routine with a partner who works 9-6 and is currently working from home? We live in a small apartment, so if I wake up early, I’m gonna wake him up and vice versa (he’s gonna wake me up when he goes to bed at a later time). I’m also worried it would shorten our social time in the evening (like watching a movie or playing a game). He doesn’t want to follow the same schedule I do, which I understand.

  • A good outline of most of the issues. For those who want to see more of the specific studies and meta-analysis she is referencing, has videos on all these topics and each video cites the studies in the description. An excellent next video to watch would be Dr. Michael Greger How Not to Die: Preventing the 15 Leading Causes of Death

  • Good info and hundreds of scientific studies support this, nothing new although hard to believe so many continue to ignore the facts. Most people rather live the lifestyle they choose, whether food, drugs, alcohol, exercise, etc., with the hope of the magic pill that allows them to continue their poor choices and still be healthy.

  • I’m so confused. Researching PSMF and also Jason Fung’s work which says we don’t lose any lean mass while fasting (or barely any).Could you give me your opinion on that? I know how important protein is. I do water fast from time to time and now I have no idea if I’m losing 1/3 of a lb. a day lean mass or none at all because I can’t find a solid answer. I mean, Jason Fung seems to know his stuff.

  • Is there an upper limit as to how much protein the body can handle in one meal? What happens to the excess since it can’t be stored?

  • Spreading false information about meat digestion around 32:00. Meat is not “rotting” in the colon, it is completely absorbed in the small intestine. That’s because it is food which humans are optimally adapted to eating.

  • Hello. I’m French and I’d be interested in making the subtitles translation for this video which I found very interesting. I think the French public would benefit from having a full translation but the options are not available apparently. Would you consider opening the option to make subtitles public so that I could do it?

  • Google talking about lifestyle lmao its fully toxic life you work for evil corp to make to world worse and sicker like all google employers are sick people you cant heal that with food you are wifi radiating 24/7 Evil Corps reduce lifespan you sold your soul now get ass fucked.
    Even if you made lot of money working for them you cant buy health in capitalism evil corp lifestyle is about profit you lack knowledge all you have is money to spend on evil corp pharmacy lmao or you give it to some fake health guru etc
    I can give you full health and good life all you have to do is stand up to evil but no you sell your soul then you complain about health….Need to end capitalism asap take all the stolen wealth from the oligarchs and start a brave new world. John Lenon imagine.

  • Dr. Paul Mason is a really great presenter and is able to condense information in a very interesting and engaging way, without sounding obnoxious or judgmental one bit.
    In contrast, I have to admit I got annoyed at your interview style. It feels like you plugged in your opinions based on a script, and that you are trying to show off your knowledge, or bring in personal unrelated opinions to the actual points Dr. Mason was discussing (e.g. GPs suck bit), trying to lead the person you interview into another area or to make them admit something). I mean this as constructive criticism… Treat interviews as casual conversations for this type of podcast, and don’t try to showcase yourself with lengthy bits unless it truly comes in naturally in the conversation…

  • Why is the speaker amazed by the findings. All that is being said here is that leading a “normal” life as nature intended makes us healthier who would have thought? It’s the American obsession with manufactured diets, big pharma and big agro that’s leading Americans down toward premature deaths

  • Tip, try reversing the percentage times of seeing the speaker versus the slide. This is such a common mistake in TED presentations and seems to be spreading. We do not need to see the speaker because we can hear them. However showing the slides that the speaker prepared as being important are flashed onto the screen giving the viewer no chance to absorb the information or interrogate them.

  • Well, am i the only one watching this video right in the morning after sleep and laughed when they said no to check phone in the morning?????

  • 3am? Thats not healthy unless you go to bed at 7 p.m. or earlier. Just Sayin, I do NOT wanna do there are other ways to be healthy that do not invlove waking up at the time my freinds go to sleep.

  • Does this mark the beginning of google censoring any views that are contrary to the plant based diet narrative.

    I eat a low carb/zero sugar diet with veggies, fermented cooked & fresh, and animal based proteins, and fats from animal sources, coconut, & avocado. I feel amazing and health markers are better than ever!

  • I guess a doctor wouldn’t know this so I’ll spell it out for you. My heart disease is congenital. I had a stroke at age ten because of the heart disease. I have type 1 diabetes, and so does 20% of the diabetic population, which means I did not do anything with my lifestyle to acquire it. Why don’t of you doctors actually open a fucking book and learn something? Why don’t you try and treat a disease that’s difficult? If one more person tells me they can fix my diabetes I’ll punch them out.

  • Excellent Podcast ���� #Yes2Meat. #MeatHeals. #EatMeatSaveThePlanet. #RegenerativeAgriculture ���������������������������� ������
    Mono Crops suck the life out of the earth!
    I will never support fake meat, lab meat, or processed food!!!!!!!
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  • The good doctor repeats the myth that the Inuit diet was healthy.

  • How can anyone remember each patient encounter that occurred during medical school? Either she’s telling a tale or she saw very few patients, which is not good.

  • I’d rather hear about healthy lifestyles from old healthy people and not just the usual 20-somethings and 30-somethings. I want to see how she does on her social-media pushed lifestyle over the next 25 or 30 years.

  • Dr. Justyna Sanders [ 30:00]: “…they [the microbial populations of our microbiome] synthesise minerals for us,…”
    — Nope, at most they make some minerals more bioavailable. As for the claim that they synthesise vitamins for us, that is highly dubious. While they may synthesise some vitamins (e.g., vitamin K, vitamin B12), we can’t absorb those vitamins through the epithelium of our colon in any significant amounts.

  • I’m a WFPB vegan but I’d be lying to not acknowledge it takes a lot of time each and every day. Doing WFPB right, you can’t rely on restaurants for sustenance, not even vegan ones, which are usually pretty awful anyway. You need to make your own food from scratch. It’s hard to see how people who work full time can do it without being completely devoted to it. Plant-based eating is taking the U.S. by storm, but it’s coming in the form of lots and lots of plant-based yet decidedly unhealthy convenience foods like meat and dairy analogs, almost none of which are even remotely healthy things to eat. Thanks to Dr. Sanders for an intelligent and wide-ranging discussion on health, delivered with sweet passion.

  • The good folks who already stole your privacy, and plan to steal your vote now want to take away your right to eat whatever the hell you want. Thanks for not being evil, Gulag.

  • Gone vegan 7 years ago, and my autoimmune disease rheumatoid arthritic, IBS and acid reflux all disappeared. It was completely unexpected for me. This doctor is absolutely right. I wish I had knew about all these and gone vegan sooner! Really mad at my rheumatologist and gastroenterologist who didn’t say a thing about vegan diet being helpful. Turned out that the studies have been there for decades.

  • I think this diet is too hard to follow. Maybe in Silicon Valley it’s easy to be like that but where I’m at, it’s hard to find everything organic.

  • I have never, ever understood why making a bed is appealing to people. You know how else you could start your day with a “win?” Spend a minute doing something that isn’t a waste of time. Just my opinion.

  • At 32:40 Neal Barnard’s flawed hypothesis of meat causing insulin resistance (and therefore diabetes) is peddled… disgusting, disgraceful, life-destroying nonsense.

  • The ” 0.8 grams per kg of mass ” minimum is based on preventing slow death from disease. It was derived from rationing of “meat” during WW2. Great Britain was be starved to death by the German Blockade in hopes of spreading a disease outbreak.

  • If you want to start the day off and the right foot, I recommend to fill your belly. With healthy foods. No offense, but I don’t believe in fasting. No hate to anybody who does it, but I prefer to use food motivation to start the day. The promise of a tasty, filling healthy breakfast is what gets me out of bed at 5:00 a.m.

  • I am using bean diet to cure my gallbladder. Basically it’s using the fibre to get rid of old bile and let the gallbladder to make new healthy bile. If lectin and oxalate are bad for us, why would the bean diet has very good feedback for gallbladder and liver disease. May be its best until the bile are healthy?

    Autoimmune response is a hypothesis? It’s never been proved?

  • Dean Ornish, Caldwell Esselstyn… the whole medical underpinning of Veganism is just a handful of guys. And at 18:20 you see the exact same photo of a “de-clogged” artery that you see in so many lectures on the plant-based miracle diet. Quite the racket!

  • What I usually do in the morning after my alarm goes off is drink half of my water bottle. After that I sit up straight and finish whatever I was watching just before I went to sleep. Kinda weird to start your day isn’t it:)

  • Listen to the carnivores. They win the argument. Plant-based is not the answer, and, in fact, it correlates with irrationality, religion, non-science, anti-evolution, tyrannical politics, weakness, sarcopenia………………………… Eat animals.

  • 40 minutes in and I feel like killing myself!
    Most depressing video about nutrition I have ever watched.
    I hope there is some light at the end of the tunnel for the rest of you all. But I’m not going to hang around to wait in hope.
    I’m off to a place that can educate me without leaving me in despair!

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    I have been Carnivore over a year & I enjoy every meal,always grass finished ��
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  • This was a really good talk. Following this diet will definitely improve your health. I occasionally like to add some eggs and fish to the diet, so I won’t require any b12 and omega 3 supplements. Slow and steady change to a whole food is a good idea.

  • It’s interesting how most of these new doctors and specialists on plant based diet are young, but after several years of avoiding meats and healthy animal fats they get too sick, fragile and weak.

  • June 23, 2019 will be exactly one year on a whole food plant based diet with no added / processed oil. In that short time, I have lost over 180lbs and all of my medical conditions. I am a different person in so many incredible ways.

  • At age 77 I also accidentally discovered Whole Food Plant Based Nutrition and my health has done an about face! I grow most of my own food since I know exactly what is in the food I eat. So I know there are no GMO, insecticides or other added chemicals. Most doctors I have encountered have no or very little knowledge about this lifestyle so I am extremely happy to see a young doctor advocating this lifestyle!

  • I agree and grow my own and am an active herbalist/alchemist but it’s a little too late for joe six pack supermarket shopper…..the food is radiated, full of pesticide and GMO….and will be too expensive or completely unavailable with the crops wiped out and that trend to worsen rapidly… grow your own….join a community….or bend over folk and pucker up.