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This, the second part of the 'Dude, Where's My Protein?' videos, aims to answer many of the burning questions raised by realising that there are many plant sources of protein that are superior to animal sources in their availability, better for Your Health,
and better for the environment.
So long as you receive sufficient protein per day, your strength, bone mineral density and lean muscle mass is the same, it doesn't matter whether the sources are animal or plant based protein.
Bro-science is WRONG!
You don't need as much protein to be healthy, strong and build muscle as they say.
The WHO (World Health Organisation) have calculated 0.75g per kg of body weight or 0.34g per lb of body weight.
In other words 56g of protein a day for a 75kg man, or 48g for a 64kg woman.
Eating meat and animal products and processed foods causes an inflammatory response, which does not happen when eating fruit and vegetables.
Vegan diets lower C Reactive Protein (inflammation levels in the body) by 1/3
High Insulin Like Growth Factor (IGF-1) levels are correlated with higher risk of various cancers. Vegan diets have been shown to lower IGF-1 levels by 13% compared to omnivores and raise the IGF Binding Factor (making IGF-1 inactive) by 20-40%
So, in summary, plant based diets are more than able to provide sufficient protein for Health, Bone Density and Muscle Development, while reducing inflammation and risk of cancers.
So reduce or eliminate animal products, increase fruit and vegetables, wholegrains, nuts and berries and enjoy the quality of Life, Health and Vitality You deserve.
All of the research, discussion and information is presented for information purposes only, to increase knowledge and awareness related to risk factors associated with various lifestyle related diseases and/or illnesses. Use of the information provided is at the sole choice and risk of the reader and should not be adopted without first consulting your health professional.
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