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Proteinaholic: Break Down Part 7

First of all vegetarians and vegans need to eat less protein than their meat eating counterparts. Why?  it is because they process protein far more efficiently due to they ingest more probiotics and prebiotics which makes their floor more efficient at recycling nitrogen in order to make new proteins. I want everyone to put their Common Sense hats on for…

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Proteinaholic: Break Down Part 6

High protein diet Advocates suggest that eating more protein increases your metabolism because it causes your body to work harder in order to process the protein, this process is called the thermogenic effect. You cannot argue with this, it is actually true, however, what they do not tell you is that it only increases your metabolic rate about 1 to…

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Proteinaholic: Break Down Part 3

Blue zones was an article written in National Geographic in 2005  and profiled the five “longevity hotspots” around the world. I have already mentioned Okinawa and to keep this read short the results and diets for the other four are extremely similar, so take that, you carb hating trainers and dieticians, it is not your fault though, you have just…

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Proteinaholic: Break Down Part 2

According to the World Health Organization, Americans consume more protein than just about any other nationality. The recommended daily allowance (RDA) stated by the Us Department of Agriculture (USDA) is 56 grams for men and 46 grams for women and keep in mind these are optional values not minimum values… So what does that look like? Well a 4 Oz. hamburger…

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Proteinaholic: Break Down Part 1

Protein has truly become a drug, a legal one. The word “protein” over the last decade has become the holy grail of nutrition. It is heralded by the media and prescribed by a large part of the medical community. We are bombarded by “Eat More Protein” everywhere we look. Protein bars, Protein Drinks, Protein Snacks even Protein Vodka. Yes, protein…

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