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Amino acids

Protein Myths Revealed on the Weekly Q&A

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Your questions about protiens answered on The Nutrition Heretic's Weekly Q & AOver the weekend there were some disturbing news articles that were published and these are discussed.  There are lots of myths about proteins, and what constitutes a complete protein: the building blocks of protein are revealed, as well as how to bring them into your diet.  Uncover why the body needs fat.  Also discussed is respect for the animals you consume and indigenous cultures that consider plants to be our ancestors.  Also the historical connection between tooth decay and when humanity began to move towards settlements and farming.

Your Questions Answered about Proteins:

  • What is a bad source of protein?
  • Do you need grains to survive?
  • Johnny's daughter is allergic to shellfish, chicken, some grasses, and such. She needs to get on probiotics, what else is good for her?
  • What are Adrienne's thoughts on protein supplements?
  • Vivian asks: "My 60 year-old friend is having oral surgery tomorrow. What type of protein should he take while he recovers as he won't be able to chew.
  • What about raw eggs?

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Guest Heretic Heather Dane, Co-author Of The Bone Broth Secret

What is the Weekly Q&A?

Each week between podcast seasons Adrienne hosts a FB Live event to answer your questions.

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How To Have Your Questions Answered

Email us at stjllc.cs@gmail.com with your questions or suggestions for upcoming Q&A events.  Be sure to use Weekly Q&A in the subject line.

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Will The Real Protein Please Stand Up; Julia Ross, Author of The Diet Cure and The Mood Cure - Part II

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Julia Ross on The Nutrition HereticToday on the podcast we finish up our conversation with Julia Ross. We discuss the key differences between animal and supposed vegetable protein as well as the effect on the kidneys.  What to expect when you suddenly increase your caloric intake and answer questions from our audience. If you missed the first half of Julia's interview about the connection between mood disorders, cravings, and protein, you can catch it here.

 

Highlights from today's episode:

4:00 ~ An alternative to factory farming and positive changes in animal slaughter.

10:28 ~ Why you need to eat at least 2100 calories a day to lose weight.

17:00 ~ Diets aren't self-discipline nor will power.

23:02 ~ Julia answers questions from our audience.

Grab a copy of Julia's Books and start down the road to breaking free of diets and improve your mood.

 

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The Connection Between Diet and Mood; Julia Ross, author of The Diet Cure and The Mood Cure

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Julia Ross on The Nutrition HereticImagine a world where people whistle joyfully while walking down the street. Nutritional psychotherapist Julia Ross remembers those days and is aiming to bring them back with the contrarian information in her books “The Diet Cure” and “The Mood Cure”. In this show, we’ll learn about the connection between mood disorders, cravings, overweight and protein. We’ll also learn the real reasons why deficiencies in any of the 5 brain chemicals you need to be happy result in cravings and compulsive eating. Don't miss this follow-up up conversation with Julia Ross. We discuss what a protein really is, how the body reacts to the sudden intake of 2100 calories, and why the internet is an unreliable source of information unless you know what to look for.

Highlights from today's episode:

4:38 ~ Why people pride themselves on having a mood disorder.

17:00 ~ What a false mood is, and what you can be done about it.

25:00 ~ Which foods cause a speedball effect.

31:04 ~ Why The Biggest Losers' rebound weight gain may benefit you.

32:32 ~ How to get more amino acids.

36:00 ~ The 5 brain chemicals your brain needs to be happy. Grab a copy of Julia's Books and start down the road to breaking free of diets and improve your mood.

If you'd like to learn more about Dr. Delabos and what he's about, here's his book as well.

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