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Also it's the more filling carb option for cuts.
What quality are pumpkin seeds (alone)
A problem is, for foods amino acid profiles different sources give different figures.
I can see how combining plant proteins can improve their amino acid profile, but how can this help protein digestibility?
1.6g per kg seems like a lot.
Great Video! thanks a lot
Finally an unbiased video about protein and that both sides are good. I've been mixing my protein for years now. And I am very fit and training for a marathon
Wait... we don't need to mutilate, confine, kill and eat animals to get buff? Then why are we doing it?
animal protein also comes from plant , animals eat a plant and those proteins goes to the muscle. eat meat is eating recycled protein. so plant foods have raw protein which is better.
For human health, and athletic performance, plant proteins from intact plants are FAR superior to animal proteins and/or protein powders of any kind. You're much more likely to injure yourself via excess protein and fat, if you eat too much meat. A little meat is fine (like, 2 or 3 ounces a day, if it's lean and not CAFO-engineered crap) but overconsumption of it will eventually clog your arteries and kill (among other things, fellas...🍆) your gains. The vast majority of your dietary proteins should be coming from beans, grains, starchy roots, greens, and other seeds. My unsolicited advice - stay away from protein chasing, or you're gonna have a bad time. About 1.0 to 1.6 grams protein per kilogram of bodyweight is more than enough; and you do not need protein powders for that...EVER! It's extremely easy to meet protein requirements for athletes, simply by adding 800 calories or so of legumes to the daily diet, and that little 2 ounce piece of beef or fish is going to put you over the top for your protein needs, no matter what.
Oh thank you for this clear and uncomplicated info. I’ve been listening to Gabrielle Lyon promoting a meat based diet and was feeling totally confused about my pescatarian/plant based lifestyle 😅. She seems to be of the opinion that in order to get the right kind of protein for muscle growth this can’t be achieved without animal products such as red meat (or it is very difficult to match it on a mostly plant based diet)
Your vlog has cleared up that question in my mind 😊
I haven’t checked your channel out in a few years and wow dude you got really really good at this. I mean you were great before but now your super hammering it!
As far as protein powder goes, I’m fully in the plant-based camp. I used to do whey, but it was so hard on my digestive system, and ever since I switched my stomach and bowel movements have been much better. Yeah, it may not have the best absorption, but I already way overshoot my protein goals and it’s worth feeling more comfortable in my day to day. I’m not vegan or vegetarian, but plant based powder is my jam.
Yeah buddy, that's gonna be a no from me. Mixing and matching different plant sources to achieve similar amino-acid values as meat still doesn't make it equivalent. Plant based protein is still less bioavailable compared to animal protein, even if you mix in all the potatoes and soy you want. Also the source of your protein does matter, stop schilling for plants
A new study shows that even a blend of plant proteins dosed to have equal amounts of lysine and other amino acids was STILL less bioavailable in the blood streams of study participants....I still take plant protean simply because whey protean bloats me and makes me look ugly...but I double up the dosage of plant protean compared to whey in hopes of counteracting the lower availability, it it more expensive in that regard..
The gut microbiome has a big effect on plant protein and nutrient absorption specially when these gut microbiome destroy the antinutrient in the food to absorb everything easily you just have to give the microbes fiber so they can do their job.
Hi, i'm vegetarian but i mostly eat plant based. I go to the gym, I'm a 24 and a woman and I eat 150g of nutritionally complete vegetable proteins (I would say 98% vegetable). my macros are: 150p, 60-70f, 200c (1700/1800kcal a day). I don't eat a lot of carbohydrates even though I'm a vegetarian. I can assure you that reaching a decent intake of complete protein is not complicated if you are diet conscious. Obviously eating chicken breast would be much easier but at the same time I don't think it's worth it for other reasons, for example I have had problems digesting meat since I was a child and eating like that would cause me intestinal problems and severe stomach pain
I like diversity in my food not just 1 plant protein