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Ted Naiman: Hunter-gatherers ate 30 – 35% protein
presents episode 754 | Dr Ted Naiman
Peak Human podcast

On body composition [body fat%] “Everyone is bracketed by their
All you can do is be the best you
can be within your bracket”
-Goal: get better than you were before
-aim as high as possible for your genes
Need more lean mass; less fat mass
-the more muscle mass; longer will live

For most people, to improve body
-work on simultaneously gaining
muscle and losing fat
-protein vs non-protein energy
-Eat protein: support muscle mass
-Eat non-protein: support fat mass
-eat carbs: displace fat oxidation
[have to burn digested carbs first]

Protein is there to build muscle mass…
-If you have stimulus from resistance
training &
“You will have muscle protein synthesis
will accrue lean mass
—within your genetic limits

Worldwide humans eating 15% protein
-US, over past 60 years: 12.5%
[dilution of protein due to processing
carbs and fats [seed oils]] Result: obesity climbing, due to
-must now eat more calories to get
the protein body demands

Protein leverage phenomenon
-studies show that when we get to
45% fat & 45% carbs [10% protein] maximizes building fat mass
“We are approaching this in US”
Key point:
-when protein goes up, we lose bodyfat
Database of successful weight loss:
-protein up to 19 to 20%

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