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Proteinaholic Rebuttal

Proteinaholic Rebuttal
Howard, I applaud you for co-authoring the book Proteinaholic and approaching the Super Human Radio interview with a combination of open-mindedness, thoughtfulness, and skepticism. You were a joy to listen to and I believe that we need more individuals such as yourself promoting the diversity of thought that Proteinaholic brings to light. While the bulk of this letter addresses certain topics that we do not see eye-to-eye on, I want to start by highlighting the numerous points of agreement that were brought up throughout the hour interview. The irony with these, of course, is that they have little to nothing to do with protein. 1)      All humans in the world are the same species and we will therefore have a fundamental dietary pattern that best suits our needs. At the core, this will be a whole-foods, plant-based diet without all the processed crap (can I say that on here?). 2)      The...
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Yet another study on a truly high-protein diet (3.3 g/kg/day) – it’s safe in resistance-training males and you may lose a little fat

Yet another study on a truly high-protein diet (3.3 g/kg/day) – it’s safe in resistance-training males and you may lose a little fat
Dr. Jose Antonio has put out some truly novel research looking at high-protein diets. I’m not talking about the arbitrary 30% of calories that can vary widely depending on energy intake. Rather, I’m talking about grams per unit of bodyweight – as it should be. Previous research by Dr. Antonio had shown that taking a group of healthy resistance-training men and women and having them increase their protein intake from 2.3 to 4.4 g/kg (1 to 2 g/lb) had no effect on body composition. This study was followed up with another study that showed that consuming 3.4 g/kg (1.5 g/lb) had a more favorable effect on body composition than consuming 2.3 g/kg (1 g/lb) when combined with a structured resistance training program. This latter study also showed no signs of harmful effects from a basic metabolic panel. Now, Antonio et al have published the third study digging into this rabbit hole....
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Anti-Inflammatory Protein Shake

Anti-Inflammatory Protein Shake
Wait until you try this recipe! While Turmeric is the star of this show, you can’t disregard the supporting characters which are Ginger, Cinnamon, Vanilla, Pineapple, Greek Yogurt, Coconut Milk and of course Whey Protein. Adding Turmeric and Ginger to your diet is one of the best things that you can do for your health so, I am constantly on a quest to do just that. Both Turmeric and Ginger are powerful anti-oxidants, while Cinnamon may help improve glucose and lipid levels. Both Turmeric and Ginger have powerful anti-Inflammatory properties while Pineapple has been shown to aid in digestion. And bonus, it adds a touch of sweetness to the mix. The Coconut Milk not only adds a great flavor and a touch of frothiness but it also adds the necessary fat to increase the bio-availability of these super star ingredients. I guess I could go on and on about the health...
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