High-protein diet

I’m dismayed that people are still living on a high-protein diet. The science against a high-protein diet continues to be found in new research.

One of the reasons for eating high-protein meals and using protein shakes and supplements is to build muscle mass. The evidence in support of this theory is lacking. But, this myth has made lots of money for marketers and for food and supplement manufacturers.

Recently at the gym I saw one of the better trainers at the gym eating a hard-boiled egg. Our relationship is friendly and we poke at each other when we can. As I walked by her I said, “A doughnut would be healthier!” She laughed and said, “No, that’s gluten and sugar. I want protein.” I didn’t respond, I just shook my head as I continued to the next weight machine.

The airwaves for filled with advertising promoting a high-protein diet for weight loss. Again, the evidence is against this falsehood. The evidence gathered over the past 100 years clearly shows that a whole-food plant-based diet is the best for weight loss and for your health.

My Slender For Life™ Hypnosis Weight Loss program has supported hundreds of people around the world since 1990. If you are ready to make lasting healthy changes in your nutritional lifestyle we can meet in my Seattle or Bainbridge Island offices or we can meet online from your home, office, hotel or RV.

High-protein diet

High-Protein Diet Does Not Increase Muscle Mass or Improve Well-Being in Older Men

April 3, 2018: “High protein intake does not increase muscle mass or improve other health outcomes, according to a study published in JAMA Internal Medicine. Researchers randomized 78 participants aged 65 or older into several intervention groups of high-protein diets, testosterone injections, or recommended daily protein intakes and placebo injections and compared lean body mass, physical prowess, and overall well-being. Those who consumed more protein did not increase muscle mass or improve physical functionality, well-being, or responsiveness to testosterone, compared with those who consumed lower amounts of protein. These data suggest policymakers reevaluate protein intake recommendations based on outdated research.”

Read High-Protein Diet Does Not Increase Muscle Mass or Improve Well-Being in Older Men

Physicians Committee For Responsible Medicine

Your Hypnosis Health Info Hypnotic Suggestion for today:

Every day I am become stronger and healthier.

Since January 2, 1997
Learn more about Slender For Life™ Weight Loss Hypnosis.
Call (206) 903-1232 or email for more information.

Celebrating 21 years on Bainbridge Island, in Seattle and world-wide online

Subscribe to my daily blog posts now, right there in the sidebar.