Professional scientist answers nutrition questions

Professional scientist answers nutrition questions

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  1. Another great video! I love the "just the current facts" approach and non-preaching tone.

    Could you make a video on choline? What is it? How much do we need? Are there blood tests to check for deficiencies? Do WFPB eaters need to worry about getting enough? If you decide to supplement what is the best form to look for in a supplement? Thanks!

  2. Awesome video! I was wondering if there is any evidence of any possitive or negative effects of plant-based diets (or any other diets for that matter) on Relapsing-Remitting MS patients?

  3. Great video. I am a dietitian and I struggle with my patients every day due to the wrong info on social media. Please can you make a video about coconut products (butter,milk, oil etc) and health

  4. Just subscribed after your even handed review of The Gamechangers. It’s so hard to get information to resonate when people want a cartoon world where everything is either/or. It’s not a binary world. However, personally, the safest bet is always where the preponderance of evidence is pointing.

  5. Every type of B12 is effective. But what about the possible link between B12 pills and cancer.
    If this is true, maybe we need to get the B12 from other animals after all.
    (maybe this "story" that we satisfied in the past our B12 needs with stream water and dirt is not true or really plausible!)

  6. Thank you so much for this. I just subscribed to your channel and I really really respect your thorough and straight to the point approach. Finally something I can rely on.

  7. Sorry, but not all people experience elevated cholesterol as a result of consuming saturated fat. It depends on the variant of the APO B gene that a person has, among other factors.

  8. Saturated fat doses not cause heart disease particle size of ldl dose you are so far behind in your understanding sugar and seed oils affect ldl to small size. No western world illness pre sugar and seed oils high meat high fat hell native Americans Indians ate pemmican free of illness

  9. Amazing videos as always, thank you for the informations.
    I have a question though what about fish red meat keeps coming up but not a lot of talk about fish is it bad too.

  10. eggs are not that high in SFA they are about 2/3 UFA AND ONLY 1/3 SFA, one large egg has only 1.6 grams of SFA, one can easily eat a couple eggs daily while still staying under the 10% calories of SFA recommended by the AHA, which for most people comes to about 20-25 grams of SFA

  11. Sorry, oatmeal and fruit "more health promoting" than eggs ?
    I don't think so.

    Perhaps Organic steel cut oats fermented to make them more digestible, along with mixed berries and chia seeds is getting closer, but let's face it, most people just buy oats thinking they are healthy.
    Aren't they one of the most heavily sprayed grains (not to mention the anti nutrients) ?

    I put it to you that a breakfast of 3 Pasture Raised eggs, along with half a large avocado, some sautéed mushrooms, and perhaps a little home made Sauerkraut on the side is far more health promoting !

  12. Absolutely fantastic videos, thank you very much! What is your recommendation for B12 supplementation? Which type, daily dosage? Do you take any other supplements? Thanx!

  13. One of the best guides I've seen online. I'm a big fan of Dr. Gregor – but his info can be very academic and hard for some people to grasp. That's what I really liked of this video – concise and easily understandable . I'll be sure to share it with my friends that may have a harder time to figure nutrition out.

  14. I think next time I get a question about being vegan I'm gonna use your videos cause you make the most fair and unbiased content about being vegan. And you explain your points with such detail and nuance it's great. I'm gonna watch much more of your videos!

  15. great vid. you speak in a way that is disarming and given the controversies with recent diet fads this is a breath of fresh air. i hope everyone hits the Like button

  16. This video perfectly exemplifies why nobody in their right mind should listen to an 'expert' when it comes to nutrition.

  17. hmmm, theres controversy on your statements…
    you get more nutrition from an egg and an egg size piece of meat than a big bowl of any kind of vegetables, and they are way more bioavailable…
    all grains work as drugs on human body, no safe amout for consumption.

  18. Love your vids doc. You cut the shit and tell it how it is, which is so rare these days. I thank you for your unbiased info. Have just gone vegetarian after seeing game changers. I went and got a heap of tests done then I'll go back in 6 months get them done again and compare. It's hard to know who to believe so thought stuff it, I'll experiment on myself 👍 keep up the good work

  19. Hey there, I believe you‘d be a great fit to collab with someone like GojiMan at some point in the future!😄👍 Have you considered talking about what to do when those basic principle on healthy eating don‘t work in practice (like Food intolerances, etc.)??
    Thank you!

  20. Cigarette companies did their own studies, even use doctors to promote smoking. Why should we trust doctors when doctors can be brought?

  21. have watched a few videos now and i think you have the most unbiased view of nutrition. not a religious vegan or a pro meatard. wfpb seams to be the way to go.

  22. Coconut oil is extremely high in saturated fat and yet a few years ago Dr Michael Mosley, the BBC & Cambridge University fed a small group of people 50g x 30 days and LDL cholesterol was reduced by an average of 15%.
    What do you make of this?

  23. Have you done a vlog on EPA/ DHA? There is so much controversy at the moment. By the wsy, loved the simplicity of your delivery 😊

  24. This guy don't know what he is talking about. Don't trust him! There is a lot of falsified reseach out there that he refere to as science. It was, but are no longer.

  25. Who else subscribed after his review of the Game Changers? XD I really like how you offer information to the point without over complicating it.

  26. You keep mentioning the importance of eating whole vegetables and avoiding processed foods (sounds logical:) Where would you classify ready to eat beans/lentils/corn etc.? How good/bad it is to use these caned foods?

  27. I have a histamine intolerance which makes legumes my main problem while eating a whole foods plant based diet. So how do I get the benefits my body would get from legumes?

  28. I remember scrolling the news feed on my browser. Came across two polar opposite nutrition articles on bananas on the same day. One said, bananas have sugar, so never eat them again. The other said eat bananas, it's not like fruit are candy bars, plus they have vitamins and nutrients too. So, yeah…I can see people's skepticism in the nutrition industry. The experience did make me laugh though, like two Starbucks across from each other xD

  29. Just wondering what the recommended amounts of fat and carbs are, as you mention the recommending amount of protein (which blew my mind as it is a lot lower than I previously thought) required in a few of your videos.

  30. Thank you so much for your videos that are grounded in evidence-based research. It's difficult to find these days.

  31. Your summaries of the established science are terrific. Thanks!
    I know it’s more work, but can you please provide references to the relevant scientific studies in the description?

  32. Your videos are probably the most informative I’ve ever seen in regards to nutrition, you deserve a more mainstream platform. Well done.

  33. Gil. I'd like to invite you on to my channel to defend a number of statements you have made in this video; which are demonstrably in error (and not even maybe). You are misleading people, and providing misinformation in several notable areas in this video. [email protected]

  34. Fantastic job! Question – what about carbs? Can u be on low carbs diet like Keto and be vegan without supplements? And what is your opinion on supplements as such?

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