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there’s a lot of people out there that tell you if you eat the same thing over and over and over again eventually your body’s not going to even be able to recognize the food that you’re eating okay we develop like an immunity or some kind of just ability to not recognize that food anymore unfortunately there’s a little bit of truth to that but we can circumnavigate this whole issue if you just have an understanding or a fundamental comprehension of what’s happening inside your body when we do eat the same kinds of foods over and over and over again so if for example if you eat chicken and broccoli and chicken and broccoli and chicken and broccoli to an extent eventually your body’s going to get tired of chicken and broccoli sure there’s a nutrient thing we have to look at there we need to get all the nutrients in from other foods but it actually goes beyond that it’s more about the immune system and more about your gut bacteria and I just want to make sure that you getting the most out of your foods that you can get lean so you can get the body you want and so you can build the muscle that you want to so let’s go ahead and let’s break it all down you’re tuned in to the Internet’s leading performance nutrition and fat loss channel new videos on Tuesdays Fridays and Sundays at 7 a.m. Pacific time and a bunch of other videos throughout the week as well please go ahead and hit that red subscribe button and then I beg of you to please hit that little Bell icon a lot of people are joining our notification squad if you hit the little bell icon it turns on notifications so every time I post a new video or do a live broadcast you don’t miss a beat alright so let’s get an understanding of what happens when you eat the same kind of protein day in and day out so first thing we have to look at is our bacteria within our guts and I know it’s a boring exhausted subject but I promise this is a little bit more exciting you see our gut bacteria we’ve got billions and trillions of bacteria we got we don’t even know how many really yeah the fact is that’s a very important part of our immune system it’s a very important part of our fat loss system it’s a very important part of our enzymatic or hormone system everything and when we eat one particular food it grows one area of our bacteria and deprives another area of our bacteria and if we eat another food it can grow in another area of our bacteria so it’s all about having a diverse plethora of different foods so that begs the question well when we’re on a specific kind of diet like a keto diet or any other kind of diet where we’re limiting certain foods are we preventing ourselves from getting the right bacteria or feeding the right bacteria well let’s go ahead and let’s take a look at a study that broke this down a little bit so there’s a study that was published in the American Journal of microbiology took a look at test subjects that ate a lot of what is called rs2 starch okay this rs2 starch is usually like a kind of like a potato starch now in this case they found that when they consumed rs2 starch in copious amounts they had a big proliferation of new bacterium okay specific kind of bacteria now that was interesting but what they found is that they had a massive die-off of other kinds of bacteria so they found by not only feeding more of one specific food did it grow a specific bacteria it actually caused other bacteria to die off now of course this is with starches so not necessarily apples to apples when we’re talking about proteins and things but it still does show us that when we eat specific foods it grows different areas of our bacteria now why does this pose a problem well because if we have an imbalance of bacteria we have a big increase in what are called lipopolysaccharides and these lipopolysaccharides go into our bloodstream and they trigger immune system responses they trigger inflammation throughout our body but they also prevent the activation of cyclic adenosine monophosphate and these other things that allow us to burn fat so yes literally speaking and I know people battle me for saying literally but this literally does happen because you are eating the same kind of food consistently and not getting a full spectrum of other nutrients you are potentially causing your body to turn off its fat-burning mechanisms now let’s break it down a little bit more because we can hypothesize this entire thing with proteins too now this study took a look at starches starches obviously have a bigger impact on bacteria okay there are broken out into sugars and that feeds bacteria but proteins to a degree break down and feed bacteria too so for example if we’re eating one specific kind of protein one specific kind of food all the time we are going to feed one specific form of bacteria and allow another form of bacteria to die off so for example eating some protein from beef might feed one kind of bacteria eating some protein from chicken might feed another having some P protein might feed another etc etc so it’s really important when we look at the gut bacteria now a lot of people will tell you that rotating your proteins is more about the amino acids that we need to get amino acids from four kinds of protein to make sure that we get a full spectrum of amino acids I call nonsense on that here’s why when you eat any kind of protein whether it’s from a veggie source or a meat source it is deaminated what that means is it breaks down the protein into amino acids all those amino acids collectively go into a pool for lack of a better term and within this pool your body can pull from it what it needs so if it needs all amino acids it’s gonna pull from that pole if it needs one or two amino acids it’s gonna pull from that so we break down proteins and put them into one just Universal area we don’t get specific proteins from specific things and then directly feed we don’t eat steak and it directly goes and feeds our quat okay it goes into an area where the body can use it so don’t worry about that it’s about the gut bacteria but the other big piece we have to look at is food intolerances when we do eat the same thing we can and we will develop food intolerances and the whole autoimmune community knows about this all too much eating the same thing over and over can trigger what is called an IgG or even an IgE response so it can trigger all kinds of immune responses that trigger inflammation this inflammation of course leads to the famed leaky gut which I’m not going to go down that rabbit hole because it’s controversial but what that means is we have inflammation within our gut that is causing larger particles of protein and larger particles of food to get into our bloodstream when they’re not fully digested and what happens there is the body has no choice but to attack them now when I say attack I don’t mean that you’re gonna fall flat on your face because your body’s an all-out war against things I mean a low-grade inflammation that’s making it so that the protein you’re consuming isn’t actually getting to work so if you’re just eating chicken and chicken and chicken and maybe a little bit of beef here and there you’re going to develop some kind of immunoglobulin response and it’s going to cause a problem you need to rotate your proteins and that includes your protein powders especially with things like way when you are also not only getting the same kind of protein over and over you’re getting the different immune response from the dairy to eventually you’re not going to have the same effect from whey protein as you did when you first started using it now let me break down a quick study that is really there was a study that was published out of the Mayo Clinic okay this is legit stuff that took frozen Sara from 1946 so what that means is like plasma frozen blood etc from 1946 and then it took modern-day Sara modern-day blood modern-day plasma and what they did is they took regular glutton regular wheat and they tested both samples with the week to see what kind of immune response there was we all know if celiac and gluten intolerance right so here’s what was wild the frozen Sara from 1946 didn’t have that much of a response to the gluten like very seldom do they see any kind of celiac issue or anything like that but the modern-day blood the modern-day plasma with the same wheat saw four times as much celiac response four times as much autoimmune response what gives it’s the same gluten the same wheat but frozen Sara from 1946 versus today what that shows us is it’s not necessarily the wheat that’s the problem it’s us changing because we’ve consumed so much wheat over the last 50 years 50 60 70 years that our bodies have changed and our bodies have developed an immune response to it because of the overconsumption of wheat so not only does this happen in a lifetime but it also happens generationally we are changing our bodies are saying no more wheat right so this begs the question once again does this happen with proteins of course it’s going to happen with proteins if it happens with a wheat there’s nothing super special about wheat that’s going to make it happen with wheat but not with something else perhaps we just understand that we can measure celiac disease but maybe there’s undetectable diseases or undetectable autoimmune issues that occur from the overconsumption of specific proteins rotate your proteins okay this is again why I recommend using way and then also switching over to animal sources then switching over to collagen then switching over to pea protein and for those of you that use a ton of whey protein now might be a good time to switch over to pea protein and just for those of you that are watching this video just so you know I wanted to go ahead and give you guys some special pricing on Sun warriors pea protein they’re a big sponsor of this channel and it’s a perfect place for me to mention it so if you guys want to check them out there’s a link down in the description gets you a special discount on a full-spectrum p+ hemp protein blend so when it comes down to getting some kind of protein powder that’s different from way but going to give you the full spectrum of amino acids that you need to build muscle and burn fat you’re definitely going to want to make sure you check them out you want to rotate through it’s something that I do so I’ll go a little bit a period of time on whey protein isolate then I’ll go the bulk of my period of time with pea protein and then I’ll go off of protein powders all together for a little bit of time and really just try to go with my clean animal sources as much as I can then I’ll rotate back through to pee back through the way I always rotate through I’d say the bulk of the time I’m using pee simply because it gives you a little bit more of that gut bacteria feed that I need there’s a little bit of some starch in there so I feel like that’s good anyway you want to rotate them up as much as you possibly can so we don’t want to develop an immune response okay we want to make sure that we’re constantly rotating through and constantly switching up as much as we possibly can even if there’s not a ton of research backing this up we do know that to some degree we have an immune response so switch it up keep it fresh and that way you’re not going to develop a nutritional deficiency as well as always make sure you’re keeping it locked in here in my channel and I’ll see you in the next video
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Avoid Eating The Same Things (rotate proteins) – Thomas DeLauer
Low-nutrient diets may interfere with the body’s ability to suppress immune cells that are capable of attacking harmless proteins
A diet deficient in vitamin A, then, might undermine the body’s ability to keep its immune system from attacking harmless proteins like gluten
New research suggests that limiting dietary diversity may actually be bad for your gut
Researchers in this review hypothesized that eating certain foods selectively nourishes single species of microbiota in the gut and provides “a competitive advantage over others”
It seems that a more varied diet leads to a rich and diverse microbiome, both of which are key indicators for a healthy gut
Resistant Starch Example
Different strains of bacteria have specific substrates they like to feed on, and while some are happy to feed on RS2, others prefer different forms of fiber
When we consume unnaturally high (e.g., supplemented) levels of one type of resistant starch (or one type of any fiber), we risk selectively feeding certain strains of bacteria while lowering the proportion of other beneficial kinds.
Even beneficial probiotic strains of bacteria can overgrow, and this is especially a concern when this comes at the expense of microbial diversity – a diverse microbiome is a resilient and healthy one
A study published in the American Society for Microbiology found that a raw potato diet (RS2) caused human-derived fecal communities to show a major rise in Bacteroides and Eubacterium rectale (beneficial bacteria that thrive on RS2), due to the diet over-feeding them with their preferred food source
But the raw potato diet also suppressed levels of bifidobacteria and lactobacilli – two types of beneficial bacteria that favor RS3 over RS2 and which enjoy other fiber types like inulin
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Pea protein, however, is an exception because it’s rich in all nine essential amino acids except for methionine (more later)
Pea protein uses fewer resources (water and fertilizers namely) and seems to be less environmentally impactful than other proteins
Hemp seeds are also a rich source of gamma linolenic acid (GLA), a polyunsaturated fatty acid which may also have anti-inflammatory effects.
GLA is rapidly converted to dihomo GLA (DGLA) which is incorporated into cell membrane phospholipids
Arachidonic acid is the omega-6 found abundantly in meat and dairy, and the precursor to pro-inflammatory eicosinoids like PGE2.
These have been added not only to enhance the protein content, but to provide an antioxidant source to the product
Contains the antioxidants carotenoids, lycopene and lutein, and also contains about as much vitamin C as lemons and oranges (per serving)
Coconut (Lauric Acid + MCTs)
Antimicrobial effects of the lauric acid, and the ketone-boosting effects of the MCT’s
Note these sources are not peer reviewed, nor did they provide any references or resources – all hypothesized
The problem with eating the same foods over and over is that your immune system becomes very alert to the consumption of foods that are consumed consistently over and over
If this food leaks into our system, as the term leaky gut implies, then our immune system begins to target that food and it develops a response against it
These antibodies bind to the antigen that is created by undigested protein. It does this in an effort to protect the body from what is now recognized by a possible pathogen or some other foreign aggressor in the body.
If this process is drawn out for too long, the body becomes so familiarized with that protein – such as gluten – that it will create antigens on a regular basis. The problem is that to create these antigens takes a lot of energy from the immune system.
Over time, you have what is called a weakened immune system or autoimmune disease, which is simply due to the fatigue and exhaustion from the overstimulated immune response
Hidden Food Intolerances
There is another type of food allergy that is more insidious and may take up to 72 hours to surface. This is a delayed food allergy & is technically a food sensitivity, an IgG response, which refers to the IgG antibody, the largest circulating antibody in your system.
What happens in this situation is that the IgG antibody marks certain food particles as antigens, and when you eat these foods (take wheat, for example), the body mounts an immune response and attack in response