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so as you know there’s quite a bit of conflict right now between veganism and the meat-eaters and my viewpoint is if you want to go vegan go for it I have no problem with that the only challenge I have is if you do it unhealthily so if you look at some of the videos right now the critiques on this movie they’re going back and forth in certain points with the athletes with different studies I’m gonna take this in a different direction so my ultimate goal is to basically get people to eat real food now the problem is defining what that means right so I’m just gonna take the definition of the word food of the dictionary that which is eaten to sustain life provide energy and promote the growth and repair of tissues nourishment it comes from the derivation which means nutrients so as long as you’re getting your nutrients and your fuel you’re eating food now it’s a lot more challenging to get all your nutrients being a vegan like zinc for example which is very high in shellfish and fish and meat but not very high in vegetables iron is more readily available in animal products however on the flip side of that there’s a lot of people that have too much iron because it’s really hard to get rid of iron in which case I would highly recommend they avoid red meat if they have excessive amounts of iron because this could be very very damaging on the liver and the brain same thing with calcium if they’re not consuming dairy it’s a little more difficult to get calcium and also DHA which is an omega-3 fatty acid now in vegan foods you’re gonna get ala which converts to DHA but not in a significant way however you can get DHA from algae b12 which is mainly an animal products however you can find it in wheatgrass juice powder but I would recommend adding that if you want to become a vegan and vitamin D of course you can get this from the Sun so as long as you’re getting all your nutrients and you’re getting high-quality protein you could be a vegan and be perfectly healthy then there are a couple points I do want to mention because when I was in practice I a lot of vegans coming in over the years that consume absolutely zero vegetables okay and they were consuming a tremendous amount of bread pasta fruit and sugar and they basically were not very healthy somewhere losing their teeth some were losing their hair so if you were to consume more vegetables that have the minerals the full length of vitamin C in the final nutrients that’d be much much better than consuming bread and potato and refined carbs now if you’re trying to lose weight or you have insulin resistance or you’re pre-diabetic or diabetic it’s just more difficult to being a vegan because trying to keep your carbs low and your fats high and your protein at a moderate amount is just more difficult and on the flip side when I talk about healthy keto I’m actually comparing that to something called dirty keto which doesn’t emphasize vegetables I do I recommend more vegetables than most vegan plans out there I recommend 7 10 10 cups of vegetables every single day now just because someone’s doing keto doesn’t mean anything doesn’t mean that they’re eating healthier foods or higher quality foods or satisfying all their nutrient requirements so I think there actually is both unhealthy versions of keto and unhealthy versions of veganism but the bottom line is just making sure you’re getting all your nutrients being a vegan you’re gonna have to know how to do it correctly and enhance your diet with the supplements to fulfill those potential missing nutrients the other point I want to bring up is if you’re pregnant or breastfeeding I highly recommend not being a vegan because of the chance of having some deficiencies that could be a big problem in the development of that child now there are two other points I want to mention because in game-changers they’re really talking about the dangers of eating animal products well I would love to see just one little study that shows any negative effects from consuming grass-fed grass-finished or organic meats or organic eggs is no studies that show any negative effects so when we recommend healthy keto recommending high quality ingredients some of the studies that vegans quote are done with processed foods based on question years which I believe are not valid and the last point is this if someone has gut inflammation celiac irritable bowel syndrome Crohn’s something like that I do not recommend consuming a lot of vegetables I do not recommend being a vegan with all the beans and the legumes I recommend actually being a carnivore for two or three months get your gut to reset and heal then start slowly adding vegetables into the diet and I think that would be the best approach anyway there you have it my opinion on game-changers so if you want more knowledge on how to create a healthy body subscribe now and get daily notifications
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In this video, I’m going to talk about keto and veganism. I’m also going to give you my opinion on “The Game Changers” movie.
My viewpoint is, if you want to go vegan, you should do it. I have no problem with that. The only challenge I see is if you do it unhealthily.
My ultimate goal is to get people to eat real food. The problem is defining what real food means. Essentially, as long as you’re getting your nutrients and your fuel—you’re eating food.
It can be difficult to get all of your nutrients being vegan. Nutrients like:
• Zinc, iron, calcium
• Vitamin D
As long as you’re getting all of your nutrients and your getting high-quality protein, you can be a vegan and be perfectly healthy.
If you’re trying to lose weight, you have insulin resistance, you’re prediabetic, or you’re diabetic, it can be more difficult to be a vegan.
Dirty keto – doesn’t emphasize vegetables
Healthy keto and intermittent fasting – emphasizes vegetables (more vegetables than many vegan diet plans)
There are both unhealthy versions of keto and unhealthy versions of veganism. The bottom line is to make sure you’re getting all of your nutrients.
If you’re pregnant or breast-feeding, I highly recommend not being a vegan because of the chance of having deficiencies that could be a big problem in the development of the child.
In “The Game Changers,” they’re talking about the dangers of eating animal products. I would like to see a study that shows any negative effects from consuming grass-fed grass-finished organic meats or organic eggs. There are none.
When we recommend healthy keto, we’re recommending high-quality ingredients. Some studies vegans quote are done with processed foods and are based on questioners.
If you have something along the lines of gut inflammation, celiac disease, or irritable bowel syndrome, I do not recommend a lot of vegetables or veganism. I recommend you be a carnivore for 2-3 months, then slowly add vegetables to the diet.
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