Nobody in the field of health and nutrition disputes the fact that we need our protein in our diet. Conversations come when we talk about the amount and resources of our protein intake.
As a planned medical Christian teacher, I must say that I am convinced of the absolute truth of the subject. The truth must be known. The facts must be understood. There is a high risk of pursuing abundant propaganda through the media.
We need protein as we grow to create new cells and repair or replace cells through life. Nevertheless, it is beyond any doubt that too many proteins are the main cause of the disease. That is why we need to be able to find out how much a minimal minimum is and how much is too much. So far, there is no reliable research that has laid this exact science.
Proteins have the highest percentage of input funds when we grow the fastest. This fact is "no-brains". We know that breast milk is the ideal nutrition for the baby. No other food is needed in the first year. Logic would tell you that by examining the percentage growth rate of breast milk at various phases of growth, we will give a clue to our real needs.
Breast milk contains 2,38% protein during the first week. Much is happening in the human baby's body during the first week. It just makes sense that it requires a lot of protein, with cells growing fast.
Next month, the percentage of protein in breast milk will decrease to about 1.79%. Although the child is still growing, it does not grow so fast and does not require so much protein.
At the beginning of the third month, breast milk protein levels are reduced to 1.49%. This level of protein keeps growing steadily without any supplements.
Over six months, breast milk protein decreased to 1.07% At this moment, most babies get some supplementary nutrition. However, relying solely on breast milk, they maintain healthy growth without supplementary supplementation.
Why do adults who do not grow up need more protein than a fast-growing baby? It should be noted that this level of protein in breast milk is easily crossed with vegetables and fruits.
Before we move on, look at animals that are all familiar to us. The TC nutrition science course is presented in the following table. Bake.
Days of Newborns to Double Their Weight and
Average Protein Percentage in Breastfeeding
Man ____ 180 ____ 1.6
Horse ______ 60____2
Milk ________ 47 ____ 3.5
Little _________ 19 ____ 4.3
Pigs _________ 18 ____ 5.9
Lamb _______ 10 ____ 6,5
Dog _________ 8 ____ 7.1
Cat _________ 7 ____ 9.5
From this table it is easy to see growth influences the need for protein. It is important to note that raising the level of breast milk will not increase faster.
However, it has been shown that consumption of higher protein drinks can cause a lot of damage to an infant. Most of the problems experienced by children can be reclaimed from the cow's milk protein. Crude cow's milk is a much less harmful side effect compared to pasteurized milk. But the point is, the cow's milk is designed for a calf that doubles its weight 3 times faster than a human baby.
After we stopped at about 18-22 years of age, we need only protein to repair damaged cells and replace old cells. This is primarily due to our lifestyle, toxins consumption, and injuries. We need primary fuel. We do not use protein for fuel.
It is difficult for our body to gain fuel from protein in animal products. The process of obtaining energy from protein sources requires more energy than it can gain from animal meat or other products. The result is a net energy loss. Therefore, Atkins diet people get loose weight, especially when they consume lean meats. They get too much protein and not enough other nutrients. That's also because after a big animal meal, we feel tired and relaxed.
So, how much protein do we really need?
Much of the controversial inventory of research conducted at the end of the 1800s when researchers found that protein between 100 and 125 grams per day was needed. One of the researchers conducted experiments on dogs and found that they needed about 125 grams of protein per day. However, it did not take into account the fact that dogs have 5 times as many proteins as human percentages.
Further experiments, years later, in Germany, showed that 30 to 40 grams per day is more than enough. However, original studies have already been adopted and it is difficult to catch people from false theories. Thus, the facility set the amount 60 to 70 grams per day. Today, with the support of the meat, milk and egg industries, recommendations remain at this level.
A study on the prevalence of high health and low disease, which consumes mainly vegetable foods containing small amounts of fish, shows that on average about 37 grams is sufficient to perform hard physical work.
There are other studies in people groups in some quiet islands who consume only about 15 grams of protein per day and live in excellent health.
There are many fruitful and vegetarian folk groups who consume raw fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds that do not show protein deficiency or other nutrient deficiency by 15 to 30 grams of protein per day.
Obviously, this diet is adequate to meet the protein needs. All fruits and vegetables have the protein they need to consume. If you consume enough fruit or vegetables to get energy, you get much more protein than you need.
On the other hand, researchers like Colin Campbell have proved that too much protein, especially for animal products, is the primary cause of the disease.
What Americans and all other Western-style diets need to take our concerns about high protein diets. A high-protein diet is just a matter of selling the products and trying vain efforts to pick up the pieces and destroy the high-protein destruction that they think are good for their bodies.
The sad truth is that we are consuming too much protein from the wrong source of our own disease. Just because you like the taste of your favorite animal products does not mean that it is good for you or that you are strong, healthy and satisfied.