Should you eat meat before you sleep? Before or after you work out? How much protein should you be having every day? What are the best eco-friendly protein sources? Should babies be on a vegan diet? Professor Mikael Fogelholm from University of Helsinki clears up protein nutritional myths and more on this episode of Well, Actually.
You can find Mikael on Twitter @MikaelFogelholm.
0:48 Who's Mikael Fogelholm?
1:36 Recommended daily protein intake
3:59 Consuming too much protein?
5:13 Different amino acids from different protein sources
5:56 Best protein source
6:21 Essential amino acids missing from grains and pulses
7:03 Vegan protein nutrition myths
9:15 How proteins break down in the body
11:21 High protein intake is bad for kidneys?
14:39 Side effects of too little protein
16:39 Should babies be on vegan diet?
18:46 Protein powder supplements
20:19 Does protein powder really help you bulk up?
22:42 Post work-out recovery: protein intake
24:07 Post work-out recovery: protein shakes
24:44 Does protein powder cause kidney stones?
27:50 The best time to take protein
29:09 Is it okay to eat meat before you sleep?
31:32 Why is fish and meat separated in Finnish food pyramid?
35:16 Why do dietary guidelines limit red meat and processed meat?
39:02 The sustainability of red meat
40:03 Is organic meat really more sustainable?
42:19 How to calculate the sustainability of different protein sources
45:24 Can you balance your health with the environment?
46:48 Where to find Mikael online
47:29 End of Season One
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