Protein, Puberty, and Pollutants

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16 thoughts on “Protein, Puberty, and Pollutants

  1. This is such an important but under talked about topic even in the vegan health community. It also has many social/societal constructs tied to it as well. If children didn't go through puberty as early their would be less unwanted teen pregnancies and pressures on both sexes but mostly females to try to live at some ungodly standard. Thank you much for making this Dr. Greger!

  2. Soy has been getting a lambasting lately and here you kind of promote its consumption… i wish you would have addressed the soy controversy in this video. From what i know only fermented soy is what people should be eating. Perhaps this is the kind of soy that Dr. Greger is referring to but i don't know.

  3. Cholesterol free eggs? i didn't even know such a thing existed… keep in mind though that body needs cholesterol. From what i know cholesterol in and of itself isn't bad (it is actually essential to the body) but instead the LDL which are cholesterol transporters are bad. If you're interested in this kind of stuff i'd do a google search for Dr. Chris Masterjohn.

  4. He's addressed soy and how much intake and what types is good in other videos. He tries to keep his videos pretty short, so it wouldn't really make sense to go off on that type of tangent every time that anything remotely related to it comes up.

  5. Actual controversy is about unlabeled or mislabeled soy additive, which hurts people with soy protein allergies and GMO (silly, I know – unless it's pesticide-ready modification, it should be safe).

  6. this video is bunch of crap and danger to children…. give your kids alot meat,preferabely steamed cow or chicken or fish…. protein,vitamin b,creatine and omega in fish

  7. 8: "endocrine disruptor" No mention of "Diethylstilbestrol" let alone dietary staples before Pharmcorp Farms convinced the Meat industries the products sold would be "safe/better" for their animals & families. The question becomes how can protein consumption be adequately & sustainably supplied in the current markets, to be profitable because life saving isn't enough for "producers"… since family farming is no longer the focus
    If I get enough land to garden I think I should start with cruciferous vegetables (Glucosinolates) like broccoli, beans (short-chain fatty acids that boost vitamin absorption; tempeh), Jerusalem Artichokes a.k.a. Sunchokes (inulin <bifidus factor> fiber), Blueberries, corn (grits/polenta), cabbage (kimchee/sauerkraut heals GI & boosts immune function) and Organic Bananas as long as they exist… Put that in your indoor potager cold climate farmers!

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