Class #03 – Protein sources & ideal amounts

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    Understand why so many diets and advertisements put so much focus on protein. Learn how to easily explain to your friends and family how you get your protein on a Protective Diet.

Comments (7)

  1. posted by Karen on December 17, 2015

    I’m a new member and just watched this video. Most of the information was good. Thanks. There are two points I disagree with. 1. According to vegan and other reputable sites, nooch only contains vit B if it is fortified. They strongly suggest that you do not rely on nooch for your b12, especially bulk bins – light destroys b12 and employees could have made a mistake with the type of nooch they put in the bin, etc. Even Dr. McDougall supplements with b12 as per his latest videos. 2. Snopes and many other sites have debunked the idea that microwaves are unsafe and also this specific test you conducted. See snopes for the details.

  2. posted by d7fuqua on September 7, 2015

    What is nooch?

  3. posted by mnatural22 on November 18, 2013

    Oh, I enjoyed this class. I’m catching up on the videos, watching the latest one first. 😉

  4. posted by mnatural22 on November 18, 2013

    Julie, I did the same microwave experiment that you did but with two jade plants. I did it for over six months (I figured two seasons was a good test). The plant with the microwave boiled water ended up just a tad bigger than the non-microwaved one did. So I’m not throwing out my microwave yet.

    • posted by Julie Marie on November 18, 2013

      I used two parlor palms instead of a succulent plant like jade. The reason it takes so long for this experiment to produce results is due to the plant hanging in there with it’s previous resources of water in it’s cells. Many people end this experiment to early. I was just about to stop doing it when over night the plant died. If I would have gone back to regular water the day before I would have never produced such black and white results. A jade plant will take a very long time to dehydrate due to it’s thick succulent leaves. I’m impressed you conducted the experiment for so long.

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