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Bra o enkel artikel om protein, av Dr Kresser


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"Most people naturally eat the right amount of protein for their needs. Protein is such a crucial nutrient that the brain has specific mechanisms that increase your desire for it if you need more and decrease your desire for it if you’re getting too much; these mechanisms are difficult to override through willpower alone. For this reason, my general recommendation is to simply eat as much protein as you crave.

In the US, this typically averages about fifteen percent of the total calories...

However, there are certain situations where it may be advantageous to increase protein intake to 20 to 30 percent of calories, or even as high as 35 percent of total calories—at least temporarily."

Hela artikeln här: https://chriskresser.com/5-reasons-you-may-need-more-protein-even-on-a-paleo-diet/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=share&utm_term=5-reasons-protein&utm_content&utm_campaign=blog

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Intressant läsning!

Jag har nyligen testat en högprotein-diet i en vecka. Enligt den dieten (Dukan) fick jag inte äta vare sig kolhydrater eller fett. Det fungerade dåligt. Jag saknade fettet till proteinet för att känna mig mätt. Till den grad att jag mot slutet började fuska. Däremot kan jag tänka mig att 35 procent nog skulle passa mig bättre, som både vill gå ned i vikt och har problem med stress. Bara att fortsätta att testa. :D



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