• Understanding Protein

  • Break the Myths of Meat Consumption and Learn All About the Proteins in Your Diet for the Benefit of Your Own Health and Nutrition
  • By: Xavier Zimms
  • Narrated by: Dave Wright
  • Length: 21 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 10-02-15
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Proxy Publishing
  • 3 out of 5 stars (2 ratings)

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Summary

Understanding Protein

Animal or plant protein? Fish or beef? Cow milk or almond milk? These questions are probably in your mind when you go to do the grocery shopping. The debate around what kind of protein has long been waging and this eBook, Understanding Protein tackles the controversy head on. Armed with decades of research and medical opinion, myths are dispelled, common dietary practices are challenged and the protein battle is decisively won.

In this thoroughly researched ebook on the topic of the best type of protein for human consumption you will be shocked by the scientific facts surrounding meat consumption and it’s effect on the human body. The research speaks for itself no matter what side of the argument you may be on.

Understanding Protein does not stop at just meat consumption. If you are a milk drinker, you need to read this book. If you have children and serve them milk because your pediatrician tells you it’s good for them, you need to read this book. If you are a vegetarian, you need to read this book!

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  • Alex
  • 12-10-16

borderline pointless

this book had virtually 0 info on any actual protein or protein synthesis and the driving point behind the book was painfully non descriptive. it was essentially a book to bash meat eaters while providing as little info as possible about amino acids etc

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  • Jim
  • 18-05-18

Vegan Lover

I got the impression that the author of this book is a staunch Vegan and anything that comes from animals is Taboo. I bought it to understand protein, not get a lecture of how horrible animal food is for you. Very disappointed in this book.

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  • James
  • 24-02-15

A Case of Rubbish Well Presented

While the presentation was nice and easy to listen to, the conclusions regarding meat c and saturated fat consumption were ill founded, lacking supportive science and incredible. About the only credible information presented regarded the human consumption of bovine (cow's) milk.

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