Nutrition with Judy

252. Stronger for Longer: Dr. Donald Layman's Secrets to Bone and Muscle Health

October 23, 2023 Judy Cho
Nutrition with Judy
252. Stronger for Longer: Dr. Donald Layman's Secrets to Bone and Muscle Health
Show Notes

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In this episode, we have the privilege of sitting down with Dr. Donald K. Layman, a renowned expert in the field of dietary protein and amino acids. Dr. Layman is a professor Emeritus in the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He's internationally recognized for his extensive research on muscle development, metabolic regulation for conditions like obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease, and is a sought-after keynote speaker. 

We discuss the following:

  • All about Dr. Donald Layman
  • Excess protein for kidneys
  • Protein, water and kidney
  • Absorption of protein
  • Protein and weight loss
  • Protein for longevity
  • Stats on women breaking hips
  • Resistance training and amino acids
  • Protein meal and fasting
  • Recommended test for muscles
  • Animal vs plant proteins
  • Protein in milk
  • Protein shake vs steak
  • Updates on amino acids on nutrition labels
  • Testing for amino acid levels
  • Where to find Dr. Donald Layman

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