Nutrition with Judy | Carnivore Diet

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

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

Today's episode is sponsored by my friends at Paleovalley.   

Make sure to support this podcast by heading over to Paleovalley.com/NwJ and the 15% off discount will automatically be applied to your first order.
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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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RESOURCES

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CHECK OUT MY BOOK, Carnivore Cure

CHECK OUT MY SECOND BOOK, The Complete Carnivore Diet for Beginners: Your Practical Guide to an All-Meat Lifestyle

SIGN UP FOR MY WEEKLY NEWSLETTER

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ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

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**DISCLAIMER: I am only here to provide support as a nutritional therapy practitioner and I am not providing medical advice. I always recommend working with a team of holistic practitioners, including your PCP and a certified nutritional therapy practitioner. Do not self-diagnose. Always seek medical guidance when you have a medical condition.

Support the Show.

Show Notes

Today's episode is sponsored by my friends at Paleovalley.   

Make sure to support this podcast by heading over to Paleovalley.com/NwJ and the 15% off discount will automatically be applied to your first order.
_____
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

_____

RESOURCES

____

CHECK OUT MY BOOK, Carnivore Cure

CHECK OUT MY SECOND BOOK, The Complete Carnivore Diet for Beginners: Your Practical Guide to an All-Meat Lifestyle

SIGN UP FOR MY WEEKLY NEWSLETTER

_____ 

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

Nutrition with Judy Articles

Nutrition with Judy Resources

_____ 

FIND ME

🌎 Website

📺 YouTube

🏞 Instagram

👤 Facebook

_____ 

**DISCLAIMER: I am only here to provide support as a nutritional therapy practitioner and I am not providing medical advice. I always recommend working with a team of holistic practitioners, including your PCP and a certified nutritional therapy practitioner. Do not self-diagnose. Always seek medical guidance when you have a medical condition.

Support the Show.