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Too much protein

Discussion in 'Ask Jack' started by DLO, Dec 19, 2016.

  1. DLO

    DLO StarFish

  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    I dont remember. No one knows what protein levels are best because it is tied to heteroplasmy.
  3. JanSz

    JanSz Gold


    On this post you posted one page of your Report of Spectracell Micronutrient analysis.
    The other pages also have important information, but are not available.


    Page #6 of that report gives you three boxes on carbohydrate metabolism.
    If all three are ok
    you should be in the tolerable area (carb/protein/fats).
    your chromium is deficient
    do not know about the other two

    also, you have to make corrections to 11 out of 35 checked.

    Check your
    fasting insulin
    if within 2-3 you are ok (or close)

    High Protein Adversely Affects Your Insulin
    High GI and high amylose carbohydrates Adversely Affects Your Insulin

    Fats are ok
    not fish or krill oil
    seafood, well, better figure out your
    fatty acids
    this guy have 27x the desired level EPA.
    Last edited: Dec 21, 2016
  4. There is an enormous literature on mTOR that I don't see Jack discuss very much. Many experts believe it to be the most important signalling pathway in your body. It is activated by excess protein and chronic activation of mTOR is likely more pernicious than chronic insulin or leptin resistance. Search PubMed as there are dozens if not hundreds of excellent recent reviews on ts molecular biology.
  5. Jamie Ward

    Jamie Ward Gold

    It's covered in his CT blogs where MTOR and IGF-1 are inhibited by cold exposure
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  6. Jamie Ward

    Jamie Ward Gold

    I've gone back to the start of his blog and MTOR featured a lot in those days
  7. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    People with poorly coupled mitochondria are the ones that have to be careful with protein. mTOR has a levee in the Quilt Joe so it has been covered 4-6 years ago.
    Danco3636, Catalin and JanSz like this.

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