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"monica ryan eagle" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

04:41 min | 2 months ago

"monica ryan eagle" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

"Hello and welcome to the nutrition diva podcast I'm your host? Monica. Ryan Eagle. I've got a series of questions from listeners lately, and although the specific topics were quite different, they all have a common root, and that is confusion about what various food designations and certifications mean for example, royds question was about contaminants in protein powders. He wrote I was recently researching which protein powder to buy and to my shock, one of the brands I was looking at was rated worst in terms of contaminants, specifically lead and cadmium. This plant based protein was certified USDA. Organic clearly, this label means nothing since they do not test for heavy metal contaminants. Why do we place so much importance on the USDA organic label if it does not protect us from contaminants? Dennis on the other hand was surprised to find that certified Vegan. Products are often full of miscellaneous chemicals and artificial ingredients. He wrote I've come to the conclusion that if I want to eat nutritious meals, avoiding processed foods whether Vegan or not may be more important than seeking out certified vegan products. And Elaine's question had to do with weight loss. She wrote I've already cut gluten and dairy out of my diet. I'm not sure what else. I can do to lose weight. Now in each case I think there's some confusion about what various labels such as organic Vegan or gluten free do and don't mean for your health nutrition. Certified Organic for example does not mean free of chemicals. It also doesn't mean more nutritious or healthier. It means that no synthetic chemical pesticides or fertilizers were added to the crops or the soils. nother reason that organic products can contain heavy metals, including cadmium, lead and arsenic is that these minerals are naturally occurring in the environment, even though they're not added through fertilizers or pesticides, they exist in the soil and the reason that Vegan protein powders are often higher in heavy metals, then way or egg-based protein powders is that plants tend to absorb these medals from the soil. They're grown in. Similarly, the designation Vegan does not mean healthier or more, nutritious or even more natural. It only means that no animal products are used as defense out a lot of the certified Vegan foods that you'll find on the shelves. These days are highly processed junk food. And furthermore eliminating gluten or dairy from your diet does not automatically lead to weight loss. Now Gluten containing foods like breads, cookies, crackers, pastas, and other flour based foods can contribute a lot of calories to your diet without a whole lot of nutrition and cutting down on flour based foods is actually not a bad strategy for losing weight, but not if you simply replace them all with gluten, free versions of the same things, because it's not the gluten per se, that's the problem gluten. Free products are often lower in fiber and higher in sugar and calories than they're gluten. Containing counterparts. In fact, people who adopt a gluten free diet for medical reasons often end up gaining weight. Because, we played a certain value on something being organic Vegan, local, sustainable or gluten free. These designations often enjoy a bit of a health halo. If we perceive them as being better for us in one aspect, we tend to think of them as being better in every dimension, but this is not at all the case certifications such as organic Vegan or gluten. Free mean only what they say, Vegan does not mean organic organic does not mean healthy local does not mean small. And because they encompass such a diversity of priorities, it's impossible to objectively rank them from best to worse or to use any one of these designations as a proxy for overall merit. On the other hand, doing exhaustive research and suppliers or pouring over the ingredient list for every food you buy is probably not realistic, so you may be able to use one or more of these designations as a shortcut to identify or weed out products that do or don't fit your criteria.

Organic, Gluten-Free, Vegan: Which One's Healthiest?

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

04:41 min | 2 months ago

Organic, Gluten-Free, Vegan: Which One's Healthiest?

"Hello and welcome to the nutrition diva podcast I'm your host? Monica. Ryan Eagle. I've got a series of questions from listeners lately, and although the specific topics were quite different, they all have a common root, and that is confusion about what various food designations and certifications mean for example, royds question was about contaminants in protein powders. He wrote I was recently researching which protein powder to buy and to my shock, one of the brands I was looking at was rated worst in terms of contaminants, specifically lead and cadmium. This plant based protein was certified USDA. Organic clearly, this label means nothing since they do not test for heavy metal contaminants. Why do we place so much importance on the USDA organic label if it does not protect us from contaminants? Dennis on the other hand was surprised to find that certified Vegan. Products are often full of miscellaneous chemicals and artificial ingredients. He wrote I've come to the conclusion that if I want to eat nutritious meals, avoiding processed foods whether Vegan or not may be more important than seeking out certified vegan products. And Elaine's question had to do with weight loss. She wrote I've already cut gluten and dairy out of my diet. I'm not sure what else. I can do to lose weight. Now in each case I think there's some confusion about what various labels such as organic Vegan or gluten free do and don't mean for your health nutrition. Certified Organic for example does not mean free of chemicals. It also doesn't mean more nutritious or healthier. It means that no synthetic chemical pesticides or fertilizers were added to the crops or the soils. nother reason that organic products can contain heavy metals, including cadmium, lead and arsenic is that these minerals are naturally occurring in the environment, even though they're not added through fertilizers or pesticides, they exist in the soil and the reason that Vegan protein powders are often higher in heavy metals, then way or egg-based protein powders is that plants tend to absorb these medals from the soil. They're grown in. Similarly, the designation Vegan does not mean healthier or more, nutritious or even more natural. It only means that no animal products are used as defense out a lot of the certified Vegan foods that you'll find on the shelves. These days are highly processed junk food. And furthermore eliminating gluten or dairy from your diet does not automatically lead to weight loss. Now Gluten containing foods like breads, cookies, crackers, pastas, and other flour based foods can contribute a lot of calories to your diet without a whole lot of nutrition and cutting down on flour based foods is actually not a bad strategy for losing weight, but not if you simply replace them all with gluten, free versions of the same things, because it's not the gluten per se, that's the problem gluten. Free products are often lower in fiber and higher in sugar and calories than they're gluten. Containing counterparts. In fact, people who adopt a gluten free diet for medical reasons often end up gaining weight. Because, we played a certain value on something being organic Vegan, local, sustainable or gluten free. These designations often enjoy a bit of a health halo. If we perceive them as being better for us in one aspect, we tend to think of them as being better in every dimension, but this is not at all the case certifications such as organic Vegan or gluten. Free mean only what they say, Vegan does not mean organic organic does not mean healthy local does not mean small. And because they encompass such a diversity of priorities, it's impossible to objectively rank them from best to worse or to use any one of these designations as a proxy for overall merit. On the other hand, doing exhaustive research and suppliers or pouring over the ingredient list for every food you buy is probably not realistic, so you may be able to use one or more of these designations as a shortcut to identify or weed out products that do or don't fit your criteria.

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"monica ryan eagle" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

05:23 min | 3 months ago

"monica ryan eagle" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

"Your host Monica Ryan Eagle and a listener recently wrote in with what I think is a very familiar dilemma. She and her husband were training for an endurance event, but as she increased the duration of her workouts, she noticed that her appetite was also increasing sharply. Even though I was eating more I was still hungry all the time she wrote, and so she experimented with the timing, and the composition of her meals, but nothing seemed to help, and she started to get worried that despite all the extra exercise she was doing. She might end up gaining weight just because she was eating so much more. Will join me on today's podcast to talk about how exercise and endurance exercise in particular affects our appetite. Is Brock strong rock? As you probably know is host of the get fit guy podcast that. PODCAST along with the nutrition diva. That's part of the quick and dirty tips. Network and Brock is also the CO host with me of a brand new podcast called. Change Academy, but more to the point rock is himself and endurance athlete. Which I most certainly not, and he's coached hundreds of others through endurance sports and training so I think he's the perfect person to help me answer this question. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thanks Monica it's great to be here all right I, maybe we should just start by defining some terms. So, what do we mean when we say endurance? Is there a definition for that. Well! There is but the definition that actually goes along with endurance doesn't really fit what people's. Perception of it is I think the question asker here when when she says they training for an endurance sport. It's generally something long like a marathoner a half marathon. Iron Man or Ultra marathon or something like that for the matter of this conversation, let's just focus on those sort of longer slower efforts, not necessarily the shorter quicker ones, so is that kind of exercising those long duration low to moderate intensity workouts. Are they the best way to get fit? Well you know. I always defined fit as being able to move through the world, and do the things that you want to be able to do with a certain amount of ease, and and a certain amount of confidence so endurances, definitely part of that, but it's not the whole picture, so it's not necessarily the best way to get fit, but it is a component of what I would consider to be fit along with things like flexibility strength, having the the speed is well those shorter shorter higher intensity efforts that all works in concert to really equal fitness in general, so it's it's definitely an aspect of it, but it's not the best way the answer to becoming fit. So? Does that type of training these long duration efforts. How does that affect hunger levels and interested to know whether it has different effects in different time frames like while you're exercising may be immediately afterwards or maybe much later in the day. Have you observed? An effect there, definitely, definitely.

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"monica ryan eagle" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

05:23 min | 3 months ago

"monica ryan eagle" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

"Your host Monica Ryan Eagle and a listener recently wrote in with what I think is a very familiar dilemma. She and her husband were training for an endurance event, but as she increased the duration of her workouts, she noticed that her appetite was also increasing sharply. Even though I was eating more I was still hungry all the time she wrote, and so she experimented with the timing, and the composition of her meals, but nothing seemed to help, and she started to get worried that despite all the extra exercise she was doing. She might end up gaining weight just because she was eating so much more. Will join me on today's podcast to talk about how exercise and endurance exercise in particular affects our appetite. Is Brock strong rock? As you probably know is host of the get fit guy podcast that. PODCAST along with the nutrition diva. That's part of the quick and dirty tips. Network and Brock is also the CO host with me of a brand new podcast called. Change Academy, but more to the point rock is himself and endurance athlete. Which I most certainly not, and he's coached hundreds of others through endurance sports and training so I think he's the perfect person to help me answer this question. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thanks Monica it's great to be here all right I, maybe we should just start by defining some terms. So, what do we mean when we say endurance? Is there a definition for that. Well! There is but the definition that actually goes along with endurance doesn't really fit what people's. Perception of it is I think the question asker here when when she says they training for an endurance sport. It's generally something long like a marathoner a half marathon. Iron Man or Ultra marathon or something like that for the matter of this conversation, let's just focus on those sort of longer slower efforts, not necessarily the shorter quicker ones, so is that kind of exercising those long duration low to moderate intensity workouts. Are they the best way to get fit? Well you know. I always defined fit as being able to move through the world, and do the things that you want to be able to do with a certain amount of ease, and and a certain amount of confidence so endurances, definitely part of that, but it's not the whole picture, so it's not necessarily the best way to get fit, but it is a component of what I would consider to be fit along with things like flexibility strength, having the the speed is well those shorter shorter higher intensity efforts that all works in concert to really equal fitness in general, so it's it's definitely an aspect of it, but it's not the best way the answer to becoming fit. So? Does that type of training these long duration efforts. How does that affect hunger levels and interested to know whether it has different effects in different time frames like while you're exercising may be immediately afterwards or maybe much later in the day. Have you observed? An effect there, definitely, definitely.

Brock Monica Ryan Eagle Change Academy
"monica ryan eagle" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

04:36 min | 3 months ago

"monica ryan eagle" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

"Hello and welcome to the nutrition diva podcast I'm your host Monica Ryan Eagle and a listener recently wrote in with what I think is a very familiar dilemma. She and her husband were training for an endurance event, but as she increased the duration of her workouts, she noticed that her appetite was also increasing sharply. Even though I was eating more I was still hungry all the time she wrote, and so she experimented with the timing, and the composition of her meals, but nothing seemed to help, and she started to get worried that despite all the extra exercise she was doing. She might end up gaining weight just because she was eating so much more. Will join me on today's podcast to talk about how exercise and endurance exercise in particular affects our appetite. Is Brock strong rock? As you probably know is host of the get fit guy podcast that. PODCAST along with the nutrition diva. That's part of the quick and dirty tips. Network and Brock is also the CO host with me of a brand new podcast called. Change Academy, but more to the point rock is himself and endurance athlete. Which I most certainly not, and he's coached hundreds of others through endurance sports and training so I think he's the perfect person to help me answer this question. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thanks Monica it's great to be here all right I, maybe we should just start by defining some terms. So, what do we mean when we say endurance? Is there a definition for that. Well! There is but the definition that actually goes along with endurance doesn't really fit what people's. Perception of it is I think the question asker here when when she says they training for an endurance sport. It's generally something long like a marathoner a half marathon. Iron Man or Ultra marathon or something like that for the matter of this conversation, let's just focus on those sort of longer slower efforts, not necessarily the shorter quicker ones, so is that kind of exercising those long duration low to moderate intensity workouts. Are they the best way to get fit? Well you know. I always defined fit as being able to move through the world, and do the things that you want to be able to do with a certain amount of ease, and and a certain amount of confidence so endurances, definitely part of that, but it's not the whole picture, so it's not necessarily the best way to get fit, but it is a component of what I would consider to be fit along with things like flexibility strength, having the the speed is well those shorter shorter higher intensity efforts that all works in concert to really equal fitness in general, so it's it's definitely an aspect of it, but it's not the best way the answer to becoming fit. So? Does that type of training these long duration efforts. How does that affect hunger levels and interested to know whether it has different effects in different time frames like while you're exercising may be immediately afterwards or maybe much later in the day. Have you observed? An effect there, definitely, definitely <hes> and. I guess, let's start with during the exercise so generally. What happens when we start to exercise? Is Our blood circulatory system. Does things like moves. Our blood in focuses its energy on the muscles are the parts of our body that are being used currently, so that means your digestive system actually. Isn't that involved when you're going for a long run? Let's say are a long bike ride. So the blood flow actually moves preferentially to your to the muscles that are being used and sort of not to your stomach, for example so you definitely you don't necessarily feel hungry, and you actually have an impaired ability to digest things when you're in the middle of a long effort like that. Now after that's finished, and that blood serve returns to its more regular scheduled program, it's a then then you could feel an uptick in your hunger. At least a return to your hunger, because your blood flows is then returning to your digestive system, and that's generally when people start to feel hungry, and that can happen within minutes of finishing a an exercise like that or a race, or whatever it happens to be or hours later, and that is very individual.

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How Endurance Sports Affect Appetite

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

04:36 min | 3 months ago

How Endurance Sports Affect Appetite

"Hello and welcome to the nutrition diva podcast I'm your host Monica Ryan Eagle and a listener recently wrote in with what I think is a very familiar dilemma. She and her husband were training for an endurance event, but as she increased the duration of her workouts, she noticed that her appetite was also increasing sharply. Even though I was eating more I was still hungry all the time she wrote, and so she experimented with the timing, and the composition of her meals, but nothing seemed to help, and she started to get worried that despite all the extra exercise she was doing. She might end up gaining weight just because she was eating so much more. Will join me on today's podcast to talk about how exercise and endurance exercise in particular affects our appetite. Is Brock strong rock? As you probably know is host of the get fit guy podcast that. PODCAST along with the nutrition diva. That's part of the quick and dirty tips. Network and Brock is also the CO host with me of a brand new podcast called. Change Academy, but more to the point rock is himself and endurance athlete. Which I most certainly not, and he's coached hundreds of others through endurance sports and training so I think he's the perfect person to help me answer this question. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thanks Monica it's great to be here all right I, maybe we should just start by defining some terms. So, what do we mean when we say endurance? Is there a definition for that. Well! There is but the definition that actually goes along with endurance doesn't really fit what people's. Perception of it is I think the question asker here when when she says they training for an endurance sport. It's generally something long like a marathoner a half marathon. Iron Man or Ultra marathon or something like that for the matter of this conversation, let's just focus on those sort of longer slower efforts, not necessarily the shorter quicker ones, so is that kind of exercising those long duration low to moderate intensity workouts. Are they the best way to get fit? Well you know. I always defined fit as being able to move through the world, and do the things that you want to be able to do with a certain amount of ease, and and a certain amount of confidence so endurances, definitely part of that, but it's not the whole picture, so it's not necessarily the best way to get fit, but it is a component of what I would consider to be fit along with things like flexibility strength, having the the speed is well those shorter shorter higher intensity efforts that all works in concert to really equal fitness in general, so it's it's definitely an aspect of it, but it's not the best way the answer to becoming fit. So? Does that type of training these long duration efforts. How does that affect hunger levels and interested to know whether it has different effects in different time frames like while you're exercising may be immediately afterwards or maybe much later in the day. Have you observed? An effect there, definitely, definitely and. I guess, let's start with during the exercise so generally. What happens when we start to exercise? Is Our blood circulatory system. Does things like moves. Our blood in focuses its energy on the muscles are the parts of our body that are being used currently, so that means your digestive system actually. Isn't that involved when you're going for a long run? Let's say are a long bike ride. So the blood flow actually moves preferentially to your to the muscles that are being used and sort of not to your stomach, for example so you definitely you don't necessarily feel hungry, and you actually have an impaired ability to digest things when you're in the middle of a long effort like that. Now after that's finished, and that blood serve returns to its more regular scheduled program, it's a then then you could feel an uptick in your hunger. At least a return to your hunger, because your blood flows is then returning to your digestive system, and that's generally when people start to feel hungry, and that can happen within minutes of finishing a an exercise like that or a race, or whatever it happens to be or hours later, and that is very individual.

Brock Monica Ryan Eagle Change Academy
"monica ryan eagle" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

05:41 min | 4 months ago

"monica ryan eagle" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

"Diva podcast. I'm your host Monica. Ryan Eagle and today's show was suggested by Fabio. Who writes? I came across a study on bodybuilders, which suggests that a caloric surfeit doesn't contribute to weight gain as you would expect when the extra calories come solely from protein. Can you comment on it? The study Fabio asked me about was published in two thousand and fourteen in the Journal of the International. Society of Sports Nutrition and it is definitely worth a closer look. The subjects in this study were all in their early twenties, and they were all engaged in heavy resistance, training or weightlifting. They were quite lean and very muscular, going into the study in fact, if you looked only at their body, mass index their BMI numbers. It looked as if the subjects were on the verge of. City, but when you look at their body composition, it's clear that the higher body weights related to their heights word due to their very high muscle mass. One group in the study then added a lot of extra protein to their diet in the form of way, protein powder, and when I say a lot I mean a lot. These athletes had previously been consuming about one gram of protein per pound her day, or about twenty to twenty five percent of their calories. Now this is about twice the recommended minimum intake, but it's still comfortably within the acceptable range for protein that's laid out by the National Academy of Medicine, which is formerly known as the Institute of Medicine. For the study, the researchers essentially doubled the appleans protein intake to an average of three hundred grams per day now that is quite a bit higher than the National Academy of Medicine Maximum recommended intake, and it's also as the researchers point out, and I'm quoting here. The highest recorded intake of dietary protein in the scientific literature that we are aware of and quote. The researchers didn't evaluate whether this extremely high protein intake had any negative impacts on liver or kidney function, but many of the subjects did complain of intestinal distress during the study. However, nobody is recommending that eating this much protein would be a good idea on a long-term basis. The point of this short term study was simply to find out how eating protein in excess of caloric requirements would affect body composition in highly trained people, and when they say highly trained, they mean resistance training not trained in the scientific method or whatever. So? The subject's didn't eat less of other foods. They just added the way protein and of what they were already eating, or at least that's what they were supposed to do. In reality, some of the subjects ended up eating fewer carbohydrates. Others actually ate a bit more carbohydrate, but on average they managed to increase the caloric intake by eight hundred calories per day mostly from protein, and they also continue. Continue to do their usual strenuous workouts. So what were the results of this grand experiment? Well, according to the researchers and I'm going to quote again here. The current investigation found no changes in body, weight, fat, mass, or fat, free mass in the high protein Diet Group and this occurred in spite of the fact that they consumed over eight hundred calories more per day for eight weeks and quote. Now how is this even possible? Where did all of those extra calories go?.

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"monica ryan eagle" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"monica ryan eagle" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

"Hello. I'm Monica Ryan eagle. Welcome to the nutrition diva podcast. I hope you're having a great week. So far in past up Assode 's I've talked about the nutritional differences, such as they are between grass and grain fed beef. But today I wanted to share some updated information regarding the impact of various feeding programs on the health of the cow and on the environment an area where there are a lot of misconceptions. Even if you don't eat meat yourself. I think you might find this pretty interesting. Looking your best starts with your skin and finding great skincare. Just got easier with beauty by design. You just take a quick skin survey and snap a selfie and for a small consultation fee and aestheticians will curate a personalized care routine. Specifically for you beauty by design has over one hundred products and more than two hundred fifty natural performance ingredients, everything vegan. And cruelty free with no parabens or cell fates. And there's no subscription or obligation and shipping and returns are free. So there's really no risk. My beauty by design aestheticians really went the extra mile to make communicating convenient. She even offered to chat by text on the weekend. And I really felt like she was invested in getting to know me and my concerns to experience the world's most personalized skin-care. Go to beauty by design dot com slash diva. And then use the promo code diva today. First time customers will get twenty percent off that beauty by design dot com and use the promo code diva for twenty percent off your first purchase. I've just returned from the beautiful state of Colorado where I had an opportunity to visit some places where beef cattle are raised and along the way, I learned a few things that surprised me. Just in case you have some of the same misunderstandings about this that I did. I'd love to share with you. What I learned you. Remember that movie three weddings and a funeral? Well, today, I have three myths and surprising truth about grain finished beef. The first myth is that all grain finished beef are raised on feedlots whether a cow is destined for grass or grain finishing the first year of their life. Looks pretty much the same after the calves are weaned. They spend another six to twelve months grazing on grass pasture land for the last six months of their lives. Grain finished cattle are fed increasing ration- of corn or other grains, and that affects the rate at which they gain weight the degree of marveling in the meat and also. Flavor of the meat now. The majority of grain finished cows are moved to a concentrated animal feeding operation or Cavo for this part of the process, but not all of them. There are also lots of ranchers raising small herds anywhere from a few dozen to a couple hundred cows who finish their cattle on grain right there on their ranch. If your only objection to grain fed beef is the idea of feed lot, you do have other options if you live in the US, your state beef council may be able to connect you with the rancher who is finishing his own cattle on grain, and there's a link in the show notes for today's episode that can help you find contact info for your state council. The second miss is that grain fed beef eat only grain, I think a lot of us have the same picture in our heads of grain fed beef operations a bunch of cows belly ING up to a giant trough filled with corn kernels. I'm not sure where we all got this mental picture because as I now know it has very little to do with reality. In reality, corn or other cereal, grains, make up only a fraction of grain finished cows diet. In addition their feed continues to contain a lot of dried, hey, and grasses alfalfa as well. As a lot of other parts of the corn plants, including leaves husks, and stocks in fact grain accounts for only about ten percent of grain finished cows, total food intake, the rest is plant material that is inedible to humans, and this is one of the things that make ruminant livestock like cows. And sheep unique. The vast majority of the food that they consume cannot be consumed by humans and much of that grows on land that is also ill-suited to the cultivation of human foods for other species of livestock, such as pigs and poultry a much higher percentage of their diet is made up of foods that are also edible to humans. I have one more myth. Plus, my surprising truth, but first we also received support this week from blinking, whatever. Your goals are for the new year. Blinking can make it easier for you to achieve them blinking as the only app that condenses thousands of nonfiction books into the best key takeaways and need to know information. So you

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