Stu Philips, PhD on How to Lose Fat While Gaining Muscle, How Much Protein to Eat, and Busting Myths


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Welcome back, everyone! I hope everyone had a great Memorial Day weekend and got a chance to soak up some sun, get some vitamin D, see friends and family, and eat some glorious meats. I know I did.


If you're new to this podcast, I’m Brian Sanders and I'm making a film called Food Lies that goes to the beginning of human history to find out what we should be eating. We go through all the bad science that has led us astray, the new science that vindicates ancestral eating, and we even get into how we can eat meat in a not only sustainable way, but one that it is regenerative to the environment. All of these topics have been covered in the now 84 episodes of this podcast, so please start back at episode 1.


Today I’m talking to Professor Stu Phillips who is one of the world’s leading authorities on protein and muscle science. He shares vital information in this interview on long term health, short term health such as fat loss and muscle gain, as well as combating the multitude of protein myths out there.


Professor Phillips is the director of the Physical Activity Centre of Excellence (PACE), director of the McMaster Centre for Nutrition, Exercise, and Health Research, and a Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Skeletal Muscle Health in Aging. In addition to being a full Professor in Kinesiology, also Graduate Faculty in the School of Medicine at McMaster University. He is a fellow of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences (FCAHS), American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) and the American College of Nutrition (ACN). His research is focused on the impact of nutrition and exercise on the mechanisms of human skeletal muscle protein turnover. He is also keenly interested in diet- and exercise-induced changes in body composition particularly in older persons.


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And now please get your steak ready for this protein info extravaganza with Professor Stuart Philips.



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SHOW NOTES


  • [6:50] Why protein is important for fat loss.

  • [8:00] How protein makes you feel full.

  • [12:20] Thermic effect of protein.

  • [13:20] Recommended range of protein.

  • [18:05] Quality of protein matters.

  • [24:50] Difference between weight loss and fat loss.

  • [35:10] What do you need to gain muscle?

  • [47:30] Low protein diets.

  • [51:25] How to age gracefully and strongly.


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