Consuming increased amounts of bacon, hamburgers, and sausages without shame, tens of millions of Americans dutifully follow high-proteins diets. But even with all the high protein consumption, American’s obesity statistics have not decreased. Are Americans getting too much protein, and is all the protein consumption contributing to obesity? Dr. David Minkoff says no. In fact, Americans aren’t getting enough protein!
Dr. David Minkoff, M.D., graduated magna cum laude from the University of Wisconsin Medical School and completed both a pediatric residence and fellowship in infectious disease at the University of California at San Diego. He worked in traditional medicine until 1995. At that time, his wife became ill and her physicians could not find what was wrong. To help her, he went on a search that led him out of emergency medicine into complementary and alternative medicine to find the answers.
The answers he found were soon in demand by her former physicians and others who learned of her return to good health. The demand for the products and protocols he discovered became a catalyst for founding BodyHealth.Com, a nutrition company that now manufactures and distributes these cutting-edge solutions for the many health problems today. One of these solutions is a breakthrough in a unique protein, absorbed in 23 minutes, with no carbs and less than 1 calorie.
Dr. Minkoff also authors the Optimum Health Report and BioBuilde Newsletter, gives seminars, lectures, and can educate listeners on America ‘s obesity problem and what to do to about unwanted weight gain.
- Obesity in America remains an unsolved problem. What are the myths about protein that may be at the root of this obesity epidemic?
- Consumers will spend about $70 billion on beef this year – that’s 50 percent more than they spent in 1998, according to the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association . Across America, Americans are eating beef 77.8 million times a day. How can they be protein deficient?
- What are the signs that accompany low levels of protein in the body?
- How can the research breakthrough that led to the development of BioBuilde help solve American’s protein deficiency situation?
- What are some of the results you’ve seen with this new protein?
Additional Interview Questions
1. Are people wrong to think that protein gives them energy?
2. Soy is the recommended protein for women in menopause – why doesn’t soy do the job?
3. Some say plant sources offer adequate supplies of protein, while others argue that vegetarians are 99% of the time protein deficient. Do vegetarians get the protein they need?
4. Do athletes and body builders need to supplement their diet with increased protein intake, using amino acid or protein supplements, or can they get the same effect from a can of tuna?
5. For many people, protein looks the same. What enables BioBuilde to have a 99% Net Nitrogen Utilization?
6. Why can many protein supplements lead to more fat around your waist rather than actual protein synthesis?
7. What other factors are contributing to America ‘s obesity epidemic?
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