Is Being VEGAN Healthy: Everything YOU Need to Know

  • Опубликовано: Год назад

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    There are many different opinions about the health benefits of being a vegan. In this video I sit down with an expert to give you the best insight into whether going vegan is right for you. Thank you to Suzanne Devkota for sharing her gut health expertise as a microbe scientist! Learn more from Suzanne here: suzannedevk...
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MR +142
MR

The first few months I went vegan I checked the amino acids in my food with Cronometer. I was never deficient, despite eating just what I wanted. On the contrary, it was always more than enough. I don't know why everyone says that you have to be super cautious when eating plant based. No one tells an omnivore to be super cautious of getting enough folic acid, for example.

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Jikūkan666
Jikūkan666

@Ashley agreed! Let’s let ppl do their thing. What’s important is that people are healthy and are reaching their goals. Everyone is different! We do not all have the same goals.

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Ashley +1
Ashley

The only time anyone ever cares about an omnivores diet is if they’re pregnant. It’s kinda weird. Let people do their thing.

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Jikūkan666 +2
Jikūkan666

Vegan for 10 years I’m not deficient in anything that I can think of. Great energy, skin,recovery, never sore. Dunno where people are getting this false information. Plenty of protein on this diet, there’s tons of plant based sources of protein even powders that are usually 20g per scoop but I throw that in a my ninja blender and make fruit or green smoothies

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Cameron Heinz +3
Cameron Heinz

I’m not vegan, more plant based. Eating this way is less planning, bigger meal size, and so, so satisfying.

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Jade T +1
Jade T

Same i’ve been vegan 4 years and I get blood tests every year and it’s always been fine

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Bethan Smith +64
Bethan Smith

I think that once you’ve done the initial research, it’s not that much work at all. To someone new to the vegan/plant based community it can seem extreme or overwhelming but when you’ve educated yourself on the basics there’s not much more to it, in my opinion 🌱

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Queen M 👑 ✨ +19
 Queen M 👑 ✨

Would be very interesting to see a video where you go through a full day of eating for a vegan! Not meaning that you have to eat the food, but that you give us an idea of how a day of eating might look like :)

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Heyya +9
Heyya

Thank you for this interesting talk. However I am a bit surprised that the protein-combining theory was discussed, I thought this notion had been challenged years ago and that the important thing is to eat diverse sources of amino acids as our body breaks down protein and reassemble amino acids depending on our body's needs. Also, regarding animal products, I don't think the health problems related to saturated fat intake have been addressed, mainly cardiovascular diseases. It would have been great to have Suzanne Devkota's view regarding this!

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Saifuu +18
Saifuu

Boss you’re killing it in the game right now, I love that you’re willing to learn and teach us as well!

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Kaylee Clark +118
Kaylee Clark

I find this frustrating and misleading. Comparing 40 cups of spinach to 4oz of steak is quite ridiculous. There are several vegan protein sources that are comparable gram for gram with meat, and nothing was mentioned about the superior nutritional value in terms of fibre and vitamins of beans & legumes over meat. Being a vegan athlete does require a lot of nutritional knowledge and planning for it to be effective, but any diet should require careful research and planning and that the individual understands what they need to eat and why. Any vegan athlete will tell you that getting sufficient protein whilst ensuring that caloric needs are met/not exceeded is not at all problematic. I would love to see you follow this video up with a discussion with a vegan athlete to overcome some of the misconceptions perpetuated here.

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Loki
Loki

@Christopher Peters and which ones would that be?

2 месяца назад
JD B
JD B

Say what you want, but humans are omnivores. That is our natural state.

2 месяца назад
D C
D C

​@Christopher Peters That's absolutely false 100%. All plant foods contain all essential amino acids. @

3 месяца назад
SkyTrooper88 +1
SkyTrooper88

@Christopher Peters you can’t convince someone about something they don’t wanna see man. That’s the issue with a lot of vegans . A lot of people listen and get upset and never hear any other parts of the video because they’re listening out of anger or no wanting to understand someone’s point .

3 месяца назад
K S +16
K S

THIS. This right here is a very good example of what diet videos should be. Love how educational and non judgmental this video is. I love how you don’t force or convince your viewers that this diet is better than that. And how at the end of the day, it’s really up to you and to do what’s best for you.

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Sam Wingender
Sam Wingender

I kinda agree. Have you seen the way animals are treated in factory farming?

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Nitro8 +2
Nitro8

Great vid magnus! Appreciated the time and effort that was put into it. I can see this is directed to those who are thinking about starting a plant based diet. Because it is not something you should go out on a limb for. Personally I have tried it and this just taught me I did it all wrong. This video gave me a higher level of respect to all my vegan friends out there for taking in the knowledge to have a proper meal each day.

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Mark McIntosh +4
Mark McIntosh

Great video. I would love to learn more about fat intakes during the different phases of training. Based on your Alexander S. Tarzan bulking video, I up’d my fat intake considerably (to 35-40%) during my bulk and feel overall great. I’d love to know more why that is and why you have your clients bulk on a higher fat intake compared to most. Regardless, thanks for sharing this content.

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Markus Mangold +48
Markus Mangold

You‘re the man! I‘m vegetarian, not even vegan and even I find it hard to get enough proteins in at times, if I don‘t want to feast upon cheese and eggs every day. Thanks for informing without judging. Unfortunately, most people from outside have more opinion than knowledge...

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Andrew The Transformer +1
Andrew The Transformer

8:25 that's an interesting point on plants having less protein gram per gram compared to a meat source. Somebody will have to eat more of that plant food to reach their protein goal and subsequently increasing calories in the process. Would having a plant based protein powder be a better option in this case? Okay, my question is answered later in the video haha

6 месяцев назад
SveVid +1
SveVid

@lily Eating big amounts of tofu, tempeh and especially seitan isn't exactly good for you

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Gabriela One +8
Gabriela One

@Magnus Method it seems this video is biased... maybe could have shown more options. Thanks for clarifying.

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Magnus Method +8
Magnus Method

@Gabriela One it was only to make a point on essential amino acids. You seem to know about it but so many vegans don't. The video is not made to take a stand.

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Patrick Ryan +4
Patrick Ryan

Switching to a vegan diet is very overwhelming at first but it’s really simple after that. I get all my amino acids and hit between 160-180 grams of protein a day. I also have excellent control over my carb intake. I bump it up or reel it back depending on what I’m trying to accomplish. Good mixture of plant based and fake meat. Only 2 scoops of protein powder a day. Very possible to do in a simple way.

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elisha dellios +2
elisha dellios

Magnus, your videos are so interesting, informative, and helpful, Thank You!!! I have been vegan for almost twenty years, and I believe that it has been the central factor in my feeling strong, healthy and fantastic. I am an avid runner and long-distance ocean swimmer, and feel more energetic as a vegan than I did when I was much younger! I appreciate this video and Suzannah's wisdom, however I agree with other posts: it was not a very accurate representation of what it actually is like to be vegan, and didn't touch on the myriad benefits, nor the correlation between animal products (not just burnt meat) and many health issues (high cholesterol, high blood pressure, diabetes, etc.) It would truly be fantastic if you did a video with a plant-based athlete who can share their knowledge. Veganism isn't hard work, it's very easy and pleasurable for someone who has simply made the decision to eat some things and not others. As we all know: passion doesn't feel like work! Thanks again!

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Eleo Vivi +2
Eleo Vivi

Thank you a lot from France! That's a great way to overview this really important topic. I'm non vegan but I don't especially eat meat at every meal so I know I have to think about protein in these as well :)

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Carrie Desmond
Carrie Desmond

I am so glad you made this! I believe I requested it when you made your Keto so this was really good to see your thoughts and have Suzanne on it. I don't count calories, but I keep to a lower fat and sugar with the higher veggies. I make a protien fruit smoothie for breakfast or snack, I had chia, pea protien powder, and rolled Oats for protien and fiber. Moringa is a complete protien if I remember correctly. Quinoa, hemp, and soy(watch how much you consume) are also complete. There are a few others. I am not fully plant based, but I have food sensitivities that cause negative issues when I eat meats and dairy products. Being Vegan is a lot of work, but it's also a lot of fun with all the different food combos Thank you again!

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Mitchell Fitzpatrick +27
Mitchell Fitzpatrick

I have been vegan for 6 years. I can advocate for the amazing fitness, health and strength gains a plant based diet provides. I have plenty of videos showing both my lifting (fitness) and diet. It’s not hard to follow a plant based diet and be healthy, fit, or strong at all despite what most people will lead you to believe.

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Delfina Rainoldi +1
Delfina Rainoldi

This was a great, educational video - it has given me some ideas for my plant-based diet!

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Naturalwonder7 +14
Naturalwonder7

I think that any diet and healthy lifestyle requires planning and quality thought and should require some work. Balance is necessary in any food choice and does not necessarily mean deficiencies happen.

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GeorgieGirl1012 +1
GeorgieGirl1012

Thank you for these videos, regardless of which diet/lifestyle people follow these videos are very helpful and educational. Be well.

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Sokratis Dalakas +1
Sokratis Dalakas

Great interview! Thanks for this and bringing clarity to the topic! Much love from Sweden Magnus!

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Rosie O. +1
Rosie O.

I'll never forget the day I got home after a run and almost passed out. I was fine being vegetarian but when I moved to veganism my health took a turn for the worst. As someone who is active this diet did not work for me, and I probably didn't do proper research either. Anyhow , these days I am neither vegetarian nor vegan. A good combo of animal protein , veggies and carbs makes more sense to my body. Excellent video, thank you!

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Pontus Rydström +1
Pontus Rydström

Great video 😊 I would like to know more about supplements for a vegetarian. What vitamins is recommended and what protein powder do you use? I'm a 26 year old Pree school teacher from Sweden

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Ali B +6
Ali B

Great video and so informative. As a former vegan a lot of this conversation resonates with regards to protein and amino acids. There is a lot of false information out there on veganism, so do you research and do what’s best and works for you!

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Danielle Solof +1
Danielle Solof

Thanks for another great video! I completely agree with protein powder being a big help to meat protein targets. I’ve used Sunwarrior brand for breakfast, snack, and post-workout shakes. It’s what I do when I’m taking a break from dairy and don’t eat Greek or Icelandic yogurt.

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lily +2
lily

Vegan source of protein are soya milk, beans, tempeh, tofu, seitan, soya yogurt, nut butter, seed

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Chris Convissor
Chris Convissor

I've enjoyed many of your videos and think your channel is awesome. I was wondering if the Dr. would address the Wikipedia article enclosed? I am an omnivore right now but as I age I notice that older people eat less and less meat (much of the time). So I've been watching many vegan programs and cooking shows. In your video Suzanne indicates it becomes complicated in veganism to make sure you get the right amount of amino acids. It seemed to get pretty complicated ( for me) pretty fast. I want to lean towards plant based, but being very physically active, I'm concerned that I'll mess up and affect my overall health. I appreciate your non-judging on meat and veganism.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Protein_combining

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Arnaud Wijbinga
Arnaud Wijbinga

Very nuanced. Thanks for bringing more light to the discussion!

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Jeovanni Perez +17
Jeovanni Perez

You guys do know that he does get both vegans and non vegan clients right and this video wasn’t about which diet is superior it was mainly about what would happen if you don’t plan out ur diet needs

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SkyTrooper88
SkyTrooper88

@VegRunner 66 as a trainer with vegan clients I can tell you it is more complicated than just eating meat. It’s not rocket science but you have to put more thought into what you do as a vegan . For some reason a lot of vegans are picky as hell.

3 месяца назад
VegRunner 66
VegRunner 66

And the point that most people are making is that it is not nearly as complicated as he makes it seem

11 месяцев назад
Sid Dwivedi +1
Sid Dwivedi

Very factual post with no gimmicks (so refreshing to see this in the health/wellness industry) - what a gr8 channel. The comparison with spinach and steak really emphasizes that vegans/vegetarians should take supplements - for those who are into resistance training - BCAA’s (branch chain amino acids - leucine, isoleucine and valine) are beneficial. Also, in addition to protein, supplements may be required for certain vitamins (the B vitamins) and minerals (iron) to ensure optimal health.

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Lindy Enalya +8
Lindy Enalya

Thank you so much for uploading scientific content, really enjoy it! Love, from a vegan

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Magnus Method
Magnus Method

Thank you Lindy!

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Lena P +1
Lena P

this was soo informative as someone who just got vegan! thank you so much!

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yourfriendayana +2
yourfriendayana

Everyone’s digestive system and micro biome differs. I was plant based for years and my system shut down to where I couldn’t eat. I started trying some chicken broth and slowly Incorporated meat. It was the only thing that worked. Super grateful to be able to let go of dogmas and embrace health. Grateful to still be here. To those who thrive on only plants, I’m very happy for you and wish you well.

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Toni Weis +1
Toni Weis

Thank you for being a voice of reason here. I am plant based for a decade and I wish you had been around tens ago.

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Laura N
Laura N

I just decided to become vegan, thank you so much for this very informative video !

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Simon Brandon +1
Simon Brandon

Big up for this one, brought it to the point! Very great and important advice. My nutrition is predominantly plant based and I noticed the exact same challenges when I started. It's important that the people understand what it REALLY means to change to a plant based diet, to understand their body and what it needs. Thanks for this video, keep going.

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Sam Wingender +2
Sam Wingender

Go vegan, Simon. ✌ Check out "Dominion" on YouTube.

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Artur Jorge Ramos das Neves +1
Artur Jorge Ramos das Neves

Another great one! Helped to get a clearer opinion to my lifestyle! Sure it will only be a series of three? ;)

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Jennifer Crawford +7
Jennifer Crawford

She explains this so well!

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Mikko Körperich
Mikko Körperich

I've been a vegan for 7 years and the only deficiency I had was vitamin D. That was really easy to fix. On the other hand, since I went from vegetarian to vegan (ditched dairy and eggs etc.) all blood results improved. The biggest change was the improvement of cholesterol levels, since as a vegan you don't get any animal fats. Also getting enough protein and EAA is not an issue. Just use plant-based protein and EAA supplements! I think most gym enthusiasts use supplements anyway. :D

3 месяца назад
KMJ +1
KMJ

Super interesting thank you.. I think everyone could have more meat free days in their diet so much better for the planet! Also try to support local butchers as much as possible along with free range. You should be researching where your meat comes from 🥰🥰🌍🌍🌈🌈🦋

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Dellanney Maxwell
Dellanney Maxwell

I appreciate that you covered this topic. I have been vegan for 8 years. I have competed in physique competitions and know of many many athletes who thrive on a plant based diet. I do feel that this video gave a very limited and almost negative view of veganism. As with any new meal plan or lifestyle plan, it takes effort in the beginning and then it comes easily and naturally if you stick with it. If you ever revisit this topic it would be great to see you speak with someone who is a vegan athlete or vegan nutritionist to get a more well rounded discussion. Just a thought.

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Rebecca Elliott
Rebecca Elliott

Love that you brought in an expert for this.

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Monique Buzatto +16
Monique Buzatto

Gee, I love how respectfully you guys talk about this topic!

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martiiiV +126
martiiiV

tofu, seitan or tempeh

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Rick Foster
Rick Foster

@Alexandra Vaz yes, and minus the oxalates they always gripe about.

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Alexandra Vaz +1
Alexandra Vaz

xD I'm sure 40 cups of raw spinach will be one cup of cooked spinach ahahahah

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Rick Foster +2
Rick Foster

Yep, not much planning needed, just common sense, reasonable care. They neglect to mention eco-footprint, and animal suffering. Nope, it’s all “me me me”. But they we’re definitely trying to keep a respectful tone.

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Ashley +1
Ashley

Heck even broccoli

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dailylife learning +1
dailylife learning

No mention of quinoa - why ???

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JP +4
JP

Thank you for the video! I would also like to hear more about veganism and gut health. From my own experience , I have IBS, I couldn’t sustain a vegan diet. It was really hard for me to get enough protein since I can’t digest any beans. I never felt as worse in my life. Always stomach pains, bloated, tired from the pain, brain fog. So I had to put my health first (edit: quit the vegan diet), and haven’t had any IBS problems ever since and never felt this strong and also mentally. So surely it’s important to listen to your own body.

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Sascha Raine +1
Sascha Raine

I developed gut issues because of veganism. Even as I was deteriorating drastically, I still had a year of denial trying to find the perfect vegan way for me. Three months into carnivore (before moving into low carb because of hormonal issues as well), I felt so much better and surprised by the difference. I'm not so strict low carb now and just happy I'm not feeling like I'm dying. Supporting our local farms helped with my ethical issues.

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🐝 VOX ART8Z 🎙 +1
🐝 VOX ART8Z 🎙

Balance Meal Prep still makes sense. I try as much as I could to eat according to my Blood Type that helps me a lot combined with low risk and moderate exercises...

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Kimberlee Berry +10
Kimberlee Berry

That looked like a lot of spinach. But if you saute it,it shrinks down to nothing. People don't believe it's a good protein source. There's a reason Popeye ate it all the time,and he was strong and had big muscles. It's good for you

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Ruby S
Ruby S

Easy once you start, it's just about knowing your wholefood protein sources & being creative. Eg. a tofu scramble for breakfast which is packed with protein, using dry roast beans and nuts as snacks, subbing lentil pasta for regular wholewheat pasta...etc

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DB4331 +4
DB4331

Kinda curious about smoked meat like smoked salmon or pork and carcinogens. Since the smoke is closely related to the burning/charring process. Even though we don't eat the wood chips used in smoking that substance is being burned. Wonder if some of the harmful substances are transferred into the meat from the smoke?? Anyways thanks for the vid.

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Joash Thomas
Joash Thomas

We should have been taught about this in school. Last month I was in Sweden and I loved the place alot and now Ik I have a good youtuber to help me in a health lifestyle path. Thank you and Love your content.

2 месяца назад
Nathalie Boyer +2
Nathalie Boyer

THANK YOU I was about to ask for that video. You nailed it.

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Kiirsten Sidorov
Kiirsten Sidorov

I think your friend Suzanne was very credible and thoughtful. I do also think this discussion would have been different if you talked with a vegan bodybuilder ( a la "The Game Changers" for example). I think the responses coming from a successful and experienced vegan athlete are more beneficial than someone who is scientifically informed but not experientially informed.

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TheTawneeVlog +2
TheTawneeVlog

The one thing they didn't really touch on is the fact that not every body type is going to be able to absorb a plant based or even non plant based nutrition. Like they said don't just do it because someone else is doing it or that it's considered "healthier". Are bodies are all built to absorb nutrients differently it's kinda like how people are trying to look alike by doing their makeup like the person next to them. We all have different bone structures and it's why we look different from others. The same can be applied to how we eat and how our bodies absorb food. If you can do plant based do it if not don't feel bad about it, because you gotta do what is best for you and your health. ❤️

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Nawale D +1
Nawale D

Can you film a video together discussing the keto diet please ?

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Michael Lucas +1
Michael Lucas

Great topic and choice of guest Magnus!

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TOURAJ KHOSRAVI
TOURAJ KHOSRAVI

Can we ask for an episode for Vegetarians as well?

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ThomasLaang +11
ThomasLaang

Makes me think of the old saying; "-If it's difficult, you're doing it wrong". ;-)

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Mitchell Fitzpatrick +3
Mitchell Fitzpatrick

Being vegan is not difficult. Except when you are trying to explain this to people.

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अर्जुन शर्मा +3
अर्जुन शर्मा

Payoff is worth it ❤️ it's okay if it takes some work. It is possible😀👍🏼

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chiyerano +2
chiyerano

For health benefits, a person has to be whole food vegan, not just vegan.

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Yesenia Quintero +9
Yesenia Quintero

Being vegan is indeed a lot of work, yet not impossible and, overall, it is so much fun.

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Yesenia Quintero
Yesenia Quintero

@Mitchell Fitzpatrick well, I think it depends of some factors like the country where you live, the psychological attachments to certain food, family pressure and others than can get it completed at the beginning. But once you get on board, everything just flows.

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Sam Wingender +1
Sam Wingender

@Mitchell Fitzpatrick You're right. Options are everywhere. I don't really even think about what's cruelty free or not because I just know by now. If I ever have to read a label, it takes seconds. Shopping is fast and easy and the food is great.

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Mitchell Fitzpatrick +4
Mitchell Fitzpatrick

I would disagree. It’s not a lot of work.

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Yesenia Quintero +1
Yesenia Quintero

@Sam Wingender Thanks! I will! One of the biggest reasons I started veganism is precisely because of animal abuse, environment contamination and, the last but not least, because I feel better eating plant based food.

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Sam Wingender
Sam Wingender

@Yesenia Quintero I agree. There's so many great meals I never knew existed. Check out the pig I rescued on my channel. He's the reason I want vegan.

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daria naid +1
daria naid

Great info :)

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Stefan Preiss +1
Stefan Preiss

Well done! All the best from NZ

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Danielle V
Danielle V

She is right you do need multiple parts to make up for all nutrients but so should a meat eater. I constantly talk to non vegans that are not eating enough fiber, vitamin c, veggies and are not healthy. Eating meat may get you the aminos you need but you need more. I love the idea of this video but bringing in someone who is a vegan body builder and showing how they do it successfully with your story would be much more helpful. If someone went vegan after this they wouldn't be successful this video felt like a video to prove that its harder to be a successful vegan.

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Elisabeth Humphrey
Elisabeth Humphrey

Didn't hear the word IRON once. I partially cut out meat a couple years ago, and I was very very active, ended up with a sever iron deficiency, low B vitamins, amino acids, and zinc deficient. I do not absorb non-heme iron well AT all turns out. You can do it but please for the love of god talk to a dietician about it and you may need to take supplements. I was SO sick - do not recommend.

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gareth cox +1
gareth cox

This interesting episode. I am vegan , GF & FODMAP medical wise and personal level . Last 12 months Also very into fitness & nurturition. Food plans every week and shakes top my protein values a day . Tofu & tempeh my got to as subs . But add other things on my meals . Would like see mangus do week or month video for fitness & food plans . See how he feels like energy etc . Magnus I like watching stuff with open mind knowing you meat eater but we all can learn each other ..

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Ryan
Ryan

First off i would like to say that i was raised a "vegan". I put vegan in quotations because being a vegan isn't all about your diet, its a lifestyle. From the clothes you wear to being environmentally conscious is all part of veganism. Therefore using veganism as a title for a plant based diet is silly. Secondly, i would like to say that just because someone is plant based doesn't necessarily mean that they are healthy by any means. You can be be plant based and overeat/ not exercise. Having a balanced diet and physical activity is key to being healthy regardless if you're plant based or not.

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Joana Castro +1
Joana Castro

Could you do a video talking about sugar vs coconut sugar vs natural sweetners ( like dates, maple syrup, etc)

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ALLKNOWINGFREDDYBEAR
ALLKNOWINGFREDDYBEAR

Natural are for the win.

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Brian Sheridan +42
Brian Sheridan

I’ve been vegan for 9 years. I’m 56 and workout like a fiend doing weights, running, cycling and martial arts. It doesn’t take “a lot of work” and meat is mostly fat not protein and the incomplete protein has been busted in nutritional studies.

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Brian Sheridan
Brian Sheridan

@Ryan I stand corrected. It’s still a ridiculous thing to say.

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Ryan +2
Ryan

Ok but meat is not mostly fat... and this is coming from a someone who was raised a vegan. Don't spread misinformation.

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PopHoudejr +2
PopHoudejr

57 here and been WFPB for 5 years now and lift weights too, still as strong as I was in my 20's. :)

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michael hicks +3
michael hicks

If you keep saying “a lot of wotk” and incomplete amino, you're kinda swaying your audience. I could easily say diabets and a whole host of complications. Also meat is fine as long as you don't char it. That's a first.

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Jimena Esquivel +41
Jimena Esquivel

Who eats spinach for protein? 😂 Tofu or beans would have been a better comparison

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Bryce Blankenfeld +1
Bryce Blankenfeld

Agreed. Tofu, seitan, tempeh would be a much better comparison

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musart32 +6
musart32

I thought they said that beans didn't have all the amino acids that meat does, whereas spinach does, so they were comparing two food items (steak and spinach) that both have all the spectrum of protein amino acids, but how you have to eat way more of the spinach to get the same amount?? Not sure about tofu, but probably same situation.

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Bethan Smith +2
Bethan Smith

I was thinking exactly this!

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BeKind Dudes
BeKind Dudes

was vegan for 20 years, it ins't hard, was even vegan during pregnancy- no deficiencies at all. Regarding protein, yes you need to combine beans and grains, but also, hello, Quinoa has all of the essential aminos. It's so not that difficult. I also have known vegan body builders, again, it's not that difficult. Lots of porriage with nuts and seeds, burritos, etc.

5 месяцев назад
Camila
Camila

Is being vegan healthy? Short answer: yes

Год назад
Laura Moore
Laura Moore

Working for the only blue zone in the untied states and being able attest to seeing centurions walk around the town with a vegetarian only market, and no meat on campus, I would say at least just eat a little bit of animal protein if you are looking for longevity and better quality of life. I worked for the researchers there that have provided a lot of the evidence for what I am saying. They are heavily published and world renowned. I’m not sure why this wasn’t mentioned here.

День назад
Ruby S
Ruby S

Also Game Changers has wonderful tips for vegan athletes, body builders etc :)

Год назад
Janet Karfonta
Janet Karfonta

3 tbs. of hemp seed has 10 grams of protein.

Год назад
kauigirl808 +2
kauigirl808

Peas are super underrated as a protein food.

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Saptarshi Saha
Saptarshi Saha

❤️❤️❤️

Год назад
Lorenzo Bongiovanni +47
Lorenzo Bongiovanni

Man, really like your channel, but this was frustrating. Right off the bat I could tell you guys were gonna frame this as an anti-vegan discussion. Sure, meat doesn’t cause cancer, but what about the proven increased risk for heart disease? You tossed the cancer softball up there to frame this as “meat isn’t bad” before getting into why it’s so hard to eat vegan. Didn’t mention any of the top vegan protein sources like tofu, tempeh and seitan and opted for the spinach comparison. You didn’t get into environmental impact, and you didn’t even come close to touching the ethical impact. When considering if something is healthier, think about the health of the guys working in slaughterhouses too. Both of your tone of voice was clearly guiding a viewer away from this path, despite NEVER answering the question in the title of the video... is eating vegan healthier? Disappointed to say the least. If you’re going to go into the topic, go all the way in and give people all the facts.

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Annie +1
Annie

I'm vegan but I don't think this meant for us. I feel this is for the regular people who might be considering going vegan?

Год назад
debs balaj +3
debs balaj

I felt the same way. They had an opportunity to have a great discussion about plant-based diets, their impact on health, the environment, and the ethical implications of it. Instead they basically said "Meat good, spinach bad" (at least that was implied by their ridiculous comparison)

Год назад
A better you +13
A better you

We all know 6 cups of spinach cooks turns into 1/2 cup

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pluiehivernale +2
pluiehivernale

What I thought watching it 😂 because you don’t have to eat them raw to get the proteins in them do you? Cooking doesn’t damage proteins as it does vitamins 😉

Год назад
Ma La +6
Ma La

I'm a mixture of vegan, vegetarian and carnivore

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lily
lily

@Ma La ok sorry

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Ma La +1
Ma La

@lily it was sarcasm ☺️

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lily
lily

You are omnivore not vegan or vegetarian

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Chess Warrior +1
Chess Warrior

9:03 Muscle Milk Pro, 40g of protein, 220 calories.

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Shalom Body and Soul Wellness +1
Shalom Body and Soul Wellness

You know what I've found being WFPB on and off for 30 years is that as long as I eat at least 90% WHOLE plant foods, the issue of covering your bases takes care of itself. However, I find that I do really well adding truly grass fed beef or bison once a week or so as well. It's really about eating real food, mostly plants, not too much.

Год назад
Joana Gonçalves +1
Joana Gonçalves

Perfect little chat!

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Jim Erickson
Jim Erickson

Wow, showing a mountain of spinach versus a cube of steak is a tactic that might even give the most hardened beef industry lobbyist pause. I’ll take 2 cups of cooked lentils and 2 cups of cooked oatmeal and beat that cube of meat hands down. Perhaps this simple message will change those dower, concerned expressions seen in the video into something more hopeful? Methinks not…

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