The Benefits of a Lower Protein Intake

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The normal protein recommendation given by fitness professionals is to eat 1 to 1.5g of protein per pound of body weight.

The Benefits of a Lower Protein Intake

This is actually quite a bit of protein and you won’t hit these numbers unless you seek high protein sources every meal.

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Have you ever wondered what would happen if you ate quite a bit less protein than this?

Here’s a video talking about why it may be healthier and how you will get better results eating less than these standard recommendations.

I actually think for optimal health you could cut protein by HALF of what is typically recommended.

I’m not the only one who believes this.

One of the top longevity researchers in the world, Dr. Valter Longo, recommends that we drastically lower protein intake to age better and live a longer life.

I recently wrote a blog post about this research:

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Benefits of Eating “Just Enough” Protein Per Day

Lowering your protein intake is also ideal if you want to blast through a fat loss sticking point.

I discuss in more detail in this blog post.

The typical protein suggestion offered by fitness professionals is to consume 1 to 1.5 g of protein per pound of body weight. This is actually a fair bit of protein and you won\'t reach these numbers unless you look for high protein sources every meal. Have you ever questioned what would occur if you consumed quite a bit less protein than this? Here\'s a video discussing why it might be healthier and how you will get better outcomes eating less than these basic suggestions.

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