Will Dr Shawn Baker and Bart Kay Challenge Gil Carvalho’s Nutrition Science?
Vegan Doctor Gil Carvalho Is Preaching Old School Nutritional Advice
He truly reminds me of myself 10 years ago. I’m not saying Gil is wrong, but I would like to see him get fact challenged.
I 1st became aware of Dr. Gil Carvalho only a couple of days ago. The thumbnail of his Youtube video titled “Professional scientist answers nutrition questions” reads “Meat Vegan? Cholesterol Eggs? B12? Iron?”
This intrigued me because it wasn’t long ago I started eating meat and dairy after a very long Vegan and Vegetarian Adventure.
The short story is, he’s preaching typical Vegan Propaganda, and at 1st I thought he wasn’t even Vegan.
Now, I know he’s Vegan, or at least on some level he’s vegan, and I’m thinking his thinking is Biased, based upon that fact.
Things Very Good is about getting to the core of what’s truly healthful and good for us as humans, so I’m calling Dr Gil Carvalho out on his Nutritional Advice.
It’s my hope that people like Shawn Baker and Bart Kay will respond to his advice with some of their own, and show us why they don’t see eye to eye with Dr. Gil Carvalho.
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Answering Questions About Inulin Powder You Might Want To Know
Today we’re doing a taste test and experiment to see if this Organic Inulin powder tastes good, and find out whether or not it works good as an emulsifier.
In the video below, my whole family gives you their opinion to help you decide whether or not you want to add inulin fiber to your protein drinks or use it in any other way.
You’ll also see the kinds of protein powder I’m currently using. I think the blend I’ve come up with tastes great and I like the specific nutritional benefits of these 2 protein powders together. Hope you enjoy them too.
What’s your experience with inulin powder?
Have you ever tried it as an emulsifier? Did you know it tastes sweet?
Please share your thoughts with us in the comments section below.
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Today I’ve got my family together to Taste Test PG Tips & Yorkshire Red Black Teas to let you know what we think is better. Hopefully this will help you with your decision about which tea to buy.
I first tasted PG Tips at a cousin’s house, and couldn’t believe how good it tasted. I usually go for organic teas, but PG Tips was the only tea he had that I wanted to try, and the experience turned out to be a nice surprise.
Later I wanted to get some PG Tips for myself, and that inspired me to look for other quality teas that were Specifically Tips.
To keep a long story short, I didn’t find another Tea Tip to try yet, but in the reviews I was reading about PG Tips some people were sharing that they liked Yorkshire Tea.
I decided to try it, taste taste it with my family, and share that experience with you. Watch the video below to see which tea we thought was better.
Both Yorkshire Red and PG Tips are black teas, packaged in England, that are very popular in the United States.
I’m pretty sure the Yorkshire Red tea is not the tea tips, but I could be wrong about that.
One way or another, I hope you like this video, and it helps you to make a good choice between these two black teas.
On that note, I’m on the lookout for the highest quality teas, and I want to know what you are drinking and like.
I prefer organic teas, but I’m happy to know about any tea you think is super high quality and tastes great.
If you know any other companies that use the tips of the tea plant specifically, please let me know by commenting on this post.
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Orgain Protein Powder Vs Now Organic Pea Protein Vs Root2 Organic Hemp Protein
Are you looking for the the best vegan protein powder money can buy?
Right here, on this page, we’ve compared 3 of the top Plant Based Vegan Protein Powders to help you decide which protein powder is best for you.
We’ve covered the important things you want to know about each protein powder:
Which protein powder tastes best?
Which one gives you the most protein for your money?
The protein powder with the highest amount of BCAAs (branched chain amino acids).
Which plant protein might be best for weight loss and why?
Which vegan protein powder might be the best for muscle gains and why?
Things Very Good has tasted all 3 protein powders and you can see the reaction in the video on this page.
Vegan Protein Powder Taste Test Winner
For most people, the clear winner for taste is going to have to go to the Orgain protein powder. It’s texture is creamy and the taste is sweet.
If you prefer tasty to natural, you’ll definitely want to go for the Orgain based on taste alone.
NOW Organic Pea Protein Powder doesn’t have a strong taste, but it’s a little beany tasting. I personally don’t mind the taste, but I tend to not mind anything I think is good for me.
Overall NOW’s pea protein is pretty mild tasting and it’s also pretty plain; A little organic stevia and vanilla extract could make it taste pretty good.
Root2’s Hemp Protein Powder is a different story; You’ll most likely like it or hate it.
I think it has a very natural hempy taste, and it also tastes healthy and good to me. That being said, it’s going to be an acquired taste for some people.
Which Plant Based Protein Powder Gives You The Most Protein For Your Money?
NOW’s Organic Pea Protein Powder is the clear winner here. It’s got 34 servings at 15 grams of protein per serving, and the price is great. That’s 510 grams of plant protein per 1.5 pound bottle.
Orgain Protein Powder comes in 2nd based on the amount of protein it has and the amount of servings. It’s got 20 servings at 21 grams protein per serving for a total of 420 grams per 2.03 pound bottle.
Root2’s Organic Hemp Protein has 11 grams of protein per serving and 15 servings, for a total of 165 grams of protein per 1 pound bottle.
Even though Root2 Hemp Protein doesn’t give you quite as much protein for your money, it comes pretty close to the Orgain based on the price.
If you were to have 3 bottle of the Root2’s hemp protein you’d have a little more protein than you’d have from 1 bottle of Orgain, and the price would be comparable.
Which Of These Vegan Friendly Protein Powders Has The Most BCAAs?
Serving to serving Orgain and NOW Pea Protein Powder are very close when it comes to the amount of Leucine, Isoleucine and Valine they contain, but…
The Pea Protein has more BCAAs in a container, so you could consider the Pea Protein the winner.
Root2 Organic Hemp Protein Powder has less BCAAs than both Orgain and NOW’s pea protein, but it’s cost would make it pretty close to the value for BCAAs in Orgain, if you were willing to take more of it.
Is Orgain, Now Organic Pea Protein Or Root2 Hemp Protein Powder Better For Weight Loss?
Generally the more protein per serving, and more specifically the more BCAAs per serving, the better for weight loss, based upon 1 reason.
Protein calories in general are more satiating than calories coming from fat or carbohydrates.
Based on this fact, the protein powder containing the most protein per serving should be the winner, making it Orgain.
The above being stated, there’s more protein in a bottle of NOW’s pea protein, so if you have a larger serving of it, it might be the winner in terms of satiation, and as a result, possibly be the best for weight loss.
If you’re looking at the weight loss value from this point of view, Orgain and Root2 Hemp Protein aren’t 2 far off from each other.
The OTHER Weight Loss Ingredient In Hemp Protein Powder
Hemp protein powder does have a higher amount of Arginine than NOW Pea Protein and Orgain Protein Powder.
There has been some research showing that Arginine could be good for loosing fat and retaining lean muscle mass. That being said, Hemp Protein Powder contains more arginine than both Pea Protein and Orgain Protein Powder.
Which Of The Plant Proteins Is the Best For Muscle Gains?
When it comes to muscle gains the 1st thing to remember is it’s about having enough protein, no matter what the source; It could be from a good protein powder or from food.
That being said, BCAAs have been shown to help with gaining muscle, and of the 3 protein powders we’ve reviewed here Orgain has the highest amount of BCAAs per serving.
Again, you could look at how much BCAAs your getting for your money, and make an argument that the the hemp or pea protein powders we’ve reviewed here might be better for building muscle.
One great thing you might want to know is there has been a study comparing participants taking whey protein, pea protein, and a placebo; The subjects taking the pea protein gained the same amount of muscle thickness as those taking whey protein.
The placebo group didn’t experience any gains in muscle thickness. The take away is plant based protein does help you to gain muscle mass in conjunction with resistance training.
So What’s The Best Vegan Protein Powder Of The 3?
The best protein powder is the one you’re going to take, 1st of all.
If you know you’ll only consume it if it tastes good, and your idea of tasting good is something that’s got some added flavor, Orgain might be the best protein powder for you.
You’ll be happy to know, all 3 of these protein powders passed the Things Very Good test for quality of ingredients.
I’d recommend trying them all out and sticking with the one that you like best; or maybe changing them up from time to time.
That’s what I’m going to do.
Based upon purity of ingredients and cost, I really like NOW’s Organic Pea Protein and ROOT2’s Organic Hemp Protein Powder.
You’re only paying for the protein with these 2 products because that’s the only ingredient they contain.