The Truth About Meat, Protein, & Strength

Food plays a crucial role in the functioning of our daily life, yet who among us really knows what the optimal diet is for human health and performance?

So much of our understanding of food and nutrition has been shaped by cultural norms, commercial disinformation, and conflicting knowledge. We select what we eat more by looks, taste, habit, and convenience — then nutritional content. We hear “diet” and immediately think weight management and the latest pills and plans. Even when we try to make nutrition a priority, we are surrounded and bombarded by “healthy” claims and a lot of poor, bad, and worst food choices.

But upending our muddled, outdated ideas of nutrition especially when it comes to our hard core convictions on meat, protein, and strength would require a game changer. And that is exactly what we get from executive producers James Cameron, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jackie Chan, Lewis Hamilton (formula 1 champion), Novak Djokovic (tennis champion) and Chris Paul (NBA player). THE GAME CHANGERS is a documentary movie about the research and record-breaking elite athletes that are proving a plant-based diet not only provides a complete protein package for strength, but superior nutrition for health as well.

Told through the journey of an injured elite Special Forces trainer and The Ultimate Fighter winner as he searches for answers, THE GAME CHANGERS covers a lot of ground, but makes a compelling case for a plant-based diet. Plants contain healing antioxidants (plant-based foods average 64% more than animal based foods), reduces inflammation, optimizes gut microbiome, blood supply, and body performance. Meat, on the other hand, impairs blood flow, increases inflammation, and increases bad gut bacteria.

And while everyone may not be ready, willing, or able to go completely meat free, (myself included), this movie does reinforce what many have claimed for years — the best diets for health are rich in fruits and vegetables.

There is a lot to love about THE GAME CHANGERS, but by focusing so heavily on protein and strength it left the question of optimal diet for human health and performance feelingly only partially answered.  Ideally, with all the resources and knowledge involved, THE GAME CHANGERS should have been a four part series:

Watch the movie and check out the great information and  recipes at The Game Changers.


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