The “More Is Better” Protein Myth

Hope is interviewed in the article that cuts through the misinformation that people diagnosed with prediabetes or type 2 diabetes too often receive.  Read more ...

July 25, 2012

How Much Carb, Protein or Fat? Does it Really Matter for Weight Loss or Keeping Pounds Off?

You hear nutrition experts, or those who tout their nutrition bonafides, set forth a wide range of rules on THE WAY to succeed at weight loss. You’ll hear: eat no more than 40% of calories as carbohydrate, eat plenty of protein or get at least 50% of your calories as carbohydrate and limit fat to under 25% of calories, etc., or should I say ad nauseam.

Research and reality show there’s no ONE RIGHT formula for EVERYONE. Plus, in reality, the debate about the ideal mix of macronutrients (that’s carbohydrate, protein and fat) to eat comes down to a debate about where should 5 to 10% of your calories come from – carbohydrate, protein or fat?