178: Secrets to Optimizing Protein Intake to Gain Muscle, Prevent Disease, and Age Well | Stuart Phillips, PhD
The Genius Life
Stuart Phillips is the Director of the Physical Activity Centre of Excellence (PACE) at the Department of Kinesiology at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, and Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Skeletal Muscle Health. In 2018 and 2019, he was named to Clarivate’s Highly Cited Researchers list as being in the top one percent of all cited researchers in nutrition and exercise research. Full show notes: https://maxlugavere.com/podcast/178-stuart-phillips Subscribe to The Genius Life on YouTube! http://youtube.com/maxlugavere
#308-Dr. Stuart Phillips: How Does Protein Relate To Disease? (4 of 4)
I conclude this excellent 4-part series with Dr. Stuart Phillips with this week's episode. This time, we discuss how protein is potentially associated with the acid-ash hypothesis, kidney failure, correlations with cancer and the potential roles it can and has played with COVID-19. A very special thanks again to Dr. Stuart for partaking in the series with me. Stay tuned next week for an all new 4-part series. To learn more about Dr. Stuart's work: www.twitter.com/mackinprof www.instagram.com/mackinprof www.facebook.com/SMPHH.d To learn more about your host: www.jasonleenaarts.com www.revfittherapy.com www.facebook.com/jason.leenaarts www.instagram.com/jasonleenaarts You can also like our Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/revolutionaryou To purchase my book, "A Revolution A Day": www.amzn.to/2R9Larx
#307-Dr. Stuart Phillips: Protein, Training and The Aging Individual (3 of 4)
Dr. Stuart Phillips is back this week as we continue with Part 3 in a 4-Part series. This week, we tackle the role of protein and resistance training with regard to the aging individual. We discuss why protein needs differ as we age, considerations between genders and gender related differences with aging, why resistance training remains so important as we get older and diet philosophies which can help us live our best lives beyond youth. To learn more about Dr. Stuart's work: www.twitter.com/mackinprof www.instagram.com/mackinprof www.facebook.com/SMPPH.d To learn more about your host: www.jasonleenaarts.com www.revfittherapy.com www.facebook.com/jason.leenaarts www.instagram.com/jasonleenaarts You can also like our Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/revolutionaryou To purchase my book, "A Revolution A Day": www.amzn.to/2R9Larx
#306-Dr. Stuart Phillips: The Roles Of Protein With Exercise (2 of 4)
I am back with Part 2 of this 4-part series with Dr. Stuart Phillips. We continue our conversation on protein after last week's primer episode with the roles protein can play in exercise. In this episode, we talk about nutrient timing, considerations for smaller or larger doses of protein at one time, how and if the type of exercise you do is affected by protein intake, considerations for whole food sources versus supplementation, and how the type of training you do correlates with muscle protein synthesis. To learn more about Dr. Stuart's work: www.twitter.com/mackinprof www.instagram.com/mackinprof www.facebook.com/SMPPh.d To learn more about your host: www.jasonleenaarts.com www.revfittherapy.com www.facebook.com/jason.leenaarts www.instagram.com/jasonleenaarts You can also like our Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/revolutionaryou To purchase my book, "A Revolution A Day": www.amzn.to/2R9Larx
#305-Dr. Stuart Phillips: A Primer On Protein (1 of 4)
I begin the next 4-part series of the show with a guest who needs little introduction within the fitness/nutrition industry: Dr. Stuart Phillips from McMaster University. Dr. Stuart has arguably done more research on protein and the intersection of exercise with its use than anyone else I know. We kick off the series with a primer of sorts and start building the foundation for the following three episodes together. In this episode we discuss why protein is important, considerations for dosages, the potential downsides to protein use, how animal and plant based proteins differ, amino acid profiles, leucine thresholds and why protein works for dieting. You won't want to miss any of these! To learn more about Dr. Stuart's work: www.twitter.com/mackinprof www.instagram.com/mackinprof www.facebook.com/SMPPh.d To learn more about your host: www.jasonleenaarts.com www.revfittherapy.com www.facebook.com/jason.leenaarts www.instagram.com/jasonleenaarts You can also like our Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/revolutionaryou To purchase my book, "A Revolution A Day": www.amzn.to/2R9Larx
Stuart Phillips je vědec a profesor na McMaster university se zaměřením na kinesiologii, kosterní svalstvo a bílkoviny. Je jedním z předních vědců tohoto zaměření a odvedl v průmyslu již skutečně hodně vědecké práce. Probereme nejen mýty kolem bílkoviny a cvičení, ale i nové studie ze světa fitness i výživy, které značně mění doposavadní paradixma. Jsem moc vděčný, že si ve svém nabitém programu našel čas a mohu mít mezi svými hosty i jeho jméno :) Be Effective Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/martinbarna Videokurz, kde Tě naučím hubnout: https://www.naucmese.cz/kurz/video-jak-zhubnout-a-postavu-si-udrzet-bez-jidelnicku-bez-suplementu-100-zaruka-spokojenosti Kontakt na mě: firstname.lastname@example.org FB skupina pro Vás: https://www.facebook.com/groups/effectivefitnesstraining Coaching - http://www.eftm.cz/vyziva https://www.instagram.com/martinbarnacoach https://www.facebook.com/martinbarnacoach
Muscle and Protein with Prof. Stuart Phillips! 071
Boundless Body Radio
An interview with a legend! Professor Stuart Phillips is an absolute expert in all things related to the importance of muscle. He has published literally hundreds of papers on the topic, has won several awards for his research, and has made appearances on stages, interviews, and podcasts all over the world. In this episode we learn why muscle mass is so important, especially as we age, the importance of exercise and strength training, and the importance of nutrition and protein consumption! Prof. Stu Phillips knows his stuff, and graciously shares his wisdom on our show, and we are so grateful that he took the time to talk to us today!Find Professor Stuart Phillips at-TW- @macinprofIG- @macinprof
Why Muscle, Our Neglected Organ, Is The Key To Healthy Aging with Dr. Chris Rinsch and Dr. Stuart Phillips
The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
Why Muscle, Our Neglected Organ, Is The Key To Healthy Aging | This episode is brought to you by PaleovalleyWhen it comes to longevity, the goal isn’t just to live as long as possible. The true objective is to live as vibrantly and energetically as possible, for as long as possible. So how exactly do we do this?On this episode of The Doctor’s Farmacy, I was happy to sit down and talk with Dr. Chris Rinsch and Dr. Stuart Phillips about the role of mitochondria in aging, and how we can use various compounds that are found in plants to upregulate our biology and increase not just our lifespan, but more importantly our healthspan.Dr. Chris Rinsch is the co-founder and CEO of Amazentis, an innovative life science company dedicated to employing breakthrough research and clinical science to bring advanced therapeutic nutrition products to life. Dr. Rinsch has authored original publications in leading scientific journals, including Nature Medicine, Gene Therapy and others, for his research on Urolithin A, mitochondrial health, and cell and gene therapy. He is also an inventor on a number of internationally filed and granted patents. Dr. Rinsch holds an MBA from INSEAD, France, a PhD in Cell and Molecular Biology from the University of Lausanne, a Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering from U.T. Southwestern Medical Center, and a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from Harvey Mudd College. Dr. Stuart Phillips is a Professor in the Department of Kinesiology and a member of the School of Medicine at McMaster University. He is Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Skeletal Muscle Health. He is also the Director of the McMaster University Physical Activity Centre of Excellence. Dr. Phillips has authored more than 220 original research papers and 90 reviews. In 2018 and 2019, he was named to Clarivate’s Highly Cited Researchers list as a being in the top 1% of all cited researchers in nutrition and exercise research. Dr. Phillips is a fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine and the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences.This episode is brought to you by Paleovalley. Right now, Paleovalley is offering my listener's 15% off your entire first order. Just go to paleovalley.com/hyman to check out all their clean Paleo products and take advantage of this deal.Here are more of the details from our interview: The role of mitochondria and muscle function in healthy aging and longevity (4:20)Why skeletal muscle is somewhat neglected in medicine ( 6:37)Improving muscle mass and function as we age (7:13)How mitochondrial function impacts heart, brain, and other tissue (10:48)Renewing mitochondria through mitophagy (15:33)Amazentis’ research on pomegranates and how it lead to an understanding of urolithin A’s effect on mitochondrial function (18:52)How the gut microbiome interacts with the compounds in the food we eat (23:57)Increasing the energy level inside the cells for optimal muscle function (27:16)The research on, and development of, Mitopure Urolithin, Amazentis’ proprietary product, and how it affects mitochondrial function (29:24)Boosting muscle health and function as we age (41:26)Learn more about Amazentis at https://www.amazentis.com/.Learn more about Timeline Nutrition and take advantage of their exclusive offer for a 2 month plan of Mitopure for $200 at www.timelinenutrition.com/drhymanFollow Timeline Nutrition on IG @timelinenutrition, on Facebook @TimelineNutrition on FB , at on Twitter @UrolithinA. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Stuart Phillips: Boosting physical strength as we age
Live Long and Master Aging
A key pillar of human longevity is our ability to remain physically strong and active as we age. Frailty is an all-too-familiar downside of growing old. But there is much we can do to slow down and even reverse the process that leads to the weakening of our limbs. In this episode of the Live Long and Master Aging (LLAMA) podcast, we delve into the latest clinical discoveries that could help us stay strong and vital for much longer. Prof. Stuart Phillips, director of the Physical Activity Centre of Excellence (PACE) at the Department of Kinesiology at McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, explains how laboratory research into mitochondrial health is being applied to human physiology. Dr. Phillips is a member of the advisory board of Amazentis, the Swiss life science company, which has partnered with the LLAMA podcast to produce this episode. This episode of the LLAMA podcast is brought to you in association with Amazentis, a Swiss life science company, which is pioneering cutting edge, clinically validated cellular nutrition, under its Timeline brand.Published: October 6, 2020 - 3:21PM PTRecorded: July 7, 2020Visit the LLAMA podcast website for complete show notes, including a transcript of the conversation.In this interview we cover:PACE - a a community access exercise facility for special populations over the age of 55The impact a period of muscular disuse has on the body Why Covid has had such a marked effect on older people through inactivity The classic image of the older, retired person and why the notion of aging being associated with a decline in our physical functions is being challenged. Pursuing a goal of aging as healthily as we can for as long as we can.Understanding the phenomenon of SarcopeniaThe condition known as frailty. Ten thousand steps per day - why that number? Type II diabetes and psychical activity.Working with Amazentis to explore the benefits of Mitopure, a pure form urolithin A, in humans.Making the connection between research in laboratory animals and humans."Lifestyles that give meaning to life.The protein question - how much and what kind? The declining immune system with aging. Why is exercise king and nutrition queen? Is there a recipe for good exercise? Why do we run marathons?The power of walking Spreading the message of healthy aging through social mediaThe Live Long and Master Aging podcast shares ideas but does not offer medical advice. If you have health concerns of any kind, or you are considering adopting a new diet or exercise regime, you should consult your doctor.
102 / Why You Need To Start Building Your Muscle With Protein Now w/ Stuart Phillips
Key Takeaways Aging usually leads to a loss of skeletal muscle. That’s why it’s important to start building and maintaining it before it becomes a problem. Getting enough protein and exercising regularly will accomplish this and set you up to live better into old age. There is no single best way to build and maintain muscle with exercise. Whether using heavy or light weights, the muscle fibers can still get the use they need to stay strong. The important thing is consistency. It’s no secret that muscle mass decreases with age. Maintaining it is one of the central elements of longevity. Even though muscle loss mostly affects the elderly, preventive action needs to take place as early as age thirty. About Stuart Phillips, PhD Stuart Phillips is a professor in the Department of Kinesiology at McMaster University. As a Tier 1 Canadian research chair in skeletal-muscular health, director of the McMaster Centre for Nutrition, Exercise and Health Research, and the director of PACE, Professor Phillips has published nearly 500 research pieces. He is a true expert in how exercise and protein affect skeletal muscle. The Importance of Protein Professor Phillips knows the importance of protein. In fact, as we age, our protein requirements increase. Just including proteins in your diet is only part of the picture. Professor Phillips describes the importance of what sources of protein to eat and when to eat it. A protein-rich breakfast is a great way to start the day. Furthermore, animal-based proteins are easier for your body to synthesize. The Role of Exercise Protein and nutrition are not enough to maintain muscle mass. Exercise is a crucial element too. When it comes to losing weight ad staging strong, exercise is the key ingredient. However, a protein-dense diet can aid in weight loss. That’s because you’ll get the nutrients that you need without excess calories. How do protein and exercise shape your health? Leave a comment on the episode page! In this episode The metabolic importance of muscle [3:45] Why young people need to prepare for old age [6:29] Understanding how to get optimal protein [11:00] The best times and sources to get protein [16:20] The difference between carbohydrate stimulation and protein stimulation of insulin [27:25] How nutrient-dense sources of protein can aid weight-loss [33:15] The more effective ways to exercise as we age [41:20] Busting the myth of protein and kidney failure [48:48] Quotes “Being able to move, get around, and do all the activities of daily living, you need to have a good amount of functional skeletal muscle.” [6:18] “It’s hard to out-nutrition inactivity. You can maximize your chances, but the only way to undo inactivity is to be active.” [15:50] “The true health benefits of being physically active are when you take somebody from nothing to something.” [48:07] Links Follow Stuart Phillips, Ph.D. on Instagram | Twitter | Facebook Hacking Exercise for Health Check out the full show notes for this episode here Follow Emily on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube Podcast production & marketing support by the team at Counterweight Creative Related Episodes Episode 3: How Much Protein Do You Really Need