261 – Dr. Ted Naiman – The P:E Diet: Leverage Your Biology to Achieve Optimal Health

Dr. Ted Naiman author of The P:E Diet
Dr. Ted Naiman

Ted Naiman is a board-certified Family Medicine physician at the Department of Primary Care at a leading major medical center in Seattle. His personal research and medical practice are focused on practical implementation of diet and exercise for health optimization. 

He is the author of The PE Diet, a diet and exercise book that breaks down every single dietary strategy into one simple metric: PROTIEN and ENERGY. Inside the book, Ted explains protein to energy ratio, how it can optimize your health, and why food choice is everything.

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In this episode, Ted Naiman gives us an overview of his book The PE Diet – what is protein to energy ratio, dietary strategies, diet and food guide, and much more.

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Show Notes

  • 2:36 – COVID-19 impact on medical industry
  • 4:58 – Is popcorn low-carb diet friendly?
  • 15:00 – Overview of The PE Diet
  • 20:27 – Food guide for optimal health
  • 28:15 – Carnivore diet, veganism, elimination diets 
  • 40:50 – What is the safest elimination diet?
  • 46:22 – Pub med and health information hacks
  • 57:55 – Genetic testing for health
  • 1:03:16 – How does diet affect joint health?
  • 1:08:54 – Ted’s workout (Triple Failure technique)

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  • The protein leverage hypothesis was originally proposed (in 2005) by a pair of zoologists, S.J. Simpson and D. Raubenheimer, based on their research into the natural diets of a variety of animals. They have recently published their own book on the ideal human diet, called “Eat Like The Animals”.

    Their recommended target for protein intake is 15-20% of total calories, based on age: young adults and pregnant women at 18%, middle aged adults at 15%, and over 65 at 20%. So for someone eating 2500 calories per day, that is 95-125 grams of protein per day. That is significantly higher than the minimum RDA, but is a lot less than what the Carnivore Diet folks would consume. I would imagine Ted is also eating well above that level. Simpson and Raubenheimer are definitely not in the “more is always better” camp when it comes to protein (and they came up with the hypothesis).

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