Ask the NutritionistPosted by SluggoCRX on 4 years ago
I remember hearing Joe Cross say a few times in interviews that 30% of the weight he lost was muscle and 70% was fat. In several interviews I've also heard Joe say that a lot of Veggies contain plenty of Protein. Additionally, I've watched the movie "The Joy of Juicing" by Gary Null (which I find to be a treasure trove of Juicing information) and he agrees with Joe's statement as well as has supporting people in the movie (a link to the movie on U-Tube is below).
My question is, Why would a person experience such a high percentage of muscle loss if they're in-taking usable protein? I understand losing some muscle, it's expected, but if you're working out some then a person should retain a higher percentage (I did).
I ask because I've heard Joe say a few times he made of point of putting on Muscle to regain what he lost and something didn't sound right about that to me....
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