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The Game Changers – A Revolution in Sports Nutrition and Performance, Part 1 of 2

2020-10-06
Language:English

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Today, we are delighted to explore the movie Game Changers, a fascinating documentary that tells the story of James Wilks, an elite Special Forces trainer and the Ultimate Fight winner, who travels the world to discover the optimal diet for human performance. Discovering the truth about the Gladiators’ diets, led Mr. Wilks on a 5-year quest for the “Truth in Nutrition.” He travelled to four continents where he met with dozens of the world’s strongest, fastest and toughest athletes, as well as top experts in nutrition, athletics and anthropology. To his amazement, the plant-based diet was correlated with improved athletic performance, strength and health in many extraordinary and diverse ways. To state this in his own words, as outlined on The Game Changers website, “What I discovered was so revolutionary, with such profound implications for human performance and health — and even the future of the planet itself — that I had to share it with the world.” “Someone asked me, how could you get as strong as an ox without eating any meat? My answer was, have you ever seen an ox eating meat?” Mr. Baboumian has also stated, “This is a message to all those out there who think that you need animal products to be fit and strong. Don’t listen to those self-proclaimed nutrition gurus and the supplement industry trying to tell you that you need meat, eggs and dairy to get enough protein. There are plenty of plant-based protein sources and your body is going to thank you for stopping feeding it with dead-food. Go vegan and feel the power!” “My name is Adam Millman. I love the film (The Game Changers). This is my second time seeing it. I switched my diet to, vegan health, plant-based And it just made me think about like, I used to wrestle back in high school and lifting and I was exercising like six days a week, hardcore. And my mile time was about seven... My fastest mile was maybe 7’25” per mile. And then in college, I beat that 7’58” for one mile. And then yesterday, I just ran four and a half miles at 6’50” a mile, which is insane. So, the point is, I’m listening to all these athletes and how their performance is increasing. And I see it in my life and I’m like, ‘Oh my God, like, yes, this really makes a difference!’”
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