Dr. Oz offers warning after woman’s unexpected death: Don’t overdo it with protein diets




Dr. Mehmet Oz joined “Fox & Friends” Tuesday to provide his perspective on the gorgeous demise of a girl in Australia, whose protein-heavy meals routine is claimed to have triggered an undiagnosed state of affairs.

Meegan Hefford, 25, developed an ardor for well being after the supply of her first teen, nevertheless, it turned an unhealthy obsession following her second teen, her mother outlined. Hefford then turned involved in bodybuilding competitions, which required her to maintain up a strict meals routine packed with protein, sooner than she died two years previously.

Dr. Oz said that this state of affairs is not new to him and that one in 10,000 of us lack the ability to appropriately digest protein. This state of affairs stems from a complication with the urea cycle, which can be introduced on by an excessive amount of protein, he outlined.

“We think maybe one in five [cases] of the sudden infant death syndrome, little babies, actually had this problem and that’s why they get sick. You don’t know it, because they’re too young,” he outlined.

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Dr. Oz added that this will worsen with age if one’s protein consumption will improve significantly.

“Historically, it wasn’t a problem because you weren’t going to have that lots of protein in your meals routine, nevertheless with the fads and diets which may be available on the market and wish to scale back weight, they overdo it. And this protein powder, in this case, the youthful woman was apparently taking, can overwhelm the cycle,” he said.

When requested straightforward strategies to detect this case, Dr. Oz explains that the physique will produce ammonia if it is unable to appropriately digest protein, which could lead to lethargy and affect one’s psychological state.

“Quite a lot of cases, you merely become the unconscious. You’re so sleepy, you merely transfer out which is what occurred to her, they often didn’t get to her in time,” he said, cautioning dieters in opposition to overdoing it with protein.

“If it’s good to have protein powder for breakfast, 15 grams maybe, that’s okay. In a day, we anticipate of us to have 70, 80 grams of protein, nevertheless, I don’t want you to have tons of grams of protein. That’s not what you’re imagined to do. It’s alleged to alternate straightforward carbohydrates, not become the one issue you eat.”

The woman’s mother, Michelle White, said she decided to speak out to spice up consciousness and spur regulation of protein-packed dietary supplements in Australia.




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