More protein in our diet is good for us, says one of the country’s top diabetes researchers, Osama Hamdy, MD and PhD. He is the medical director of the obesity clinical program at Joslin Diabetes Center in Boston.
But whether you are a vegetarian or not protein still presents problems.
He spoke about “Higher Levels of Protein Intake are Good” at the American Diabetes Association’s June annual meeting in San Francisco, as I previously reported here. Since then, he has posted his slides for that presentation online.
We got to know each other in San Francisco and have been in touch by email. And we just got another chance to talk about his protein concerns.