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If there were a pill you could take to reduce your risk of chronic diseases like heart failure, obesity, diabetes, depression, anxiety and more by 20%, chances are you'd be interested in getting your hands on it. Studies continue to extol the virtues of living an active lifestyle, but a growing number of us consistently fail to meet recommended levels of physical exertion. In this episode, we speak with medical experts on why it is so important, whatever your level of fitness, to feel like you can make a positive change to your life through exercise... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists
This week we review a recent work on postoperative ectopic atrial tachycardia (EAT) following congenital heart surgery in children. Are there risk factors for this arrhythmia and are any modifiable? What is the 'go to' therapy used by the electrophysiologists at Children's LA for the acute and chronic treatment of this arrhythmia in the postoperative period? Is the presence of EAT in a postoperative congenital heart patient a marker for a worse outcome? These are amongst the questions posed to Children's of Los Angeles pediatric electrophysiologist, Dr. Jonathan Uniat. DOI: 10.1007/s00246-022-03068-8
Cardiovascular disease is a major health concern for everyone, especially women, causing ten times more fatalities than breast cancer. As a matter of fact, heart attacks occur more often in women than men. Cardiovascular disease is often underestimated as it appears later in women than in men. Women usually discover their own risk while seeking health information for their spouses at medical events, making it a life-saving revelation. Dr. Ford Brewer is a board-certified preventive & occupational medicine specialist and a globally recognized speaker for organizations including the National Governor's Association and the Brookings Institute. Dr. Brewer is also the Founder of PrevMed Heart Attack & Stroke Prevention (www.premedhealth.com). PrevMed Health is a national preventive medicine practice focusing on preventing and treating chronic diseases, particularly heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and obesity. Dr. Brewer has devoted the majority of his career to the prevention of chronic disease, with some amazing results. Prior to Premed Health, he was the Director of preventive medicine programs at the prestigious Johns Hopkins University. During this very informative interview, Dr. Brewer will share why he chose prevention as opposed to surgery, and how his methods of prevention can extend decades to your life beyond your 50s, 60s or 70s. In addition, Dr. Brewer will share information about his upcoming event, “PrevMed Health's Heart Attack and Stroke Prevention Conference, scheduled to take place on December 1-2 in Tampa, Florida. The conference will address the critical issue of preventive medicine and the leading causes of death and hospitalizations in America. The two-day immersive health education conference includes top healthcare and medical experts who discuss silent killers and how to avoid or prevent many cardiovascular diseases. This transformative seminar is much more than a traditional event, offering individualized advanced testing to identify risk for heart disease, strokes, and dementia, among other cardiovascular diseases. If you're looking for ways to improve your health and extend your life for years to come, then listen to what Dr. Brewer has to say and what techniques he recommends, you won't regret it. He is saving lives all over the world, with over 188,000 YouTube subscribers, he is doing something right!
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Sumanta Pal, MD, discusses the treatment of patients with metastatic renal cell carcinoma (mRCC), management of cardiovascular toxicities associated with therapies for mRCC, and the future treatment landscape of mRCC. Moderated by Sarah Waliany, MD, MS.
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In this episode of ReInvent Healthcare, I talk about one of my favorite fungi to recommend to people and it's Cordyceps. The use of Cordyceps dates back thousands of years and is shown to have great respiratory, cardiovascular, blood sugar, and even neurological benefits. Make sure you listen to the full episode to learn more.IN THIS EPISODE:Historical Medicinal UseCordyceps, a parasitic fungus, has a rich history of medicinal use in Tibetan and Chinese medicine. It has been employed to address issues such as fatigue, kidney disorders, respiratory ailments, and to enhance athletic performance. The historical use dates back centuries, emphasizing its enduring significance in traditional medicine.Nutritional and Medicinal ContentCordyceps is not only valued for its medicinal properties but also for its nutritional content. It contains amino acids, vitamins (such as B vitamins), and minerals (iron, zinc, selenium), addressing deficiencies that are common in many individuals. The presence of polysaccharides contributes to its immune-boosting and anti-inflammatory effects. Furthermore, it contains bioactive compounds like cordycepin, adenosine, and cordymin, each with distinct health benefits.Diverse Health BenefitsCordyceps demonstrates a wide range of health benefits, making it a versatile recommendation. It is known for enhancing the immune system, improving endurance and energy without the jitteriness associated with stimulants, reducing inflammation, supporting cardiovascular health by regulating blood pressure and cholesterol, aiding in blood sugar regulation, and promoting respiratory health by improving lung function. Additionally, cordyceps show promise in neurocognitive protection, potentially guarding against conditions like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's, and it may even have positive effects on mood and appetite regulation. The herb's adaptogenic properties contribute to stress mitigation, making it a holistic addition to health and wellness practices.ReInvent Healthcare Links Get our FREE Guide to Taking a Detailed Health History that gets you to root causes.Access Additional Resources for Practitioners ready to improve clinical outcomes through our Nutritional Endocrinology Practitioner Training. Visit my ReInvent Healthcare site to check out other episodes that will be beneficial to you and your clients. You can also check out my Cardiovascular theme here.
En este episodio hablamos con el Dr. Alejandro Ezquerra, médico internista y cardiólogo. A lo largo del podcast, platicamos sobre hábitos, salud cardiovascular y cómo cuidar el corazón para poder vivir al máximo. Sigue al Dr. Alex en Instagram: @dr.alex.ezquerra ¿Te gusta el podcast? Haz una donación y ayúdame a seguir creando contenido. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/fiteligente/support
Could we eliminate the number one cause of death? Neil deGrasse Tyson and co-hosts Chuck Nice and Gary O'Reilly go to medical school to learn about heart health, the impacts of COVID, and the cardiovascular disease epidemic with physician Dr. Lipi Roy.NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can listen to this entire episode commercial-free here: https://startalkmedia.com/show/beating-time-dodging-the-number-one-killer-with-dr-lipi-roy/Thanks to our Patrons Kaleda Davis, Saúl Franco, Jake Egli, Josh Rolstad, Roxanne Landin, jamie brutnell, and Bailey Manasco for supporting us this week.
In this episode of ReInvent Healthcare, I talk about one of my favorite herbs that has been used in traditional medicine for centuries, the Hawthorn Berry. This herb is a great antioxidant, is good for the cardiovascular system, and it has a whole list of other unique properties that are sure to help your clients gain optimal health. Listen to the whole episode to find out more. IN THIS EPISODE:Hawthorn Berry Cardiovascular BenefitsHawthorn berry, also known as Crataegus, is well-regarded for its cardiovascular benefits. It is known for its ability to strengthen the heart muscle, lower blood pressure, and improve blood flow. It can help relax blood vessels, reduce peripheral resistance, and protect the heart from oxidative stress, making it a valuable herb for heart health.Important Bioactive CompoundsHawthorn berry contains several bioactive compounds that contribute to its effectiveness. Some of these include flavonoids like quercetin and hyperocide, which have vasodilatory effects and anti-inflammatory properties. Additionally, oligomeric proanthocyanidins and triterpene acids found in Hawthorn berry help strengthen blood vessel walls, reduce chronic inflammation, and act as antioxidants.Clinical StudiesThere have been several clinical studies that support the benefits of Hawthorn berry. For instance, a 2008 meta-analysis of 14 clinical trials found that Hawthorn extracts were associated with significant improvements in exercise tolerance, reduction of chest pain on exertion, and overall heart health. Another study from 2009 showed that Hawthorn Berry extract, when used in combination with standard heart failure medication, improved symptoms and quality of life in patients with chronic heart failure. Additionally, a 2013 study reported that Hawthorn supplementation led to significant reductions in blood pressure and improvements in cholesterol levels.ReInvent Healthcare Links Get our FREE Guide to Taking a Detailed Health History that gets you to root causes.Access Additional Resources for Practitioners ready to improve clinical outcomes through our Nutritional Endocrinology Practitioner Training. Visit my ReInvent Healthcare site to check out other episodes that will be beneficial to you and your clients. You can also check out my Cardiovascular theme here.
A new advisory from the American Heart Association makes it clear: your risk for dying of heart disease is inextricably linked to the health of your metabolism and your kidneys. Chiadi Ndumele, a Johns Hopkins cardiologist and head of the … Can you reverse your risk for cardiovascular kidney metabolic syndrome? Elizabeth Tracey reports Read More »
CKM stands for cardiovascular kidney metabolic syndrome, and Chiadi Ndumele, a Johns Hopkins cardiologist and chair of the American Heart Association writing committee that described the syndrome, says while people's choices determine much of their risk to develop it, it's … Risk for cardiovascular kidney metabolic syndrome is linked to behavior, Elizabeth Tracey reports Read More »
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In today's podcast, we're delving deeper into the follow-up to the groundbreaking book, "Predictions: Society's Telltale Signature Reveals the Past and Forecasts the Future." This sequel takes us on an exciting journey, offering a fresh perspective on understanding society and ourselves by employing scientific principles to forecast social phenomena. But that's not all; we're also tackling the daring task of revisiting the predictions made two decades ago and comparing them to real-world data—a step forecasters typically shy away from. And to sweeten the deal, this book introduces many new, relevant topics that have emerged recently. Stay tuned for an enlightening exploration of these intriguing insights! Find Theodore here: 00:00:00.355 Introduction and Recap of Part One 00:02:00.301 Growth Potential in China and India 00:10:23.649 Synthetic Rubber: Exceptional Growth During the War 00:12:32.440 Anticipating New Product Introductions and Disease Trajectories 00:15:45.440 Cardiovascular vs. Cancer: Competing Diseases 00:17:49.360 Competing Travel Means: Cars, Trains, and Planes 00:20:01.429 Competition for Energy: Fuel and Share Growth 00:22:13.924 The Fuel Conundrum: Fluctuations and Fracking 00:25:08.739 The Succession of S-curves in Energy Consumption 00:27:17.544 Subjective vs Concrete Variables in Econometrics 00:28:49.043 The Breakdown of Data Agreement in Electricity Production
Aortic aneurysms are often referred to as "silent killers" and can be extremely dangerous, with few symptoms evident. Cardiovascular surgeon Kristen Walker, MD, discusses how they can be diagnosed and the treatment options currently available.You can also watch the video recording on our Vimeo channel here.For more health tips & news you can use from experts you trust, sign up for Sarasota Memorial's monthly digital newsletter, Healthe-Matters.
In this episode of ReInvent healthcare, I have a very special guest, Dr. Irene Cop, who is the CEO and founder of the Success SHIFT Institute. Together we talk about the types of traumas, the impacts they hold, and the importance of understanding the different types of trauma when working with clients. IN THIS EPISODE:The Impact of TraumaTrauma can manifest in various ways, including autoimmune disorders, cancer, increased infections, chronic pain, chronic fatigue syndrome, Alzheimer's, diabetes, and cardiovascular issues. It's essential to recognize the hidden factor of trauma's impact on health to better understand our clients, their background, and even their willingness to follow your recommendations. Understanding Trauma HistoryTo effectively address trauma, it's important to ask not only about a person's past but also about their family history and potential emotional traumas experienced by family members. Exploring family constellations, a process that examines how family dynamics and history affect individuals, can be valuable in understanding the energetics of trauma.Trauma Healing TechniquesWhen working with clients who have experienced trauma, consider the impact of meditation and mindfulness. In some cases, meditation may not be suitable for individuals in survival mode. Instead, you can use structured techniques to help clients shift from a sympathetic state to a parasympathetic state, such as counting breaths, active meditation, or physical actions that create positive emotions. These techniques help regulate the nervous system and promote healing.Unrecognized TraumasThere is a significance of recognizing and addressing unrecognized traumas. Many individuals may not realize the extent of the trauma they've experienced until they reflect upon it and consider how it has affected them and how it manifests in their health later on in life.Epigenetic TraumaTrauma experienced by previous generations can affect the genetic expression of subsequent generations. Research studies show that trauma can modify the expression of DNA, affecting an individual's predisposition to stress and disease. This underscores the importance of recognizing the intergenerational and cultural impact of trauma to better understand and help clients. Dr. Irene Cop LinksFollow Dr. Irene's Facebook page here.Check out the Success SHIFT Institute here. ReInvent Healthcare Links Get our FREE Guide to Taking a Detailed Health History that gets you to root causes.Access Additional Resources for Practitioners ready to improve clinical outcomes through our Nutritional Endocrinology Practitioner Training. Visit my ReInvent Healthcare site to check out other episodes that will be beneficial to you and your clients. You can also check out my Cardiovascular theme here.
The American Heart Association has just issued a presidential advisory describing a new syndrome. Chaidi Ndumele, chair of the writing committee and a cardiologist at Johns Hopkins, explains. Ndumele: We're talking about cardiovascular kidney metabolic syndrome. Cardiovascular kidney metabolic syndrome … A new syndrome has just been identified by the American Heart Association. Elizabeth Tracey reports Read More »
CKM syndrome, which stands for cardiovascular kidney metabolic syndrome, has just been described by the American Heart Association as something clinicians need to evaluate in their patients with conditions like obesity and diabetes. Chiadi Ndumele, chair of the heart association's … Existing therapies may help with cardiovascular kidney metabolic syndrome, Elizabeth Tracey reports Read More »
Johns Hopkins cardiologist Chiadi Ndumele is chair of the American Heart Association's writing committee for new guidelines on what is being called ‘CKM syndrome,' for cardiovascular kidney metabolic syndrome, and chances are good you or someone you love will be hearing … What is the health impact of cardiovascular kidney metabolic syndrome? Elizabeth Tracey reports Read More »
Cardiovascular kidney metabolic syndrome, or CKM, is a holistic approach to integrating a number of conditions that work together to negatively impact health and longevity. That's according to Chiadi Ndumele, a cardiologist at Johns Hopkins and head of the writing … Just how big a risk is CKM syndrome? Elizabeth Tracey reports Read More »
In this episode I talk with Amy Myrdal Miller- a farmer's daughter from North Dakota, an award-winning dietitian and the president of Farmer's Daughter Consulting. Amy is the co-author of the award-winning cookbook Cooking à la Heart: 500 Easy and Delicious Recipes to Help Make Every Meal Heart Healthy. Her personal, home-cooked recipes follow the science of the Mediterranean, DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension), and MIND (Mediterranean-DASH Intervention for Neurodegenerative Delay) diets. Amy and I talk a lot about the recipes in her cookbook, how to make healthier choices while cooking, and tips for getting into cooking more at home! Reach out to Amy: https://www.linkedin.com/in/amymyrdalmiller/ Get your sourdough kit here: breadtherapymama.etsy.com Connect with me: Recipes, holistic living, healthy swaps & more, visit www.breadtherapymama.com Follow my fit to farm homesteading journey on instagram, www.instagram.com/thisismirandalee Join my Facebook community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/oldfashionednutrition
In this episode of ReInvent healthcare, I dive deep into more comprehensive blood testing and how to combine that with genetic testing. I also share how essential it is to personalize care and use a holistic approach based on genetics, appropriate testing, and a comprehensive health history, and lifestyle to effectively get a clear picture of the health of our clients. IN THIS EPISODE:The Importance of Comprehensive Blood Testing There is a significance of more extensive blood testing beyond what is traditionally done in medicine. Standard tests often do not provide a complete picture of a person's health, and a more comprehensive set of blood tests can help identify various risk factors and imbalances of our clients in order to help them better.Testing Before a DiagnosisDoctors should not wait until someone is diagnosed with a disease before conducting certain tests. Proactive testing is important to identify clients at risk of developing health issues, before they have received a formal diagnosis. Genetics in Blood TestingThere is a synergy between genetics and blood testing. Genetic markers can guide which blood tests are most appropriate for our clients and the results of blood tests can provide insights into a person's genetic predispositions, helping us as healthcare professionals tailor our recommendations and interventions accordingly.ReInvent Healthcare Links Get our FREE Guide to Taking a Detailed Health History that gets you to root causes.Access Additional Resources for Practitioners ready to improve clinical outcomes through our Nutritional Endocrinology Practitioner Training. Visit my ReInvent Healthcare site to check out other episodes that will be beneficial to you and your clients. You can also check out my Cardiovascular theme here. Attend SHINE Conference 2023: Genetics, Assessments, and Nutritional Strategies for Optimal Cardiovascular Function where Dr. Ellie will be speaking, along with Dr. Joel Kahn Dr. Alan Hopkins, Dr, Christy Sutton, and more.
La trombosis venosa profunda sucede cuando se forma un coagulo de sangre que se vuelve espesa en una vena profunda, estas venas están rodeadas por el musculo; suele ocurrir en las piernas o los muslos, pero puede producirse también en los brazos y la pelvis. Una trombosis puede presentarse sin ningún síntoma, pero regularmente viene acompañada de enrojecimiento de la piel, inflamación de una pierna o un brazo, piel caliente al tacto, y dolor o sensibilidad en la zona. Los coágulos de sangre pueden afectar a cualquier persona de cualquier edad, pero es más común en los adultos de más de 60 años de edad. Seguramente has escuchado que a alguien le dio un trombosis, ¿Sabes qué es y cómo se previene? ó ¿Cómo tratarla? En este podcast de El Expresso de las 10, con la asesoría de los doctores Sergio Alberto Sánchez Vergara y Carlos Jair Bernal González, Médicos del Servicio de Tórax y Cardiovascular del Hospital Civil de Guadalajara "Fray Antonio Alcalde", respondemos a estas preguntas y todas las inquietudes de nuestros radioescuchas.
Today, I delve into the intricate interplay between hypertension and genetic predisposition, shedding light on how specific genes can influence blood pressure and increase the risk of this prevalent health concern. I will not only explore the genetic factors contributing to hypertension but also focus on actionable strategies that we as functional practitioners can employ to prevent and manage high blood pressure effectively. From dietary interventions to targeted supplementation and stress reduction techniques, we'll uncover a holistic approach to empower both practitioners and individuals to take control of their cardiovascular health. IN THIS EPISODE:Understanding HypertensionHypertension, characterized by elevated blood pressure, particularly when it surpasses the threshold of 120 over 80, is a critical health concern due to its potential to result in severe complications, including strokes and debilitating headaches. This condition is thoroughly defined in the opening section, emphasizing its medical significance and the risks associated with it, such as strokes and other disabilities.Genetic FactorsGenetic factors are known to exert a significant influence on hypertension. Specific genes, namely ACE (Angiotensin Converting Enzyme), AGTR1 (Angiotensin 2 receptor), NOS (nitric oxide synthase), and CYP11B2 (aldosterone synthase), have been pinpointed as key contributors to high blood pressure. These genetic elements play a pivotal role in critical physiological processes like kidney function, sodium regulation, and vasodilation, all of which are intricately linked to the control of blood pressure. The discussion surrounding these specific genetic factors and single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs), including ACE, AGTR1, NOS, and CYP11B2, offers valuable insights into the genetic underpinnings of hypertension and how these SNPs impact the intricate mechanisms governing blood pressure regulation.Functional ApproachesFunctional practitioners play a pivotal role in assisting individuals dealing with hypertension by employing a multifaceted approach. These strategies encompass dietary adjustments, such as increasing foods high in potassium, magnesium, and CoQ10, stress alleviation methods like meditation and yoga, regular exercise, and genetic profiling to personalize interventions. Additionally, the importance of accurate blood pressure measurement is highlighted, advocating the necessity of taking multiple readings to mitigate white coat hypertension and ensure precise results. The transcript underscores the critical role of lifestyle modifications, including stress-reduction techniques and dietary changes, such as adhering to the DASH diet, optimizing potassium and magnesium intake, and incorporating supplements like taurine to effectively lower blood pressure. ReInvent Healthcare Links Get our FREE Guide to Taking a Detailed Health History that gets you to root causes.Access Additional Resources for Practitioners ready to improve clinical outcomes through our Nutritional Endocrinology Practitioner Training. Visit my ReInvent Healthcare site to check out other episodes that will be beneficial to you and your clients. You can also check out my Cardiovascular theme here. Attend SHINE Conference 2023:...
Although strokes are complex events involving both the brain and heart, diagnosis and treatment of potential strokes is not always managed by brain and heart doctors working together. Because of this, patients may be having unnecessary procedures and risking future health events. Ekaterina Bakradze, M.D., a stroke neurologist, and Mustafa Ahmed, M.D., an interventional cardiologist, discuss the complexity of stroke diagnoses and management, emphasizing the importance of a multidisciplinary team. The doctors explain how one common cause of stroke called PFO – a hole in the heart – is not always the culprit of a patient's neurological health condition. Learn more about their work at the UAB Heart Brain Clinic.
Joni Hanson Davis is the female founder of Kirkland, Washington Femtech company Beli, modernizing reproductive, prenatal, and fertility health based on the latest nutritional science with one small, yet significant act of a daily prenatal vitamin for both men and women. After a long successful career leading Fortune 500 companies and technology startups to IPO, Davis founded Beli in 2018 with a personal mission to address the growing crisis of infertility and modernize the stagnant prenatal vitamin market. The fertility market is a $24B market, and yet prenatal vitamins still haven't caught up with modern nutritional science. 50% of all infertility can be traced to male infertility and nutrition plays a major role in successful pregnancy outcomes and science led Beli to look deeper at how nutrition plays a vital role in sperm health, launching the first modern male prenatal in 2019. Michelle talks with Joni about why men taking prenatals are just as important for men for a healthy pregnancy. Dr. Thomas Su is a cosmetic surgeon and the owner of ArtLipo Plastic Surgery based in Tampa, Florida. It is a highly regarded clinic providing some of the most advanced liposuction procedures in the world. He has performed awake - only liposuction for over 15 years. He joins Michelle to talk about his practice and lipedema, how it affect women and what can be done for it.Dr. Su is defined by his passion for art since high school. He went on to study human figure drawing, painting, and sculpting in college, resulting in a Bachelor's Degree in Fine Arts. His love for art of the human figure is made apparent in all of his work and is the reason for his high degree of perfectionism when it comes to liposuction.Compared to other cosmetic or plastic surgeons who perform a myriad of different surgeries, Dr. Su concentrates on only liposuction. He has developed advanced skills and a level of expertise that few surgeons doing liposuction can master. Dr. Su is the innovator of the Interactive Lipo Method and Celebrity Arms Sculpting. The Interactive Lipo Method is a culmination of techniques derived from Dr. Su's background as a figure artist and sculptor.Cardiovascular disease is one of the biggest public health crises of our time and remains a leading public health challenge in the US and globally.1 In fact, someone in the US has a heart attack approximately every 40 seconds. Having a high low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol number – the “bad” cholesterol – can raise your risk of heart attack and stroke. Too much LDL cholesterol can lead to a buildup of fatty deposits, or plaques, inside your arteries. These plaques can narrow arteries and reduce blood flow. If a piece of the plaque breaks free, it might travel into the bloodstream and block a blood vessel to the heart or brain, causing a heart attack or stroke. For people who have had a heart attack or stroke, knowing the connection between high cholesterol and the risk of having another cardiovascular event is vital because taking steps to aim for and maintain a low LDL cholesterol level can reduce their risk of future events. Dr. Eduardo Sanchez serves as Chief Medical Officer (CMO) for Prevention for the American Heart Association. Lorraine Martin, President and CEO, National Safety Council joins Michelle to talk about what can be done to intervene in the workplace when there's been an overdose. Overdoses have emerged as the leading cause of unintentional death in the United States, with opioids involved in a staggering 77% of these incidents. Overdoses can happen anywhere, including the workplace – and the numbers are alarming: workplace overdoses, often linked to opioid misuse, have surged by an astonishing 536% since 2011, cutting across all worker demographics, industries and occupations. At the National Safety Council (NSC), the mission is clear: to save lives from the workplace to anyplace. To fulfill this mission, the Council recently launched the Respond Ready Workplace initiative that focuses on three critical aspects: overdose and naloxone awareness, access and adoption.The Capital City Africa Week Festival and Ghana Week DC, a first-time series of events devoted to the celebration of Ghanaian art, culture, business, tourism, sports and more, is taking place October 9-14, 2023 in Washington, D.C. Hosted by the Ghana Embassy in Washington, D.C., the Ghana Tourism Authority, LIQUID SOUL-DC, Events DC, and D.C. United, the full schedule of events was revealed today, including the “Capital City Africa Cup,” a historic soccer friendly on Saturday, October 14, 2023 at 5:00 PM at Audi Field between Major League Soccer's most decorated club, D.C. United, and Ghana Premier League champions, Medeama SC.
In this episode, Drs. Poonam Velagapudi and Babar Basir from the ACC's Early Career Council interview Dr. Frank Amico, an interventional, heart failure and transplant cardiologist. Hear Dr. Amico describe how a life-altering accident enhanced his personal and professional commitments, and how that event influenced his determination to practice medicine and more importantly, to maintain wellness and work-life balance.
In this episode of ReInvent healthcare, I dive deep into LDL Particles and what those mean for cardiovascular health. I also share how essential it is to personalize care and use a holistic approach based on genetics and lifestyle, and to examine a full lipid profile to effectively manage the cardiovascular health of our clients. IN THIS EPISODE:LDL Particles Are Not All the SameIt's essential to understand that not all LDL particles are created equal. LDL stands for low-density lipoproteins and plays a crucial role in transporting cholesterol and fats throughout the body. However, high levels of LDL, especially small, dense particles, can increase the risk of cardiovascular diseases like atherosclerosis, heart disease, and strokes. As functional practitioners, it is important to understand this in order to tailor approaches for every individual.Particle Size MattersThe size and density of LDL particles matter when assessing cardiovascular risk. Smaller, denser LDL particles are more atherogenic and susceptible to oxidation, making them more harmful than larger, buoyant particles. These small particles are associated with higher triglyceride levels and often observed in individuals with insulin resistance and metabolic syndrome.Comprehensive Assessment Is KeyStandard lipid panels, which measure cholesterol, LDL, HDL, and triglycerides, are not enough to assess cardiovascular risk fully. Functional practitioners should consider advanced lipid panels that include particle size and number, assess for oxidized LDL, and examine Lp(a) lipoprotein. Lifestyle factors, such as diet, exercise, and stress management, play a significant role in influencing LDL particle characteristics and should be addressed to reduce cardiovascular risk.ReInvent Healthcare Links Get our FREE Guide to Taking a Detailed Health History that gets you to root causes.Access Additional Resources for Practitioners ready to improve clinical outcomes through our Nutritional Endocrinology Practitioner Training. Visit my ReInvent Healthcare site to check out other episodes that will be beneficial to you and your clients. You can also check out my Cardiovascular theme here. Attend SHINE Conference 2023: Genetics, Assessments, and Nutritional Strategies for Optimal Cardiovascular Function where Dr. Ellie will be speaking, along with Dr. Joel Kahn Dr. Alan Hopkins, Dr, Christy Sutton, and more.
Cardiovascular disease refers to many conditions that affect the heart and blood vessels. It's the leading cause of death worldwide and can be influenced by many factors such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, poor diet, etc. Maintaining a strong and healthy heart is crucial for your overall well-being. Dr. Jack Wolfson is a board-certified cardiologist who specializes in nutrition, lifestyle changes, and natural supplements to prevent, treat, and even reverse heart disease. His "Eat Well, Live Well, Think Well" method has helped thousands of people from all over the world! In this episode, Jodi is joined by Dr. Jack Wolfson to discuss his holistic approach to preventing cardiovascular disease. Tune in to learn more about: [02:26] - What you should know about mainstream cardiology [03:38] - Cardiovascular disease in women [07:50] - A message about risk factors in men [10:53] - Eat well, live well, think well! [15:49] - The benefits of natural light [19:20] - Every symptom can be explained by mold If you would like a copy of A Paleo Cardiologist visit freeheartbook.com. ✪ Jack Wolfson: naturalheartdoctor.com | Facebook: Natural Heart Doctor | Instagram: @naturalheartdoctor ❂ Jodi Cohen: Facebook: Vibrant Blue Oils Discussion Group | Instagram: @VibrantBlueOils | YouTube: Vibrant Blue Oils
Have you heard of Lp(a)? Want to know how you can lower this important cardiovascular risk marker? Tune in to hear us discuss lipoprotein a, what it means, ideal ranges, and how you can lower it naturally to decrease your risk. Lp(a) is an independent risk factor for heart disease and stroke, yet often overlooked or left unchecked. Conventional treatment with statin drugs can actually increase Lp(a) values by 15-20%, increasing your risk. In this episode we will discuss natural ways to lower Lp(a) from PCSK9 inhibitors, to bile drivers, to fiber, and specific nutrients that address this lab value without the side effects of medication. Also in this episode: Save $50 on the CardioMetabolic Panel with code CMP50 Episode 284 on how to navigate a cardiometabolic panel + interventions Episode 296 Carnitine + arrhythmia and heart failure Episode 331 Homocysteine and vascular health + blood pressure updates What is Lp(a)? Do statins lower Lp(a)? Effect of an increase in Lp(a) following statin therapy on cardiovascular prognosis in secondary prevention population of coronary artery disease Study Alleges Mortality Miscount in FOURIER Trial; TIMI Group Disagrees Functional Medicine Approach to Elevated Lp(a) Natural Inhibitors of PCSK9Naturally Occurring PCSK9 Inhibitors BerberineBerberine Boost 2 twice daily Berberine: Ins and outs of a nature-made PCSK9 inhibitor - PMC Hempseed 2 Tbsp daily Polyphenols: Get daily herbs, seasonings, spices, teaGreen Tea QuercetinBio-C Plus 1 twice daily Inflammazyme 2-3 3x/day (6-9/day) Resveratrol Honey Nutrients of Focus for lowering Lp(a)NiacinB Complex Niatain Increase Fiber in the DietPhytoFiber Flax Seeds Chia Seeds Glucomannan Konjac Noodles 2-3 cups leafy greens Drive Bile Flow10 Day Detox Reset, Restore, Renew Detox Packs 1 at rise, 1 at bed Cellular Antiox COQ10 Cardiovascular Health and Lipoprotein(a): How to Address a Genetic Issue and Support Cardiovascular Health Naturally CoQ10 Complex L-carnitineImpact of L-carnitine on plasma lipoprotein(a) concentrations: A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials Boost and Burn Fish OilEPA DHA Extra 1 twice daily Keto for lowering Lp(a)Archive Keto Program This episode is sponsored by: Noble Origins, an animal-based organs focused company serving up Nose-To-Tail Protein With Organs, Collagen, & Colostrum. Our Noble Organs Complex is a powdered blend of high-quality beef organs from New Zealand-sourced grass-fed Beef liver, heart, kidney, pancreas, and spleen. Bring Nose-to-tail nutrition to the masses that need it most: Americans. We do this through a delicious once-a-day shake that the whole family can love. Check it out here and use code ALIMILLERRD to get a free bag of Noble Organs Complex at checkout.
A fascinating new study finds common biomarkers predict the odds of living to 100 years of age. This 35-year study in 44,000 adults found high-cholesterol and low blood glucose were linked with higher odds of reaching 100 years of age. Here's a breakdown of these interesting findings: https://bit.ly/3LI6PnM Sponsored: Support your Intermittent Fasting lifestyle with the Berberine Fasting Accelerator by MYOXCIENCE: bit.ly/berberine-fasting-accelerator Save with code Podcast at checkout Show Notes: 03:00 2.7% of participants reached their 100th birthday. 03:30 Non-centenarians had double or triple the rates of common conditions. 04:00 Cardiovascular disease decreases your health span and life span. 05:30 Higher total cholesterol is associated with becoming a centenarian. 07:30 Centenarians had lower levels of blood glucose. 08:20 GGT liver enzyme test reflects the turnover of glutathione and oxidative stress. 10:40 Uric acid is an indirect marker of inflammation, and is low in centenarians. 12:00 Cholesterol may be protective. 15:45 Higher levels of total cholesterol and iron, and lower levels of glucose, creatinine, uric acid, AST, GGT, and ALP, total iron binding capacity and LDH were associated with a greater likelihood of becoming a centenarian. 17:30 Improve GGT levels by improving glutathione health and avoiding drinking alcohol. 18:30 Minimize intrahepatic fat with fasting, exercise, and low carb nutrition. 24:45 ApoB to A1 ratio gives insight into lipoprotein health. 27:50 A short term cold can raise iron levels.
This week we discuss the role of the stress echo in the evaluation and follow-up of the patient with Kawasaki disease. What are the present recommendations on the role of this form of imaging in this patient group? What are its benefits and limitations? Can this form of testing provide actionable data beyond imaging such as CT angiography? What is the possible role of CMR in the management and follow-up of the KD patient? Dr. Kirstin Dummer of Rady Children's Hospital shares her deep insights into this endlessly fascinating topic. DOI: 10.1007/s00246-022-03037-1The AHA Scientific Statement On KD:DOI: 10.1161/CIR.0000000000000484
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In episode 552, James and Mike go over a couple of new trials. We talk about a blood pressure trial that examined taking the pills in the morning vs the evening and a heart failure trial that looked at getting patients on “high intensity” treatment. Find out the results here. Show notes Cardiovascular outcomes in […]
Join us for this replay from the archives and learn more about exercise for athletes vs the average person... Is strength training enough for longevity and quality of life? That's the question Brian and Dr. James Fisher explore in the final episode of the What About Cardio? series. Learn about the difference between how athletes and the average person train and why achieving high levels of sports performance and everyday fitness are not accomplished the same way. Can strength training and whole food nutrition be enough to transform someone's fitness results? Where does cardio fit into fitness and sports performance? Fitness is about our body's ability to perform a physical task, whether that's moving a weight or speed or flexibility. Cardiovascular fitness is our body's ability to move oxygen around the body efficiently, and one of the major benefits of cardio is an increased rate of recovery from exercise. Intensity is key. If you want to perform at a higher level in a sport, long duration and low intensity will not achieve the results you desire. Even with a long duration, low intensity sport, a greater intensity is required to increase performance. There was a study that was published in the late 90's that showed that the best way to become better at a sport is to practice the sport. A lot of the exercise and training that athletes do to become better at their sport is actually superficial. Specificity of movement is vital. Fisher trains athletes for the positions they are going to play, and the best way to get better at a certain sport is to do exactly that. Resistance training can be a great supplement as a way to prevent injury, but it won't do much to directly improve someone's sport performance. The average person shouldn't be looking to sports training to help prevent the aging process. There are a couple of things to remember: when you are looking at a high level athlete on television, they are genetically gifted. They probably achieved what they have relatively early on in life and with less training than the average person. The second thing to remember is that they are paid to do that and have a short career. The best athletes have a short shelf life. The average career in the NFL is less than 7 years. Are you willing to do all the training and exercise that they put themselves through to perform at that level? Brief, intense strength training can improve cardiovascular fitness. A study by a group of Spanish authors showed a 10% increase in cardiorespiratory fitness over 12 weeks with a program of strength training. If you're already a Tour de France cyclist, adding resistance training isn't going to do much to improve your performance. It all depends on who you are. Resistance training can definitely improve our health, improve our cardiovascular fitness, and improve our longevity and quality of life. Link: exercisecoach.com This podcast and blog are provided to you for entertainment and informational purposes only. By accessing either, you agree that neither constitute medical advice nor should they be substituted for professional medical advice or care. Use of this podcast or blog to treat any medical condition is strictly prohibited. Consult your physician for any medical condition you may be having. In no event will any podcast or blog hosts, guests, or contributors, Exercise Coach USA, LLC, Gymbot LLC, any subsidiaries or affiliates of same, or any of their respective directors, officers, employees, or agents, be responsible for any injury, loss, or damage to you or others due to any podcast or blog content.
Today, I am blessed to have here with me Andy Mant. He is the founder of BON CHARGE, a science-backed light management company. From just a $1,500 investment Andy started BON CHARGE in 2017 and has quickly grown BON CHARGE to an 8-figure business in just 3 years. Join our upcoming 5 day keto virtual event for FREE: https://www.ketokamp.com/keto-challenge Andy was born in Dorset, England and moved to Australia in 2011 to pursue a better life. Andy never fitted into the corporate work environment and felt the typical 9-5 work mentality was stifling his creativity. In early 2017 Andy was told by a leading psychiatrist that he should work for himself as he displayed CEO and leadership characteristics which are rarely seen. This was the inception point for the creation of BON CHARGE! Andy is a proven blueprint of how you can make your millions quickly in your 30s and do so with very little investment and almost zero risk. Andy aims to empower others to reach their potential and get out of the rat race and build a better future for themselves and those around them. In this episode, Andy Mant speaks about how you can improve your overall well-being with his BON CHARGE products. He dives into how light can drastically change your circadian rhythm, which will, in turn, impact how well you are sleeping. Andy explains why you should go outside and get cardiovascular exercise in the morning. Tune in as we chat about how sunglasses and sunscreen could be linked to cancer, why eating before bed will adversely impact your melatonin production, and the fantastic benefits of red light therapy. Get Bon Charge products here: https://www.boncharge.com/?rfsn=6856018.ce96de use the code ketokamp for 20% off your entire order. Join our upcoming 5 day keto virtual event for FREE: https://www.ketokamp.com/keto-challenge / / E P I S O D E S P ON S O R S Biotiquest Sugar Shift product. Regulate glucose, reduce cravings, achieve deeper ketosis, and remove glyphosate. Head to https://bit.ly/47QZdbK , and use the coupon code KAMP10 for 10% off their products. Bioptimizers Magnesium Breakthough. Magnesium Breakthrough contains all 7 forms of magnesium designed to help you fall asleep, stay asleep, and wake up refreshed. Just go to magbreakthrough.com/ketokamp and use this code ketokamp10 to get 10% off your first bottle. Text me the words "Podcast" +1 (786) 364-5002 to be added to my contacts list. [12:05] Improve Your Overall Wellbeing with BON CHARGE Products Check out BON CHARGE: https://www.boncharge.com/?rfsn=6856018.ce96de (use code “ketokamp”) BON CHARGE sets out to intensify the feel-good energy within their customers. With BON CHARGE products, customers can lead a really positive life from a health and longevity standpoint. Overall, BON CHARGE offers science-backed wellness products to optimize your sleep, well-being, and recovery. [15:40] The Effects of Light on Your Circadian Rhythm and Sleep Everyone has a circadian rhythm. Our body's main environmental cue system for entrainment is light. Before modern times, there wouldn't have been any artificial blue light present. The sunrise and sunset would have trained our body clocks. When we are outside during sunset, it is the brain's cue to start reducing cortisol levels and producing something called melatonin, our sleep hormone. Cell phones, TVs, and other lights keep us in perpetual daytime and tell our brains that we don't need to go to sleep. One way to transition your brain to sleep mode is by keeping your room nice and dark. [28:05] Get Some Cardiovascular Exercise After Breakfast To Start Your Day Walk after you have a big breakfast and get some sunlight. People that go out and eat in sunlight in the mornings experience more weight loss than those that eat under blue light. Cardiovascular exercise seems to be more favored in the morning for humans from a circadian rhythm standpoint. Weight lifting is better in the afternoons in terms of our circadian rhythm. [36:10] How Eating Before Bed Will Impact Your Melatonin Production When you eat before bed, you're going to reduce the amount of melatonin production in your body. Melatonin is the most potent antioxidant in the world. The less melatonin you have, the less sleep hormone you'll have, the less REM sleep you'll get, and the less deep sleep you'll get. Without enough melatonin, you will not let your body recover properly while sleeping. Melatonin: Miracle Molecule: https://www.amazon.com/Melatonin-Transform-Melatonin-resilience-longevity/dp/B09VDRSJBV/benazadi-20 [43:10] Can Sunglasses and Sunscreen Lead To Skin Cancer? If you're wearing sunscreen or if you're wearing sunglasses, there is a potential cause for concern because you're no longer sending messages from the raw sunlight to your body. The type of light that comes through the sunglasses is being filtered instead of natural sunlight. Many people believe that sunglasses and sunscreen are causing cancer because we are creating junk light. Also, if you are getting sunlight through glass, it's not the same as getting sunlight outside. [51:15] Red Light Therapy: Does It Really Work? Red light is the most studied type of light. Red light therapy has been shown to accelerate fat loss, boost collagen, reduce aging, improve muscle recovery, and improve arthritis. Plus, red light helps with sleep, psoriasis, and eczema. One study showed a 10% increase in weight loss for people who had red light therapy and were doing the same cardiovascular exercise on the treadmill as those who did not get red light therapy. AND MUCH MORE! Resources from this episode: Check out BON CHARGE: https://www.boncharge.com/?rfsn=6856018.ce96de (use code “ketokamp” for 20% off your entire order) Andy's Website: https://www.andymant.com/ Follow BON CHARGE Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/boncharge_/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BONCHARGE/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqxnATeLxTdVeGMd5F593PQ/videos Follow Andy Mant Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamandymant/https://www.facebook.com/groups/135133877132861/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/andy.mant BON CHARGE (Formerly BLUblox) Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/135133877132861/ Melatonin: Miracle Molecule: https://www.amazon.com/Melatonin-Transform-Melatonin-resilience-longevity/dp/B09VDRSJBV/benazadi-20 Join the Keto Kamp Academy: https://ketokampacademy.com/7-day-trial-a Watch Keto Kamp on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUh_MOM621MvpW_HLtfkLyQ Studies below: Obesity, insulin resistance and impaired glucose metabolism- all listed in this overview with study links included https://circadianlight.com/images/pdfs/White%20Paper/CL_BlueRich_ObesityBrochure.pdf Skin reacts to blue light https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-017-16689-4 Red light therapy for fat loss https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3769994/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/21740089/ Red light therapy creates metabolic flexibility and increases insulin sensitivity https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/26220050/ Red light therapy increases muscle mass and also speeds up muscle repair https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5167494/ Blue light and green lost suppresses melatonin https://www.jneurosci.org/content/21/16/6405 Blue light glasses boost melatonin production - amber lenses and improve sleep https://www.jahonline.org/article/S1054-139X(14)00324-3/fulltext https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.3109/07420528.2015.1119158?journalCode=icbi20 https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1600-079X.2006.00332.x https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/20030543/ Theory - sunglasses cause sunburn https://returntonow.net/2019/07/22/sunglasses-increase-risk-of-sunburn-and-skin-cancer/ Theory - (supported by study) - skin cells repair UV damage at night and cannot do so blue light present as it has its own circadian rhythm https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6777699/ Join our upcoming 5 day keto virtual event for FREE: https://www.ketokamp.com/keto-challenge / / E P I S O D E S P ON S O R S Biotiquest Sugar Shift product. Regulate glucose, reduce cravings, achieve deeper ketosis, and remove glyphosate. Head to https://bit.ly/47QZdbK , and use the coupon code KAMP10 for 10% off their products. Bioptimizers Magnesium Breakthough. Magnesium Breakthrough contains all 7 forms of magnesium designed to help you fall asleep, stay asleep, and wake up refreshed. Just go to magbreakthrough.com/ketokamp and use this code ketokamp10 to get 10% off your first bottle. Text me the words "Podcast" +1 (786) 364-5002 to be added to my contacts list. *Some Links Are Affiliates* // F O L L O W ▸ instagram | @thebenazadi | http://bit.ly/2B1NXKW ▸ facebook | /thebenazadi | http://bit.ly/2BVvvW6 ▸ twitter | @thebenazadi http://bit.ly/2USE0so ▸ tiktok | @thebenazadi https://www.tiktok.com/@thebenazadi Disclaimer: This podcast is for information purposes only. Statements and views expressed on this podcast are not medical advice. 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Podcast: LAS NOTICIAS CON CALLE DE 26 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2023 - Se duplican las ventas de armas en PR desde nueva ley - Cuarto Poder - LUMA y Genera cogen de tontejo al negocia de energía y hay guerra interna allí - El Vocero - JGo abre comité de campaña ante contralor electoral de PR sin decir para dónde corre - El Nuevo Día - Ventas de armas online aumentan en PR tmb - El Nuevo Día - HIMA podría terminar cerrando por completo - El Vocero - Piden salida de Ilka, pero ella se queda y a la mala - Noti UNO - Bob Menéndez se queda tmb - NYT - Hasta el 2024 arreglar la PR 52 en Cayey - Primera Hora - Proyecto Dignidad se fortalece con Javier Jiménez, pero silencio de Ada Norah Henriquez deja abierta primaria - El Nuevo Día - Resicampus en la UPR en reconstrucción finalmente - El Nuevo Día - Reconstrucción del Cardiovascular tardará hasta 2026 - El Vocero - Megageneradores de los federales al fin arrancan - El Vocero - Recomiendan meses de cárcel por disparar a Alexa con balas de gotcha - El Vocero - Federales defienden solicitud de PINA - El Vocero - Sigue vivo consulta de status local - El Nuevo Día - Cruzan la frontera con México para hacerse abortos - NYT - Crean plan para que Biden no se caiga - Axios - Mujeres gastan mucho más que varones en gastos médicos - Axios - Planes médicos subirán de precio todavía más - INforme federal Con la llegada de CESCO Digital, ASC nos recuerda que podemos renovar el marbete a través de esta aplicación o también de forma presencial en cualquier entidad autorizada a vender marbetes. Ahora que tenemos estas dos alternativas para renovar el marbete, ¿sabes cómo escoger ASC? Es bien fácil. Puedes hacerlo llenando el formulario de selección impreso y marcando el logo de ASC de forma presencial en cualquier entidad autorizada a vender marbetes. También puedes hacerlo de forma rápida, segura y sin filas a través de la aplicación de CESCO Digital, presionando el logo de ASC en el formulario electrónico. ¿Sabes por qué debes escoger ASC? Son los únicos con los que puedes hacer todo a distancia y 24/7 por WhatsApp, te ofrecen servicio los 7 días por teléfono y atención personalizada en todos sus centros de servicio. ¡PENDIENTE! Próximamente en ASC nos traerán algo nuevo y te será bien conveniente estar asegurado con los expertos. Por esto y mucho más, al renovar el marbete, escoge ASC. Incluye auspicio
Episode #277. Curious about the buzz around Zone 2 training? Dr Inigo San Millan, an expert in metabolic health and sports performance, joins me to decode the science behind Zone 2. Learn how to fine-tune your exercise intensity for metabolic flexibility, longevity, and peak performance. We discuss: Introduction (00:00) Understanding Metabolic Health (2:21) Metabolic Health Among Elite Athletes: Exploring the Perfection of Studying (6:40) Metabolic Health, Mitochondria, and Nutrition (8:00) Defining 'Metabolise' (14:41) Exploring Metabolic Flexibility (18:33) Determining the Causes of Mitochondrial Dysfunction (21:01) The Role of Oxygen in Energy Production Mechanisms (24:44) Comprehending Energy Zones (28:07) Energy Metabolism Mechanisms: Glucose vs. Fat (40:27) Zone 2's Optimal Stimulation of Mitochondria (45:29) Lactate's Impact on Mitochondria: Unraveling the Effects (50:46) Managing Lactate Levels: Strategies Employed by Athletes (59:37) Establishing an Aerobic Base (1:15:13) Inducing Mitochondrial Stimulation Through Zone 2 Training (1:17:31) Strategies for Enhancing Mitochondrial Count (1:19:27) Carbohydrates' Influence on Metabolic Health (1:29:26) Metabolic Health in Sedentary Lifestyles: Understanding the Impact (1:31:04) Zone 2 Demystified: Unveiling Its Significance (1:37:59) Recognizing Zone 2: How to Identify Your State (1:39:57) Monitoring ATP Production Fuel via Specialized Devices (1:49:12) Zone 2's Role in Fat Loss: Separating Fact from Fiction (1:53:49) Optimizing Zone 2 Intensity for Maximum Results (1:59:59) Weekly Zone 2 Prescription for Robust Mitochondrial Health (2:07:24) Effective Modalities for Zone 2 Training: Making Informed Choices (2:11:50) Resistance Training's Integration within Zone 2 Regimen (2:18:11) The Optimal Timing for Zone 2 Training: Navigating the Day (2:20:29) Supplements and Their Relevance to Zone 2 (2:26:17) Summarizing the Essence of Zone 2 (2:35:06) Amplifying Training Benefits: Embracing Zones 3 and 4 (2:38:17) Outro (2:40:04) Connect with Dr Inigo San Millan on Instagram and Twitter/X. If you'd like to listen to the episode with Dr Herman Pontzer that we mentioned in this conversation, you can do so here. Optimise your health with InsideTracker's biomarker analysis. Get exclusive access to InsideTracker's new ApoB test, and a 20% discount at insidetracker.com/simon. For more insights and supporting studies, visit The Proof website for the full show notes. Enjoy, friends. Simon Want to support the show? The best way to support the show is to use the products and services offered by our sponsors. To check them out, and enjoy great savings, visit theproof.com/friends. You can also show your support by leaving a review on the Apple Podcast app and/or sharing your favourite episodes with your friends and family. Simon Hill, MSc, BSc (Hons) Creator of theproof.com and host of The Proof with Simon Hill Author of The Proof is in the Plants Watch the episodes on YouTube or listen on Apple/Spotify Connect with me on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook Nourish your gut with my Plant-Based Ferments Guide Download my complimentary Two-Week Meal Plan and high protein Plant Performance recipe book