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Sweeten your day with a review of the updated 2021 USPSTF Prediabetes and Type 2 Diabetes screening guidelines with expert guest Dr. Chien-Wen Tseng! We review the new screening recommendations, assess different testing modalities, talk through screening intervals, and emphasize other risk factors that impact screening! Episodes | Subscribe | Spotify | Swag! | Top Picks | Mailing List | firstname.lastname@example.org | Free CME! Credits Written and Produced by: Paul Williams MD & Elena Gibson MD Cover Art: Beth Garbitelli Hosts: Paul Williams MD, FACP; Elena Gibson MD Reviewer: USPSTF Team Executive Producer: Beth Garbitelli Showrunner: Matthew Watto MD, FACP Editor: Clair Morgan of nodderly.com Guest: Chien-Wen Tseng MD Sponsor: BetterHelp Join the over 2,000,000 people who have taken charge of their mental health with the help of an experienced professional. Special offer for The Curbsiders listeners: get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/Curb Sponsor: GreenChef The #1 Meal Kit for Eating Well! Go to GreenChef.com/curb10 and use the code curb10 to get 10 Free Meals including free shipping! CME Partner: VCU Health CE The Curbsiders are partnering with VCU Health Continuing Education to offer FREE continuing education credits for physicians and other healthcare professionals. Visit curbsiders.vcuhealth.org and search for this episode to claim credit. See info sheet for further directions. Note: A free VCU Health CloudCME account is required in order to seek credit. Time Stamps* *Note: Time Stamps refer to ad free version. Intro, disclaimer, guest bio: 0:33 Guest one-liner: 3:30 Picks of the Week: Sneaky pick at 3:00! Guest pick: 4:45 Case from Kashlak of Mr. Sugar: 5:30 Screening recommendations: 6:00 Testing modalities: 10:00 Possible harms of screening: 15:50 Screening intervals: 18:00 Prediabetes screening: 20:45 Other risk factors that impact screening: 26:30 Recap: 34:15 Outro: 36:25
Everyone believes their diabetes is caused by their blood sugars. It's not. Not knowing this makes it REALLY hard to fix your diabetes. Your diabetes is caused by insulin resistance, NOT high blood sugars. Learning what insulin resistance is, what causes it, and how to change it allows you to fix your diabetes. All of that, in one little episode! Enjoy!
En este último episodio de la serie sobre la diabetes hablamos sobre las complicaciones de la diabetes y el tratamiento de ambos tipos de diabetes. ¿Sabías que la DM tipo 2 se puede llegar a revertir? Las notas, como siempre, en https://slowmedicinerevolution.com/podcast/ Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals
On This Episode:DON'T RENDER TO GOVERNMENT WHAT BELONGS TO GOD (0-17ish)Many of us, including me, have the propensity to render under Ceasar that which is God's. I'll itemize a few things that we are tempted to give to governments that ultimately God's. Also on this, we'll discuss how there is no separate concept of "spiritual life." All of life is spiritual. Our faith goes everywhere we go -- to work, to our social media feed, in our community, into the voting booth, and absolutely everywhere.HOW TO BE RADICALLY DIFFERENT IN THIS AGE (17sh-33ish)Being kind with our words, generous with our time, and oriented toward our families would make us some of the weirdest people in the country -- in a good way. Let's talk through all of those. SEVERAL STORIES TO FINISH UP (33ish-end of show)1. The corporate media has dropped a dramatic story about mass murder in Waukesha, WI. Why?2. We might be close to finding a cure for Type 1 Diabetes. That's worthy of celebrating. It's also a story that's instructive on one of the GOOD reasons are health care system is so stupidly expensive.3. There's a new Covid variant. I'll talk about the reaction than the variant itself.4. Delaying the implementation of various v-word mandates demonstrates that the supporters and imposers of those mandates don't actually believe there's a Covid emergency.
It's less about gyms, water bottles, leggings and weights, and more about living a lifestyle that promotes health in your body while you live your regular life. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/2evOxpu Subscribe on iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-your-health-at-the-29758459/ Subscribe on Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/your-health-at-the-crossroads ------------ Resources Subscribe for our free newsletter: https://YourHealthAtTheCrossroads.com/subscribe Let us design your customized body weight and wellness program: https://yourhealthatthecrossroads.com/fitness What YOU Can Do About High Blood Pressure: https://amzn.to/35JfxLm What YOU Can Do About Type 2 Diabetes: https://amzn.to/2PKmXbM 13 Things to Stop Believing to Become Healthy and Lose Weight: https://amzn.to/2sKfEYy 8 Weeks Fat Loss Workbook: https://tinyurl.com/ruu5z2fu ------------ Social Media Facebook: facebook.com/shawnb2b Instagram: instagram.com/shawnb2bfitness ------------ Website https://YourHealthAtTheCrossroads.com/blog
To go with the flow in our society while failing to educate yourself about healthy living means to all but guarantee that you will experience poor health! Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/2evOxpu Subscribe on iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-your-health-at-the-29758459/ Subscribe on Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/your-health-at-the-crossroads ------------ Resources Subscribe for our free newsletter: https://YourHealthAtTheCrossroads.com/subscribe Let us design your customized body weight and wellness program: https://yourhealthatthecrossroads.com/fitness What YOU Can Do About High Blood Pressure: https://amzn.to/35JfxLm What YOU Can Do About Type 2 Diabetes: https://amzn.to/2PKmXbM 13 Things to Stop Believing to Become Healthy and Lose Weight: https://amzn.to/2sKfEYy 8 Weeks Fat Loss Workbook: https://tinyurl.com/ruu5z2fu ------------ Social Media Facebook: facebook.com/shawnb2b Instagram: instagram.com/shawnb2bfitness ------------ Website https://YourHealthAtTheCrossroads.com/blog
La Corte en EE. UU. podría restringir el derecho al aborto consagrado en el fallo Roe vs. Wade. Les contamos por qué. De Argentina, hablamos con la periodista Liliana Franco de "Ámbito". Y sobre la diabetes, con el endocrinólogo español Cristóbal Morales
Nick Jikomes talks to Dr. Nathan Price, who has a PhD is in bioengineering and has been faculty at the University of Washington and the Institute of Systems Biology. He was also CEO of a health intelligence startup called Onegevity, which recently merged with Thorne HealthTech, which he is Chief Science Officer of. Nathan and Nick discussed various topics in the realm of personalized medicine, digital phenotyping and systems biology, including things like metabolism & blood sugar monitoring, the microbiome & diet, aging & longevity, and more. They talked about the basic biology of these things, as well as different emerging technologies related to health monitoring.USEFUL LINKSSign up for the weekly Mind & Matter newsletter[https://mindandmatter.substack.com/]Download the podcast & follow Nick at his website[https://www.nickjikomes.com]Buy books by M&M guests[https://linktr.ee/mindandmatter_books]Athletic Greens, comprehensive daily nutrition (Free 1-year supply Vitamin D w/ purchase)[https://athleticgreens.com/partner/d3...]Organize your digital highlights & notes w/ Readwise (2 months free w/ sub)[https://readwise.io/nickjikomes/]Follow & Support Nick's work[https://linktr.ee/trikomes]Learn more about our podcast sponsor, Dosist[https://dosist.com/]Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/nickjikomes)
When Dr. Isabel Hunsinger was five, her mother gave her the game, Operation. We talked about the buzzer sound that occurred if the game's tweezers touched the sides of the openings in the “patient”. And the nose would light up in red too. It was either a game you loved or found unnerving. Isabel loved it. Isabel had an uncle from Cuba who was an anesthesiologist and she absolutely adored him. She said he would walk into the room and light it up. Isabel's love for her uncle sparked her interest in medicine from a very young age. Or was it the Operation game? When her parents divorced, Isabel went to live with her father in Buenos Aires, Argentina until she graduated from high school. Then, she returned to the U.S. and got a job on an organic farm in Pennsylvania. She was still thinking about medicine but also had a keen interest in agriculture, and began college intending to major in it. After one year, she realized it was not for her. Isabel left school, and moved to Boulder, Colorado where she got a job waiting tables. There, she had a defining moment, as she refers to it, “I was serving a cocktail and some guy pinched my bottom. And I said, I will never put up with this again. I'm going to become a doctor.“ Isabel has been a medical doctor since 1991 and over time, she grew unhappy with the U.S. healthcare system. She wants to get to the root of diseases, not just throw a Band-Aid on them. Her goal is to see people healed. In 2000, Isabel, her husband, and their two young daughters moved to New Zealand to experience a different culture. She hoped to find a better system of care there but that was not the case. With her husband, Culinary Nutrition Expert, Chef Michael, Isabel has created the brand Doctoronamission, where they prevent and reverse disease, and give hope. In this week's Work From The Inside Out podcast, learn more about Isabel's journey: Isabel has been offering tele-medicine for the past seven years including online courses and 1-to-1 coaching. She focuses on Alzheimer's, Dementia, Cognitive Decline, Anxiety, Depression, Diabetes. Learn more and connect with Isabel here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/doctoronamission/ https://www.facebook.com/doctoronamission https://www.instagram.com/doctoronamission/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/bossybrainsolution www.doctoronamission.com
Trainiere dein Hörverstehen mit den Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Mittwoch – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-Datei.Scholz ist für allgemeine Corona-Impfpflicht in Deutschland Angesichts der vierten Corona-Welle in Deutschland setzt sich der designierte Kanzler Olaf Scholz für eine allgemeine Impfpflicht gegen das Virus ein. Diese könnte im Februar oder Anfang März nächsten Jahres in Kraft treten, sagte Scholz im Fernsehen. Für die Abstimmung im Bundestag hierüber solle der Fraktionszwang aufgehoben werden. Dass Deutschland in solch einer Lage sei, liege daran, dass sich nicht ausreichend viele Menschen hätten impfen lassen, erklärte der SPD-Minister. Laut Robert Koch-Institut sind 68,5 Prozent der Bevölkerung vollständig gegen das Coronavirus geimpft. Bundesweite Sieben-Tage-Inzidenz sinkt erneut leicht Nach einem wochenlangen Anstieg ist die bundesweite Sieben-Tage-Inzidenz bei den Corona-Neuinfektionen den zweiten Tag in Folge zurückgegangen. Nach Angaben des Robert Koch-Instituts (RKI) vom Mittwoch sank der Wert auf 442,9. Wie das RKI unter Berufung auf Daten der Gesundheitsämter weiter mitteilte, wurden binnen 24 Stunden 67.186 Neuinfektionen verzeichnet. Die Gesamtzahl der Corona-Todesfälle in Deutschland stieg um 446 auf 101.790. Minister Müller dringt auf schnelles Impfen in Afrika Mit Blick auf die Coronavirus-Variante Omikron fordert der scheidende Bundesentwicklungsminister Gerd Müller (CSU) ein schnelleres Impftempo in Afrika, um die Ausbreitung solcher Mutationen einzudämmen. Erst sieben Prozent aller Afrikaner seien vollständig geimpft. Das sei viel zu wenig. Die Weltgemeinschaft müsse alles daransetzen, bis Ende dieses Jahres 40 Prozent der Menschen weltweit zu impfen, sagte Müller den Zeitungen der Funke Mediengruppe. WHO warnt ältere Menschen ohne Corona-Impfschutz vor Reisen Vor dem Hintergrund der aktuellen Corona-Lage hat die Weltgesundheitsorganisation (WHO) alle Risikopatienten und älteren Menschen ohne Impfschutz aufgerufen, auf das Reisen derzeit besser zu verzichten. Menschen ab 60 Jahren und Menschen mit Vorerkrankungen wie Diabetes oder Krebs, die weder vollständig geimpft noch genesen seien, sollten von Reisen im Moment absehen, erklärte die WHO. Teenager erschießt im US-Bundesstaat Michigan drei Mitschüler An einer Schule im US-Bundesstaat Michigan hat ein 15-Jähriger mit einer halbautomatischen Waffe um sich geschossen. Drei Mitschüler sind tot und acht weitere Menschen verletzt. Der Tatverdächtige ließ sich nach den Schüssen widerstandslos festnehmen. An Schulen in den USA kommt es immer wieder zu Angriffen mit Schusswaffen. Diese sind in den Vereinigten Staaten verhältnismäßig leicht zu bekommen. Brasiliens Staatschef Bolsonaro tritt wieder einer Partei bei Brasiliens zuletzt parteiloser rechter Staatschef Jair Bolsonaro hat sich vor den Präsidentschaftswahlen im kommenden Jahr wieder einer Partei angeschlossen. Bolsonaro trat der Mitte-Rechts-Gruppierung Partido Liberal bei. Es ist bereits die neunte Parteimitgliedschaft in Bolsonaros politischer Karriere seit 1988. Ein Kandidat für das Präsidentenamt darf im größten Land Lateinamerikas nicht ohne Partei sein. Bolsonaro war 2018 als Mitglied des rechtsgerichteten Partido Social Liberal gewählt geworden. Die Gründung einer eigenen Partei nach seinem Austritt 2019 kam nicht zustande. Polen schränkt Bewegungsfreiheit an Grenze zu Belarus ein Das polnische Parlament hat einem Gesetz zugestimmt, das eine zeitweise Einschränkung der Bewegungs- und Pressefreiheit an der EU-Außengrenze zu Belarus möglich macht. Hintergrund ist die Krise um Tausende Migranten an Polens Grenze zu der ehemaligen Sowjetrepublik. Eine Mehrheit der Abgeordneten stimmte in Warschau für die Änderungen der nationalkonservativen Regierungspartei PiS.
If knowing about "superfoods" helps you to diversity your diet, great. However, know that your overall diet habits are what is most important. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/2evOxpu Subscribe on iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-your-health-at-the-29758459/ Subscribe on Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/your-health-at-the-crossroads ------------ Resources Subscribe for our free newsletter: https://YourHealthAtTheCrossroads.com/subscribe Let us design your customized body weight and wellness program: https://yourhealthatthecrossroads.com/fitness What YOU Can Do About High Blood Pressure: https://amzn.to/35JfxLm What YOU Can Do About Type 2 Diabetes: https://amzn.to/2PKmXbM 13 Things to Stop Believing to Become Healthy and Lose Weight: https://amzn.to/2sKfEYy 8 Weeks Fat Loss Workbook: https://tinyurl.com/ruu5z2fu ------------ Social Media Facebook: facebook.com/shawnb2b Instagram: instagram.com/shawnb2bfitness ------------ Website https://YourHealthAtTheCrossroads.com/blog
On This Episode: DON'T RENDER TO GOVERNMENT WHAT BELONGS TO GOD (0-17ish) Many of us, including me, have the propensity to render under Ceasar that which is God's. I'll itemize a few things that we are tempted to give to governments that ultimately God's. Also on this, we'll discuss how there is no separate concept of "spiritual life." All of life is spiritual. Our faith goes everywhere we go -- to work, to our social media feed, in our community, into the voting booth, and absolutely everywhere. HOW TO BE RADICALLY DIFFERENT IN THIS AGE (17sh-33ish) Being kind with our words, generous with our time, and oriented toward our families would make us some of the weirdest people in the country -- in a good way. Let's talk through all of those. SEVERAL STORIES TO FINISH UP (33ish-end of show) 1. The corporate media has dropped a dramatic story about mass murder in Waukesha, WI. Why? 2. We might be close to finding a cure for Type 1 Diabetes. That's worthy of celebrating. It's also a story that's instructive on one of the GOOD reasons are health care system is so stupidly expensive. 3. There's a new Covid variant. I'll talk about the reaction than the variant itself. 4. Delaying the implementation of various v-word mandates demonstrates that the supporters and imposers of those mandates don't actually believe there's a Covid emergency. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/corytruax/support
so gibt es nicht nur neue Einsichten zur Pathophysiologie, auch die Zahl der Therapiemöglichkeiten hat sich deutlich vergrößert. In dieser Folge haben wir daher Prof. Andreas Birkenfeld zu Gast, dem Ärztlichen Direktor der Klinik für Diabetologie, Endokrinologie und Nephrologie am Universitätsklinikum Tübingen und Leiter des Instituts für Diabetesforschung und Metabolische Erkrankungen (IDM) des Helmholtz Zentrum München am DZD-Standort Tübingen. Im ersten Teil unterhalten wir uns über die Grundlagen und Diagnostik von Diabetes mellitus und stellen ein überarbeitetes Konzept vor.
Melissa talks with Desiree Gaffley about reversing type 2 diabetes and becoming a health coach. Desiree is a Certified Health and Mindset Coach. She helps busy professional women reverse Type 2 Diabetes without extreme dieting in 90 days or less! It is her passion to help revolutionize the way women eat so that they in turn may help their families. Together they will make the world strive for a better lifestyle! She helps busy women regain their vitality to energetically take part in their work, social and family environments so that they may be their best, happy accomplished self NOW! Connect with Desiree: https://ezenergywellness.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/desiree-gaffley-82972717/ https://www.instagram.com/ez.energy.wellness/ https://www.facebook.com/DesireeGaffley https://www.facebook.com/groups/ezenergyaccelerator --- I'm here for you… Connect with Me! IG - https://www.instagram.com/got2luv_mel FB - https://bit.ly/3lMEhLb Join the Solo Women Entrepreneurs FB group to connect with more like-minded entrepreneurs https://www.ingenioushustlers.com --- Be unapologetic and transform yourself into the person you choose to be, so you can LIVE! #reversingtype2diabetes #healthcoach #talktues #solopreneur #healthiswealth #growbusiness #solopreneurtips
Is the news about diabetes better than many of us believe? A deeper look into some important studies with two leaders in the diabetes community. Join the Diabetes Connections Facebook Group! Dr. Bill Polonsky of the Behavioral Diabetes Institute and Dr. Steve Edelman, founder of TCOYD and an endocrinologist who lives with type 1, join Stacey to talk about how to go through the evidence that's sort of hiding in plain sight.. to live well with diabetes. Sign up for our newsletter here Tell me something good: a young woman's letter to a major clothing company sparks a change – it's all about the pockets. Thanks to Athleta for a new product! This podcast is not intended as medical advice. If you have those kinds of questions, please contact your health care provider. More about the DCCT Trial More about the EDIC Trial ----- 00:00 Show open: what's on this week? 1:15 Stacey welcome: 250 shows! Check out our search page and browse by subject or keyword 5:00 Interview with Drs. Polonsky & Edelman 48:30 TMSG: new sweatshirt from Athleta inspired by a teen with type 1 52:00 You can still pre-order Stacey's book. Available everywhere in just a few weeks! ----- Use this link to get one free download and one free month of Audible, available to Diabetes Connections listeners! ----- Get the App and listen to Diabetes Connections wherever you go! Click here for iPhone Click here for Android
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We're trapped in a web of narratives. Right now, the United States is crippled by an obesity epidemic that's getting bigger, made worse by the endless wave of related "facts" coming at us from every screen. If there is a pill for every ill, why are we so sick? Shawn Stevenson has been on a 20-year mission to learn and research where we went wrong and how we can get out of this mess. Forget about "burning fat" and instead learn the facts that will free us from this prison of chronic illness. Shawn's exit strategy is to share information from an objective place, without an agenda, and truly respect the human body as a complex lab. Your value is not based on a number. Fat is not your enemy, it's more of an overprotective parent. Let's step back, look within, and see what we find. We also talk about: The current state of health A nuanced approach to obesity and weight loss Fat: what it is and why we need it Gut health and immunity The biology of fear How do we move forward? Sponsors: Get discount codes sent directly to your phone. Simply text brand name or keyword to 380-600-3030 NutriBullet | Use code “ALMOST30NATION” for 20% off at https://www.nutribullet.com/ (nutribullet.com) Beekeeper's Naturals | Go to https://beekeepersnaturals.com/pages/shopthehive (beekeepersnaturals.com/almost30 )or use code ALMOST30 for 25% off your first order. BetterHelp | Visit http://betterhelp.com/almost30 (betterhelp.com/almost30) for 10% off your first month. As a BetterHelp affiliate, we may receive compensation from BetterHelp if you purchase products or services through the links provided. This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp. House of Wise | Use code “ALMOST30” for $20 off your order at https://houseofwise.co/ (houseofwise.co) EM Cosmetics | Go to emcosmetics.com/almost30 for 15% off your first purchase. Resources: https://themodelhealthshow.com/podcasts/ (The Model Health Show Podcast ) Read: https://eatsmarterbook.com/ (Eat Smarter: The Ultimate Guide to Upgrading Your Mind And Body ) Website: https://themodelhealthshow.com/ (themodelhealthshow.com) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shawnmodel/?hl=en (@shawnmodel) Obesity Rate: https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/obesity-and-overweight (https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/obesity-and-overweight) Twin Studies: https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/nejm199005243222102 (https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/nejm199005243222102) Epicaloric control: https://themodelhealthshow.com/7-factors-control-calories/ (https://themodelhealthshow.com/7-factors-control-calories/) The Microbiome Solution: https://themodelhealthshow.com/the-microbiome-solution/ (https://themodelhealthshow.com/the-microbiome-solution/) Covid + Obesity: https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/70/wr/mm7010e4.htm (https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/70/wr/mm7010e4.htm) What is stress and fear doing to our immune systems?: https://themodelhealthshow.com/dr-bruce-lipton/ (https://themodelhealthshow.com/dr-bruce-lipton/) Statin link to increased risk of Diabetes: https://www.uspharmacist.com/article/statins-heighten-type-2-diabetes-risk-30-in-susceptible-patients (https://www.uspharmacist.com/article/statins-heighten-type-2-diabetes-risk-30-in-susceptible-patients) Ohio State University study on Blood Sugar and Compassion: https://news.osu.edu/lashing-out-at-your-spouse-check-your-blood-sugar/ (https://news.osu.edu/lashing-out-at-your-spouse-check-your-blood-sugar/) Inmate study on link between nutrition and aggression: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7551402/ (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7551402/) Join our community: http://almost30.com/membership (almost30.com/membership) https://www.facebook.com/Almost30podcast/groups (facebook.com/Almost30podcast/groups) Podcast disclaimer can be found by visiting: https://almost30.com/disclaimer (almost30.com/disclaimer). Find more to love at...
In other words, Alzheimer's Disease is not some random disease. Lifestyle habits contribute to it. Do you understand the power of knowing this? Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/2evOxpu Subscribe on iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-your-health-at-the-29758459/ Subscribe on Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/your-health-at-the-crossroads ------------ Resources Subscribe for our free newsletter: https://YourHealthAtTheCrossroads.com/subscribe Let us design your customized body weight and wellness program: https://yourhealthatthecrossroads.com/fitness What YOU Can Do About High Blood Pressure: https://amzn.to/35JfxLm What YOU Can Do About Type 2 Diabetes: https://amzn.to/2PKmXbM 13 Things to Stop Believing to Become Healthy and Lose Weight: https://amzn.to/2sKfEYy 8 Weeks Fat Loss Workbook: https://tinyurl.com/ruu5z2fu ------------ Social Media Facebook: facebook.com/shawnb2b Instagram: instagram.com/shawnb2bfitness ------------ Website https://YourHealthAtTheCrossroads.com/blog
AMA CXO Todd Unger talks with Ricardo Correa, MD, program director of the Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism Fellowship and the director for diversity of graduate medical education at the University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix, about the importance of research in medicine and how students and residents can get involved through the AMA Research Challenge.
When you have a national lead on diabetes who really seems to listen to patients and delivers on some big ideas, you get our attention. Dr. Partha Kar is the diabetes co-lead of NHS England. We talk about access, getting more out of your doctor's visits and what he sees in the future of diabetes tech. Dr. Kar's announcement (after our interview was taped) that CGM or Flash Glucose Monitoring will be available to all people in England with type 1 diabetes This podcast is not intended as medical advice. If you have those kinds of questions, please contact your health care provider. Check out Stacey's book: The World's Worst Diabetes Mom! Join the Diabetes Connections Facebook Group! Sign up for our newsletter here ----- Use this link to get one free download and one free month of Audible, available to Diabetes Connections listeners! ----- Get the App and listen to Diabetes Connections wherever you go! Click here for iPhone Click here for Android Episode Transcription Below: Stacey Simms 0:00 Diabetes Connections is brought to you by. Dario Health – Manage your blood glucose levels. Increase your possibilities. By Gvoke HypoPen, the first pre-mixed autoinjector for very low blood sugar. And By Dexcom. Take control of your diabetes and live life to the fullest with Dexcom This is Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms. This week when you're a national leader on diabetes, and you really seem to listen to patients and you deliver on some big ideas, you get our attention. Dr. Partha Kar says it shouldn't be that unusual. Partha Kar 0:39 And I also feel that clinicians sometimes believe that people living with type 1 diabetes won't be able to handle the truth, so to speak, oh, you can't tell them when you can. They're all adults are surrounded by adults, and they deal with tough calls in their lives all the time. You know, Stacey Simms 0:57 Dr. Kar is the diabetes co-lead of NHS England. Yes, this is a US centric show. But I've followed him on social media for a long time. And I've loved what he has to say. We'll talk about access, getting more out of your doctor's visits, and what he sees in the future of diabetes tech. This podcast is not intended as medical advice. If you have those kinds of questions, please contact your health care provider. Welcome to another week of the show, I am your host, Stacey Sims, and we aim to educate and inspire about diabetes with a focus on people who use insulin. If you're part of our mostly American audience, I hope you had a really good Thanksgiving, I hope the travel was safe. If you had to go anywhere, I hope the food was great. And I hope the family was okay to really hope you had a great holiday. If you're part of our international audience, which is still pretty big, I would expect it to be bigger this week, just because of who we're talking to. And that is Dr. Partha Kar, national specialty advisor for diabetes with NHS England. And this is one of those times where I just was interested to see what somebody had to say, as I mentioned in that the opening teaser, I followed him online for quite a while. And I thought you might be interested as well. And boy, when I put it in the Facebook group, you all were thrilled. So I hope you enjoy the interview. He didn't have a ton of time to talk to me. But that is to be expected. But I'm really happy with the questions I was able to ask. And you know, just the fact that he was able to share some information with us, even though his his health system is is markedly different than ours here in the States. Before we jump in, I do want to take a moment this is a little self promoting. But gosh, guys, I got such exciting news recently. And that is that I won this huge book price. Yes, I know the book came out a while ago, but I won best new non fiction in the American Book fest. This was of course for the world's worst diabetes mom real life stories of raising a child with type 1 diabetes. And it kind of took me didn't kind of it really took me by surprise. I had entered it earlier this year, I had forgotten about it. When we got the email, my publisher kind of emailed me quickly and said, you know, being a finalist is really nice. And then she said no, no, wait a minute, you. That was kind of my reaction to it was laughing. But I won. So I know you're asking, Okay, the world's worst diabetes mom came out in 2019. How did we win an award in 2021. The book fest the American Book, festival boards are kind of rolling. So you're eligible for almost three years. So this year's books were from certain dates in 2120 20 in 2019. This was our first time entering the book, and it was actually our last chance to enter. So boy, I'm so excited. I'm really proud of the book. And I have some news coming in December. I have some more book news that was already planned before this award. But thank you for letting me indulgent, do a little patting myself on the back. It was not easy to write and get it out and do everything we needed to do for it. And boy, you all have been so supportive, considering I haven't been able to do any kind of book tour at all right? I mean, it came out at the end of 2019. I think I went to two or three places. And that was it. And just like everybody else in 2020. It hasn't been the same since I'm hardly alone in that. So more book news coming up, and Dr. Partha Kar in just a moment I should probably tell you just a little bit more about him if you're not familiar. He has been a consultant in Diabetes and Endocrinology on the national level there in the UK since 2008, clinical director of diabetes from 2009 to 2015. And here's the full title national specialty advisor diabetes with NHS England. And there are so many things that he's been involved with, most recently, very prominently getting the FreeStyle Libre being available across the country over there and I will talk about that specifically. Being very involved in language matters. Getting CGM available to all t one D pregnant patients. And he hinted this week that a big announcement was coming. So I will link that up in the show notes so you can find out we talked The week before Thanksgiving here in the States, so timing wise full bit tricky, but he was announcing something big and I will include that to the best of my ability. Okay, Diabetes Connections is brought to you by Gvoke Hypopen. Almost everyone who takes insulin has experienced a low blood sugar – and that can be scary. A very low blood sugar is really scary. And that's where Gvoke HypoPen comes in. Gvoke is the first autoinjector to treat very low blood sugar. Gvoke HypoPen is premixed and ready to go, with no visible needle. That means it's easy to use. How easy is it? You pull off the red cap and push the yellow end onto bare skin – and hold it for 5 seconds. That's it. Find out more – go to diabetes dash connections dot com and click on the Gvoke logo. Gvoke shouldn't be used in patients with pheochromocytoma or insulinoma – visit gvoke glucagon dot com slash risk. Partha Kar Welcome to Diabetes Connections. Thanks so much for making some time for me and my listeners. Absolute pleasure. Thank Partha Kar 5:55 you for asking. Stacey Simms 5:56 I gotta tell you, I'm a little nervous. I'm a huge fan. I'm just following you on social media. And then I put into my Facebook group like I always do. You know, do you have any questions for this guest? We've got a part of the car coming up. I have very few questions from the group. But I have lots of oh my gosh, I love him. Tell him we love him. Tell him. Thank you. Thank you. And I'll tell you specifically why they're thanking you in a moment. But you do have a quite a big fan club over here. So going in, I guess I'm trying to butter you up. But going in, you should know that. Partha Kar 6:24 No, it's very quiet, very kind. I always see this, you know, at the end of the day, it's my job to do as well. But you know, the love and blessings you get is just makes it stronger. So yeah, no, absolutely. Thank you. Stacey Simms 6:35 You're welcome. Let me just start off by asking you, you do not live with diabetes? How did you get into the position that you were in today? Why this field for you. So I think Partha Kar 6:43 a lot of it was, you know, when we are when we are training, you pick your subjects as you go along. And then I sort of gravitated towards Diabetes and Endocrinology because I thought there was an opportunity here to talk to a lot of people, you know, be a part of their journey throughout life. So it was quite good. And I like talking, and then sort of more towards type one, because I think I get got to realize the more senior I got a lot of attention, quite understandably, was into type two diabetes. And that's, you know, the bigger volume number, etc. But I think what I found that there's not a lot of things being done for type one as a trade back of that. So it's been more of a, let's see what we can do in the space. Let's try and help people. And I think just being an advocate, so to speak. So yeah, that's probably how it's graduated over the course of time. One of Stacey Simms 7:31 the things that we've observed, just following your social media here in the US, is the adoption and use of libre for many more people, can you talk a little bit about how that came about? Partha Kar 7:41 So I think Libre, I'm in freestyle Libre first came into the market on 2014 2015. And I think it started to sort of gradually make its way into the UK setting and the sort of people would buy it funded. And I think it sort of started taking off in 2016 2017. And that's when I sort of got into the job. And for me, people are always asking why this particular device, I think it's not the device, I think it's more of a mass device. And I think there'll be more competition coming along. But to me, it's be a very good example of what self management can do. I mean, simply put, if you see more of your numbers and more of your trends, you tend to intervene more and do better. So that's been the device and it's been a battle to try and get it into people's lives as you go along. As you're the system here is slightly different. You have to justify every single thing you do, because you're saying, Well, this is why we're trying to do it. And it's a funny place to be in because you know, you're you're sort of fighting, so to speak against other conditions, that doesn't feel right, either trying to justify why you needed more compared to X or Y. And I think that's the challenge. And then people start looking at well, actually, there isn't a randomized control trial, which showed y or Zed and I can't fund it. And I try and explain to people it's not just about the RCTs, or the randomized control trials all the time. It's not just about doing one see, it's about the quality of life and what it does do so yeah, I think I think that's how it came about. And then driving it through, pick up or take up around the country sort of battling with regions. So yeah, it's it's been a journey in the half, so to speak. Can you Stacey Simms 9:14 get a little bit more specific in terms of how many people now in your system do have access and do use the freestyle? Partha Kar 9:20 Yeah, I mean, I think we got I mean, given round, figure wise, we've got about 200, we got a quarter of a million people with type 1 diabetes, and I think about 53% of them are on it right now across the country, and of all our cards land. Well, I think it should be available, either, you know, Libre or its equivalent should be available to everybody, everybody, very soon. Stacey Simms 9:42 So yeah, I mean, the reason I wanted to ask that is because first of all, it's already such a big number comparatively speaking too much for the rest of the world. Certainly, I've got to imagine you're starting to see better outcomes too. Yeah, Partha Kar 9:53 absolutely. I mean, it's coming through your h1 HB ones is a better I mean, I can tell you from my own clinical practice, people are huge changes. We're seeing it across the country and the data we're collecting and guess what admission levels are down. People feel happier your HP once he's down, it's doing what it says on the tin. Stacey Simms 10:08 What would be the ultimate goal? Is it with that device? Is it then moving on to other CGM? Or do you want to kind of get as many people as possible in this one? Partha Kar 10:15 Oh, no, absolutely. I've always maintained I'm a Libre or freestyle Libre is has been the tip of the spear. I think there was a lot of things there, which was about showing people the what is possible, because before that, in the world of the NHS technology has always been seen as a Okay, well, let's see what we can do. I mean, for example, insulin pumps have been around for so long. We even had nice guidance on it available since 2008. But the pickup rate really low 15% 16%. Really many reasons behind it. And CGM for isn't traditional CGM like Dexcom. Really low again, 4% 5%, or there abouts. But I think this was about showing what could be done if you really pushed on it hard. And I think it's opened up many, many doors. You know, subsequently, because of that, we're looking at competition coming along, we're looking at every single pregnancy with type 1 diabetes not having access to a Dexcom, or Medtronic device, we're doing trials and closed loop, suddenly, it has become a flagship, and due to luck, serendipity or default, it's worked out as one of the projects, which has really, really played out well in the NHS. And so a lot of people are looking at it. And for me, that was always the purpose. It's the tip of the spear. If you can show you could do it with one, there's no reason you can't. And it's definitely not the end goal never has been. I think the end goal would be that every every person with type 1 diabetes, irrespective of the age has the ability to choose whatever technology they so can, whether it's flash, whether it's traditional CGM, whether it's a pump, or whether it's a closed loop, partnership salutely. Stacey Simms 11:44 And I'm just a little bit more about the Libre, I'm curious to obviously the biggest objection many people would have had would have been cost. But inside your organization or external critics, what were their objections thinking going into something like this, Partha Kar 11:57 I think the NHS always is a very traditional setup. And I think they're very good when it comes to drugs to pharmaceutical products. For example, pharmaceutical companies will do massive randomized control trials to show Okay, here is the drop in HBO and see, and thereby you can calculate it. The problem is with technology company, they necessarily haven't done that. If you look at Frisco Librem, the initial studies that came out, they never showed any change in HB one C, primarily because they chose a lot of people's age 20 with the excellent to begin with. And you're sitting there going, Well, that was a mistake, I think, for companies not to take up the trials, because straightaway to a lot of policymakers, you don't have any room to maneuver, because you're banking yourself completely on the ability that will show improvement of hypos and quality of life. Now, the other problem, I suspect has been there nice, which is our governing body, so to speak, who you know, looks at evidence, they're quite slow at coming off the blocks. Sometimes it can be too late in the technology world by the time you assess, you know, right now they're assessing Libre one you are Libre 123 out. So what are you assessing? There's got to be nimble and quick. That's been that was the obstacle people saying that. So I think there were that level of obstacle Well, nice having said so so why should be, there's also a lot of people who fundamentally believed that this was just a gizmo and this was just shiny toy, and we shouldn't give it to people with diabetes, they should or for example, they had to earn it, you know, they have to either have complications to have it, or they should be testing 10 times a day to get it, which I think is pretty silly. Because you know, the whole point of doing this exercise is to target people are finding it difficult to test and find giving it to people to stop them from having complications. But there you go, it's a very traditional set of thinking, which is what has been the challenge trying to break through? Stacey Simms 13:39 Yeah, do we have similar issues in the states where they're doing trials? And you always see like, well, they're a one see went from 7.3 to 6.9. And that's wonderful. But you know, we need to reach the people who's a one sees our 10.5 100%, right, because of either education or access, or whatever it is. I know, I know, you're struggling with that as well. Yeah, Partha Kar 13:58 So, for example, you know, we have learned from that, you know, we, when we collected the real world data with Libre, we showed exactly what he said, the higher the higher your starting age, we want to see the better your outcomes. And you're like, Well, that's obvious. So what we're doing with those with Kevin, so what you're doing with closed loops right now, so we're running a real world trial evaluation throughout the country, it's about 34, five centers around the country, adults and pediatrics doing it. And guess what we see, again, the higher your agency, the better you're a flattening of your agency. So it's not rocket science. And I always am flabbergasted when people doing trials go like, no, let's just pick the people's controller really good. And as you said, but that goes against the whole deprivation thing that we discuss about because we know people who come from very deprived backgrounds will have worse control. So if you really want to tackle deprivation, you need to control that and you need to tackle that. So the thinking needs to be far more refined than what it is at the present moment. And hopefully we're trying to show some ways of doing so. Stacey Simms 14:54 So one of my listeners said, I want you to please let parked the car know how much I appreciate In his posts, she goes on to say, there's not much I appreciate more than medical professionals who treat us like real people and don't talk down to us. Where did you learn your bedside manner your style or what you know what we as as not your patients see on social media because that's one of the things I think that very much resonates with people is that you're you're very plain spoken and you don't talk down to people with diabetes right back to our conversation, but first Diabetes Connections is brought to you by Dario health. And you know, over the years, I find we manage diabetes better when we're thinking less about all the stuff of diabetes tasks. That's why I love partnering with people who take the load off things like ordering supplies, so I can really focus on Benny, the Dario diabetes success plan is all about you, all the strips and lancets you need delivered to your door, one on one coaching. So you can meet your milestones, weekly insights into your trends with suggestions for how to succeed, get the diabetes management plan that works with you. And for you. Dario is published studies demonstrate high impact clinical results, find out more go to my dario.com forward slash diabetes dash connections. Now back to Dr. Kar, talking about how he has developed a good bedside manner and respect for his patients. Partha Kar 16:20 I think it's come with time, if I'm very honest, and most likely, it's not like a suddenly over a bed. And one day I decided to become like this. And I think what I've realized over the course of time is their Medical School doesn't teach us consultations, kills diseases, a lot of stuff, right? It's just teaches us what the book said, which is my Insulet physiology, how it works, doesn't really teach us a lot about interaction with human beings, which is what we did with some things like the language matters and stuff and people found language matters. Interesting. I found that just human sense, you know, common sense, human, it's not that difficult to be nice to people. And we somehow are not we somehow, and I think social media teaches me a lot of stuff. I think my patients teach me a lot. And I don't say that in a glib way, because things like, you know, I will do transitional or young adults clinic. And I remember these words from this young girl who sat there looked at me and said, If he took an exam sometimes, you know, and I want to watch that. And she said that, I don't know. It just feels like I'm going to be asked what I'm doing with judgment, what I'm doing, you know, when I sat down, but like, that's not right, that's wrong. Why are we making people feel like that way? And then we are wondering why they're not coming back to our clinics. So a lot of my consultations were very honest, not about diabetes, with my patients they're very much about could be a football or movies. I mean, yesterday, when just watch the internals and today in clinic, we were talking about one of my patients, and that was the conversation, what did you think about that paid the post credits, what was it, and I think you build a rapport with people, they trust you more, you get along more. So I like to keep it very plain. And I also feel that clinicians sometimes believe that people living with type 1 diabetes won't be able to handle the truth, so to speak. Oh, you can't tell them when you can. They're all adults and or, or in or surrounded by adults, and they deal with tough calls in their lives all the time, you know, how to get a mortgage, you know, how to get your car or dealing with ups and downs, or the Why wouldn't they be able to they live with it. So I've always benefited that by turning around and saying I can't do this for you. It's outside my expertise. And I think finally, I'm also trying with my other role trying to deconstruct the myth, and the and the whole thing that doctors are built around them so that there's some sort of, you know, material human beings here for to burn themselves to the altar, normally not, you know, we trained professionals, like a fireman or a policeman and trying to do my best. And sometimes I'll get it wrong, sometimes I'll get it right. But at least I want to portray across that I'm trying and trying my best. And we'll see where we go from there. Stacey Simms 18:50 You know, it brings up an interesting point, because I consider myself a very strong advocate with my doctors, for myself and for my children. But I still hear you get intimidated, you do very much respect my doctors, any advice for patients who who want to have a difficult conversation with their physician who want to start broaching that, hey, treat me like a partner and may not know how to start? Partha Kar 19:12 Yeah, I mean, I think it's really difficult. It's really difficult to do that. Because I think this is why it's a bit like I always give the example of let's say, sexism. Now. It's not the it's not just the job of women to go and solve sexism, is it. I mean, it's men have got an equal part, you will not understand nuance as a man or a woman goes through, but you know, when it's wrong, and you can turn around and say, Nah, guys don't do that. Right. So I think what I would encourage rather my clinical colleagues to say that, look, it's not tricky to sort of have that feedback and saying your approach may not be the right thing. And I think this younger generation coming through which does that. So my advice to patients who would like to do that would be to, I think doctors feel very challenged as soon as you challenge them. It's an ego thing. Don't forget that we have been taught in medical school that we are the top of the top there is no Nobody better than us, right? When you're told that for five years, seven years, eight years, 10 years of your life that there was nobody better than you, it's very difficult to then sit in a space. And if somebody challenges you to actually take that on board, so there is a bit of that complex that has happened over the course of time. So the way to approach that would be to probably do it from a slightly different angle. And rather than pointing out the mistake and say, What would you say? What do you think if we did this? Do you feel like so I think you try and do that there'll be some people who are open to the idea of saying, I don't agree with that, and you go with it. But I think the biggest advice I can give is find an ally, was also a clinician who will do that for you. So in meetings, when I go to, I always see myself as that sort of advocacy role return rentable. And now I don't agree with that. Because I know I've spoken to a lot of people who want to agree with that. So that is the sort of fine balance to strike, it will change, doctors are changing. And you know, if you've been long enough in the system, the 90s, were different to 1000s were different, and now is different, but doctors are evolving slowly takes a long time to get you got good get rid of you got complex. Stacey Simms 21:02 Another question from one of my listeners who wanted to know, Brexit to will, or already has had an impact on diabetes care or supplies, Partha Kar 21:11 hasn't affected supplies, because we actually knew there was going to be a problem. So we planned and we worked with the industry to make sure we had good suppliers. And there will always be teething trouble as we go along with this. But no, we don't expect, he says Fingers crossed. We have some plans in place in case of anything, but Brexit is one of those political things in life, isn't it? So we just have to ride the storm with it as we go along. So Stacey Simms 21:34 this is an American based podcast, mostly because I'm American, we do have listeners all over the world, which I'm very, very grateful for. But our healthcare systems are so different. I'm curious if you have any advice, or any lessons that you think we could learn from how how you all do it? Partha Kar 21:53 Yeah, I mean, so I think the debate about healthcare becomes incredibly emotive on both sides of the Atlantic. I think that's the problem. So when you turn around, people start saying, so for example, if you challenge the NHS, people go like, well, you don't like the NHS, because you want to make it privatized to you. And you will? Um, no, not really, I'm just saying that there are gaps in the prison system as we fund it, for example, we say it's equal to all well, not really, if you come from a deprived community. Right, now we've got issues with race. So as I've said, if you're a black child, your chance of getting a continuous glucose monitor is half of that of a wide shot. This isn't the NHS which professes to be equal to everybody. It's not right. So the challenge is there, even however, the funding is, I think my advice to in the US setting would be it's so vast and so big. Taking aside the politics, which is so difficult to do, obviously, I think too much attention is focused when it comes to chronic disease on the to the three parts, which I think of type 1 diabetes, I think I see it as self management, peer support, and access to train professionals. That's the three things on which good type 1 diabetes care sets. And the US system is incredibly good about doing number three, too, it makes it more and more expensive, because we don't have any trained professionals. And so you end up having to really top load that bit. If you switched a lot of the attention to one and two, self management with technology of peer support, you probably will have better outcomes, I don't think it's about the make of the system. And it's insurance based or public funded. And that's where the politics comes in. It's about the switching of that mentality where you get peer support and self management as being a main key focus and investment into but the US system, partly the UK as well. But the US system hinges heavily on number three. And that's why you the costs are so out of control. That's my view, at least Stacey Simms 23:38 we've seen it in our own experiences. And people who listen to this podcast know that that peer community matters immensely with camps and communities and meetups. And it's incredible. It makes such a difference. Absolutely. You mentioned language matters. Can you speak a little bit about that for people who aren't familiar? Yeah, I Partha Kar 23:55 mean, I think there's a fair few versions of that. I'm the principal of that was built in Australia in 2012. And again, it's nothing dramatic. It's not I mean, became it basically saying just be nice to people. You know, I think you've got embroiled in this whole debate for a bit of time. Because it was done in the States. There was papers out of him that we picked up in the UK, different countries have done it and people get stuck up in the Oh, is it is it about calling somebody a diabetic or a person with diabetes, it's not lots of people don't mind being called diabetic, some people do mind being called diabetic, that's not about that what the document is about. The document is very, very simply about trying to be less judgmental about people whose lives you don't leave. Right? If you're saying to somebody, or you know, I'm not sure you're you should be doing that in the morning, when you don't know what like the lead. You don't know that they're having to, you know, rush to drop off their kid to school and do this and do that. It's not easy to then go you should have a very structured breakfast and take your insulin on time. Well, that's fine for you to say, but that for that individual. They might have two kids to drop off and then go to work while trying to make sure you know their husbands had their work. It's It's not easy. So I think that's what it's about don't don't try and judge others whose lives you don't leave lid. So that that was pretty much it. Stacey Simms 25:08 I think that the libre goal that you have I know you're not done with and you wouldn't call it a an ultimate success yet has been tremendous. What is next? Is it trying to get more pumps covered? Is it trying to get more equality as you've already mentioned, racial and economic lines, Partha Kar 25:23 closed loops, I think I think is, is the is the next target, I think more more access to closed loops, more access to all the types of different loops that are available, and you touched upon it, irrespective of your deprivation, ethnicity, that's going to be huge for because going ahead, I want more people to have access to technology, because I think technology is an enabler sort of ticks, that box of self management, it also encourages more peer support. So if we did that, together well, and did more standardized training for healthcare professionals that I think that's the sort of ultimate goal. But I think closed loops are going to be the thing I suspect the focus and target on as we go ahead. Stacey Simms 26:01 Fabulous. And I'll let you go. I know you got to run. But we are speaking during Diabetes Awareness Month, and you put out a video very plain spoken as you do, saying, basically, be nice. Don't judge, don't be an idiot. And you have a two minute long video explaining this. What was the reaction? I mean, it's a very plain statement, but at the same time, it's quite blunt. Yeah, I Partha Kar 26:21 mean, I think I see the debates between and it's so silly, some of the stuff that goes on, on social media and wider and I can understand people do it because they have a book to sell, or a podcast or blog or whatever they want to do, or Twitter likes, but the simplistic narratives and never helped people, you know, we could we could turn around and say, Well, if you eat too many cakes, you will have type two diabetes, there is not a single evidence base that will support that statement. Yes, people say that right? You know, and I think that's the problem. And then that rolls into how did your child have diabetes? You give them too many cakes, and you sitting there going like what how uneducated Are you didn't come up with a statement like that. And it's so frustrating to see that. So I think the reaction has been good. I mean, I've always been known for my and I genuinely think when people don't know something, I'm very happy to explain it to them in today's day and age. If people say that, Oh, I didn't know that type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disorder has got nothing to do with your diet or your lifestyle, then I'm sorry, you were just uneducated. And that's my bottom line to that. So you haven't even made the simple effort to open Google. So things like that. And I think that was the that was the idea of that is Diabetes Awareness Month. Just be aware of different types. Be nice to people don't judge others and you know, at least at least do some research and you've got Google on your smartphone. So simple. Stacey Simms 27:41 Okay, last question. You mentioned the eternal is no spoilers. I haven't seen it. But I know you're a big Marvel fan. How was the movie? Partha Kar 27:47 Oh, it's good. I really enjoyed it. It's as a standalone, it works really well. And my only big tip also is mistake for the after credits. Very good, especially the last one. Very, very good. All right. Stacey Simms 27:58 Well, thank you so much for spending so much time with me. I really appreciate you being here. Thanks very much. Partha Kar Pleasure. You're listening to Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms. More information at diabetes connections.com. Of course, there's always a transcript as well. I will link up how to follow Dr. Kar on social media, I highly recommend his Twitter feeds. And he is just very informative, very straightforward. And he's always willing to admit when he makes a mistake or something funny happens. I mean, he's just let's face it. He's just a human being online, which is why I think so many of us respond to him so well, that I liked a lot of the advice he gave there for us to take to our doctors, we really have to be straightforward with them. So many times they don't even realize what they're doing or how they're talking to us. Sometimes they do and they're they're just jerks. But most of the time, I think they want to have a good relationship with us. At least that has been my experience. There's only been one doctor, in my my experience. I'm not talking about Benny, because we've been very lucky with him. There's only been one doctor that I have fired. And I fired him from my hospital room because oh my gosh, was he talking down to me? So don't be afraid to do it. Alright, Diabetes Connections is brought to you by Dexcom. And we were watching TV the other night. My husband and I are really into the expanse now, which is a sci fi show that's been out for a while. We are totally binging it, we're going through every season. So we're watching that. And the Dexcom went off the alert on my phone and Benny was upstairs in his room. And you know, for some reason, it took me back to the days when we basically had blood sugar checks on a timer. If you're of a certain age you remember this we would check doing a finger stick the same time every day at home and at school and whenever extra we needed to. It's really amazing to think about how much our diabetes management has changed with share and follow. I didn't stop the movie to check on him. I knew what was going on. I mean, I could decide whether to text him or go up and help out for this instance. I did absolutely nothing because I didn't need to using the share and follow apps have really helped us talk less about diabetes. which I never thought would happen with a teenager. Trust me Benny loves that part too. That's what's so great about the Dexcom system. 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They make all of the insets except for Omni pod. But if you use a Tandem Medtronic, yep, so mid, those pumps, they make your insets. So we had a really good conversation about how to make those better, some good information for the community from them. And I'm hoping that'll be an ongoing conversation. And we have a lot of good stuff in the works for the rest of this year. Going into January, does he I would ask is if you have listened to this far and you are not signed up for our newsletter, please make sure to do that I send out an email every week along with the show. And quite often there is more information in there than just a week's episode. We do surveys, we do research opportunities that I get from companies. There's a lot of info in that. And as we move forward next year, and I'm branching off into other projects, I'm gonna be using that newsletter to communicate more and more about things, not just the podcasts that I think are of your interest, but I don't spam you or anything dumb like that. So go ahead, you go to diabetes connections.com a little pop up will come up. If you don't see it, just scroll down. There's a little newsletter thingy that'll help you sign up there. Thank you to my editor John Bukenas from audio editing solutions. Thank you so much for listening. We are back on track for our newscast this week. So I will see you back here Wednesday on Facebook or YouTube Live for in the news. And then on Friday, we turn that into an audio, podcast whatever works better for you. Feel free to join me in whatever way is the best. I'm Stacey Simms Until then be kind to yourself. Benny 32:24 Diabetes Connections is a production of Stacey Simms media. All rights reserved. All wrongs avenged
Hear from two men who have redefined what it means to be diagnosed with diabetes! Cyrus Khambatta, PhD, and Robby Barbaro, MPH, are both living with Type 1 diabetes and eat more fruit in a day than the average person eats in a week. How could that be? The co-founders of Mastering Diabetes join "The Weight Loss Champion" Chuck Carroll on this special episode of The Exam Room podcast in honor of National Diabetes Month. Cyrus and Robby answer questions sent in to the Doctor's Mailbag that offer hope to the millions of people living with all forms of diabetes worldwide. - What are the best vegetables that help diabetes? - How many carbs should someone with diabetes eat? - Is the "a little bit won't hurt" approach actually hurting your health? - How does cholesterol affect diabetes? - Can a plant-based diet help someone who has had diabetes for 15 years or longer? - And many more! — — — Mastering Diabetes Book: https://amzn.to/2XSvSMr Website: https://www.masteringdiabetes.org — — — Cyrus Khambatta, PhD Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/CyrusKPhD Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mangomannutrition Website: http://bit.ly/masterdib — — — Robby Barbaro, MPH Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/masteringdib Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mindfuldiabeticrobby Facebook: http://bit.ly/masterdibFB — — — Chuck Carroll Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ChuckCarrollWLC Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/ChuckCarrollWLC Facebook: http://wghtloss.cc/ChuckFacebook — — — Physicians Committee Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/physicianscommittee Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PCRM.org Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/pcrm 21-Day Vegan Kickstart App iOS: https://bit.ly/VegKStrt-iOS Android: https://bit.ly/VegKStrtAndrd Web: https://www.pcrm.org/kickstart — — — Barnard Medical Center Appointments https://bit.ly/BMCtelemed 202-527-7500 — — — Share the Show Please subscribe and give the show a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or many other podcast providers. Don't forget to share it with a friend for inspiration!
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Tadpool Santa knows if you've been bad. Break me off a piece of that particle board. MEANWHILE, At The Hall Of Cocaine! Always blame the toddlers. Homeless Bags. Death By Chowder! Danny Elfman Toddler. The Fly Said No! No! No! I Did It All For the Nucky. P T Ass D. Give me Freddy's or give me death. Original Flavor Covid. A Reptile Disfunction in Bed. It's going to cost a lot of Monday. Diabetes peeciees and more on this episode of The Morning Stream.
Tadpool Santa knows if you've been bad. Break me off a piece of that particle board. MEANWHILE, At The Hall Of Cocaine! Always blame the toddlers. Homeless Bags. Death By Chowder! Danny Elfman Toddler. The Fly Said No! No! No! I Did It All For the Nucky. P T Ass D. Give me Freddy's or give me death. Original Flavor Covid. A Reptile Disfunction in Bed. It's going to cost a lot of Monday. Diabetes peeciees and more on this episode of The Morning Stream.
It's the week following Thanksgiving, and Lord knows that I didn't feel like working out this morning. Leave it up to your feelings, though, and your health will be destroyed. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/2evOxpu Subscribe on iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-your-health-at-the-29758459/ Subscribe on Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/your-health-at-the-crossroads ------------ Resources Subscribe for our free newsletter: https://YourHealthAtTheCrossroads.com/subscribe Let us design your customized body weight and wellness program: https://yourhealthatthecrossroads.com/fitness What YOU Can Do About High Blood Pressure: https://amzn.to/35JfxLm What YOU Can Do About Type 2 Diabetes: https://amzn.to/2PKmXbM 13 Things to Stop Believing to Become Healthy and Lose Weight: https://amzn.to/2sKfEYy 8 Weeks Fat Loss Workbook: https://tinyurl.com/ruu5z2fu ------------ Social Media Facebook: facebook.com/shawnb2b Instagram: instagram.com/shawnb2bfitness ------------ Website https://YourHealthAtTheCrossroads.com/blog
Este pódcast está destinado para profesionales de la salud. La cirugía bariátrica o metabólica es un procedimiento quirúrgico que tiene como objetivo la pérdida de peso mediante cambios en la anatomía intestinal, que van a tener como consecuencia una reconfiguración metabólica u hormona que favorecen el control de la obesidad y sus comorbilidades asociadas. Nuestro invitado: Dr. Héctor Romero Talamás, especialista en cirugía bariátrica y metabólica. Jefe de enseñanza del Hospital Ángeles Chihuahua. Time stamps Introducción… 00:00 Presentación Dr. Héctor Romero… 01:05 Caso clínico... 03:20 Cirugía bariátrica… 04:30 Tipos de cirugía bariátrica… 06:00 Son cirugías endocrinas… 11:45 Contraindicaciones… 15:20 Infraestructura… 20:10 Indicaciones… 24:15 Complicaciones… 27:35 Continuación del caso… 32:40 Cuidados a largo plazo… 37:05 Pérdida de peso y reganancia… 39:40 Puntos para llevar a casa… 43:40
You must show your body who's boss! If you follow all of your own impulses, especially in American society, there's almost no way you'll ever be as healthy as you're supposed to be. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/2evOxpu Subscribe on iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-your-health-at-the-29758459/ Subscribe on Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/your-health-at-the-crossroads ------------ Resources Subscribe for our free newsletter: https://YourHealthAtTheCrossroads.com/subscribe Let us design your customized body weight and wellness program: https://yourhealthatthecrossroads.com/fitness What YOU Can Do About High Blood Pressure: https://amzn.to/35JfxLm What YOU Can Do About Type 2 Diabetes: https://amzn.to/2PKmXbM 13 Things to Stop Believing to Become Healthy and Lose Weight: https://amzn.to/2sKfEYy 8 Weeks Fat Loss Workbook: https://tinyurl.com/ruu5z2fu ------------ Social Media Facebook: facebook.com/shawnb2b Instagram: instagram.com/shawnb2bfitness ------------ Website https://YourHealthAtTheCrossroads.com/blog
Diabetes Variables: Walmart Scott and Jenny Smith, CDE share insights on type 1 diabetes care Show notes for people who are Bold with Insulin Find out more about the Dexcom CGM Get a FREE Omnipod Demo today Learn about Touched By Type 1 Gvoke Glucagon TrialNet T1D Risk Screening CONTOUR NEXT ONE smart meter and CONTOUR DIABETES app Add your voice to the T1DExchange A full list of our sponsors How to listen, disclaimer and more Apple Podcasts> Subscribe to the podcast today! The podcast is available on Spotify, Google Play, iHeartRadioRadio Public, Amazon Music and all Android devices The show is now available as an Alexa skill. My type 1 diabetes parenting blog Arden's Day Listen to the Juicebox Podcast online Read my award winning memoir: Life Is Short, Laundry Is Eternal: Confessions of a Stay-At-Home Dad The Juicebox Podcast is a free show, but if you'd like to support the podcast directly, you can make a gift here. Thank you! Follow Scott on Social Media @ArdensDay @JuiceboxPodcast Disclaimer - Nothing you hear on the Juicebox Podcast or read on Arden's Day is intended as medical advice. You should always consult a physician before making changes to your health plan. If the podcast has helped you to live better with type 1 please tell someone else how to find the show and consider leaving a rating and review on iTunes. Thank you! Arden's Day and The Juicebox Podcast are not charitable organizations.
News man Dan becomes host man Dan this week to talk about the things that make Pittsburgh great. Join us to talk Polish food and bridges!*the actual number of things may exceed 10This month we are supporting JDRF in their effort to fight against Type 1 Diabetes. Donate now to help support!https://www.jdrf.org/(Episode contains explicit material)
Diabetes Core Update is a monthly podcast that presents and discusses the latest clinically relevant articles from the American Diabetes Association's four science and medical journals – Diabetes, Diabetes Care, Clinical Diabetes, and Diabetes Spectrum. Each episode is approximately 20 minutes long and presents 5-6 recently published articles from ADA journals. Intended for practicing physicians and health care professionals, Diabetes Core Update discusses how the latest research and information published in journals of the American Diabetes Association are relevant to clinical practice and can be applied in a treatment setting. This issue will review: The Effect of Discontinuing CGM in Adults With Type 2 Diabetes Treated With Basal Insulin Long-Term Occupational Consequences for Families of Children With Type 1 Diabetes: The Mothers Take the Burden Effect of Metformin and Lifestyle Interventions on Mortality in the Diabetes Prevention Program and Diabetes Prevention Program Association of Sodium-Glucose Cotransporter–2 Inhibitors With Fracture Risk in Older Adults With Type 2 Diabetes Prediabetes Defined by First Measured HbA1c Predicts Higher Cardiovascular Risk Compared With HbA1c in the Diabetes Range Trend of Diabetes-Related Hospital Admissions During the Transition Period From Adolescence to Adulthood For more information about each of ADA's science and medical journals, please visit www.diabetesjournals.org. Presented by: Neil Skolnik, M.D., Professor of Family and Community Medicine, Sidney Kimmel Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University; Associate Director, Family Medicine Residency Program, Abington Jefferson Health John J. Russell, M.D., Professor of Family and Community Medicine, Sidney Kimmel Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University; Director, Family Medicine Residency Program, Chair-Department of Family Medicine, Abington Jefferson Health
What do you have to be thankful for this Thanksgiving 2021? The Yesner family has had its share of doctors and hospitals this year and thankfully, everyone is okay! The goal of my podcast is to help people with the general message that "everything is going to be okay." Today I want to try to help with a message that is more health-related. We're all human and we all have health issues from time to time. Today's episode of The Crushing Debt Podcast is a slight deviation from my normal topics - it is not necessarily a legal episode. Instead, I decided to chronicle my recent diagnosis and treatment of my Type 2 Diabetes. A few of the links mentioned in today's episode: Episode 17 - Running & Networking.: https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/yesnerlawpodcast/260241161-yesner_law_podcast-episode-17-running-and-networking.mp3 The Diabetes Code: The Diabetes Code: Prevent and Reverse Type 2 Diabetes Naturally (The Wellness Code Book Two) (The Code Series, 2): Fung, Dr. Jason, Teicholz, Nina: 9781771642651: Amazon.com: Books I hope you take away two things from today's episode: (1) everything (including me) is going to be okay, and (2) we can all help and support each other. Happy Thanksgiving! I'm also thankful for our sponsor, Sam Cohen of Attorneys First Insurance and would be appreciative if you could introduce him to an attorney or title company you know in Florida or Texas that needs malpractice insurance. Sam@AttorneysFirst.com or www.AttorneysFirst.com. You can email me directly at Shawn@Yesnerlaw.com or www.YesnerLaw.com.
Don't worry...I'm not about to tell you that you need to eat salad while the rest of your family enjoys holiday foods. I believe in celebrating on celebratory days. That said, you can still enjoy the holidays while being disciplined! Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/2evOxpu Subscribe on iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-your-health-at-the-29758459/ Subscribe on Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/your-health-at-the-crossroads ------------ Resources Subscribe for our free newsletter: https://YourHealthAtTheCrossroads.com/subscribe Let us design your customized body weight and wellness program: https://yourhealthatthecrossroads.com/fitness What YOU Can Do About High Blood Pressure: https://amzn.to/35JfxLm What YOU Can Do About Type 2 Diabetes: https://amzn.to/2PKmXbM 13 Things to Stop Believing to Become Healthy and Lose Weight: https://amzn.to/2sKfEYy 8 Weeks Fat Loss Workbook: https://tinyurl.com/ruu5z2fu ------------ Social Media Facebook: facebook.com/shawnb2b Instagram: instagram.com/shawnb2bfitness ------------ Website https://YourHealthAtTheCrossroads.com/blog
This week on the podcast, we released a very informative episode with Dr Peter Brukner. Peter covered some important health issues surrounding diabetes. He is world-renowned and he has his own personal experience, which he shares in this week's podcast and the initiative, Defeat Diabetes. Join me in this Healthy Bite as we talk about taking control of your own health. Your health is just too important to leave to anybody else. You have to take control of it yourself. ---- You can also watch this episode at https://drronehrlich.com/ ----- TIME TO TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR HEALTH? Join me in my online health programs. ----- CONNECT WITH ME You can ask questions via social media using my Instagram or Facebook or TikTok or YouTube page.
In today's episode, we welcome Jerry Meece, who is a major leader in diabetes management with nearly 25 years of experience. We discuss how diabetes education has evolved from a knowledge-based approach to a patient empowerment-based approach. Jerry also discussed the 10 minute consult that he created and how that can be implemented in your DSMES practice. He provides encouraging advice about how pharmacists can become more involved in diabetes management at a higher level. References: PSAD Special Issue PaperTrends in diabetes self-management education https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/epdf/10.1111/dme.14256 Diabetes Self Management Education Patient Empowerment Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today, I am lucky to have here with me, a specialist in Weight Management and Bariatric Surgery for adults and adolescents, Dr. Robert Cywes. He has been doing bariatric surgery for 18 years, performing over 8,000 surgeries. This is an episode that originally aired on March 2020, and it was so good we decided to re-release it here today. Dr. Cywes' medical training began in Cape Town, South Africa, where he received his medical degree from The University of Cape Town. In 1989, Dr. Cywes moved to North America and completed a year-long residency in Pediatric Surgery at Ohio State University's Columbus Children's Hospital. After completing his pediatric surgery fellowship at the University of Michigan's C.S. Mott Children's Hospital, Dr. Cywes was appointed as an Assistant Professor of Pediatric and Fetal Surgery at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee where he did hepatic stem cell research. During this time, Dr. Cywes became increasingly interested in adolescent obesity and the impact of the liver and metabolic syndrome on young patients. Dr. Cywes' research led to a comprehensive understanding of the toxicity of chronic excessive carbohydrate consumption as the primary cause of obesity and so-called obesity-related co-morbidities, and he became interested in developing a clinical program to treat obese patients using this knowledge. Dr. Cywes relocated to Jacksonville, Florida where he joined the Department of Pediatric Surgery at the Nemours Children's Clinic and Wolfson Children's Hospital. This led to a national meeting in Jacksonville where guidelines for adolescent obesity surgery were established. Dr. Cywes established JSAPA to continue his work in both adolescent and adult obesity treatment and surgery, and in 2013 opened a practice in Palm Beach County, Florida. He now works with a highly experienced team of professionals from a variety of medical sub-specialties to better care for obese patients. He has developed the practice into an internationally recognized Center of Excellence for obesity surgery. The practice uses a cognitive behavioral therapy approach that addresses carbohydrate addiction, along with bariatric surgery, to help patients manage their obesity long term. In this episode, Dr. Cywes opens the show discussing the correlation between carbohydrates and toxic drugs. Our bodies do not need to run on sugar; our bodies prefer a keto lifestyle. Also, Dr. Cywes explains effective methods of treating diabetes and what's wrong with conventional treatments. Stay tuned, as Dr. Cywes discusses dopamine fasting, serotonin loading, and how our feedback controls for survival work. BiOptimizers Special November Deal: www.magnesiumbreakthrough.com/ketokamp and use code ketokamp to get your discount and free gifts today!
Getting results from a workout routine does not require trendy, complicated exercises! Don't get me wrong; I'm not mad at any of that stuff, but if you observe some basic principles of movement, you'll be fine. I know from experience. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/2evOxpu Subscribe on iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-your-health-at-the-29758459/ Subscribe on Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/your-health-at-the-crossroads ------------ Resources Subscribe for our free newsletter: https://YourHealthAtTheCrossroads.com/subscribe Let us design your customized body weight and wellness program: https://yourhealthatthecrossroads.com/fitness What YOU Can Do About High Blood Pressure: https://amzn.to/35JfxLm What YOU Can Do About Type 2 Diabetes: https://amzn.to/2PKmXbM 13 Things to Stop Believing to Become Healthy and Lose Weight: https://amzn.to/2sKfEYy 8 Weeks Fat Loss Workbook: https://tinyurl.com/ruu5z2fu ------------ Social Media Facebook: facebook.com/shawnb2b Instagram: instagram.com/shawnb2bfitness ------------ Website https://YourHealthAtTheCrossroads.com/blog
Brian Sanders is the filmmaker behind the Food Lies documentary, and is also an international speaker! Brian is the host of the incredibly successful and top 5 nutrition podcast Peak Human. Peak Human is less of a podcast, and more of a free audio lecture series with world-renowned doctors, scientists, and researchers, exploring the true proper human diet! Brian graduated from UCLA with a degree in mechanical engineering, but left his career to pursue his life passion of discovering health. He has become a prolific content creator in the world of nutrition. He works as a health coach at Evolve Healthcare and co-founded the health education company Sapien, with his good friend Dr. Gary Shlifer. The two of them also host a podcast with the same name, Sapien Podcast. Brian also works to spread the awareness of regenerative agriculture and increase access to well-raised animal products through his company Nose to Tail! We are so grateful to Brain and all of his work!Find Brian at-FB, TW, and IG- Food Lieshttps://www.sapien.org/https://www.nosetotail.org/Special love to-The How To Make a Podcast Podcast!The Seventh-Day Adventists and cereal. You can't make this stuff up.How It's Made- Canola Oil. GROSS.
What Illness is Asking of Us When It Comes to Self-Care https://psychologyofeating.online/ss/ Are you ready to transform your relationship with food in a lasting and meaningful way? What if you could help others find the path to greater freedom and joy with food as well? In this episode of The Psychology of Eating Podcast, eating psychology teacher Marc David speaks with 56-year-old Veronica who has just been diagnosed with diabetes. She'd like to lose weight and become better organized about her food and health. Marc takes the conversation in an unexpected direction, helping Veronica to recognize the importance for self-care that goes beyond good nutrition. Tune in now! Key Insights Being diagnosed with a condition such as diabetes inevitably brings up new and unexpected realities. Among them is the need to prioritize oneself and engage in regular self-care like never before. A new health diagnosis represents a certain crossroads. We're no longer who we were, but we're not exactly sure yet what our new life will look and feel like. Being mindful of how you talk to yourself about your condition is vital. Diabetes is a condition that is greatly influenced by good nutrition. In some cases, Type II diabetes can be reversed through early diagnosis and key lifestyle changes. When managing diabetes, look for all the help you can get. Find apps to help you organize your day-to-day food plans, get support from family members to help you plan your food shopping, or consider joining a support group. For all of us, whether or not we're dealing with a health condition: let go of the lifetime of conditioning you've received that self-care is bad or shameful. Just as you want your loved ones to feel good and enjoy life, learn to embrace your worthiness around self-care. You not only deserve it, you need it … truly. With his dual training in clinical nutrition and psychology, Marc David has spent the last 40 years helping people around the world heal their relationship with food. As the founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, he reaches millions each year through his books, speaking engagements, celebrated podcast series, and his internationally-acclaimed Mind Body Eating Coach Certification Training. Having your own challenges with food and body? Post your comments or questions in the comments below! And to learn more about The Institute for the Psychology of Eating, including our internationally-acclaimed Mind Body Eating Coach Certification Training, visit us at https://psychologyofeating.com/ or email us at email@example.com.
I’ve joked, and/or compared my diabetes management to OCD (obsessive compulsive disorder), but hadn’t met anyone living with both conditions until interviewing Brett Ryan Stewart. Brett is a Nashville based producer who shared – “ultimately what OCD kind of comes down to is this inability to accept what you can’t control and then obsessing about […] The post Podcast 113: What Comes First, the Chicken or the Egg – Diabetes & OCD? | Brett Ryan Stewart appeared first on Diabetes Daily Grind | Real Life Diabetes Podcast.
Today we speak with Pablo and Andrea. Pablo shares how he brought his blood glucose levels down using the Mastering Diabetes method. They tell their story of moving through the challenge together: with purpose, partnership, and having a plan. We hope this inspires you that you CAN take control of your Diabetes, and feel better today. === Make sure to subscribe so you don't miss future episodes! Please leave us a review to ensure that the Mastering Diabetes message reaches as many people living with diabetes as possible. Connect with us on Instagram and Facebook
It's time for one of our favorite episodes of the year! Wait Wait! Don't Poke Me, the diabetes game show! Taped this time around for the Children with Diabetes Friends for Life fall conference. If you're familiar with NPR's Wait Wait Don't Tell Me, a lot of this will sound familiar, just with a diabetes twist! Our panelists tackle trivia, limericks and we try to "bluff the listener" with tales of diabetes in the wild. Can you guess which Olympian with T1D really had a wildlife encounter? Big thanks to our panelists: Nia Grant, Kyle Banks and Matt Point. They all have a connection for FFL and took time out of their busy schedules to goof off with me. There is a video version of this show over on our YouTube channel if you prefer to play along over there. Check out Stacey's book: The World's Worst Diabetes Mom! Join the Diabetes Connections Facebook Group! Sign up for our newsletter here ----- Use this link to get one free download and one free month of Audible, available to Diabetes Connections listeners! ----- Get the App and listen to Diabetes Connections wherever you go! Click here for iPhone Click here for Android Episode transcription coming soon
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My guest this week is Dr. Edwin Lee Co-Founder of Clinical Peptide Society. In this episode, Dr. Edwin Lee and I discuss peptides, his book, and the many ways to heal the body without surgery. We also discuss stem cells, growth hormone secretagogues, and his passion project saving peptides from being taken away by the FDA. You can learn more about that here. Thank you to our sponsor Oxford HealthSpan. Primeadine is the best formulated Spermidine supplement on the market! What makes it stand out – it includes Spermine & Putrescine two other Polyamines that work hand in hand with Spermidine PLUS FOS, a prebiotic to feed the bacteria in your gut that make Spermidine! I take Spermidine daily as do my family and my clients – it has become a solid member of my “foundation stack”. Research has shown that Spermidine upregulates autophagy, helps the immune system to rejuvenate and it protects DNA – visible benefits experienced by myself and my clients include better sleep, hair, skin, and nails! Sponsor offer: If you haven't tried it yet go to Primeadine.com and use promo code BIONAT15 to save 15% at https://oxfordhealthspan.com/products/best-spermidine-supplement Dr. Lee Bio:Dr. Edwin Lee is an endocrinologist, author, and international speaker. Dr. Lee founded the Institute for Hormonal Balance, Orlando, FL in 2008, is board-certified in Internal Medicine, Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism, and has completed special training in Regenerative and Functional Medicine. He is a graduate of the Medical College of Pennsylvania and finished his fellowships of Critical Care Medicine and Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism at the University of Pittsburgh. Follow Dr. Edwin Lee Save Peptides Website Peptide Study Episode Timestamps: [05:20] How Dr.Lee got to where he is now… [10:49] Turning a patient's life around with peptides, exosomes and stem cells… [13:55] The difference between stem cells and exosomes… [20:35] Kisspeptin-10, does it actually help with testosterone? [23:50] Studies on knee pain treated with BPC-157… [41:30] Bioregulator peptides for prostate issues… [43:52] Growth hormone secretagogues: do they work, how do you monitor them, ect… [47:00] Are you a mouth breather?.. [50:41] Study on regeneration of the thymus gland using DHEA, metformin and growth hormone… [54:14] Do you see people whose bodies do not like secretagogues?.. [56:30] Thoughts on senolytics? What are the best senolytics… [67:45] How to save peptides and why does the FDA want to take them away?.. Follow Nat: Facebook Facebook Group Instagram Work with Nat: Book Your 20 MInute Optimization Consult
As part of our “TODAY's Checklist” series, NBC News medical contributor Dr. Natalie Azar has what you need to know about diabetes. Plus, catching up with June Diane Raphael — all about her new film, “8-Bit Christmas.” Also, it's Make Ahead Monday! Skyler Bouchard, also known as “Dining with Skyler,” has a twist on the classic chicken pot pie.
Today, I am blessed to have here with me Nina Teicholz. She is an investigative science journalist and leader in nutrition reporting who is challenging the conventional wisdom on dietary fat–particularly, whether saturated fat causes heart disease and whether fat really makes you fat. The New York Times bestselling author of The Big Fat Surprise. Teicholz also serves as Executive Director of The Nutrition Coalition, an independent non-profit group that promotes evidence-based nutrition policy. She is one of a new generation of researchers arguing that diets lower in carbohydrates are a scientifically sound approach for reversing nutrition-related diseases. For more than half a century, we've been told to eat a diet high in grains, low in fat, saturated fat (and cholesterol), but the last two decades of research have led a growing number of scientists to conclude that this diet, despite being rigorously tested, could never be shown to prevent any kind of disease. Teicholz's work also explains why this diet has remained official policy for so long: the roles played by crusading scientists, the food industry, and more. In this episode, Nina opens the show by explaining her obsession with studying fat. Nina realized that people were afraid to talk about fat because the food industry was pushing their agenda. Nina explains what was wrong in the 1950s, leading most people to believe that saturated fats and dietary cholesterol cause heart disease. Later, we talk about why the American Heart Association gets so many health facts wrong. Tune in as Nina busts common myths around red meat and who is really pushing vegan and vegetarian diets. Order Keto Flex: http://www.ketoflexbook.com -------------------------------------------------------- / / E P I S O D E S P ON S O R S PureForm Omega Plant Based Oils (Best Alternative to Fish Oil): http://www.purelifescience.com Use ben4 for $4.00 off. Upgraded Formulas Hair Mineral Deficiency Analysis & Supplements: http://www.upgradedformulas.com Use BEN10 at checkout for 10% off your order. Paleo Valley beef sticks, apple cider vinegar complex, organ meat complex & more. Use the coupon code KETOKAMP15 over at https://paleovalley.com/ to receive 15% off your entire order. Text me the words "Podcast" +1 (786) 364-5002 to be added to my contacts list. [03:00] Why Nina Became Obsessed With Studying Fats Nina was assigned to write a story on trans-fat. During her research, Nina came across studies pointing out the flaws in a low-fat diet. However, so many scientists at universities were terrified to talk to Nina about fat. Why? Because people in the food industry were paid to give scientists a hard time. Nina realized there was something really wrong going on here that had such enormous implications. Nutrition science from the very beginning has been heavily influenced by the food industry. For instance, the vegetable oil industry wanted to go after people for attacking vegetable oils in any way. You see the same tactics happening today on social media. [08:55] Polyunsaturated Fats vs. Saturated Fats vs. Monounsaturated Fats Fatty acids are long carbon chains. Poly means many. Polyunsaturated fats have many double bonds. Each time there's a double bond in the chain, it kinks the chain. Some examples of polyunsaturated fats: Corn oil Safflower oil Sunflower oil Canola oil Monounsaturated fats are the same carbon chain but with one double bond. If you want to use oil, it's better to use olive oil because it only has one double bond. Saturated means that the carbon chain is statured with hydrogen, and there is no double bond. It is a flat chain, and it makes a solid like butter. Saturated fats are actually the best for cooking, and they're the healthiest for eating because they do not oxidize or cause inflammation. [17:55] What Went Wrong In The 1950s With Ancel Keys and President Eisenhower The idea that fat, cholesterol, and animal foods are bad for health began in the 1950s. The US was really in a panic over the rising tide of heart disease, which had been virtually nonexistent in the early 1900s. In the 1930s, heart disease became the number one killer. A panic started when President Eisenhower himself had a heart attack in 1955. Eisenhower's doctor was convinced by Ancel Keys that saturated fats and dietary cholesterol cause heart disease. Plus, Ancel Keys got his ideas adopted by the American Heart Association. Ancel came out with a statement saying to avoid saturated fat and cholesterol in order to prevent heart attacks. We are still dealing with this in 2021. [23:00] Why Are Seed Oils Approved by the American Heart Association? How is it possible for the American Heart Association to continue to ignore so much scientific literature? More than 20 papers published in the field have concluded that we got it wrong on saturated fats. There is no data to justify the authorities' limits on these seed oils. It's challenging to trust the government with our health when they recommend seed oils. [31:00] Sorry Vegans, Meat-Eating Is Healthy For Humans Nina did not know how controversial red meat was until she put a picture of it on the cover of her book. Sadly, many people think that if you eat meat, you're a bad person, you don't believe in climate change, and you're not doing your part to protect the climate. There's this moral revulsion that has been created against meat. Influencers in the spheres of science and public health have vilified one of the healthiest foods on the planet. Meat was developed by humans in order to have a convenient and cheap source of protein. [33:15] Myth: Meat Causes Diabetes Diabetes is caused by elevated blood sugars. Sugar causes elevated blood sugars, so do carbs. Where's the sugar in meat? It's just nonexistent. It's impossible that meat would cause diabetes. Red meat consumption has gone down around 28% since 1970. Whereas, diabetes has skyrocketed out of control. [34:15] Myth: Red Meat Causes Colorectal Cancer The WHO decided that red meat and processed meats cause colorectal cancer. This decision was based on these kinds of weak science called epidemiological or observational studies that show associations instead of causation. The data they used was self-reported dietary data, and we all lie about what we eat. There needs to be a more significant discussion about the bias against red meat. [38:30] Why People Are Pushing Vegetarian and Vegan Diets The animal rights movement does not want people eating animals. The Seventh Day Adventist Church has a religious belief that people should eat a vegan diet.Plus, the food industry has an enormous investment in plant-based foods. Also, many companies want to hop on the climate change bandwagon. Many vegan burgers have vegetable oils that are not healthy. [41:30] Myth: There's a Correlation Between Red Meat Consumption and Heart Disease The original reason that red meat was thought to cause heart disease was based the fact that it contains saturated fat and cholesterol. However, research shows that saturated fat and cholesterol do not cause heart disease. Therefore, foods containing saturated fat and cholesterol don't cause heart disease. The correlation between saturated fat, cholesterol, and heart disease has been more rigorously and extensively studied than almost any other scientific question in the history of nutrition science. [47:15] Which To Cut First: Smoking Cigarettes, Processed Sugars, or Vegetable Oils People smoked historically for hundreds of years tobacco, but they did not get cancer or heart disease until the introduction of sugar. Nina says that smoking is probably safer than processed sugars or vegetable oils. Between sugar and vegetable oils, Nina says that vegetable oils are safer. People who go low-carb will see massive improvements even if they continue to use vegetable oils. AND MUCH MORE! Resources from this episode: Check out Nina's Website: https://ninateicholz.com Follow Nina Teicholz Twitter: https://twitter.com/bigfatsurprise Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NinaTeicholz/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ninateicholz/ Get The Big Fat Surprise: Why Butter, Meat and Cheese Belong in a Healthy Diet: https://www.amazon.com/Big-Fat-Surprise-Butter-Healthy/dp/1451624433/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 Order Keto Flex: http://www.ketoflexbook.com -------------------------------------------------------- / / E P I S O D E S P ON S O R S PureForm Omega Plant Based Oils (Best Alternative to Fish Oil): http://www.purelifescience.com Use ben4 for $4.00 off. Upgraded Formulas Hair Mineral Deficiency Analysis & Supplements: http://www.upgradedformulas.com Use BEN10 at checkout for 10% off your order. 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