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Sports RD Snippets
Football Training Camp w/Peter Ritz: Northwestern University

Sports RD Snippets

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 66:45


Training Camp is HERE! Peter Ritz talks all about his role as an Advanced Clinical Dietitian for Football, and shares early lessons learned in his career as a Sports RD. Veteran and experienced Sports RD's also share their advice for students working their first training camp! Is being a Football Only Sports RD for you? Find out in this episode! Peter Ritz is currently an Advanced Clinical Dietitian with Northwestern Medicine serving as the team dietitian for Northwestern Football. Peter came to the program in March of 2020 after three years working with Virginia Tech. In addition to providing clinical nutrition counseling and education, Peter is also heavily involved in the department's research and sports science efforts. A Texas native, he earned Bachelor's degrees in both Nutritional Science and Kinesiology at Texas A&M in 2015, and a master's degree concentrated in Applied Nutrition and Physical Activity at Virginia Tech in 2019. Peter is a Registered Dietitian and a Board Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics with 9 years of experience working within college athletics, specifically college football. He was awarded with the 2018-2019 CPSDA Research Grant for his work entitled "The Omega-3 Status of Collegiate Athletes" which he presented in May of 2019 at the CPSDA Annual Meeting and was recently published. Links to his most publications will be linked in the show notes. Dietary and Biological Assessment of the Omega-3 Status of Collegiate Athletes: A Cross-Sectional Analysis https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0228834 Gatorade Sports Science Exchange #212: Promoting Optimal Omega-3 Fatty Acid Status in Athletes https://www.gssiweb.org/en/sports-science-exchange/Article/promoting-optimal-omega-3-fatty-acid-status-in-athletes This episode is sponsored by Momentous! Visit their website at livemomentous.com and use the code RDSNIPPETS at checkout to get 20% off your order!

A Gutsy Girl
Top Dietary Change You Can Make Today {Episode 45, AGG Bites #4}

A Gutsy Girl

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 13:02


From the show:Healthy Food Ingredients {Ditch Processed Food}NOVA ClassificationFrom A Gutsy Girl:A Gutsy Girl's Bible: a 21-day approach to healing the gutGut Healing for BeginnersHealing Blooms from Within: a 90-day gut healing journey journalHire A Gutsy Girl to speak at your next eventA Gutsy Girl InstagramA Gutsy Girl YouTubeFREE resource: Master Gutsy SpreadsheetRated-G email club

High Intensity Health Radio with Mike Mutzel, MS
High Triglycerides more Problematic than High LDL Cholesterol, Science You Should Know

High Intensity Health Radio with Mike Mutzel, MS

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 24:55


The consensus in the medical community about the importance of low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C) reduction is finally shifting. Ample research shows that elevated triglycerides and triglyceride-related lipoproteins are more problematic than LDL-C when it comes to the risk of heart and metabolic disease. This new Electrolyte + Creatine Combo can help you crush your next workout: https://bit.ly/electrolyte-stix Use code podcast at checkout to save Enroll in the Blood Work MasterClass Live, our next call is Tuesday August 2nd, 2022: https://bit.ly/blood-work-masterclass Link to Video and Research:  Time Stamps: bit.ly/3JjJTbH 0:45 Triglyceride-rich lipoprotein is a hallmark of diabetic dyslipidemia. It cannot be controlled by statins.  4:50 Remnant cholesterol is independently associated with the onset of diabetes.  5:33 Remnant lipoproteins are a consequence of lipid absorption from the GI tract.  6:50 Apo-B is on the extra cellular surface of atherogenic vLDL, IDL, LDL, and remnant lipoprotein.  7:40 HDL have the Apo-A1 protein on the extra-cellular surface.  8:35 Test your Apo-B to Apo-A1 ratio and your vLDL, LDL and remnant lipoprotein assessment.  9:15 IDL and vLDL are enriched in triglycerides and cholesterol and drive inflammatory processes. 9:45 Statins are anti-inflammatory.  10:45 Remnant lipoproteins drive metabolic disease by increasing ectopic lipid deposition.   11:35 Remnant lipoproteins induce endothelial dysfunction. 12:00 Clotting cascades can be driven by remnant lipoproteins.  13:35 Remnant lipoproteins can penetrate the arterial wall and become trapped and oxidized, creating plaque. 15:00 Remnant triglyceride rich lipoproteins are more atherogenic than LDL cholesterol. 15:50 Dietary fat composition can render lipoproteins more oxidizable.  17:00 Request the labs listed on page 1 of the Bloodwork Cheat Sheet. Do fasted labs then non-fasted lipid levels.  18:15 Lipid Load Test: if your blood triglycerides are more than 220 nanograms/ml, you have difficulty processing fats in the post meal window. 18:55 Lose weight, especially around the abdomen.  19:35 Eat a low carb diet. 20:05 Exercise regularly, both resistance training and aerobic exercise. 20:25 Statins lower triglycerides 20 to 30%. They also induce insulin resistance, which increases triglycerides. 20:55 Omega 3 fats reduce triglycerides. Test your omega 3s. 23:05 Optimal fasting triglycerides are around 60 and 70. Postprandial triglycerides should be less than 180.

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 07.28.22

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 60:12 Very Popular


Videos: Stunning AI shows how it would remove humans. w Elon Musk. Elon Musk's Last Warning 2022 – “I Tried To Warn You The Last Few Years” (BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE!!!) A terrifying prediction for 2030 (the Great Reset) Inflation Will Wipe Out 50% of Population, It's the End of America Warns Robert Kiyosaki Diets high in N-3 polyunsaturated fats may help decrease risk of breast cancer A new study evaluates associations between breast cancer risk and intake of n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids, based on menopause status North American Menopause Society, July 27, 2022 Diet has long been reported to potentially affect breast cancer risk. Growing evidence suggests that n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) may play a role in the pathogenesis of breast cancer. A new study documents an inverse association between breast cancer risk and n-3 PUFA consumption, especially in premenopausal women who are obese.  Previous studies have been conducted to investigate the association of n-3 PUFAs with breast cancer risk but have shown mixed results. Many of these studies were performed only in postmenopausal women because the peak age for breast cancer is 60 to 70 years in western countries, whereas it is age 40 to 50 years in Asian countries. In this latest hospital-based, case-control study including nearly 1,600 cases, researchers not only examined the association between the intake of n-3 PUFAs in general with breast cancer, but they also looked at the effect of individual n-3 PUFAs. Good sources of n-3 PUFAs include fish, vegetable oil, nuts (especially walnuts), flax seeds and flaxseed oil, and leafy vegetables. Because the human body does not produce n-3 fatty acids naturally, these food sources are essential. The study concluded that a higher intake of marine n-3 PUFAs and total n-3 PUFAs was associated with a lower risk of breast cancer. Dietary a-linolenic acid, eicosapentaenoic acid, docosapentaenoic acid, and docosahexaenoic acid also were inversely associated with breast cancer risk. Such inverse associations were more evident in premenopausal women and women with certain types of breast tumors. In addition, a decreased risk of breast cancer was significantly associated with increasing n-3 PUFA intake in women who were overweight or obese but not in women of normal weight. There was a significant interaction between linoleic acid and marine n-3 PUFAs. Zinc can halt the growth of cancer cells, study reveals University of Texas Arlington,  July 22, 2022  Research out of the University of Texas at Arlington has found that zinc is integral in cancer prevention, particularly cancer of the esophagus. By the way, previous research had determined the importance of zinc and its protective effect for the esophagus; however, scientists were never sure exactly why this was so. Researchers out of the UTA College of Nursing and Health Innovation partnered with an experienced esophageal cancer researcher. Their efforts determined that zinc actually targets esophageal cancer cells while leaving normal cells alone. It seems that it works by impeding overactive calcium signaling in the cancer cells, which isn't a problem in normal cells. In this way, zinc inhibits cancer selectively, only in the cells that are exhibiting this behavior. Supplementation of just 15 mg of zinc daily has been found to improve T-cell functioning and increase the body's ability to fight infection, according University of Florida researchers.  Harm from blue light exposure increases with age, research suggests Oregon State University, July 27, 2022 The damaging effects of daily, lifelong exposure to the blue light emanating from phones, computers and household fixtures worsen as a person ages, new research by Oregon State University suggests. The study, published today in Aging, involved Drosophila melanogaster, the common fruit fly, an important model organism because of the cellular and developmental mechanisms it shares with other animals and humans. Jaga Giebultowicz, a researcher in the OSU College of Science who studies biological clocks, led a collaboration that examined the survival rate of flies kept in darkness and then moved at progressively older ages to an environment of constant blue light from light-emitting diodes, or LEDs. The darkness-to-light transitions occurred at the ages of two, 20, 40 and 60 days, and the study involved blue light's effect on the mitochondria of the flies' cells. “The novel aspect of this new study is showing that chronic exposure to blue light can impair energy-producing pathways even in cells that are not specialized in sensing light,” Giebultowicz said. “We determined that specific reactions in mitochondria were dramatically reduced by blue light, while other reactions were decreased by age independent of blue light. You can think of it as blue light exposure adding insult to injury in aging flies.” The scientists note that natural light is crucial for a person's circadian rhythm—the 24-hour cycle of physiological processes such as brain wave activity, hormone production and cell regeneration that are important factors in eating and sleeping patterns. But there is evidence suggesting that increased exposure to artificial light is a risk factor for sleep and circadian disorders, Giebultowicz said. And with the prevalent use of LED lighting and device displays, humans are subjected to increasing amounts of light in the blue spectrum since commonly used LEDs emit a high fraction of blue light. In the earlier research, flies subjected to daily cycles of 12 hours in light and 12 hours in darkness had shorter lives compared to flies kept in total darkness or those kept in light with the blue wavelengths filtered out. The flies exposed to blue light showed damage to their retinal cells and brain neurons and had impaired locomotion—the flies' ability to climb the walls of their enclosures, a common behavior, was diminished. Amla Extract May Boost Endotheial Function, Immune Response and More Nizam Institute of Medical Sciences (India), July 18, 2022 Endothelial dysfunction (ED) has been observed in individuals with metabolic syndrome (MetS) and contributes to the initiation and progression of atherosclerosis. The primary management of MetS involves lifestyle modifications and treatment of its individual components with drugs all of which have side effects. Thus, it would be of advantageous if natural products would be used as adjuncts or substitutes for conventional drugs. The aim of the present study was to evaluate the effect of standardized aqueous extract of fruits of amla (P. emblica) 250 mg and 500 mg twice daily on ED, oxidative stress, systemic inflammation and lipid profile in subjects with MetS. Out of 65 screened subjects all 59 enrolled completed the study. Amla aqueous extract (PEE), 250 mg and 500 mg twice daily dosing, showed significant reduction in mean RI, measure of endothelial function, at 8 and 12 weeks compared to baseline and placebo. PEE 500 mg twice daily was significantly more efficacious than the 250 mg twice daily and placebo. No participant discontinued the study because of adverse events. Amla aqueous extract significantly improved endothelial function, oxidative stress, systemic inflammation and lipid profile at both dosages tested, but especially at 500 mg twice daily. Thus, this product may be used as an adjunct to conventional therapy (lifestyle modification and pharmacological intervention) in the management of metabolic syndrome. Histamine-producing gut bacteria can trigger chronic abdominal pain McMaster University and Queen's University (Ontario), July 27 ,2022 Researchers from McMaster University and Queen's University have discovered a gut bacterial “super-producer” of histamine that can cause pain flare-ups in some patients with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). The culprit is what has now been named Klebsiella aerogenes, identified in up to 25 percent of gut microbiota samples from patients with IBS. Researchers examined stool microbiota samples from both Canadian and American patient cohorts. “We followed up these patients for several months and found high levels of stool histamine at the time when the patients reported severe pain, and low stool histamine when they were pain-free,” said senior author Premysl Bercik, professor of medicine of McMaster's School of Medicine. The McMaster-Queen's research team pinpointed the bacterium Klebsiella aerogenes as the key histamine producer by studying germ-free mice colonized with gut microbiota from patients with IBS. They also colonized some mice with gut microbiota from healthy volunteers as a control group. The study found that the bacterium Klebsiella aerogenes converts dietary histidine, an essential amino acid present in animal and plant protein, into histamine, a known mediator of pain. The bacterial histamine then activates the gut immune system through histamine-4 receptor, which draws immune mast cells into the intestines. These activated mast cells produce even more histamine and other pain-signaling mediators, triggering inflammation and pain. The study found that when the mice colonized with histamine producing bacteria were fed a diet low in fermentable carbohydrates, bacterial histamine production dramatically decreased. This was due to change in bacterial fermentation and acidity within the gut, which inhibited the bacterial enzyme responsible for histamine production. Bercik said that these results explain the beneficial effects of a low fermentable diet observed in patients with IBS. Eating more ultra-processed foods associated with increased risk of dementia Tianjin Medical University (China), July 27, 2022 People who eat the highest amounts of ultra-processed foods like soft drinks, chips and cookies may have a higher risk of developing dementia than those who eat the lowest amounts, according to a new study published in the online issue of Neurology. Researchers also found that replacing ultra-processed foods in a person's diet with unprocessed or minimally processed foods was associated with a lower risk. The study does not prove that ultra-processed foods cause dementia. It only shows an association. Ultra-processed foods are high in added sugar, fat and salt, and low in protein and fiber. They include soft drinks, salty and sugary snacks, ice cream, sausage, deep-fried chicken, yogurt, canned baked beans and tomatoes, ketchup, mayonnaise, packaged guacamole and hummus, packaged breads and flavored cereals. For the study, researchers identified 72,083 people from the UK Biobank, a large database containing the health information of half a million people living in the United Kingdom. Participants were age 55 and older and did not have dementia at the start of the study. They were followed for an average of 10 years. By the end of the study, 518 people were diagnosed with dementia. Researchers determined how much ultra-processed food people ate by calculating the grams per day and comparing it to the grams per day of other foods to create a percentage of their daily diet. They then divided participants into four equal groups from lowest percentage consumption of ultra-processed foods to highest. After adjusting for age, gender, family history of dementia and heart disease and other factors that could affect risk of dementia, researchers found that for every 10% increase in daily intake of ultra-processed foods, people had a 25% higher risk of dementia. Researchers also used study data to estimate what would happen if a person substituted 10% of ultra-processed foods with unprocessed or minimally processed foods, like fresh fruit, vegetables, legumes, milk and meat. They found that such a substitution was associated with a 19% lower risk of dementia. “Our results also show increasing unprocessed or minimally processed foods by only 50 grams a day, which is equivalent to half an apple, a serving of corn, or a bowl of bran cereal, and simultaneously decreasing ultra-processed foods by 50 grams a day, equivalent to a chocolate bar or a serving of fish sticks, is associated with 3% decreased risk of dementia,” said Li. “It's encouraging to know that small and manageable changes in diet may make a difference in a person's risk of dementia.”

When Autumn Comes
Summer Series | Cruising

When Autumn Comes

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 19:06


This week Amy from Floyo Travel is sharing tips and tricks for cruise ship travel. She is also talking about traveling as a family with special dietary needs. Join her and Suz as they continue the When Summer Comes Series. We are keeping these episodes short and sweet, and packed full of travel tips for medically complex, disabled families.  Topics discussed that you do not want to miss: Dietary needs and feeding supplies Secret cruise ship tips Trip insurance for medically complex families  Travel precautions and resources Links and resources: Connect with Amy: www.floyotravel.com  Do you love WAC? We are independently produced and would appreciate your support. Join the HOPE FULL Community on patreon and help us keep the lights on while connecting with more families!! www.patreon.com/suzgeoghegan Freebies for you: www.SuzGeoghegan.com/Freebies  Follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/WhenAutumnComesPodcast Join the WAC Society to talk about all things pod related: www.facebook.com/WhenAutumnComesSociety Follow us on Instagram: @WhenAutumnComesPodcast Catch up with Suz: @suzgeoghegan on insta Make sure you hit SUBSCRIBE so you don't miss out on our upcoming stories from other members of our medical and disabled community.  And, if you enjoyed this episode, please leave us a 5 star rating and a review!  Thank You! 

The Plant Path
The Herbalist's Approach to Liver Heat

The Plant Path

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 12:38


Your liver is responsible for metabolizing every waste product that your body produces, as well as everything you put into your body, good and bad. In this way, the liver is central to the health of the entire body, for it is a nutrient storehouse and makes sure everything stays pure and clean. When its functioning becomes affiliated, it can lead to a number of health concerns, both on the physical level and the psychological emotional levels. One of the most prevalent and disabling ones is headaches. By supporting your liver, you can resolve the very source that causes headaches and find long-term relief.    In today's episode, you'll learn: The liver's function in the body Two tissue states the liver is prone to The connection between a stagnated liver and “liver heat rising” Herbal categories to use to balance these tissue states Specific herbs for liver heat Dietary recommendations for a healthy liver Emotional correspondences of the liver ———————————— CONNECT WITH SAJAH AND WHITNEY ———————————— To get free in depth mini-courses and videos, visit our blog at:  http://www.evolutionaryherbalism.com   Get daily inspiration and plant wisdom on our Facebook and Instagram channels: http://www.facebook.com/EvolutionaryHerbalism https://www.instagram.com/evolutionary_herbalism/   Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyP63opAmcpIAQg1M9ShNSQ   Get a free 5-week course when you buy a copy of the book, Evolutionary Herbalism:https://www.evolutionaryherbalism.com/evolutionary-herbalism-book/   ———————————— ABOUT THE PLANT PATH ———————————— The Plant Path is a window into the world of herbal medicine. With perspectives gleaned from traditional Western herbalism, Ayurveda, Chinese Medicine, Alchemy, Medical Astrology, and traditional cultures from around the world, The Plant Path provides unique insights, skills and strategies for the practice of true holistic herbalism. From clinical to spiritual perspectives, we don't just focus on what herbs are "good for," but rather who they are as intelligent beings, and how we can work with them to heal us physically and consciously evolve.   ———————————— ABOUT SAJAH ———————————— Sajah Popham is the author of Evolutionary Herbalism and the founder of the School of Evolutionary Herbalism, where he trains herbalists in a holistic system of plant medicine that encompasses clinical Western herbalism, medical astrology, Ayurveda, and spagyric alchemy. His mission is to develop a comprehensive approach that balances the science and spirituality of plant medicine, focusing on using plants to heal and rejuvenate the body, clarify the mind, open the heart, and support the development of the soul. This is only achieved through understanding and working with the chemical, energetic, and spiritual properties of the plants. His teachings embody a heartfelt respect, honor and reverence for the vast intelligence of plants in a way that empowers us to look deeper into the nature of our medicines and ourselves. He lives on a homestead in the foothills of Mt. Baker Washington with his wife Whitney where he teaches, consults clients, and prepares spagyric herbal medicines.    ———————————— WANT TO FEATURE US ON YOUR PODCAST? ———————————— If you'd like to interview Sajah or Whitney to be on your podcast, click here to fill out an interview request form.

Garage Conversations with Char
More Tiny Health Jewels: Joint Health

Garage Conversations with Char

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 73:15


ReferencesKickoff!Xiaoqian Liu, Gustavo C Machado, Jillian P Eyles, Varshini Ravi, and David J Hunter, “Dietary supplements for treating osteoarthritis: a systematic review and meta-analysis,” Br J Sports Med, 2018;52:167–175. doi:10.1136/bjsports-2016-097333.Podcast editing by: reliable_sounds

Straight A Nursing
Isoniazid NCLEX Review: Episode 233

Straight A Nursing

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 25:47 Very Popular


I mentioned isoniazid in episode 218 when we talked about tuberculosis, so if you're interested in some exponential learning, make sure you go back and listen to that episode as well. In this episode you'll learn: How isoniazid works Why it's especially useful in tuberculosis meningitis How isoniazid is administered and in what forms The most important factor when it comes to taking isoniazid Dietary considerations Signs of serious adverse effects and what to watch for And so much more! Want to maximize your learning by reading this information, too? Check out the article and references here. What UNIT CONVERSIONS do you need to know to safely administer medications? Grab the FREE Guide! Get Organized for Nursing School! Don't get overwhelmed….get organized in this self-paced 5-day challenge.     RATE, REVIEW AND FOLLOW! If this episode helped you, please take a moment to rate and review the show! This helps others find the podcast, which helps me help even more people :-) Click here, scroll to the bottom, then simply tap to rate with 5 stars and select, "write a review." I'd love to hear how the podcast has helped you! If you're not following yet, what are you waiting for? It takes just a quick moment and the episodes show up like magic every Thursday. And, when I release a bonus episode, those show up, too! You'll never miss a thing! In Apple Podcasts, just click on the three little dots in the upper right corner here. Know someone who would also love to study with me? Share the show or share specific episodes with your classmates...when we all work together, we all succeed! On Apple Podcasts, the SHARE link is in the same drop-down as the follow link. Spread the love! Thanks for studying with me! Nurse Mo

The Aliquot Preview
PREVIEW Aliquot #61: How dietary fiber influences metabolic health

The Aliquot Preview

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 32:02 Very Popular


Dietary fiber is a broad term that refers to the non-digestible components of fruits and vegetables. Gut microbes break down certain types of fiber, releasing micronutrients trapped in the fiber matrix and producing beneficial metabolic byproducts, such as short-chain fatty acids. Fiber exerts a wide array of beneficial health effects, influencing metabolic health, and may be an important, if overlooked, component of ketogenic diets.  In this Aliquot, Dr. Michael Snyder, Dr. Dominic D'Agostino, and Dr. Rhonda Patrick discuss the benefits of dietary fiber.   00:00:00 - Introduction 00:00:44 - The gut microbiome influences glucose and cholesterol regulation 00:07:25 - Benefits of including a variety of fibers on a ketogenic diet 00:10:51 - Titrating carbohydrates when beginning a ketogenic diet reduces side effects 00:20:30 - Eating fiber-rich foods optimizes the health benefits of a ketogenic diet   Watch the full interview featuring Dr. Snyder: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eHJXh5zvOHU&t=0s   FoundMyFitness episode page: https://www.foundmyfitness.com/episodes/michael-snyder    Watch the first full interview featuring Dr. D'Agostino: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vuIlsN32WaE   FoundMyFitness episode page: https://www.foundmyfitness.com/episodes/dominic-dagostino   Watch the second full interview featuring Dr. D'Agostino: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nUoCasS4Evg   FoundMyFitness episode page: https://www.foundmyfitness.com/episodes/dominic-dagostino-2 Get more Aliquots! Become a FMF Premium member and get full access to our members-only podcast, The Aliquot, plus live Q&As with Rhonda, biweekly Science Digest emails, and more. Learn more and sign up at: https://www.foundmyfitness.com/aliquot

Renegade Nutrition
Autoimmune Disease - Find Healing and Get Your Life Back - with Dr. Julia Buchkina

Renegade Nutrition

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 83:01


Dr. Julia Buchkina joins us on this episode of the Renegade Nutrition podcast to discuss Autoimmune Disease and the dietary and lifestyle changes that can transform your life and halt or even reverse the condition. In this episode we discuss: Dr. Buchkina's journey to becoming an MD, and then from an MD to a Functional Medicine doctor What functional medicine is and isn't, and how it differs from conventional medicine The limits of conventional medicine and how functional medicine can fill the gaps Dr. Buchkina's own story of dealing with and healing from autoimmune disease What an autoimmune disease is, and how they develop Testing methods for autoimmune disease, and symptomology Dietary and lifestyle changes that can halt and even reverse the progression of autoimmune disease How you can or a loved one can find healing today Dr. Buchkina's information: Her practice: Upstream Functional Medicine - 319-471-4727 https://upstreamfm.com Find her on social media! Instagram: @juliabuchkinamd --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elanie-welch/support

Chasing Consciousness
Alex Laird - MOOD FOOD: THE GUT, DIET AND INFLAMMATION

Chasing Consciousness

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 97:16


In this episode we learn everything we need about how food relates to our mood and state of mind. We're going to lay out the fundamentals of how different food groups and qualities of food influence directly our mental and physical health; how the gut species depletion and inflammation are key consequences of the changes we're seeing in western industrial diet, and we can counter that tendency with some simple tricks. Alex Laird is a medical herbalist with more than 20 years' clinical experience. Trained in biomedicine and plant pharmacology, she treats patients in the only NHS herbal clinic based in a UK hospital at Whipps Cross, and she is a fellow and council member of the College of Practitioners of Phytotherapy (CPP). She worked with Breast Cancer Haven UK for 20 years, using nutritional therapies for cancer. Alex has undertaken clinical research, is a visiting lecturer, has published numerous research papers, and is the co-founder of the charity Living Medicine. She is also the author of the new book ‘Root to stem' which talks about seasonal foods and remedies for strong health and immunity that can be found growing literally in the hedgerow around your house! Please buy me a coffee if you're enjoying the show here What we talk about: 05:00 An epiphany with nature 07:00 Nutritional Psychiatry and the Gut microbiome 08:40 Evolution with unrefined foods VS modern refined sugars 17:00 The need for minerals and phytonutrients 13:10 High protein/ lo-carb approaches 18:10 Variety is key, the research says 20:20 Phytotherapy 21:20 Inflammation explained 26:30 Acidification and pH in the body 33:00 The gut microbiome 40:00 Reciprocity in nature and life: Feeding diversity 44:00 Crucial gut and fecal microbes via vaginal birth 46:00 Contact with soil and pets (spores, fecal microbes) 46:30 Immune response load needed regularly to maintain health 48:30 The overuse of antibiotics in humans and animals 50:20 Gut disbiosis explained and solutions 55:50 Immunity evolved alongside bacteria and viruses and needs their load 58:30 Supporting Innate and adaptive immunity 1:00:00 Germ theory 2.0? - healthy immune response load 1:04:00 The ‘Root to Stem' philosophy - Diversity, reciprocity, interconnectivity 06:00 Our relationship to the seasons sustained by seasonal foods 06:55 Reconnecting to nature, ourselves and to community 01:09:10 Plant medicines we might not be aware of 01:10:25 Phytonutrients explained 01:15:30 Dietary fibres and prebiotics 01:18:10 Fermented foods and probiotics 01:24:00 Connection to nature 01:28:00 Sacred = in service to life References: Alex Laird's association 'Living Medicine' Breast Cancer Haven UK Graham Rook, Old Friends Hypothesis, UCL Karin Moelling - ‘Viruses, more friends than foes' Tim Spector, British epidemiologist and gut microbiome specialist The College of Practitioners of Phytotherapy www.thecpp.uk www.herbalalliance.uk European Scientific Cooperative on Phytotherapy www.escop.com Association of Foragers https://foragers-association.org

Nutrition with Judy
Vitamin A and Copper Toxicity: Opposing Thoughts on Dietary Interventions - Dr. Garrett Smith

Nutrition with Judy

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 86:36 Very Popular


I'm excited to sit down with Dr. Garrett Smith. We talk about how liver and bile imbalances can cause health problems and much more. Make sure to listen to the full interview to learn more. .Dr. Garrett Smith is a licensed Naturopathic Medical Doctor in Arizona. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Physiology and a minor in Nutrition. He is also a certified strength and conditioning specialist. He is the founder of the Love your Liver program and Nutrition Detective website.Dr. Garrett Smith has worked in the medical field for over 15 years. He's also worked in the strength & conditioning fitness industry for 12 years. It was his work in the fitness field that sparked his interest in nutrition.We discuss the following: All about Dr. Garrett SmithHow liver and bile imbalances can cause health problemsBloodwork that can measure bile acidAll about fatty liver diseaseThoughts on non-alcoholic fatty liverHigh fat and fatty liver Thoughts on cod liver oilThoughts on copper toxicityThoughts on a zero vitamin A dietHow long does it take to detox from vitamin A?Testosterone and vitamin ACopper toxicity from IUDThoughts on lactoferrinWhere to find Dr. Garrett Smith_____RESOURCESHair Mineral Analysis TestWebsite: https://nutritiondetective.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheNutritionDetective/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nutritiondetective/Twitter: https://twitter.com/NutriDetectYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/nutritiondetectiveLove Your Liver program: https://members.nutritiondetective.com/Truths about Vitamin A and Toxicity from Foods part 1: https://youtu.be/vS0eZK5LIkEVitamin A Toxicity part 2: https://youtu.be/6XR80Jgfhfg____CHECK OUT MY BOOK, Carnivore CureSIGN UP FOR MY WEEKLY NEWSLETTER_____ ADDITIONAL RESOURCESNutrition with Judy ArticlesNutrition with Judy ResourcesCutting Against the Grain Podcast_____ FIND ME

Defiant Health Radio with Dr. William Davis
The Low-Fat Dietary Disaster

Defiant Health Radio with Dr. William Davis

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 28:21


Make no mistake: the low-fat dietary message of the last 50+ years has been a huge disaster. Coupled with predatory practices of Big Food companies, the result is the world's worst epidemics of obesity and overweight, type 2 diabetes, fatty liver, and Alzheimer's dementia in the history of humans on this planet. Yet there has been no attempt by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, USDA, or any other agency to retract this awful and disastrous message. Beyond the obvious consequences, there are many other less obvious consequences. Let's talk about those less well-recognized, yet still with profound effects for health, of the awful advice to cut dietary fat. Then let's talk about solutions to this mess.Get your Paleovalley discount on fermented grass-fed beef sticks, Bone Broth Collagen, and low-carb snack bars:Use the coupon code "Defiant" for an additional 15% discount. Go to this page on the Paleovalley website, enter the code and the discount will be automatically applied to your order:https://paleovalley.com/offers/grass-fed-beef-sticks-bk-lt-promo/defiant?uid=123&oid=2&affid=73310% discount for Layer Origin human milk oligosaccharide (HMO) products:Use discount code "DRDAVIS" (not case-sensitive) and order here:https://layerorigin.com/?ref=drwilliamdavis More about my new book, Super Gut: A Four-Week Plan to Reprogram Your Microbiome, Restore Health, and Lose Weight, including extras for anyone pre-ordering before Feb 1, 2022 release:https://www.wheatbellyblog.com/super-gut/For more information on Dr. Davis' programs:Books:Super Gut: The 4-Week Plan to Reprogram Your Microbiome, Restore Health, and Lose WeightWheat Belly: Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight and Find Your Path Back to Health; revised & expanded editionWheat Belly 10-Day Grain DetoxWheat Belly 30-Minute (Or Less!) CookbookUndoctored: Why Health Care Has Failed You and How You Can Become Smarter Than Your DoctorOnline media:Dr. Davis Infinite Health Blog: www.wheatbellyblog.comDr. Davis Infinite Health Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/OfficialWheatBelly/Wheat Belly 10-Day Grain Detox private Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/527516110738721/Dr. Davis Infinite Health Inner Circle (membership website with direct interaction with Dr. Davis):InnerCircle.Undoctored.comYouTube Channel:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZp4ONYOXZkf92UxxNnAiKQAnd, of course, subscribe to the Defiant Health podcast through your favorite podcast directory!

Optimal Health Daily
1790: Minimal Wellness Dietary Principles - Part 1: Whole Foods by Becca Shern

Optimal Health Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 10:23 Very Popular


Becca Shern of Minimal Wellness shares her dietary principles. Episode 1790: Minimal Wellness Dietary Principles - Part 1: Whole Foods by Becca Shern of Minimal Wellness on Nutrition Tips Becca Shern is the founder of MinimalWellness.com and is a Registered Dietitian, foodie, wellness nerd, recreational athlete, and mom. She started Minimal Wellness to help people find, navigate, and enjoy the simple path to optimal health. Eliminating the “junk” (foods, advice, stuff, excuses, distractions) helps us focus on the critical components of wellness, enabling us to be healthier, happier, and more fulfilled. Find more information about her at MinimalWellness.com. The original post is located here: http://minimalwellness.com/wholefoods/ InsideTracker's patented algorithm analyzes your biometric data and offers you a clearer picture than you've ever had before of what's going on inside your body. For a limited time, get 25 percent OFF the entire InsideTracker store! Go to InsideTracker.com/OHD to get your discount code and to start using InsideTracker today. Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com  Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalHealthDailyDietNutritionFitness Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Optimal Health Daily - ARCHIVE 1 - Episodes 1-300 ONLY
1790: Minimal Wellness Dietary Principles - Part 1: Whole Foods by Becca Shern

Optimal Health Daily - ARCHIVE 1 - Episodes 1-300 ONLY

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 10:23


Becca Shern of Minimal Wellness shares her dietary principles. Episode 1790: Minimal Wellness Dietary Principles - Part 1: Whole Foods by Becca Shern of Minimal Wellness on Nutrition Tips Becca Shern is the founder of MinimalWellness.com and is a Registered Dietitian, foodie, wellness nerd, recreational athlete, and mom. She started Minimal Wellness to help people find, navigate, and enjoy the simple path to optimal health. Eliminating the “junk” (foods, advice, stuff, excuses, distractions) helps us focus on the critical components of wellness, enabling us to be healthier, happier, and more fulfilled. Find more information about her at MinimalWellness.com. The original post is located here: http://minimalwellness.com/wholefoods/ InsideTracker's patented algorithm analyzes your biometric data and offers you a clearer picture than you've ever had before of what's going on inside your body. For a limited time, get 25 percent OFF the entire InsideTracker store! Go to InsideTracker.com/OHD to get your discount code and to start using InsideTracker today. Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com  Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalHealthDailyDietNutritionFitness Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Dr. Dobias' Healing Radio for Dogs
Poop, diarrhea, and dietary allergies in dogs - The perfect No.2 toolkit and First Aid

Dr. Dobias' Healing Radio for Dogs

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 51:44 Very Popular


Say goodbye to sleepless nights cleaning up messes and say hello to the perfect No.2! Learn what to do if your dog has diarrhea and how to improve your dog's gut health. Also, home remedies, a first aid diet, supplement recommendations, and why you should beware of some commonly used anti-diarrhea drugs.  ____________________________________________ Resources that you shouldn't miss:Complete Guide to Digestive Problems in Dogs: https://peterdobias.com/blogs/blog/stop-dog-diarrheaSeven Steps to Treat Acute or Bloody Diarrhea in Dogs: https://peterdobias.com/blogs/blog/11015037-11-steps-to-treat-acute-or-bloody-diarrhea-naturally The Most Common Diarrhea Drug is Harmful to Your Dog's Gut: https://peterdobias.com/blogs/blog/metronidazole-the-most-common-diarrhea-drug-is-harmful-to-your-dogs-gut-and-digestion ______________________________________________GutSense - Canine-Specific Probiotic for Dogs: https://peterdobias.com/products/gutsense Fab4 Essential Supplements for Dogs: https://peterdobias.com/collections/adult-dog-essentials ____________________________________________ Visit Pax and I on our website: www.peterdobias.com Be Social! Facebook Instagram Pinterest YouTube Awesome to see you here! I gather it's because you care a little more. 

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 07.07.22

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 61:08 Very Popular


Videos: 1. Forget the Great Reset. Embrace the Great Escape. – Zach Weissmueller of ReasonTV (8:20) 2. Whoopsie: The FDA Green-Lighted the Moderna Jab for Babies After Losing the Placebo Group – Del Bigtree of the The Highwire (20:00) 3. BOMBSHELL: Dr. Clare Craig Exposes How Pfizer Twisted Their Clinical Trial Data for Young Children   Greater folate and vitamin B6 intake linked to lower risk of mortality during 9.8-year period Zhengzhou University (China), July 6 2022.  A study published in Nutrients revealed a decreased risk of death during a median period of 9.8 years among men and women with a greater intake of vitamin B6 and the B vitamin folate compared to those whose intake was lower. The investigation included 55,569 participants enrolled in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) and eight cycles of the continuous NHANES that occurred between 1999 and 2014. Dietary recall interview responses were analyzed for the intake of folate, vitamin B6 and vitamin B12.  Men whose intake of folate was among the top 25% of individuals in the study had a 23% lower risk of death from any cause, a 41% lower risk of cardiovascular disease mortality and a 32% lower risk of cancer mortality during follow-up than those whose intake was among the lowest 25%. Among women in the top 25%, the risks of all-cause and cardiovascular mortality were 14% and 47% lower.  For men whose intake of vitamin B6 was among the highest 25% of those included in the study, the risk of all-cause mortality was 21% lower, cardiovascular disease mortality was 31% lower and cancer mortality was 27% lower compared to individuals whose intake was lowest. The risk of mortality among women whose vitamin B6 intake was among the top 25% was 12% lower than those whose intake was among the lowest 25% and their risk of dying from cardiovascular disease was 44% lower.  To shed weight, go vegan E-Da Hospital  (Taiwan), June 30, 2022 People on a vegetarian diet, and especially those following a vegan one that includes no animal products, see better results than dieters on other weight-reducing plans. In fact, they can lose around two kilograms more on the short term, says Ru-Yi Huang of E-Da Hospital in Taiwan after reviewing the results of twelve diet trials.  Huang's review includes twelve randomized controlled trials, involving 1,151 dieters who followed a specific eating regime for between nine and 74 weeks.  Overall, individuals assigned to the vegetarian diet groups lost significantly more weight (around 2.02 kilograms) than dieters who ate meat and other animal products. Vegetarians who followed a vegan diet lost even more weight. Comparatively, they lost around 2.52 kilograms more than non-vegetarian dieters. Vegetarians who do consume dairy products and eggs lost around 1.48 kilograms more than those on a non-vegetarian diet. People following vegetarian diets that prescribe a lower than normal intake of calories (so-called energy restriction) also shed more kilograms than those without any such limitations being placed on their eating habits. According to Huang, the abundant intake of whole grains, fruits and vegetables might play a role in the favorable results seen in vegetarian diets. Whole-grain products and vegetables generally have low glycemic index values and don't cause blood sugar levels to spike. Fruits are rich in fiber, antioxidants, minerals and protective chemicals that naturally occur in plants. Whole-grain products contain soluble fiber. Such so-called good fiber helps to delay the speed by which food leaves the stomach and ensures good digestion. It also allows enough nutrients to be absorbed while food moves through the intestines.  Social interactions tied to sense of purpose for older adults Washington University in St. Louis, July 6, 2022 Having positive social interactions is associated with older adults' sense of purposefulness, which can fluctuate from day to day, according to research from the Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences in Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis. And although these findings, published in the American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, apply to both working and retired adults, the research found that for better and for worse these interactions are more strongly correlated to purposefulness in people who are retired. The research team worked with a group of some 100 adults with an average age of about 71. For 15 days, participants were asked three times daily about the quality of the social interactions they'd had that day. After analyzing the responses, they found—relative to each person's own baseline—the more positive interactions a person had during the day, the more purposeful they reported feeling in the evening. Other measures, including employment and relationship status, did not predict a person's sense of purpose. Of note, Pfund said, the study also showed how dynamic a person's own sense of purpose could be. Although some people do tend to be generally more or less purposeful overall, Pfund said, “We found purpose can change from day to day. Everyone was experiencing fluctuations relative to their own averages.” The association was much stronger in retired people, the data showed: more positive social interactions showed a stronger association with a higher sense of purpose while more negative interactions were more strongly tied to a lower sense of purpose. Resveratrol may prevent sedentary lifestyle effects University of Strasbourg (France), July 01, 2022 An article published in the FASEB Journal reveals yet another benefit for resveratrol, a polyphenol found in red wine and grapes.  The current research suggests that resveratrol could help protect against the adverse effects of weightlessness during space flight as well as those caused by a sedentary lifestyle, which has been linked to cardiovascular disease, obesity and other health conditions. “Long-term spaceflight induces hypokinesia and hypodynamia, which, along microgravity per se, result in a number of significant physiological alterations, such as muscle atrophy, force reduction, insulin resistance, substrate use shift from fats to carbohydrates, and bone loss. “Each of these adaptations could turn to serious health deterioration during the long-term spaceflight needed for planetary exploration.” The research team tested the effects of resveratrol in rats undergoing simulated weightlessness.  While animals that did not receive resveratrol experienced a reduction in soleus muscle mass and strength, bone mineral density and resistance to breakage, as well as the development of insulin resistance, treatment with resveratrol protected against these conditions.   “There are overwhelming data showing that the human body needs physical activity, but for some of us, getting that activity isn't easy,” commented FASEB Journal Editor-in-Chief Gerald Weissmann, MD.  “A low gravity environment makes it nearly impossible for astronauts. For the earthbound, barriers to physical activity are equally challenging, whether they be disease, injury, or a desk job. Resveratrol may not be a substitute for exercise, but it could slow deterioration until someone can get moving again.” Why does acupuncture work? Study finds it elevates nitric oxide, leading to pain reduction LA BioMed, June 29, 2022  The use of acupuncture to treat pain dates back to the earliest recorded history in China. Despite centuries of acupuncture, it's still not clear why this method of applying and stimulating tiny needles at certain points on the body can relieve pain. A new study from LA BioMed researchers offers some answers for why acupuncture may help and why clinical trials have produced mixed results. The researchers found the proper use of acupuncture (with the reinforcement method or coupled with heat, which is often used in acupuncture treatments) can lead to elevated levels of nitric oxide in the skin at the “acupoints” where the needles were inserted and manipulated. They noted that nitric oxide increases blood flow and encourages the release of analgesic or sensitizing substances, which causes the skin to feel warmer and contributes to the beneficial effects of the therapies.For the latest study, the LA BioMed researchers used a low force and rate/reinforcement method of acupuncture. They gently inserted acupuncture needles into the skin of 25 men and women, aged 18-60 years, and delicately twisted the needles for two minutes or until they achieved a sensation of “de qi” (soreness, numbness, distension or pain). They then manipulated the needles using gentle amplitude and moderate speed for two minutes every five minutes for a total of 20 minutes.They also applied electrical heat for 20 minutes and found elevated levels of nitric oxide at the acupoints. To further validate their findings, they conducted the test with high-frequency and force, which is known as a reduction method, and found nitric oxide levels over the areas of the skin region were reduced. Thyroid problems linked to increased risk of dementia Brown University, July 6, 2022 Older people with hypothyroidism, also called underactive thyroid, may be at increased risk of developing dementia, according to a study published in the online issue of Neurology. The risk of developing dementia was even higher for people whose thyroid condition required thyroid hormone replacement medication. “In some cases, thyroid disorders have been associated with dementia symptoms that can be reversible with treatment,” said study author Chien-Hsiang Weng, MD, MPH, of Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island.  For the study, researchers looked at the health records of 7,843 people newly diagnosed with dementia in Taiwan and compared them to the same number of people who did not have dementia. Their average age was 75. Researchers looked to see who had a history of either hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism.  A total of 102 people had hypothyroidism and 133 had hyperthyroidism. The researchers found no link between hyperthyroidism and dementia. Of the people with dementia, 68 people, or 0.9%, had hypothyroidism, compared to 34 of the people without dementia, or 0.4%. When researchers adjusted for other factors that could affect the risk of dementia, such as sex, age, high blood pressureand diabetes, they found that people over age 65 with hypothyroidism were 80% more likely to develop dementia than people the same age who did not have thyroid problems. For people younger than 65, having a history of hypothyroidism was not associated with an increased risk of dementia. When researchers looked only at people who took medication for hypothyroidism, they found they were three times more likely to develop dementia than those who did not take medication. “One explanation for this could be that these people are more likely to experience greater symptoms from hypothyroidism where treatment was needed,” Weng said.

Clinician's Brief: The Podcast
Navigating Nutrition: Overcoming Common Barriers to Dietary Compliance with Dr. Randall

Clinician's Brief: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 19:33


Conversations surrounding nutrition can be met with resistance with even the most well-meaning pet owners. Join host Dr. Beth Molleson as she has a conversation with long-time practice owner Dr. Lon Randall about his tips and solutions for improving communication and compliance when it comes to dietary adherence and food transitions. You'll also hear about how Dr. Randall makes getting trusted pet food into the hands of his pet owners easier than ever.Resource:https://www.proplanvetdirect.com/vet-directContact us:Podcast@briefmedia.comWhere to find us:Cliniciansbrief.com/podcastsFacebook.com/clinciansbriefTwitter: @cliniciansbriefInstagram: @clinicians.briefThe Team:Beth Molleson, DVM - HostSarah Pate - Producer & Project Manager, Marketing ServicesRandall Stupka - Podcast Production & Sound Editing

Zelos Podcast
S7:E2 Brittany Dunn & Real Salt Lake

Zelos Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 46:41


Rock talks to Brittany Dunn, RD, the Performance Dietitian for the MLS' Real Salt Lake. Be sure to click subscribe so you don't miss out on any weekly episode. TIME STAMPS 1:15 Brittany's path to being a dietitian 6:45 Philadelphia Eagles' Performance Chef 11:00 Dietary needs & nutritional support for NFL players 14:00 Breakfast smoothies 21:00 Dietitian vs nutritionist 23:30 Joining Real Salt Lake 28:30 Nutrition differences between NFL & MLS 36:30 Utah cuisine 38:00 Injured players' nutritional support protocols 43:30 Dunn Nutrition GET TO KNOW BRITTANY DUNN INSTA: https://www.instagram.com/brittanyd_rd/?hl=en LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brittany-dunn-ms-rdn-cd-318975138/ GET TO KNOW ROCKY SNYDER MEET: Visit the Rocky's online headquarters: www.RockySnyder.com READ: Grab a copy of his new "Return to Center" book: www.ReturntoCtr.com INSTA: Instagram fan, check him out at https://www.instagram.com/rocky_snyder/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/rocky.snyder.77 LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rocky-snyder-cscs-cafs-nsca-cpt-a77a091/ TRAIN WITH ROCKY WORKOUT: Want to meet Rocky and get a private workout: https://rfcsantacruz.com/ INSTA: https://www.instagram.com/rockysfitnesssc/ FACEBOOK: Facebook.com/RockysFitnessCenter

Revolution Health Radio
RHR Research Review: Dietary Intake Reporting, Caloric Restriction, Insomnia, Lion's Mane, Lifestyle-Lifespan Correlation, Antibiotics & the Gut, and Aspirin

Revolution Health Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 55:37 Very Popular


In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, Chris examines studies related to the tendency of all body types to underreport their caloric intake, how our circadian rhythm potentially impacts the results of calorie restriction, how insomnia in middle age impacts cognitive function later in life, using lion's mane mushrooms to slow the progression of Alzheimer's disease, how making healthy diet and lifestyle choices can positively and significantly impact our lifespan, the impact of antibiotic use on the gut microbiome and how it can lead to systemic fungal infections, and whether people should be taking low-dose daily aspirin to help prevent heart attack and stroke. The post RHR Research Review: Dietary Intake Reporting, Caloric Restriction, Insomnia, Lion's Mane, Lifestyle-Lifespan Correlation, Antibiotics & the Gut, and Aspirin appeared first on Chris Kresser.

Unofficial Universal Orlando Podcast
UUOP #513 - Universal Food Tips, Allergies & Dietary Requirements

Unofficial Universal Orlando Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 90:54 Very Popular


On this episode we discuss the food options at Universal Orlando Resort including restaurant reservations, mobile ordering, recommendations, dietary requirements and allergies. The Unofficial Universal Orlando Podcast. You can listen to us on the following platforms: Apple Podcasts  LIBSYN  STITCHER SPOTIFY Also go and give our podcast partners, The Theme Park Duo a listen, for all your West Coast info FOLLOW US ON :  FACEBOOK INSTAGRAM TWITTER PINTEREST

Culinary Medicine: Food Cons & Food Conversations

It turns out that the juice from beets may lower blood pressure in a sustained and lovely manner. Beets, you see, besides being a colorful vegetable, contain a high level of Nitrate (NO3-). And this is absorbed by the body and converted into nitric oxide. Nitric oxide is that amazing molecule that relaxes blood vessels and improves blood flow. How Your Body Gets Nitric Oxide The conversion of nitrate into nitrite, which is then converted into nitric oxide is a fun pathway. When you eat your greens (yes even lettuce has nitrates) your intestines absorb it and then it is secreted back into saliva where those bacteria in your mouth digest the nitrate (NO3-) into nitrite (NO2-)

May's Anatomy
Episode 92: Finding the Right Balance: Dietary Theories with Co-Host Chase Chewning

May's Anatomy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 63:03


Integrative Nutrition: A Whole-Life Approach to Health and Happiness   Episode 88: Mastering the Gut Microbiome with Dr.Melody Khorrami, PharmD   To try my absolute favorite CBD product line from Cured Nutrition, use code "MAY10" at checkout for 10% off your entire order or simply click the link here Cured Nutrition   If you're interested in consuming slow-release caffeinated vanilla or matcha lattes, or if you're a coffee drinker who wants a little more collagen and protein in their diet, use code "MAY15" at checkout for 15% off your entire order or simply click the link here Strong Coffee   Use my WearFigs code to get a $20 gift card on purchases of $100+ http://fbuy.me/ofl13   For nursing tips, my experiences, and more musings on the show, follow our Instagram @_maysanatomy or follow my personal account  @mayyazdi   This is an Operation Podcast production. chase@operationpodcast.com

Astral Projection Podcast by Astral Doorway | Astral Travel How To Guides & Out of Body Experiences

YouTube episode: https://youtu.be/5JWOL5Dl-7k Detailed explanation and instructions on how to stop wet dreaming (night fall) also known as nocturnal emissions. In order to prevent and avoid this we first have to comprehend the causes rather than the effects. This is where psychological analysis and dream work practices are extremely effective. Dietary supplement recommendations are also given. 0:00 - Going Back Through The Gate of Eden (Sex) 2:52 - Don't Retain Sexual Energy, Transmute It! 5:00 - Start Practicing On A Psychological Level 10:33 - It's Not Just Lust That Leads to Wet Dreams 15:42 - 6 Stages of Overcoming Wet Dreams 18:45 - The Power of Successful Transmutation 21:34 - Herbal, Fruit & Incense Remedies

Podcast Notes Playlist: Nutrition
#211 - AMA #36: Fruits & vegetables—everything you need to know

Podcast Notes Playlist: Nutrition

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 20:22


Drive with Dr. Peter Attia Podcast Notes Key Takeaways “Don't confuse the optimal diet for you in a state of health with the optimal diet for you in a state of sickness that's trying to restore your health.” – Dr. Peter AttiaDiet is highly individualized: the reality is we really can't say that fruit and vegetables themselves are objectively and inherently healthyMetabolic syndrome is when you have three or more of the following: (1) truncal obesity; (2) high blood pressure; (3) high fasting glucose; (4) high fasting triglycerides; (5) low HDL cholesterolRead the full notes @ podcastnotes.org View the Show Notes Page for This Episode Become a Member to Receive Exclusive Content Sign Up to Receive Peter's Weekly Newsletter In this “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) episode, Peter discusses the nutritional profiles of various fruits and vegetables as a means of assessing their relative value. He explains the difference between eating them vs. drinking them, how processing fruits and vegetables can change their properties, and how one's current state of health affects nutrition strategy when it comes to fruits and vegetable consumption. Additionally, Peter explains the potential benefits and negative effects of certain phytochemicals found in produce and concludes with a discussion of supplementing with green powders, multivitamins, and more. If you're not a subscriber and listening on a podcast player, you'll only be able to hear a preview of the AMA. If you're a subscriber, you can now listen to this full episode on your private RSS feed or on our website at the AMA #36 show notes page. If you are not a subscriber, you can learn more about the subscriber benefits here. We discuss: The limitations of nutritional data and challenges of making broad recommendations [2:00]; How one's current state of health impacts their “optimal” diet [11:30]; Defining “metabolic health” [14:45]; The wide-ranging nutrition profiles of various fruits and vegetables [16:30]; The benefits of fiber [20:45]; Eating whole fruits vs. drinking fruit juice or smoothies [22:30]; Drinking alcohol: metabolic effects, calories in alcohol, and more [28:30]; Can excess fruit consumption lead to insulin resistance? [30:30]; Glycemic impact of different fruits, using CGM data to assist decision making, and how fruit is fundamentally different from what we evolved to eat [31:30]; Dietary approaches for people with a carbohydrate tolerance disorder (TD2, NAFLD, etc.), and when it makes sense to restrict fruit consumption [34:30]; Nutrition profile of select vegetables: sugar content, micronutrients, and more [40:00]; Phytochemicals in produce: potential positive health impacts on inflammation, cardiovascular (CV) risk, and cancer [44:30]; Phytochemicals with potential negative health impacts [50:45]; Nightshades and inflammation [53:15]; How important is it to eat organic foods? [56:00]; How necessary is it to wash fruits and vegetables? [1:00:45]; How does food preparation change the nutritional composition? [1:03:45]; Considerations when eating canned and frozen food, and paying attention to processed food additives [1:04:45]; Supplementing vitamins and nutrients as an alternative to eating whole fruits and vegetables [1:06:15]; Green powder supplements [1:11:15]; Important takeaways [1:16:00]; and More. Connect With Peter on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and YouTube

The Fiercely Holistic Podcast
Debunking Dietary Myths: Egg Yolks

The Fiercely Holistic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 25:06


Join us for one of our Debunking Dietary Myths episodes all about the fabulous egg!! There is so much mixed information on the market regarding eggs and our health and this is such a common question we receive within our personal practices! In this episode we'll break it down to the basics and where things went wrong for the egg. If you focus on quality, your body will thank you! Enjoy!REFERENCED IN THIS EPISODE:E35: EGGS!Eat the Yolks by Liz Wolfe, NTPNourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon GET IN TOUCH:Ciara @oranutrition + www.oranutrition.comKristen @nhhnutrition + www.nhhnutrition.comFHP @thefiercelyholisticpodcastMorning Meditation for WomenStart your day with a moment of mindfulness with the Morning Meditation for Women podcast.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify

Podcast Notes Playlist: Latest Episodes
#211 - AMA #36: Fruits & vegetables—everything you need to know

Podcast Notes Playlist: Latest Episodes

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 20:22


Drive with Dr. Peter Attia Podcast Notes Key Takeaways “Don't confuse the optimal diet for you in a state of health with the optimal diet for you in a state of sickness that's trying to restore your health.” – Dr. Peter AttiaDiet is highly individualized: the reality is we really can't say that fruit and vegetables themselves are objectively and inherently healthyMetabolic syndrome is when you have three or more of the following: (1) truncal obesity; (2) high blood pressure; (3) high fasting glucose; (4) high fasting triglycerides; (5) low HDL cholesterolRead the full notes @ podcastnotes.org View the Show Notes Page for This Episode Become a Member to Receive Exclusive Content Sign Up to Receive Peter's Weekly Newsletter In this “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) episode, Peter discusses the nutritional profiles of various fruits and vegetables as a means of assessing their relative value. He explains the difference between eating them vs. drinking them, how processing fruits and vegetables can change their properties, and how one's current state of health affects nutrition strategy when it comes to fruits and vegetable consumption. Additionally, Peter explains the potential benefits and negative effects of certain phytochemicals found in produce and concludes with a discussion of supplementing with green powders, multivitamins, and more. If you're not a subscriber and listening on a podcast player, you'll only be able to hear a preview of the AMA. If you're a subscriber, you can now listen to this full episode on your private RSS feed or on our website at the AMA #36 show notes page. If you are not a subscriber, you can learn more about the subscriber benefits here. We discuss: The limitations of nutritional data and challenges of making broad recommendations [2:00]; How one's current state of health impacts their “optimal” diet [11:30]; Defining “metabolic health” [14:45]; The wide-ranging nutrition profiles of various fruits and vegetables [16:30]; The benefits of fiber [20:45]; Eating whole fruits vs. drinking fruit juice or smoothies [22:30]; Drinking alcohol: metabolic effects, calories in alcohol, and more [28:30]; Can excess fruit consumption lead to insulin resistance? [30:30]; Glycemic impact of different fruits, using CGM data to assist decision making, and how fruit is fundamentally different from what we evolved to eat [31:30]; Dietary approaches for people with a carbohydrate tolerance disorder (TD2, NAFLD, etc.), and when it makes sense to restrict fruit consumption [34:30]; Nutrition profile of select vegetables: sugar content, micronutrients, and more [40:00]; Phytochemicals in produce: potential positive health impacts on inflammation, cardiovascular (CV) risk, and cancer [44:30]; Phytochemicals with potential negative health impacts [50:45]; Nightshades and inflammation [53:15]; How important is it to eat organic foods? [56:00]; How necessary is it to wash fruits and vegetables? [1:00:45]; How does food preparation change the nutritional composition? [1:03:45]; Considerations when eating canned and frozen food, and paying attention to processed food additives [1:04:45]; Supplementing vitamins and nutrients as an alternative to eating whole fruits and vegetables [1:06:15]; Green powder supplements [1:11:15]; Important takeaways [1:16:00]; and More. Connect With Peter on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and YouTube

The Well Man's Podcast
Episode 206 - VEGF-Targeted Cancer Strategies - Chemotherapy - Dietary Changes for Chemo

The Well Man's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 56:21


Episode 206 - VEGF-Targeted Cancer Strategies - Chemotherapy - Dietary Changes for Chemo  Vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF)-mediated angiogenesis plays a critical role in tumor growth. Consequently, anti-VEGF therapies are being actively investigated as potential anti-cancer treatments, either as alternatives or adjuncts to conventional chemo or radiation therapy. In this episode, we discuss foods, natural supplements, and more that aid in decreasing VEGF.    You can subscribe on iTunes or any podcast service of your choice, via an RSS feed, and on YouTube. Just search "The Well Man's Podcast" and you'll find our page. We'd love to hear what topics and discussions you'd be interested in hearing, or what aspects of your health you want to improve most. Check out old episodes in video form: http://bit.ly/TWMPUTube  Follow & reach out to Keoni at: @KeoniTeta nhcnc.com  Follow & reach out to Bryan at: @BBrozy BryanBrozy.com; You can also subscribe to Bryan's mailing list to get actionable health information delivered right to your device by clicking here: https://bit.ly/B_Well  Please email us at wellmanspodcast@gmail.com, telling us how we can best serve you!  https://www.facebook.com/The-Well-Mans-Podcast-555112064834290/ https://www.instagram.com/thewellmanspodcast/ 

The Kevin Bass Show
China's dietary and health trends. Or, how hundreds of millions of people are being fattened by fat. And being made one of the most diabetic countries in the world.

The Kevin Bass Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 21:48


In this episode, I analyze 12 figures to show that the Chinese obesity epidemic is largely attributable to increases in dietary fat, specifically from pork. I follow this up by commenting on the work of Barry Popkin, suggesting that the Chinese dietary changes are part of a broader, nearly universal trend known as the nutrition transition.Sources:https://www.fao.org/faostat/en/jstor.org/stable/2938388PMID: 28802307, 27295015, 24341757===Like, comment, subscribe.For more, find me at:PODCAST The Kevin Bass ShowYOUTUBE https://www.youtube.com/user/kbassphiladelphiaWEBSITE http://thedietwars.comTWITTER https://twitter.com/kevinnbass/https://twitter.com/healthmisinfo/INSTAGRAM https://instagram.com/kevinnbass/TIKTOK https://tiktok.com/@kevinnbassAnd above all, please donate to support what I do:PATREON https://patreon.com/kevinnbass/DONATE https://thedietwars.com/support-me/

The Peter Attia Drive
#211 - AMA #36: Fruits & vegetables—everything you need to know

The Peter Attia Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 20:22 Very Popular


View the Show Notes Page for This Episode Become a Member to Receive Exclusive Content Sign Up to Receive Peter's Weekly Newsletter In this “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) episode, Peter discusses the nutritional profiles of various fruits and vegetables as a means of assessing their relative value. He explains the difference between eating them vs. drinking them, how processing fruits and vegetables can change their properties, and how one's current state of health affects nutrition strategy when it comes to fruits and vegetable consumption. Additionally, Peter explains the potential benefits and negative effects of certain phytochemicals found in produce and concludes with a discussion of supplementing with green powders, multivitamins, and more. If you're not a subscriber and listening on a podcast player, you'll only be able to hear a preview of the AMA. If you're a subscriber, you can now listen to this full episode on your private RSS feed or on our website at the AMA #36 show notes page. If you are not a subscriber, you can learn more about the subscriber benefits here. We discuss: The limitations of nutritional data and challenges of making broad recommendations [2:00]; How one's current state of health impacts their “optimal” diet [11:30]; Defining “metabolic health” [14:45]; The wide-ranging nutrition profiles of various fruits and vegetables [16:30]; The benefits of fiber [20:45]; Eating whole fruits vs. drinking fruit juice or smoothies [22:30]; Drinking alcohol: metabolic effects, calories in alcohol, and more [28:30]; Can excess fruit consumption lead to insulin resistance? [30:30]; Glycemic impact of different fruits, using CGM data to assist decision making, and how fruit is fundamentally different from what we evolved to eat [31:30]; Dietary approaches for people with a carbohydrate tolerance disorder (TD2, NAFLD, etc.), and when it makes sense to restrict fruit consumption [34:30]; Nutrition profile of select vegetables: sugar content, micronutrients, and more [40:00]; Phytochemicals in produce: potential positive health impacts on inflammation, cardiovascular (CV) risk, and cancer [44:30]; Phytochemicals with potential negative health impacts [50:45]; Nightshades and inflammation [53:15]; How important is it to eat organic foods? [56:00]; How necessary is it to wash fruits and vegetables? [1:00:45]; How does food preparation change the nutritional composition? [1:03:45]; Considerations when eating canned and frozen food, and paying attention to processed food additives [1:04:45]; Supplementing vitamins and nutrients as an alternative to eating whole fruits and vegetables [1:06:15]; Green powder supplements [1:11:15]; Important takeaways [1:16:00]; and More. Connect With Peter on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and YouTube

Menopause Management - Dr. Barbie Taylor
14 Factors Determining Your Dietary Options for Preventing Alzheimer's

Menopause Management - Dr. Barbie Taylor

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 23:04


14 Factors Determining Your Dietary Options for Preventing Alzheimer's   What determines whether or not a dietary option is good for preventing Alzheimer's? It isn't just one thing, that's for sure! In this podcast, I'll address 14 different factors that you have to consider in designating the best foods and eating habits for preventing Alzheimer's.

The Adam Ragusea Podcast
The actual science of the "industrial seed oil" panic (E14)

The Adam Ragusea Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 75:40 Very Popular


Thanks to Tippsy Sake for sponsoring this episode! Use code ADAM 10% off all products, and code ADAM30 for $30 off your first Sake Box: https://www.tippsysake.com/discount/ADAM This episode summarizes a scholarly exchange in the journal Advances in Nutrition regarding polyunsaturated fats (such as those obtained from "industrial seed oils) and their impact on human health. We begin with this 2021 paper by Dr. Glen Lawrence: "The Saturated Fat-Unsaturated Oil Dilemma: Relations of Dietary Fatty Acids and Serum Cholesterol, Atherosclerosis, Inflammation, Cancer, and All-Cause Mortality": https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33693484/ Next is this letter-the-editor rebutting Lawrence's paper by Dr. Martha Belury, Dr. Emilio Ros and Dr. Penny Kris-Etherton, "Weighing Evidence of the Role of Saturated and Unsaturated Fats and Human Health": https://academic.oup.com/advances/article-abstract/13/2/686/6556254 And this rebuttal letter by Dr. Jeff Moore: "The Dietary Guidelines Are Correct: Saturated Fat Should Be Limited and Replaced with the Proposed Alternatives to Reduce Morbidity and Mortality": https://academic.oup.com/advances/article-abstract/13/2/688/6556255 Finally, Dr. Lawrence's rebuttal to the rebuttals: "Reply to MA Belury et al. and J Moore": https://academic.oup.com/advances/article-abstract/13/2/690/6556307 Here's an earlier (2018) scholarly article on this subject that I found to be very helpful general background: "Dietary fat and cardiometabolic health: evidence, controversies, and consensus for guidance": https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6053258/ 00:00 Introduction 04:07 Definitions of key terms and other background 17:58 Why the panic is spreading 29:39 Deep dive on the science

The Good Clean Nutrition Podcast
Episode 14: Exploring the Benefits of Dietary Collagen for Skin, Joints & Overall Health with Molly Kimball, RD, CSSD

The Good Clean Nutrition Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 27:41


Collagen seems to be everywhere nowadays, but what is it and why is there so much interest in it? In this episode of The Good Clean Nutrition Podcast, host Mary Purdy, MS, RDN is joined by Molly Kimball, RD, CSSD, a Registered Dietitian, Board Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics, to explore the evidence currently available on collagen. Tune in to learn what roles collagen can play in assisting in recovery, supporting joint and gut health, and benefiting our skin, hair and nails. Plus, tips on how to choose a quality collagen product and supplement with collagen. Molly Kimball, RD, CSSD is a Registered Dietitian, Board Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics, and works as a nutrition journalist and practitioner. Molly has been the go-to nutrition expert for New Orleans' ABC affiliate WGNO since 2009, with weekly TV segments on WGNO's Good Morning New Orleans, Get Fueled with Molly, and is regularly featured as a nutritional expert for national news stories including outlets such as Vogue, The New York Times, Newsweek, Shape, Health, Fitness, Runner's World, Wine Enthusiast, Cosmopolitan, WebMD, and CNN.com. She is the author of the Eat Fit Cookbook, a collection of chef-inspired recipes for the home and host of the podcast FUELED wellness + nutrition with Molly Kimball. For show notes, transcripts, and to learn more about host Mary Purdy, MS, RDN, visit https://healthcare.orgain.com/podcast/episodes/listen/season/2/episode/14. Disclaimer: This podcast is for informational purposes only and is not intended to be medical advice. The material discussed on this podcast, and displayed on the associated webpage, is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or treatment and before undertaking a new health regimen.

Let's Gut Real - Easy to Digest Nutrition Science
Are Plant-Based Diets Best for your Gut Microbiome? with The Alpro Foundationv

Let's Gut Real - Easy to Digest Nutrition Science

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 42:23


With diets like keto and carnivore gaining traction, I've had many people ask - what impact do plants specifically have on our microbiome and human health?  Today I interview Dr. Veronique Braesco, Dr. Petra Louis, and Dr. Ian Rowland, researchers that have contributed to the latest scientific update summarizing the impact of plant-based diets on the gut microbiome and published through the Alpro Foundation. The Alpro Foundation has been a scientific platform for over 25 years dedicated to supporting research and the dissemination of evidence-based knowledge on plant-based nutrition and its impact on health and environment amongst academics, healthcare professionals and key stakeholders in nutrition. The ultimate aim is to help drive the transition to more healthful plant-based diets for human and planetary health. Underpinning Alpro Foundation's scientific integrity is an independent Scientific Advisory Board of 8 leading academic experts who provide direction and advice and ensure the scientific credibility of the education tools. Professor Ian Rowland is the chair of this Scientific Advisory Board. Professor Ian Rowland is editor-in-chief of the European Journal of Nutrition. Until his recent retirement, he was the Hugh Sinclair Professor of Human Nutrition at University of Reading. He holds a BSc and PhD in microbiology from University College London. Prof. Rowland's main research area is the role of diet (in particular probiotics, prebiotics, phytoestrogens, and phytochemicals) in the prevention of colon, breast and prostate cancer. In his current research, he is investigating the role of fruit and vegetable intake on markers of cancer risk. In 2005 he was awarded an honorary doctorate from the University of Gent in Belgium for his work on nutrition and cancer. Professor Rowland has published over 300 papers. Petra Louis is a molecular microbiologist with an interest in the human gut microbiome, diet and health. She obtained her Diploma in Biology and PhD in Microbiology from the University of Bonn, Germany, where she conducted research on osmoadaptation in halophilic bacteria. Véronique Braesco holds a PhD in human nutrition. Her academic carrier in Public Research at INRA, as senior scientist, has been focused on vitamins. She then headed the Nutrition Research Department of the Danone Group. In this position, she managed the design and implementation of scientific strategies, in particular in the field of probiotics. She was later responsible for the Human Nutrition Research Centre in Auvergne, dedicated to studying the role of diet in healthy aging. She is now at the head of VAB-nutrition, a consulting firm specialized in human nutrition that she created in 2007. We talk about: What characteristics are associated with better health by way of the gut microbiome Beneficial and deleterious dietary components and their influence on gut microbiome Fibre from supplements versus food - is one ‘better' for the gut microbiome? The role of the food matrix, the various chemical compounds found in food like polyphenols, and the role variety of fibres plays in the gut microbiome composition Polyphenols - where are they found, and what are potential ways in which they influence our health by way of the gut microbiome  What are SCFA's, what their role is in our health, and what influences the production of SCFAs in the gut Microbial metabolites from protein - when do we digest protein, how this occurs, how does it influence health? How fibre impacts microbial metabolite production in our bodies Dietary recommendations we can ultimately take away from the current evidence The most recent Scientific update with the Alpro Foundation is about the 'Interaction of Plant-based diets and gut microbiota'

Fresh Focus
Fresh Focus #65: Heart Healthy Shopping

Fresh Focus

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 11:26


Excessive sodium intake is a concern for 9 out of 10 Americans. Having less sodium in your diet may help you lower or avoid high blood pressure, which is a major risk factor for heart disease and stroke. Dietary changes have a huge impact when we are away from the home. Whether its dining out or at the grocery store, the decision of what to eat can quickly become overwhelming. Listen in Episode #65 as Ashley, Marion Dietetic Intern as she clears the air on how to make a heart healthy selection.   

The Melanie Avalon Biohacking Podcast
#149 - Chris Masterjohn: Achieving Ideal Nutritional Status, Dietary Recommendations & Requirements, How Omega-6s Resolve Inflammation, Vitamin Supplementation & Limits, Veganism Implications, Choline & Fatty Liver, Aspirin Benefits, And More!

The Melanie Avalon Biohacking Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 127:07 Very Popular


GET TRANSCRIPT AND FULL SHOWNOTES: melanieavalon.com/chrismasterjohn 2:25 - IF Biohackers: Intermittent Fasting + Real Foods + Life: Join Melanie's Facebook Group At Facebook.com/groups/paleoOMAD For A Weekly Episode GIVEAWAY, And To Discuss And Learn About All Things Biohacking! All Conversations Welcome! 2:40 - Follow Melanie On Instagram To See The Latest Moments, Products, And #AllTheThings! @MelanieAvalon 3:10 - AVALONX SERRAPEPTASE: Get Melanie's Serrapeptase Supplement: A Proteolytic Enzyme Which May Help Clear Sinuses And Brain Fog, Reduce Allergies, Support A Healthy Inflammatory State, Enhance Wound Healing, Break Down Fatty Deposits And Amyloid Plaque, Supercharge Your Fast, And More!  AvalonX Supplements Are Free Of Toxic Fillers And Common Allergens (Including Wheat, Rice, Gluten, Dairy, Shellfish, Nuts, Soy, Eggs, And Yeast), Tested To Be Free Of Heavy Metals And Mold, And Triple Tested For Purity And Potency. Order At avalonx.us, And Get On The Email List To Stay Up To Date With All The Special Offers And News About Melanie's New Supplements At avalonx.us/emaillist, And Use The Code MelanieAvalon For 10% On Any Order At avalonx.us And mdlogichealth.com!  6:40 - FOOD SENSE GUIDE: Get Melanie's App At Melanieavalon.com/foodsenseguide To Tackle Your Food Sensitivities! Food Sense Includes A Searchable Catalogue Of 300+ Foods, Revealing Their Gluten, FODMAP, Lectin, Histamine, Amine, Glutamate, Oxalate, Salicylate, Sulfite, And Thiol Status. Food Sense Also Includes Compound Overviews, Reactions To Look For, Lists Of Foods High And Low In Them, The Ability To Create Your Own Personal Lists, And More! 7:15 - BEAUTYCOUNTER: Non-Toxic Beauty Products Tested For Heavy Metals, Which Support Skin Health And Look Amazing! Shop At beautycounter.com/melanieavalon For Something Magical! For Exclusive Offers And Discounts, And More On The Science Of Skincare, Get On Melanie's Private Beautycounter Email List At melanieavalon.com/cleanbeauty! Find Your Perfect Beautycounter Products With Melanie's Quiz: melanieavalon.com/beautycounterquiz 12:30 - Chris' Start In Nutrition 17:20 - Weston Price's Principals 26:25 - LMNT: For Fasting Or Low-Carb Diets Electrolytes Are Key For Relieving Hunger, Cramps, Headaches, Tiredness, And Dizziness. With No Sugar, Artificial Ingredients, Coloring, And Only 2 Grams Of Carbs Per Packet, Try LMNT For Complete And Total Hydration. For A Limited Time Go To drinklmnt.com/melanieavalon To Get A Sample Pack For Only The Price Of Shipping! 30:15 - Veganism 32:30 - Longevity With Veganism 37:00 - Creatine 39:20 - Synthesizing Vitamins, Deficiencies, And RDAs 47:20 - Niacin 52:50 - Cravings Driving Food Intake 56:00 - Supplement Toxicity 1:03:30 - Liver As A Superfood 1:07:30 - A Study Rats Unnatural Diet & Environment 1:14:15 - DRY FARM WINES: Low Sugar, Low Alcohol, Toxin-Free, Mold-Free, Pesticide-Free, Hang-Over Free Natural Wine! Use The Link dryfarmwines.com/melanieavalon To Get A Bottle For A Penny! 1:17:00 - The Derangement Of The Modern Palate 1:22:20 - Choline & Fatty Liver 1:32:00 - Is Choline Production Demand Driven? 1:32:45 - High Dose Choline 1:34:40 - Polyunsaturated Fats, EPA, DHA & Inflammation 1:44:00 - The Balance Of Different Cell Types & Wound Healing 1:52:30 - Resolution Of Healing 1:54:45 - Omega-3s 1:56:55 - Aspirin 1:59:10 - NR Vs NMN

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 06.08.22

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 60:44 Very Popular


Video:  Edward Dowd: Economic Fallout of Covid Vax Fraud (start @ 1:00 Stop @ 14:45) Asian Plum extract significantly benefit liver functions over placebo Stragen Pharma (Switzerland), The Asian plum of the rosaceae family, has been studied for its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and liver protecting properties. A study funded by Swiss company Stragen Pharma looks deeper into how this plum extract can benefit the liver. “Most of the currently available data supporting a potential hepatoprotective [liver protecting] effect of P. mume  have been obtained using in vitro testing, in vivo  animal models, or non-controled human trials,” the researchers wrote in the study published in Phythotherapy Research. Hence, the current study was the first that looked into the effects of two doses of a P. mune extract supplement on liver enzymes through a randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind study. From the 44 subjects who participated throughout the 3-month long study, researchers found a “beneficial and statistically significant effect versus placebo of P. mune extract on liver function.” Researchers found that, over the course of the study, participants supplemented with the low dose of Prunus mume experienced significant decreases in their high aspartate aminotransferase, alanine aminotransferase, and gamma-glutamyl transpeptidase liver enzymes, all of which induce hepatotoxicity, whereas the high dose group did not experience significant changes in their liver enzymes. Dietary fiber in the gut may help with skin allergies, says new study Monash University (Australia), A Monash University study exploring the emerging gut-skin axis has found that microbial fermentation of dietary fiber in the gut can protect against allergic skin disease. The research could potentially lead to novel treatments to prevent or treat allergies. Professor Ben Marsland from the Central Clinical School's Department of Immunology, together with Swiss colleagues at the University Hospital of Lausanne (CHUV), showed that the fermentation of fiber in the gut by bacteria and subsequent production of short-chain fatty acids (SCFAs), in particular butyrate, protected against atopic dermatitis in mice.  University of Maine study shows chocolate is brain food University of Maine, University of Maine published findings in the journal Appetite, saying people who ate chocolate at least once per week performed better on multiple cognitive tasks compared to those who ate chocolate less frequently. “We don't know if people are going to get smarter,” Elias, a psychologist and epidemiologist, said from his office on the Orono campus. “What we found out is that people who ate chocolate performed better [on cognitive functions] than people who did not.” The study, directed by Elias, tracked more than 1,000 people over 35 years and looked specifically at chocolate consumption's effect on visual-spatial memory and organization, working memory, abstract verbal reasoning, scanning and tracking and overall cognitive functioning. “We did not follow cognitive function over time and see any rise in intelligence,” he said. “What we did find was that people who ate chocolate on a regular basis performed better on cognitive functions than people who did not.” The researchers hypothesized that regular intake of cocoa flavanols may be one of several mechanism explaining the cognitive benefits of chocolate. According to the team's publication, flavonols have multiple effects on the brain on the cellular and molecular levels in the regions involved in learning and memory and by increasing blood flow in the brain promoting development of new blood vessels. Want to reduce stroke risk? Sit less. Move more. Do chores. San Diego State University, Imagine watching “The Batman” movie back-to-back four times every day or driving a whopping 390 miles each way on a daily commute. Either uncomfortable choice will take about 12 hours—or the same amount of time most Americans stay seated throughout any day. The dangerous consequences of prolonged inactivity in humans are widely known. Too much sitting leads to an increased risk of heart disease, Type 2 diabetes, and other chronic illnesses, including depression. To offset the severe side effects of a sedentary lifestyle, doctors recommend adults complete at least 150 minutes of moderate to vigorous aerobic exercise a week.  However, a new study from San Diego State University, published in JAMA Network Open, found that doing lighter intensity daily activities such as household chores can significantly reduce the risk of stroke.  “Light-intensity physical activity can include vacuuming, sweeping the floor, washing the car, leisure strolling, stretching, or playing catch,” said Steven Hooker, dean of SDSU's College of Health and Human Services and lead researcher of the cohort study.  They found those who were sedentary for 13 hours or more a day had a 44% increased risk of having a stroke.  Uncovering why playing a musical instrument can protect brain health Baycrest Center for Geriatric Care (Canada), A recent study conducted at Baycrest Health Sciences has uncovered a crucial piece into why playing a musical instrument can help older adults retain their listening skills and ward off age-related cognitive declines. This finding could lead to the development of brain rehabilitation interventions through musical training. The study, published in the Journal of Neuroscience  found that learning to play a sound on a musical instrument alters the brain waves in a way that improves a person's listening and hearing skills over a short time frame. This change in brain activity demonstrates the brain's ability to rewire itself and compensate for injuries or diseases that may hamper a person's capacity to perform tasks. This finding supports Dr. Ross' research using musical training to help stroke survivors rehabilitate motor movement in their upper bodies. Baycrest scientists have a history of breakthroughs into how a person's musical background impacts the listening abilities and cognitive function as they age and they continue to explore how brain changes during aging impact hearing. The study involved 32 young, healthy adults who had normal hearing and no history of neurological or psychiatric disorders. The brain waves of participants were first recorded while they listened to bell-like sounds from a Tibetan singing bowl (a small bell struck with a wooden mallet to create sounds). After listening to the recording, half of the participants were provided the Tibetan singing bowl and asked to recreate the same sounds and rhythm by striking it and the other half recreated the sound by pressing a key on a computer keypad. “This study was the first time we saw direct changes in the brain after one session, demonstrating that the action of creating music leads to a strong change in brain activity.” Effect of Korean Red Ginseng on Cognitive Function and Quantitative EEG in Alzheimer Patients Seoul Medical Center  (Korea)  According to news reporting originating in Seoul, South Korea  research stated, “Korean red ginseng (KRG) has a nootropic effect. This study assessed the efficacy of red ginseng on cognitive function and quantitative electroencephalography (EEG) in patients with Alzheimer's disease (AD).” Research from Seoul Medical Center stated “Fourteen patients with AD (mean age, 74.93 years; 11 women and 3 men) were recruited and treated with KRG (4.5 g per day) for 12 weeks. EEG performed before and after treatment were analyzed with quantitative spectral analysis. The Frontal Assessment Battery score improved significantly after 12 weeks of treatment. In the relative power spectrum analysis performed according to responsiveness, alpha power increased significantly in the right temporal area of the responders. The increments of relative alpha power in the right temporal, parietal, and occipital areas were significantly higher in the responders than the nonresponders.” According to the news reporters, the research concluded: “This study indicates the efficacy of KRG on frontal lobe function in AD, related to increasing relative alpha power.”

The Lab Report
Red Meat & Heart Disease

The Lab Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 23:42


Foods come in and out of favor all the time. Eggs are good for you… no wait, they are bad… nope, good again – let's not even discuss butter! There are many disease correlations related to specific foods and literature continues to evolve. One such focus is on red meat and its correlation to cardiovascular disease.  But why? Is all red meat bad? Can you eat red meat and not increase heart disease risk? What about it should cause concern? Interestingly, the answer lies in the microbiome's ability to metabolize the carnitine in red meat into a metabolite called trimethylamine (TMA). What happens from there is the key!  But be warned, there is more to TMA than red meat and carnitine. Today we discuss TMA and how it becomes a cardiovascular risk factor (TMAO). We tell you about TMA's many sources - besides red meat - and why you should care. Today on The Lab Report: 2:10 Food controversies 3:50 Break it Down: Trimethylamine (TMA) and trimethylamine N-oxide (TMAO) 6:40 TMAO, carnitine, and choline 10:00 Wait, which foods are actually the problem? 13:50 Red meat, TMAO, and cardiovascular risk 18:40 Dietary microbiome changes 20:05 Question of the Day: Which Genova profiles can help? Additional Resources: NutrEval Cardio Check Subscribe, Rate, & Review The Lab Report Thanks for tuning in to this week's episode of The Lab Report, presented by Genova Diagnostics, with your hosts Michael Chapman and Patti Devers. If you enjoyed this episode, please hit the subscribe button and give us a rating or leave a review. Don't forget to visit our website, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn. Email Patti and Michael with your most interesting and pressing questions on functional medicine: podcast@gdx.net. And, be sure to share your favorite Lab Report episodes with your friends and colleagues on social media to help others learn more about Genova and all things related to functional medicine and specialty lab testing. Disclaimer: The content and information shared in The Lab Report is for educational purposes only and should not be taken as medical advice. The views and opinions expressed in The Lab Report represent the opinions and views of Michael Chapman and Patti Devers and their guests. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Today's RDH Dental Hygiene Podcast
Audio Article: How Dental Hygienists Can Help Guide Patients to Better Dietary Habits

Today's RDH Dental Hygiene Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 11:02


How Dental Hygienists Can Help Guide Patients to Better Dietary Habits By Dabney Vaccaro, BS, RDH, HC Original article published on Today's RDH: https://www.todaysrdh.com/how-dental-hygienists-can-help-guide-patients-to-better-dietary-habits/ This audio article is sponsored by LISTERINE®. Check out the exciting new research that shows LISTERINE® Antiseptic is 4.6x more effective than floss for sustained plaque reduction above the gumline*1. Learn more at https://rdh.tv/attackplaque Need CE? Start earning CE credits today at https://rdh.tv/ce Get daily dental hygiene articles at https://www.todaysrdh.com Follow Today's RDH on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TodaysRDH/ Follow Kara RDH on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DentalHygieneKaraRDH/ Follow Kara RDH on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kara_rdh/

Our House: A to Z
Food for Thought: Growth Hormones, Genetically Modified Organisms & Ultra-Pasteurized, Oh My!

Our House: A to Z

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 26:55


Are you gonna eat that? Pastor Zac & Ashley are talking nutrition today, and it's not that they're dietary experts, rather they're talking about the dietary choices we make with or without thinking, and how we can better care for us individuatlly and our families. The River Health & Wellness can teach you to use nutrition to combat against illness and prevent future disease. Learn More At: https://www.trhw.org/ For Episode Topic Suggestions, info@hpc.church 

The Clark Howard Podcast
06.02.22 Your Safety and Dietary Supplements / Car Market Update

The Clark Howard Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 30:30


Dietary supplements, vitamins and herbal remedies are unregulated. Clark clarifies which labels to trust. Learn about labels that lie vs NSF & USP supplements. Also, Clark explains how the vehicle market is progressing, including good news on the used car front.  The Safety of Supplements: Segment 1 Ask Clark: Segment 2 Car Market Update: Segment 3 Ask Clark: Segment 4 Mentioned on the show: Supplement and Vitamin Certification | NSF  USP Verification Services How to Buy a Used Car in 7 Steps Why Are My Credit Scores Different? Health Insurance Guide Free COBRA Health Insurance: 3 Things To Know Clark.com resources Episode transcripts Clark.com daily money newsletter Consumer Action Center Free Helpline: 636-492-5275 Learn more about your ad choices: megaphone.fm/adchoices Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

FoundMyFitness
Intestinal Permeability: the Bacterial link to Aging, Brain Barrier Dysfunction & Metabolic Disorder

FoundMyFitness

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 58:02 Very Popular


The intestinal barrier serves as a gatekeeper to the human body. The loss of the health and integrity of this barrier influences multiple aspects of human health – including cardiometabolic function, neurological health, behavior, and more – in surprising and unexpected ways. One of these ways involves lipopolysaccharide, or LPS, a bacterial product that arises in the intestine, and its interaction with far distal tissues and organs via the induction of immune mediators. Dr. Rhonda Patrick was the keynote speaker for the Metabolic Health Summit, held May 5 – 8, 2022, in Santa Barbara, California. Her presentation described the role that intestinal permeability and bacterial products play in aging, inflammation, and chronic disease. Show notes and video CHAPTERS: 06:04 - Introduction 08:12 - Atherosclerosis 13:49 - Brain 16:07 - Circulating LPS and behavior 19:05 - Toll-like receptors and inflammation 24:00 - Factors that affect intestinal permeability 30:10 - Alcohol 32:07 - Gluten 35:21 - Butyrate and dietary fiber 37:48 - Dietary fat 42:21 - Biomarkers of intestinal permeability 43:11 - Omega-3 fatty acids 50:02 - Q&A LEARN MORE: Coinciding with this release, you can now find a variety of deep resources on the FoundMyFitness website for all of the topics covered in this episode. Learn about the blood-brain barrier Learn about intestinal permeability Learn about toll-like receptors Learn about cerebral small vessel disease SUPPORT THE CHANNEL: Many of these magnificent resources exist directly as a result of our premium members. As a premium member, listeners get access to our exclusive podcast The Aliquot, monthly Q&As, a special summary of scientific research every other week called the Science Digest, and more. Sign up to become a premium member and nurture the existence of the FoundMyFitness platform. Become a member

Plant Proof - Plant Based Nutrition & Inspirational Stories
Optimising your omega 3 intake with Bill Harris, PhD

Plant Proof - Plant Based Nutrition & Inspirational Stories

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 118:03


In Episode #208, I'm joined by expert researcher Dr Bill Harris to discuss the relationship between omega-3 fatty acids and human health. Increasingly, online nutrition conversation is moving away from scientific literature and is more heavily influenced by marketing and controversial claims for personal gain. Whether people are making these statements to grow their online community or capitalise on a financial opportunity, omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids are yet another topic surrounded by bold claims. In this episode, you'll learn about the different types of dietary fats and why saturation is important in terms of human health. We cover the connection between cholesterol, fat saturation, and heart disease; the benefits or potential concerns of consuming omega-3s; supplementation guidelines; omega-6s and inflammation; the difference between adequate and optimal intake; and much more. Specifically, we cover: Intro [0:00] What are fats? [5:21] Harris' research [10:28] Dietary guidelines & saturated fats [12:45] Monounsaturated fats [24:40] Unsaturated fats [27:37] Omega-6s [33:47] Omega-3s [49:21] Supplementing [1:21:04] DHA - prostate cancer & brain health [1:40:16] Outro [1:55:09] You can learn more about Dr Bill Harris' research at the Omega Quant and Fatty Acid Research Institute websites. To connect with Omega Quant team, you can access their Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook pages. Thank you to The Proof friend Eimele Essential 8 for sponsoring today's episode. Eimele Essential 8 offers the right nutrients, in the right doses, to complement a plant-rich diet. To save 5% on your first order, head to theproof.com/friends. Make sure to head to theproof.com/podcast for the full show notes. Enjoy, friends. Simon Want to support the show? If you are enjoying The Proof a great way to support the show is by leaving a review on the Apple Podcasts or a comment on YouTube. It only takes a few minutes and helps more people find the episodes. Simon Hill, Msc, Bsc (Hons) Creator of Theproof.com and host of The Proof with Simon Hill Author of The Proof is in the Plants Watch the episodes on YouTube, or Listen on Apple/Spotify Connect with me on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook Download my complimentary two week meal plan and plant performance

Nutrition with Judy
Unveiling the Corruption of Our Dietary Recommendations - Dr. Gary Fettke

Nutrition with Judy

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 60:02 Very Popular


I'm excited to sit down with Dr. Gary Fettke. We talk about his story, how our dietary recommendations was corrupted and much more. Make sure to listen to the full interview to get the full details. Dr. Gary Fettke is an orthopedic surgeon practicing in Launceston, Tasmania, Australia. He has a major interest in preventative medicine and encourages his patients to lose weight before undergoing surgery. Although his specialty is surgery, he believes it is much better to help people avoid surgery if at all possible by taking preventative measures, which often involve altering their diet.In recent years Dr. Fettke has focused on the role of diet in the development of diabetes, obesity and cancer. He has been speaking out on the combined role of sugar, fructose, refined carbohydrates and polyunsaturated oils linking together to be behind inflammation and modern disease.He has incurred the wrath of regulatory bodies for his stand on public health, but he and his wife, Belinda, remain active defending the benefits of a low-carb and healthy fat living. Their ongoing work has uncovered the vested interests and ideologies shaping nutritional guidelines at an international level.We discuss the following: Dr. Gary Fettke vs. Big FoodNutritional recommendationsThoughts on the low-carb dietThoughts on breakfast being the most important meal of the dayThoughts on bland cerealThe villainization of meatFood addictionThe impact of the pandemic on our lives_____RESOURCESInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/isupportgary/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/belindanofructose/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/FructoseNo Website: http://www.nofructose.com/ Supporting Dr. Gary Fettke: https://www.isupportgary.com/ ____CHECK OUT MY BOOK, Carnivore CureSIGN UP FOR MY WEEKLY NEWSLETTER_____ ADDITIONAL RESOURCESNutrition with Judy ArticlesNutrition with Judy ResourcesCutting Against the Grain Podcast_____ FIND ME

Ask Dr. Deanna
Sleep Apnea: What's Keeping You Up at Night?!

Ask Dr. Deanna

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 12:37


Many people with sleep apnea don't know they have it yet it's negatively impacting their health.  I. This episode I cover symptoms of sleep apnea, types of sleep apnea, and some of the treatment options available. Timestamps:1:49 - Symptoms of Sleep Apnea5:27 - Reducing Sleep Apnea-related inflammation8:44 - Dietary habits for addressing Sleep Apnea--Let's Connect!To get more info and updates on the podcast and connect with me on my personal account@deannaholdrenCheck out the website for more info!deannaholdren.comShow Support:If you enjoy this podcast please Rate, Review, Subscribe and SHARE this out on Apple PodcastsBig shout out to our team that makes this show possible!If you are looking to start your own podcast hit up @upstarterpods on Instagram! 

Soaring Child: Thriving with ADHD
Dealing With Dietary and Social Changes with Andrea Daigle

Soaring Child: Thriving with ADHD

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 29:56


In this week's episode of the Soaring Child Podcast, we had a delightful and insightful conversation with Andrea Daigle. Andrea has been on her journey with treating her ADHD-diagnosed son for about four years, and she shares the key tools and approaches she took in order to implement healthier eating and social habits for her son.   The main topic we discussed in this episode is how much diet can affect behavior. We all know that establishing a dietary system that consists of whole and organic foods is the best approach, but it can be costly. So, Andrea shares her secret to keeping the price of “eating healthy” at a low rate. The key is to try to find a system that works for your child and your family.    Andrea puts a strong emphasis on implementing the right system for one's child. Every child is different and one specific system is not going to get results for every single child. Parents have to try things out and fixate on what works for their child and what does not. But the important thing is to try. Get started making the right changes for your child and your family.   Takeaways:  [2:59] The start of Andrea's journey in treating their son with ADHD [4:37] Andrea's son's adverse reaction to the medication [7:19] The reason why Andrea connected with The Soaring Child [10:48] How families should start to make dietary changes [17:15] Getting kids to transition from dairy milk to non-dairy milk [19:50] Keeping the cost of “eating healthy” low [22:31] How to deal with a picky eater [26:17] How to deal with friends' birthday parties when they're implementing changes in diet [29:35] Key final takeaways   Where to Find Andrea Daigle: For a free call with Andrea and the team at ADHD Thrive Institute https://adhdthrivemethod.com/meet    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ADHDThriveInstitute  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/adhdthriveinstitute/    Memorable quotes:  “But in the process of me exploring these different avenues… you know… working with doctors… medication and that sort of thing, he started having outbursts, tantrums, and just… a lot of emotional dysregulation.”   “It got to the point where the school was calling me every day so I did it… I put him on medication, and it was awful. He had the most violent rages on that medication, and it just exacerbated the problem.”   “The number one thing that was the most eye-opening was that my son, at 7 years old, said, ‘Mommy, I feel happy, I feel good.' And that was when we knew we were making a difference.”   “ A very good place to begin is taking a look at those snacks. It's a very good place to start for everybody. Look at those snacks and what's coming in and out of those packages.”  “The thing you want to do with birthday parties is be prepared. We always want to be prepared and plan ahead. The very first thing to do is call and find out what's being served at the birthday party.”   “We started this journey when my son was 7. He is almost 11 years old now, and he chooses to eat this way. If we go to a party, he's the one that takes charge of what we bring, what that sweet treat is, because he doesn't want to go backwards. He doesn't want to feel what he used to feel.”   “The last thing I want to say is if you're feeling overwhelmed, or you're feeling like you have nothing left to try, or your children are really struggling, you haven't tried implementing diet and nutrition changes, now is the time. Don't sit on it. Don't wait. Don't even take a second guess about it. Now is this time, because it is going to be the best decision you will ever make for you and your family.”

JJ Virgin Lifestyle Show
Dietary Interventions for Autoimmune Disease with Dr. Terry Wahls

JJ Virgin Lifestyle Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 36:24 Very Popular


Do profound health transformations inspire and motivate you? Then you'll want to listen to this conversation with Dr. Terry Wahls, who went from being in a wheelchair to living life as an active, busy professional. Dr. Wahls is living proof that you can change debilitating conditions like multiple sclerosis (MS) with diet and lifestyle changes. Dr. Wahls – a clinical professor of medicine at the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, clinical researcher, and author of several books including The Wahls Protocol® – was diagnosed with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (MS) in 2000. In December 2007, she began the Wahls Protocol®. The results were stunning: Within a year, Dr. Wahls could walk without a cane. She even completed an 18-mile bicycle tour! Here, you'll learn about Dr. Wahls' TEDx talk that changed everything, her big a-ha moment that helped redesign the paleo diet, and the moment that changed everything for Dr. Wahls (and left her family in tears). Plus, you'll hear about why the Wahls Protocol® is ideal for any autoimmune condition (not just MS) and the one simple dietary strategy EVERYONE should do. JJ and Dr. Wahl also talk about the most inflammatory foods (and the best anti-inflammatory options), how The Virgin Diet and the Wahls' Protocol® overlap, the groundbreaking research Dr. Wahls is doing to challenge the conversation about MS and other autoimmune conditions, and where to start if you're just beginning the Wahls Protocol®. Whether you have MS or another autoimmune condition, or you need a big hit of inspiration, you won't want to miss this information-packed conversation where Dr. Wahl proves that with the right diet, lifestyle, and mindset, anything is possible. As a thank you for listening, you'll get Dr. Wahls' five-step process that she uses in her clinics to help patients improve their health behaviors. Get Dr. Terry's Free Guide: Introduction to the Wahls Behavior Change Model https://terrywahls.com/betterhealth/

Revolution Health Radio
RHR Research Review: Dietary Interventions for Cancer, Vitamin D, Walking, Tocotrienols, Sleep Apnea, ADHD in Kids, Mental Health, and Nanoplastics

Revolution Health Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 53:05 Very Popular


In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, Chris Kresser reviews some of the most interesting recently published studies and shares his thoughts and insights on them. Chris examines studies related to dietary interventions with cancer, maintaining adequate vitamin D levels to help prevent COVID-19, the link between the pace of walking and biological age, the benefits of tocotrienols on a wide range of conditions, how sleep apnea can accelerate aging, micronutrients for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder in kids, benefits to mental health from exposure to nature during the pandemic, and the dangers of nanoplastics leaching from food and beverage containers. The post RHR Research Review: Dietary Interventions for Cancer, Vitamin D, Walking, Tocotrienols, Sleep Apnea, ADHD in Kids, Mental Health, and Nanoplastics appeared first on Chris Kresser.

Sigma Nutrition Radio
#438: Diet, Brain Health & Cognitive Function

Sigma Nutrition Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 114:17 Very Popular


Some cognitive decline is normal with age. However, more significant cognitive decline is primarily due to disease-induced dementias (such as Alzheimer's Disease). It also results from neurodegenerative disorders and chronic, prolonged degeneration of our neuronal pathways and functions. Drug discovery for dementias have been largely unsuccessful, leaving no good treatments for this collection of diseases. This had led to research examining areas that may aid in preventing (or more accurately, slowing) cognitive decline. In this episode the Sigma team look at the published data on a variety of nutrients, foods and dietary patterns, including: vitamin D, omega-3 fatty acids, B vitamins, caffeine, flavanoids, coffee and green leafy vegetables. Subscribe to Premium   [00:02:01] Definitions [00:08:40] What causes cognitive decline? Dementia? Mechanisms of ND pathogenesis. [00:11:33] Why might nutrition play a role? [00:18:18] Dietary patterns [00:26:30] Diet interaction with APOE genotype [00:31:18] Alcohol [00:36:36] Polyphenols - mechanisms [00:43:05] Coffee & Caffeine [00:45:03] Flavanoids [00:51:04] Vitamin D [01:04:22] Omega 3 fatty acids [01:21:42] B vitamins & green leafy veg [01:30:35] Vitamin E [01:38:24] How to assess cognitive health in ageing intervention studies [01:45:28] Concluding thoughts   Show notes to this episode Subscribe to Premium