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Bodily activity that enhances or maintains physical fitness and overall health and wellness

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    Mind Pump: Raw Fitness Truth
    1878: Healthy Meal Ideas for the Whole Family, Great Resources for Better Exercise Programming, Tips for Beating a Midday Slump & More

    Mind Pump: Raw Fitness Truth

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 92:33 Very Popular


    In this episode of Quah (Q & A), Sal, Adam & Justin answer four Pump Head questions drawn from last Sunday's Quah post on the @mindpumpmedia Instagram page. Mind Pump Fit Tip: One of the biggest challenges when it comes to fitness success is that we tend to FOCUS on the SYMPTOMS and not the ROOT CAUSE. (3:14) NCI is doing things right. (26:16) The value of treating exercise as a SKILL. (28:46) Empathizing with the younger generation. (36:17) Obesity, it's NOT your genetics. (39:47) The mindset shifts in getting your children involved in mundane or physical household tasks. (41:19) Organifi Red Juice, the ULTIMATE caffeine alternative. (52:28) Have you seen an elephant receive CPR?! (55:12) #Quah question #1 - What are some common meals that are great for the family and hit all the healthy macros? (57:13) #Quah question #2 - Where do you guys turn to for programming ideas and to gain more knowledge regarding training? (1:05:01) #Quah question #3 - How can you beat the midday slump when bulking? (1:16:14) #Quah question #4 - What are your thoughts on Mk677? Is it good or bad depending on your body type? (1:20:46) Related Links/Products Mentioned NCI x Mind Pump Scholarship Visit Organifi for the exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Promo code MINDPUMP at checkout** August Special: TOP SELLING PROGRAMS COMBINED FOR ONLY $99.99! Vitamin D and its role in psoriasis: An overview of the ... - PubMed Pharmaceutical industry TV advertising spending in the United States from 2016 to 2020 Stop Working Out And Start Practicing – Mind Pump Blog Skill acquisition, skill loss, and age. A comparative study of Cognitive Foundation Skills (CFS) in Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden. Strength Of Grip Declines In Young Adults Mind Pump #1877: Obesity, It's Not Your Genetics Circus Fat Man Elephant rescued with CPR as man jumps up and down on her chest Visit Oli Pop for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Promo code MINDPUMP at checkout for 15% off your first order** Mind Pump #1860: Fourteen Of The Best Foods For An Amazing Physique RGB Bundle | MAPS Fitness Products Dinosaur Training: Lost Secrets of Strength and Development Eldoa ELDOA Exercises feat. Mind Pump Media Mind Pump #1815: Improving Fat Loss, Muscle Gain And Fitness With Continuous Glucose Monitors Visit NutriSense for the exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Promo code MINDPUMP at checkout** Mind Pump #1427: Don't Make These 6 Bulking Mistakes MP Hormones Mind Pump Hormones Facebook Private Forum MK-677 Benefits | What You MUST Know - Peptides Mind Pump Podcast – YouTube Mind Pump Free Resources People Mentioned Dr. Becky Campbell (@drbeckycampbell)  Instagram Dr. Stephen Cabral (@stephencabral)  Instagram Jason Phillips (@jasonphillipsisnutrition)  Instagram Robert Oberst (@robertoberst)  Instagram Ben Pollack, Ph.D. (@phdeadlift)  Instagram Amelia Boone (@arboone11)  Instagram Justin Brink DC (@dr.justinbrink)  Instagram Kelly Starrett (@thereadystate)  Instagram

    Get Your Marriage On! with Dan Purcell
    95: Hormones, Periods, and Sex

    Get Your Marriage On! with Dan Purcell

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 43:02 Very Popular


    I used to think that a woman's period was just nature's way of telling you that you're not pregnant. But there's so much more to understanding one's cycle. Did you know that a woman's cycle can be broken down into four phases, and each phase has their own superpower? That understanding your hormones and what they're there for can give you more confidence and energy? And what foods should you eat (and what to avoid) to help support a healthy body and hormone levels?  Ashlee has personal experience with PMS, debilitating period pain, and infertility is what ultimately set her on a journey to learn more about how food and lifestyle affect hormone health, and eventually creating her signature course, Cycle Strategy 101, as well as Exercise and Hormones, and Cycle Sexcess. As you'll see, Ashlee is passionate about teaching women how to tap into their superpowers by honoring their cyclical rhythms.  Links mentioned in this podcast episode: Wild Power In the Flo Julva

    Becoming Ronin
    #31 - Morning Routine Rules, Smitty & OB Debate Longevity

    Becoming Ronin

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 65:19


    OVERVIEW Today, the Smitty and OB are honored to be joined by Infinity Coach, Cory Comitale. Cory is brining the Ronin community his guidelines on how he creates the perfect morning routine. The Ronin Listeners are no strangers to the connection between owning your morning and self-mastery. Secondly, Smitty gets OB's and Cory's thoughts on his rules for longevity. The guys talk through all the things Smitty wish he knew early on in his career and is now passing on as sage advice for training success.   TIMESTAMPS [0:00] Forever Strong [1:50] The 20-20-20 Rule for Morning Routines [11:51] The Truth Behind Tracking Calories [28:00] Imperfect Training is Better Than No Training [31:30] Smitty and OB Debate Longevity [34:15] Choose the Exercise to the Person [35:30] Improved Technique as Progression [36:40] Don't Use First Exercise as Warm Up [43:30] No Failed Reps [47:40] Incorporating Unilateral Training [52:46] Cycling Barbell Out of Your Program   RESOURCES Team Forever Strong: Https://trainheroic.com/foreverstrong Instagram  (OB) https://www.instagram.com/oberther/ www.infinityithaca.com (Smitty) https://www.instagram.com/smittydiesel/ www.dieselsc.com Order LMNT! (The Cleanest Sports Drink on the Market) http://elementallabs.refr.cc/brianoberther Get $150 off the premier cold plunge tank at: https://plunge.pxf.io/qnXvLN      

    The Strong Mommas Podcast
    173. How to stop emotional eating

    The Strong Mommas Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 6:55


    Is there a trick that can help you stop emotional eating? Whether it's stress-eating, depressed-eating, or even happy-eating, mindlessly eating foods based on your emotional state is a real struggle. Today, Megan is answering a specific question from a listener who's been struggling with mood eating. This listener battles the chocolate when she's feeling down, and can't seem to walk away. If this is something that's really crippling you and getting you super frustrated, tune in for some extremely helpful tips on how to overcome this issues, once and for all. Have your own burning self-care question? Need help getting unstuck and troubleshooting an issue? Leave a voicemail for Megan here for an opportunity to have it featured on the show! www.vigeofit.com/ask More Resources ASK MEGAN: Submit a voice message for Megan to ask on the show! FREE - STRESS EATING GUIDE! Learn how to overcome your stress eating and drinking once and for all (includes BONUS worksheet) Follow Megan on Instagram

    House Finesse
    Deca-dance with One Phat DJ

    House Finesse

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 120:02


    As we mark our tenth year of House Finesse this week, our original resident One Phat DJ has dived into the archives to pull some of his favourites over the years for a two hour epic celebration.

    Chiropractic OnLine Todays HealthBeat
    COTs HealthBeat for Friday, August 12, 2022

    Chiropractic OnLine Todays HealthBeat

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 5:26


    In this edition of HealthBeat, we discuss Sacral stress fractures in athletes. Want More Health and Technology Info - Follow Dr Eglow at - http://www.twitter.com/teglow Please Support HealthBeat Advertisers - http://www.audiblepodcast.com/healthbeat For information about adding Personalized Healthbeat Podcasts to your offices Web Site, to help you attract new patients, please Email us at healthbeat@chiropracticradio.com COTs HealthBeat is now available on Stitcher Radio - Surf to - http://app.stitcher.com/browse/feed/31530/details And remember to surf to our Show Notes, located at http://www.ChiropracticRadio.com My Podcast Alley feed! {pca-35ddbc0845765814071fb2d2e8501841}

    GUNS Magazine Podcast
    #144- School Safety: Tips for 'The Talk'

    GUNS Magazine Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 28:10


    As kids go back to school, they are worried about more than readin', writin' and 'rithmic — they're concerned about school violence. If you're a parent, grandparent or caregiver, you should listen to the episode to discover tips on how to have 'the talk' with your kids. Episode Sponsor:  The GUNS Magazine Podcast is presented by 1791 Gunleather. Founded in 2015, 1791 Gunleather uses 100% certified American, heavy native steerhide, and our team incorporates four generations of professional leather artisans into the mastery of both beautiful craftsmanship and functionality found in each holster. For more than two centuries, the Second Amendment of our great United States Constitution has protected our rights, as citizens of this nation, to keep and bear arms. Our love and appreciation for the founders of this great nation and their establishment of our Second Amendment is something we express in every holster we craft. Providing you with a quality, handcrafted holster is our way of assisting you in protecting your loved ones and our cherished freedoms as Americans. Exercise the Second Amendment as your right and responsibility with pride, knowing that each 1791 Gunleather holster is made from the best premium American 100% certified, heavy native steerhide and handcrafted to be the best leather holster for your personal firearm. To find out more visit 1791Gunleather.com Read and subscribe to GUNS Magazine at gunsmagazine.com. 

    TanglePod
    Letting Go Exercise - Season 5

    TanglePod

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 22:25


    In four episodes we are exploring the theme of Letting Go.  From books and resources, to exercises and reflections,  we will discuss how we can make small changes to help ourselves let go of our road blocks and obstacles in our thoughts. 

    UF Health Podcasts
    ‘Exercise pill' could be on the way

    UF Health Podcasts

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022


    Ever dreaded hitting the gym? You knew you needed it and that you would…

    The Boat Galley
    Onboard Exercises

    The Boat Galley

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 8:12 Very Popular


    Staying active on the boat is easier when you've got some dedicated moves. Here are three!   Links (Amazon links are affiliate links, meaning that The Boat Galley Podcast earns from qualifying purchases; some other links may be affiliate links): "It Depends" Blog Post  General Tips for Working Out Onboard  Yoga Mat (Amazon) Weight Set (Amazon) Nica email  Carolyn email  Subscribe to the Boat Galley Newsletter!  Today's episode of The Boat Galley Podcast is sponsored by Sailrite, the one-stop shop for all your DIY canvas and upholstery projects. From heavy-duty, portable sewing machines to fabric, foam and everything in between, Sailrite's outstanding customer support and free how-to videos empower you to sew for your boat, home and more. Visit Sailrite.com to get started on your DIY journey. Click to see all podcast sponsors, past and present. Music: “Slow Down” by Yvette Craig

    Fit, Healthy & Happy Podcast
    415: 7 Hottest TikTok Fitness Trends, What's Good & What's Garbage

    Fit, Healthy & Happy Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 29:27 Very Popular


    ➢ DM "Get Started" to @ColossusFit to apply for coaching ➢Debunking 7 Fitness Myths- https://open.spotify.com/episode/0HJwpz648P30kC58itFbmZ?si=08244cdefdf64d43➢ Tik Tok trends that are actually good- https://open.spotify.com/episode/3r9X7eN7uZwWEAJwmfuXcv?si=77e0559846d44f54In today's episode we go over the current seven hottest fitness trends that are taking over Tiktok and explain to you what's good and what's garbage. Listed points:Annabel Lucinda's Ab Workout Proffee (Protein + Coffee): We all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but the macronutrients that compose your breakfast make a huge difference. Starting your day with protein will help keep you satisfied and focused all morning long.12-3-30 Method: The workout method that went viral overnight. You set your treadmill to an incline of 12% and a speed of 3mph, and then you walk for 30 minutes. It sounds easy, but that 12% incline gets hard FAST. This method is great for LISS (Low-Intensity Steady State) workouts, which helps promote your body's fat-burning mechanism. This method was created by Lauren Giraldo but has quickly taken over TikTok with people touting its transformative results.25-7-2 Stairmaster Workout Another workout named after the details of the workout, the 25-7-2 workout takes place on the Stairmaster instead of the treadmill. To do this trendy workout that will burn your legs, hop on the Stairmaster and set it to level 7 for 25 minutes. You only need to do this workout twice a week. Make sure to watch your posture when doing your steps, it is easy to slouch and lose the form you need to do this correctly. You can make it more challenging by skipping steps or doing side steps.Online coaches and classesHIIT Workouts/Chloe Ting WorkoutNo quick fixes truly work with fitness Thanks for listening! We genuinely appreciate every single one of you listening.➢Join our exclusive FREE facebook group: https://bit.ly/3snmT26➢Follow us on instagram @colossusfit➢Apply to get your Polished Physique: https://colossusfitness.com/Support the show

    MyFSHD
    More on nutrition, supplements, and lifestyle/exercise.

    MyFSHD

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 108:28 Very Popular


    "Who's gonna turn down a Junior Mint? It's chocolate, it's peppermint..... it's delicious!" Tamara and Michael Gottlieb join us to discuss how nutrition, vitamins, dietary supplements, and lifestyle adjustments have greatly improved their muscle health in the FSHD and non-FSHD members of their family. Tamara is one of the founders of the "FSHD - supplements, nutrition, and peer support" Facebook group. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/peter-l-jones/message

    TRAINED
    Kelly Starrett, DPT | The Fundamentals of Fitness

    TRAINED

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 32:19 Very Popular


    Becoming your most athletic self isn't just about going harder, lifting heavier or running faster. According to Kelly Starrett, a doctor of physical therapy, improving your performance starts with nailing the basics. On this episode, the CrossFit trainer and co-founder of The Ready State tells us how to build a solid fitness foundation by maximizing our movement and mobility. He explains the basic skills that can help prevent injury and how they're consistently utilized across all areas of sport and fitness. He also breaks down how anyone can stay fit — in or out of the gym.Learn MoreWant to be coached by Kelly? Check out The Ready State.Go in-depth on Kelly's philosophies with his bestselling book, Becoming a Supple Leopard.Get more CrossFit training tips from Chandler Smith's Trained episode, then check out this article on the Nike Coaching Hub for more mobility guidance.

    How Was Your Run Today? The Podcast
    Episode 254 - A Long Nap

    How Was Your Run Today? The Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 44:43


    Bryan and Peter break the podcast silence with their first new episode in 4 months! They are talking up taper traps just before the running of the 2022 Anchor Down Ultra. Thy review how the training cycle for the race has been for them. Plus, Bryan is sad about the end of the print edition of his favorite running magazine. Please join Bryan and Peter in wishing fellow ADU runners Corinne Griffiths and Paul Chekal the best of luck with this year's run!  HWYRTians can follow their progress during the race by checking the ADU Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/anchordownultra  

    FUNC YOU UP!
    Ep 148: Organic v. Conventional

    FUNC YOU UP!

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 17:54


    Ep 148: Organic v. ConventionalWay beyond the “Dirty Dozen” list, there are certain items that are non-negotiable for us when it comes to buying organic versus conventional. Why? Aside from just being better for us and our health, they're also better for the environment and its health. Let's talk about what “organic” even means, and 5 (some surprising) items we think it's very important to stick to the organic kind. Can't get enough FUNC YOU UP!? Follow @michellemiller_msacn, @kbova_nutrition, and @physiologicnyc for more functional nutrition and health. In the meantime, leave us a review on iTunes, follow us on Spotify and share! FUNC YOU UP! is a Physio Logic wellness podcast covering the best in wellness, nutrition, and functional medicine in twenty minutes or less with hosts Michelle Miller, Functional Nutritionist, and Kendra Bova, Functional Medicine Registered Dietitian. https://physiologicnyc.com/func-you-up-podcast #IntegrativeNutrition #FunctionalMedicine #Organic

    Stacked with Joe DiStefano
    199 | Dr Andrew Hill - How Does Coffee + Exercise Improve Brain Performance? The Results of Joe's No-Coffee vs Coffee Brain Scan

    Stacked with Joe DiStefano

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 114:12


    Dr. Andrew Hill is a cognitive neuroscientist and the founder of Peak Brain Institute, which provides brain mapping and neurofeedback services specifically designed to reduce stress, improve focus, and enhance performance. Four years ago, I sought Andrew's advice on recovering from concussions, and recently I took part in an at-home brain mapping session which allowed me to compare my current data with my earlier results. So, in this episode, we talk about training the brain, and Andrew explains the effects of caffeine and intensive early morning exercise on mental focus and performance. Support the show

    TLM Radio
    Owning Your Sh*t & One Small Hack To Increase Your Endurance & Performance

    TLM Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 45:51


    We're back answering a bunch of your personal questions in detail! We cover- Training & motivation around alcohol. Taking owner ship & not playing the 'i'm a parent card, for poor personal choices. Leon shares a simple hack to improve your endurance & performance. To contact us about the podcast or coaching email us here tlmonlinecoaching@gmail.com  

    True Stride
    EP98: The Power of Your Pen

    True Stride

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 22:33


    Every individual adds a unique flair to this world we share. Your thoughts, words, and expressions deserve to be celebrated. It's time to intentionally set a practice of documenting and acknowledging your authentic self. This episode talks about the power of your pen. This past week, I'm continuing to purge and generally clean up loose ends. In the middle of this, I discovered an old journal entry tucked in the pages of an old book I swiped through. It's from around a decade ago during my divorce. As I read it, I recalled the relationship, the co-dependency, and the change I needed at that time. The words in that journal entry were a reflection of shifting my focus back to myself instead of prioritizing others. The power of the pen kept that beautiful transition ingrained in that journal entry. I'm here to spend quality solo time with you for EP98's Wise Walk as we discover our True Stride. The power of the pen reminds me of the efforts and contributions I made to evolve into the me I am today. Actually, another way the power of the pen shows up in my life is my dream journal. I started writing my dreams down as a gift to myself. In this way, I acknowledge and nurture my unique dreams and reflections of my inner world. On our Wise Walk, I talk about honoring how you show up in the world with the power of the pen. Like a gratitude journal or scripting for manifestation, you can give your desires the recognition they need to thrive. Come with me as we reflect on these Wise Walk questions: Where in your life do you want to shift something and have you taken time to write it down for yourself? If you have written it down, is it easily accessible for you? (ex. printed out or on a vision board) What are other ways in your life that you use the power of your pen? Where in your life are you exercising the power of your pen? Is there something in your life that you want to acknowledge or honor what's unique about you? Will you take time for yourself and create the power of the pen so that you can see your uniqueness visually? Allow yourself to express your thoughts through visuals or words. You can plan a vision board, or write a memo to yourself, or doodle affirmations. In tune with this, connecting to the power of the pen can open a space for support. Your words may offer support to someone else or they can communicate what support you'd like from others. Gift the power of your pen with these Wise Walk questions: Can you gift the power of your pen? Where in your life do you have the ability to document what's important to you? Are you making a commitment to document what you need support on?  What are the different ways that you can document what you want to manifest or recognize to elevate your reality? Where in your life can you exercise the power of your thoughts and expression? Join this inspiring community to uncover a new sense of freedom, and be sure to follow and review the True Stride podcast as we continue to exchange our light and Heart Value with each other.   In this episode: [00:23] - Welcome to the show! [03:00] - The power of the written word. [05:10] - Mary Tess shares how she reflects on her vivid dreams. [07:02] - Allow yourself to express your thoughts visually and verbally. [09:50] - Gift the power of the pen. [11:31] - Mary Tess explores how the power of the pen can connect you to support. [13:06] - Know when you deserve to get recognized for your efforts. Start by acknowledging yourself. [15:45] - Cherish your contribution to the world and how you uniquely show up. [18:06] - Exercise your power to express, whether by pen or digitally. [20:35] - Thank you for listening!   Memorable Quotes: “We have the power to use our words and document them in a way that benefits us and that other people can support what we want.” - Mary Tess “Don't let your wonderful contributions and your amazing gifts and talents go unnoticed.” - Mary Tess   Links and Resources: Mary Tess Rooney Email Facebook | LinkedIn | Twitter | Instagram Heart Value

    The Over 50 Health & Wellness Podcast
    Why Diets Fail with Dr. David Prologo

    The Over 50 Health & Wellness Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 65:28


    What's the difference between lean healthy fit people and those who seem to constantly struggle with weight issues? Why is it that so many of us have such a hard time of not necessarily losing weight, but of maintaining a lean healthy body? Is it a lack of willpower or motivation – maybe these folks lack the grit and the determination necessary for long term changes. Or maybe it's lack of knowledge – if they just understood what foods to eat and what exercises to do that would lead them to the promised land of having a lean fit healthy body. Or maybe the problem is that the vast majority of nutrition and fitness advise is coming from people who are already lean fit and healthy. And what works to keep them lean and fit might be terrible advice for someone who has 30,40,50 or more pounds to lose – because they are in a different starting place.  Maybe it's time to reexamine why diets fail, and more importantly, when they do fail, why do we blame the dieter for that failure? My guest today is Dr. David Prologo. David is a dual board-certified interventional radiologist and obesity medicine specialist, and the author of the book titled The Catching Point Transformation: A Twelve-Week Weight Loss Strategy Based in Reality. He has spent more than twenty years specifically analyzing the phenomenon of diet attrition and why diets fail. Join us this week as David explains exactly how those of us who struggle with sustainable weight loss can meet themselves where they are and learn how to prepare themselves for a successful journey to obtaining – and maintaining – a lifelong lean, fit, and healthy body. You can connect with David in the following ways:Website - https://www.drprologo.com/Instagram - @jdprologoFacebook - @jdprologoTwitter - @jdprlogoBook – The Catching Point Transformation: A Twelve-Week Weight Loss Strategy Based in Reality Sponsor Info2Pood - https://2pood.com/Use coupon code “silveredge” to save 10% on your order. Want more over 50 health and wellness goodness? Join our private Facebook group!https://www.facebook.com/groups/silveredgefitness

    Biz Body
    The Best Exercise For Your Glutes, Not Really.

    Biz Body

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 5:13


    The frame of your relationship with your client is more important than you think. What do they want, and how can you deliver it to them? Set your plan with your knowledge of mechanics, physiology, pathology, and recovery to deliver. Then, ASK YOUR CLIENT ABOUT WHAT THEY EXPERIENCED!!! It may not be what you thought.

    Kan English
    Getting children to do more exercise isn't easy

    Kan English

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 5:51


    A new study by the Israel Defense Forces has found that the average weight of new recruits joining the army today is a whopping 10 kilos heavier than a generation ago. But the problem of overweight is spreading in Israel, particularly among children who exercise less and eat more than before. Rakefet Arieli , a sports and clinical sports dietitian and advisor to the school sport association in Israel, said that programs are being developed to make children more physically active. She spoke with reporter Arieh O'Sullivan. (photo: Michal Fattal/flash90)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    The Period Recovery Podcast
    I've Been Told My Missing Period Is Not a Problem

    The Period Recovery Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 32:30


    Hey everyone! I'm very excited about this one. I'm going to be dropping some truth bombs and clearing up some of the half-truths! In this week's solo episode, I discuss the myths and false information I was given when missing a period. Along with clarifying some of the lies that multiple people have been told by health professionals, I'll give the TRUTH about your missing period. Some of the half-truths women hear about their missing period :{12:13} You just came off the pill - expect 3-6 months to have a regular cycle{14:07} Progesterone can kick start your period{15:48} You need to be careful about what you are eating but keep exercising{18:22} You are not skinny enough to have HA; you have a normal BMI{20:23} Other women work out as much as you or more, and they have normal periods{22:00} Post-pill amenorrhea {22:40} If you don't want kids, then it doesn't matter{24:32} You can be on hormone replacement for the rest of your lifeConnect with Cynthia:Apply for coaching: https://p.bttr.to/3dJneV8 Links: www.periodnutritionist.comTake the When Will My Period Come Back Quiz:https://www.tryinteract.com/share/quiz/626aa3f218a24e0018c59fa6Instagram: @period.nutritionist 

    STEM-Talk
    Episode 140: Kaleen Lavin discusses the benefits of exercise on aging, Parkinson's and inflammation

    STEM-Talk

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 78:13 Very Popular


    Today we would like to introduce you to one of our newest colleagues here at IHMC,  Dr. Kaleen Lavin, a research scientist who investigates the molecular mechanisms by which the body adapts and reacts to stressors such as exercise, training and aging. Kaleen came onboard at IHMC last year and is known for her use of computational biology techniques as a means to understand and improve human health, performance and resilience. She also is interested in the use of exercise as a countermeasure for a range of disease conditions, including neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson's disease. Today we will talk to her about some of her most recent work that examined the molecular effects of exercise training in skeletal muscle and in people with Parkinson's. We also talk to Kaleen about her recent paper that took a comprehensive look at the current literature surrounding the molecular and cellular processes underlying the molecular benefits that exercise induces in humans. The paper appeared earlier this year in Comprehensive Physiology and was titled, “State of Knowledge on Molecular Adaptations to Exercise in Humans.” Kaleen is a graduate of Georgetown University, where she earned a bachelor's degree in biology. She also earned a master's in sports nutrition and exercise science from Marywood University in Pennsylvania and a Ph.D. in human bioenergetics from  Ball State University in Indiana. Show notes: [00:03:02] Dawn opens the interview mentioning that Kaleen grew up in Scranton, Pennsylvania, and asks Kaleen about her passion for music as a youth. [00:03:25] Ken asks Kaleen about her high school years and how she became  a competitive swimmer. [00:04:26] Dawn mentions that Kaleen was an excellent student growing up, but that it wasn't until her junior year of high school that she became interested in science. Dawn asks if it were a teacher who inspired Kaleen. [00:05:21] Dawn asks what led Kaleen to attend Georgetown University after graduating from high school. [00:05:57] Dawn asks if Kaleen knew she wanted to major in biology when she first arrived on campus at Georgetown. [00:06:45] Ken asks about Kaleen's experience of becoming a part of the Howard Hughes Program at Georgetown, which led to her gaining experience working in lab. [00:08:47] Dawn mentions that Kaleen transitioned from competitive swimming to running during her undergraduate years, running a marathon and half marathon. Dawn asks if  Kaleen's father, who is an avid marathoner, gave her the incentive to start signing up for marathons. [00:13:19] Dawn asks Kaleen about a faculty advisor who noticed her passion for running and exercise and helped her decide what to pursue for her master's degree. [00:15:23] Ken asks Kaleen what led her to pursue her master's at Marywood University, a small Catholic University in Scranton. [00:16:56] Ken asks Kaleen what prompted her to pursue a Ph.D. in exercise science at Ball State University, which has one of the longest-standing human performance programs in the country. [00:17:57] Dawn mentions Kaleen's experience with no-breath laps as part of her training when she was in high school on the swim team. Dawn asks Kaleen to explain what no-breath laps are. [00:19:00] Dawn asks Kaleen about a study she conducted for her master's thesis at Marywood that examined the effects of controlled frequency breath swimming on pulmonary function. [00:22:13] Ken asks about how Kaleen's time at Ball State set her up for her post-doc work at Center for Exercise Medicine at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. [00:24:31] Ken asks what it was about UAB that attracted Kaleen to do her post-doc work there. [00:26:08] Dawn asks about a study published in 2017 by a group at UAB led by Marcas Bamman where researchers took people with Parkinson's disease and ran them through a high-intensity exercise program, finding that you could not only help people preserve some function but al...

    The Knees Over Toes Podcast
    Top 2 Social Media Tips

    The Knees Over Toes Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 15:03 Very Popular


    My current top 2 pieces of advice for social media and life!

    Balance365 Life Radio
    Episode 232: 3-Part Exercise Series (How to Build Muscle + Get Stronger)

    Balance365 Life Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 36:57 Very Popular


    Episode Overview Welcome back to the final episode of our three-part series on exercise! In our previous episodes, we talked about the science behind exercise and addressed myths and truths. Today we're covering how to build muscle and get stronger. We hope you've enjoyed this series and are walking away from this with a better understanding of exercise. Here's to getting your exercise actions in line with your goals! If you're ready to explore the messy middle of health, wellness, and weight loss with us, get on our waitlist for our next coaching enrollment! The doors to our coaching program open again in September. Get your name on the waitlist for early access right here. Key Points How to get clear on your goals The importance of consistency How to apply progressive overload How rest impacts your goals How nutrition plays a role in building muscle and strength Related Content Episode 206: The Pros And Cons Of Weighing Yourself Episode 196: The Secret To Staying Consistent Longer Than 3 Weeks Episode 175: The Truth About Intermittent Fasting Transcript Download a copy of this episode's transcript here.

    Human Performance Outliers Podcast
    Episode 305: Insoles, Vert, & Missed Training!

    Human Performance Outliers Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 46:19


    This episode is a grouping of listener inspired questions and topics.  HPO Sponsors: zachbitter.com/hposponsors Athletic Greens: athleticgreens.com/HPO LMNT: drinkLMNT.com/HPO Support HPO: zachbitter.com/hpo  Support HPO: patreon.com/HPOpodcast 1) Considerations when using custom orthotics or insoles 2) When and how to train for vertical gain/loss 3) Taking a week off from training due to vacation or other life obligations Zach: zachbitter.com IG: @zachbitter Tw: @zbitter FB: @zbitterendurance Strava: Zach Bitter Tiktok: @zachbitter

    Strength Changes Everything
    What Role Does Guidance Play in a Person's Ultimate Ability to Achieve Their Desired Results From Exercise?

    Strength Changes Everything

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 17:38


    Join us for this replay from the archives and learn more about why supervision is key to effective workouts...   When it comes to fitness results, the key to rapid, positive changes is having a coach who  can give you the accountability and motivation you need to work harder and more effectively while still being safe. Brian Cygan and Amy Hudson discuss why supervision is the key to effective strength training, and how when that's combined with the digital feedback at the Exercise Coach, you can achieve the fitness results you've always wanted.   It's been said that the most forgotten variable in strength training is supervision. There is plenty of research that verifies the personal health benefits of strength training but we need to remember that the vast majority of those studies are supervised. The researchers are effectively acting as personal trainers who are supervising and providing motivation and guidance. Other studies have shown that supervised strength training leads to greater strength increases than unsupervised training. The smaller the coach's class size, the greater the effect. When researchers looked at supervised strength training with seniors, they found that when the supervision stops the results diminish or regress, even if the participant continues in a program on their own. The supervision of strength training is the key to making it effective. At the Exercise Coach, the coaches are present to make a difference in three areas: safety, effectiveness, and efficiency. When we talk about safety we are referring to not only keeping a session injury-free, but also that workouts can be continued over the long-term. A qualified professional is going to be watching the form and techniques used while also choosing the right loads and machines for the task. Your workouts should be designed for you and your body, focusing on your current levels of fitness, strength, and ability. The effectiveness of an exercise session is determined by the level of stimulus being applied to the body. Effort levels are of paramount importance and supervision provided by a personal trainer has to bring about higher levels of effort than an individual could manage on their own. Studies have shown that people are capable of producing more force and working harder when someone is present and giving them verbal encouragement and accountability. Digital feedback from the exercise machines, when combined with supervision, further increases a person's ability to produce force. In order for strength training to be effective, you have to pay close attention to form and technique. This is something that a trainer can provide more effectively than someone exercising on their own. Many people fail to achieve the fitness results they are looking for from exercise because they are unable to exercise at the right intensity. It's also possible to work at too high of an intensity and get injured. A coach helps you achieve the optimal intensity for your body. The Exercise Coach creates plans that are personalized and optimal for each individual. When it comes to efficiency, clients never have to wonder which muscles to exercise or what to do next. The coaches get everything set up according to plan. This allows the client to focus on their form and their goal and makes it possible to deliver those results with a 20-minute workout. When you work harder, it decreases the time it takes to see improvements in your fitness, which is why we optimize every second of every workout. A trainer's supervision means that you are going to work harder, but the encouragement of a good team will make it enjoyable.   Link: exercisecoach.com     This podcast and blog are provided to you for entertainment and informational purposes only. By accessing either, you agree that neither constitute medical advice nor should they be substituted for professional medical advice or care. Use of this podcast or blog to treat any medical condition is strictly prohibited. Consult your physician for any medical condition you may be having. In no event will any podcast or blog hosts, guests, or contributors, Exercise Coach USA, LLC, Gymbot LLC, any subsidiaries or affiliates of same, or any of their respective directors, officers, employees, or agents, be responsible for any injury, loss, or damage to you or others due to any podcast or blog content.

    The Fit2Fat2Fit Experience
    EP350: The Crisis of Comfortability with Michael Easter

    The Fit2Fat2Fit Experience

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 54:48


    Michael Easter is an author, speaker, professor, and adventurer. His book, “The Comfort Crisis,” explores the human evolutionary need to be challenged, and uncovers a blueprint for leveraging uncomfortability to unlock your happy, healthy, wild self. In this episode, Drew and Michael delve deep into topics such as human development, once-in-a lifetime adventures to the arctic, and techniques for leveraging uncomfortability throughout daily life to unlock your true potential.    HIGHLIGHTS:   [03:45] Where Michael got inspiration for his book, why being uncomfortable is involved in all areas of human growth, and the powerful idea of “misogi.”   [18:47] How our biology is actually working against us in an age of technology, and what the future of health looks like as technology continues to remove the need for movement and uncomfortability.   [25:08] Michael tells the story of his epic misogi in which he spent over a month trekking through the arctic backcountry hunting Caribou.   [37:20] The power of leveraging intentional discomfort in your daily life, and some practical ways that you can begin to implement discomfort to unlock your true potential.   [47:37] One of the best exercises based on human evolution, and why you should add “rucking” to your weekly routine.    SPONSORS:   Manscaped — Manscaped makes precision engineered tools for your family jewels. Their new Lawn Mower 4.0 uses unique SkinSafe Technology designed specifically for the groin and body to give you a clean trim, whilst protecting your most sensitive areas. They also produce premium skin and body care products designed to keep your skin healthy, and keep you feeling fresh - all day, everyday. And ladies, Manscaped products aren't just for men! Use code “fit2fat2fit” at checkout for 20% off of your order and FREE shipping!   Spartan Race — Spartan is an extreme wellness platform helping humans become unbreakable. Spartan Race hosts a series of obstacle races of varying distance and difficulty ranging from 3 miles to marathon distances that are designed to test you physically, mentally, and reveal your unbreakable potential one epic obstacle at a time. Use code “fit25” for 25% off of any race at checkout!   SHOW LINKS:   eastermichael.com @michael_easter Take the Fit2Fat2Fit Podcast Listener Survey Fit2Fat2Fit on Facebook  @Fit2Fat2Fit on Instagram Fit2Fat2Fit Book  Keto School Program Complete Keto Book Email Drew: info@fit2fat2fit.com

    Desipio Cubs Podcast
    215. Beware of corn sweat - Pointless Exercise Baseball Podcast

    Desipio Cubs Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 93:21


    The Cubs are headed to the Field of Dreams Game and Frank Schwindel will not be going with. Unless he can hurry up and drive some nails into his car tires again. Frank's been replaced on the roster by the very large Franmil Reyes, and David Brown has high hopes for Franmil. The guys discuss a lot of interesting things like what Cubs player is strangely referenced on Hulu's "The Bear," what Sayid from "Lost" is up to these days, and whether or not the Field of Dreams uniforms are cool and how both teams will need to be on the lookout for corn sweat. They give their thoughts on players being interviewed during games, what the White Sox are going to do without Tim Anderson and Andy has a suggestion that Sox fans probably won't like, but it just might happen. And, they talk about unusual injuries to baseball players, snot rockets, and how Madison Bumgarner once dated himself. All that and much, much, more. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/desipio/message

    Bulletproof Hygiene
    GROWTH AND LEADERSHIP: The Teflon Hygienist

    Bulletproof Hygiene

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 18:23


    Bulletproof Hygiene Podcast Episode 76 Host: Charissa Wood, RDH Key Takeaways:Introduction Becoming A Bulletproof Hygienist Self Insulation Know Your Why Remember Everyone Has A Story Simple Check-in Or Acknowledgement Do Not Be Defensive Don't Make Jokes Build Trust Keep Open Body Language Listening To Their Questions And Concerns Ask Good Questions Do Not Rush Processes Spread The Trust To The Team Practice Great Self-Care Get Enough Sleep Good Nutrition Move Body Regularly Do Something You Love Everyday References: Bulletproof Hygiene Mastermind Summit Mighty Networks: Bulletproof Hygiene    Tweetables: "Why" stems from our want to take care of others. Getting to be a hygienist is a gift and privilege. Not everyone is willing to change.

    Life Coaching for Women Physicians
    121. Emotional Eating Part 1

    Life Coaching for Women Physicians

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 26:22


    At some point in your life, you have eaten emotionally. I think there's a lot of stigma about emotional eating, but not all emotional eating is negative. Eating birthday cake, celebratory meals, and other happy occasion foods are usually positive! So let's talk about what constitutes negative emotional eating and the behaviors that might lead you there.   The Behaviors That Lead to Emotional Eating Reaction Resisting Distraction Spiraling   Food for Thought: A New Perspective on Emotional Eating There is a terrible stigma around emotional eating. But the reality is that we've all done it at some point in our lives. The real problem comes when we have difficulty controlling our emotional eating urges. One of the actions that lead to emotional eating is not processing your emotions. Not processing our emotions can manifest in many different ways, but I really want you to understand the importance of learning to process your feelings.  I explore some of the reasons why we so often don't process our emotions. But what it really comes down to is that whatever it is that distracts you from that emotion that does not feel good, that is going to be one of the ways that you will deal with the emotion. Often, that's eating.   The Four Behaviors of Emotional Eating There are four main behaviors that lead you to emotional eating. The reaction is feeling heavy emotions like anger, instead of processing your emotions. Resistance is where you actively resist the emotion, refusing to allow it space to process.  Distraction is usually where emotional eating falls. We distract ourselves from the emotions and feelings we don't want to process. This can often look like emotional eating, but it could be other distracting or addictive behavior. The fourth behavior is spiraling which is when you choose an emotion that feels more comfortable to experience and stays with those emotions instead. Finally, I talk about some of the genes that can contribute to emotional eating and your ability to eat only to satiety. On a scale of 1-10, where are you on the spectrum of emotional eating? I'd encourage you to journal on this topic and see what you can uncover. Let me know in the comments on the episode page.   In This Episode  Why you need to decrease the stigma of emotional eating [2:00] When emotional eating becomes a problem [3:00] Why you don't process emotion [7:35] The actions that lead to emotional eating [9:30] How spiraling leads to unprocessed emotions [13:00] How your genes might impact your feelings of satiety [17:45]   Quotes “Either you believe emotional eating doesn't affect you or you believe that emotional eating really affects you and has a negative impact. The reality is there is all this room in between, this is a huge gray zone of opportunity to realize that we are all humans. At some point in our lives, we have faced emotional eating.” - Dr. Ali [1:42] “Whatever it is that distracts us from that emotion that we feel that does not feel good, that is going to be one of the ways that we will deal with the emotion.” - Dr. Ali [11:09] “Where emotional eating becomes a problem is when it's going to negatively impact your relationship with yourself, particularly your food, your body, and also others.” - Dr. Ali [19:09]   Resources Mentioned Check out the full episode page here Find Life Coaching for Women Physicians Online Follow Dr. Ali Novitsky on Facebook | Instagram  Subscribe to Life Coaching for Women Physicians on Apple Podcasts Podcast production by the team at Counterweight Creative   Related Episodes Episode 114: Emotional Eating, It's Not Your Fault Episode 110: How Our Genes Impact our Jeans Episode 113: Find Your Forever Food Strategy

    Exercise Is Health
    E241 - Is Soreness Necessary??

    Exercise Is Health

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 25:18


    Do you feel like you need to be sore after you exercise in order to prove to yourself that you did enough for your workout? While many people take the feeling of mild soreness as a good sign that they exercised hard enough, the truth is that any level of soreness can be an indicator that your workouts are actually breaking down your health. So how can you minimize the risk of feeling sore from your workouts and how should you be aiming for your body to feel after your workouts? These questions are exactly what Julie and Charlie are diving into in this week's episode of the Exercise Is Health® podcast. Give it a listen to catch all of the details! Want to practice exactly what we are teaching you to do with 28 days of guidance from us? Join us for the next One Workout Away Challenge starting soon! Click here to get started!

    The Mind Muscle Project
    1109: Should You Quit Your Job

    The Mind Muscle Project

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 19:37


    Partners supporting this show: CALM - get 40% OFF Calm Premium using this link: https://calm.com/mmp Check out our YOUTUBE Channel: https://youtu.be/4tHG3mSSM5 Check out our training programs:https://themindmuscleproject.com/programs Our episode sponsors:https://themindmuscleproject.com/partners Ask Questions on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/themindmuscleproject/?hl=en Subscribe for email Updates:https://themindmuscleproject.com/newsletter New Fitness Business Podcast, In The Black: https://spoti.fi/3AlTx8nSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Hollastic Life
    Shift Happens

    Hollastic Life

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 30:02


    The labels we give ourselves are endless. It's normal to feel like whatever label it is that you've given yourself is your reality because maybe it has been for a long time. However, you have the ability to change this. If you want to achieve your external goals (fitness, career, etc.), you will have to go through an identity shift. But what does this mean? The Hollas will be breaking this down for you in today's episode.

    IMTalk
    IMTalk Episode 835 – Craig Alexander

    IMTalk

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 89:33


    This week we interview triathlon legend Craig Alexander on his role and thoughts on the Collins Cup. We also have News, Discussion of the Week, Website of the Week and Q&As.

    Jewish History with Rabbi Dr. Dovid Katz
    The Attempts of the Tzfas Beis Din of R' Yosef Karo to Exercise the Authority of a Sanhedrin from Afar

    Jewish History with Rabbi Dr. Dovid Katz

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 28:18


    My Wakeup Call with Dr. Mark Goulston
    Ep 375 - MichelleSegar

    My Wakeup Call with Dr. Mark Goulston

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 49:33


    In this episode I speak with Michelle Segar, NIH-funded researcher at University of Michigan and author of, "The Joy Choice: How to Finally Achieve Lasting Changes in Eating and Exercise," whose wakeup call was seeing how many people were failing to take care of themselves by following conventional - and wrong - wisdom. https://michellesegar.com/

    The Strong Mommas Podcast
    172. Three Hacks To Eliminate Bad Food Choices

    The Strong Mommas Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 27:22


    Always making bad food decisions in the heat of the moment, only to seriously regret it later? These 3 hacks will help you virtually eliminate bad food choices, so that you rarely (if ever!) end up in those regret-filled situations. In fact, I'm sharing this with you because this is what I do, personally, to make healthy food choices all day long. So get ready, because I'm about to give you my own really simple tips that will virtually eliminate your bad food decisions. Whether you're able to plan ahead or not, these easy strategies will become your go-tos for keeping you on track no matter what situation you're in! More Resources FREE! Megan's Stress Eating Guide - Step-by-step guide to get rid of your stress eating habits for good and reclaim your self-control and eating confidence Total Nutrition Reset - 30 Days to completely reset your eating habits from the ground up so you can be healthy for life! Follow Megan on Instagram

    The Mama Well Podcast
    What’s in motion stays in motion | All about walking and exercise

    The Mama Well Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 18:11


    Do you feel like your family's health is always coming before yours? Or maybe you feel like you don't have enough time in the day to do anything for you? If this sounds like you or you simply want to learn from two dietitians how to find a nutrition plan that works for your busy… Continue reading What's in motion stays in motion | All about walking and exercise

    Coreperform Corner
    33. How to use a BMI chart, Fiber that doesn't cause bloat, Exercise during protocol, and more!

    Coreperform Corner

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 31:05


    We've transformed over 500+ lives! ✓ Reduce bloat and lose inflammation ✓ Tackle Gut & Hormones from the CORE ✓ SIBO, IBS, IBD, Amenorrhea, Hypothyroidism, PCOS, Celiac, Chronic Constipation, GERD, Coming off PPIs/Linzess/Metam in ucil, Laxative Abuse, and more! -------------------------------- → FREE 15 min Discovery Call: https://calendly.com/coreperform/coreperform → About Our CorePerform Services: https://coreperform.com/services → Submit your questions for next week here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/359139741759181 -------------------------------- On This Week's Episode! Do you use BMI chart? If not, how do you know what weight is healthy? How do I know if I should use a supplement or not? What are some tips to get fiber in that won't cause bloat, especially with a busy schedule? Is it normal to get brain fog when you're on an elemental diet? & More! -------------------------------- Ready to Join Our Fam and Change Your Life? Click Here→ DOWNLOAD OUR SERVICES https://coreperform.kartra.com/page/menu -------------------------------- FREE Weekly Gut Health Training What protocols, treatments, and solutions do we use to transform the lives of 500+ people? How have we helped hundreds resolve SIBO, IBS, H Pylori, Parasites, and more? Want free recipes to get started? Have a quick question? Tired of feeling alone in your journey? Click Here→ JOIN OUR FACEBOOK GROUP -------------------------------- MEET OUR FAM Dasha - @dashafitness Nick - @power_maurer Courtney - @fitandfabulousnutrition Sabrina - @sabrinajacksonfit ---------------- GIVEAWAY! Leave a rating + review on iTunes for a chance to win up to $200 in VIP prizes! Winners are announced monthly on the CP Corner. → Simply leave a review, and send a screenshot to the CorePerform Instagram or Facebook Page

    Get-Fit Guy's Quick and Dirty Tips to Slim Down and Shape Up
    7 ways that exercise can combat depression (Reissue)

    Get-Fit Guy's Quick and Dirty Tips to Slim Down and Shape Up

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 7:59


    Has the COVID-19 pandemic had an impact on your mental health? Good news—exercise has been shown to be an effective way to prevent and relieve depression. Get-Fit Guy, Dr. Jonathan Su, breaks down 7 ways exercise can protect against symptoms of depression.Get-Fit Guy is hosted by Dr. Jonathan Su. A transcript is available at Simplecast.Find Get-Fit Guy on Facebook and Twitter, or subscribe to the newsletter for more fitness tips.Get-Fit Guy is a part of Quick and Dirty Tips.Links:https://www.quickanddirtytips.comhttps://www.quickanddirtytips.com/get-fit-guy-newsletterhttps://www.facebook.com/GetFitGuyhttps://twitter.com/GetFitGuyhttps://sixminutefitness.com

    The Gary Null Show
    The Gary Null Show - 08.09.22

    The Gary Null Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 57:53


    Videos: The healthcare system is a giant SCAM (that you pay for) – Sorelle Amore Finance Failure after failure: Private hospitals' appalling treatment of pregnant mum | 60 Minutes Australia   HEALTH NEWS B vitamins can potentially be used to treat advanced non-alcoholic fatty liver disease Decreased acetyl-L-carnitine levels associated with depression Skip the texts: Face-to-face meetings make college students happier Eating more plant protein associated with lower risk of death Heat therapy boosts mitochondrial function in muscles Your soap and toothpaste could be messing with your microbiome   B vitamins can potentially be used to treat advanced non-alcoholic fatty liver disease Duke University Medical School, August 6, 2022 Scientists at Duke-NUS Medical School have uncovered a mechanism that leads to an advanced form of fatty liver disease—and it turns out that vitamin B12 and folic acid supplements could reverse this process. These findings could help people with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, an umbrella term for a range of liver conditions affecting people who drink little to no alcohol, which affects 25% of all adults globally, and four in 10 adults in Singapore.  Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease involves fat build-up in the liver and is a leading cause of liver transplants worldwide. When the condition progresses to inflammation and scar tissue formation, it is known as non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH).  Dr. Tripathi, study co-author Dr. Brijesh Singh and their colleagues in Singapore, India, China and the US confirmed the association of homocysteine with NASH progression in preclinical models and humans. They also found that  when homocysteine attached to a protein called syntaxin 17, it blocked the protein from performing its role of transporting and digesting fat (known as autophagy, an essential cellular process by which cells remove malformed proteins or damaged organelles) in fatty acid metabolism, mitochondrial turnover, and inflammation prevention. This induced the development and progression of fatty liver disease to NASH.  Importantly, the researchers found that supplementing the diet in the preclinical models with vitamin B12 and folic acid increased the levels of syntaxin 17 in the liver and restored its role in autophagy. It also slowed NASH progression and reversed liver inflammation and fibrosis.    Decreased acetyl-L-carnitine levels associated with depression Stanford University, July 30 2022.  An article that in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences reported a link between low levels of acetyl-L-carnitine and a greater risk of depression. Acting on the findings of animal research conducted by lead author Carla Nasca, PhD, the researchers recruited men and women between the ages of 20 and 70 years who had been admitted to Weill Cornell Medicine or Mount Sinai School of Medicine for treatment of acute depression. Clinical assessments were conducted upon enrollment and blood samples were analyzed for levels of acetyl-L-carnitine. In comparison with levels measured in blood samples provided by 45 demographically matched healthy men and women, acetyl-L-carnitine blood levels in depressed subjects were substantially lower. Acetyl-L-carnitine levels were lowest among depressed patients who had severe symptoms, a history of treatment resistance, or early onset disease. Having a history of childhood abuse was also associated with low acetyl-L-carnitine levels. “We've identified an important new biomarker of major depression disorder,” Dr Rasgon stated. What's the appropriate dose, frequency, duration? We need to answer many questions before proceeding with recommendations, yet.    Skip the texts: Face-to-face meetings make college students happier University of Hamburg (Germany), August 5, 2022 In a world where everyone spends more and more time with eyes fixed on their phones, new research suggests young people feel happier after socializing with friends in person rather than virtually The conclusion is an outgrowth of nearly four years spent analyzing how social habits of more than 3,000 college students affected their state of mind. “The findings of this study suggest that talking to people face to face makes us feel better than texting back and forth, for example,” said James Maddux, senior scholar at the Center for the Advancement of Well-Being in Fairfax, Va., who reviewed the results. Led by Lara Kroencke, of the University of Hamburg in Germany, the researchers noted that other studies have consistently shown that people tend to feel better after socializing with others.To better explore that question, Kroencke's team conducted three studies between 2017 and 2020 with students from the University of Texas at Austin. Researchers chose that age group because of the “intense” socializing that tends to take place during that phase of life. Participants between 18 and 24 years old; 37% were white, 23% were Asian, 23% were Hispanic, nearly 5% were Black, and the rest identified as multiracial. The result: Students tended to feel best after interacting with others in person or through a mix of in person and virtual, versus entirely by computer or phone. Interacting only virtually was, however, better for well-being than no interaction at all, the team stressed. They also found that socializing with close friends brought about a greater overall sense of well-being than engaging with either family or someone a person didn't know so well. And those who tended towards high levels of neuroticism were likely to benefit the most from in-person interactions.   Eating more plant protein associated with lower risk of death  Massachusetts General Hospital & Harvard Medical School, July 31, 2022  Eating more protein from plant sources was associated with a lower risk of death and eating more protein from animals was associated with a higher risk of death, especially among adults with at least one unhealthy behavior such as smoking, drinking and being overweight or sedentary, according to an article published online by JAMA Internal Medicine. Mingyang Song, M.D., Sc.D., of Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston, and coauthors used data from two large U.S. studies that had repeated measures of diet through food questionnaires and up to 32 years of follow-up.  Among 131,342 study participants, 85,013 (64.7 percent) were women and the average age of participants was 49. Median protein intake, measured as a percentage of calories, was 14 percent for animal protein and 4 percent for plant protein. The authors report: After adjusting for major lifestyle and dietary risk factors, every 10 percent increment of animal protein from total calories was associated with a 2 percent higher risk of death from all causes and an 8 percent increased risk of death from cardiovascular disease death. In contrast, eating more plant protein was associated with a 10 percent lower risk of death from all causes for every 3 percent increment of total calories and a 12 percent lower risk of cardiovascular death. Increased mortality associated with eating more animal protein was more pronounced among study participants who were obese and those who drank alcohol heavily. The association between eating more plant protein and lower mortality was stronger among study participants who smoked, drank at least 14 grams of alcohol a day, were overweight or obese, were physically inactive or were younger than 65 or older than 80. Substituting 3 percent of calories from animal protein with plant protein was associated with a lower risk of death from all causes: 34 percent for replacing processed red meat, 12 percent for replacing unprocessed red meat and 19 percent for replacing eggs.   Heat therapy boosts mitochondrial function in muscles Brigham Young University, August 2, 2022 A new study finds that long-term heat therapy may increase mitochondrial function in the muscles. The discovery could lead to new treatments for people with chronic illness or disease. The study–the first of its kind in humans–is published in the Journal of Applied Physiology. Mitochondria, the “energy centers” of the cells, are essential for maintaining good health.  Exercise has been shown to create new mitochondria and improve function of existing mitochondria. However, some people with chronic illnesses are not able to exercise long enough–previous research suggests close to two hours daily–to reap the benefits. Rodent studies have suggested that heat exposure may also induce the production of more mitochondria. Researchers from Brigham Young University in Utah studied 20 adult volunteers who had not participated in regular exercise in the three months prior to the study. The research team applied two hours of shortwave diathermy–a type of heat therapy generated by electrical pulses–to the thigh muscles of one leg of each person every day. The researchers based the six-day trial of heat on the minimum amount of exercise needed to measure changes in muscle, or about two hours each day. They designed the treatment to mimic the effects of muscle heating that occurs during exercise. The therapy sessions increased the temperature of the heated leg by approximately 7 degrees F. Each participant's other leg served as a control, receiving no heat therapy or temperature change. The researchers looked at mitochondria content in the muscles on the first day of therapy and 24 hours after the last treatment. Mitochondrial function increased by an average of 28 percent in the heated legs after the heat treatment. The concentration of several mitochondrial proteins also increased in the heated legs, which suggests that “in addition to improving function, [repeated exposure to heat] increased mitochondrial content in human skeletal muscle,” the research team wrote.     Your soap and toothpaste could be messing with your microbiome University of Chicago, August 2, 2022 Antimicrobial chemicals found in common household products could be wreaking havoc with people's guts, according to a research paper out this week in the journal Science. Triclosan is an antibacterial compound used in soaps, detergent and toothpaste, as well as toys and plastics. It was originally only used in hospitals, but it found its way into homes as Americans became more germ-phobic. (However, recent studies have found it no more effective at killing bacteria than plain soap. ) Now, there are growing concerns about the possible negative effects of the chemical on human health and the environment. According to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), animal studies have shown that the chemical can act as a hormone disruptor. A study found traces of triclosan in the urine of 75% of the participants – some as young as six. The chemical has also been found in more than half of freshwater streams in the US. The latest research paper, written by academics from the University of Chicago, focused on the lesser-known effects of triclosan exposure on the bacteria in people's guts. Disturbing the human microbiome has been “linked to a wide array of diseases and metabolic disorders, including obesity, inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and behavioral and metabolic disorders,” wrote the paper's authors, Alyson L Yee and Jack A Gilbert. To test the chemical's effect in humans, researchers from Stanford and Cornell universities gave seven volunteers triclosan-containing products, such as toothpaste and liquid soap, to use for four months. After that period, the same volunteers were switched to products without triclosan. The volunteers were compared with a second group who first used the non-triclosan products, then changed to those containing triclosan. The results showed that more triclosan was found in the urine of all the participants during the periods when they were using triclosan-containing products. Yee and Gilbert also suggested that exposure to triclosan could be even more detrimental to the health of developing fetuses and newborns than to adults. A 2014 New York University study found that gut disruptions in early infancy could have lasting negative effects on immune and brain development.

    The Mind Muscle Project
    1108: How To Dramatically Increase Your Productivity

    The Mind Muscle Project

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 15:14


    Partners supporting this show: ATHLETIC GREENS FREE ONE YEAR SUPPLY OF VITAMIN D3+K2, 5 TRAVEL PACKS: https://athleticgreens.com/muscle The new underrated training tool you haven't considered. Once you use SAGA Blood Flow Restriction Bands won't be able to stop - Get 25% off their cuffs now with code 'MMP: https://saga.fitness/?ref=RFNEjh-5yv1 Check out our YOUTUBE Channel: https://youtu.be/4tHG3mSSM5E Check out our training programs:https://themindmuscleproject.com/programs Our episode sponsors:https://themindmuscleproject.com/partners Ask Questions on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/themindmuscleproject/?hl=en Subscribe for email Updates:https://themindmuscleproject.com/newsletter New Fitness Business Podcast, In The Black: https://spoti.fi/3AlTx8nSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    PT Inquest
    252 Corticosteroid Injection Plus Exercise for Achilles Tendinopathy

    PT Inquest

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 58:50


    On this episode we were joined by special guest Chris Juneau. Effect of Ultrasonography-Guided Corticosteroid Injection vs Placebo Added to Exercise Therapy for Achilles Tendinopathy: A Randomized Clinical Trial Johannsen F, Olesen JL, Øhlenschläger TF, et al. JAMA Netw Open. 2022;5(7):e2219661. doi:10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2022.19661 Due to copyright laws, unless the article is open source we cannot legally post the PDF on the website for the world to download at will. Brought to you by CSMi – https://www.humacnorm.com/ptinquest Learn more about/Buy Erik's courses – The Science PT Support us on the Patreons! Music for PT Inquest: “The Science of Selling Yourself Short” by Less Than Jake Used by Permission Other Music by Kevin MacLeod – incompetech.com: MidRoll Promo – Mining by Moonlight

    Health Babes Podcast
    #065 How Blood Sugar Affects Hormones, Sleep & More with Dr. Lauren Kelley-Chew

    Health Babes Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 34:54


    Today on Health Babes, Dr. Hohn speaks with Dr. Lauren Kelley-Chew. She is the head of clinical product, Levels. Levels is known for their continuous glucose monitor that gives people the ability to see how they can best manage their blood sugar. We chat about how metabolic health is linked to diet, hormones, stress levels, and other common contributors that throw us out of balance. Listen as Dr. Kelley-Chew shares her extensive knowledge on metabolic function and how to manage it effectively.   TOPICS: Meet Dr. Lauren Kelley-Chew (01:10) Metabolic dysfunction (03:52) The link between glucose & insulin resistance (06:07) Hormone imbalance with blood sugar (10:00) Strategies for blood sugar regulation (13:58) Exercise & sleep (21:46) Testing (27:45) Levels (30:30)   MORE FROM THE HEALTH BABES:   Did you know? You have a chance to win 1 of 2 prizes, with a giveaway in every episode! Leave a review to win, and don't forget to subscribe for future episodes!   Follow Dr. Kelley-Chew on Instagram @drkelleychew   Check out the Levels website at levelshealth.com Visit the Levels blog at levelshealth.com/blog Join Levels HERE   Find more from Dr. Becky Campbell and Dr. Krystal Hohn at DrBeckyCampbell.com Consult with us one on one HERE   Follow Dr. Becky and Dr. Krystal on Instagram @drbeckycampbell and @drkrystalhohn, follow the Health Babes Podcast @healthbabespodcast Find us on Facebook, on Pinterest, and on YouTube   Get resources on how best to support your thyroid HERE Wondering if you have histamine intolerance? Take THIS QUIZ and receive a free histamine guide Get answers to your health questions HERE

    Let It Be Easy with Susie Moore
    This Powerful Exercise Will Transform Your Day

    Let It Be Easy with Susie Moore

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 6:47


    When was the last time you felt totally present and awake? In sharing this particular story that moved me, I share something we can apply to our life experiences anytime. It's powerful!Please consider rating and reviewing the podcast on Apple Podcasts if you enjoyed this episode! This helps to get the message out to more people just like you. And be sure to click the "Follow" button to get notified of updates.Also, I'm hosting a free workshop that'll show you how to further coach yourself through any of life's challenges. Check it out here. 

    Food Psych Podcast with Christy Harrison
    #285: What “Disordered Eating” Really Means

    Food Psych Podcast with Christy Harrison

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 19:18 Very Popular


    We discuss what the term “disordered eating” really means, the difference between that and diagnosed eating disorders, and whether intuitive eating and the anti-diet approach are meant to include everyone along that spectrum. If you think you might have some level of disordered eating but aren't sure how that's defined or how it differs from a full-blown eating disorder, this episode is for you. Subscribe to our newsletter, Food Psych Weekly for weekly Q&As and more. If you're ready to break free from diet culture once and for all, come check out Christy's Intuitive Eating Fundamentals online course. Christy's first book, Anti-Diet, is available wherever you get your books. Order online at christyharrison.com/book, or at local bookstores across North America, the UK, Australia, and New Zealand. Get updates about Christy's second book, The Wellness Trap, which will be available for pre-order soon! Grab Christy's free guide, 7 simple strategies for finding peace and freedom with food, for help getting started on the