Mit seinen Palisaden aus Holz oder den steinernen Mauern war der Limes mehr als nur ein militärisches Bollwerk. Er war eine bevölkerungs- und wirtschaftspolitische Steuerungs- und Kontrolllinie - durchlässig und flexibel in beide Richtungen. (BR 2017)
Mentre i fari sono puntati sul conflitto in Ucraina, le tensioni tra Russia e Stati Uniti si stanno intensificando al Nord, nell'Artico. I giacimenti di gas, petrolio e altre materie prime preziose che stanno affiorando a causa del cambiamento climatico rendono infatti queste terre sempre più appetibili per molti attori. Ne parliamo con Marzio Mian, autore del recentissimo "Guerra bianca. Sul fronte artico del conflitto mondiale" (Neri Pozza), e con Alessandro Aresu, consigliere scientifico di Limes, autore del libro "Il Dominio del XXI Secolo. Cina, Stati Uniti e la guerra invisibile sulla tecnologia" (Feltrinelli).
This week the divide between the women over Wendy and Mia's fight continues, Candiace debuts her song and Karen has the worst birthday ever, plus in Salt Lake the ladies head to San Diego for a champagne throwing trip from hell!Follow me on Patreon, social media and more here! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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13 novembre 2022 - Introduce e modera Lucio Caracciolo con Ilvo Diamanti, professore di Analisi dell'opinione pubblica e di Sistema politico europeo all'Università di Urbino Carlo Bo Germano Dottori,consigliere scientifico di Limes Paolo Peluffo
13 novembre 2022 - Introduce e modera Fabrizio Maronta con Alessandro Aresu, consigliere scientifico di Limes Giorgio Arfaras, già direttore della Lettera Economica del Centro Einaudi Fabrizio Guelpa, responsabile Industry & Banking Research Direzione Studi e Ricerche Intesa Sanpaolo Paolo Peluffo, consigliere della Corte dei Conti, già portavoce del presidente della Repubblica Carlo Azeglio Ciampi
13 novembre 2022 - Introduce e modera Massimo Nicolazzi, docente di Economia delle fonti energetiche all'Università di Torino con Lapo Pistelli, direttore Public Affairs di Eni Francesco Bernabé, presidente di Acciaierie d'Italia Davide Tabarelli, fondatore e presidente di NE- Nomisma Energia
13 novembre 2022 - Introduce e modera Federico Petroni con Łukasz Maślanka coordinatore del programma Triangolo di Weimar presso l'Istituto polacco affari internazionali (Pism) Markus C. Kerber, professore di Finanza pubblica e Politica economica alla Technischen Universität Berlin Pierre Vimont, già ambasciatore di Francia negli Stati Uniti
12 novembre 2022 - Introduce e modera Lucio Caracciolo con Francesco Sisci, senior researcher presso la China People's University Oleksij Arestovyč Aleksandr Baunov, senior fellow al Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Doug Bandow, senior fellow al Cato Institute Wojciech Lorenz, senior analyst nel programma di Sicurezza internazionale dell'Istituto polacco affari internazionali (Pism)
12 novembre 2022 - Introduce e modera Daniele Santoro, coordinatore Turchia e mondo turco di Limes con Giorgio Cuscito, consigliere redazionale di Limes Orietta Moscatelli, caporedattore esteri dell'agenzia askanews Federico Petroni, consigliere redazionale di Limes
11 novembre 2022 - Dilemmi e prospettive per il nostro paese nel (dis)ordine mondiale reso fluido dallo scontro Nato-Russia e dal confronto Usa-Cina. La nuova realtà dei rapporti con Mosca. I vincoli dell'Alleanza Atlantica. Quali equilibri con Francia e Germania? con Lucio Caracciolo, direttore di Limes
KHERSON DOPO LA LIBERAZIONE E LE CONSEGUENZE DEI MISSILI SULLA POLONIA Luca Steinmann, nostro collaboratore da Kherson. Greta Cristini, analista geopolitica e collaboratrice di Limes. LA MANOVRA 2022: IL CUNEO FISCALE Alessandro Giannelli, responsabile agenzie fiscali dell'USB Domenico Proietti, responsabile politiche fiscali della Uil Chiara Brusini, caporedattrice economica del Fatto Quotidiano IL MINISTRO VALDITARA E IL PRESUNTO PADRE PARTIGIANO Davide Maria De Luca, giornalista de Il Domani IL TRIBUNALE DI ROMA BOCCIA IL DECRETO SALVINI SU MADRE E PADRE NEI DOCUMENTI Federica Tempòri, avvocata della rete Lenford e dell'Associazione Famiglie Arcobaleno. Prisma è condotto da Lorenza Ghidini. In redazione Massimo Alberti
In this episode of Dive Into Diet, Lucas Schmidt talks about the health benefits of lemons and limes, with details about using them to make healthy foods taste better! What did you think of this episode of the podcast? Let us know by leaving a review! Connect with Performance Medicine! Sign up for our weekly newsletter: https://performancemedicine.net/doctors-note-sign-up/ Facebook: @PMedicine Instagram: @PerformancemedicineTN YouTube: Performance Medicine
Laura Canali"Festival Limes"https://www.limesonline.com/“Tutto un altro mondo”. Questo il tema del IX Festival di Limes il cui orizzonte sarà inevitabilmente occupato dalla guerra ucraina con le sue ripercussioni economiche, geopolitiche e di sicurezza per il nostro paese, l'Europa e il resto del mondo.“Guerra Grande”: così appare a uno sguardo geopolitico questo conflitto, le cui ragioni e ricadute travalicano l'aspro e lungo scontro sul campo tra Russia e Ucraina. Guerra d'invasione nella sua genesi, lo scontro è ormai a tutti gli effetti una guerra per procura tra Stati Uniti – dunque Alleanza Atlantica, europei inclusi – e Russia. Un conflitto d'attrito inscritto nella più ampia cornice della contesa Usa-Cina, che le crude vicende ucraine possono portare a un nuovo livello. In parte per la proclamata “amicizia senza limiti” tra Mosca e Pechino, che scricchiola vistosamente ma che non è ancora stata apertamente rinnegata. In (larga) parte per gli effetti destabilizzanti – in Eurasia e altrove – di una campagna militare russa ancora in pieno svolgimento. Sullo sfondo, l'irrisolta questione di Taiwan che agita le acque dell'omonimo stretto. Ecco gli appuntamenti sabato 12 e domenica 13 novembre, anche in streaming:Sabato 12 novembreore 10: La tempesta americana e il mondo di domani – con George Friedman e Lucio Caracciolo.ore 11: Bilanci e prospettive della Guerra Grande – con Giorgio Cuscito, Orietta Moscatelli e Federico Petroni. Introduce e modera Daniele Santoro.ore 14: Speciale Mappamundi – condotto da Alfonso Desiderio.ore 15: La guerra vista dalla Russia – con Orietta Moscatelli e Dmitrij Trenin.ore 15.30: La guerra vista dall'Ucraina – con Orietta Moscatelli e Oleksij Arestovyč.ore 16.30: Se crolla la Russia – con Francesco Sisci, Aleksandr Baunov, Doug Bandow e Wojciech Lorenz. Introduce e modera Lucio Caracciolo.ore 18.30: Visita guidata alla mostra cartografica Dis-equilibri – con Laura Canali.Domenica 13 novembreore 10: L'Europa dopo l'Europa. Come la guerra divide gli europei – con Łukasz Maślanka, Markus C. Kerber, Pierre Vimont. Introduce e modera Federico Petroni.ore 11.30: Energia cercasi – con Lapo Pistelli, Franco Bernabé, Davide Tabarelli. Introduce e modera Massimo Nicolazzi.ore 14: Visita guidata alla mostra cartografica Dis-equilibri – con Laura Canali.ore 15: La guerra economica e il prezzo per l'Italia – con Alessandro Aresu, Giorgio Arfaras, Fabrizio Guelpa, Paolo Peluffo. Introduce e modera Fabrizio Maronta.ore 17: Perché servono le Forze armate – con Giuseppe Cavo Dragone e Lucio Caracciolo.ore 18: Che fare Italia? – con Ilvo Diamanti, Germano Dottori, Paolo Peluffo. Introduce e modera Lucio Caracciolo.https://lauracanali.com/Laura CanaliMostra Cartografica "Dis-equilibri"Tra gli eventi dell'IX Festival di Limes, al Palazzo Ducale di Genova è visitabile gratuitamente la mostra cartografica “Dis-equilibri“. A cura di Laura Canali, cartografa di Limes.Sono previste visite guidate con l'autrice delle carte sabato 12 novembre (h18.30) e domenica 13 novembre (h14).Laura Canali presenta così la mostra:Una mappa geopolitica, come tutte le immagini, per risultare ben riuscita deve raggiungere un equilibrio visivo.Tale equilibrio dipende da diversi fattori. Quello principale è la potenza del suo significato, che viene evidenziato attraverso dei segni e dei simboli. Il secondo è il suo colore. Normalmente questo bilanciamento viene raggiunto quando tutti gli elementi che la compongono sono in armonia con lo spazio.La mappa murale di questo Festival di Limes, invece, risulta essere leggermente sbilanciata verso il suo lato destro perché i teatri della Guerra Grande sono tutti al Centro e a Est del planisfero.Questo dis-equilibrio non è solo un fatto estetico: è la conseguenza dello sbilanciamento delle crisi mondiali in atto dal 24 febbraio 2022.La mostra cartografica analizzerà i vari scenari della guerra russo-ucraina e i suoi risvolti strategici ed economici. Si sposterà poi verso Oriente, dove l'isola di Formosa è al centro delle tensioni tra Cina e Stati Uniti.IL POSTO DELLE PAROLEAscoltare fa Pensarehttps://ilpostodelleparole.it/
The artificial intelligence Lexman interviews Vijay Kumar about his experiences with Sturgeon hunting and field trials. They discuss the history of kaleyards and lurcher breeding, and how Bonapartism can be misappropriated.
Más allá del limes - El imperio seléucida 1: Historia de la dinastía --- https://youtu.be/niKrBUEg9S8 Más allá del limes - El imperio seléucida 2: El retorno del rey y la diplomacia con la India --- https://youtu.be/5D7wJnlt8n0 BIBLIOGRAFÍA Arminda Lozano, Los Seléucidas y sus sistemas de control territorial, Universidad Complutense Paola Ceccarelli, Seleucid Empire, University College London (UK) Rolf Strootman, Seleucid Empire, The Classical Review, Utrecht University, 2010 Paul J. Kosmin, The Land of the Elephant Kings, Space Territory, and Ideology in the Seleucid Empire, Harvard University Press, 2014, London (UK) J. Manuel Aldea Celada, Apolo y los seleúcidas o la construcción de una identidad dinástica, Universidad de Salamanca, 2013 Peter Franz Mittag, Blood and Money. On the Loyalty of the Seleucid Army, Electrum Vol. 14, 2008, Cracovia (Polonia) Arturo Sánchez Sanz, Después de Alejandro el Grande, el Desarrollo de las Tácticas Bélicas griegas en el Imperio Seléucida Nicholas Sekunda, Macedonian Armies after Alezander 323-168 BC., Met-at-Arms, Osprey Publishing, 2012 REDES SOCIALES Y OTROS CANALES -Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCY94tWHv81UixGZLXY8plOg -Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cliophilos/ -Twitter: @HistCliophilos -Gmail: email@example.com -Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Cliophilos
Wednesday, October 5th, 2022 Today, in the Hot Notes: Donald files a motion with the Supreme Court to vacate the stay issued by the 11th circuit; pro-life Herschel Walker paid for a woman to get an abortion in 2009; Ron Johnson admits texting a Trump attorney during 1/6; a new recording played at the Oath Keepers seditious conspiracy trial outlines planning to overthrow the government; and Trump lawyer refused to certify to NARA that Donald had returned all the presidential records he stole; plus Allison and Dana deliver your Good News. Follow the Podcast on Apple: http://apple.co/beans Follow our Guest on Twitter: Malcolm Kenyatta https://twitter.com/malcolmkenyatta Follow AG and Dana on Twitter: Dr. Allison Gill https://twitter.com/allisongill https://twitter.com/MuellerSheWrote https://twitter.com/dailybeanspod Dana Goldberg https://twitter.com/DGComedy Follow Aimee on Instagram: Aimee Carrero (@aimeecarrero) How We Win Fund swingleft.org/fundraise/howwewin Crimes & Crimes & Crimes t-shirt: https://www.dailybeanspod.com/shop/ Listener Survey: http://survey.podtrac.com/start-survey.aspx?pubid=BffJOlI7qQcF&ver=short Have some good news, a confession, a correction, or a case for Beans Court? https://www.dailybeanspod.com/confessional/ Want to support the show and get it ad-free and early? https://dailybeans.supercast.tech Or https://patreon.com/thedailybeans Promo Codes Thanks to Athletic Greens for supporting The Daily Beans. Go to athleticgreens.com/dailybeans and get a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. Thanks to Helix for supporting The Daily Beans. Helix is offering up to 200 dollars off all mattress orders AND two free pillows for our listeners at helixsleep.com/dailybeans. Thanks to Tom Boy X for supporting Daily Beans. Go to tomboyx.com and enter code DAILYBEANS to get an extra 20% off.
ORN Dr. Jennifer Daniels 9/26/22 part one Pineapple vinegar – Take ½ pineapple, 1 c. sugar, 1 qt. water. Let sit to ferment. Cover with sheer curtain fabric to keep bugs out. Dr. Daniels lets hers sit one month until all the sugar is gone. Tasty and has benefits of vinegar and pineapple. Limes. Cover limes with 2 TBS salt per quart water. Pour over to cover limes. Let limes sit on counter. Ready in 2 weeks. Sauerkraut. Slice cabbage thin, sprinkle salt, massage it in, put in jar, add water to cover. Add 1 TB each caraway seeds and juniper per quart of water. Cover with gauze to keep bugs out. Airlock not needed. Sauerkraut juice useful for digestion, pain relief intestinal cleansing, unfreezes frozen shoulder. Learn to crochet. You make a useful product, and it's a way to focus on something and relieve stress. Young girl with autism and learning disability. Constipated, had 2/3 bowel removed. Grinds teeth. Vitality Capsules to increase to 3 poops/day. Increase water. Increase exercise. Eat cow and pig liver and brain. Eat 4 times as much vegetable. Short bowel should mean more frequent bowel movements. Something very wrong if constipated. Loud ringing in the ear. Head feels thick. Can't breathe. Ringing is accumulation of junk around 8th cranial nerve. Increase water and bowel movements. Coffee enema. Increase exercise. Rebuild 8th nerve by eating cholesterol. Eat calf or pork liver, or chicken liver as 3rd choice. Sleeping on the floor vs. mattress? Irrelevant. Whatever is more comfortable for you. Stiff neck in the morning. Do neck rolls, loosen shoulders by doing tae kwan do. Vitamin D supplements are worthless and not shown to be helpful in studies. Vitamin D requires cholesterol and the sun. If cholesterol > 250 and 15 minutes in the sun, you have enough Vitamin D. Your body can make 85% of the cholesterol it needs. Must eat the other 15%. Reason to eat animal foods. Also to get Vitamin B12. How did people get iodine before it was added to salt? People used to get salt from seafood and crustaceans, which are also a iodine source. Anticaking issues are not a substantial issue, but could be with a saturated fat or cholesterol deficiency. Cholesterol < 190 has lower life expectancy. Dr. Daniels' sensitivities went away after getting off vegan diet. Shilajit high in trace minerals. Need more iodine than trace amounts. Eat iodized sea salt. Why do babies come out breech (feet first)? Didn't have enough amniotic fluid to move around. Breech birth is no big deal, doesn't require a C-section. Flip babies at the hip before birth. 20% off sale on Surthrival Reishi and Chaga through the ORN website. SAVE20 code.
ORN Atom Bergstrom show notes 9/21/22 What will people do for a living after the Great Reset? Taxing your solar panels, metering your wells, and constraining your rain water usage. Keeping you from consuming “too much". If you're not an elite, you'll be one of the obsoletes. We need to take a wrecking ball to all hospitals and medical establishments. The only way out is a revolution. Food additives being touted as a health supplement at a greatly increased price. JovialFoods.com olive oil is dated when olives are picked. Look for “estate grown and packed” on olive oil labels. Soy first manipulated in 1888 by radiation. DDT also used for food manipulation. Can now use CRISPR to make anything they want. Vitamins don't cause acid or alkaline reactions until you overdose on them. Any beneficial effect is from shocking the body. If taking big niacin doses, need Vitamin C with it to prevent toxicity. Homeopathy – a thief to catch a thief. Allopathic medicine - a cop to catch a thief. The allure of foods from far away and mysterious places. Caviar (which is an egg) is an excellent food for making babies, especially if eaten at sex-circulation time. ADAPTNOW sale. 20% off Surthrival Chaga and Reishi. “Toilet to tap” water, aka poop-water, coming in California. Purifying sewage water until it becomes clean enough to drink. Slowing digestion down with cold water. Venison and wild game digests faster than pastured meat. Mushrooms are a reflex to the penis. Frigidity implosion. 6.8 earthquake in Taiwan, 7.5 in central Pacific coast of Mexico. Texas is sinking, it's not the ocean rising. Taking the oil out is causing subsistence. US napalmed AWOL US soldiers in the jungle. Story buried after news organization bought off. Does the energy of meat that people eat harm them? Yes, if the animal suffered before death. Want wild-caught fish. Be wary of food labels. Spirulina company exposed for using blackboard chalk. The life force of the animal, its vitalism, needs to be considered in choosing food. Don't want confinement animals as food. How about shrimp as food? Atom's story of “rocks in eyes” going away after eating all the shrimp he could eat. What does urine character tell about a person's state of health? See Dr. Revici's book, free search via The Crazy Pharmacist. Also https://www.biri.org/resources/revici-book/. Patrick not peeing as much on his carnivore diet and is doing well on it. Atom says that diet would kill him. Temple Grandin – instrumental in the movement for humane treatment of livestock. 32 year professor at Colorado State University in animal science. Great movie about her called Temple Grandin. Royal jelly – honey bee secretion used in nutrition of larvae and adult queens. Nutritious for people. What is it about bacon that is so appealing? George Biggers the famous Bee Man. Manuka honey is a medication. Has some toxins. Use the lower rating ones if using ongoing. They have made drones smaller than the size of mosquitoes. Can make a nano version of any element. The sun radiates us with energy 24 hours a day. At night, infrared energy reflects off the moon. Sunlight is reflected. Infrared light goes in directly via the para-adrenal system.. What causes heavy dandruff and small waxy buildup contributing to hair loss, also ear wax? Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids. Take a good dose of cholesterol, olive oil or oleic acid. Correct the diet. Video about donkeys as guard animals. Donkey milk is closest to human milk. Was a major source of milk for the pioneers. Limes are different from lemons. Controversy over whether lemon or lime is better. Lemon in water won't hurt. Can bring toxins out of water to be scrapped off. Atom doesn't see value in adding lemon to water. He thinks drinks other than water have more nutrition.
Special Guest: Bartender/Mixologist/Cigar Lover Roberto Rivas Villar Beer Tasting: Back Pew Brewing "King's Brau" Festbier (Houston, TX) Beer Tasting: 11 Below Brewing Company "2021 Big Mistake" Imperial Stout Beer Tasting: Prairie Artisan Ales "Double Dunk" Imperial Stout Brewed With Oreo Cookies Spirit Tasting: Margaritas crafted by Robero Rivas Villar
Mark Ganek (Archer) joins Jordan and Jesse to talk what credits Jordan gets the most texts about, Mark's first time hearing Jordan Jesse Go on the radio and Jesse's part in the season premiere of Archer. Check out the new season of Archer on FXX and Hulu now.This episode brought to you by Lumi Labs. Ever tried Microdosing? Visit Microdose.com and use JJGO for 30% off + Free Shipping.
Hopefully y'all remember what a Teetotaler is. Well, we talk about the Teetotallest man and his evil ways as Bryce tells of the horrendous murder of Kelly Anne Bates. Amandas inner eye must have sensed Bryce was going find a difficult story to research because she covers the first set of many superstitions! Get your bread and butter ready for a wild ride.LinkTree: https://linktr.ee/hellonheelspodcastInsta: @hellonheelspodcastTwitter: @hellonheelspodEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/hellonheelspodcastFor pictures from this episode visit us on Instagram or Twitter
WE ONLY USE 10% OF OUR BRAINS?! It was a close call, we almost had Life Everlasting! Macy tells us about some sour little suckers and Charlye introduces the Leo of flowers.Check out that Summer 2022 Print!wbahprintshop.com--------------------------------------------Advertise with us!Just shoot us an email over to email@example.comSnag yourself some WBAH Merch!teespring.com/stores/wbah-podcast-storeContact Us (Come Eat With Us)Instagram @WitchBitchAmateurHourTwitter @BitchHourFacebook @WitchAmateurHourDiscord https://discord.gg/DBhCw9vZwbahpodcast@gmail.comWant to help support the Podcast? Consider becoming a Patron!www.patreon.com/wbahpodcastHandwritten letters are actual magic!PO Box 865Canton, Tx75103_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-Play The Sims With Charlyetwitch.tv/charlye_withawhyTwitter @charlyewithawhyOur Video EditorRichards's Kitchhttps://m.youtube.com/channel/UC_CwBrVMhqezVz_fog716OwTheme music by:www.fiverr.com/master_serviceWe are not doctors, lawyers, or professionals. We are amateurs, and nothing we say should be taken as advice, instruction, or seriously. Any action taken based on what we say or imply can and will lead to illness, existential crisis, injury, your pets no longer loving you, and death. We make no promise or guarantee, expressed or implied, and assume no legal liability or responsibility for any injuries resulting from the use of information contained within our medias.Support the show
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No guest this week, just little me answering some questions and sharing some experiential wisdom on deer control. I bought a new toy: a pond vacuum, so we dig a little into that scum. Follow up on No Mow May and the use of Round Up too. The Plant of the Week is the Hydrangea paniculate 'Little Lime' and I have a big announcement for you in this episode! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/intothegarden/support
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Today: Federal protections for abortion overturned in America. A strange new Guinness World Record Your first time behind the wheel of a car. Guys shaving their chest. What to do when there is no toilet paper. Limes caused a serious sunburn. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to Jo's Boys, a podcast for little women, little men, and everyone in between! We'll be reading through "Little Women" chapter by chapter, pulling out queer and trans threads as we go. Your host is Peyton Thomas, author of the Kirkus-starred novel "Both Sides Now" and a freelance journalist with bylines in Pitchfork, Billboard, and Vanity Fair. This week, we're joined by special guest Dennis Lee, staff writer at the Takeout and lunatic behind the newsletter Food is Stupid and the late, great blog The Pizzle. Dennis and I discuss the history of pickled limes and their role in Little Women before taste-testing our own home-pickled citrus. We're both dubious... but do these limes contain hidden depths? Our cover art is by Allison Hoffman. It interpolates the cover art for Bethany C. Morrow's book "So Many Beginnings: A Little Women Remix," with permission from Macmillan Children's Publishing Group. Our theme music is Mozart's Piano Sonata No. 16 in C Major.
Episode 99: Intermittent Fasting 99. By Danish Khalid, MS4; Sapna Patel, MS4; Ross University School of Medicine. Comments by Valerie Civelli, MD; and Hector Arreaza, MD.Intermittent caloric restriction may seem like a new trend, but Sapna and Danish discussed that actually fasting is practiced in different cultures and it has many health benefits, including weight loss. . This is the Rio Bravo qWeek Podcast, your weekly dose of knowledge brought to you by the Rio Bravo Family Medicine Residency Program from Bakersfield, California. Our program is affiliated with UCLA, and it's sponsored by Clinica Sierra Vista, Let Us Be Your Healthcare Home. This podcast was created for educational purposes only. Visit your primary care provider for additional medical advice.D: Welcome and thank you for tuning back to our Nutrition series! Today, we want to give a shout out to one of our listeners. She brought up a topic that has recently gained public interest. Intermittent fasting. So, if you're listening, Hina Asad, this one's for you! Let's jump in! V: 2/3 women are overweight and obese. 1.5 pounds gained/yr on avg age 50-60's.S: So like we said earlier, intermittent fasting has recently gained much public interest as a weight loss approach. Or should I say, revitalized itself, as it has been around for years. It describes an eating pattern in which you alternate between periods of eating and fasting (or not eating). The length of each fast can vary in duration. A: There are feasting and fasting periods, or fed states and fasting states. What is more effective: Intermittent restriction of calories or continuous restriction of calories? D: Before we dive in, let's go back. We know that calorie reduction has been consistently found to produce reduction in body weight and improve overall health. We talked about how to calculate our basal metabolic rate and subtracting calories from our daily caloric intake to result in weight loss. However, this can be difficult to sustain over a long period. Additionally, it requires that you adjust your caloric needs every so often as you lose weight, which can further make it difficult. So how is intermittent fasting different from this? S: Well, in contrast to calorie reduction, intermittent fasting focuses on when calories are consumed and the total quantity consumed. Intermittent fasting works through an altered liver metabolism, referred to as the “metabolic switch.” It's where the body periodically switches from liver-derived glucose to adipose-derived ketones. In doing so, it stimulates an adaptive response including improved glucose regulation, improved insulin sensitivity, and increased stress resistance via conditioning. V: When you eat is more important than what you eat. Benefits: reducing cancer, Alzheimer's, DM risk, better sleep, less hangry(*find evidence). D: What happens when we fast? In our previous podcast we mentioned ketosis, but let's talk about the physiology behind fasting.Feeding: blood sugar levels rise as we absorb food and insulin levels rise in response to move glucose into the cell. Excess glucose is stored as glycogen in the liver to convert it to fat.S: Postabsorptive phase (6-24hrs after beginning fasting): Blood glucose and insulin start to drop. To supply energy ,the liver starts to breakdown glycogen, releasing glucose. Glycogen stores last 24-36hrs. V: Insulin levels are low, and fat stores are available and improves mental clarityD: Gluconeogenesis (24hrs - 2 days after beginning fasting): Glycogen stores run out. The liver manufactures new glucose from amino acids called “gluconeogenesis” ( literally “making new glucose) S: Ketosis (2- 3 days after beginning fasting). A: Autophagy: “Auto” means self and “phagy” means eat. So the literal meaning of autophagy is “self-eating.”S: The protein conservation phase (5 days after beginning fasting): High levels of growth hormone maintain muscle mass and lean tissues. The energy for basic metabolism is mostly supplied by fatty acids and ketones. Blood glucose levels are maintained by gluconeogenesis using glycerol. Increased adrenaline levels prevent any decrease in metabolic rate. There is a normal amount of protein turnover, but it is not being used for energy. V: How long should we fast for? D: Fasts can range from 12 hours to three month or more. We can categorize them as short (24 hours). However, shorter regimens are generally used by those mostly interested in weight loss. The short daily fasting regimens can be divided into the length of fasting - 12 hours fasts, 16 hours fasts, and 20 hours fasts. S: Daily 12 hour fasting introduces a period of very low insulin levels during the day with 3 equally spaced meals throughout the day. This prevents the development of insulin resistance, making the 12 hour fast effective against obesity. Although a great preventative strategy, it is not the most effective at reversing weight gain. D: Fun Fact: In years past, the 12 hour fasting period was considered a normal eating pattern. This probably explains why prior to the 1970s, there was much less obesity. It wasn't until the 1970s when the USDAs made dietary changes making a higher-carb and lower-fat diet a staple. That's when obesity started to rise. S: On the other hand, during the 16 hour fasts most people skip the morning meal to account for the extra hours. In this regimen, you have an 8-hour eating window period, this is why it's also called time-restricted eating. Although you can still eat 3 meals most people tend to stick to 2 meals. The 16 hour fast certainly has more power than the 12 hour fast, but it should be combined with low-carb diets to allow for a slow and steady weight loss. A: Feasting periods should not be so liberal, and over time it becomes easier to control hunger. V: Feeding hours: healthy fats, proteins, fish, avocados, grass fed butter, unprocessed carbs (especially Low glycemic berries, squash, quinoa, vegetables, Low sugar, low alcohol intake… eating healthy basically. D: Fun Fact: A Swedish bodybuilder named Martin Berkha popularized this regimen, which is why you will also hear it being called the LeanGains method. V: Skipping breakfast reduces caloric intake by 20-40%, addresses visceral fat.S: Lastly, the 20-hour fasting regimen, also known as “the Warrior diet.” Ancient warrior tribes such as Spartans and Romans devised a “warrior diet” in which all meals are eaten in the evening during a 4 hour window. This results in a 20-hour fasting period each day. This diet also emphasizes natural, unprocessed foods and high-intensity interval training. A: Summary: 12-hour, 16-hour, 20-hour. Dr. Jason Fung also recommends 24-hour fasting. It is basically skipping breakfast every day and skipping lunch 3 times a week. “Hunger is your friend”. D: Before we move forward, I just want to add that not all fasts are the same. For instance, I'm a Muslim, and there's a month where we fast for religious purposes, called Ramadan. During this time we fast from sunrise to sunset, or dawn to dusk. In contrast to traditional fasting, this fasting differs in that we don't eat or drink anything. Even water. Whereas in intermittent fasting it's different. Now, there have been studies done where they studied individuals during this time to see if there was any weight loss during this period. It was found that people typically lost about 1-2 pounds of weight. However, I do want to clarify this weight loss could be fat loss or muscle loss. A: Another group of people who fast are Mormons. They traditionally fast once a month, the first Sunday of every month. It's a complete abstinence of food and water for 24 hours, skipping 2 meals. Fasting periods are linked to improve your spiritual well-being as well. S: Certain Hindu festivals and holy days require devotees to observe fasting as part of their worship. For example, Navarātrī, the nine-night celebration that occurs yearly. Some people take only water during these nine days, while some eat fruit while some eat one meal a day. Hindus will observe fasts of varying strictness depending on individual beliefs or practices. Here are some examples of common fasts observed by Hindus:not partaking any food or water for a set number of days.limiting oneself to one specific vegetarian meal during the day.eating or drinking only certain food types for a set number of days.Avoiding eating certain food types for a set number of days.' S: So what can I consume when I fast? Do I have to completely stop eating and drinking for those hours? D: Only certain fluids can be consumed during fasting periods: water, tea and coffee ( iced or hot) and homemade bone broth. It's important for you to drink water frequently throughout the day. You can enjoy flat, mineral or carbonated water. V: While Fasting: ok to have coffee, tea and water. Fasting creates a state of alertness. S: What can you add to your water? Limes, lemons, sliced fruit (do not eat the fruit itself), vinegar, Himalayan salt, chia, and ground flaxseeds ( 1 tbsp in 1 cup water). Do not add sweetened powders even if it's sugar-free. D: You can consume up to 6 cups of caffeinated or decaffeinated coffee on a fasting day. Black coffee is preferred, but you can add up to 1 tbsp of certain fats in your coffee. These include: coconut oil, medium chain triglyceride oil (MCT oil), butter, ghee, heavy whipping cream (35% fat), half and half, whole milk, ground cinnamon for flavor. V: Ghee butter is clarified butter with no lactose. A: You can curve appetite by drinking water, eating grains of salt, and drinking pickle juice (use a straw to avoid dental problems) S: You can consume unlimited herbal tea during your fasting period. I know Danish and I both are Tea Connoisseurs. Right Danish? Teas can suppress your appetite, lower your blood sugar levels and are otherwise beneficial (positivi-tea). Bitter melon tea, black tea, cinnamon chai tea and oolong tea, help lower blood sugar levels. Peppermint tea and green tea help suppress appetite. Peppermint is good for GI discomfort such as gas and bloating. A: Peppermint oil is good for IBS. D: It's not uncommon to experience some lightheadedness during your first few days of fasting periods. This is often caused by dehydration and decreased levels of electrolytes. An easy remedy is a good homemade broth. Both vegetable and meat or bone broth will work. Things you can include in your broth: any vegetable that grows above the ground, leafy greens, carrots, onions, bitter melon, animal meat and bones (mostly bones, any animal), Himalayan salt, any herbs or spices, ground flaxseeds. Avoid vegetable puree, potatoes, yams, beets or turnips and store bought broths. (Dr. Fung). A: This is the end of this part on “How to fast”. Some people think fasting includes being hungry the whole day, but the “hungry” feeling goes away after 1 hour, and you learn to recognize the cues from your body about hunger and satiety. ___________________________________________________________________________ Now we conclude our episode number 99 “Intermittent Fasting 99.” This is not a complete guide to fasting, it's only a brief overview. Fasting has become a new nutritional trend with proven benefits. Remind your patients that one of the secrets of fasting is “delay, don't deny”, meaning they can delay eating a few hours and then enjoy what they like the most. Sapna, Danish and Dr. Civelli also reminded us to eat with moderation after breaking our fast to maintain the benefits of fasting. Even without trying, every night you go to bed being a little wiser.This week we thank Hector Arreaza, Sapna Patel, Danish Khalid and Valerie Civelli. Audio edition: Suraj Amrutia. Thanks for listening to Rio Bravo qWeek Podcast. If you have any feedback, contact us by email at RioBravoqWeek@clinicasierravista.org, or visit our website riobravofmrp.org/qweek. See you next week!_____________________Resources: Fung, Jason, MD; and Jimmy Moore. “The Complete Guide to Fasting.” Victory Belt Publishing. 2016. p179-189;199-209.
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