Podcasts about metabolic

Share on
Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Share on Reddit
Copy link to clipboard

The set of life-sustaining chemical transformations within the cells of organisms

  • 1,029PODCASTS
  • 2,299EPISODES
  • 34mAVG DURATION
  • 1DAILY NEW EPISODE
  • Jan 19, 2022LATEST
metabolic

POPULARITY

20122013201420152016201720182019202020212022


Best podcasts about metabolic

Show all podcasts related to metabolic

Latest podcast episodes about metabolic

Wellness While Walking
105. Improving Metabolic Health + Establishing Balance: Marty Kendall Returns!

Wellness While Walking

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 38:16


Protein leverage, fat/weight loss, diet culture and diets, metabolic health and more -- not easy topics, but we have Optimising Nutrition founder Marty Kendall with us again! And I also delve into striving, growth and stepping away from extremism and perfectionism. Join us!   LET'S TALK THE WALK! Wellness While Walking Facebook page Wellness While Walking on Instagram Wellness While Walking on Twitter Wellness While Walking website for show notes and other information Coach Carolyn on Clubhouse: @stepstowellness wellnesswhilewalking@gmail.com   RESOURCES AND SOURCES (some links may be affiliate links) OPTIMISING NUTRITION Data Driven Fasting Program This is the program I did – price is very reasonable for the information, guidance and support you get I have skipped breakfast for years, but didn't consider myself a “faster” This program helped bring awareness to hunger and mindless eating in a way my mindfulness practices weren't able to I'm grateful for Marty's insights and programs Optimising Nutrition website How To Maximise Nutrient Density blog post Plant/Animal Protein blog post Optimising Nutrition podcast --or link to specific episodes that might be of interest below: The End of Craving The Origins of Our Nutritional Guidelines   GIVEAWAY *NEW* - VIP Package of Supplements from BiOptmizers! Pluck Seasoning https://eatpluck.com SorRxSoap/SorSoap https://sorsoap.com Epoch        Your Epoch Life Podcast        Grass Fed Whey Protein         Kettlebells  **NEW** JOIN THE EMAIL LIST TO GET THE NEW WELLNESS WHILE WALKING NEWSLETTER Be in the know! Sign up by sending an email to wellnesswhilewalking@gmail.com   JOIN OPTIMIZE Optimize Premium – FREE!!! Hundreds of book summaries, master classes, daily inspiration and more! Use my link above (and send an email to wellnesswhilewalking@gmail.com) to join and I'll give you tips and tricks for navigating the material and incorporating it into your life, plus some accountability! Optimize Coach  Want to take the Premium resources and add in the power of community? Join Optimize Coach, and put the power of this knowledge to work in your life and in others'! You'll be invited to multiple weekly coaching sessions and live classes with some of the world's biggest thinkers SATIRICAL OPTIMIZING VIDEO We can still strive and not do this! HOW TO SHARE WELLNESS WHILE WALKING Wellness While Walking on Apple  Wellness While Walking on Spotify Link for any podcast app: pod.link/walking Wellness While Walking website Or screenshot a favorite episode playing on your phone and share to social media or to a friend via text or email! Thanks for sharing! : )           DISCLAIMER Neither I nor many of my podcast guests are doctors or healthcare professionals of any kind, and nothing on this podcast or associated content should be considered medical advice. The information provided by Wellness While Walking Podcast and associated material, by Whole Life Workshop and by Bermuda Road Wellness LLC is for informational and entertainment purposes only. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or treatment, and before undertaking a new health care regimen, including walking.     Thanks for listening to Wellness While Walking, a walking podcast and a "best podcast for walking"!  

Discover with Dr. Dan | Proactive Health
#68: Understanding the Various Factors in Health Issues with Reed Davis | Thorough Holistic Treatment

Discover with Dr. Dan | Proactive Health

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 46:56


Reed Davis, board certified holistic healthcare practitioner and certified nutritional therapist is an expert in functional lab testing and holistic lifestyle medicine. He is the founder of Functional Diagnostic Nutrition and the FDN Certification Course with over 3000 graduates in 50 countries. Reed served as the Health Director at a wellness center in Southern California for over 10 years and with over 10,000 clients is known as one of the most experienced clinicians in the world. He serves on the advisory board of the American Natural Wellness Coaches board and the American Association of Natural Wellness Coaches. Reed lives in the US and when not teaching the FDN Certification Course and helping his graduates build their private practices, he is usually found gardening or riding motorcycles. Metabolic health and metabolic chaos 1:34What they look at when testing 9:11Reed's core tenets around diet 12:35The importance of rest and sleep for overall health 20:24Exercise 24:37Stress 30:24Supplementation 37:07“We've learned through all of this looking upstream not to pick on one thing, not to give a diagnosis. “It's irritable bowel.” Because as soon as you focus on that one thing, you are ignoring the other 10, or 15, or more things that are going on, that that person would also have to correct to get the outcomes that they came in looking for, including correcting that IBS or hyperthyroidism, or whatever it is. You never really get rid of it if you don't fix all of the things going on around it.” 4:25https://www.functionaldiagnosticnutrition.com/https://feelbrilliant.com/

Psychopharmacology and Psychiatry Updates
Metabolic Characteristics of Newer Second-Generation Antipsychotics

Psychopharmacology and Psychiatry Updates

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 10:09


What was the difference among antipsychotics? Over 1 year, lurasidone caused no net weight gain, whereas olanzapine caused a gain of 10 pounds. Perphenazine was associated with a 2 lb. loss vs olanzapine's 9.5 lb. gain. Faculty: Jim Phelps, M.D. Hosts: Jessica Diaz, M.D.; Flavio Guzman, M.D. Learn more about Premium Membership here Earn 0.5 CMEs: Quick Take Vol. 30 Comparison of the Metabolic Characteristics of Newer Second-Generation Antipsychotics

Metabolic Experience Podcast
Episode 27, Money, Mullets and Mustaches

Metabolic Experience Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 50:46


In this episode, Matt and Lynsey discuss a variety of topics from mullets, to speakeasys, to how you can afford a healthier lifestyle. They answer questions from our community and get into detail about their different styles of coaching. This is an episode you do not want to miss.   0:00 Intro, Apple Watch Bands, Speakeasys, Mullets & Mustaches 11:19 Matt's Mustache 14:00 What flavor is your workout? 25:00 We are all equal when we enter into Metabolic. 28:15 "What's the best advice for affording a healthy lifestyle?" 36:30 "How do you choose the indicator lifts? And why 8 weeks for training blocks?" 40:15 "How do you program rest intervals for your workouts?" 42:30 "I've been out of the gym for a month, any advice?" 47:00 "Are you planning on any expansion in the future?" 48:00 Our favorite alcoholic beverages.

Yogahealer Podcast
An Evolutionary Perspective on The Intermittent Fasting Revolution: The Brain Science with Mark Mattson

Yogahealer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 51:45


Podcast Intro: Most of us believe that eating three meals a day with a few snacks is the typical, healthy way to eat. But that is not always the case. Human bodies and minds developed to function well in circumstances where food was only available intermittently. In the primitive era, when we examine our ancestors' eating habits, we can see that intermittent fasting was common—but eating three meals a day was not. In fact, Dr. Mark Mattson, a well-known neuroscientist, demonstrates that intermittent fasting is not only normal but also beneficial to our health.  Intermittent fasting has become increasingly fashionable in recent years, and scientists have been studying its long-term implications on physical health. In this episode, Dr. Mark Mattson joins us to talk about his studies on metabolic switching, calorie restriction, and the cognitive benefits of intermittent fasting. He also provides information for physicians and parents, as well as practical guidance on how to follow an intermittent fasting eating pattern. What you'll get out of tuning in: What is intermittent fasting? How does intermittent fasting affect the body and brain? What can someone expect to experience when they adopt an intermittent fasting eating pattern? Links/CTA: The Intermittent Fasting Revolution by Mark P. Mattson Diabetes in Control - Mark Mattson Highlights: Obesity impairs cognition and increases the risk for some psychiatric disorders and dementias. Maternal and paternal obesity predisposes offspring to poor cognitive outcomes by epigenetic molecular mechanisms. Neural signaling pathways that evolved to bolster cognition in settings of food insecurity can be stimulated by intermittent fasting and exercise to support the cognitive health of current and future generations. Metabolic switching stimulates neural signaling pathways that bolster cognition. Timestamps: 02:48 - 03:15 - Cultural Evolution and Human Brains Size Changes in the last 10,000 Years 04:29 - 05:04 - Food over Consumption 38:28 - 40:41 - How Pharmaceutical Drugs are Advertised and Perceived by the General Public Quotes: “Similar to exercise, intermittent fasting takes time to adapt so that you'll actually feel very good. Many people, if they get in shape, they'll feel really good as long as they keep exercising. If they stop, their mood will start to go down.”  “Physical exercise and intermittent fasting have similar effects on the brain and body. Obviously, exercise has a more beneficial effect on your muscles and cardiovascular system. Then, from the standpoint of the brain, those intermittent fasting and exercise, improve learning and memory and protect the brain against dysfunction during aging” “Based on many studies, fasting for 16 hours is enough to engage or stimulate cells to go into this stress resistance, conserve resources mode. So people have breakfast, lunch and dinner and a snack. They're not fasting for 16 hours because the only time they're not eating is when they're sleeping.” Guest Bio: Mark Mattson Mark Mattson is the former Chief of the Laboratory of Neurosciences at the National Institute on Aging and is now on the faculty of Neuroscience at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. His research has advanced an understanding of the cellular signaling mechanisms that control the formation and plasticity of neuronal networks in the brain, and cellular and molecular mechanisms of brain aging and neurodegenerative disorders. His research has also elucidated how the brain responds adaptively to challenges such as fasting and exercise, and he has used that information to develop novel interventions to promote optimal brain function throughout life. Dr. Mattson is among the most highly cited neuroscientists in the world with more than 900 publications and 180,000 citations. He was elected a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and has received many awards including the Metropolitan Life Foundation Medical Research Award and the Alzheimer's Association Zenith Award.

Metabolic Experience Podcast
Episode 26: The Secret to How Our Templates are Made

Metabolic Experience Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 49:42


In this episode, we discuss the history of how Metabolic templates were made and how they have evolved into the strength training program we use today. Also, we dive into groutfits, the mafia, hitting PR's, best time to workout and more! 0:00 Intro 11:00 Metabolic templates and how they are made. 20:11 Our favorite templates and singing in Metabolic. 26:15 "Are there benefits to working out in the AM vs PM?" 30:30 "Is the a reason for the pairing exercises in Metabolic?" 33:22 "Best template to hit a PR?" 36:05 "Are we all sore? DOMS?" 39:40 "What are good activities to compliment Metabolic workouts?" 43:34 "How many days do you recommend completing a Metabolic workout?"

Generative Energy Podcast
#77: Moving to Mexico | Preparedness | Useful Blood Tests | Dosing Thyroid | Note Organization with Danny Roddy

Generative Energy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2022 66:49


00:00 - Intro, reflecting on 2021, mission statement, note organization, preparedness 06:25 - Question: certain foods for different times of the day? 07:17 - Question: do you do any type of stimulating art at the moment? 08:18 - Question: best natural hair growth story? 08:56 - Question: food combining? Is fat useful for a person with poor liver function? 11:20 - Question: problems with sour or tart orange juice? Does it influence a person's mood? 12:07 - Question: is nail-biting a sign of stress? 13:15 - Question: what is the safest soap? 14:06 - Question: challenges with my new living location 15:28 - Question: what is worth focusing on in life if your metabolism is good? "Our job, in our own culture, is to open whatever is closed, to generate possibilities by working on what has been neglected.” — Mind and Tissue by Raymond Peat (1985) 16:27 - Question: have you thought more about the brain's relationship to baldness? 17:35 - Question: cynomel (T3) troubleshooting 20:02 - Question: does eating sugar cause advanced glycation end products (AGEs)? The liberation of fatty acids as a "fundamental response to stress" 22:07 - Question: what cofactors are needed when starting cynomel (T3)? Liver, oysters, eggs 24:05 - Question: can you describe your relationship with Ray Peat? 26:40 - Question: what causes vertical ridges on nails? 27:01 - Question: why don't you want a waifu? 28:15 - Question: what are the signs of taking too much thyroid? Breathlessness, loose stools, nervousness, insomnia 29:04 - Question: topical T3 vs. oral T3 30:08 - Question: what's order should health problems be approached? 31:39 - Question: what are your thoughts on androsterone? 31:44 - Question: what's the best source of calcium if you can't use milk or cheese? 33:29 - Question: thoughts on dry skin? 33:56 - Question: thoughts on progesterone for men? Metabolic stress when the "youth-associated" steroids become deficient due to hypothyroidism 36:23 - Question: protecting a person's wealth in case of a cyber attack? Precious metals, bitcoin 37:30 - Question: how do you know if cynomel (T3) is working? 39:06 - Question: implications of hearing your heartbeat at night? 39:33 - Question: what blood tests do you think are the most useful? 41:30 - Question: what makes you confident about Mexico as a refuge for future calamities? 43:48 - Question: no response to antibiotics for a chronically stuffed-up nose? 45:06 - Question: feeling better on thyroid, but high blood levels of T3 and T4? 45:47 - Question: best way to improve temperature? 46:03 - Question: how to transition away from keto? Is it good now to have an appetite? 47:48 - Question: where do you get food in Mexico? 48:10 - Question: what were the obstacles you faced when you moved to Mexico? 50:49 - Question: what does your average day look like? 53:02 - Question: what was your experience doing muay Thai in Thailand? 55:04 - Question: how do you cope with the stress of loneliness? 56:12 - Question: what's air pollution like in Mexico? 56:58 - Question: supplies for the impending collapse of society? 58:37 - Question: thoughts on tyromix? Have you tried a 1:2 ratio of T3:T4? 58:50 - Question: how to balance thyroid with vitamin A? 01:01:13 - Question: SIBO symptoms? 01:01:55 - Question: what streaming software/hardware and camera do you use? 01:03:14 - Question: what is your theology? 01:03:45 - Question: when will memberships open up on your Patreon? 01:04:31 - Question: carrot salad causing constipation? Is using T4 only safe?

Metabolic Experience Podcast
Episode 25: "Maximizing Your Workout Experience

Metabolic Experience Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 50:05


In this episode of the Metabolic Academy Podcast, Matt and Lynsey discuss the template "Upper-Lower-Sprint", how to take ownership of your own workout at Metabolic, how soon after your workout to consume protein, and more! 0:00 Introduction/Reflecting on today's workout 7:30 Taking Ownership of the Workout 19:00 Metabolic Stress in Workouts 24:00 A Challenge from Matt 25:15 A Challenge from Lynsey 29:15 What is your post workout cool down routine? 30:45 What is the reasoning for half reps? 32:40 How do you build glutes without building legs? 43:00 Do I need to eat protein within an hour of my workout?  

LEVELS – A Whole New Level
#59 - The ultimate guide to understanding your cholesterol panel and metabolic blood tests (Dr. Robert Lustig & Dr. Casey Means)

LEVELS – A Whole New Level

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 53:29


Levels Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Casey Means, talks with Levels advisor and author of Metabolical to discuss how to interpret your cholesterol panel in order to better understand your metabolic health. Dr. Lustig walks through what HDL, LDL, triglycerides, and total cholesterol mean, how fasting insulin tests relate to your cholesterol panel, and how to improve your cholesterol numbers.  This episode dives into how to interpret ratios of your cholesterol numbers like triglyceride-to-HDL ratio to learn more about your metabolic health. Grab a pen, your recent cholesterol panel, and this episode to work through your numbers!   This is a companion episode to this article: https://www.levelshealth.com/blog/the-ultimate-guide-to-understanding-your-cholesterol-panel-and-metabolic-blood-tests  This episode DOES NOT CONSTITUTE MEDICAL ADVICE.    Please talk to your doctor about all diagnostic testing. Become a Levels Member – levelshealth.com Learn about Metabolic Health – levelshealth.com/blog Follow Levels on Social – @Levels on Instagram and Twitter

The Lindsey Elmore Show
Women Food Hormones | Sara Gottfried M.D.

The Lindsey Elmore Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 52:36


Sara Gottfried, MD, is a hormone expert, a Harvard-educated physician-scientist, and a clinical assistant professor in the department of integrative medicine and nutritional sciences at Sidney Kimmel Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University. She is the New York Times best-selling author of four books, including The Hormone Cure. She lives in Moraga, California. Topics covered in this episode: • A book about women, food & hormones. • How hormones affect our weight loss. • Hormones that are important for weight gain and weight loss. • How diets differ from men and women. • The lifecycle of a hormone. • Animal sources of protein that can help to support hormones without causing all the metabolic side effects. • The benefits of eating according to a Mediterranean diet. • How quickly do people start to lose weight with the Gottfried Protocol? • What is going on with our hormones across a lifespan that is changing our weight? • Does lack of sleep derail weight loss? Referenced in the episode: • The Lindsey Elmore Show Ep 68 | Treating people, not symptoms | Dr. Sara Gottfried To learn more about Sara Gottfried M.D. and her work, head over to www.saragottfriedmd.com IG @Saragottfriedmd @womenfoodhormones __________________________________________________________ Eaton Hemp Organic Hemp Food - Nature's most nutrient-dense superfood. Head to www.eatonhemp.com/lindseyelmoreshow and save 25% on all Eaton Hemp products… with a full money back guarantee! __________________________________________________________ Amare FundaMentals Pack – Includes: MentaBiotics, which are a combination of unique strains of probiotics, prebiotics, and phytobiotics that have been scientifically shown to improve mental wellness. MentaFocus, which has key phytonutrients clinically shown to support focus, mental sharpness, clarity, creativity, and cognitive functioning, and MentaSync, which optimizes the communication sync of chemical messengers between your brain and your gut. Head over to www.lindseyelmore.com/amarefundamentals ... save $10 and you'll also be given a free three-day Gut Reboot Plus as a one-time gift. __________________________________________________________ We hope you enjoyed this episode. Come check us out at www.lindseyelmore.com/podcast.

Sam Miller Science
S 288: Thrifty vs Spendthrift Metabolic Phenotypes

Sam Miller Science

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 51:41


Sam… what is a metabolic phenotype and why does it matter? Excellent question listener. In today's episode, I wanted to dive into the research of controlled overeating and undereating studies and how different metabolic phenotypes emerge. This concept gets back to TDEE which we have covered on many episodes. Topics include:   - Metabolic Phenotypes - Why This Matters - Using Phenotypes as a Crutch - Share, Rate, and Reviews - Diving Into The Research - Fat Free Mass - Brown Adipose Tissue - Microbiome Considerations - Upcoming Masterclass ---------- Elevate your coaching game, level-up your impact and your income with our no cost 5 day metabolism school video training series for coaches: www.metabolismblueprint.com/free  ----------  Stay Connected: Website for Coaching Education: www.sammillerscience.com Instagram: @sammillerscience  Audiobook for Coaches: www.Metabolismblueprint.com/audio ---------- Join our no-cost Nutrition Coaching Collaborative Community to grow your knowledge and connect with other like-minded coaches: https://www.facebook.com/groups/nutritioncoachingcollaborative/ ----------  Check out Revive Supplements and Use Code SAM (or use this link and the code is automatically added to the cart) to Save 15% Off your Total Order - https://revivesups.com/discount/SAM ----------  Check out Raw Nutrition and Use Code SAM to Save 15% Off your Total Order - https://getrawnutrition.com ----------  Check Out Cured Nutrition and use code: SCIENCE for Free Shipping on Any Order - https://www.curednutrition.com ----------  Check Out ReviveDX Medical for Your Testing Needs Including the Dutch Test Mentioned in this Episode. Use Code SAM to save on your purchase - https://medicine.revivedx.com ----------  “This Podcast is for general informational purposes only and does not constitute the practice of medicine, nursing or other professional health care services, including the giving of medical advice, and no doctor/patient relationship is formed. The use of information on this podcast and the show notes or the reliance on the information provided is to be done at the user's own risk. The content of this podcast is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment and is for educational purposes only. Always consult your physician before beginning any exercise program and users should not disregard, or delay in obtaining, medical advice for any medical condition they may have and should seek the assistance of their health care professionals for any such conditions. By accessing this Podcast, the listener acknowledges that the entire contents and design of this Podcast, are the property of Oracle Athletic Science LLC, or used by Oracle Athletic Science LLC with permission, and are protected under U.S. and international copyright and trademark laws. Except as otherwise provided herein, users of this Podcast may save and use information contained in the Podcast only for personal or other non-commercial, educational purposes. No other use, including, without limitation, reproduction, retransmission or editing, of this Podcast may be made without the prior written permission of Oracle Athletic Science LLC, which may be requested by contacting the Oracle Athletic Science LLC by email at team@sammillerscience.com. By accessing this Podcast, the listener acknowledges that Oracle Athletic Science LLC makes no warranty, guarantee, or representation as to the accuracy or sufficiency of the information featured in this Podcast.”

Bulletproof Radio
Upgrade Your Metabolic System with the Right Foods – Dr. Robert Lustig – Best of 2021

Bulletproof Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 72:14


WE APPRECIATE OUR PARTNERS. CHECK THEM OUT!Vascular System Protection: https://arterosil.com/DAVE/, get 30% off and protect your blood vessels from vulnerable plaquePowerhouse Mushrooms: https://lifecykel.com/, use code ASPREY25 to save 25%Upgrade Digestive Health: https://globalhealing.com/dave, use code DAVE15 to get 15% offIN THIS “BEST OF” EPISODE OF THE HUMAN UPGRADE™… … Dr. Robert Lustig's knowledge about the metabolic system landed with listeners in a big way.He's a New York Times bestselling author of several books about the problems caused by sugar, processed food and the health conditions of obesity. In his latest book “Metabolical: The Lure and the Lies of Processed Food, Nutrition, and Modern Medicine,” he focuses on how real food can reverse chronic disease and promote longevity. He also challenges the current healthcare paradigm and the influence of Big Food, Big Pharma, and Big Government. “I wrote Metabolical to basically explain what is healthy,” Dr. Lustig says. “And based on the empiric data, based on the science, based on the pathologies that I describe in the book that belie chronic disease, I distilled all of the information down to six words – two precepts, six words: ‘Protect the liver, feed the gut.'”These are the eight cell pathologies that underlie all chronic disease, according to Dr. Lustig:glycationoxidative stressmitochondrial dysfunctioninsulin resistancemembrane instabilityinflammationepigeneticsautophagy"[When] you look at the entire molecular mechanism of every single one of those eight subcellular pathologies, none of them have a medicine," he says. "None of them are druggable. They're all foodable." His book also documents how processed food has impacted human health, the economy, and the environment over the past 50 years. “It's not about obesity, it never was,” Dr. Lustig says. “The key to the kingdom is that it is not about obesity, it is about metabolic dysfunction and anyone can get it, and that's what makes it a public health crisis, because obesity is a result of the problem, not the cause.”See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Couch Talk w/ Dr. Anna Cabeca
Uric Acid Exposed: The Key to Losing Weight, Controlling Blood Sugar, and Achieving Extraordinary Health with Dr. Anna Cabeca and Dr. David Perlmutter

Couch Talk w/ Dr. Anna Cabeca

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 63:41


David Perlmutter reveals the exciting and challenging science behind a major health risk that almost no one is talking about. Find out how uric acid is contributing to some of the biggest health risks in modern life, how the standard American diet is the perfect formula for creating dangerous levels of uric acid in your body, and how you can make changes to your diet that will help you lose weight, control your blood sugar, and live a healthier life.  [1:40] As of 2022, David will be 67 years young and he's planning on traveling from Vancouverto Alaska with his wife. The world has a lot of variability and uncertainty right now so it's hard to make detailed plans for the following year, but in some ways, that's good because it forces you to focus on the present. [5:00] David's new book is called Drop Acid. It specifically deals with uric acid and how we discovered it to be a central player in regulating metabolic health. It's not only that uric acid just becomes elevated, it actually plays a causal role in conditions like diabetes, hypertension, and obesity. [7:45] Metabolic issues are the number one cause of mortality on the planet. Countries like Japan have been aggressive in intervening with people with high levels of uric acid because of its dramatic associations with death from all causes. [8:25] Risk of death due to cardiovascular disease rises by 38%, stroke by 35%, and for every point of elevation in uric acid above 7 all cause mortality increases by 8%-13%. Having a high uric acid level is associated with a 80% risk of dementia, and a 55% risk of Alzheimer's. [10:00] Testing uric acid levels is fairly routine, but what it indicated wasn't meaningfully understood until recently. David began  looking at uric acid because of his interest in metabolic health and its association to Alzheimer's. The original paper linking uric acid to metabolic issues was published in 1894, and was buried until a researcher named Dr. Richard Johnson started doing studies on it. [12:15] David was listening to a podcast episode with Dr. Peter Attia doing an interview with Dr. Johnson and he was overwhelmed by the information. Every minute was a new pearl of information. David started communicating with Dr. Johnson, which became the basis of a new friendship. [14:30] The genetic mutations that cause humans to have higher uric acid than other mammals happened around 14 to 17 million years ago as an evolutionary survival mechanism. In times of food and water scarcity, uric acid allowed us to increase our blood sugar and retain water which were powerful advantages. [15:45] To this day, we have a component of our genes that want to be thrifty and pack away fat for the next period of food scarcity. Historically, the biggest threats to our survival was in finding food sources and being eaten by predators, and uric acid helped with both of those. [16:55] Certain cultures have evolved this gene and are more at risk of negative effects from it in our modern world. Fructose is the key ingredient to uric acid production in the body and the world is awash with it. The highest rates of obesity are in those genetic populations. [18:50] 50% of American adults will be obese by 2030, including children. 10% of kids between 12 and 18 are hypertensive. This is a direct manifestation of the foods we are eating, primarily fructose. Fructose is metabolized into uric acid and uric acid is doing the dirty work. [20:10] In the context of 99.9% of human habitation on this planet, this adaptation was very advantageous. It wasn't until recently, when our diets have changed so significantly, that it has become a liability. [21:15] Clearing uric acid is where the challenge is. We have lost the function to clear uric acid and with most foods we eat increasing uric acid levels, it can be difficult to keep levels low on the standard American diet. Fructose is the main culprit and average daily consumption increased by 1000% between 1970 and 1990. {24:30] Not all alcohol is associated with high levels of uric acid, but beer is one of the worst contributors. Targeting a specific enzyme called xanthine oxidase can help the body excrete uric acid. [27:20] In menopause, uric acid increases because estrogen plays a major role in the kidney's ability to excrete uric acid. Women who are on estrogen replacement therapy seem to have some protection from their uric acid rising. [28:30] One of the most important discoveries has to do with a master pathway known as AMPK. This pathway is turned on by things like exercise, berberine, and metformin, and when activated, it prevents the body's production of extra glucose and sugar. [31:45] The opposite of AMPK is triggered by two ways: fructose entering the body and uric acid in general. Uric acid is the key to the ability to hibernate, but if you don't plan on spending the four to six months sleeping, you should try to keep uric acid low to maintain your metabolic health. [33:55] For people who are working hard to lose weight and get healthy, reducing uric acid may be the vital tool they need. Picking up a uric acid monitor will give you a good idea where you are right now. We want to have a uric acid level below 5.5 mg/deciliter, with the average level in America being around 6.0. [37:40] The average individual in America, aged 60 or older, has full blown metabolic syndrome. 88% of adults in America have at least one component of metabolic syndrome. [38:30] The LUV diet can be incorporated into your keto, paleo, or vegan plan. The main focus is in getting the fructose out of your life. [39:15] Fruit has fructose but when you eat fruit you're getting that fructose in the context of fiber, bioflavonoids and Vitamin C. Fruit juice consumption is associated with an overall smaller brain and weaker memory. [41:00] Tart cherries were used in the past with women to help them control their gout, and now through the lens of modern research we know why. [41:30] We've known since 1970 that fructose is a threat to metabolic health, despite the $10 billion that was spent to keep us from that information. $500 million was spent to convince the public that corn related sugar was the “safer” sugar. Fortunately the truth is now coming out and we are waking up to the risks of uric acid. [42:40] David published an op-ed challenging the Biden administration on the USDA recommendation that 10% of our daily calorie consumption should come from sugar. This is a perfect example of science coming up against politics. [44:10] The nutritional requirement of sugar is zero. High fructose corn syrup is a toxin to fetal health. When it comes to certain organizations, it's like steering an aircraft carrier, especially when you look at which groups may be funding those organizations. [46:20] The only time we would need fructose in our bodies is when facing starvation, and even then our bodies can create fructose from glucose. [48:25] The quick fix is to eat less salt and your body will be less aggressive in triggering the pathway that leads to high uric acid levels. [49:00] One study looked at two groups of school-aged children, and in one group they placed a water fountain outside their classroom and encouraged them to drink. That group had a 30% reduction in the development of obesity. Fat is a powerful resource for making fresh water in your body, and when we're dehydrated (or our body thinks we're dehydrated) it wants to store fat to survive.     Mentioned in this Episode: Drop Acid by David Perlmutter drperlmutter.com youtube.com/thegirlfrienddoctor dranna.com/show     Always seek the advice of your own physician or qualified health professional before starting any treatment or plans. Information found here and results are provided for informational purposes only and are not intended to replace a one-on-one relationship with a qualified healthcare professional and are not intended as medical advice.

Bright Side
What the Metabolic Diet Is and How It Works

Bright Side

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 11:05


How to Lose Weight with Metabolic Diet. In case you're looking for a really effective diet that will help you lose weight and maintain the perfect body of your dreams, here's one. The main goal of the metabolic diet is to reset certain organs like the pancreas and liver. Completing all 3 stages of the metabolic diet will take quite a while, but the results are definitely worth the effort.  Before proceeding with this diet, visit your doctor. They will tell you whether it's advisable for you and what you can do to make it even more effective, based on your system's peculiarities. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Scott Bryant Fitness Systems
How to improve your strength and fitness training 150% in 2022

Scott Bryant Fitness Systems

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 27:00


This podcast is all about how you can increase your fitness training results in the gym by 150% When it comes to training it's very important to have the right training frequency. A maximum of four times a week has been scientifically shown to have the greatest improvement in your gym workouts. Charlie Francis Ben Johnson trainer said if you're not improving by 1% in your strength training sessions you're doing something completely wrong Charles Poliquin strength and conditioning coach in 200 sports to 400 athletes said if you're spending more than an hour in the gym you're making friends not training when it comes to exercise no more than five unless you're doing a pacific program that you can see you're getting results from but really physiological load Is really important especially if you're in pain the higher the physiological load of your workouts or exercise program the more you will be in pain. So with my clients maximum is five exercise least is two exercises Charles Poliquin says that you need to deserve your carbohydrates what you put inside your mouth can harm you and what comes out of your mouth can harm you. I've been using the Metabolic typing diet with my clients since 2004 And I found it to work every time so are you a carbohydrate time are you a protein type or are you a mix type we can tell this from your physique but really you need to get tested. M To find out what time you really are So if your food is not correct all the fuel you're putting inside your body you can't expect to get optimum results well not 150% anyway if your food is great and you have no food allergies and no other problems with your gut then the 150% is achievable. Remember that the program you have is just as important as the exercise you're doing all the supplements or diet you're on it's the complete program no program means you're training to fail and your training on sand instead of cement. So make sure you get a program designed by somebody that knows what they're doing I would say a minimum of five years experience in fitness and asked to see the results they've got for their clients don't disturb the typical bodybuilding program do a program that's right for your body to get the right results for you.When you get all this completely right then you will see 150% Improvement Deeper is with supplementation when supplementing It's quite a science it's not just a case of just popping a pill and hoping to get the result you need to have a good blood work done or some sort of testing to find out exactly what is going on so you could do a zinc test hydrochloric acid test as Gut test to see if everything is working correctly I only use cos I've been using for years so I can guarantee my results many companies out there will not give you the complete result or the result could be wrong so go with a trusted organisation sufficient oils I'm a great believer in for reducing inflammation in pain and reducing body fat magnesium is great for sleep and information and brain balance probiotics are fantastic for rebalancing gut health and keeping your Microbiome strong vitamin C has been proven to enhance performance As well as heal the body from the inside out zinc has been linked to improving strength as well as testosterone and many other elements in the body hydrochloric acid many people don't make in their stomachs at the right level this is why you see many men and some women with Budweiser tumours so I highly recommend supplementing with hydrochloric acid for your Your body to break down food if hydrochloric acid is low in the gut you can get infested with fungus and parasites and cause lots of problems in the body last one but not least is adapter adaptogens --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/scott-bryant6/message

LEVELS – Metabolic Insights
New study asks whether umami flavor causes metabolic dysfunction

LEVELS – Metabolic Insights

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 12:59


Researchers uncover the molecular connection between MSG and obesity in mice, but whether the findings extend to humans is still unclear. Author: Matthew Laye, PhD Link to article: https://www.levelshealth.com/blog/new-study-asks-whether-umami-flavor-causes-metabolic-dysfunction Become a Levels Member – levelshealth.com Learn about Metabolic Health – levelshealth.com/blog Follow Levels on Social – @Levels on Instagram and Twitter

NEI Podcast
E132 - (CME) Monitoring and Management of Metabolic Side Effects

NEI Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 60:40


In this episode, Dr. Andrew Cutler interviews Dr. Joseph Goldberg on the management of metabolic side effects associated with antipsychotics.  Optional CME/CE Credits and Certificate Instructions: After listening to the podcast, to take the optional posttest and receive CME/CE credit, click https://nei.global/POD21-MET  Learning Objectives: After completing this educational activity, you should be better able to: Differentiate antipsychotic medications based on risk for metabolic side effects Monitor patients for metabolic side effects Implement management strategies to address metabolic side effects  Accreditation: In support of improving patient care, Neuroscience Education Institute (NEI) is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.   NEI designates this live activity for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit ™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.  A posttest minimum score of 70% is required to receive CME/CE credit. The content in this activity pertains to pharmacology and is worth 1.0 continuing education hour of pharmacotherapeutics Credit Types. The following are being offered for this activity: Nurse Practitioner (ANCC): contact hours Pharmacy (ACPE): application-based contact hours Physician (ACCME): AMA PRA Category 1 Credits ™ Physician Assistant (AAPA): Category 1 CME credits Psychology (APA): CE credits Social Work (ASWB-ACE): ACE CE credits Non-Physician Member of the Healthcare Team: Certificate of Participation stating the program is designated for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits ™  Peer Review: The content was peer-reviewed by an MD specializing in psychiatry to ensure the scientific accuracy and medical relevance of information presented and its independence from bias. NEI takes responsibility for the content, quality, and scientific integrity of this CME/CE activity.  Disclosures: All individuals in a position to influence or control content were required to disclose any relevant financial relationships, which were then mitigated prior to the activity being presented.  Interviewer Andrew J. Cutler, MD Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry, SUNY Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, NY Chief Medical Officer, Neuroscience Education Institute, Carlsbad, CA Consultant/Advisor: AbbVie, Acadia, AiCure, Alfasigma, Alkermes, Allergan, Atentiv, Cognitive Research, Intra-Cellular, Ironshore, Janssen, Lundbeck, Neurocrine, Noven, Otsuka, Sage, Sunovion, Supernus, Takeda, Teva Speakers Bureau: AbbVie, Acadia, Alkermes, Allergan, Intra-Cellular, Ironshore, Janssen, Lundbeck, Neurocrine, Noven, Otsuka, Sunovion, Supernus, Takeda, Teva, Tris  Interviewee Joseph F. Goldberg, MD   Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York City, NY Consultant/Advisor: BioXcel, Intra-Cellular, Lundbeck, Otsuka, Sunovion Speakers Bureau: Allergan/Abbvie, Intra-Cellular, Sage, Sunovion Royalties: American Psychiatric Publishing, Cambridge University Press Pre-Interview Author Sabrina K. Bradbury-Segal, PhD Medical Writer, Neuroscience Education Institute, Carlsbad, CA No financial relationships to disclose.  The Planning Committee and Peer Reviewer have no financial relationships to disclose.  Disclosure of Off-Label Use: This educational activity may include discussion of unlabeled and/or investigational uses of agents that are not currently labeled for such use by the FDA. Please consult the product prescribing information for full disclosure of labeled uses.  Cultural and Linguistic Competency: A variety of resources addressing cultural and linguistic competency can be found here: https://nei.global/culture  Support: This activity is supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Intra-Cellular Therapies.  Released: December 22, 2021          CE credit expires: December 22, 2024    

The WinAtLife Podcast
From Paleo & 1200 calories to Pro-metabolic eating with Trish Del Girolamo

The WinAtLife Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 34:41


Are you a woman who's used to living off low calorie and low carb diets to control your weight?Have you thought about dipping your toes in pro-metabolic eating but feel scared to increase your calories and start eating carbs and dairy again? Are you sick of punishing yourself with grueling cardio and training sessions 6-7 days per week to maintain your weight?If this is you then I'm sure you can relate to Trish's story.Trish is 52, married with one daughter and lives in Melbourne. She's done almost everything from 500-calorie and 1200-calorie diets and Jenny Craig to avoiding carbs altogether and going full Paleo for two years in an effort to improve her health.When she first started pro-metabolic eating she struggled to introduce carbs and dairy and was terrified of gaining weight if she increased her calories.In this podcast she shares her journey including how she successfully introduced carbs and dairy back into her diet, how she trains, the cardio she does, her mindset struggles, how long it's actually taken her to reach her goals and finally how she succeeded and now eats 2000 calories per day and is fitting back into her size 8 clothes.Trish even says herself, “I probably would've crashed and burned.” Yet, now she loves herself, has newfound confidence, and says there is no looking back!For women debating finally letting go of restrictive diets and punishing cardio, Trish says “This is a better way of life. This is the right way of life. This is the way we should all be living and eating.” Join the Winatlife Program: https://www.nustrength.com.au/winatlife_nutrition_training

The Model Health Show
TMHS 541: Foods That Create Metabolic Chaos & How Being Health Conscious Can Make You Unhealthy - With Max Lugavere

The Model Health Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 76:50


Some of the key principles to creating a healthy body are the incredibly simple: eat whole foods, drink water, get quality sleep, and move your body. But if metabolic health is truly that easy, why are so many of our citizens struggling with excess body fat, insulin resistance, and chronic illness? The answer to this question is complex, but one major contributing factor at play is the deception in food marketing.  The best way to navigate deceptive terms and strategies is to educate yourself, and that's what today's guest is here to do. Max Lugavere is an author, health and science journalist, and podcaster with a mission to teach others about eating real, health-promoting foods for longevity, cognitive performance, and overall wellness. On today's show, Max is sharing some of the commonly consumed foods that are detrimental to metabolic health.  You're going to hear Max's insights on nutritional labels, how to determine the difference between healthy fats and unhealthy fats, plus three things you should seek out when you make food choices. You'll also learn about how to fortify your health in a pandemic, how to build grit and resilience in your mind and body, and so much more. So click play, listen in, and enjoy this interview with Max Lugavere!  In this episode you'll discover: Why you should avoid commercial fruit smoothies.  What the cephalic stage of digestion is. The differences in how the body digests fructose and glucose. Why you need to read the label on your olive oil. How and why processed oils are deodorized. The incredible health benefits of extra virgin olive oil.  The origins of grapeseed oil. Why grain and seed oils damage our mitochondria. How margarine is made. Differences between partially hydrogenated fats and fully hydrogenated fats. The health benefits of butter. How the low-fat movement of the past damaged our brain and metabolic health.  Why food marketing can be so confusing for consumers. The way your body processes the calories in whole foods vs. processed foods. How much sugar the average America eats per year. A distinction between folate and folic acid. Why eating while distracted can eat to a higher caloric consumption.  Why satiety is a key to metabolic efficiency.  The role hydration plays in weight loss. Three defining characteristics that make a food satiating. How discomfort creates grit. The importance of consuming a variety of nutrients. Items mentioned in this episode include: Organifi.com/Model -- Use the coupon code MODEL for 20% off! DrinkLMNT.com/model -- Get a FREE sample pack for the cost of shipping!  Genius Kitchen by Max Lugavere Genius Foods by Max Lugavere  The Genius Life by Max Lugavere  Connect with Max Lugavere Website / Podcast / Instagram  Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud *Download Transcript

Suck it up and Succeed
Nutrition Reality W/ Katie Chapmon

Suck it up and Succeed

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 32:02


Katie Chapmon, MS, RD is an award-winning Registered Dietitian Nutritionist specializing in Bariatric Nutrition, GI Issues and Hormonal Health and with 10+ years of hands-on clinical experience for leading medical providers. She is the proud recipient of the 2010 Recognized Young Dietitian of the Year Award and 2018 Excellence in Weight Management Practice Award through the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. She spent the first decade of her career as the lead dietitian for Kaiser Permanente Southern California. For the past several years, she has been working with industry partners and consumers to improve nutrition education within the field, and maintains a virtual private practice. In April 2021, she launched Bariatric Nutrition Pro – to provide healthcare practitioners education to start (or continue!) their bariatric career with the confidence and knowledge to succeed.She currently serves as the Chair of the American Society of Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Integrated Health Clinical Issues Committee, Chapter author of the 3rd Edition of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Pocket Guide to Bariatric Surgery. She is a national speaker and enjoys time hiking and cooking in the kitchen.To contact Katie:website: katiechapmon.comIG: katie_chapmon_dietitianTo contact the host Juli:Juli@JMCLifestyle.comJMCLifestyle.comFacebook.com/JMCLifestyleSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/JMCLifestyle)

Rebel Performance Radio
Flashback: All Things Hypertrophy Training and Getting Mo' Bigger with Ryan L'Ecuyer

Rebel Performance Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 91:14


As we're in the midst of the holiday season where nostalgia is running rampant , we thought we'd do a little throwback to one of our very first episodes we recorded for Rebel Performance Radio. Joining me in this flashback episode is Rebel coach Ryan L'Ecuyer. Ryan and I talk all things hypertrophy and how to get more bigger. Right off the bat, Ryan and I get into his background and early love for training and come to realize he owes everything to Billy Blanks' nipple shirts and Taibo. Also, it's a crime that he didn't see The Predator until age 26, but we can't change the past. Aside from nipple shirts and The Predator, Ryan and I spend our time diving into any and all things hypertrophy. We talk mechanical tension, metabolic stress, competing in both powerlifting and bodybuilding, periodization schemes, and of course, the pump. The episode is chock-full of actionable takeaways and things you can begin implementing to design and run better hypertrophy protocols. So, if you find yourself wearing skinny jeans or medium T-shirts to give the appearance of being jacked, then stick around because we'll tell you how to actually build real muscle. What You'll Learn in This Episode:  [14:00] Competing in both powerlifting and bodybuilding [23:00] Finding pockets of opportunity for lifters [25:00] The drivers of hypertrophy [26:00] Metabolic stress [29:00] Blood flow restriction [37:00] Mechanical tension [50:00] The mind-body connection  [57:00] Dealing with the diminishing returns of training [75:00] The power of frequency Links: Explore our free training samples here: https://www.rebel-performance.com/training-templates/ (https://www.rebel-performance.com/training-templates/) Follow James Cerbie on IG here: https://www.instagram.com/jamescerbie/ (https://www.instagram.com/jamescerbie/) Follow Ryan L'Ecuyer on IG here: https://www.instagram.com/lacurefit/ (https://www.instagram.com/lacurefit/) Claim your first month of training for $1 until December 31, 2021, here: https://www.rebel-performance.com/ (https://www.rebel-performance.com/) Want to learn more about the Rebel Performance Training Team? Click here to chat with our team: http://m.me/rebelperf (http://m.me/rebelperf) PLUS: Whenever you're ready... here are 3 ways we can help you unlock total package strength, physique, and athleticism (without being in pain or getting beaten down by injuries). 1. Listen to the podcast.  We release a new episode every Sunday evening where we break down what to do in and outside the gym to help you become the total package (and perform pain-free) - http://radio.rebel-performance.com/listen (Click here to listen.) 2. Buy a pre-made program.  Looking for an expertly crafted training program minus the coaching and camaraderie? Then http://shop.rebel-performance.com/ (go )https://shop.rebel-performance.com/ (here). 3. Claim your 90-day risk-free trial. Want to work directly with me and my team to find your peak performance, train pain-free, and become a total package athlete in 90 days? Then reply "trial" to this email and I'll send you all the details. Oh, and https://www.rebel-performance.com/reviews (here's a bunch of reviews) if you want to know what real humans think of working with us. 

Nutrition with Judy
Surviving Mold - Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS) - Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker

Nutrition with Judy

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 58:38


I had an opportunity to sit down with Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker and we talked about Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome. Dr. Shoemaker has devoted his career to unveiling the complexities of Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome—caused by exposure to damp buildings, cyanobacterial blooms, dinoflagellates, spirochetes, apicomplexans, and recluse spiders: among others.Dr. Shoemaker began the first biotoxin illness practice in the US in 2002 and has treated over 10,000 patients with CIRS illnesses. His non-profit research group, the Center for Research on Biotoxin Associated Illnesses, has raised over $2,000,000 for private funding of academic research. As a medical expert, Dr. Shoemaker has testified in over 200 cases.If you haven't already done so,  we recommend you listen to the introduction to CIRS episode first.Not Getting Better with Diet? You might have Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS)01:45 All about Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker05:21 The impact of biotoxins in inflammatory response of our system09:55 Mitochondrial Function12:45 How can people get affected by some type of biotoxin?16:19 Metabolic phase18:18 Hippocampus20:38 How do you know if you have CIRS?24:40 Shoemaker's protocol32:00 What to do if you suspect you're suffering from CIRS?39:58 Case study: MARCoNS, high TGF-Beta 1, low MSH, and no haplotypes41:23 Imbalanced markers46:39 MARCoNS47:33 Exposed to a toxin again after getting better50:10 Normal immune response51:38 Recommended Tests53:11 Low Amylose Diet53:41 Resources_____RESOURCES- Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker's website: https://www.survivingmold.com/- Books: https://www.survivingmold.com/store1/books- NwJ CIRS Informational Testing PDF: https://nutritionwithjudy.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/NwJ-CIRS-Informational-Testing-Dec-2021.pdf____CHECK OUT MY BOOK, Carnivore CureSIGN UP FOR MY WEEKLY NEWSLETTER: _____ ADDITIONAL RESOURCESNutrition with Judy ArticlesNutrition with Judy ResourcesCutting Against the Grain Podcast_____ FIND ME

The WinAtLife Podcast
There's more to healing than a pro-metabolic diet with Kate Deering

The WinAtLife Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 68:50


In this podcast, Kate and I get deep and personal. We share aspects of our stories and how emotional stress and our thoughts have affected health. A lot of women think if they get their training and nutrition down pat, everything will be great.....and yes it's a great start and definitely foundational when it comes to healing but there is more to health than just the physical.So, if you're doing everything right but things aren't falling into place like you thought, give this episode a listen. You aren't alone. We all struggle, we experience shame, and beat ourselves up from time to time. The truth is there is ALWAYS going to be stress in your life, and finding ways to build our resilience and navigate through it is so important for obtaining health, happiness, and balance.

Mikkipedia
Phil Maffetone returns to talk about metabolic efficiency

Mikkipedia

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 77:05


 We talk about how he discovered the power of the low carbohydrate diet and aerobic training for health and performance, and his practical tips to help you adapt to a different approach. Even if you've heard Phil before (or are well versed in his MAF method), it is always good to have the opportunity to hear from the pioneers in a particular topic.Schooled in physiology, kinesiology and nutrition, Dr Phil Maffetone is one of the most sought after practitioners for health and performance, having worked with world class athletes and entrepreneurs, musicians and others, helping them achieve better health and world class performances. Including Mark Allen, six-time Hawaii Ironman Triathlon Champion. Dr. Maffetone has also worked with other endurance athletes of all types, professional baseball and football players, adventurers, NASCAR drivers, and Olympic medallists in a variety of sports. He is an internationally recognized researcher, educator, clinician and author in the field of nutrition, exercise and sports medicine, and biofeedback. Phil Maffetone created the MAF method, which stands for Maximum Aerobic Function and combines exercise, nutrition and stress to build your aerobic system, the fat-burning engine responsible for fuelling all of the body's needs.  Free resources related to MAF and the execution of it, among other blogs and research papers full of practical information can be found on his website. Phil Maffetone: http://Philmaffetone.comTwo week test: https://philmaffetone.com/2-week-test/ Contact Mikki:https://mikkiwilliden.com/https://www.facebook.com/mikkiwillidennutritionhttps://www.instagram.com/mikkiwilliden/https://linktr.ee/mikkiwilliden

Beauty and the Biohacker
Rachel's Biological Age REVEALED! A Full Look Inside Viome's Health Intelligence Test (With Dr. Grant Antoine and Hilary Keiser of Viome)

Beauty and the Biohacker

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 51:01


In this episode, we sit down with the team at Viome to discuss the future of personalized health and nutrition as we walk you through our own Health Intelligence Scores (including Rachel's shocking biological age!)WE DISCUSS:What the Viome at-home Test is likeHow does Viome categorize food groups?What is a Stress Response score?Practical ways to implement Viome's results into your routineHow often to retest?What your Protein Fermentation Score says about your digestive health and dietWhat we can expect to see from Viome in 2022!and more!LEARN MORE ABOUT VIOMEViome (use code B&B at checkout for special savings)ABOUT VIOMEWhen it comes to getting the right food and supplements, don't guess. Test! Viome analyzes your blood and stool to generate personalized food recommendations and over 30 health insights based on your unique biology and gut microbiome. Their Gut Intelligence Test analyzes your microbial gene expression and includes over 20 subscores related to inflammation, microbial activity, richness & diversity, gut lining health, and more. The nutrition recommendations included with this test target the underlying cause of inflammation in your gut microbiome and represent the first step in improving your gut health!The Health Intelligence Test is their most comprehensive test available, providing an in-depth analysis of your microbial, human, and mitochondrial gene expressions. This test reveals how your gut microbiome health is impacting other areas in your body and includes over 30 subscores related to gut microbiome health, biological aging (how you're aging internally) cellular function health, immune health, energy levels, and stress response.ABOUT GRANTDr. Grant Antoine is a naturopathic doctor who is passionate about patient empowerment and patient education. In clinical practice he utilizes the unique blend of applied science and medical art found only in modern naturopathic medicine. His areas of interest include preventive medicine, cardiovascular health, endocrine and metabolic disorders, environmental medicine, and neurocognitive health.Dr Antoine has brought this same passion to Viome where he is involved in clinical trial design and the development of nutritional and supplement interventions for Viome's user recommendations and efficacy studies.At Viome he feels the marriage of technology, systems biology, and the human microbiome provides individuals with an unprecedented resource of practical and actionable health insights. The accessibility of the Viome platform also provides the means to impact the health of many more individuals than could ever be possible through traditional, in-clinic services.Dr Antoine received his Bachelor of Science in Cellular and Molecular Biology from the University of Texas at Dallas and later attended Bastyr University of California where he earned his Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine degree. After medical school he attended residency in Integrative Primary Care at the Susan Samueli Integrative Health Institute at the University of California Irvine School of Medicine.Dr Antoine is near completion of the Institute of Functional Medicine's Practitioner Certification and is an active member of multiple medical associations including the American Association of Naturopathic Doctors, The Institute for Functional Medicine, and the Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine.---ABOUT HILARYHilary Keiser is a biochemist turned biohacker. Her passion for wellness extends beyond hacking her own health to using artificial intelligence to improve the health of thousands. As a Clinical Nutritionist at Viome, she has worked to train the AI platform to make precision nutrition recommendations. She believes that Viome's precision nutrition program can truly slow the progression of disease and may someday make illness obsolete. Hilary holds a Bachelor's in Chemistry and Biology from the University of Hartford and a Masters in Biochemistry from San Diego State University. She is an avid yoga practitioner, snowboarder, food lover, and at-home fermentation enthusiast.---Learn more about Viome:For specific food guidance for your body's needs, check out the Viome Health Intelligence Test Kit and use code B&B for special savings and order your kit here.If you want to learn more about some of our go-to products for recovery and performance, check out our B&B Favorites Page: https://beautyandthebiohacker.com/favouritesABOUT BEAUTY & THE BIOHACKER:Learn more: beautyandthebiohacker.comEmail us at info@beautyandthebiohacker.comABOUT RACHEL & KATIE:Learn more with Rachel Varga BScN, RN, CANS, Board Certified Aesthetic Nurse Specialist https://RachelVarga.caBOOK YOUR ONE ON ONE Virtual Skin and Aging Consultation with Rachel Varga here: https://RachelVarga.ca/get-startedLearn more with Katie Type A: https://katietypea.comCheck out Katie Type A's YouTube Channel: https://bit.ly/3le3MUJDISCLAIMER: Information in this podcast and interview is not to be taken as medical advice, and always consult with your Physician before making any lifestyle changes. The material shared by guests in this podcast is not the opinion of Rachel Varga or Katie Moore, and disclaims any responsibility of inaccurate credentials of guests or information used that may cause harm. Always consult with your licensed Physician before any lifestyle modifications.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

SBS Tamil - SBS தமிழ்
What are the symptoms of metabolic syndrome? - Metabolic Syndrome என்றால் என்ன? இது ஏற்படாமல் தடுப்பது எப்படி?

SBS Tamil - SBS தமிழ்

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 13:30


Metabolic syndrome is a cluster of risk factors that together increase a person's risk of stroke, heart disease and type 2 diabetes. Dr Naleemudeen explains more about it. - Metabolic Syndrome என்பது நம் அனைவரையும் தாக்குகின்ற ஒரு நோய் நிலைமை ஆகும். இது எப்படி ஏற்படுகிறது மற்றும் எப்படி தடுக்கலாம் என விளக்குகிறார் மெல்பனில் குடும்ப மருத்துவராகப் பணியாற்றும் Dr நளிமுடீன் அவர்கள். அவரோடு உரையாடுகிறார் றேனுகா துரைசிங்கம்.

Women Wired for Wellness hosted by Dr. Nisha Chellam
The Three hormones that impact your weight loss/gain

Women Wired for Wellness hosted by Dr. Nisha Chellam

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 26:50


3 Hormones That Prevent Weight Loss Thanks to the modern sedentary lifestyle, obesity is one of the most common public health issues these days. A common complaint from people these days is unstoppable weight gain. Almost 42.4 percent of adults in America are overweight.  From the obese population of the U.S., half of them are at a high risk of developing chronic conditions such as metabolic syndrome, diabetes, and cardiovascular diseases. Along with this, the modern lifestyle has also normalized stress, increased fatigue, and brain fog—conditions people try to live with; till they can't take it anymore.  If you are someone with weight loss issues, facing fatigue and memory loss, wondering why you aren't losing weight, this blog is for you. You will learn about specific hormones that you should get checked first thing while facing weight loss issues, understand their function and dysfunction, and how to resolve it.  In this blog, we'll be delving into three hormones that might be contributing to your weight gain: Leptin  Adiponectin  Cortisol Grab a pen and notebook, and let's get started! Please note that the following hormonal imbalances are not limited to morbidly obese individuals—they can be observed in skinny-fat individuals with a normal BMI too.    Hormone #1: Leptin The first hormone is produced by the fat cells called leptin. The function of this hormone is to signal the brain to regulate appetite. Back-story: The food you eat provides glucose to the cells of your body to produce energy. This glucose in your blood is transported to the cells via a mediator called insulin.  Now, in the modern life of abundance, people tend to eat more than what their cells need, so there's always some extra glucose left in the blood. Insulin stores this extra glucose in the liver and muscles. Even after that, if there's still some excess glucose, new storage called adipocytes (fat cells) is created. These adipocytes also have endocrine functions: the production of the leptin hormone.     What is the function of the leptin hormone? The leptin hormone signal the brain to stop sending the hunger signal to the body when there is excess energy in the cells. Nevertheless, having a lot of leptin is not actually a good thing. Your levels of leptin go up indicating that your fat cells are increasing. When your fat cells increase, they take up most of the glucose from the blood; glucose that the body cells need to produce energy. As the body cells are deprived of glucose, the brain gets the signal to increase the hunger cue; resulting in incessant hunger and overeating.  This turns into a condition called leptin resistance. The most common abnormality with people who gain weight but have normal blood glucose is leptin resistance.  The high levels of leptin not only affect the brain but also the beta cells in the pancreas—increasing fat storage, insulin levels, and insulin resistance.  All of this drives up inflammation.    How do you know if you have leptin resistance? You probably have leptin resistance if you: Wake up with no hunger and go hours without the first pang of hunger hitting you in the middle of the day You feel hungry till bedtime, even after eating. You face a lot of difficulties losing weight.    Ways to resolve Leptin Resistance: Intentional Fasting: This fasting cycle intends to shift your metabolism—shifting the use of energy from glucose or carbohydrates to the utilization of fat through a process called ketosis. As this shift happens, your leptin resistance starts to go down. Leptin resistance can be handled by postponing your first meal and preponing your last meal. To practice Intentional Fasting: Stop eating after dinner.  Avoid bedtime snacks.  Have dinner three hours before bedtime.  If you feel the hunger before bed for the first few weeks, drink a little water.  After waking up, break the fast around midday, but check the ketose level before doing that. Caloric Deficit: Leptin resistance happens when you eat more than your body needs, turn it around by a slight caloric deficit. Track your calories, reduce your caloric intake. Do HIIT workouts: Start small and slowly build up the speed and number of reps. Start with ten squats or wall push-ups. Anything that gets your muscles moving and induces sweating. Consistency is the key.  The next hormone is completely in contrast with leptin as it has all the opposite functions.   Hormone #2: Adiponectin  Adiponectin is a protein hormone secreted by the adipose tissue that regulates glucose levels and aids fatty acid breakdown. As the adiponectin levels go up, fat cells go down, as adiponectin stimulates glucose utilization from fat cells for energy expenditure.  One of the early signs of metabolic syndrome is low levels of adiponectin. Metabolic syndrome is a cluster of conditions that involve: Increased Triglycerides Low HDL cholesterol Increased fibroids High abdominal fat (Men: 40-inch in; Women: 35-inch) High fasting blood glucose   What does adiponectin do? Adiponectin helps in: Reducing inflammation Improving insulin sensitivity Increasing the anti-orthogenic, anti-diabetic, and anti-inflammatory properties of the body Reducing the risk of cardiovascular diseases Improving glucose metabolism  Getting the adiponectin high (in double digits) is what doctors look for when resolving metabolic syndrome.    Ways to increase Adiponectin Levels: Adiponectin cannot be injected to increase its levels in the body. However, some simple lifestyle measures can increase the levels of adiponectin in the body. Follow all the afore-mentioned measures for resolving leptin resistance, and long with these: Add aged garlic to your diet: Increases your adiponectin. Eat monounsaturated fats like avocados, nuts, olives, and olive oil. Consume fiber-rich foods daily.    Hormone #3: Cortisol In the modern lifestyle, with the abundance of stress, people experience a chronic alleviation of stress. Cortisol is a hormone produced by the adrenal gland in this chronic state of stress. The hormonal imbalance is the impairment of the hormonal rhythm of cortisol in the body. When we look at the normal rhythm of cortisol—every hormone in our body has a rhythm—it gets high in the morning and goes down as the day goes by and becomes a little lower at night so you get to sleep. This normal rhythm gets disrupted when a person is stressed at all times, and chronic stress is not sustainable.   (insert a graph showing the hormonal rhythm) Study on Cortisol Rhythm A study was conducted among a group of people about psychosocial stressors. These people were divided into two groups: People with a normal Body Mass Index (BMI) People with a high Body Mass Index (BMI) While performing the interventions, the researchers took 4-point measurements of the levels of cortisol: Morning Midday Late afternoon Night The two specific interventions they did to observe the rhythm of the cortisol were: Measuring the participants' cortisol after eating lunch Measuring the participants' cortisol after giving them dexamethasone (external steroids) The reason behind these interventions was to check the response of cortisol levels to stressors like food or external source of cortisol which should suppress your internal production of cortisol so your body doesn't get an excess of cortisol.    Results:  Group A: The rhythm of cortisol in the people from group A was normal—high in the morning, gradually lowering by the day, low at night. After eating lunch, their cortisol levels would peak. Ingesting dexamethasone would suppress the internal production of cortisol in their body.  Group B:  The cortisol rhythm of people in group B was rigid. It did not have the specific ‘S-shaped curve in the cortisol rhythm. Their brain-adrenal connection had become rigid to all the stressors, stimuli, and suppression. When they had lunch, there was barely a peak in the cortisol levels.  There was no response after the ingestion of dexamethasone. Conclusion: The brain-adrenal connection is an indicator of excellent health. The absence of this connection and the rigidity of hormonal rhythm puts you at a high risk of chronic diseases like metabolic syndrome and cardiovascular disease.    What does cortisol do to the body? Cortisol impacts our health by affecting glucose metabolism. Chronic stress, resulting in high, non-responsive, and rigid cortisol has metabolic implications that promote inflammation and disease. High levels of internal cortisol production result in: Increased blood glucose Increased visceral fat accumulation Increased leptin and insulin resistance Decrease in the sex and growth hormones Increased risk of atherosclerosis (hardening of blood vessels) High blood pressure High risk of cardiovascular diseases   Effect of Cortisol on the Memory When your cortisol levels are persistently high and rigid, it damages the hippocampus—the area responsible for information retention and learning. So, what can be done about this rhythmic impairment?  The rise in cortisol levels and the rhythmic impairment of cortisol are due to chronic stress. People feel stressed when they feel helpless about problems that are not under their control—work problems, issues in relationships, financial stressors, etc. Over time, these stressors build our cortisol because we think the same way every day resulting in chronic stress. Cortisol rhythmic impairments should be addressed by managing stress and clearing the mind:  Right after waking up, shut off all external stimuli by closing your eyes. Spend five minutes listening to calming music or sounds around you, and breathe. Focus on your breath. By doing so, you are changing your physiology and bringing your cortisol levels down. Then, no matter how busy your day gets, you will know how to ground yourself. Hopefully, this information has opened your mind to a different way of thinking and different ways of living. Health is intuitive and it's your business.   Look at your habits and shift them little by little. Our goal is to help people understand that disease is not inevitable by giving you knowledge in bite-size portions about the changes you can potentially make, getting to know your body, and reversing disease with everything that's within your power to change. This blog covers the highlights from the latest episode of Chillin with Dr. Chellam on The Three Hormones That Jeopardize Weight Loss by Dr. Nisha Chellam, Board Certified Internist, and Founder of Holistic ICON. You can check out the full video on our YouTube channel by clicking this link: Hoping this blog was helpful. If you have any other questions related to weight loss and hormonal imbalances, please drop us an email with your question and a brief about yourself at drchellam@holisticicon.com or marinas17@holisticicon.com, and we will get back to you shortly   To learn more about adiponectin and other hormones pertinent to your weight loss journey, listen to this  Chillin with Dr. Chellam and check us out on Youtube.  

Maudsley Learning Podcast
Interview #28: Obesity, Weight Loss and Why We Eat Too Much (With Andrew Jenkinson)

Maudsley Learning Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 51:50


Today on the podcast Alex chats with Andrew Jenkinson, author of the book: Why We Eat (Too Much):  The New Science of Appetite.Andrew is a consultant bariatric and general surgeon at University College London. He is a member of the British Obesity and Metabolic Surgery Society, the International Federation of Surgery for Obesity, the Association of Upper GI Surgeons and the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery.In the podcast they discuss: - The problems with the mainstream views on the obesity crisis- How modern diets lead to obesity, including the "body set-point" hypothesis - Principles of improving one's diet and lifestyle in order to lose weight and improve health- Psychological issues with weight loss- How government policy could be used to improve public healthYou can find Andrew's book here:https://www.audible.co.uk/pd/Why-We-Eat-Too-Much-Audiobook/0241450284?ref=a_author_An_c9_lProduct_1_1&pf_rd_p=af5062e9-57de-425c-9e02-6d8ad006b9aa&pf_rd_r=3F4R8TY0SKVFRHZE7QY8 Interviewed by  Dr. Alex Curmi - Give feedback here - podcast@maudsleylearning.com -  Follow us here: Twitter @maudsleypodcast Instagram @maudsleylearningpodcast

The Keto Kamp Podcast With Ben Azadi
Dr Nasha Winters |The Metabolic Approach to Cancer: Integrating Deep Nutrition, the Ketogenic Diet, and Nontoxic Bio-Individualized Therapies KKP: 346

The Keto Kamp Podcast With Ben Azadi

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 78:36


One out of every three Americans is diagnosed with cancer. So, it is very important to learn how to cope and deal with it. If you or any of your loved have ever been affected by cancer, this is going to be the episode you're gonna want to listen. In this episode, I am joined by a world leader in cancer research and the author of The Metabolic Approach to Cancer, Dr. Nasha Winters. I'm thrilled to have Dr. Nasha on to bring us wisdom and tips in navigating the cancer terrain. Register for my FREE intermittent fasting masterclass: http://www.intermittentfastingmasterclass.com Dr. Nasha Winters speaks from experience when she talks about Cancer and how to be proactive in preventing and/or combating it. Her first experience with cancer was at the age of 19. She was diagnosed with stage IV ovarian cancer and given only a few months to live. Determine to get well, she discovered the life changes that would turn it around. She immersed herself in chemistry and biology and became her own savior. Her book, The Metabolic Approach to Cancer, stems from her nearly three decades of personal and professional experience in the field of integrative oncology. Dr. Nasha is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor (ND) and a Fellow of the American Board of Naturopathic Oncology (FABNO). She is a global healthcare authority in integrative cancer research. Dr. Nasha is a sought-after speaker and consults with physicians worldwide. This episode is all about cancer and we dig deep as to why this disease is happening. Listen and learn from the stories that Dr. Nasha shares that will truly affect your heart. We also talked about skin cancer, BRCA gene, vitamin D and more. There's so much information in this episode making it truly one for the books! Order Keto Flex: http://www.ketoflexbook.com -------------------------------------------------------- / / E P I S O D E   S P ON S O R S  PureForm Omega Plant Based Oils (Best Alternative to Fish Oil): http://www.purelifescience.com Use ben4 for $4.00 off. Upgraded Formulas Hair Mineral Deficiency Analysis & Supplements: http://www.upgradedformulas.com Use BEN10 at checkout for 10% off your order.  Paleo Valley beef sticks, apple cider vinegar complex, organ meat complex & more. Use the coupon code KETOKAMP15 over at https://paleovalley.com/ to receive 15% off your entire order. Text me the words "Podcast" +1 (786) 364-5002 to be added to my contacts list.  In this episode, you'll discover: [4:24] Dr. Nasha's first experience with cancer At the age of 19, Dr. Nasha was diagnosed with stage IV ovarian cancer. She was given 3 to 6 months to live, even with treatment. She was filled with ascites, metastatic lesions, crippled in extreme pain and nausea, had infections simmering, severe malnourishment, and muscle wasting. Her doctors told her that chemo and surgery wouldn't help her advanced cancer. The diagnosis of terminal cancer suddenly shook her awake and asked her point-blank if she wanted to live or die. It had taken countless doctors over six months to stop making assumptions and defaulting to writing scripts from A (anxiolytics) to Z (Zithromax).  Dr. Nasha was forced to explore alternative methods. Luckily, she was blessed with an ER doctor who allowed her the time to share the chronology of her symptoms and truly listen. In the last 6 months, Dr. Nasha have seen 5 girls under the age of 10 with Stage IV Ovarian cancer.  Dr. Nasha acknowledges that her past experiences of significant trauma and abuse contributed to her illness.   [17:42] What is The Gerson Therapy? The Gerson Therapy was popularized in the 1940s by Dr. Charlotte Gerson. Dr. Gerson had amazing experience of solving all kinds of oncology situations by putting people on a very vegetable-densed high potassium, low sodium chloride diet.  The key parts of the Gerson therapy are a strict diet, dietary supplements, and enemas.   [24:12] Sharing authentically is very powerful for healing the body.  The theory that changing mental state can affect the course of cancer has been popularized by authors such as Bernie Siegel and Deepak Chopra.  A support group program called Exceptional Cancer Patients (ECap) developed by Dr. Siegel found that women with breast cancer has a higher chance of survival rate when they are part of a support group. Take The ACE Quiz - According to the Adverse Childhood Experiences study, the rougher your childhood, the higher your score is likely to be and the higher your risk for later health problems.   [27:45] The Cancer Experience Having been diagnosed with cancer felt a very dirty secret for Dr. Nasha. The first person that she has told about her diagnosis then is now her husband.  The hardest thing when you are dealing with a cancer diagnosis is the well-meaning advice and wishes of the people in your circle.  You could take every perfect supplement. You could be in perfect metabolic flexibility. You can have an incredibly immaculate clean environment. But, if you are not dealing with the emotional healing within yourselves, you are not gonna get very far. You are not gonna get the outcomes you are hoping to achieve. People have to come to it when they are ready. Check out this resource from Dr. Nasha: 5 Steps to Take After a Cancer Diagnosis   [34:38] Top tools to heal your body At 16, Dr. Nasha decided to become a ‘vegetarian'.  A Chinese medical practitioner looked at her tongue and told her, “You have to eat some animal food.” TEST. ASSESS. ADDRESS. Adjust accordingly. Consistently do your labs. Do not guess. Do not compare.  Dr. Nasha advices people diagnosed with cancer to not tell everybody in the beginning. When you tell your loved ones, you deal with their reactions and you don't get the opportunity to work on your own. [41:28] Issue with eating every two to three hours When we eat that often, we don't give ourselves the bowel rest we need so that everything can clear up and evacuate. You have to give that window of autophagy to take out the garbage. Somewhere between 12 to 72 hours (depending on the person and situation), that's what it'll take to get some autophagy.  If you fast 13 hours a day and you are eating clean and relatively low carb, you will shift into some moderate autophagy.  When you are dealing with cancer, you'd want to moderate or lower your protein to avoid clicking on the mTOR pathways.  Kick-up your fats and restrict your carbohydrates to stay off the insulin growth factor aspect.  Bring in some intermittent fasting.  13 hours everyday, 16 to 18 hours twice a week, 3 days a month of fasting.  Walk towards to water fasting.  If you feel hungry, drink water. If after 15 minutes, you are still hungry, have a teaspon of coconut oil. After 15 minutes again, have a little bit of protein. If you are still hungry after that, eat a piece of fruit.  Hunger is more psychological than physical.    [47:30] Tips for people who are recovering from surgery  Understand why did we get here. We can't completely heal and stay healed in the soil in which we got sick. Learn about The Terrain Ten, Dr. Winters's cancer program for achieving optimal health See a prostate specialist to have a look for infectious agents.  Do some basic good laboratory assessment. Rule of thumb specific for prostate cancer only:  Avoid poultry skin and dairy. If you want dairy, take occasional heavy sour cream.  Quality is key. We don't want extras because extras are all cancer drivers. Avoid red meat especially if you have the ACSL1.  Monitor both free and total PSA and PAP. Get a BIOCEPT prostate profile and circulating tumor cell count enumeration.   [52:36] Fasting, Keto and Skin Cancer: Myths and Facts All of us could benefit from a lower carbohydrate diet and higher plant intake diet.  Sugar drives the viral process. Melanoma is not a skin cancer. It is a systemic cancer. It is one of the cancers that the Gerson Diet does a pretty good job with.  Low carb diet to vegetarian diet Apply soap to pits and parts. Do not damage the absorption process of your skin.  Get a good bath every two weeks.  Skin tags are blood sugars. If you see skin tags, you are looking at diabetes.  [60:00] Test. Assess. Address. Dr. Nasha encourages everyone to run at least annually a complete metabolic panel (CMP),  complete blood count (CBC), neutrophil-lymphocyte ratio (NLR), and Lactic Acid Dehydrogenase (LDH) Test. Awareness is the first step. Make sure you vitamin D levels are above 50, if you are not dealing with a chronic illness. Even though an LDH test is useful in diagnosing tissue damage, other tests are usually necessary to pinpoint the location of the damage. One such test is called the LDH isoenzymes test. LDH isoenzymes are five kinds of the LDH enzyme that are found in specific concentrations in different organs and tissues.    [68:00]  What is The BRCA gene? The name “BRCA” is an abbreviation for “BReast CAncer gene.” BRCA1 and BRCA2 are two different genes that have been found to impact a person's chances of developing breast cancer. When a BRCA gene is mutated, it may no longer be effective at repairing broken DNA and helping to prevent breast cancer. Because of this, people with a BRCA gene mutation are more likely to develop breast cancer, and more likely to develop cancer at a younger age. The carrier of the mutated gene can also pass a gene mutation down to his or her offspring.   AND MUCH MORE!   Resources from this episode:  Email me at support@ketokamp.com Claim my FREE Keto Kickstart Guide: www.ketokickstartguide.com Subscribe to the Keto Kamp YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/ketokamp  Register for my FREE intermittent fasting masterclass: http://www.intermittentfastingmasterclass.com To know more about Dr. Nasha Winters, visit her website here. The Metabolic Approach to Cancer by Dr. Nasha Winters Quantum Healing by Deepak Chopra Childhood Disrupted by Donna Jackson Nakazawa Take The ACE Quiz BIOCEPT Some relevant resources/articles: 5 Steps to Take After a Cancer Diagnosis The Terrain Ten, Dr. Winters's cancer program for achieving optimal health Summer Solstice and Sun Exposure Keto vs. Chemo: Bridging the Divide   Register for my FREE intermittent fasting masterclass: http://www.intermittentfastingmasterclass.com *Some Links Are Affiliates* // F O L L O W ▸ instagram | @thebenazadi | http://bit.ly/2B1NXKW ▸ facebook | /thebenazadi | http://bit.ly/2BVvvW6 ▸ twitter | @thebenazadi http://bit.ly/2USE0so ▸clubhouse | @thebenazadi Disclaimer: This podcast is for information purposes only. Statements and views expressed on this podcast are not medical advice. This podcast including Ben Azadi disclaim responsibility from any possible adverse effects from the use of information contained herein. Opinions of guests are their own, and this podcast does not accept responsibility of statements made by guests. This podcast does not make any representations or warranties about guests qualifications or credibility. Individuals on this podcast may have a direct or non-direct interest in products or services referred to herein. If you think you have a medical problem, consult a licensed physician.    

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast
Managing Metabolic Side Effects in Schizophrenia

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 16:42


Individuals with schizophrenia are at high risk of obesity, elevated lipids, increased insulin resistance, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. On average, people with schizophrenia die 20–25 years sooner than those without schizophrenia. How can we spot metabolic side effects early in our patients, and what should we be looking for exactly? CME: Take the Post-Test HerePublished On: 12/8/2021Duration: 16 minutes, 42 secondsReferenced Article: “Weight Gain and Metabolic Side Effects,” The Carlat Hospital Psychiatry Report, July/August/September 2021Victoria Hendrick, MD, and Stephen Marder, MD, have disclosed no relevant financial or other interests in any commercial companies pertaining to this educational activity.Got feedback? Take the podcast survey.

Varied Not Random
VNR #35 - The "Metabolic Pathways" model, explained

Varied Not Random

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 33:22


- Adrian & Pat continue their discussion & exploration of the various models of fitness from the “What is Fitness?” article which was published in 2002.- The first model, The 10 General Physical Skills was covered in VNR episode 32.- The second model, “The Hopper” was covered in VNR episode 34. In today's show they discuss “The Metabolic Pathways”, which is the third model.- What are the metabolic pathways? How do they relate to fitness? What do they tell us? Should they guide our training? These questions & much more are answered.

Fitter Radio
Fitter Radio Episode 397 - Nic Gill

Fitter Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 111:54


FITTER RADIO COFFEE CLUB COMPETITION: (00:14:27) This week a competition to win the ULTIMATE Jet Black Training Suite! Valued at over $2,400 NZD all members of our coffee club will have an opportunity to win a VOLT Trainer, Riser Block, Trainer Table, Rocker Plate, TV Stand and Trainer Mat. Go to our website at https://www.fitter.co.nz/join-us to find out how to join and visit Jet Black at https://www.jetblackcycling.com/ to find out more about the Ultimate Trainer Suite. FITTER RADIO COFFEE CLUB COMPETITION: (00:15:49) We're also offering all our members the opportunity to win a free race entry to the awesome Challenge Wanaka half! FITTER RADIO COFFEE CLUB COMPETITION: (00:15:58) We chat to Joel Smith from Ultro, plus we're giving away a pair of ULTRO earbuds! Doctoral Research Study: (00:29:53) Metabolic considerations across menstrual cycle phases of healthy female ultra-endurance athletes. A pilot study to understand how wearable glucose monitoring sensors can be used to enhance female ultra-endurance athlete performance. Assess the effect of menstrual phase on blood glucose management in ultra running Observe fat metabolism in female ultra athletes during prolonged runs Identify relationships between blood glucose and performance metrics HOT PROPERTY INTERVIEW: NIC GILL (00:36:02) Nic Gill, the All Blacks High Performance Strength and Conditioning Coach, smashed the world record for riding a Wattbike for 24 hours while raising money for Bowel Cancer prevention.  The record was 755 kms and Gilly rode 781 kms. We hear all about it. COACHES CATCH-UP: (01:13:53) Bevan and Tim review the racing from the weekend. LINKS: More about MitoQ at https://www.mitoq.com/ Training Peaks discount at https://www.fitter.co.nz/about-radio 10% off INFINIT Nutrition at https://www.fitter.co.nz/about-radio More about Infinit Nutrition Australia at https://www.infinitnutrition.com.au/ More about Jet Black at https://www.jetblackcycling.com/ More about Challenge Wanaka at https://www.challenge-wanaka.com/ More about Ultro Earbuds at https://www.ultroaudio.com/ More about the Chalky Carr Trust at https://www.chalkycarrtrust.com/ More about Nic Gill at https://www.nicgill.com/ Chalky Carr Give a Little Campaign at https://givealittle.co.nz/cause/24hr-watty-challenge-for-chalky CONTACT US: Learn more about us at http://www.fitter.co.nz        Mikki Williden can be found at https://mikkiwilliden.com/

Super Human Radio
Time-restricted Eating for the Prevention of Metabolic Diseases

Super Human Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 73:43


SHR # 2797:: Time-restricted Eating for the Prevention of Metabolic Diseases - Dr. Satchidananda Panda Ph.D. - Eating your daily calories within a consistent window of 8-10 hours is a powerful strategy to prevent and manage chronic diseases such as diabetes and heart disease, according to a new manuscript published in the Endocrine Society's journal, Endocrine Reviews. Time-restricted eating is a type of intermittent fasting that limits your food intake to a certain number of hours each day. Intermittent fasting is one of the most popular diet trends, and people are using it to lose weight, improve their health and simplify their lifestyles. "People who are trying to lose weight and live a healthier lifestyle should pay more attention to when they eat as well as what they eat. Time-restricted eating is an easy-to-follow and effective dietary strategy that requires less mental math than counting calories," said Satchidananda Panda, Ph.D., of the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in La Jolla, Calif. "Intermittent fasting can improve sleep and a person's quality of life as well as reduce the risk of obesity, diabetes and heart disease.

BiOptimizers - Awesome Health Podcast
#171 - Metabolic Secrets of the Slim and Healthy - with Dr. Philip Ovadia

BiOptimizers - Awesome Health Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 51:45


We uncover the untold “secrets” to metabolic health in this episode - straight from a heart surgeon.  However, Dr. Philip Ovadia is not your typical allopathic cardiologist dishing out drugs and selling surgery as the only solution to heart issues.  Dr. Philip is on a mission to keep people OFF his operating table.  In this episode, Wade and Dr. Philip zero in on something called metabolic health - an approach to wellness that focuses on five simple health factors that you are probably already familiar with (blood pressure and blood sugar being two factors.) Dr. Philip explains how these five health indicators provide a gauge that directly relates to a person's risk for heart disease, diabetes, and stroke.  Considering only twelve percent of Americans are metabolically healthy, you will probably benefit by tuning in. Dr. Philip knows what it is like to be morbidly obese, staring at a future filled with many negative health issues.  You will learn how our guest took ownership of his health and is now in that metabolically healthy twelve percent.  Dr. Philip Ovadia is a board-certified Cardiac Surgeon and Founder of the Ovadia Heart Health clinic. He is also the author of the book Stay Off My Operating Table: A Heart Surgeon's Metabolic Health Guide to Lose Weight, Prevent Disease, and Feel Your Best Every Day. When you hit “Play,” here's the juicy nuggets of knowledge you receive:  The five factors that reveal your metabolic health Why did Dr. Philip become morbidly obese? How Dr. Philip lost over 100 pounds How the typical American diet is crippling people's metabolic system How a journalist - not a doctor - changed Dr. Philip's life How Dr. Philip's colleagues responded to his unconventional approach to heart health What happens when we become metabolically unhealthy Which diet does Dr. Philip consider the best for health? The number of times you should eat each day Dr. Philip's surprising views on exercise How heart patients can make lifestyle changes and transition off medications while seeing their current doctor Dr. Philip is a breath of fresh air in a time of eroding customer service happening in healthcare these days. He is motivated to keep people healthy - not manage symptoms of the disease. Following Dr. Philip's five-point guide to metabolic health is a great place to begin your health transformation. This episode is straightforward and easy to follow - but you must tune in to reap the rewards. 

The WinAtLife Podcast
Constipation is a metabolic issue with Emma Sgourakis

The WinAtLife Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 42:28


It's probably best if you aren't eating for this one. So, put your fork down and get ready to find out how you can improve the all-too-common problem of constipation and start pooing regularly.Prior to meeting Emma, I actually wouldn't go to the bathroom for 2-3 days at a time. I just thought this was normal (it's not), and I see so many women having the same issue. But really, there's nothing more satisfying than a good poo! You just feel lighter and less weighed down. There are also a heap of reasons why it's important to go regularly.In this episode, we talk about:➡️ How constipation is linked to low metabolic function ➡️Why it's important to have one or more bowel movements per day➡️What happens when you don't go➡️Why common recommendations to improve constipation don't actually fix the root cause ➡️Tips for improving digestion and eliminating constipation➡️What foods you should reduce➡️The importance of movement and sun for regular bowel movements➡️The special foods that can remove excess estrogen and endotoxins from the intestines and act like a scrubbing brush➡️Stress and how it affects your bowel movements and digestion➡️Using magnesium and cascara for constipationLINKSPurchase Cascara: https://www.saturee.com.au/collections/supplements/products/well-aged-cascaraFollow Kitty on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kittyblomfield/Follow Emma on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thenutritioncoach/

Fasting For Life
Ep. 101 - How quickly should I lose weight? Won't I burn muscle if I try to lose weight quickly with fasting? | Metabolic risk factors for slow vs. fast weight loss | Why many diets are low calorie, but HIGH INSULIN | Free OMAD intermittent fasting plan

Fasting For Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 26:42


In this episode, Dr. Scott and Tommy discuss the age old debate about how fast you should lose weight. The data on this topic point in a few different directions, so they break down the study designs and lend insight into how to interpret the results to maximize real world results.  How to Prevent Muscle Loss While Fasting (Muscle Loss and Intermittent Fasting) Rapid Weight Loss vs. Slow Weight Loss: Which is More Effective on Body Composition and Metabolic Risk Factors?   Looking for some encouragement? Check out the Fasting Wall of Fame!   Have a question you'd like us to answer? Click here to send it to us or leave us a voicemail we can play on the show! Show Transcript: www.thefastingforlife.com/blog If you enjoy the podcast, would you please tap on the stars below and consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it helps bring you the best original content each week. We also enjoy reading them! Sign up for the Fasting For Life newsletter at www.thefastingforlife.com   Join the Community on Facebook!   Follow Fasting For Life: www.facebook.com/thefastingforlife www.instagram.com/thefastingforlife

The Curbsiders Internal Medicine Podcast
#308 Metabolic Alkalosis and Hypokalemia: Kidney Boy Returns!

The Curbsiders Internal Medicine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 69:09


@Kidney_Boy returns to school us on metabolic alkalosis and hypokalemia! What do diuretics, hyperaldosteronism, black licorice, and milk-alkali have in common? Our Chief of Nephrology, Dr. Joel Topf, talks through the pathophysiology of metabolic alkalosis, the utility of urine chloride and pH measurements, why normal saline is sometimes better than balanced solutions, when to reach for acetazolamide, and more! Urine for a good time ; ) Claim free CME for this episode at curbsiders.vcuhealth.org! Episodes | Subscribe | Spotify | Swag! | Top Picks | Mailing List | thecurbsiders@gmail.com | Free CME! Credits Written and Produced by: Matthew Watto MD, FACP Show Notes, CME, Infographic and Cover Art by: Matthew Watto MD, FACP Hosts: Matthew Watto MD, FACP; Paul Williams MD, FACP, Beth Garbitelli   Reviewer: Emi Okamoto MD Executive Producer: Beth Garbitelli Showrunner: Matthew Watto MD, FACP Editor: Clair Morgan of nodderly.com Guest: Joel Topf MD Sponsor: ACP Join the American College of Physicians today! U.S. based post-training physicians can take advantage of a limited-time 20% membership discount. Visit acponline.org/ACPdiscount and use the code ACP20. Membership discount is available only through December 31, 2021.   Sponsor: Grammarly Take the stress out of getting the words right with Grammarly. Our listeners get 20% off Grammarly Premium at grammarly.com/CURB CME Partner: VCU Health CE The Curbsiders are partnering with VCU Health Continuing Education to offer FREE continuing education credits for physicians and other healthcare professionals. Visit curbsiders.vcuhealth.org and search for this episode to claim credit.  Show Segments Intro, disclaimer, guest bio Guest one-liner, Picks of the Week* Case from Kashlak; Definitions Case of Al Kaline - metabolic alkalosis from vomiting Pathophysiology of metabolic alkalosis Case of Mike Arbonate - hypokalemic, metabolic alkalosis from aggressive IV diuresis and therapies to mitigate Case of Fracture Franny - milk-alkali syndrome Case of Hyper Al - metabolic alkalosis from excess mineralocorticoid receptor activation Outro

High Intensity Health Radio with Mike Mutzel, MS
Fasting for 16 vs. 12 Hours Daily: Similar Muscle and Strength Gains but Better Metabolic Profiles

High Intensity Health Radio with Mike Mutzel, MS

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 18:03


A new study finds longer daily fasts were demonstrated to produce more favorable improvements in biomarkers that are associated with metabolic and cardiovascular health as well as inflammation. Let's break it down... Support your fasting lifestyle with Berberine HCl & Alpha Lipoic Acid by by MYOXCIENCE Nutrition: https://bit.ly/berberine-biotin-ala-stack Use code Podcast to save Save 40% off this at-home A1C test by Biocoach: http://bit.ly/BOGO-A1C-test Use code HIH10 Links to notes: https://bit.ly/30WjpeE REF: Moro, T., Tinsley, G., Pacelli, et al. (2021). Twelve Months of Time-restricted Eating and Resistance Training Improves Inflammatory Markers and Cardiometabolic Risk Factors. Medicine and science in sports and exercise, 53(12), 2577–2585. Time Stamps 0:00 Intro 0:18 New Study 0:08 Testing 16 Hour VS 12 Hour Feeding Windows 0:27 Markers of Inflammation decreased 1:17 Only four hour difference in feeding window 2:22 Study Title: 3:43 Testing your metabolic health 4:42 Berberine & metabolic health 5:50 Feeding Window comparisons 6:43 How Calories were distributed 7:36 Whey protein post workout 7:50 TRF group ate less calories by accident 8:33 Strength and muscle loss between two groups 11:08 Testosterone did decrease 11:53 Insulin, Leptin and Adiponectin 12:44 HDL, Triglycerides and glucose 13:52 Chronic Inflammation 15:11 Trade offs to consider

Here’s The Deal with Kylie
The Metabolic Fix with Ashley Fillmore

Here’s The Deal with Kylie

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 44:31


Today I'm talking with Ashley Fillmore, who is a Certified Personal Trainer and Nutrition Coach and has her own business called Metabolic Fix. Ashley started her business after her own journey, when she noticed that her happiness was attached to how she looked on the outside. She would punish herself for eating a bowl of oatmeal. She knew what she had to do and still managed to get trapped in this cycle. She had to start with healing her metabolism, it had gotten so out of whack with all the diets and not eating. This is ultimately what lead her to start Metabolic Fix, healing your metabolism. We talk diet breaks, reverse dieting and how you can't live in a fat loss, I don't want to give it all away, so you're going to have to listen for the details. You can find Ashley on Instagram @ashley_fillmore1 , she offers one on once coaching, group coaching and a workout program. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/heresthedealwithkylie/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/heresthedealwithkylie/support

Mastering Blood Sugar
Continuous glucose monitoring for blood sugar control with Casey Means, MD

Mastering Blood Sugar

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 49:41


Casey Means, MD is a Stanford-trained physician, Chief Medical Officer and Co-founder of metabolic health company Levels, and Associate Editor of the International Journal of Disease Reversal and Prevention. Her mission is to maximize human potential and reverse the epidemic of preventable chronic disease by empowering individuals with tech-enabled tools that can inform smart, personalized, and sustainable dietary and lifestyle choices. Dr. Means's perspective has been recently featured in the New York Times, Men's Health, Forbes, Business Insider, Techcrunch, Entrepreneur Magazine, The Hill, Metabolism, Endocrine Today, and more. She has held research positions at the NIH, Stanford School of Medicine, and NYU. In this episode, Dr. Casey Means talks about the importance of understanding your glucose levels with the help of the continuous glucose monitor device (CGM), and how the change of the glucose levels throughout the day affects different areas of everyone's life. She talks all about the metabolic disfunction that most American adults deal with, and how those conditions are actually preventable with the right diet and lifestyle choices.  Dr. Casey explains why this knowledge is important to people who don't have any metabolic conditions, and how it can help people prevent developing them in the future. She goes over different areas of life, including diet, sleep, exercise, and activity levels, and how they can affect the overall health and specifically the glucose levels.    Dr. Casey Means mentions metabolic flexibility and goes over what it actually is, and how it works. She explains how our bodies switch between using glucose for energy to using fat based on different availability. Then she covers why the personalization of a diet can be very effective, and how everyone's body responds differently to the same foods. With the use of the CGM you can actually optimize your own dietary preferences to make it most healthy for you. And lastly, Dr. Casey means explains how the Levels app works and how to use the data collected by the continuous glucose monitor. Key Takeaways: [ 2:08 ]  Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM) for personalized dietary lifestyle. [ 4:06 ]  Why it is important to understand glucose levels even if you don't have diabetes.  [ 8:42 ]  One to one relationship between what you are eating and what happens to your body. [ 14:40 ]  Sleep deprivation and stress. [ 23:10 ]  HIIT has a paradoxical effect on glucose. [ 24:53 ]  Metabolic flexibility. [ 29:40 ]  Diet personalization. [ 36:48 ]  If I have a CGM on and I am not a diabetic, what should my glucose levels look like over 24 hour period? [ 39:30] The dawn phenomenon in people who are non-diabetic. Mentioned in this Episode: Dr. Casey Means' Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drcaseyskitchen/ Dr. Casey Means' Twitter: https://twitter.com/drcaseyskitchen/ Levels Health Website: https://www.levelshealth.com/ Levels Health Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/levels/ Levels Health Twitter: https://twitter.com/levels/ Enjoyed the Podcast? Subscribe on iTunes and leave a review! For more Dr. Mowll, check out his  website drmowll.com For Dr. Mowll's high quality nutritional supplements visit https://sweetlifenutritionals.com/ For more information on this week's episode, visit: Mastering Blood Sugar Podcast   

Call in with Colin
How to Build A Great Team Around You | Jay Cohen CEO - Metabolic Nutrition

Call in with Colin

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 6:05


“Never ABOVE It” is todays motto. Meaning that no matter who you are and what you've done in the past we are all still the same and when you are working with a team you have to be willing to do whatever it takes to get the mission complete. The Mission always comes first!! Today we have the CEO Of Metabolic Nutrition Jay Cohen and In todays episode we will talk about how to build that dream team. Jay Cohen is someone that has built an empire and he credits a lot of his success to the good people around him. Welcome Jay Cohen to the Show, jay what is your question. Shop: https://www.millionairecreator.comNew Episodes Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Please Like, Subscribe and leave a comment below. About the show:In the simplest way, it's a Q&A show meant to provide as much value to the viewers as possible. This is a way for Colin to give back to his community in the most scalable way. The show is meant to share direct one-to-one answers to questions on a wide range of topics. Participants will Call in virtually and have a one on one conversation with Colin.Follow Colin Wayne:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/colinwayne1facebook: https://www.facebook.com/colinwayneof...twitter: https://twitter.com/ColinWayne1tik tok: https://tiktok.com/ColinWayne1Follow digitaljeff:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/digitaljefftwitter: https://twitter.com/jeffcastillotik tok: https://tiktok.com/digitaljeff© 2021 Call in with ColinSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=2YTGNNLE4H4VE)

The Peter Attia Drive
Rick Johnson, M.D.: Metabolic Effects of Fructose (Ep. #87 Rebroadcast)

The Peter Attia Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 109:48


Today's episode of The Drive is a rebroadcast of the conversation with Rick Johnson (originally released January 6th, 2020). This episode was one of the most popular discussions to-date and is a prelude to an upcoming follow-up discussion which will be coming out in February 2022 along with the release of Rick's new book. In this episode, Rick Johnson, professor of nephrology at the University of Colorado, explains how his research into the causes of blood pressure resulted in a change of research direction to focus more on how fructose has such profound metabolic effects. Rick begins by talking about the relationship between salt and high blood pressure, then provides a masterclass into uric acid, and then expertly reveals the mechanisms and pathways by which sugar (specifically fructose) can profoundly impact metabolic health. From there, he explains how he applies this information to real life patients as well as touches on some of the most promising ideas around pharmacotherapy that are being developed in response to the epidemics of fatty liver, insulin resistance, diabetes, and obesity. Furthermore, Rick gives his take on artificial sweeteners compared to real sugar, discusses cancer's affinity for fructose, and much more. We discuss: The connection between blood pressure and fructose that shifted Rick's professional focus [3:00]; The relationship between salt and blood pressure (and the role of sugar) [4:45]; Defining fructose, glucose, and sugar [18:30]; An ancient mutation in apes that explains why humans turn fructose into fat so easily [22:00]; The problems with elevated uric acid levels, and what it tells us about how sugar causes disease [30:30]; How sugar causes obesity—explaining the difference in glucose vs. fructose metabolism and the critical pathway induced by fructose [39:00]; Why drinking sugar is worse than eating it [49:00]; Unique ability of sugar to drive oxidative stress to the mitochondria, insulin resistance, and diabetes [53:00]; Why cancer loves fructose [59:20]; The many areas of the body that can use fructose [1:04:00]; Fructokinase inhibitors—a potential blockbuster? [1:06:15]; Treating high uric acid levels—Rick's approach with patients [1:09:00]; Salt intake—what advice does Rick give his patients? [1:15:30]; How excess glucose (i.e., high carb diets) can cause problems even in the absence of fructose [1:20:00]; Artificial sweeteners vs. real sugar—which is better? [1:28:15]; Umami, MSG, alcohol, beer—do these have a role in metabolic illness? [1:32:45]; Fructose consumption—Is any amount acceptable? Is fruit okay? Where does Rick draw a hard line? [1:37:45] How does Rick manage the sugar intake of his young kids? [1:42:00]; and More. Learn more: https://peterattiamd.com/ Show notes page for this episode: https://peterattiamd.com/rickjohnson/  Subscribe to receive exclusive subscriber-only content:  https://peterattiamd.com/subscribe/ Sign up to receive Peter's email newsletter: https://peterattiamd.com/newsletter/ Connect with Peter on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram.

Incident Report
Treating The Root Causes Of Our Suffering (w/Dr. Ron Sinha)

Incident Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 118:51


Metabolic health and wellness expert Dr. Ronesh Sinha returns to explore the roots of why we are hurting so much, and how we can keep ourselves and our children well. SPOILER ALERT: it ain't about pills and procedures. Ron hosts the Meta Health podcast, definitely check it out: https://www.culturalhealthsolutions.com/podcast/ Topics and Timecodes (transcript, video, and links to Ron's stuff at https://zdoggmd.com/ron-sinha-3 ): 0:00 Intro 2:08 Working from home and chronic pandemic stress 6:23 Work and our identity crisis 9:27 Emotional suppression and the physical effects of stress (blood pressure, blood sugar, weight, etc) 14:21 Continuous glucose monitors and “white coat hyperglycemia” 17:19 Cortisol as stress hormone, shame, intermittent fasting hazards 25:18 The real roots of job dissatisfaction and the creative impulse 29:38 Stress effects on our children, poisonous parental pressure 31:19 Steve Jobs and the central importance of spiritual growth 40:52 The peril of reductionism in medicine, destigmatizing lifestyle medicine 45:07 The central role of “identity” in human suffering, burnout in healthcare 49:43 The role of vulnerability in medicine, the next generation's challenges and how to better raise kids 56:02 The role of envy 59:28 Understanding and un-repressing emotion 1:03:00 The Pre/Trans Fallacy 1:07:19 Journaling as a tool, why writing is different than typing 1:12:30 Breathing and posture at work, “email apnea” 1:19:48 A different SOAP note 1:22:30 Dropping into “presence” 1:23:03 Men At Work's greatest song 1:25:38 Doing exercise right 1:30:09 The role of laughter and breathing 1:32:39 Reconnected with the inner child, accepting emotion 1:38:07 Sleep & Anxiety, Yoga Nidra, Compassion, setting boundaries 1:48:38 The importance of Wonder and the transcendent Your support keeps us independent and mild-to-moderately awesome: https://zdoggmd.com/supporters Show, podcast, music, support, shop, social media, and email: https://lnk.bio/zdoggmd

The Carnivore Yogi Podcast
Are metabolic flexibility & PSMF dangerous? Consistency & clearing up keto confusion with Robert Sikes

The Carnivore Yogi Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 60:03


episode is sponsored by Optimal Carnivore “CarnivoreY” to receive 10% off all products- Grassfed Organ Meat Complex https://amzn.to/3Dp1R9e Grassfed Beef liver https://amzn.to/3clgONz This episode is sponsored by Upgraded Formulas - Get your HTMA with Upgraded Formulas - use my code YOGI12 for a discount!  - https://www.upgradedformulas.com/?rfsn=4637317.2071db5&utm_source=refersion&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=4637317.2071db5 Check out Robert's company - KetoBrick!  - https://glnk.io/zvl/carnivoreyogi Follow Robert on social media - Instagram - @ketosavage  Website - www.ketosavage.com My first interview with Robert - https://youtu.be/ZGy6Cen5t9U Are metabolic flexibility & PSMF dangerous?  Consistency & clearing up confusion with Robert Sikes 0:00 Introduction 5:12 Meet Robert Sikes 6:20 Keto body building/how it's transformed his and his wife's life 9:20 Are cheat days needed? 10:35 Metabolic flexibility 13:28 Layne Norton- reverse insulin resistance 16:20 What is your gateway food? 17:25 You have to be in the right headspace for introducing carbs 19:00 Carbs for hormones? 21:20 Importance of proper nutrition 21:50 Protein Sparing modified fasting 22:48 Not consuming enough calories and dietary fat 26:41 Can you ruin your metabolism? 27:01 Consequences of PSMF- survival mode 28:00 How to reverse diet 30:30 Are there any is quick fixes for the metabolism? 31:00 Is tracking important? 32:20 Are calories important? 35:00 High protein vs low fat 38:45 Becoming keto adapted 41:10 Not consuming enough calories & consequences 42:20 Gluconeogenesis 44:05 Ted Naiman approach 44:35 Optimal blood work levels 45:33 1:1 ratio for protein 46:50 Changing macros based on individual body needs 47:30 Best macros to start keto - lower protein and high fat ratio 50:20 Carnivore diet issues 50:59 Confusion with influencers 54:20 What is true keto? 55:00 What is Robert up to now?

Integrative Cancer Solutions with Dr. Karlfeldt
Metabolic Approach to Cancer with Dr. Nasha Winters

Integrative Cancer Solutions with Dr. Karlfeldt

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 40:03


Today on Integrative Cancer Solutions I am joined by Dr. Nasha Winters.  Dr. Winters's whose first experience with cancer was at the age of 19. She was diagnosed with stage IV ovarian cancer and given only a few months to live. The metabolic approach to cancer stems from her nearly three decades of personal and professional experience in the field of integrative oncology. In this episode learn: Mental and Metabolic Health and Midocrondira Function Vagal Nerve 10: Body and Trauma Cancer's Directly Links to Insulin Growth Factor Response Healing with Sound and Frequencies, Breathwork & Sleep Critical Path Forward for Self: Test, Access, Address, Don't Guess Mental, Emotional, Spiritual Response that creates the Biography of your Biology We are offering in-office and telephonic appointments! Call 208-338-8902! Schedule your Nutritional IV, telephonic, or in-office appointment here! https://bit.ly/TKCAppointments Learn More at www.theKarlfeldtCenter.comIntegrative Cancer Solutions was created to instill hope and empowerment. Other people have been where you are right now and have already done the research for you. Listen to their stories and journeys and apply what they learned to achieve similar outcomes as they have, cancer remission and an even more fullness of life than before the diagnosis. Guests will discuss what therapies, supplements, and practitioners they relied on to beat cancer. Once diagnosed, time is of the essence. This podcast will dramatically reduce your learning curve as you search for your own solution to cancer. For more information about products and services discussed in this podcast, please visit www.integrativecancersolutions.com. To learn more about the cutting-edge integrative cancer therapies Dr. Karlfeldt offer at his center, please visit www.TheKarlfeldtCenter.com.

Essentially You: Empowering You On Your Health & Wellness Journey With Safe, Natural & Effective Solutions
320: Top 10 Worst Foods for Blood Sugar + How Blood Sugar Impacts Women's Hormone and Metabolism w/ Dr. Casey Means

Essentially You: Empowering You On Your Health & Wellness Journey With Safe, Natural & Effective Solutions

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 63:55


If You Want to Take Back Control of Your Metabolic Health, You Should: Start monitoring your bodies reaction to foods through a CGM or other methodology Ensure that you are moving your muscles after eating to stabilize your glucose Focus on your dietary patterns and get back to basics to see the results you are searching for   One of the biggest root causes of hormone imbalance facing over 130 million Americans is metabolic dysfunction. Metabolic dysfunction can lead to insulin resistance, inflammation, and a host of other chronic illnesses that you may not even realize are linked to your metabolism. The good news is that with a few mindset and lifestyle changes, you can improve your metabolism, overall health, and long-term longevity.   Take Back Control of Your Metabolic Health Dr. Casey Means is a Stanford-trained physician, Chief Medical Officer and Co-Founder of the metabolic health company Levels, and Associate Editor of the Internation Journal of Disease Reversal and Prevention. Dr. Casey works to maximize human potential and reverse the epidemic of preventable chronic disease by empowering individuals with tech-enabled tools. Her philosophy combines smart, personalized, and sustainable dietary and lifestyle choices to help others take their metabolic health back into their own hands.   Looking at Your Metabolism Like Never Before Through her work at Levels, Dr. Casey and her team are able to access nutritional data in a way that has never been seen before. By getting to the bottom of which foods affect you and your glucose on a personal level, you can figure out what is best for you and your body.  Knowledge is power when it comes to a lot of things, especially when it comes to your metabolic and hormonal health. Foods you may think are healthy for you could actually be causing a significant glucose response, which is why it is important to equip yourself with the information to serve your body in the best way possible.   The Key to Longevity Is Your Metabolism As women, we need to be on top of our blood sugar more than anything. Your metabolism can impact everything from how you feel to how you age, which is why it is so crucial to identify your root causes and get them under control in order to increase your overall health and longevity. While your average doctor may not know about the importance of focusing on metabolic health, this episode is your sign to get down to the basics and focus on your daily patterns in order to preserve your health through all stages of life. Are you ready to focus on creating more resilience for your metabolism? Let me know which of Dr. Casey's tips resonated the most with you in the comments section of the episode page.   Quotes: “There is a mismatch between the effort and the outcomes, and I think a lot of that lies in the fact that we are eating these food products that we don't really know what they are doing to our bodies.” (15:01) “It is kind of this magical part of the body that can help you bring down your blood sugar all by itself. And that is why a walk, even though it is gentle, you are moving all these major muscle groups, the quads, the hamstrings, it all has to be activated.” (32:00) “We are flipping the switch from glucose burning to fat burning intentionally, and we are pushing our body to utilize its long-term storage, and we are mobilizing fat. And that is metabolic flexibility.” (35:54) “It is nothing crazy; it is nothing out of control; it is just timing things in a way that is going to optimize all aspects of my blood sugar but isn't taking more than cumulatively an hour during the day.” (41:14) “A lot of these things I think we can feel like it is totally out of our control or we have to go towards hormones or whatever it is to manage these things. So to at least know there is something, a knob we can turn, a lever we can pull, to at least in some way impact these things, I think that's pretty empowering in its own right.” (45:47)   In This Episode Why adopting a routine of monitoring your response to food is key to understanding your body (14:39) Learn about the Coca-Cola experiment and how it can help you blunt a blood sugar response (25:39) The role of muscle movement and strength training when it comes to metabolic health (32:10) How stabilizing your blood sugar levels can impact your hormones and symptoms overall (42:20) Tips for creating swaps for the things that you love that will leave you wanting more (54:12)   Resources Mentioned: Use Promo Code drmariza for 15% Off Your Organifi Order Here Join Levels Here Levels article about common dietary patterns for good health Levels Health Website Levels Health Blog Follow Dr. Casey on Instagram Follow Levels Health on Instagram   Other Resources: Check out the full show notes page Keep up with everything Dr. Mariza Follow Dr. Mariza on Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Youtube Podcast production & marketing support by the team at Counterweight Creative   Related Episodes:  Essentially You Episode #236: The Truth About Metabolic Dysfunction and How To Address It Head-On with Dr. Casey Means Essentially You Episode #268: The Number One Hormone Imbalance Connected to Stubborn Weight Gain

The Ali Damron Show
How to Know When to Reverse Diet in Nutrition and Fitness

The Ali Damron Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 23:59


Ep. 245. Reverse dieting can be confusing and scary, but metabolic adaptation is common in dieting and iifym.  Whether your flexible dieting or carb cycling and in a caloric deficit, you're hormones and metabolism are going to adapt some time and a reverse diet can fix your metabolism. Metabolic damage can stop weight loss transformations and physique goals, so it's important to change your nutrition, macros and fitness to build muscle.  In this episode, I talk about when and how to reverse diet.  BMR Calculator: https://www.bmi-calculator.net/bmr-calculator/ www.facebook.com/groups/alidamron @alidamron

High Intensity Health Radio with Mike Mutzel, MS
Fasting VS Dieting (calorie restriction): Health Benefits Depend on Fasting Window, New Study Finds

High Intensity Health Radio with Mike Mutzel, MS

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 16:29


It's common knowledge that calorie restriction is a validated strategy to extend lifespan and delay the onset of age-associated diseases. But there's a new wrinkle that's muddied the waters of this calorie restriction (CR) research, which, needless to say, has up to now been derived mainly from studies conducted in rodents (animal models). Save your seat for the Blood Work MasterClass: https://courses.highintensityhealth.com/store/hgwDdo2p **Class starts Tuesday, November 16th 2021 Links to research: https://bit.ly/3wF4eSL Study: Pak, H. et al. (2021). Fasting drives the metabolic, molecular and geroprotective effects of a calorie-restricted diet in mice. Nature metabolism, 3(10), 1327–1341. Time Stamps: 0:00 Intro 0:05 Shared Features of Fasting and Calorie Restriction 0:23 New Study 1:23 Big Omission from Calorie Restriction Data 2:40 Blood Work MasterClass 3:53 Testing Fasting VS Calorie Restriction study details 6:40 Fuel Switch with fasting 7:23 Insulin, Glucagon and fat oxidation 08:54 Metabolic profiling of different fasting patterns 10:38 Experiment Number 2 11:03 Lifespan extension in fasting VS CR VS Ad Lib 13:43 Match Carbohydrate intake with exercise 14:10 TRF Feeding pattern practical tips

Bulletproof Radio
The Best and Worst Foods for Your Metabolic System – Dr. Casey Means : 876

Bulletproof Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 79:03


WE APPRECIATE OUR PARTNERS. CHECK THEM OUT!Control Blood Glucose: https://pendulumlife.com, sign up for membership to get monthly supply delivery, use code DAVE20 to save $20 on your first shipmentSupport Immune & Digestive Health: https://justthrivehealth.com, use code ASPREY to get 15% offNervous System Recovery: https://apolloneuro.com/dave10 to get 10% off an Apollo Neuro deviceA SPECIAL OFFER FOR THE HUMAN UPGRADE™ LISTENERSThe Levels closed beta program includes a waitlist of more than 140,000 people. Skip that line and participate in the early access program with this link: levels.link/dave. Levels is available only in the U.S.IN THIS EPISODE OF THE HUMAN UPGRADE™…… you're going to learn how to upgrade your metabolism and optimize your diet for your unique biology. Dr. Casey Means started her career as a surgeon, where she saw firsthand, day after day, the devastating long-term consequences of poor metabolism, from cardiovascular issues to cancer. She decided to refocus her career on helping people prevent metabolic disease in the first place, instead of treating the results. So, she began researching the causes of metabolic disorders. She quickly discovered a bigger and more subtle problem existed than she'd even realized. “A recent UNC study estimated that 88% of American adults have at least one biomarker of poor metabolism,” she says. “And this is likely part of the reason why nine out of 10 of the leading causes of death in the U.S. are related to, or worsened by, dysregulated blood sugar levels.” What does this lead to? “Healthcare costs are going up each year...and we're getting sicker, fatter, and more depressed,” Dr. Casey says. That's why she co-founded Levels Health. Levels created a wearable device that continuously monitors your blood sugar levels, then gives you a personalized nutrition dashboard based on the results. Blood sugar imbalances are a strong predictor of inflammation and long-term metabolic disease. Keeping your blood sugar on an even keel is a powerful way to gain stable energy all day, keep your metabolism running strong, and even lose weight. Everyone's metabolism is different, which is why Levels uses your personal data to make food recommendations. It can tell you which foods to eat, which ones to avoid, the best times to eat, and even whether you're eating too much or not enough. I'm a big believer in quantifying your health. When you have objective numbers about your biology, you can start to tweak things and make them better.Levels gives you the power to measure your blood sugar throughout the day—and Dr. Casey hopes that this kind of insight will help you eat better, lower your inflammation, supercharge your metabolism, and become a stronger, more capable version of yourself. In this episode, you'll also learn about:The worst foods for your blood sugar (quick preview: Chick-Fil-A and Coca Cola are at the top of the list)How your metabolism affects everything from Alzheimer's to acne to erectile dysfunctionWhy the calories-in-calories-out model of nutrition is flawedSimple changes you can make to build a stronger metabolismAnd much more!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Life Stylist
The Detox & Immunity Tools They Don't Want You to Know About w/ Dr. Chris Shade PHD #375

The Life Stylist

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 134:13


Dr. Chris Shade, PhD, founder, and CEO of Quicksilver Scientific, is in the studio today for an in-depth exploration on all things immunity, metabolism, and detoxification.  Dr. Shade is a world-renowned brainbox on mercury, environmental toxicities, neuroinflammation, immune dysregulation, and human detoxification. Imagine your biology class on steroids, and you're somewhere close to this man's capacity to educate the complexities of the body's internal relationship to the external landscape.  Aside from sharing copious amounts of wisdom, he also formulated Quicksilver Scientific, an out-of-this-world range of advanced liposomal supplements that support vital health functions. I turned to their protocol when detoxing my body from metals, and their 30-day-detox was a lifeline during my exodus from California to Texas.  If you're looking to upgrade your supplement cabinet, head to quicksilverscientific.com and use code “STOREY10” for 10% off sitewide.  10:43 — Inside The 30-Day Reset Maintaining ketosis while eating what you want Detoxification and metabolism and why both are important NAD building  Understanding the nanoparticle delivery of mTOR blockers.  What causes a leaky liver Why fasting is healing    31:44 — Cellular Health How cells communicate with the nucleus  Inside the extracellular matrix Treating mitochondria as membrane How consciousness affects biology  Adrenal and mitochondria support  Advantages of deuterium depleted water   How geography affects tap water quality    57:12 — What's Trending in Health & Wellness  How losing taste and smell  is connected to zinc Metabolic health as a key part of immune health Why people who intermittent fast deal with virus better   01:19:04 — The Gut & the Immune System  What is a leaky gut Controlling your microbiome  Why water fasting will cure your gut issues Detoxing from glyphosate  How Astaxanthin makes you beautiful  Bowel cleansing to clean your GI    01:42:44 — Heavy Metals 101 Common sources of mercury and why it's bad Metal exposure through food  Toxic cookware  The ultimate mold detox  How to prepare your body for conceiving  NAD for resistance to EMF More about this episode. Watch on YouTube   Connect with Luke on social media to learn how to take your lifestyle to the next level, plus catch exclusive live interviews & events: INSTAGRAM - @lukestorey // instagram.com/lukestorey/ FACEBOOK - facebook.com/MrLukeStorey/ TWITTER - @MrLukeStorey // twitter.com/MRLUKESTOREY YOUTUBE - youtube.com/c/LukeStorey THIS SHOW IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY: PaleoValley. The ultimate on-the-road snack you can trust. These beef sticks are 100% grass-fed, grass-finished, and sourced from small, domestic farms in the U.S. They use real, organic spices to flavor beef sticks vs conventional spices sprayed with pesticides or "natural flavors" often made from GMO corn. They also ferment their beef sticks which creates natural occurring probiotics which are great for gut health. Try them for yourself! Head to paleovalley.com and use the code “Luke” for 15% off.    AND...   CACAO BLISS. Back in the day, I used to have to take about 50 ingredients to make an elixir or a smoothie. I had to mix them together, make a big mess, and it took up a bunch of space in the cabinet. But Cacao Bliss has changed the game. Now I have amazing ceremony-grade organic ingredients like raw cacao, turmeric, black pepper, MCT powder, cinnamon, monk fruit, coconut nectar, lacuma, mesquite, and Himalayan salt all in one. So this is the ultimate superfood elixir, but it really tastes like chocolate milk. It's just absolutely fantastic. Try it yourself by using code “LUKE15” for 15% off at earthechofoods.com/lukestorey.   AND…   JOOVV. A new generation of Joovv devices are here and I am stoked. They're sleeker, lighter, easier to set up, and allow you to stand 3x further away from the device while still getting the recommended dosage. There's also a new ambient mode to help you wind down at the end of the day and a recovery mode that will help you rejuvenate after a tough workout. If you are ready to get a new Joovv device, you can get a discount for a limited time over at Joovv.com/luke with the code “LUKE.”   HELP SUPPORT THIS SHOW! Love the show? You'll really love Luke's Master Market Online Store!  It's a win-win! Get direct links to all of Luke's hand-picked biohacking and health products all in one place, exclusive discounts, and support the show by making purchases through the web store >> SHOP NOW.   Other ways to support:  SUBSCRIBE >> Apple Podcasts + Stitcher + Google Podcasts + Spotify LEAVE APPLE PODCASTS REVIEW >> Simple step-by-step instructions SHARE >> Spread the word! Tell your family, friends, neighbors, and all your social pals   Resources Quicksilverscientific.com: use code “STOREY10” for 10% off sitewide.  Website: drchrisshade.com Instagram: @quicksilverscientific Join me on Telegram for the uncensored content big tech won't allow me to post. It's free speech and free content: www.lukestorey.com/telegram   Related Shows Episode #342: Badass Biohacks: Deuterium Depleted Water: Molecular Hydrogen for Extreme Health w/ Robert Slovak Episode #337: The Mold Medic: How to Protect Your Home & Family from Mold Toxicity with Michael Rubino Episode #367: Not Just For Sleep: Melatonin the Master Molecule & Next Level Biohacks w/ Dr-John Lieurance