This episode is the culmination of six years of podcasting, 300 episodes, nearly 300,000 downloads, two breast cancer diagnosis, and five years of coaching other breast cancer survivors. I have learned A LOT on this journey, but I want to share the most important thing with you on this show. If you're frustrated with your body, if you think you're doing all the right things and your body isn't cooperating, if you think you have to fight harder, do more, be more disciplined, this episode is for you. I want to relieve you of the burden of carrying that heavy warrior shield and assure you that lightening that load and turning to the practice of compassion for your own body is the key to supporting your health and your ability to heal. Take a deep breath, release the fight for the next 30 minutes and listen in. Referred to in this episode: Better Than Before Breast Cancer™ Life Coaching Membership Year on the wall
Who doesn't want a thriving metabolism? It's not your genetics, it's your habits and lifestyle. In today's episode, we break down 6 key factors that could be hurting your metabolic health and how you can start taking action toward a healthier and happier life. Energy balance and metabolism are two very complex systems and our goal is to make this really simple for you. If you want to burn more calories, get control of your hunger and improve your overall metabolic health as you age then this is the episode for you. If you are intentional about your daily habits, we can help you age in reverse. NASH BARS: https://nashnutrition.co EVERYDAY ATHLETE COACHING: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdlsozpojxDg964ah-rse5W7z51d4NTPkHva8RTw1ZX-purjQ/viewform EVERYDAY ATHLETE NEWSLETTER: https://everyday-athlete.ck.page/55f3c4e52f BUILT AND BALANCED COACHING: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdKwK9YwMH3o95sPHybP2O51i9VRwsrdlNPya2RcEwsrB3Ozg/viewform BUILT & BALANCED NEWSLETTER: https://exciting-painter-5361.ck.page/9250ca236e LIFE REWIRED IG: https://www.instagram.com/LIFEREWIREDPODCAST/?utm_medium=copy_link ZACH IG: https://www.instagram.com/everydayathletetraining/ KRIS IG: https://instagram.com/kristinakovacs?utm_medium=copy_link
I am delighted to have the privilege of reconnecting with Dr. Ben Bikman today. (He was with me previously on episodes 114 and 168.) Dr. Bikman has a Ph.D. in Bio-energetics and also served as a postdoctoral fellow at the Duke-National University of Singapore, specializing in metabolic diseases. His current professional focus, as a scientist and Associate Professor at Brigham Young University, is on understanding the effects of elevated insulin, obesity regulation, diabetes management, the relevance of ketones, and the workings of mitochondrial function. He is also the author of a book I love and often recommend called Why We Get Sick. In today's conversation, Dr. Bikman and I delve into a wide range of topics, including age-related changes in fat cells, gender-specific differences, the contrasting dynamics of hyperplasic and hypertrophic fat cells, and the impact of hormone replacement therapy and a metabolic buffer. We explore the changes in insulin sensitivity occurring during perimenopause and menopause and discuss the role of muscle, explaining how it can utilize either carbohydrates or fat for fuel. We also highlight the importance of strength training, discuss the impact of GLP-1 agonists- focusing specifically on Wegovy, and get into the effects of lifestyle factors like sleep and stress, the repercussions of endocrine-mimicking chemicals, and the significant impact of statin use with its associated diabetes risk. Lastly, we dive into the complex question of what poses more of a threat to our health- seed oils, high-fructose corn syrup, refined starches, or sugars? IN THIS EPISODE YOU WILL LEARN: How our fat cells change with age How lifestyle factors impact insulin sensitivity The hormonal changes that occur during perimenopause and menopause Why it makes sense for women to have more fat cells than men The importance of resistance training for building muscle Risks associated with relying on GLP-1 agonists for weight loss How immobility activates inflammatory pathways in muscles, leading to insulin resistance How stress and poor sleep impact insulin resistance Why is it essential to avoid high-carbohydrate or high-fat foods before bedtime? How alcohol, plastics, and pesticides impact insulin resistance and fat cell biology The potential risks of statin use How seed oils, refined starches, and refined sugars contribute to health problems Connect with Cynthia Thurlow Follow on Twitter, Instagram & LinkedIn Check out Cynthia's website Submit your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org Connect with Dr. Ben Bikman On his website On social media: @benbikmanphd Previous Episodes Featuring Dr. Ben Bikman Ep. 114 – Why Obesity Matters When It Comes to Coronavirus – with Dr. Benjamin Bikman Ep. 168 – What To Do About Insulin Resistance Disorders (and the Role that Digestion Plays) with Dr. Benjamin Bikman
Confusion, overwhelm, and being “stuck” all have on thing in common…lack of self-trust. It's so easy to get caught up in other people's ideas, opinions and judgments that you forget something vitally important….you are the expert on you. You are the only one who knows what you want in your life, what feels good to your body, and what makes you happy. Isn't it time to learn to trust yourself again? In this episode we'll talk about some simple, seemingly innocent thoughts that derail your self-trust and how you can choose a different approach that supports your ability to be confident in creating the life you want to live after breast cancer. Referred to in this episode: Better Than Before Breast Cancer Life Coaching Membership
We hear the phrase, “metabolic health” a lot, but do we really know what that means? And, more importantly, how much do we understand the massive impact that metabolic health has on literally every system of our body?Today, we explore that line of thinking with Dr. Casey Means.Casey was trained as an ear, nose, and throat surgeon, but in recent years, she has become a self-proclaimed “Food as Medicine” evangelist. Why would she make such a drastic change in a successful budding career? Well, as you'll hear today, Dr. Means (like most doctors) pursued medicine in order to help people, but started realizing that most illnesses - even those she was treating as an ENT surgeon– came back to a person's level of inflammation and poor metabolic health. So, as a surgeon, she was playing the proverbial “whack-a-mole” with the problems but never identifying the root causation. Now, she's on a mission to create a healthier world through her company, LEVELS Health - a continuous glucose monitor company - along with her upcoming book, Good Energy.Today, we focus our conversation on exactly what metabolic health really means, as well as the Nine Elements of Metabolic Health. Casey also discusses the importance of metabolic health as it relates to exercise and sexual health.About Casey Means, MD Casey Means, MD is a Stanford-trained physician and Chief Medical Officer and Co-founder of metabolic health company Levels. 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 Wall Street Journal, New York Times, The New Yorker, Men's Health, Women's Health, and more.Episode ResourcesWatch the Episode on YouTubeEpisode WebpageUpcoming Events:Register for our November 15th "Home for Holidays" Masterclass with Rip and the Plantstrong Teamhttps://plantstrongfoods.com/pages/plantstrong-holidays Black Mountain Retreat - April 14th-19th, 2024https://plantstrongfoods.com/pages/2024-black-mountain-retreat Follow PLANTSTRONG and Rip EsselstynVisit PLANTSTRONG Foods and stock up on all of our latest products:https://plantstrongfoods.com/ PLANTSTRONG Facebook - tips, recipes, and the chance to see Rip live each weekhttps://www.facebook.com/GoPlantstrong PLANTSTRONG Instagram - tag us using #goplantstrong
There was a time, not so long ago, when food was a focus of daily life solely for survival. People farmed, hunted, gardened, canned, and put a lot of effort into ensuring there would be enough food to keep them alive. Now, there are so many food options that the choices are overwhelming, it's easy to overconsume and become overwhelmed. Add in the fear factor that comes up after breast cancer and there's a whole new layer of confusion. You worry about: The right choice The safe choice What will heal you What will help you lose weight What will prevent inflammation And that's how the diet industry gets you or leaves you overwhelmed, and you just give up. In this show, I'll give you some insights on something that is more important than what food to choose, what diet to follow, or what new supplement to take…what you think about food and food choices you make. Sound too simple? Check out this episode and see what you think. Get support in the Better Than Before Breast Cancer Life Coaching Membership and the 8-Weeks of Reinventing Life After Breast Cancer Program Join Laura's 90 Days of Wellness journey into Deep Health for Breast Cancer Survivors Follow Laura on Facebook and Instagram
Today I finally get to nerd out on SALT with Darryl Bosshardt of Redmond's Real Salt since I use their salt in and on my foods daily plus trying to brine olives (first timers) in their real salt! What is your interest in SALT!? "I love talking about salt because it is one thing that it so often overlooked and misunderstood, yet is one of the key elements for life. In terms of importance, salt is right at the top of the list behind oxygen and water - but is so often mistakenly demonized by those that just don't understand its essential role. And when it comes to any diet, keto, fasting, clean eating, cleansing, fermenting foods, etc - salt plays such an important factor." Some of our Real Salt Questions: • Is salt really bad for me? Should I try to eliminate sodium from my diet? • I have heard that "sea salt" is better for me, is that true? • What are differences in "sea salt" and other salts like the “pink”, “red” and “back” salts? • What should I look for and what questions should I ask when trying to find a Natural Salt? • What about "salt substitutes"? • I know iodine is good for us, even essential, but what about Iodized Salt? Is Iodized salt a good source of Iodine? • How is salt generally produced? How is Real Salt produced? • How did "Real Salt" get started? • If the right kind of salt is really good for me, how much should I try to get per day? • Are there other products like “Real Salt” that Redmond has? • What are some great salt resource books for those that would like to read a little about natural salts?
Sangeetha Aiyer, MHP, an accredited Metabolic Health Practitioner based in Mumbai, recently joined host Doug Reynolds on the LowCarbUSA® Podcast, sharing her inspiring journey and profound insights about metabolic health, sustainable fat loss, fitness and more. In her 40s and a mother to a teenager, Sangeetha embodies the everyday struggles and triumphs of a working woman balancing family life. Her quest for health began with a common goal: weight loss. However, this objective soon evolved into a pursuit of optimal health and fitness, transcending the superficialities of mere physical appearance. Her approach, 'Rewrite Your Story,' is a testament to her belief in the power of personal transformation through informed choices in diet and fitness. In the podcast, she discusses her personal health challenges, including battling PCOS and pre-diabetes. She candidly discusses the limitations of conventional advice and her transformative journey through the adoption of a low-carb, ketogenic lifestyle. "I went from being pre-diabetic and overweight to reversing my PCOS and achieving my high school weight,” said Sangeetha. “It was not just about vanity but understanding that something deeper was happening with my health." She explained to Doug that finding a path to good health required her to challenge much of what she had been taught about health and nutrition. "The ketogenic lifestyle was a complete overturn of what mainstream advice had told me. Embracing animal protein and saturated fat was crucial in my journey towards health,” she said. She talked with Doug about the intricacies of tailoring nutrition plans for diverse dietary preferences, particularly focusing on Indian vegetarian diets. She emphasized the importance of restructuring the traditional food pyramid to suit individual needs. For pure vegetarians, she advocates a diet rich in dairy products, supplemented by whey protein, and a balanced intake of lentils, legumes, non-starchy vegetables, and low-carb fruits. A significant challenge she addresses is catering to vegetarians who are also lactose intolerant. In such cases, she resorts to soy-based products like tofu and tempeh, despite her reservations about soy. She acknowledges the challenges in managing diets for individuals with specific health issues like gluten intolerance and advocates for personalized approaches based on one's tolerance and metabolic markers. Sangeetha stressed the importance of sharing transformative health stories and success cases, especially relating to Indian cuisine adapted to low-carb diets. "Sharing success stories and adaptations of Indian cuisine to low-carb diets is crucial. It's not about eliminating carbs but changing your plate proportion to prioritize protein and healthy options." Her insights reflect a deep understanding of the complexities of dietary preferences and the importance of customizing nutrition plans. Her focus on education, adaptation, and gradual changes offers a realistic and inclusive approach to healthier eating habits. Connect with Sangeetha Aiyer: Twitter Instagram Website
Metabolic dysfunction is common in many communities and contributes to many of the most debilitating chronic diseases across the globe. The spectrum of metabolic function includes several points for intervention both before and after the diagnosis of conditions such as type 2 diabetes. The functional medicine approach to assessing and treating metabolic dysfunction involves a personalized approach to each patient, including understanding the root causes of each patient's issues and developing individualized treatment plans to address those specific causes. Researchers recently proposed a system for subtyping type 2 diabetes cases that may aid clinicians with pattern recognition and lead to therapeutic plans that are more tailored to each diabetes patient. On this episode of Pathways to Well-Being, we welcome Dr. Yousef Elyaman to discuss the functional medicine approach to metabolic health and how subtyping of diabetes might help clinicians identify and treat patients with metabolic dysfunction. Click to view episodes transcript: https://www.ifm.org/news-insights/diabetes-subtypes-and-individualized-approaches-to-metabolic-health/.
Dr. Kwadwo is not only a dedicated healthcare professional but also a passionate researcher committed to optimizing ICU resources and improving access to palliative care without compromising quality. Join Dr. Stephanie and Dr. Kwadwo as they engage in a therapeutic and enlightening conversation about healthcare policy, with a particular focus on the COVID pandemic. They explore what went wrong, what went right, and the valuable lessons we can learn from this global health crisis. Together, they delve into the policies implemented in Canada and the United States, sharing their experiences as Ontario residents, discussing travel restrictions, vaccine passports, and mandates.Tune in for a thought-provoking discussion on how we can heal and improve healthcare delivery both in North America and around the world, especially in regions where vaccine policies have been coercive rather than individualized. Don't miss this insightful episode with two passionate healthcare professionals who share their vision for a better, more compassionate future.Connect with Dr. Kwadwo on:Unapologetic Leadership: Finding The Moral Courage To Do The Right Thing book: https://amzn.to/401ZHbJTwitter: https://twitter.com/kwadwo777LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kwadwo-kyeremanteng/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kwadcast/?hl=enPodcast: https://kwadcast.substack.com/podcastYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@kwadcastsolvinghealthcare1948/aboutEpisode Overview:0:00:00 Intro0:01:13 Introducing Dr. Kwadwo Kyeremanteng and His Work in Healthcare0:06:11 Ignored Health Factors in COVID-19 Outbreak0:08:41 Leadership Based on Polling, Not Unapologetic Values0:12:12 Holistic Approach in Leadership, Considering All Aspects for Success0:15:37 Core Values: Excellence, Zest for Life, Gratitude, and Courage0:18:35 Impacts of COVID Closures on Children's Mental Health0:29:10 Challenging the Black and White Thinking in Vaccinations0:29:59 Media's Failure to Acknowledge Metabolic Disease Risk Factor0:33:05 Pursuit of Truth in Medicine and Science0:34:43 Struggles and Tragedies of Dealing with COVID at Work0:37:14 The Consequences of Coercion and Lack of Understanding0:40:14 Considering the Patient's Perspective and Cultural Influence0:43:44 Personalizing Health Interventions for Individual Patients0:47:08 Leaders Showing Humility and Connecting with the People0:50:01 The Effects of Learned Helplessness on Children's Future Leadership0:53:36 Ways to Become an Unapologetic Leader: Leaning on Action, Embracing Failure, and Delegating0:58:16 Reflecting on Failure and Learning from It1:02:38 Meaningful Conversation on Healing and Facilitating ChangeWe are grateful for our sponsors:If you want to start a healthy scalp routine I have a special offer for you to help you do just that. Go to https://diviofficial.com/BETTER or enter BETTER at checkout to get 20% off your first order.Wear it to sleep every night and notice an improvement in your HRV and deep sleep that is off the charts. Go to https://apolloneuro.com/better and use code BETTER to get $50 off at checkout.These minerals taste like water, so you can down them in seconds every single morning. If you want to try Beam Minerals for yourself, head over to https://beamminerals.com/better for 20% off of the entire store.
"When uric acid is high, it predicts the development of kidney disease, high blood pressure, and obesity," says Richard Johnson, M.D. Richard, a board-certified internal medicine doctor who has researched obesity and diabetes for 20+ years, joins us to discuss the more complex, controversial areas of kidney health, plus: - The role of oxalates & dairy in kidney health (~00:14) - How to assess your kidney health (~07:33) - High-purine foods to avoid (~14:43) - Richard's viral findings on obesity (~19:17) - Why not all fructose is created equal (~30:12) - How to rank your fruits (~32:44) - The impact of fast vs. slow sugar (~42:31) - How Johnson views alternative sweeteners (~43:58) - The optimal diet for a healthy weight (~48:55) - What actually makes seed oils inflammatory (~52:27) Referenced in the episode: - Richard's book, Nature Wants Us To Be Fat. - mbg Podcast episode #498, with Richard. - A study on dairy & gout. - A study on creatinine & longevity. - Richard's paper on obesity. - Richard's study on apple juice & fructose. - Richard's study on carb intake in lab mice. - Sign up for The Long Game. We hope you enjoy this episode, and feel free to watch the full video on YouTube! Whether it's an article or podcast, we want to know what we can do to help here at mindbodygreen. Let us know at: email@example.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today, I am blessed to have here Phil Fit with me. He is the creator of the Phil Fit app. He teaches the same workouts he uses to train celebrity clients, including Bachelor Nation TV stars Tyler Cameron, Hannah Brown, Matt James, and the Quarantine Crew and MMA fighter Michael "The Don" Lombardo. Five minutes is all you need. Five minutes for a full-body workout. Five minutes toward a mentally stronger and physically Phil Fit you. Get ready to get PHILthy in Five with your favorite celebrity trainer and some other familiar faces. In this episode, Phil opens up the show by talking about his health and fitness industry career. He explains how to find out which workout is best for your body. For Phil, he loves to do high repetition workouts; however, your fitness plan will depend on your goals. If you're new to the fitness world, Phil reveals which exercises will help you get started. Above all, it's critical to celebrate every day, and as always, try to be better than you were yesterday. Tune in as we chat about America's metabolic health, ditching fast food, and the importance of resting. Free Keto Training (4 Keto Secrets): https://www.ketokamp.com/4-secrets-to-mastering-keto-web-class-org-1 -------------------------------------------------------- / / E P I S O D E S P ON S O R S Biotiquest Sugar Shift product. Regulate glucose, reduce cravings, achieve deeper ketosis, and remove glyphosate. Head to https://bit.ly/47QZdbK , and use the coupon code KAMP10 for 10% off their products. Bioptimizers MEGA Deal For November. Discounts on all products, sitewide. Just go to bioptimizers.com/ketokamp and use this code ketokamp10 to get 10% off. Text me the words "Podcast" +1 (786) 364-5002 to be added to my contacts list. [00:45] How Phil Started In The Health and Fitness Industry Phil's big brothers are into bodybuilding, modeling, martial arts, and a lot of sports. Phil got certified as a trainer at eighteen. His passion is to help people lose weight, gain muscle, and live longer. Phil is a firm believer in high repetitions. [02:40] How To Figure Out Which Workout Is Best For Your Body First, figure out what your goals are. If you want to be a bodybuilder, then you are going to need heavier weights. If you have injuries and don't want to hurt yourself, start with pushups and pullups. It's time to push past the limits of your body. [04:00] Are You New To Fitness? Phil Fit Explains How To Get Started Start by walking each and every day. If you can walk, then start with a mile. Do a mile each day for one month. You can also work on pushups, triceps dips, and crunches. Make sure that you wake up every day and celebrate your body. [05:50] How To Tell If You Are Exercising Too Much: Listen To Your Body Listen to your body. If you are totally exhausted and depleted, then it's time to take a break. When you exercise the right amount with the right intensity, you should feel more energized for the day. If you did too much for your body to adapt to, then you're going to feel exhausted for the rest of the day. [11:10] Resting Is Just As Important As The Exercise Itself In order to grow, you definitely need to get the proper rest. Sleep is important; power naps can be a useful tool on your fitness journey. If you didn't have the best sleep at night, then don't be afraid to take a nap. Your body is tearing down muscle in the gym, and then you're building it up when you're resting and repairing. [13:30] Phil Works With Professionals and Celebrities – They All Have This In Common The people Phil works with all have work ethic. Phil will take people to a level that they never thought they could go to. Professionals want to be challenged, and Phil always makes sure to bring the best out of the people he trains. The best coaches at the gym are the ones that have energy and enthusiasm. [16:20] Why People Are Failing When It Comes To Their Exercise Routines Phil says that he's not for everyone. If you can't handle high-intensity training, Phil may not be the right fit for you. If you want to get those fitness results, you need to be serious about it. A lot of people want to talk to their trainer at the gym, Phil is willing to be that therapist for them. [21:45] Phil Gives His Thoughts On The Status of Metabolic Health in America Phil says we need to get rid of fast food. There are more people in line at McDonald's vs. a healthier choice. Phil wants to help people who are obese. They don't know what to do when it comes to eating and working out. If you have a weight problem, reach out to someone that can help you. [25:05] Are You Overweight? It's Time To Trade Your Doctor For A Trainer You don't need more medicines. Instead, you need to get your body moving. Celebrate each step that you take. If you can't walk a mile, then give yourself ten steps each day. The next day, add another step. Never stop moving your body. If you don't know what to eat, find someone who is knowledgeable about food. AND MUCH MORE! Resources from this episode: Check out Phil's Website: https://www.phil-fit.com Follow Phil Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/philfit/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/phil.fit.16 Phil's Fitness App: https://www.philfit.app Phil on Cameo: https://www.cameo.com/philfit Join theKeto Kamp Academy: https://ketokampacademy.com/7-day-trial-a WatchKeto Kamp on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUh_MOM621MvpW_HLtfkLyQ -------------------------------------------------------- Free Keto Training (4 Keto Secrets): https://www.ketokamp.com/4-secrets-to-mastering-keto-web-class-org-1 / / E P I S O D E S P ON S O R S Biotiquest Sugar Shift product. Regulate glucose, reduce cravings, achieve deeper ketosis, and remove glyphosate. Head to https://bit.ly/47QZdbK , and use the coupon code KAMP10 for 10% off their products. 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Dr. Kirk Parsley, former Navy SEAL turned physician, discusses the importance of sleep, shares tips for better rest, and highlights the negative effects of inadequate sleep. Get ready for a wild ride as Erin and Laura sit down with the one and only Dr. Kirk Parsley "the sleep guy." In this episode, they uncover the fascinating journey of a former Navy Seal turned MD, whose unique perspective makes him the go-to expert on everything sleep and stress-related. In this episode, Kirk gives us a dive deep into the realm of stress-busting strategies with a touch of Doc Parsley's signature humor. Discover why he's not just a sleep specialist but also an entertaining storyteller who brings a whole new vibe to the science of snoozing and some unexpected sleep hacks. During this conversation, Kirk discusses his journey from Navy SEAL to physician and his work with SEALs. He also shares tips for improving sleep, emphasizing the importance of rest, and highlighting the negative impact of inadequate sleep. Dr. Kirk Parsley is generous with his valuable insights, practical tips, and inspiring stories that will leave you feeling empowered to prioritize your sleep and take steps toward improving your overall health and well-being. Episode Overview: 0:00:00 Introducing Dr. Kirk Parsley, the sleep expert 0:04:03 From Physical Therapy Student to Medical School 0:12:17 Exploring the Impact of Sleep and Substance Use 0:14:49 From Sleep to Voodoo Medicine: Military Troubles 0:18:35 The Metabolic Health of Navy Seals 0:24:18 Basic training pressure and unhealthy eating habits 0:28:09 Psychological impact of military training on decision-making and values 0:31:37 The leadership's response to concerns about sleep deprivation in SEAL training 0:35:33 Master Coach Certification Program for Health Coaches 0:36:32 The struggle with psychology and broken Western medicine 0:45:08 The Power of Testimonials and Raving Fans 0:47:22 The Value of Expertise: Priceless Education vs. $1,500 Offer 0:49:00 The Power of Framing the Value of Health Coaching 0:52:09 Changing Habits and Achieving Long-Term Goals 0:57:00 The Complexity of Behavior Change and Health 1:00:52 The Power of Sleep in Transforming Lives 1:05:10 Shifting mindset to improve sleep quality and consistency 1:11:24 Managing Stress: To-Do List vs. Worry List 1:15:33 Filling the Eight-Hour Recovery Period with Sleep 1:16:44 Setting up a URL for the podcast 1:17:15 How to Access Doc Parsley's Work --- Health Coach Radio is a podcast that dives deep into the world of health and fitness coaching, brought to you by Primal Health Coach Institute, founded by the renowned Mark Sisson. Join your hosts, Erin and Laura, both proud graduates of Primal Health Coach Institute, as they share inspiring stories and expert insights on elevating your coaching practice. If you're curious about transforming your life through the power of health and/or fitness coaching, visit primalhealthcoach.com. Discover the transformative journey of Primal living and explore how Primal Health Coach Institute can empower you to make a real impact on people's lives.
Diet and nutrition are not one-size-fits-all. Instead, learning how different foods affect your individual health can help you reach your goals. Author: Jennifer Chesak Link to article: https://www.levelshealth.com/blog/why-are-glucose-responses-so-individual Become a Levels Member – https://levels.link/insights Learn about Metabolic Health – levelshealth.com/blog Follow Levels on Social – @Levels on Instagram and Twitter
This cuisine is full of vegetables and lean protein—along with rice, noodles, and sugary sauces. Here's how to navigate the menu for your metabolic health. Author: Sharon Liao Link to article: https://www.levelshealth.com/blog/how-to-order-a-blood-sugar-friendly-meal-at-a-chinese-restaurant Become a Levels Member – https://levels.link/insights Learn about Metabolic Health – levelshealth.com/blog Follow Levels on Social – @Levels on Instagram and Twitter
There's no one way to feed every human body but there are ways to support your body in using different foods efficiently. This is referred to as metabolic flexibility and it's an important concept when it comes to support the terrain of your body. When you're metabolically flexible, you can worry less about eating more carbs now and then because your overall lifestyle helps your body to smoothly transition from occasional indulgences back to your preferred way of eating. More importantly, metabolic flexibility can reduce the risk of many lifestyle diseases and support healthy aging and longevity. Listen to this episode and learn more about what metabolic flexibility is, why it's important for your health and how you can improve it starting today. Referred to in this episode: Metabolic flexibility in health and disease Get support in the Better Than Before Breast Cancer Life Coaching Membership Follow Laura on Facebook and Instagram
Research suggests dehydration may increase disease risk, while properly timing water intake around meals benefits blood sugar control. Author: Stephanie Eckelkamp Link to article: https://www.levelshealth.com/blog/how-does-hydration-affect-metabolic-health Become a Levels Member – https://levels.link/insights Learn about Metabolic Health – levelshealth.com/blog Follow Levels on Social – @Levels on Instagram and Twitter
Levels gives you the most flexibility around how often you want to wear a CGM by separating the cost of the app from the device and services. Author: The Levels Team Link to article: https://www.levelshealth.com/blog/how-much-does-levels-cost Become a Levels Member – https://levels.link/insights Learn about Metabolic Health – levelshealth.com/blog Follow Levels on Social – @Levels on Instagram and Twitter
Skip the chips and use one of these ideas to fuel up between meals without spiking blood sugar. Author: Audrey Bruno Link to article: https://www.levelshealth.com/blog/16-low-carb-snacks-for-stable-blood-sugar Become a Levels Member – https://levels.link/insights Learn about Metabolic Health – levelshealth.com/blog Follow Levels on Social – @Levels on Instagram and Twitter
When it comes to life and breast cancer, it's not uncommon for me to hear women say that they lost a chunk of their life to it or that breast cancer robbed them and they're right. Anytime we tell ourselves a story like that, we'll find a way to prove we're right. In this episode, I'll offer you another view, one that allows you to feel all the things that come up and still choose to lean into life regardless of the circumstances. One of the biggest mistakes I see is women having the belief that everything should feel good and comfortable for it to be right. I've found exactly the opposite. The things that we're the most uncomfortable are the things that have brought the biggest rewards to my life. But you need to have the right tools to support you in creating the life you want while you feel uncomfortable emotions. Listen now and hear the exact steps to do that. Referred to in this episode: Better Than Before Breast Cancer Life Coaching Membership
This week we interview the inspiring 71-year-old pharmacist and endurance athlete James Hughes, and explore the intersection of healthcare, metabolic health, and endurance sports. From discussing the shifts in pharma's priorities to revealing the power of metabolic health in transforming athletic performance, you will enjoy these insights and real-life experiences. See how James overcame metabolic syndrome via OFM and hear his unique perspective on healthcare trends. Don't miss this engaging conversation that challenges the status quo and champions personal health empowerment! Show Notes for the Podcast Episode: James Hughes' Background: His journey in pharmacy for almost 40 years. Traditional pharmacy day job versus compounding and formulation for endurance athletes passion. Involvement in formulating products used by Tour de France teams. Personal experience with OFM (Optimized Fat Metabolism) and how it transformed his health & performance. Discussion on Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Industry: Evolution in the focus of pharmaceuticals from curing diseases to managing conditions. The shift in research from cures to creating lifelong customers. James' perspective as a pharmacist on these changes. James Hughes' Athletic Journey: Transition from running to triathlons and cycling. Experiences with different nutritional strategies in endurance sports. What eventually developed after years of following the conventional ‘science' of sports diet and nutrition. Success with fat adaptation and OFM in improving performance and recovering from metabolic syndrome. Deep Dive into Metabolic Health and OFM: James' transformation and management of metabolic syndrome through OFM. The role of fat adaptation in endurance sports. Discussion on blood sugar stability and its impact on athletic performance. Personal Health Experiences: James' recovery from a heart attack and the role of his metabolic health in recovery. Insights on the use of pharmaceuticals and natural supplements in health management. Endurance Sports Strategies: Nutritional approaches and their effects during endurance events. The importance of blood sugar management in endurance sports. Closing Thoughts: The importance of metabolic health in overall wellbeing. James' outlook on healthcare, pharmaceuticals, and personal health management.
Men! Listen up! This one's for you. (Ladies, this will help you too!)Optimizing your metabolic health will enhance testosterone production, utilization and overall well-being. Join my discussion with Patrick Scheel, a registered dietitian and nutritionist with NutriSense Continuous Glucose Monitor, as we delve into this critical question.Metabolic health and its crucial link with blood sugar regulation, especially in times of stress, is a key highlight of our conversation with Patrick. Backed by his clinical experience from the ICU, he showcases how products like NutriSense Continuous Glucose Monitor can provide valuable assistance in achieving optimal health.Check Out Patrick Scheel and NutriSense* Listeners of The Dr. Tyna Show get $30 OFF when they use code DRTYNA at check out and follow THIS LINK: nutrisense.io/drtyna* Patrick ScheelOn this episode we cover: 13:00 Male testosterone and hormonal imbalance 23:27 - Aromatase and sex hormone binding globulin and its relationship to estrogen and testosterone31:00 why men wanna get rid of your gut 33:05 - Low carb diets and sex hormone binding globulin 45:00 why men need to do deadlifts and squats50:20 - Stress: What is It Doing to Our Metabolic Health?57:50 - What is a good timeframe to use a Continuous Glucose Monitor1:03 - The Key is Sustainability and ConsistencySponsored By:ALITURA NATURALS SKIN CAREUse Code DRTYNA for 20% offBiOptimizers Head to bioptimizers.com/drtyna and use promo code DRTYNA during their Mega Black Friday SaleLMNTGet 8 FREE packs with any order at drinkLMNT.com/drtynaNutrisense Continuous Glucose Monitors (CGM)Listeners of The Dr. Tyna Show get $30 OFF when they use code DRTYNA at check out and follow THIS LINK: nutrisense.io/drtynaHead to www.Drtyna.com for the following offers:Grab my FREE GUIDE to Assess Your Metabolic Health.Check out my Metabolic Revamp Toolkit for a deeper dive.Grab My Winter Crud Cheat Sheet Now! Click Here!Further Listening:EP. 94: For the Men: Master Your Testosterone | Solo EpisodeEP. 95: Women Need Testosterone Too | Solo Episode Disclaimer: Information provided in this blog/podcast is for informational purposes only. However, this information is NOT intended as a substitute for the advice provided by your physician or other healthcare professional, or any information contained on or in any product. Do not use the information provided in this blog/podcast for diagnosing or treating a health problem or disease, or prescribing medication or other treatment. Always speak with your physician or other healthcare professional before taking any medication or nutritional, herbal or other supplement, or using any treatment for a health problem. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, contact your health care provider promptly. Do not disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking professional advice because of something you have read in this blog/podcast. Information provided in this blog/podcast and the use of any products or services related to this blog/podcast by you does not create a doctor-patient relationship between you and Dr. Tyna Moore. Information and statements regarding dietary supplements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent ANY disease. Get full access to Dr. Tyna Show Podcast & Censorship-Free Blog at drtyna.substack.com/subscribe
Sam Miller is an Amazon Best-Selling Author and has more than 15 years of experience as a health, fitness, and nutrition coach. His programs help coaches and health professionals improve their clients' results. A popular online educator, podcast host, and mentor, he consistently offers simple, strategic methods for transformation and translates complex concepts into leverage for any health and fitness goal.His workshops, classes, and specialization programs have served over 3,000+ coaches worldwide. He has been a featured speaker for companies like LinkedIn and a content contributor for industry titans such as Barbell Shrugged, Muscle Intelligence, T-Nation, Elite FTS, and more. He is a certified nutritionist and licensed, board-certified health practitioner who holds a master's degree from North Carolina State University and a Bachelor of Science from Elon University.In this episode, Michael and Sam discuss how bodybuilding will teach you how to be more disciplined, the importance of staying consistent with your nutrition for overall performance, and how to transform your metabolic health.
Today we have Josh Kreifels, Registered Dietitian, on the podcast to talk about all things metabolic health. This topic has been heating up lately so I knew I had to bring this expert on to spill the tea! If you're ready to improve your quality of life, you're gonna wanna press play. ▶️ IN THIS EPISODE, YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT:Biologic Versus Metabolic AgingCreating Sustainable Natural EnergyUnder Eating & What's Harming Your Metabolic HealthJosh's Top Three BiohacksCONNECT WITH JOSHJosh Kreifels is a masters-level trained dietitian who specializes in helping high-level performers improve energy and longevity, reverse the signs of aging, and optimize body composition. He has worked with many business owners and executives and there is a common theme, work comes first. Josh wants to help his clients maintain their marketplace success while simultaneously improving their health and wellness.CONNECT — Follow The Kreifels on InstagramCONNECT — Check Out Their WebsiteENROLL — The Kreifwell Energy MethodLEARN — More About The Kreifwell Energy MethodLEARN — Kreifwell Signature 5 Step Free Training SHOP — Some Kreifels Biohacking + Wellness FavoritesRESOURCES MENTIONEDPortable Infrared Sauna — Code: KREIFWELLBarrel Cold Plunge — Code: KREIFWELLMouth TapeMito2Max SupplementBodyBio Liquid and All Other Supplements HereCreatine MonohydrateClean Grass-Fed ProteinINSTAGRAM — @highperformerpod & @heytaylorthompsonCOURSE — High-Performance: The Essentials CoursePOD MERCH — The High Performer Shop
One of the ways cancer and it's treatment effects is long lasting fatigue. Unfortunately, managing that fatigue is something that many survivors find challenging to deal with and they end up judging themselves at the idea of resting more than they used to. In this episode, I'm going to share more insights on what contributes to fatigue after breast cancer treatment and why it's not only okay to give yourself permission to nap, but how doing so can actually improve your health. Grab a cozy blanket, listen in and then catch some extra Zs for your body and your brain. Referred to in this episode: Sustained Mild Inflammation in Cancer Survivors: Where to from Here? Suddenly Feel So Tired — Could I Be in Menopause? Napping: Benefits and Tips
Episode Summary: Join hosts Dr. Jocelyn PT and Dr. Jordan DC as they explore the critical topic of metabolic health in children with special guest Dr. Julie Hinman, NP. They discuss the concept of metabolic health in children, offer valuable insights for parents on prevention and management, and share practical habits to promote healthier lifestyles in kids. Guest Information: Hosts: Dr. Jocelyn PT and Dr. Jordan DC Guest: Dr. Julie Hinman, NP Discussion Points: Defining Metabolic Health in Children Prevention and Early Intervention Building Healthy Habits for Kids Navigating the Road to Wellness Listener Engagement: We're eager to hear your thoughts and questions on this episode! Connect with us on social media: Instagram: @vaginadocs X: @thevaginadoc Hashtag: #RealTalkWithTheVaginaDocs TikTok: @thevaginadocs Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Connect With Julie: Email: Julie @soalwellness.com instagram: @juliehinman_soalwellness Website: https://www.soalwellness.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Julie1Hinman LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/julie-hinman-soalwellness/ Julie's House Snacks Bananas Tillamook medium cheddar cheese Natures Bakery Fig Bar MUSH oats Clementines Chobani yogurt drink Hippeas chickpea puffs Bare Baked Crunchy Made Good Granola Minis Celery and carrots pre chopped Good Culture yogurt Bitchin' sauce Doctor Hummus Roasted red pepper hummus Pistachios Sonoma Creamery Peperoni pizza crisps Organic Lunberg Thin Stackers - Red Rice & Quinoa
View the Show Notes Page for This Episode Become a Member to Receive Exclusive Content Sign Up to Receive Peter's Weekly Newsletter In this “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) episode, Peter explores various pharmacologic tools commonly utilized to improve metabolic health and treat diabetes, including SGLT-2 inhibitors, metformin, and GLP-1 agonists. He examines the available data on these drugs, assessing their comparative effectiveness and their potential in the context of lifestyle interventions. Additionally, he offers insights into whether SGLT2 inhibitors hold promise as geroprotective agents beyond their effects on glycemic control. Next, Peter analyzes the relationship between statin usage and the risk of developing insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes, investigating possible causal pathways and providing insights into strategies for risk reduction. He offers insights on monitoring adverse statin effects and evaluating the need for adjustments, ultimately weighing the trade-off between the risk to overall metabolic health against the benefits of reducing apoB levels through statin use. If you're not a subscriber and are listening on a podcast player, you'll only be able to hear a preview of the AMA. If you're a subscriber, you can now listen to this full episode on your private RSS feed or our website at the AMA #53 show notes page. If you are not a subscriber, you can learn more about the subscriber benefits here. We discuss: Pharmacologic tools for improving metabolic health, and the relationship between statins and insulin resistance [2:00]; SGLT-2 inhibitors: how they work and help to manage type 2 diabetes [4:15]; The history of SGLT2 inhibitors – from discovery to the current state [10:15]; Comparing the various FDA-approved SGLT2 inhibitors [15:00]; Other beneficial effects of SGLT2 inhibitors outside of glycemic control [20:15]; Exploring SGLT2 inhibitors as potential geroprotective molecules [22:45]; The side effects and risks associated with SGLT2 inhibitors [31:45]; Medications, lifestyle interventions, and other considerations for treating diabetes and improving metabolic health [37:45]; Metformin as a tool for pre-diabetics, and how metformin compares to lifestyle interventions [44:00]; How GLP-1 agonists compare to metformin and SGLT2 inhibitors in terms of glycemic control and weight loss [49:15]; Exploring the relationship between statin use and the risk of developing insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes [52:30]; Possible mechanisms of statin-induced insulin resistance and diabetes, and potential mitigation strategies [1:04:30]; How to monitor for adverse effects of statin use and assess the need for adjustments [1:11:45]; Weighing the benefits and risks of statin use: does the diabetes risk outweigh the benefits of lowering apoB with a statin? [1:15:30]; Parting thoughts [1:20:45]; and More. Connect With Peter on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and YouTube
In this episode, Ben and Donal discuss the fascinating world of Metabolic Health. Our special guest, Donal Collins, generously takes us on a journey through his own experience with type 2 diabetes, illustrating his remarkable transformation. Donal elaborates on the modifications he implemented, the exceptional results he attained, and how he turned his personal journey into inspiration for others. They discuss the concept of treating disease by promoting good health and addressing their root causes, such as using food as a treatment. Donal provides insights into the adjustments he made in his role as a practising GP and how his priorities have shifted. He also sheds light on the interventions that have been put into action and the remarkable outcomes achieved thus far. Donal offers a glimpse into his future endeavours and outlines his focus for the upcoming years. Introduction (0:09) Donal's journey.. (0:52) Changes that were made.. (5:09) How did you get to what you're doing now? (5:52) Changes Donal made as a practising GP.. (7:23) Donal's change of career.. (8:10) The intervention.. (10:47) Which patients are your focus? (11:42) Initiating the intervention.. (12:52) Success creating more participants.. (14:23) What's next for Donal? (15:17) Any roadblocks? (16:10) Getting in touch.. (18:10) Making a difference.. (18:45) Contact Donal Collins via email here, via twitter here or access his linkedin here. To Access the study click here. For all enquiries about the Ockham podcast, please contact Ben Gowland here.
Mastering Diabetes Using A Low-Fat, Plant-Based, Whole-Food Diet Join Cyrus Khambatta, PHD, as he delves into the world of diabetes management using a low-fat, plant-based, whole-food diet. Cyrus shares insightful details about the metabolic process of insulin resistance, busts common myths, and sheds light on the real villains of diabetes. His revolutionary approach in managing diabetes through dietary changes promises to be a game-changer. Drawing from his personal journey and scientific research, Cyrus offers a practical guide to master your health. #MasteringDiabetes #PlantBasedDiet #WholeFoods Disclaimer:Medical and Health information changes constantly. Therefore, the information provided in this podcast should not be considered current, complete, or exhaustive. Reliance on any information provided in this podcast is solely at your own risk. The Real Truth About Health does not recommend or endorse any specific tests, products, procedures, or opinions referenced in the following podcasts, nor does it exercise any authority or editorial control over that material. The Real Truth About Health provides a forum for discussion of public health issues. The views and opinions of our panelists do not necessarily reflect those of The Real Truth About Health and are provided by those panelists in their individual capacities. The Real Truth About Health has not reviewed or evaluated those statements or claims.
Have you ever noticed how you talk yourself into staying uncomfortable? It happens when you know something in life doesn't feel right. Maybe it's served it's purpose, or maybe you've changed and you need something different or you want to express your need or dream for the first time ever. Then you tell yourself things aren't so bad. You tell yourself you “should” be happy. You “should” be grateful. And in doing that you avoid looking at what is actually happening, and you create low level, long term discomfort. That's the kind of thing that makes us sick. In this episode, I'll talk about why we do that to ourselves and how to stop it. There's a simple beauty in accepting life as it is now and giving yourself permission to stay in it and embrace the truth. Check out this episode and learn to okay with what is so you can make it even better. Referred to in this episode: The Better Than Before Breast Cancer Life Coaching Membership
Ideal Protein Nation!!!! Here is a new EPIC episode of the Life Possible Podcast to renew your motivation, inspiration, and education to fuel your nutrition, weight loss, and Metabolic Health journey! Are you “sick and tired” of feeling “sick and tired?” Do you suffer from common symptoms of Metabolic Dysfunction like lack of energy, increased inflammation, brain fog, mood swings, GI issues, anxiety, and depression? Learn how all these things are related to your Metabolism, and how you can improve them through the nutrition of the Ideal Protein protocol! In this episode, I reunite with the “Metabolic Maven” Wendy White-Stevens for the first of a 2-part series on the “Science and Humanity” of the Ideal Protein protocol! We start this show by reviewing Wendy's amazing personal story of transformation that started with losing over 120 pounds with the Ideal Protein protocol back in 2016!! She shares her initial skepticism, fears, and her deep desire to stop “living life from the sidelines” with obesity and poor Metabolic Health. Then join us as we unravel the concept of Metabolic Health and how it relates to your daily life, and how it “powers your ability to pursue your own Life Possible!” Have you heard the term “Insulin Resistance” on TV and radio and still have no idea what it is or how it affects weight gain, weight loss and Metabolic Health? We will explain in simple terms how this common Metabolic Dysfnction develops and the science behind the powerful metabolic impact of the Ideal Protein protocol!! #idealprotein #metabolichealth #foodismedicine #weightlossishealthcare #nutritionalmetabolicsolution #weightloss #weightlosstransformation #weightlossjourney #IPWeightLossScience #helpforinsulinresistance #insulinresistance
When it comes to managing your blood sugar, a low carbohydrate diet is only part of the picture. Without understanding the other pieces, you can easily find yourself frustrated by thinking you're doing all the things and still not having the result you're hoping for. In this episode, I'll talk about 4 other big players in the game of blood sugar management. There's rarely, if ever something in our body that is affected by just one mechanism and blood sugar is no different. There are other lifestyle factors and the process of aging itself that can have a big impact on blood sugar management. Because this is such an important aspect off metabolic health, you need to have all the pieces of the puzzle so you can take a holistic approach to this critical piece of your health. Listen now and gain more tools to support your amazing body. Referred to in this episode: Better Than Before Breast Cancer Life Coaching Membership #74 The Healing Power of Sleep and What Happens when Sleep Goes Wrong-Part 1 #75 The Healing Power of Sleep and What Happens when Sleep Goes Wrong-Part 2 Tests to determine menopausal status Estrogens and the regulation of glucose metabolism The Impact of Poor Sleep on Type 2 Diabetes Chronic stress puts your health at risk
The personal experience of breast cancer is a powerful thing. It changes minds, lives and relationships. Fortunately, it also motivates many women to reach out and support others who lives are impacted by this disease. In this episode you'll hear the story of a group of women who did exactly that. I'll talk with Ashley Melton-Roth, Founder and CEO of the non-profit, Rebuild a Bitch. Ashley and her team of survivors know the power of coaching and the need for emotional support after a breast cancer diagnosis, so they created an organization to help offer that support to more women. Listen now to hear Ashley's powerful story and her dream has become an incredible resource for women like you to be able to work with her team of coaches (including yours truly). Referred to in this episode: Rebuild a Bitch Follow Rebuild a B on: Facebook Instagram Donate to Rebuildab.org Apply to Rebuildab.org Get the book: Next Level
Dr. Jay Wrigley is a returning guest on our show! Be sure to check out his first appearance on our show on episode 418! Get ready to demystify the world of hormones with Dr. Jay Wrigley, an expert in functional medicine with almost 30 years of experience under his belt. Uncover the often-ignored significance of hormonal imbalances on weight fluctuations and overall health, with a special focus on women going through perimenopause and menopause. Armed with the knowledge of your body's hormones, you'll learn how altering your diet, making lifestyle changes, and incorporating natural supplementation can help restore hormonal harmony.We're taking a deep dive into the benefits of low-carbohydrate diets and how they can be an integral part of your health journey. Dr. Wrigley shares valuable insights on the holistic approach to manage chronic diseases and reinforces the importance of lifestyle coaching in healthcare.To wrap up, we're shining a light on menopause and the impact it has on a woman's dietary needs. We'll discuss how a low-carb diet can be tailored to meet individual needs while still providing essential nutrients. Tune in and take control of your hormonal health and sail through the changes that come with age with confidence and wellness!Find Dr. Jay Wrigley at-https://www.drjaywrigley.com/TW- @hormonedietdocIG- @hormonedietdocFind Boundless Body at- myboundlessbody.com Book a session with us here!
What if there was a way to enhance brain energy metabolism, combat age-related cognitive decline, and even prevent modern health issues like obesity, type 2 diabetes, and cancer? Dom D'Agostino shares the secrets at the intersection of neuroscience and metabolic health, from exploration of the ketogenic diet's potential in preserving neuronal activity even under extreme conditions to his insights on the impacts of space on mitochondria. In our quest for optimal health, we often overlook the importance of metabolic resilience. However, D'Agostino reveals the profound impact of high CO2 levels and oxidative stress on our metabolic health. Through his extensive research and innovative protocols, he sheds light on the incredible benefits of ketones, metabolites, and neurotransmitters in maintaining performance resilience, even in the harshest environments. There's so much he can share about the fascinating connection between nutrition, brain energy metabolism, and cognitive function.Whether as an athlete, astronaut, or simply striving for better health, this conversation provides invaluable insights into how to enhance your metabolic health and thrive under pressure. Plus, don't miss our sneak peek into the upcoming Metabolic Health Summit in Florida, where you can join experts like Dom D'Agostino to learn the latest scientific research and take your health to new heights. Get ready to revolutionize your approach to nutrition and unlock the power of metabolic health.Get to know our guestDom D'Agostino Ph.D. is a well-known and respected figure in the field of ketogenic and metabolic research, particularly significant in the areas of nutrition, metabolism, and the use of ketosis for various applications. He also serves as one of the key figures involved in the organization and presentations at the Metabolic Health Summit."Ketogenic diets are a way to put your body into therapeutic ketosis to give your brain more energy. But it's difficult for patients to follow a ketogenic diet. So we do research on ketogenic diets, but we also do research on ketone supplements. And we think that that's maybe a more appropriate metabolic intervention for that group of people." - Dom D'AgostinoConnect with himhttps://metabolichealthsummit.com/https://ketonutrition.org/ Chances are, you wouldn't be listening to this podcast if you didn't need to change your life and get healthier. So take action right now. Book a call with Dr. Ovadia's team. One small step in the right direction is all it takes to get started. How to connect with Stay Off My Operating Table:Twitter: Dr. Ovadia: @iFixHearts Jack Heald: @JackHeald5 Learn more: Learn more about Dr. Ovadia's personalized health coaching Get Dr. Ovadia's book Stay Off My Operating Table on Amazon. Take Dr. Ovadia's metabolic health quiz: iFixHearts visit Dr. Ovadia's website: Ovadia Heart Health visit Jack Heald's website: CultYourBrand.com Theme Song : Rage AgainstWritten & Performed by Logan Gritton & Colin Gailey(c) 2016 Mercury Retro Recordings
This week I have a very special guest on the show, Holistic Nutritionist, Megan Lyons. Megan and I discuss: Who Megan is and what she does Megan's journey What metabolic health is and why we should be concerned about it Metabolic Syndrome Steps to changing metabolic health after diagnosis Difference in metabolic health for women vs. men Finding what works best for you Ways to reduce cortisol and stress levels What drove Megan to write her book Megan's podcast One last piece of advice to listeners More about Megan: Megan Lyons is a sought-after health & wellness expert who is deeply passionate about inspiring others to feel their healthiest and happiest. Megan is a Harvard graduate, MBA, and former management consultant who left the business world to follow her passion for wellness by opening The Lyons' Share Wellness in 2014. Since then, she's earned a Masters degree in Holistic Nutrition and become Double Board Certified in Holistic Nutrition and Clinical Nutrition. She is currently pursuing a Doctorate of Clinical Nutrition, and has amassed over 10,000 hours of 1-to-1 nutrition consulting with clients internationally. Megan is the author of “Start Here: 7 Easy, Diet-Free Steps to Achieve Your Ultimate Health and Happiness,” a Top 10 Amazon Bestseller in Nutrition, and she runs atop podcast on health and wellness, “Wellness Your Way with Megan Lyons.” Her Revitalize Health Accelerator is a community of health-minded individuals looking to continuously up level their health and wellness. Connect with Megan: Website: https://www.thelyonsshare.org/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheLyonsShareWellness Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thelyonsshare/ Podcast: https://www.thelyonsshare.org/wellness-your-way-podcast/ Wanna know more? Listen in! The Fully Charged 5-Day Challenge is back and it's bigger than ever! Join me from Monday 13th of November for 5 action packed days for your health. All tasks take 15 minutes or less and the best bit, you get to do Pilates with me! Simple, effective and do-able this challenge will help you'll create simple, healthy habits that are 100% doable and give you results. CLICK HERE to join me. Oh, and did I mention there will be prizes!! Haven't subscribed to the podcast yet? Subscribe HERE and never miss an episode. Connect with Kate: Website: www.MindMovementHealth.com.au Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/MindMovementHealth Instagram: http://instagram.com/MindMovementHealth
Need more Vitamin D? Go get some sunshine…right? Not always. This powerful substance supports many important processes in your body but sunshine isn't always enough. There are many factors that affect the levels of active vitamin D in your body. In this Tuesday Terrain talk episode, we'll talk about: -How your body makes and uses vitamin D -What it really does to support your health -How you can get it from food -When you might need to turn to supplementation And -How your unique body may affect your vitamin D levels. Listen now and learn how to make an informed decision when it comes to the sunshine vitamin and your health. Referred to in this episode: Wild Planet Sardines in EVOO Low Vitamin D Levels Meta-analysis of vitamin D, calcium and the prevention of breast cancer 25-hydroxy vitamin D test Vitamin D physiology Vitamin D, Obesity and COVID-19 Colour Counts: Sunlight and Skin Type as Drivers of Vitamin D Deficiency at UK Latitudes Vitamin D deficiency 2.0: an update on the current status worldwide
Today I asked Daniel Crumback of Strategic Health Performance to help clear up some confusion on how to improve longevity as with VO2Max testing, Zone 2 LSD and Zone 5 interval training. Topics we discuss include...and much more to dive into! What health and fitness markers impact our aging process- longevity? What is longevity? How do we measure longevity? Metabolic health markers? How can we learn what WE need personally to improve our aging process? Which lab tests and fitness tests can help predict our longevity or aging VO2 Max- why we need to test it to figure out personalized program to improve longevity (time in zones) What if you are afraid of testing VO2 Max - going to max if non-exerciser? Tips? What are other factors that impact our longevity? Find Daniel at Strategic Health and Performance which is an expert consultancy service specializing in identifying and eliminating physiological and physical limitations. "I work with medical and health professionals, technical and performance coaches, as well as individuals to improve health, function, and performance in all populations from those with medical conditions (e.g., metabolic syndrome, diabetes, obesity, or respiratory conditions) to the elite and professional athlete. Let me help you achieve better health, function and performance effectively and efficiently." https://strategichealthperformance.com/ What is longevity to you?
Ready to have your understanding of BMI flipped on its head? We're diving into an intriguing study that suggests a BMI lower than 25 might be linked with decreased mortality. That's right, what you've been told about the ideal BMI could be all wrong. We also tackle the waist to hip ratio, showing you how to measure it and why it might be a better health marker than BMI. So, grab a tape measure and prepare for a health knowledge overhaul.
Today, I am blessed to have here with me Cynthia Thurlow. Cynthia Thurlow is a nurse practitioner, nutrition, and intermittent fasting expert, and two-time TEDx speaker. She is deeply committed to assisting women in achieving well-being via the healing power of nutrition and fasting. Cynthia believes that you may feel better tomorrow than you do now and wants to empower you to do so! Cynthia spent nearly 20 years in clinical medicine, working in both the emergency room and cardiology. Cynthia began to think more about the root causes of chronic health concerns, despite her appreciation for mainstream medicine's ability to treat disease and save lives. She quickly saw the importance of the connection between food and her patients' health. Cynthia pursued additional nutrition and functional testing training to help others achieve maximum health. This episode takes a deep dive into protein, mTor vs autophagy, biochemical individuality and more. / / E P I S O D E S P ON S O R S Wild Pastures: $20 OFF per Box for Life + Free Shipping for Life + $15 OFF your 1st Box! https://wildpastures.com/promos/save-20-for-life-lf?oid=6&affid=132&source_id=podcast&sub1=ad BonCharge: Blue light Blocking Glasses, Red Light Therapy, Sauna Blankets & More. Visit https://boncharge.com/pages/ketokamp and use the coupon code KETOKAMP for 15% off your order. Text me the words "Podcast" +1 (786) 364-5002 to be added to my contacts list. [14:00] What's the Importance of Protein to Aging and Metabolic Health? ● Protein is a critical macronutrient, especially as we age, as it helps stimulate muscle protein synthesis and maintain lean muscle tissue. ● Contrary to previous beliefs, older individuals need more protein to combat muscle loss and support insulin sensitivity. ● The minimum recommended protein intake per meal is 30 grams for most people, with some individuals requiring more based on their needs. ● Properly understanding portion sizes and macronutrient combinations is essential for optimizing protein intake. ● Inadequate protein consumption may contribute to the metabolic health crisis, emphasizing the importance of including enough protein in one's diet as they age. [18:06] Change Your Perspective and Support Your Overall Health! ● Cancer is a multifactorial disease influenced by various factors, including diet, lifestyle, environmental exposures, and even emotional health. ● Fixating on a single aspect, such as excess protein intake and mTOR activation, oversimplifies the complex nature of cancer development. ● Chronic and habitual one-meal-a-day (OMAD) fasting can lead to metabolic distress, muscle loss, and hinder metabolic health. ● Individuals must shift away from restrictive dieting and nourish their bodies with adequate nutrition to support overall health. ● Society's disordered relationship with food, body image, and weight contributes to unhealthy dietary and lifestyle practices and the rise of unhealthy diet culture. [29:35] Here's What You Need To Know About Animal and Plant-Based Protein ● The amino acid composition of animal-based protein is superior to that of plant-based protein. ● When choosing plant-based protein, it's essential to be cautious about consuming excessive carbohydrates to meet protein intake goals. ● Metabolic health and insulin sensitivity are significant in determining the ability to handle plant-based protein, particularly for those in perimenopause and menopause. ● The Protein Leverage Hypothesis highlights the importance of adequate protein intake for satiety and blood sugar regulation. ● Starting the day with a higher protein meal can lead to greater satiety and reduced cravings throughout the day, promoting healthier eating habits. [35:25] How Do You Get More Protein while Intermittent Fasting? Check this out! ● Adjust your fasting and feeding windows to make it more manageable to consume an adequate amount of protein. ● Slowly increase protein intake to reach your target, especially if you are metabolically healthy. ● Use tracking apps like Chronometer to get a clear picture of your daily protein intake. ● Consider incorporating a high-quality protein shake or amino acids if you struggle to meet your protein goals through whole foods. ● Bio-individuality plays a significant role in choosing protein sources and added ingredients, so find what works best for your digestion and preferences. [46:14] Fasting for Menopausal Women and Its Benefits and Considerations ● Focus on managing stress and improving sleep before diving into fasting for postmenopausal women. ● Fasting should be considered one of many strategies and should not be added without addressing foundational issues like sleep and stress. ● Individualize fasting strategies for postmenopausal women and use them as a beneficial stressor rather than overloading the body. ● Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is a valid option for menopausal women but should be approached with informed decision-making and working with healthcare providers. ● Understand the hormonal changes in the body during menopause and their influence on fasting and health, including estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone. [56:08] Strategic Application of Stressors: Hormesis and Fasting ● Utilize hormetic stressors like fasting, exercise, and cold exposure to promote resilience and strength. ● Be strategic with stressors by understanding genetic susceptibility and personal tolerances. ● For some, long fasting, categorized as more than 24 hours, may not be suitable, especially for lean middle-aged individuals, due to concerns about muscle loss. ● Consider gender-specific and age-specific factors when determining the best fasting regimens. ● Monitor health markers, including muscle mass and immune system function, to make informed decisions about fasting strategies. [1:02:00] Achieving Autophagy and Hormetic Stress ● While eating breakfast can be challenging for some, the goal is to consume most of your daily calories earlier, optimizing cortisol levels and insulin sensitivity. ● The timing of meals affects the body's balance of hormones like ghrelin and leptin. ● Blue light exposure, especially at night, can disrupt hormonal rhythms and affect hunger hormones. ● Scientific studies may vary in their findings regarding hormone levels, but real-world results and individual experiences should guide your eating schedule. ● Monitoring your feelings, energy levels, weight loss, mood, and sleep quality is crucial in determining the right breakfast timing. [1:09:00] What effects on your health do environmental toxins have? Reduce Your Risk! ● HRV (Heart Rate Variability) varies significantly from person to person due to genetic and individual factors, making it crucial to establish a personal baseline and progress over time. ● Comparing your HRV to others can lead to frustration and unrealistic expectations, as it's heavily influenced by age, genetics, and other factors. ● Environmental factors, such as mold exposure and EMF radiation, can profoundly affect health, leading to symptoms like poor sleep, weight gain, and inflammation. ● Sensitivity to environmental stressors differs among individuals, making some more like "canaries in the coal mine" who react strongly to these exposures. ● Identifying and addressing environmental contributors to health issues is vital to a holistic approach to well-being. AND MUCH MORE! 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I am delighted to have my friend, colleague, and mentor, JJ Virgin, joining me on the podcast again today! She last appeared in Episode 112, back in August 2020. JJ is a thriving and influential health and wellness expert. She is a multiple New York Times best-selling author and triple board-certified nutrition expert who earned a place in the Fitness Hall of Fame. In our conversation today, we debunk some common misconceptions around weight loss, discussing the role of muscle and examining the importance of macro management- particularly in the context of perimenopause and menopause. We explore the art of aging powerfully and share some great hacks for navigating middle age, including our favorite supplements, like creatine monohydrate. We also look into the value of doing flexibility work like Pilates and yoga, the latest research on grip strength and its implications for overall strength, and the impact of chronic stress, and we share some effective strategies for tackling cellulite. Stay tuned for more! IN THIS EPISODE YOU WILL LEARN: Where have we gone wrong with weight loss? The optimal amount of strength training for perimenopausal and menopausal women How changing your macros in middle age is the key to mastering your metabolism, maintaining muscle, and maintaining insulin sensitivity Three things that must happen for you to age powerfully Why is it best to eat the protein in a meal first? Foods that positively impact the metabolism The benefits of taking a creatine monohydrate supplement How Pilates and yoga help with flexibility, strength, and muscle-building How grip strength correlates with overall strength The importance of thinking strategically about how we move as we get older How to counter the effects of stress and chronic cortisol elevation during perimenopause and menopause How to deal with cellulite Connect with Cynthia Thurlow Twitter Instagram LinkedIn Check out Cynthia's website Submit your questions to email@example.com Connect with JJ Virgin website The Well Beyond Forty podcast Protein Calculator Previous Episode Mentioned Ep. 112 – Your Body Is Not A Bank Account – with JJ Virgin
How many times have you found yourself labeling food as “good” or “bad”? How often have you felt guilty or ashamed of yourself for making a “bad” choice or doing the “wrong” thing when it comes to what you eat? The fear of food is a real thing, and it can lead to a lot of unhealthy behaviors like, oddly enough, eating more of what you think of as “bad” food because…why not go all in? But it can also increase stress when it comes to making healthy decisions around food. In this Tuesday Terrain Talk episode, I'll give you some food facts that you might find surprising, and by the end of the show I hope you'll have a new perspective on thinking about food. I'll offer you a different way to think about and approach food that will hopefully reduce stress and improve your food choices at the same time. Check it out now. Referred to in this episode: The 5-Day Sugar Reset
Welcome to Protecting Your Nest with Dr. Tony Hampton. Dr. Funmmy Awoyomi is a PGY3 Internal Medicine Resident at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center in New Jersey specializing in the field of integrative medicine. Her work involves metabolic support for heart failure, LVAD, ECMO, heart transplant, lung transplant, wound care, and bariatric surgery. She is interested in metabolic strategies for restoring health and reversing obesity, metabolic mapping, chronic disease management, and pathways toward eliminating food deserts and health disparities. In this discussion, Drs. Tony and Funmmy talk about: (02:56) Favorite travel destinations (04:38) Gastronomy (06:16) LVAD and ECMO (09:17) The Metabolic Health education landscape (12:47) How Dr. Funmmy discovered the keto diet and became interested in metabolic health (17:01) Nigerian culture, food, and beauty standards (20:58) Things that Dr. Funmmy wishes she could see changed with regard to her patients and her practice (23:47) The growing appreciation for and acceptance of the keto diet among doctors (27:14) Intermittent fasting (30:10) Grains and enriched foods (33:16) Sleep hygiene (38:53) Dealing with stress (43:18) Health equity and inclusion (48:15) Spreading the metabolic health message Thank you for listening to Protecting Your Nest. For additional resources and information, please see the links below. Links: Dr. Funmmy Awoyomi: Instagram Podcast (That Metabolic Guy) Dr. Tony Hampton: Linktree Instagram Account LinkedIn Account Ritmos Negros Podcast Q Med Symposium for Metabolic Health Lectures How Waking Up Every Day at 4:30 Can Change Your Life
If I could delete a belief that limits change and happiness in people's lives I think it would be all or nothing. When we think we have to do it all, we often end up doing nothing, because it isn't possible to do it all, especially all at once. In this episode I‘ll share some insights on the results I have witnessed from all or none thinking and how both thoughts usually land us in the same place. More importantly, I'll offer you the one belief that will not only set you free from the vicious cycle of all or none thinking, but it will give you the support you need to transform your life. Referred to in this episode: Better Than Before Breast Cancer Life Coaching Membership
About The Guest(s):Carly Hayes is a registered dietitian nutritionist and the lead dietitian at Nutrisense, a metabolic health company that uses continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) technology to provide real-time data to clients. She specializes in bariatric nutrition therapy and has helped the company grow from two dietitians to a team of over 20 within the first year.Summary:Carly Hayes discusses the importance of metabolic health and how it is connected to longevity and overall well-being. Metabolic health refers to how our metabolism processes energy and uses the food we eat to fuel our bodies. Less than 7% of Americans are metabolically healthy, indicating a widespread issue with the efficiency of our metabolism. Monitoring blood sugar, or glucose, is a key aspect of metabolic health, as it provides valuable information about how our bodies are processing food. Continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) technology allows individuals to track their blood sugar levels in real-time and make informed decisions about their diet and lifestyle to optimize metabolic health. Carly explains how CGM can be used to identify patterns and trends in blood sugar response to different foods and activities, and how this information can be used to make meaningful changes to improve metabolic health.Key Takeaways:Metabolic health is crucial for longevity and overall well-being.Less than 7% of Americans are metabolically healthy.Glucose monitoring provides valuable information about how our bodies process food.Continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) technology allows real-time tracking of blood sugar levels.CGM can help identify patterns and trends in blood sugar response to different foods and activities.Personalized nutrition and lifestyle changes can optimize metabolic health.Quotes:"Less than 7% of Americans are metabolically healthy.""Glucose is the main metric that involves metabolic health.""Glucose monitoring provides real-time data on how your body responds to different foods and activities.""CGM allows you to see how your decisions impact your metabolism and blood sugar levels.""Metabolic health is the key to living a healthy lifespan and achieving optimal health."See this video on The Transform Your Mind YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/@MyhelpsUs/videosTo see a transcripts of this audio as well as links to all the advertisers on the show page https://blog.myhelps.us/Follow Transform Your Mind on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/myrnamyoung/Follow Transform Your mind on Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100063738390977Please leave a rating and review on iTunes https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/transform-your-mind/id1144973094
Dr. Casey Means is the Chief Medical Officer and Co-founder of the metabolic health company Levels. She chats with Dr. Anthony Gustin about the eight “pillars” of metabolic health and how to reach your peak state. Metabolic dysfunction is at the root of almost all modern health conditions. Those diseases are responsible for 9/10 of the leading causes of death in the US. So Dr. Gustin and Dr. Casey kick off their conversation by discussing the two biggest ways society is harming our cells and underpowering our bodies. Then they explore what it takes to overcome those obstacles, stop being a “product” for corporations to exploit, and take back your health. Along the way, the pair discuss topics like: The problematic concept of exercise What people don't understand about prediabetes The truth about triglycerides vs. LDL cholesterol How to assess your metabolic health (& the most important test to get) Leveraging CGM data as an effective biofeedback tool (it's more than noticing blood sugar spikes) The best tips to improve your metabolic health, from easy to advanced How to win a free Levels kit! Resources mentioned in this episode: Dr. Casey Means' company Levels Dr. Casey's Instagram and Twitter Dr. Casey's giveaway: Enter to Win a Free Levels Kit!