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    Your Better Life
    Ep 174: Do Obesity Drugs Work?

    Your Better Life

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 49:51


    Get 10% off and free shipping off your entire order at www.thesimplelifenow.com with coupon code: podcast10 Make sure to check out my book and get the real facts on weight loss and being healthy The Simple Life Guide to Optimal Healthhttps://thesimplelifenow.com/product/the-simple-life-guide-to-optimal-health-softcover/ Want LIVE videos, early access to my podcasts and 100% ad free recordings? Only $4.99/mo! Become A Member Join Now – INstant access! https://vimeo.com/724228025 Topics Discussed: * Why are we so obese in America. * Understanding how drug companies really operate and why. * Do Pharma drugs have a place in weight loss. * How many obesity drugs are currently on the market. * What the NIH says about weight loss and obesity drugs. * What are some of the side effects of obesity drugs. * Do the side effects outweigh the positive effects. * Are obesity drugs a possible answer to the crisis. * What is the real answer when it comes to being healthy. * Do shortcuts work or do they do more harm than good. Link to NIH website data: https://www.niddk.nih.gov/health-information/weight-management/prescription-medications-treat-overweight-obesity#available Episode Resources: Get 10% off and free shipping off your entire order at www.thesimplelifenow.com with coupon code: podcast10 Support The Simple Life Podcast and enjoy it ad free by being a member and subscriber at: https://thesimplelifenow.com/register/the-simple-life-membership/ Show Sponsors which helps keep this show free! *Use special promo code WATPVT15 with link below for We The People Holsters and get 15% off your order!  * Use special promo code AFFILTRX15 with the link below for TRX Training Systems and get 15% off your order! https://thesimplelifenow.com/wethepeople/https://thesimplelifenow.com/mitoredlight/https://thesimplelifenow.com/relaxsaunas/https://thesimplelifenow.com/mypatriotsupply/https://thesimplelifenow.com/trx-training/https://thesimplelifenow.com/acre-gold/https://thesimplelifenow.com/berkeyfilters/https://thesimplelifenow.com/wholelattelove/https://thesimplelifenow.com/kuiu/ * Or you can see all the show sponsors in one convenient place here: https://thesimplelifenow.com/sponsors/ * See what Gary is reading and his recommended reading list here: https://thesimplelifenow.com/reading/ Donate to The Simple Life cause: https://thesimplelifenow.com/product-category/consulting/#donateWhere to send your questions: contact@thesimplelifenow.com The Simple Life Rumble page: https://rumble.com/user/TheSimpleLifeThe Simple Life Website: https://www.thesimplelifenow.com Make sure to signup and be a member of The Simple Life Insider's Circle at: https://www.thesimplelifenow.com/the-simple-life/

    The Gary Null Show
    The Gary Null Show - 07.05.22

    The Gary Null Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 57:13


    video: 1. 87% of Clinical Trial Data Hidden from Medical Journals; Fmr FDA Director: Not Our Job to Correct Faulty Drug Data in Articles – Roman Balmakov from Matter of Fact  (10:00) 2. Sotomayor Voices Strong Defense Of Clarence Thomas (4:17) 3. Lara Logan Rapid Fires Truth Bombs On Ukraine Propaganda & The Democrat Narratives Of The Day (2:57) 4. There was an unexpected 40% increase in ‘all cause deaths' in 2021 (8:28) 5. New Rule: I Want My Lawyer! | Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO) ( 8:27)   Resveratrol may turn white fat into ‘healthier' brown-like fat Washington State University, June 26, 2022 Resveratrol, a polyphenol from grapes and red wine, may convert excess white fat into calorie-burning brown-like fat, suggests a new study from Washington State University. According to data from lab mice, supplementing a high fat diet with resveratrol reduced weight gain by about 40% compared with control mice fed the high fat diet only. Professor Min Du and his co-workers demonstrated that mice fed a diet containing 0.1% resveratrol were able to change their excess white fat into the active, energy-burning ‘beige' fat. The researchers also showed that an enzyme called AMPK, which regulates the body's energy metabolism, stimulates this transition of white fat into the brown-like fat.  “We provide evidence that resveratrol induces the formation of brown-like adipocytes in mouse [white adipose tissue in the groin] by increasing the expression of genes specific to brown adipocytes and stimulating fatty acid oxidation, which appeared to be primarily mediated by AMPK-alpha1,” wrote the researchers in the International Journal of Obesity   “These data demonstrate, in addition to the inhibition of adipogenesis and stimulation of lipolysis, a novel browning role of resveratrol in white adipose tissue, which contributes to the beneficial effects of resveratrol in metabolism. Higher serum antioxidant vitamins predict lower risk of respiratory illness and mortality National Institutes of Health, July 1 2022.  A pooled analysis published in Respiratory Research concluded that having lower serum levels of vitamins C and E was associated with a greater risk of suffering from wheeze or respiratory diseases, and that lower vitamin A, C and D were associated with an increased risk of dying from respiratory diseases. Paivi M. Salo and colleagues analyzed data from 16,218 men and women who participated in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey III (NHANES III), and 17,838 adults who were continuous NHANES participants who had information available concerning at least one serum antioxidant vitamin level.  Forty-two percent of the participants reported using vitamin supplements.  Lower vitamin C levels were associated with a greater risk of wheeze. Among smokers, lower levels of the alpha-tocopherol form of vitamin E were associated with increased wheeze and chronic bronchitis/emphysema.  A higher risk of death from chronic lower respiratory disease was associated with lower levels of vitamin C. Among smokers with lower levels of 25-hydroxyvitamin D, chronic lower respiratory disease and influenza/pneumonia deaths were increased. Greater influenza and pneumonia mortality was also associated with lower vitamin A levels. In pooled analysis of NHANES III and continuous NHANEs participants, vitamin C deficiency doubled the risk of dying from influenza or pneumonia in comparison with sufficiency.  Eat dark chocolate to beat the midday slump? Northern Arizona University, July 1, 2022 Larry Stevens eats a piece of high-cacao content chocolate every afternoon, which is in part because he has developed a taste for the unsweetened dark chocolate. Research shows that eating a piece of high-cacao content chocolate every afternoon lowers blood pressure and his new study reveals that it improves attention, which is especially important when hitting that midday slump. The study, published in the journal NeuroRegulation, examines the acute effects of chocolate on attentional characteristics of the brain and the first-ever study of chocolate consumption performed using electroencephalography, or EEG technology. EEG studies take images of the brain while it is performing a cognitive task and measure the brain activity. Stevens and his colleagues in the Department of Psychological Sciences performed the EEG study with 122 participants between the ages of 18 and 25 years old. The researchers examined the EEG levels and blood pressure effects of consuming a 60 percent cacao confection compared with five control conditions. The results for the participants who consumed the 60 percent cacao chocolate showed that the brain was more alert and attentive after consumption. Their blood pressure also increased for a short time. The most interesting results came from one of the control conditions, a 60 percent cacao chocolate which included L-theanine, an amino acid found in green tea that acts as a relaxant. This combination hasn't been introduced to the market yet, so you won't find it on the candy aisle. But it is of interest to Hershey and the researchers. “L-theanine is a really fascinating product that lowers blood pressure and produces what we call alpha waves in the brain that are very calm and peaceful,” Stevens said. “We thought that if chocolate acutely elevates blood pressure, and L-theanine lowers blood pressure, then maybe the L-theanine would counteract the short-term hypertensive effects of chocolate.” For participants who consumed the high-cacao content chocolate with L-theanine, researchers recorded an immediate drop in blood pressure. “It's remarkable. The potential here is for a heart healthy chocolate confection that contains a high level of cacao with L-theanine that is good for your heart, lowers blood pressure and helps you pay attention,” Stevens said. Only seven percent of adults have good cardiometabolic health Tufts University, July 1, 2022 Less than 7 percent of the U.S. adult population has good cardiometabolic health, a devastating health crisis requiring urgent action, according to research led by a team from the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University in a pioneering perspective on cardiometabolic health trends and disparities published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.  Researchers evaluated Americans across five components of health: levels of blood pressure, blood sugar, blood cholesterol, adiposity (overweight and obesity), and presence or absence of cardiovascular disease (heart attack, stroke, etc.). They found that only 6.8 percent of U.S. adults had optimal levels of all five components as of 2017-2018. Among these five components, trends between 1999 and 2018 also worsened significantly for adiposity and blood glucose. In 1999, 1 out of 3 adults had optimal levels for adiposity (no overweight or obesity); that number decreased to 1 out of 4 by 2018. Likewise, while 3 out of 5 adults didn't have diabetes or prediabetes in 1999, fewer than 4 out of 10 adults were free of these conditions in 2018. The study looked at a nationally representative sample of about 55,000 people aged 20 years or older from the 10 most recent cycles of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey.  Generations Were Raised To Believe Processed Fruit Juice Was Health Food When It's Actually Junk Food Prevent Disease, June 30, 2022 There was a time when fruit juices were marketed as the ultimate health drink. A glass of sunshine packed with vitamins and energy. However, one of the great scams of the industrial food cartel is the so-called “fresh” juices sold in supermarkets. Many of these “fresh” juices can be stored for a year, so how fresh are they? The idea goes back to the 1920s, when American nutritionist Elmer McCollum blamed a condition called acidosis, an excess of acid in the blood, on diets rich in bread and meat. His solution was lots of lettuce and — paradoxically — citrus fruits. At the time orange juice was not hugely popular, but juice got an even bigger boost thanks to World War II when the U.S. Government wanted a new way to get a product rich in vitamin C to troops overseas. It poured money into research.  In 1947 — just in time for the post-war consumer boom — scientists invented a way to remove water from juice and freeze the concentrate into a palatable product.  The blocks of this concentrate could be sold to the new fridge-owning U.S. consumers or stored by manufacturers for months at a time, and sales exploded.  Turns out there's a lot more to making juice than simply squeezing some citrus. As part of the mass-production process, big-name brands like Tropicana, Minute Maid, Simply Orange, and Florida's Natural add artificial flavouring in order to make sure your juice tastes consistent from carton to carton–and to make sure it tastes like oranges. Pasteurized, not-from-concentrate orange juice takes up a lot of storage space. In order to keep it from spoiling without adding chemical preservatives, the companies “deaerate” (or strip the oxygen out of) the juice. (Another surprise: During production, deaerated juice often sit in million-gallon tanks for as long as a year before it hits supermarket shelves.) The process strips the juice of flavour, which has to be added afterwards.  Findings of a Consumer Reports investigation about arsenic and lead levels in apple juice and grape juice have prompted the organization to call for government standards to limit consumers' exposure to these toxins. Mediterranean diet plus olive oil or nuts associated with improved cognitive function Institute of Biomedical Investigations (Spain), July 2, 2022 Supplementing the plant-based Mediterranean diet with antioxidant-rich extra virgin olive oil or mixed nuts was associated with improved cognitive function in a study of older adults in Spain but the authors warn more investigation is needed, according to an article published by JAMA Internal Medicine. Previous research suggests following a Mediterranean diet may relate to better cognitive function and a lower risk of dementia. However, the observational studies that have examined these associations have limitations, according to the study background. Emilio Ros, M.D., Ph.D., of the Institut d'Investigacions Biomediques and coauthors compared a Mediterranean diet supplemented with olive oil or nuts with a low-fat control diet. The randomized clinical trial included 447 cognitively healthy volunteers (223 were women; average age was nearly 67 years) who were at high cardiovascular risk and were enrolled in the Prevencion con Dieta Mediterranea nutrition intervention. Of the participants, 155 individuals were assigned to supplement a Mediterranean diet with one liter of extra virgin olive oil per week; 147 were assigned to supplement a Mediterranean diet with 30 grams per day of a mix of walnuts, hazelnuts and almonds; and 145 individuals were assigned to follow a low-fat control diet. The study found that individuals assigned to the low-fat control diet had a significant decrease from baseline in all composites of cognitive function. Compared with the control group, the memory composite improved significantly in the Mediterranean diet plus nuts, while the frontal and global cognition composites improved in the Mediterranean diet plus olive oil group. The authors note the changes for the two Mediterranean diet arms in each composite were more like each other than when comparing the individual Mediterranean diet groups with the low-fat diet control group. “Our results suggest that in an older population a Mediterranean diet supplemented with olive oil or nuts may counter-act age-related cognitive decline. 

    Fasting For Life
    Ep. 132 - Intermittent Energy Restriction Ameliorates Adipose Tissue-associated Inflammation in Adults with Obesity | Benefits of Fasting When Compared to a Low Calorie Type Diet or Caloric Restriction | Free Intermittent Fasting Plan for OMAD

    Fasting For Life

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 22:51


    ***JOIN THE FASTING LIFESTYLE CHALLENGE THAT STARTS JULY 20, 2022! -New to fasting or want to get back on track? -Struggling to break through a plateau? -Ready to finally stop obsessing about your diet? We'll teach you how to finally LOSE weight for good and use 'fast cycling' to achieve uncommon results! Join us JUNE 1st for the Fasting Lifestyle Challenge!  REGISTER HERE! Click the Link for DATES, DETAILS, and FAQ's! https://www.thefastingforlife.com/live   In this episode, Dr. Scott and Tommy discuss some of the additional benefits of fasting when compared to a low-calorie type diet or caloric restriction, intermittent energy restriction ameliorates adipose tissue-associated inflammation in adults with obesity.   Show Transcript: www.thefastingforlife.com/blog   Let's continue the conversation. Click the link below to JOIN the Fasting For Life Community, a group of likeminded, new and experienced fasters! The first two rules of fasting need not apply!   Fasting For Life Community - Join HERE   This week in the community…   New to the podcast and wondering where to start? Head to the website and download our FREE Fast Start Guide, 6 simple steps to put One Meal a Day Fasting (OMAD) into practice!   Maybe you are an experienced faster and wondering about your results and IF they could be linked to INSULIN resistance? Head over to the website and download our FREE Insulin Resistance Assessment!   Or get both here at our website:  www.thefastingforlife.com/resources   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 makes a difference in helping bring you the best original content each week. We also really enjoy reading them!   Sign up for the Fasting For Life newsletter at www.thefastingforlife.com   Follow Fasting For Life: www.facebook.com/thefastingforlife www.instagram.com/thefastingforlife   Join the Community on Facebook!   Reference Links: Intermittent energy restriction ameliorates adipose tissue-associated inflammation in adults with obesity: A randomised controlled trial https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28446382/

    'The Mo Show' Podcast
    Mohamed Mostafa | The Mo Show 61 | Wellbeing, Emotions and Weight-loss

    'The Mo Show' Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 60:05


    Mohamed, a health coach who is dedicated to helping his clients reach a healthy weight in a holistic and natural way. Obesity is a serious problem, and according to Mohamed, negative mindsets and emotional barriers are generally to blame. On this episode, they discuss fatherhood, returning to Saudi after the pandemic, mental health, emotional eating, and other topics revolving around health and wellness.

    The Motherkind Podcast
    MOMENT | How to take the pressure off at mealtimes with Rhiannon Lambert

    The Motherkind Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 6:18


    Welcome back to Motherkind Moment. Moment is your place on a Monday for calm and connection and maybe even a shift in perspective before the week ahead. This week's Moment is with the wonderful Rhiannon Lambert where she shares why we need to stop stressing about mealtimes. I really needed this one. I hope it helps. You can listen to the clip by clicking above or the full episode here. GROUP COACHING PROGRAMME - STARTS 14th OF SEPTEMBER 2022 Our next round of group coaching starts on the 14the of September. If you want to be coached by me and feel like now is your time. I'd love for you to join us. It is a small group of 10 who come together for 8 weeks led by me to explore topics like boundaries, energy, values journaling and much more. It is going to help you find clarity, connection and community. Head to motherkind.co for more information. ABOUT RHIANNON LAMBERT Rhiannon Lambert BSc MSc RNutr is one of the UK's leading nutritionists, a best-selling author and chart-topping podcast host. In 2016 she founded Rhitrition, a renowned Harley Street clinic, which specialises in weight management, gut health, sports nutrition, eating disorders, and pre-and post-natal nutrition. Registered with the Association for Nutrition, Rhiannon obtained a first-class degree in Nutrition and Health, a Master's degree in Obesity, Risks and Prevention, and diplomas in sports nutrition, pre-and post-natal nutrition. She is a Master Practitioner in Eating Disorders, accredited by The British Psychological Society and a Level 3 Personal Trainer. Rhiannon hosts the top-rated ‘Food for Thought' podcast, which gives listeners practical, evidence-based advice on how to achieve a healthier lifestyle. With more than five million downloads since 2018, it is firmly established as one of the UK's most popular health podcasts.

    Podcast Notes Playlist: Latest Episodes
    #212 - The neuroscience of obesity | Stephan Guyenet, Ph.D.

    Podcast Notes Playlist: Latest Episodes

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 144:59


    Drive with Dr. Peter Attia Podcast Notes Key Takeaways “More than half of U.S. adults will be classified as actually having obesity at some point in their life if the current context is maintained. You see the same thing with type 2 diabetes.” – Dr. Stephan GuyenetThere is no demographic in the U.S. adults where we have not gotten much fatter over the last few decades – regardless of income, education, or geography – we're getting fatter than we wereObesity is highly heritable (about 75%) and preservedDifferences in body fatness between individuals are primarily determined by differences in how the brain is constructed and operatesAny time you eat something sweet, that food substance causes neuropod cells in the gut to send parallel signals to the brain which activates dopamine and tells us to seek out and eat more sweet foodsDietary tribal ideology can hold you back from finding the right foods for your bodyThe distribution of fat in the body is more related to insulin signaling; the total amount of fat in the body is related to energy intakeThe types of foods most addictive are generally a mix of carbohydrates and fat in optimal concentration which triggers dopamine and activates seeking behaviorWhen it comes to nutrition, author credentials are not indicative of the quality of information and publishers do not fact-check – be diligent and unbiased in your review or check out Red Pen Reviews (free to public)Read the full notes @ podcastnotes.org View the Show Notes Page for This Episode Become a Member to Receive Exclusive Content Sign Up to Receive Peter's Weekly Newsletter Stephan Guyenet is a neuroscientist focused on the neuroscience of obesity and energy homeostasis.  He is the author of the book, The Hungry Brain and founder/director of Red Pen Reviews. In this episode, Stephan explains how obesity has changed phenotypically over the course of human history as well as what might explain the dramatic increase in prevalence of obesity in the last few decades. He talks in depth about the role of genetics, the brain, and hormones like leptin play in the regulation of fat mass. He dives deep into two common theories of obesity—the carbohydrate-insulin model and the energy balance model and provides his take on which theory has stronger evidence. Additionally, he provides insights on how we're hard-wired to think about food and the consequences of modern foods designed for maximal pleasure. Finally, he goes through the factors that affect body weight, set points, and provides takeaways for people wanting to take advantage of what we know about the brain's role in regulating our body weight. We discuss: Stephan's neuroscience background and his focus on the nuances of obesity [2:15]; How obesity has changed for humans throughout history [8:00]; The association between obesity and adverse health outcomes, the “obesity paradox,” and confounders when relating BMI to longevity [14:00]; The sharp increase in obesity across demographics [23:30]; The hypothalamus and its role in obesity [30:00];  The role of the hormone leptin in obesity [40:00]; The genetic component of obesity [46:30]; Understanding the tendency of humans to store fat through an evolutionary lens [57:00];   The hedonic aspect of food, and how the brain reacts to modern, highly-rewarding foods [1:03:30]; How we are hard-wired to think about food [1:14:30]; A review of the “Carnivore diet” [1:21:45]; The energy balance model, carbohydrate-insulin model, and unifying the theories around adiposity [1:34:15]; Body weight set points: a hypothetical comparison of two individuals [1:41:45]; Takeaways for people who want to lose weight and keep it off [1:48:30]; Evidence that favors the energy balance model of weight gain [1:56:00]; The synergistic effect of fat and carbohydrates and observations that a low-fat diet or a low-carb diet can cause weight loss [2:04:30]; Red Pen Reviews [2:11:00]; More. Connect With Peter on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and YouTube

    Morning Air
    Fr. Bob Pagliari, Independence, Freedom & virtue of Consideration/ Dr. David Bissonnette, Obesity and Spirituality/ Bishop Daniel Mueggenborg, Sunday's Gospel Reflection

    Morning Air

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 50:34


    7/1/22 6am CT Hour John and Sarah chat about the 4th of July and the Pope's reflection on the elderly. Fr. Bob reminds us to be charitable to those who disagree with us and passes out Holy homework to reflect on the flag and ask others what you can do for them. Dr. Bissonnette talks about lack of belief in God and the breakdown of the family and how it can lead to obesity in parents and kids as well as despair in our country. Bishop Mueggenborg explains how we can use the buddy system to stay on track with following Jesus and be held accountable so as not to just do what makes us popular but what we are called to do.

    Rio Bravo qWeek
    Episode 100 - Sexercise

    Rio Bravo qWeek

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 21:56


    Episode 100: Sexercise. Written by Valerie Civelli, MD. Comments by Namdeep Grewal, MD; and Hector Arreaza, MD. Have you ever wondered if sex is a good workout? Drs. Civelli, Grewal and Arreaza discuss the topic based on evidence offered by science. The following episode is not recommended for young children or people who consider sex a sensitive topic. This is the Rio Bravo qWeek Podcast, your weekly dose of knowledge brought to you by the Rio Bravo Family Medicine Residency Program from Bakersfield, California. Our program is affiliated with UCLA, and it's sponsored by Clinica Sierra Vista, Let Us Be Your Healthcare Home. This podcast was created for educational purposes only. Visit your primary care provider for additional medical advice.___________________________Sexercise. Written by Valerie Civelli, MD. Comments by Namdeep Grewal, MD; and Hector Arreaza, MD. A: If I say “bow chika wow wow” what's the first thing that comes to mind? The Chipmunks movie right?B: Yes, exactly, I can hear Alvin in his high-pitched voice, [higher tone] “bowchicka wow wow”. For those of you unfamiliar with this movie, don't feel too left out because even Alvin was hinting to exactly what you're thinking.A: Yep, we're going there today people.  Let's talk about sex.  Medically speaking of course. B: That's right because 1. If you're doing it, your risk for heart attacks and strokes are decreased after age 50 and 2. If you're not doing it, ask you're doctor, we should be discussing it and why not.A: Yes, that is the guideline-directed recommendation actually. We're recognizing more and more the importance of sexual activity in medicine and its impact on overall health, quality of life and even level of risk for mortality. However, given the sensitive nature of sexuality, few studies have been done to better correlate and define exactly what this means for our health specifically. Sex can be an embarrassing topic to discuss by patients, doctors and researchers which has been largely influenced by culture, religion and other societal norms.  Well, today let's break this proverbial glass. B: I agree, let's talk about sexuality activity and what research do we have.A: It has been said that Dr. Masters and Dr. Johnson were the earliest pioneers of this type of investigation. They published the first study of its kind in 1966, which examined the physiological responses of sexual activity. This was an 11-year observational study involving 382 females, ages 18 to 78, and 312 male volunteers, 21 to 89 years of age. The study identified a progressive increase in respiratory rates, up to 40 per minute, an increased heart rate 110 to 180 beats/min and an increase in systolic blood pressure by 30 to 80mmhg during sexual activity. In 1970, Hellerstein and Friedman identified the mean heart rate at the time of orgasm was 117.4 beats per minute with a range of 90 to 144. This was done in middle-age men, average age 47.5. Interestingly, the 24-hr ekg monitoring also identified a lower peak post coital heart rate, which was usually lower than the heart rates achieved with normal daily activities (around 120.1 beats per minute). In 1984, Bohlen et al. did a racier study with 10 couples using ECG, oxygen consumption (measured using a fast-responding polarographic O2 gas analyzer), heart rate and blood pressure monitoring before and during 4 types of sexual activity. This study obtained data during self-stimulation, partner stimulation, man-on-top and woman-on-top coitus.  The men were aged 25 to 43 years of age.  Results showed that self-stimulation increased the heart rate by 37 % from baseline to orgasm compared with a 51 % increase with man-on-top coitus. B: So already it was clear in 1966 to 1984 that physical exertion in the bedroom correlates to physiologic responses like increased heart rate, blood pressure, etc.  However, our question of the day is, does sexual activity count as exercise, and to that question we ask why or why not?A: When I think about exercise, I think about heart rate and blood pressure.  I think about indicators of energy expenditures and/or intensity. And specifically, while I'm working out…I'm talking about at the gym, and I'm running on the treadmill for example, my mental state is, how much longer until I can quit.  Duration and level of intensity while under this physical exertion feels most important. And according to the AHA, this has been heavily studied.  That's why 150 active intentional minutes of exercise are recommended per week to improve cardiovascular health. Does this translate to sexual activity? B: Well before we answer this, let's first mention the Bruce protocol. Have you ever heard of this? The Bruce protocol is a standard test of cardiovascular health, comprised of multiple stages of exertion on a treadmill, with three minutes spent per stage. Also at each stage, the incline and speed of the treadmill are elevated to increase cardiac work output, which is called METS. Stage 1 of the Bruce protocol is performed at 1.7 miles per hour and a 10% incline. Stage 2 is 2.5 mph and 12%, while Stage 3 goes to 3.4 mph and 14%. If you're a pilot for example, the FAA expects testing to achieve 85-100% of Maximum Predicted Heart Rate (220 minus your age) for a 9-minute duration.  With the Bruce protocol in mind, we circle back to our question of the day, does sex count as exercise?A: In 2007, Palmeri et al. reported that in 19 men and 13 women aged 40-75 years old, the intensity of sexual activity was comparable to stage II of the standard multistage Bruce protocol (moderate intensity) on a treadmill for men and stage I (low intensity) for women. In addition, maximal heart rate and blood pressure during sexual activity was approximately 75 % of that attained during maximum treadmill stress testing of the Bruce protocol. Collectively, based on these above studies, the physiological responses of sexual activity seem to be at a moderate intensity. B: Okay, so “you're saying there's a chance.” Right, one in a million Lloyd. Another movie reference, if you've seen the American classic Dumb and Dumber, you can appreciate it.  The point is, the level of intensity was identified by Palmeri's research but are we convinced sex may be used as exercise based on studies that were conducted more than a quarter of a century ago? As a studious, thriving resident physician, with a heavy background in research, I turned to Up to date for more data, and recommendations.  I had zero findings. Naturally I turned to Men's Health magazine to see what is out there to the general public:A: “You're in bed with your partner and you just finished a vigorous sex session. You're hot and sweaty, worked past that side cramp you got while thrusting, and are convinced you just burned as many calories as you would at the gym. You figure you can skip the treadmill today since your sex workout—a.k.a sex exercises, a.k.a sexercises—got you plenty of cardio.Well, we may have bad news: it depends on the type of sex you're having—specifically, how active you are during it, and how long you're having it—but unless you're really going at it for a couple of hours, odds are, it wasn't that great of a workout. To better quantify this, couples were evaluated while running on a treadmill for 30 minutes and compared to their sexercise. The results, which were published in the journal PLOS ONE, concluded that men burn 100 calories during the average sex session, while women burn about 69 calories. The researchers estimated that men burn roughly 4.2 calories per minute during sex, while women burn 3.1 calories. B: Men may be more physically active during sex which potentially explains why they burn more calories, study author Antony Karelis. But the main reason, Karelis told Time, is that “Men weigh more than women, and because of this, the energy expenditure will be higher in men for the same exercise performed.”It's also worth knowing that sex sessions in the study lasted an average of 25 minutes That's far longer than average. Times varied in the study, ranging from 10 to 57 minutes.  A: The longer the session, the more calories burned.  B: One study in the New England Journal of Medicine found that most sex sessions last six minutes. A: Here are some tips for burning more calories during sex:Make some moans and sighs to burn some extra calories.Change your position to make it more of a workout, especially women. If you're on top, move your hips like a belly dancer. It will feel good while giving you a workout.Experiment with a position where you squat on top of your partner and then bounce up and down. That's a great way to work out your thighs and rear.Try being on top rather than on the bottom, because research suggests that requires more energy.Kiss in unusual positions. Have the guy on his back. Do a push up on top of him. Come down to kiss him and then push back up.Take off your clothes in ways that burn calories. Draw it out and make it part of your foreplay. Or tease him as you get undressed. Do a seductive dance with a silk scarf, for example.Give a good massage to get your heart rate up. Ramp things up by going deeper. It's more sensual and works different muscles. Take turns so you can both get the calorie burn and its arousing impact. B: Harvard source:  During sexual intercourse, a man's heart rate rarely gets above 130 beats a minute, and his systolic blood pressure nearly always stays under 170. All in all, average sexual activity ranks as mild to moderate in terms of exercise intensity.  A: As for oxygen consumption, it comes in at about 3.5 METS (metabolic equivalents), which is about the same as taking a walk or playing ping pong. Sex burns about five calories a minute; that's four more calories used than watching TV. B: How do we decide if one is fit enough for sexual activity? For a 50-year-old man, the risk of having a heart attack in any given hour is about one in a million; sex doubles the risk, but it's still just two in a million. For men with heart disease, the risk is 10 times higher — but even for them, the chance of suffering a heart attack during sex is just 20 in a million. In short, if you are able to climb 3 flights of stairs, you are safe to proceed.  A: Circling back to exercise, keep in mind 4-5 calories burned per minute is still better than zero. Any time spent engaging in any level of physical activity is better than sitting on the couch.  B: Further, “Having sex for at least 10 minutes contributes to your cardiorespiratory health, increased serotonin levels (the happy hormone), and improved sleep,” Silberstang says. Studies have found that sex can relieve everything from anxiety and depression to high blood pressure.  A: When men orgasm, their bodies release serotonin, oxytocin, and prolactin, all hormones associated with better moods, relaxation, and lowered stress. Multiple studies have also found links between regular sex and a reduced risk for heart disease and prostate cancer, and a stronger immune system. One reason that sex isn't classified as a workout is due to its average duration: 3 to 13 minutes,” Silberstang explains. “So, naturally, one of the ways to make sex more of a cardio workout is to increase the time of the act.” C: The present study indicates that energy expenditure during sexual activity appears to be approximately 85 kcal or 3.6 kcal/min and seems to be performed at a moderate intensity in young healthy men and women. These results suggest that sexual activity may potentially be considered, at times, as a significant exercise. Moreover, both men and women reported that sexual activity was a highly enjoyable and more appreciated than the 30 min exercise session on the treadmill. Therefore, this study could have implications for the planning of intervention programs as part of a healthy lifestyle by health care professionals. B: We look forward to future studies that may further show the relationship between psychosocial/qualitative factors and energy expenditures which could explain how these variables could affect overall health and quality of life.____________________________Now we conclude episode 100, “Sexercise.” If you ever wondered if sexual intercourse was a good workout, today we learned that in general it is not an energy-demanding activity. The average man burns just 24 kilocalories during sex, but with some adjustments you can burn more calories, especially if the activity takes longer. If your patient is not having sex, they do not have to start having it just to exercise, remind everyone to be sexually responsible to prevent the spread of sexually transmitted infections and unintended pregnancies. Even without trying, every night you go to bed being a little wiser.Today we thank doctors Valerie Civelli, Namdeep Grewal, and Hector Arreaza. Thanks for listening to Rio Bravo qWeek Podcast. If you have any feedback, contact us by email at RioBravoqWeek@clinicasierravista.org, or visit our website riobravofmrp.org/qweek. Audio edition: Suraj Amrutia. See you next week!_____________________References:Frappier, Julie; Isabelle Toupin, Joseph J. Levy, Mylene Aubertin-Leheudre, and Antony D. Karelis. Energy Expenditure during Sexual Activity in Young Healthy Couples, PLOS One, plos.org, Published: October 24, 2013, https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0079342. Casazza, Krista, Ph.D., R.D.; Kevin R. Fontaine, Ph.D.; Arne Astrup, M.D., Ph.D.; et al. Myths, Presumptions, and Facts about Obesity, N Engl J Med 2013; 368:446-454 DOI: 10.1056/NEJMsa1208051 Blaha, Michael Joseph, M.D., M.P.H. Is Sex Dangerous If You Have Heart Disease?. Health. 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(2008) Correlates of sexual satisfaction among sexually active postmenopausal women in the Women's Health Initiative-Observational Study. J Gen Intern Med 23: 2000-2009. doi:https://doi.org/10.1007/s11606-008-0820-9. Bartlett RG Jr. (1956) Physiologic responses during coitus. J Appl Physiol 9: 469-472. Bohlen JG, Held JP, Sanderson MO, Patterson RP (1984) Heart rate, rate-pressure product, and oxygen uptake during four sexual activities. Arch Intern Med 144: 1745-1748. doi:https://doi.org/10.1001/archinte.144.9.1745.  Hellerstein HK, Friedman EH (1970) Sexual activity and the postcoronary patient. Arch Intern Med 125: 987-999. doi:https://doi.org/10.1001/archinte.125.6.987.  Larson JL, McNaughton MW, Kennedy JW, Mansfield LW (1980) Heart rate and blood pressure responses to sexual activity and a stair-climbing test. Heart Lung 9: 1025-1030.  Masini V, Romei E, Fiorella AT (1980) Dynamic electrocardiogram in normal subjects during sexual activity. 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Med Sci Sports Exerc 39: 1423-1434. doi:https://doi.org/10.1249/mss.0b013e3180616b27.  Drenowatz C, Eisenmann JC (2011) Validation of the SenseWear Armband at high intensity exercise. Eur J Appl Physiol 111: 883-887. doi:https://doi.org/10.1007/s00421-010-1695-0.  Johannsen DL, Calabro MA, Stewart J, Franke W, Rood JC et al. (2010) Accuracy of armband monitors for measuring daily energy expenditure in healthy adults. Med Sci Sports Exerc 42: 2134-2140. doi:https://doi.org/10.1249/MSS.0b013e3181e0b3ff. Mackey DC, Manini TM, Schoeller DA, Koster A, Glynn NW et al. (2011) Validation of an armband to measure daily energy expenditure in older adults. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci 66: 1108-1113.  Mignault D, St-Onge M, Karelis AD, Allison DB, Rabasa-Lhoret R (2005) Evaluation of the Portable HealthWear Armband: a device to measure total daily energy expenditure in free-living type 2 diabetic individuals. Diabetes Care 28: 225-227. doi:https://doi.org/10.2337/diacare.28.1.225-a.  Ryan J, Gormley J (2013) An evaluation of energy expenditure estimation by three activity monitors. Eur J Sport Sci: 1-8. St-Onge M, Mignault D, Allison DB, Rabasa-Lhoret R (2007) Evaluation of a portable device to measure daily energy expenditure in free-living adults. Am J Clin Nutr 85: 742-749. Welk GJ, McClain JJ, Eisenmann JC, Wickel EE (2007) Field validation of the MTI Actigraph and BodyMedia armband monitor using the IDEEA monitor. Obesity (Silver Spring) 15: 918-928. doi:https://doi.org/10.1038/oby.2007.624. Wetten AA, Batterham M, Tan SY, Tapsell L (2013) Relative Validity of Three Accelerometer Models for Estimating Energy Expenditure During Light Activity. J Phys Act Health. Brazeau AS, Karelis AD, Mignault D, Lacroix MJ, Prud'homme D et al. (2011) Test-retest reliability of a portable monitor to assess energy expenditure. Appl Physiol Nutr Metab 36: 339-343. doi:https://doi.org/10.1139/h11-016. Haskell WL, Lee IM, Pate RR, Powell KE, Blair SN et al. (2007) Physical activity and public health: updated recommendation for adults from the American College of Sports Medicine and the American Heart Association. Circulation 116: 1081-1093. doi:https://doi.org/10.1161/CIRCULATIONAHA.107.185649. Ainsworth BE, Haskell WL, Herrmann SD, Meckes N, Bassett DR Jr. et al. (2011) 2011 Compendium of Physical Activities: a second update of codes and MET values. Med Sci Sports Exerc 43: 1575-1581. doi:https://doi.org/10.1249/MSS.0b013e31821ece12.  Steinke EE, Jaarsma T, Barnason SA, Byrne M, Doherty S et al. (2013) Sexual Counseling for Individuals With Cardiovascular Disease and Their Partners: A Consensus Document From the American Heart Association and the ESC Council on Cardiovascular Nursing and Allied Professions (CCNAP). Circulation. 

    Bill Handel on Demand
    The Bill Handel Show - 7a - ABC's Justin Finch on the January 6th Hearing and the Economics of Obesity

    Bill Handel on Demand

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 27:27


    Wayne Resnick sits in for Bill Handel. ABC's Justin Finch joins the show to talk about yesterday's surprise January 6th hearing. Wayne then unpacks all of the information received from the hearing. Examining the economics of obesity. And pirates are holding up Mexico's oil rigs at gunpoint as the cost of gas continues to rise.

    ResearchPod
    Food consumption, gender and body types in children's animations

    ResearchPod

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 10:08


    Today's cartoons a different experience from past generations, in which gratuitous violence was the primary concern of worried parents. But what if what they showed was more surreptitious in its influence on child behaviour, such as what cartoon characters ate?Dr Milia Tzoutzou and colleagues have catalogued cartoon characters interact with their food and how they judge each other - and themselves – based on their physical appearance. What they've discovered should concern nutritionists, lawmakers, and parents worldwide.Read the original article: https://doi.org/10.3390/sexes2010007

    Reshape Your Health with Dr. Morgan Nolte
    129. Surprising New Theory on Long-Term Weight Loss with David Prologo, MD, FSIR, ABOM-D

    Reshape Your Health with Dr. Morgan Nolte

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 48:21


    Dr. David Prologo is a dual board-certified interventional radiologist and obesity medicine specialist. Dr. Prologo has spent more than twenty years specifically analyzing the phenomenon of diet attrition—why do diets always fail? More importantly, when they do fail, why do we blame the patients for that failure?That journey led Dr. Prologo to perform first in human advanced interventional procedures to manage obesity, diabetes, and other metabolic conditions. It further led to the identification of the catching point—a clear pivot point beyond which calorie restriction and exercise are easier for patients.Many people think that if you can't lose weight, there's a willpower problem. Dr. Prologo explains why this theory is totally wrong. Plus, Dr. Prologo dives deep into what stops people from losing weight and sustaining weight loss. Tune in as we talk about reaching critical exercise capacity, the importance of recovery, and how to start craving healthy foods.  Here's What We Cover in This Episode:The Inspiration Behind Dr. Prologo's Passion For Helping People With Weight Loss What Is Stopping You From Losing Weight? Hunger Signals Are Coming From The Body To The BrainAND MUCH MORE!Resources from this episode: Dr. Prologo's Website: https://www.drprologo.com/The Catching Point Transformation: https://www.amazon.com/Catching-Point-Transformation-Twelve-Week-Strategy/dp/1642939226Follow Dr. PrologoTwitter: https://twitter.com/jdprologoFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/jdprologoInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/jdprologo/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/j-david-prologo-md-fsir-abom-d-40071861/ CoachingIf you're ready to lose the weight for good, you've come to the right place!Join my online program, Zivli, to learn the science behind weight loss and habit change so you can lose weight, get healthy, and prevent disease. To learn more, go to https://www.zivli.com/join.Connect on Social>> Subscribe to My YouTube Channel>> Like My Facebook Page>> Follow Me on Instagram>> Connect on LinkedIn>> View My WebsiteSubscribe & Review in Apple PodcastsAre you subscribed to my podcast?  Click here to subscribe in Apple Podcasts.Real Talk with Life After Grief Chris"Helping those in grief navigate financial matters (and the advisors who help them)"Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify

    How To Not Get Sick And Die
    Changing Your Self Talk From Savage to Compassion with Cheyne Towers | EP 187

    How To Not Get Sick And Die

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 58:51


    Self talk for the most part is when we beat ourselves up for not being as we think we should have - for the most part, it's really quite horrible when you think about how horrible we are to ourselves and yet we'd likely violently defend anyone else that was receiving such rupture from another person. Guess what - it's time to change that internal dialogue to something that helps you rather than something that harms youIn today's conversation we discussed:Which statements stop us from positive progressWhy we all have this default mechanism of self savageryHow we can begin changing the conversation in our head and rewriting the story of our life***Join the Busy Mum's Facebook Group here: https://mattylansdown.com/BusyMothersFBgroup ***SOCIAL MEDIA--Cheyne TowersWebsite: https://learntdsl.com/InstagramFacebook--MATTY LANSDOWNJoin the Busy Mum's Facebook Group: https://mattylansdown.com/BusyMothersFBgroupInstagram: [deplatformed]... instead, join our Uncensored email list here--Intro/Outro track Tropic Love by "Diviners feat. Contacreast"

    JAMA Author Interviews: Covering research in medicine, science, & clinical practice. For physicians, researchers, & clinician
    The Association of Bariatric Surgery With Risk of Cancer in Adults With Obesity

    JAMA Author Interviews: Covering research in medicine, science, & clinical practice. For physicians, researchers, & clinician

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 19:51


    Observational data suggest that the risk of certain types of cancer may be increased in individuals with obesity and that this risk may be lower after bariatric surgery. JAMA Deputy Editor Gregory Curfman, MD, explores this in detail with Steven Nissen, MD, an author of a JAMA study on this topic, and Anita Courcoulas, MD, MPH, author of an accompanying editorial. Related Content: Association of Bariatric Surgery With Cancer Risk and Mortality in Adults With Obesity Bariatric Surgery and Cancer Risk

    Imposter To Unstoppable
    Dr. Siobhan Key

    Imposter To Unstoppable

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 32:04


    Siobhan Key, MD is a Weight Loss Coach for Physicians and an expert in emotional and binge eating. She is also a practicing Obesity and Family Physician, mother of three amazing kids and an avid runner. Through her coaching and weekly podcast, Weight Solutions for Physicians, she helps physicians go from feeling overwhelmed and out of control with their eating to finding relief from stress and binge eating without relying on willpower. Siobhan can be found at http://www.weightsolutionsforphysicians.ca/ (www.weightsolutionsforphysicians.ca). https://www.consciousinmedicine.com/retreat (Adventure Retreat Registration)

    The Peter Attia Drive
    #212 - The neuroscience of obesity | Stephan Guyenet, Ph.D.

    The Peter Attia Drive

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 144:59


    View the Show Notes Page for This Episode Become a Member to Receive Exclusive Content Sign Up to Receive Peter's Weekly Newsletter Stephan Guyenet is a neuroscientist focused on the neuroscience of obesity and energy homeostasis.  He is the author of the book, The Hungry Brain and founder/director of Red Pen Reviews. In this episode, Stephan explains how obesity has changed phenotypically over the course of human history as well as what might explain the dramatic increase in prevalence of obesity in the last few decades. He talks in depth about the role of genetics, the brain, and hormones like leptin play in the regulation of fat mass. He dives deep into two common theories of obesity—the carbohydrate-insulin model and the energy balance model and provides his take on which theory has stronger evidence. Additionally, he provides insights on how we're hard-wired to think about food and the consequences of modern foods designed for maximal pleasure. Finally, he goes through the factors that affect body weight, set points, and provides takeaways for people wanting to take advantage of what we know about the brain's role in regulating our body weight. We discuss: Stephan's neuroscience background and his focus on the nuances of obesity [2:15]; How obesity has changed for humans throughout history [8:00]; The association between obesity and adverse health outcomes, the “obesity paradox,” and confounders when relating BMI to longevity [14:00]; The sharp increase in obesity across demographics [23:30]; The hypothalamus and its role in obesity [30:00];  The role of the hormone leptin in obesity [40:00]; The genetic component of obesity [46:30]; Understanding the tendency of humans to store fat through an evolutionary lens [57:00];   The hedonic aspect of food, and how the brain reacts to modern, highly-rewarding foods [1:03:30]; How we are hard-wired to think about food [1:14:30]; A review of the “Carnivore diet” [1:21:45]; The energy balance model, carbohydrate-insulin model, and unifying the theories around adiposity [1:34:15]; Body weight set points: a hypothetical comparison of two individuals [1:41:45]; Takeaways for people who want to lose weight and keep it off [1:48:30]; Evidence that favors the energy balance model of weight gain [1:56:00]; The synergistic effect of fat and carbohydrates and observations that a low-fat diet or a low-carb diet can cause weight loss [2:04:30]; Red Pen Reviews [2:11:00]; More. Connect With Peter on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and YouTube

    Plant Based Briefing
    306: Why Milk Is Bad For You – 9 Reasons You Should Avoid Dairy by Switch4Good.org

    Plant Based Briefing

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 11:09


    “In this article we will dig into many of the different ways that animal-based milk is not good for our health, bodies, or overall wellness in order to break down the long-standing myth that breast milk from other animals is a necessary and vital part of the human diet.” From Switch4Good.org. Original post: https://switch4good.org/why-milk-is-bad-for-you-9-reasons-you-should-avoid-dairy/  Milked documentary: https://milked.film    Switch4Good is an evidence-based nonprofit dedicated to rattling accepted norms around dairy and health. They're working to abolish the current system of dietary racial oppression, and promoting solutions for climate change. They have a fantastic podcast hosted by Olympic medalist Dotsie Bausch and Baywatch actress/health coach Alexandra Paul - they'll inspire and educate you to start living better and feeling better.    How to support the podcast: Share with others. Recommend the podcast on your social media. Follow/subscribe to the show wherever you listen. Buy some vegan/plant based merch: https://www.plantbasedbriefing.com/shop    Follow Plant Based Briefing on social media: Twitter: @PlantBasedBrief YouTube: YouTube.com/PlantBasedBriefing  Facebook: Facebook.com/PlantBasedBriefing  LinkedIn: Plant Based Briefing Podcast Instagram: @PlantBasedBriefing   #vegan #plantbased #veganpodcast #plantbasedpodcast #plantbasedbriefing #DairyFree #Switch4Good #ditchdairy #cheese #dietaryracism #lactoseintolerance #plantmilk #FatalAnaphylaxis #acne #eczema #asthma #cancer #breastcancer #prostatecancer #calcium #toxins #cholesterol #saturatedfat #heartdisease #obesity #diabetes Milk is bad for you. Hear 9 reasons why you should avoid dairy for your health, body, and overall wellness. @Switch4Good. #vegan #plantbased #veganpodcast #plantbasedpodcast #plantbasedbriefing #DairyFree #Switch4Good #ditchdairy #cheese #dietaryracism #lactoseintolerance #plantmilk #FatalAnaphylaxis #acne #eczema #asthma #cancer #breastcancer #prostatecancer #calcium #toxins #cholesterol #saturatedfat #heartdisease #obesity #diabetes

    Well Said | Zucker School of Medicine

    Well Said has invited Dr. Mitchell Roslin, Director of Bariatric Surgery at Northern Westchester Hospital and a Professor at the Zucker SOM to talk about the connection between obesity and aging, and why some physicians are drawing parallels between the two conditions.

    The Real Truth About Health Free 17 Day Live Online Conference Podcast
    The Blood Sugar Level Needed To Remove Diabetes Medications - Baxter Montgomery, MD - Interview

    The Real Truth About Health Free 17 Day Live Online Conference Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 6:40


    The Blood Sugar Level Needed To Remove Diabetes Medications - Baxter Montgomery, MD - Interview Baxter Montgomery, M.D. • https://montgomeryheart.com/• Book - The Food Prescription for Better Health: A Cardiologists Proven Method to Reverse Heart Disease, Diabetes, Obesity, and Other Chronic Illnesses Naturally! Dr. Baxter D. Montgomery is a Board Certified Cardiologist with years of experience in the latest medical practices and nutritional health. He is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Cardiology at the University of Texas in Houston, a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology (FACC) and the founder and president of the Houston Cardiac Association (HCA). Having seen many patients suffer the consequences of chronic heart disease, Dr. Montgomery founded the Montgomery Heart & Wellness Center in 2006 with the mission to reverse and prevent life-threatening illnesses. Located in Houston, Texas, The Montgomery Heart & Wellness Center is a state-of-the-art wellness facility complete with all the technology and resources to provide comprehensive medical and wellness care. Combining his medical practice with a food-driven lifestyle intervention, Dr. Montgomery introduces patients to a novel food classification system that helps reverse chronic conditions such as heart disease, hypertension, obesity and diabetes without medications or surgeries. He has refined this process over the past 10 years with profound positive results in severely ill patients. In addition to running Montgomery Heart & Wellness, Dr. Montgomery manages arrhythmias and coronary disease, performs angiographies, defibrillator implants and other hospital procedures, and teaches young physicians. Dr. Montgomery earned his undergraduate degree from Rice University in Houston and his Medical Degree from The University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas. He is also the author of The Food Prescription for Better Health, a comprehensive guide for reversing chronic illnesses. #BaxterMontgomery #TheRealTruthAboutHealth  #HeartDisease #PlantBasedNutrition #DiseasePrevention #IntermittentFasting CLICK HERE - To Checkout Our MEMBERSHIP CLUB: http://www.realtruthtalks.com  • Social Media ChannelsFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/TRTAHConferenceInstagram : https://www.instagram.com/therealtruthabouthealth/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/RTAHealth Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-real-truth-about-health-conference/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheRealTruthAboutHealth    • Check out our Podcasts  Visit us on Apple Podcast and Itunes search:  The Real Truth About Health Free 17 Day Live Online Conference Podcast Amazon: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/23a037be-99dd-4099-b9e0-1cad50774b5a/real-truth-about-health-live-online-conference-podcastSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0RZbS2BafJIEzHYyThm83J Google:https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5zaW1wbGVjYXN0LmNvbS8yM0ZqRWNTMg%3D%3DStitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/real-truth-about-health-live-online-conference-podcastAudacy: https://go.audacy.com/partner-podcast-listen-real-truth-about-health-live-online-conference-podcastiHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-real-truth-about-health-li-85932821/ Deezer: https://www.deezer.com/us/show/2867272 Reason: https://reason.fm/podcast/real-truth-about-health-live-online-conference-podcast • Other Video ChannelsYoutube:https://www.youtube.com/c/TheRealTruthAboutHealthVimeo:https://vimeo.com/channels/1733189Rumble:  https://rumble.com/c/c-1111513 Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/TRTAHConference/videos/?ref=page_internal DailyMotion: https://www.dailymotion.com/TheRealTruthAboutHealth BitChute:https://www.bitchute.com/channel/JQryXTPDOMih/ 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. 

    Causes Or Cures
    Chemicals in Everyday Products Fueling Obesity, with Dr. Jerry Heindel

    Causes Or Cures

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 45:35


    In this episode of Causes or Cures, Dr. Eeks chats with Dr. Jerry Heindel about his and other researchers' recent reviews published in Biochemical Pharmacology on how chemicals in everyday products may be fueling the obesity epidemic here in the US and elsewhere. He will discuss what these chemicals are and how we get exposed; what the term "Obesogen" means and why that term should be on our radar; the potential mechanism of actions for how these chemical lead to obesity; when getting exposed to these chemicals puts us more at risk; the current evidence base for these chemicals fueling obesity, and things that we can do on both the individual and population level to reduce or mitigate our exposure. Dr. Henidel has his doctorate in biochemistry and worked in the area of reproductive biology and toxicology while a faculty member at the University of Texas Medical School and the Univeristy of Mississippi. He worked for the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) for 25 years where he focused on the potential impact of environmental chemicals on the developmental origins of health and disease. He is currently the director of the Healthy Environment and Endocrine Disruptor Strategies (HEEDS), an organization that is funded by grants and personal donations, not corporate interests. You can follow Dr. Eeks on Instagram here.Twitter here.Facebook here.Subscribe to her newsletter here.To contact Dr. Eeks, do so through bloomingwellness.com

    Your Health At The Crossroads
    Perhaps Obesity is a Disease, BUT...

    Your Health At The Crossroads

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 9:53


    Hands down, obesity and overweight are big problems in America. Over two-thirds of the population suffer from being overweight or obese, and they can lead to a plethora of different other diseases. So it's perhaps right that obesity itself is classified as a disease. Only thing is, disease classification means medication protocol, and medications won't deal with the root issues of obesity. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/2evOxpu Subscribe on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPm-1I7gql3wwQL4HWCACdw ------------ BOOK SHAWN for your healthy living workshop by e-mailing shawn@yourhealthatthecrossroads.com ------------ Resources Subscribe for our free newsletter: https://YourHealthAtTheCrossroads.com/subscribe Let us design your customized body weight and wellness program: https://yourhealthatthecrossroads.com/fitness What YOU Can Do About High Blood Pressure: https://amzn.to/35JfxLm What YOU Can Do About Type 2 Diabetes: https://amzn.to/2PKmXbM 13 Things to Stop Believing to Become Healthy and Lose Weight: https://amzn.to/2sKfEYy 8 Weeks Fat Loss Workbook: https://tinyurl.com/ruu5z2fu Holy and Healthy: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09L9WVFHG ------------ Social Media Facebook: facebook.com/shawnb2b Instagram: instagram.com/shawnb2bfitness ------------ Website https://YourHealthAtTheCrossroads.com/blog

    Living At Your Finest Podcast
    The Power of Healthy Habits with Dr. Jonathan Bonnet

    Living At Your Finest Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 39:59


    Patient: So what am I about to lose once I embark upon a healthy lifestyle?Dr. Babs: Actually you are going to gain so much more than you will lose. Consider what it will feel like to be vibrant, whole, and healthy in your joints, gut, brain, etc. The list goes on and on.Patient: Well when you say it that way. I am ready to learn more. Dr. Babs: Awesome! Let's talkOn this week's episode of the LIVING AT YOUR FINEST PODCAST SHOW, I am thrilled to have the wonderful, Dr. Jonathan Bonnet, co-author of the Lifestyle Medicine Handbook join me as a guest to provide insightful nuggets about The Power of Healthy Habits. He is a board-certified Family, Sports, Obesity, and Lifestyle medicine physician who works at the Palo Alto VA. Dr. Bonnet has a background in exercise physiology and is a certified personal trainer.Dr. Bonnet and I have discussions around✨ How to incorporate healthy habits into your personal life and/or professional life✨ How to better evaluate or gauge your lifestyle habits and health behaviorsLearn more about Dr. Jonathan Bonnet:https://www.facebook.com/jon.bonnethttps://www.instagram.com/jonbonnet/?hl=en; https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuRnBrDIJWQ01MXJNV3xTnw; https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathanbonnetmd/Subscribe & Review on iTunesIf you have not subscribed to my podcast, what are you waiting for? I bet you do not want to miss an empowering episode filled with Fun, Fundamental, and Faith-Based Holistic Health Related Matters.  A new episode is released every Friday.Here is the iTunes Link to SubscribeThanks for all the kind reviews so far. If you haven't already, kindly leave a comment Using This Rating and Review Link. It helps me to know if I am making any sense, impacting a life, and most certainly promotes listenership. The more communities know about this podcast, the stronger we can be at Living At Our Finest. Thank you in advance.Don't forget to follow me on the following platforms for more in-depth Holistic Health Related Matters.Living At Your Finest CoursesLiving At Your Finest with Dr. Babs Facebook PageLiving At Your Finest with Dr. Babs YouTube Channel#healthyhabits, #healthyhabitsforlife, #healthyhabitsforall, #consistencymatters, #drbabs, #livingatyourfinest, #holistichealthandwellness, #lifestylemedicine, #lifestylemedicinedoctor  #obesitymedicinedoctor   #treatobesity, #communityempowerment, #communityofcolor, #communitywellbeing

    A Gut Feeling
    LPS - Is this the leading cause of disease?

    A Gut Feeling

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 61:48


    LPS - short for Lipopolysaccharide - is a toxin, and once you dive deeper into this topic, you'll find that LPS is linked to a seemingly endless number of illnesses. Could this be the leading cause of disease? In this episode we talk about inflammation, auto-immune issues, respiratory issues like asthma, diabetes and obesity, neurological illnesses like Parkinson and MS, SIBO, Crohn's disease etc. Please check out the timestamps below for more details on topics covered. Our aim with this podcast is to educate you and provide you with tools to optimise your life by healing your gut. Connect with us online, we'd love to hear from you! Dave IG: https://my.captivate.fm/dashboard/podcast/7f4f56bb-c870-4c82-925a-3c9e916797ba/www.instagram.com/dave.o.brien/ (www.instagram.com/dave.o.brien/) Website: http://daveobrien.com.au/ (http://daveobrien.com.au) Jake IG: https://my.captivate.fm/dashboard/podcast/7f4f56bb-c870-4c82-925a-3c9e916797ba/www.instagram.com/coach_jakedoleschal/ (www.instagram.com/coach_jakedoleschal/) Website: https://my.captivate.fm/dashboard/podcast/7f4f56bb-c870-4c82-925a-3c9e916797ba/www.coachjakedoleschal.com (www.coachjakedoleschal.com) If you enjoyed todays episode, please share it with someone you think will benefit from it! We'd be so thankful for a review on Apple Podcasts. Please let us know on Instagram which topic you'd like us to cover next. We look forward to hearing from you. Timestamps: (00:06:00) What is LPS? (00:12:47) Auto-immune issues (00:20:57) Fibromyalgia (00:25:30) Neurological inflammation (00:28:13) The enzyme IDO (00:35:00) Obesity; diabetes; fatty liver disease (00:38:46) PCOS (00:44:09) Respiratory issues; pneumonia; asthma (00:51:04) Supplement recommendations (00:59:07) Duration of a protocol None of the information provided in A Gut Feeling is intended to treat, diagnose, or give medical advice. Please consult a healthcare professional before making any changes to your lifestyle.

    KNX In Depth
    KNX In Depth: Airlines making Summer travel rough--Supreme Court ruling a big win for gun rights supporters--New study links light and sleep to obesity--Title IX's impact on women's sports 50 years later

    KNX In Depth

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 51:39


    Airlines are now making the friendly skies seem like your worst enemy. Flying used to be an enjoyable experience. But now it's a stressful endeavor, especially this Summer as airlines are canceling more and more flights. United is cutting back and American is stopping service all together at four different cities. We go In Depth into problematic air travel.  The Supreme Court hands down its big ruling on guns. It'll now be easier to carry one in public. We look into how that impacts laws here in California.  Now that this case is over, all eyes will focus on the abortion ruling which is coming very soon.   Ukraine is being pushed to the front of the line for European Union membership. But Russia might have different plans.  The water levels are now so low at Lake Mead that they're close to hitting dead pool. That means no water spills to the other side of Hoover Dam. We go In Depth into how that could impact California's water supply.   A new study sheds light on how it's better apparently to sleep in the dark--total dark.  Title IX--50 years later. We look into its impacts on women's sports. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    1A
    Medical Bias Against Obesity Is Preventing Patients From Receiving Proper Care

    1A

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 34:04


    According to a study in the National Library of Medicine, only 1 percent of doctors are trained in treating one of the most prevalent chronic diseases in the U.S. — obesity.That lack of education comes with consequences for patients.The condition has been recognized as a disease since 2013. The CDC reports nearly 42 percent of Americans are experiencing obesity. But a longstanding bias against these patients has affected their ability to seek treatment and weight loss medication. To tackle this bias, the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) is rolling out new standards for diversity, equity, and inclusion. They will address practices in treating patients who are diagnosed as overweight or obese.We discuss the barriers to seeking treatment for obesity and what role do doctors play. Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.

    The Real Truth About Health Free 17 Day Live Online Conference Podcast
    Detox Results Of Cold Press Juicing And Other Tactics For Diabetics - Baxter Montgomery, MD

    The Real Truth About Health Free 17 Day Live Online Conference Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 9:49


    Detox Results Of Cold Press Juicing And Other Tactics For Diabetics -  Baxter Montgomery, MDBaxter Montgomery, M.D. •           https://montgomeryheart.com/•           Book - The Food Prescription for Better Health: A Cardiologists Proven Method to Reverse Heart Disease, Diabetes, Obesity, and Other Chronic Illnesses Naturally! Dr. Baxter D. Montgomery is a Board Certified Cardiologist with years of experience in the latest medical practices and nutritional health. He is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Cardiology at the University of Texas in Houston, a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology (FACC) and the founder and president of the Houston Cardiac Association (HCA). Having seen many patients suffer the consequences of chronic heart disease, Dr. Montgomery founded the Montgomery Heart & Wellness Center in 2006 with the mission to reverse and prevent life-threatening illnesses. Located in Houston, Texas, The Montgomery Heart & Wellness Center is a state-of-the-art wellness facility complete with all the technology and resources to provide comprehensive medical and wellness care. Combining his medical practice with a food-driven lifestyle intervention, Dr. Montgomery introduces patients to a novel food classification system that helps reverse chronic conditions such as heart disease, hypertension, obesity and diabetes without medications or surgeries. He has refined this process over the past 10 years with profound positive results in severely ill patients. In addition to running Montgomery Heart & Wellness, Dr. Montgomery manages arrhythmias and coronary disease, performs angiographies, defibrillator implants and other hospital procedures, and teaches young physicians. Dr. Montgomery earned his undergraduate degree from Rice University in Houston and his Medical Degree from The University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas. He is also the author of The Food Prescription for Better Health, a comprehensive guide for reversing chronic illnesses. #BaxterMontgomery #TheRealTruthAboutHealth  #HeartDisease #PlantBasedNutrition #DiseasePrevention #IntermittentFasting CLICK HERE - To Checkout Our MEMBERSHIP CLUB: http://www.realtruthtalks.com Social Media ChannelsFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/TRTAHConferenceInstagram : https://www.instagram.com/therealtruthabouthealth/Twitter: https://twitter.com/RTAHealthLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-real-truth-about-health-conference/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheRealTruthAboutHealth    Check out our Podcasts Visit us on Apple Podcast and Itunes search:  The Real Truth About Health Free 17 Day Live Online Conference Podcast Amazon: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/23a037be-99dd-4099-b9e0-1cad50774b5a/real-truth-about-health-live-online-conference-podcastSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0RZbS2BafJIEzHYyThm83JGoogle:https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5zaW1wbGVjYXN0LmNvbS8yM0ZqRWNTMg%3D%3DStitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/real-truth-about-health-live-online-conference-podcastAudacy: https://go.audacy.com/partner-podcast-listen-real-truth-about-health-live-online-conference-podcastiHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-real-truth-about-health-li-85932821/Deezer: https://www.deezer.com/us/show/2867272 Other Video ChannelsYoutube:  https://www.youtube.com/c/TheRealTruthAboutHealthVimeo:  https://vimeo.com/channels/1733189Rumble:   https://rumble.com/c/c-1111513Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/TRTAHConference/videos/?ref=page_internalDailyMotion: https://www.dailymotion.com/TheRealTruthAboutHealthBitChute:  https://www.bitchute.com/channel/JQryXTPDOMih/ 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. 

    The Kevin Bass Show
    The dietary guidelines have no impact on obesity

    The Kevin Bass Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 20:02


    In this episode, I show that all dietary guidelines in all countries of the world are essentially the same and are in many cases identical. Nonetheless, there is a massive variability in the prevalence of obesity, from 1.4% to 42%, despite these nearly identical guidelines. I show furthermore that the time elapsed since the implementation of the guidelines also has no impact on the rate of obesity in any given country. It follows therefore that the dietary guidelines have no impact on obesity in any country, and that other factors govern the prevalence of obesity. Changing the dietary guidelines will not materially impact the obesity epidemic.===Like, comment, subscribe.For more, find me at:PODCAST The Kevin Bass ShowYOUTUBE https://www.youtube.com/user/kbassphiladelphiaWEBSITE http://thedietwars.comTWITTER https://twitter.com/kevinnbass/https://twitter.com/healthmisinfo/INSTAGRAM https://instagram.com/kevinnbass/TIKTOK https://tiktok.com/@kevinnbassAnd above all, please donate to support what I do:PATREON https://patreon.com/kevinnbass/DONATE https://thedietwars.com/support-me/

    The Health Detective Podcast by FDNthrive
    Kidney Cancer, Obesity, and an Eating Disorder w/ Matt Terry, FDN-P, CPT

    The Health Detective Podcast by FDNthrive

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 59:21


    In this episode, we're interviewing a very successful Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner, Matt Terry! What's great about Matt is that he was aware of functional lab testing long before FDN, and still chose to pursue our program. Our interview includes a variety of topics including Matt's cancer diagnosis, his life as a personal trainer and FDN, as well as a particularly special segment towards the end where him and Detective Ev discuss eating disorders, something that is not talked about nearly enough in this world. About Matt: Matt is a presenter, personal trainer, nutrition coach and full time practicing FDN in Overland Park, Kansas where he co-owns a personal training studio. He has used his personal struggles with obesity, injuries, and disease to help his clients at new levels with customized solutions that get to the root of the issue. His mission is to provide people with the right education, support, and coaching to create sustainable solutions for optimal lasting health, energy and confidence. Where to find Matt: www.mattterryfitness.com Ready to have a thriving business doing work you actually love? There are just a few more days before the price of the FDN course increases by $1000. Go to fdntraining.com/call to book a call with one of our Course Advisors, or fdntraining.com/summer to see what events are still taking place during the month of June!

    BariAftercare: The Podcast
    Episode 80: How Chronic Diseases like Obesity and Addiction Affect the Family

    BariAftercare: The Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 46:39


    When a person has a chronic disease like obesity or addiction, everyone in their world is in some way affected. Family members, in particular, are impacted by the presence of a chronic disease suffered by one of its members. In the case of obesity or addiction, family members worry. They are scared about the health of their loved one. They worry about the emotional ups and downs that accompany periods of triumph over the disease followed by episodes of distress, emotion, anger and despair when there is weight regain or relapse. Family members are called upon to carry additional responsibilities if the person suffering from the disease is unwilling or unable to fulfill obligations or participate in social or recreational activities with the family. All family members, to include the person suffering from the disease, experience an array of emotions to include anger, sadness, frustration, compassion and concern about the disease and how it is affecting family relationships. Listen in to learn more about how chronic disease is affecting your family. Also, please invite anyone you know who has had bariatric surgery, or who is planning to have bariatric surgery, to listen to the BariAftercare podcast. And for more information on the entire BariAftercare program at www.bariaftercare.com. Please subscribe to the show and rate it on Apple Podcasts, download free information at www.conniestapletonphd.com, and follow me on Twitter (@cstapletonphd), Instagram (@cstapletonphd), YouTube, LinkedIn, and on Facebook.

    The Psychology Report
    A DOG FOR THE KIDS AND FOR THE AGED; STOP SUGARY DRINKING FOR HEALTHY AGING

    The Psychology Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 10:32


    DOGS AND ALL PETS HELP US AGE WELL, SLOWS DOWN COGNITIVE DECLINE.  ALSO, SUGARY DRINKS ARE TO BE CUT OUT TO LIVE HEALTHY AND LIVELY.

    Dr. Howard Smith Oncall
    Short Shorts for 4th Week of June, 2022

    Dr. Howard Smith Oncall

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 2:29


      Vidcast:  https://youtu.be/a1x_V_O4q5Q   Here are the quickie reports about cutting edge medical and healthcare discoveries this 4th week of June, 2022.   New technology may not only show the brain blood vessel pathology that caused a stroke but also exactly when the stroke occurred.  Canadian and Australian researchers have been able to employ mid-infrared spectromicroscopy to date and time stamp brain tissue oxidative damage.  This vital information guides clinicians in their application of therapeutic clot-busting and other measures to help minimize brain damage and improve recovery speed and completeness following the stroke.   https://www.dotmed.com/news/story/58133     Besides triggering guilt-free kissing during the holidays, mistletoe may be the source of an advanced superglue that capably fuses tissues.  German biomaterial engineers have taken the mistletoe berry's gummy substance called viscin containing tiny flexible fibers and processed it into thin sheets with powerful adhesive properties.  This material may one day be capable of closing wounds and covering skin gaps.   https://academic.oup.com/pnasnexus/article/1/1/pgac026/6549457     Future drug capsules may be capable of being electrically-controlled to release medication at optimal times for therapeutic effectiveness and individual patient preference.  The capsules are constructed of an electrically-controlled polymer that can trap or release biomolecules at the touch of a button.  The Swedish biochemical engineers perfecting this polymer also foresee its usefulness as a means of separating proteins and other biologic substances with results better than chromatography.  Pardon me while I flip on my aspirin.   https://academic.oup.com/pnasnexus/article/1/1/pgac026/6549457   And finally…. Speaking of pills, collaborators at Baylor College of Medicine and Stanford University have discovered a molecule produced during exercise that can stunt appetite and drive weight loss.  That molecule, a modified amino acid Lac-Phe, is the combination of lactate and phenylalanine.  When administered to obese, overeater mice, their food intake dropped by over 50%.  Someday soon we could be seeing Lac-Phe pills though you're better off making your own with vigorous exercise.   https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-022-04828-5   There you have the latest health reveals for the 4th week of June, 2022.  When additional information about these developments becomes available, I'll pass it on to you.     #stroke #imaging #glue #viscin #mistletoe #capsules #chromatography #obesity #exercise #lacphe

    Afternoon Drive with John Maytham
    South Africa's anti-obesity plan

    Afternoon Drive with John Maytham

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 8:21


    Guest: Adele Sulcas | Senior health journalist at the Daily Maverick See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    East2West_WLS: The Podcast
    111: Talking to Children About Obesity and Bariatric Surgery

    East2West_WLS: The Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 70:19


    Obesity is a chronic disease that will require lifelong treatment. When you are a parent, you have an added layer of helping your children learn about obesity and be an active participant in your bariatric journey before and after surgery. This conversation can be challenging when we ourselves don't understand the very disease we are fighting well enough to help our children understand why bariatric surgery is a needed and necessary tool for our metabolic goals. In this episode, April, Jason, and Natalie welcome Dr. Myers, Dr. Riddle, and Heather Baum, Bariatric patients, and Bariatric Nurse Practioner to share with us their knowledge not only about obesity but how we can talk to children about obesity and bariatric surgery. As a parent, Heather has navigated these waters and continues to teach her children about obesity. Both doctors are also experts in childhood obesity and will share the most recent research and treatment options for children who themselves are battling the disease of obesity. If you have a child in your life that you love, this episode will help you navigate these important conversations and arm yourself with the tools needed to help everyone face this disease with humor, humility, and honesty. Connect with Dr. Myers at stephan.myers@towerhealth.org. Connect with Dr. Riddle at renee.riddle@towerhealth.org. And connect with Heather on Instagram @balanced_life_with_heatherbaum If you are looking for extra layers of support along your bariatric journey from experts, clinicians, and patients just like you, join the BariNation membership community! Our support groups are led by bariatric therapists, registered dietitians, wellness coaches, and other clinicians and there are weekly opportunities to connect with patients just like you in peer-to-peer meetups and live events! Check it out! You have 14 days to try the community for free before your membership kicks in! See if the support is right for YOU. Follow BariNation on Instagram @bari.nation for continued support aligned with your bariatric journey. Follow April @activley_april, follow Jason @tha_smithsonian_, and follow Natalie @breakingbari_ers --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/barination/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/barination/support

    healthsolutionsshawnjanet
    EP 259: Shawn & Janet Needham RPh of MLRX, WA DPC Discuss Barriers to Prevent Obesity

    healthsolutionsshawnjanet

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 30:58


    On this episode of Health Solutions, Shawn & Janet Needham RPh of DPC Moses Lake Professional Pharmacy, WA discuss barriers to prevent obesity. Watch to learn tips to help prevent obesity and become healthier. ~ *** Ben Shapiro & Dave Ramsey Fans. Learn how to be in the driver's seat for your healthcare choices {not the system or doctors!}

    Illuminated with Jennifer Wallace
    ACE scores and your health across your lifetime

    Illuminated with Jennifer Wallace

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 48:00


    Did you know you can measure your life expectancy by taking a short quiz about childhood experiences? Depending on the score, your lifespan either increases or decreases by 20 years!  Advances in science have found a link between Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE), and poor physical and mental health later in life. This distinction has been difficult to prove, but thanks to Dr. Vincent Filetti's dedication to studying this phenomenon, we can make a correlation between traumatic events from our past and chronic illnesses that manifest in adulthood.  In this episode, Neurosomatic Intelligence Coach, Jennifer Wallace, and Elisabeth Kristoff from Brain Based Wellness, discuss the link between childhood trauma and illness later in life in hopes of shedding light on how trauma stored in the body can cause, sometimes fatal, health issues. In this conversation, Jennifer and Elisabeth recount their own ACE scores and how it has affected their health and lives as a whole, as well as tools based in applied neurology to allow for self-regulation to help heal trauma stored in the body.   These adverse childhood experiences change the physiology of the body and mind which lead to higher risk of obesity, addiction, and other harmful maladaptive behaviors that are bad for overall health, and lower life expectancy.   When we understand the root causes of our health issues, we are more equipped in finding solutions and tools to help heal ourselves once and for all. Tools that are discussed in this episode have been proven to help not only Jennifer and Elisaeth in their healing, but many others who have used applied neurology for their benefit. Listen in for more information! .     Topics discussed in this episode:   What are ACE test scores Obesity study by Dr. Vincet Filetti Pinpoint maladaptive behaviors related to past traumas Bridging the gap between trauma and illness What a dysregulated nervous system looks like Learning tools on how to regulate to reduce chronic stress Basics on applied neurology to help heal once and for all!   Go here to get your free videos now:    https://brainbased-wellness.com/register/free-subscription/ Work with Jennifer:    https://linktr.ee/traumarewired   Get 25% Off a Private Coaching Session with me FREE 1 Year Supply of Vitamin D + 5 Travel Packs from Athletic Greens when you use   My exclusive offer: AthleticGreens.com/Rewired   Work with Elisabeth:   Get in on Elisabeth's exclusive Free Video Training - her proven step-by-step system to ZAP stress, RESOLVE anxiety, STOP pain, DROP unwanted behaviors and MAGNIFY clarity and focus.    It's easier than you think. If you can watch a video, you can heal your nervous system.    Go here to get your free videos now:    https://brainbased-wellness.com/register/free-subscription/   Connect with Jennifer:   Instagram   Connect with Elisabeth:   Website   Instagram   Facebook

    RTÉ - Morning Ireland
    Calls for advertising restrictions to tackle obesity

    RTÉ - Morning Ireland

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 7:10


    Dr Aileen McGloin, Director of Nutrition with safefood, discusses new research showing public support for restrictions on 'junk food' advertising.

    Backchat
    Chief Executive-elect John Lee's cabinet; obesity and pandemic

    Backchat

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 61:59


    biobalancehealth's podcast
    Healthcast 606 - Can Food and Lifestyle Decrease Your Total and or Free Testosterone?

    biobalancehealth's podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 20:18


    See all the Healthcasts at https://www.biobalancehealth.com/healthcast-blog/ The list of the factors that bind T so you can't use it and those that produce estrogens block free testosterone in both men and women of all ages. The list of lifestyle choices and is much longer than the list of factors you can use to stimulate testosterone. Soy in many foods: It is a fact that foods that are processed have many “fillers” that are invisible to the person eating them. These fillers are often the culprit decreasing naturally produced testosterone levels and available or active T called free T.   The biggest problem at the present is the addition of soy to nearly every processed food, even ice cream.  Soy is a phytoestrogen.  Phyto Estrogens in food (not medical estrogen) act as a female hormone, limiting the effectiveness of testosterone and the production of T.    To avoid soy in everything you eat, you must do two things: 1. Eat basic meals cooked by you or a family member from fresh foods that do not include canned or processed foods, and 2. you have to look at the label and only buy products without soy.  Currently there are only 2 brands of ice cream that don't add soy. Soy gives men a “Beer Belly” and all other foods with soy will also increase the fat collection in the abdominal area of both sexes. Soy is the primary proteins of vegans and therefore it is consumed in large volume therefore has more of an effect on lowering free T and T levels.   Eating out of and microwaving in plastic containers (even drinking water out of plastic) causes our bodies to absorb the plastic chemical's estrogen. This does us no good and is a contaminant and toxin that we store in our body fat. It is the biggest enemy of T.  It is everywhere and is considered the leading cause of lowering the average T level of men aged 15-40.  It is everywhere so stop cooking in it and drinking from it when you can!  Don't eat out of plastic bags, or microwave plastic containers, or plastic bags with food in it.   Diabetes should be treated, and blood levels of sugar should be kept in control as low as possible for type 2 diabetes.   Omega 6 fatty acids shrink the testes while the Omega 3 FA increase the activity of the testes   Dairy has inherent estrogen in it and animal feed often contains soy, and that makes the milk and meat higher in estrogen.     Trans Fats—Are in most processed foods. Chips, any snack food that is not dried fruit or nuts Commercial baked goods, such as cakes, cookies, and pies.   Microwave popcorn. Frozen pizza. Refrigerated dough, such as biscuits and rolls. Fried foods, including french fries, doughnuts, and fried chicken. Nondairy coffee creamer. Stick margarine.   Alcohol is a toxin and slows fat loss, damages the liver, and increases estrogen production in the liver, which inactivates testosterone.   Obesity is dangerous to us in so many ways. The mere fact of being obese increases our risk for multiple diseases, but fat also converts testosterone in to estrone and estradiol in both men and women.  The fatter a person is the less free testosterone he or she has.   Being a Couch Potatoe. being inactive, is deadly for testosterone production and free Testosterone. Inactivity increases fat production and estrogen production.  Moderate exercise every day is the answer!   Over activity causes an increase in SHBG which binds testosterone. Marathoners and professional athletes run the risk of binding their good total testosterone so that it is not free to bind to Testosterone receptors.   Fasting can cause increase in free testosterone by increasing SHBG. Humans were built to eat small amounts often, and eating one meal a day increases SHBG, that inactivates free T.   Licorice root (in black licorice), Ashwaghanda and all mint family herbs even basil decrease active Testosterone blood levels.   Phytoestrogens are in many women's natural supplements that are touted to decrease hot flashes. They only provide minimal relief, but also increase fat gain and estrone levels that cause inactivity of testosterone.   Medications can lower the testosterone levels in both men and women   Oral contraceptives increase estrone so much that they inactivate testosterone and suppress FSH and LH that stimulated the production of T from the ovary. Oral menopausal ERT and HRT binds up T and causes decrease of all of the benefits of T from replacement and natural T production however minimal after menopause. Finasteride and Dutasteride given to prevent hair loss or prostate enlargement causes a decrease of DHT to a point where sex drive, erectile function and muscle mass are impaired. Arimidex can cause an increase in testicular production of T, but in a small production of men and women it can inactivate the receptors for DHT and T. As the research about testosterone progress, we will find more and more lifestyle issues that decrease T total and T free levels that can interfere with normal production of T and free T in both men and women.  As these are studied researched, we will update you on the issues you can base your lifestyle and medical treatments on.