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Plant Proof - Plant Based Nutrition & Inspirational Stories
How much protein do we need with Stuart Phillips, PhD and Christopher Gardner, PhD

Plant Proof - Plant Based Nutrition & Inspirational Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 76:37 Very Popular


In Episode #228, I sit down with Dr Stuart Phillips and Dr Christopher Gardner for a discourse on how much protein we really need. We discuss nitrogen balance, lack of protein vs lack of exercise, and protein restriction. We also cover protein quality, satiety, and environmental considerations. Recommended daily intake (RDA) is a key factor in this conversation, with discussion points including its definition, the studies used to inform it, and whether you should eat above it. There is ongoing conversation about protein requirements across all eating patterns, with this contentious topic often sparking debate on social media. With protein regularly used as a marketing tool or to push an agenda, many online sources are diluted and separated from the evidence. Dr Gardner and Dr Phillips – both from different fields – have recently taken varying stances on protein, engaging in a Twitter dialogue. In this episode, we bring both of their informed perspectives to the table, and ask: how much do their opinions really differ? Specifically, we discuss: 0:00 Intro 3:13 Analyzing the RDA for Protein 17:36 What is Optimal? 22:25 Dr. Gardner's Approach to Protein 33:38 Aging & Muscle Preservation 38:32 How much is TOO much? 44:21 Vegan Protein 56:54 Environmental Concerns 1:01:52 Satiety 1:07:24 Outro You can connect with Dr Christopher Gardner on Twitter. Learn more about Dr Stuart Phillips on his faculty page, and connect with him on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. Head to theproof.com/podcast for the full show notes. Enjoy, friends. Simon Want to support the show? The best way to support the show is to use the products and services offered by our sponsors. To check them out, and enjoy great savings, visit theproof.com/friends. Simon Hill, Msc, Bsc (Hons) Creator of Theproof.com and host of The Proof with Simon Hill Author of The Proof is in the Plants Watch the episodes on YouTube, or Listen on Apple/Spotify Connect with me on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook Download my complimentary two week meal plan and high protein plant performance recipe book Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Saúde Digital
#Ep.166 - Inovações no segmento de Oral Care

Saúde Digital

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 35:10


SD166 - Inovações no segmento de Oral Care. Neste podcast, um papo com o cirurgião-dentista e empreendedor, Dr. Fábio Bezerra, CEO da NW Dental Care, e o assunto é inovação, pesquisa, manutenção da saúde bucal e os produtos desenvolvidos para auxiliar a população nos cuidados de saúde e prevenção. O Brasil é o 2º país que mais consome implantes dentários no mundo, o que possibilita a inovação nos cuidados e a entrega de produtos cada vez mais especializados em um mercado de quase R$2 bi no Brasil. Neste episódio, o que você vai encontrar: O background do Fábio  Cirurgião-dentista pela USP em Baurú. Ele tem especialização, mestrado e doutorado em Biotecnologia. Trabalha há alguns anos no desenvolvimento de inovação, o que o levou para o setor de implantes dentários. Não é tudo igual  Embora haja uma tendência em achar que no setor de saúde bucal os produtos são todos iguais, é preciso fazer distinção de acordo com as necessidades e características do usuário. Uma pasta de dente para uma criança precisa ser diferente de uma pasta para um idoso que usa implante por exemplo. Dá pra inovar? Em torno de 43% das pessoas que colocam implantes vão ter problema como inflamação gengival ou perda óssea. O mercado dominante oferece produtos inespecíficos e é aí a grande oportunidade: a busca por uma fórmula que resolva problemas específicos. Oportunidade: oferecer um produto específico, de qualidade e sustentável. O mercado brasileiro O brasileiro consome por ano em torno de 600g de pasta dental/ano. O resultado desse consumo gera 1.24 bilhões de tubos de pasta de dente/ano não recicláveis. O sócio Dr. Ariel Lenharo Um inovador e pioneiro em implantes no país. No início da década de 1990, percebeu uma oportunidade de produzir no Brasil os implantes que só existiam no exterior com importação feita em dólar. Após uma recusa de uma empresa dos Estados Unidos para abrir uma filial aqui, ele montou uma fábrica em SP para produzir implantes nacionais e, hoje, ela é a 2ª maior da América Latina e exporta para 27 países.   Os produtos inovadores Segmentação por especialidade, com um portfólio de 40 produtos, 8 já atualmente no mercado, patenteados. Produto pós-cirúrgico: o Soft Tissue; Para implantes, cuidado com o índice de abrasivo, o RDA, e a presença de antissépticos: linha Implants; Para dentes naturais ou com tratamentos estéticos: linha Cosmetic; Dentefrício em tablet. A construção do negócio Associar um Business Plan bem elaborado + pilares associados à alta performance do produto do ponto de vista clínico-científico + valor  agregado como ser eco-friendly, vegano, sustentável + uma estética diferenciada, nome autoexplicativo e com preços competitivos. Brasil: 20% dos dentistas do mundo Excesso de profissionais: mercado fica achatado, dificuldade de posicionamento, mas traz oportunidade para o empreendedorismo. Projeto NW Doctor: o profissional se cadastra e recebe treinamento, acesso aos produtos para vender para seus pacientes. Comunidade Online Saúde Digital Podcast Você é médico? Quer interagir com o Lorenzo Tomé e com outros colegas inovadores da medicina digital?  Entre na Comunidade do Podcast Saúde Digital na SD Conecta! Assista este episódio também em vídeo no YouTube no nosso canal Saúde Digital Ecossistema! ACESSE AQUI! Episódios Anteriores - Acesse! SD165 - Internet das Coisas na área da saúde SD164 - O castigo para quem não se interessa pela política SD163 - Tá de Clinicagem - História e Trajetória SD162 - Os avanços e desafios do ecossistema brasileiro de startups SD161 - A inovação na entrega dos laudos médicos Músicas | Declan DP - Indiana | Declan DP - Island | Declan DP - Raindrop "Music © Copyright Declan DP 2018 - Present. https://license.declandp.info | License ID: DDP1590665"

Divine Superconductor Radio
Is Your Magnesium Test Accurate? with Dr Carolyn Dean

Divine Superconductor Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 162:32 Very Popular


What is the most common magnesium test that doctors have their patients perform? What is the difference between serum, red blood cell (RBC) and ionized magnesium testing? Which one is the most accurate reflection of one's magnesium status? Dr Carolyn Dean, MD, author of over 50 books including the best seller The Magnesium Miracle, joins me to talk about a huge range of topics including veganism/vegetarianism, yeast overgrowth, why magnesium L-threonate is all marketing, the power of pico size minerals, detoxification, zinc, iron, vitamin D, megadosing vitamins, which nutrients are critical for thyroid hormone production, how to hit the RDA for potassium, hair tissue mineral analysis testing (HTMA), genetic testing, German New Medicine, and much more.  Dr Carolyn's website: https://drcarolyndean.com/ Order Carolyn's RNA Reset products: https://rnareset.com/?ref=cTTyPb5yETkHiv Use the discount code BLACKBURN to save 10% on your first order My website: www.matt-blackburn.com Mitolife products: www.mitolife.co Discount code FIRSTTIME to save on your first Mitolife order Music by George Henner https://georgehenner.bandcamp.com/

Mastering Nutrition
The 3 Phases of Fasting: And How to Get Kicked Out of Each One | Masterjohn Q&A Files #299

Mastering Nutrition

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 14:44 Very Popular


Short answer: 4-6 hours after a meal the small intestine is emptied and the insulin-to-glucagon ratio declines; 25 hours after, hepatic glycogen is emptied; 5 days later the brain is adapted to ketones and gluconeogenesis reaches its minimal level. Moving from one to the other cannot occur with a small piece of signaling like the bite of an apple. It requires the preponderance of signaling. This is a clip from a live Q&A session open to CMJ Masterpass members. In addition to this episode, you can access five other free samples using this link:   https://chrismasterjohnphd.substack.com/p/questions-on-vitamin-d-fatty-liver   In that batch of free episodes you will also find the answers to these questions:   • What's the difference between 25(OH)D and 1,25(OH)2D when it comes to the VDR? • Reversing Fatty Liver: How Long Does It Take? • What if my A1C says I'm diabetic but my CGM says I'm fine? • Will reishi, turmeric, or curcumin tank my testosterone? • The 3 Phases of Fasting: And How to Get Kicked Out of Each One   If you want to become a Masterpass member so you can participate in the next live Q&A, or so you can have access to the complete recording and transcript of each Q&A session, you can save 10% off the subscription price for as long as you remain a member by using this link to sign up:   https://chrismasterjohnphd.substack.com/qanda   Learn more about the Masterpass here:   https://chrismasterjohnphd.substack.com/about   This snippet is from the July 13 AMA. The full recording and transcript is reserved for Masterpass members. Here is a preview of what's included:   • How do I know if my digestive enzymes are helping or hurting? • Why does high-dose glycine give me these terrible symptoms? • How to know if my magnesium is messing with my calcium? • Why do I have vitamin A symptoms when my lab tests are normal? • What is my favorite web site for finding enzymatic cofactors? • Potassium citrate vs potassium chloride • Major problems with B vitamin supplements • Is food sensitivity testing useful? • What nutrients might help with dihydropyrimidine dehydrogenase deficiency? • Does lipoic acid hurt methylation? • Sulfur SIBO that just won't go away. • Using lactate, pyruvate, and ketone ratios to indicate the NADH/NAD+ ratio. • Helping bile flow without pharmaceuticals. • Managing pernicious anemia. • Do we really need to meet the RDA for calcium? • Could stretch marks be a sign of copper toxicity? • When iron saturation is driven by low binding capacity. • How do I know if I need methyl-free Bs? • What causes heat intolerance?   Here's a link to the full AMA:   https://chrismasterjohnphd.substack.com/p/recording-and-transcript-of-the-june-de3

The Peter Attia Drive
#224 ‒ Dietary protein: amount needed, ideal timing, quality, and more | Don Layman, Ph.D.

The Peter Attia Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 122:32 Very Popular


View the Show Notes Page for This Episode Become a Member to Receive Exclusive Content Sign Up to Receive Peter's Weekly Newsletter Don Layman is a Professor of Food Science and Human Nutrition at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. He has spent the past 40 years investigating the role of dietary protein in muscle protein synthesis. In this episode, Don describes how his decades of research have shaped his thinking around protein, muscle, anabolic factors, metabolism, and more. He explains the recommended dietary allowance (RDA) for protein: what it is, how it came about, and how it should serve only as a guide for the minimum protein necessary for survival rather than as an optimal level of protein intake. He provides an overview of the essential amino acids, explains the nuances of animal versus plant protein, and provides insights for determining protein quality, absorption rates, and how to best track your intake. He discusses the ideal timing of protein intake in relation to resistance exercise, how protein should be distributed among meals, and how limitations in protein utilization per sitting can impact those practicing time-restricted eating. Additionally, Don shares results from his clinical trials, including how a high-protein diet fared in terms of fat loss, and explains the differences in protein utilization between adolescents and adults and how the problem of reduced efficiency of protein utilization in older adults can be overcome. We discuss: Don's background: from growing up on a farm to studying nutritional biochemistry [2:30]; Don's philosophy on nutrition, muscle, and metabolism [6:30]; The controversial relationship between saturated fat and atherosclerosis [18:15]; The basics of protein and amino acids [25:45]; Origin and limitations of the current recommended dietary allowance (RDA) for protein intake [32:15]; Protein sources: determining quality, absorption rates, and how to track intake [41:15]; Leucine, lysine, and methionine: three important essential amino acids [48:00]; The vital role of ruminant animals in the production of quality protein [53:15]; The differing needs and impacts of dietary protein for a 16-year old compared to a 65-year old [59:30]; Consequences of protein deficiency in childhood [1:06:30]; Muscle protein synthesis: ideal timing, small meals vs. big meals, and more [1:12:45]; Protein needs of children [1:19:45]; How important is timing protein intake around training? [1:24:15]; The role of leucine in fatty acid oxidation by muscle [1:28:15]; High protein diets for fat loss: Results from Don's clinical trials [1:31:30]; Influence of industry funding on nutrition studies [1:43:45]; Don's thoughts on plant-based and synthetic “meats” [1:48:45]; Problems with epidemiological studies of dietary protein [1:56:30]; More. Connect With Peter on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and YouTube

Le Foot Histoire Podcast
grand joueurs#515 Sparwasser le seul match entre les deux bloc allemand changera sa vie radicalement

Le Foot Histoire Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 16:03


Jürgen Sparwasser assez peux connue jusqu'au jour ou oui il marquera le but victorieux lors du seul match de l'histoire je crois entre les deux bloc allemand la (RFA) et la (RDA) il ne le savais pas mais sa vie changera a tout jamais en club mais après sa carrière de footeux cause de ce but positif ou négatif en fonction des avis des un et des autre sur ce sujet la.

Sam Miller Science
S 407: Risk Factors for Over Supplementation: Evaluating RDA and Supplementation, Fat Soluble vs Water Soluble Vitamins, Iron and Herbal Supplementation, and More!

Sam Miller Science

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 33:53


Are there risks to over supplementation with you or your clients? I've seen many cases where coaches have loaded up their clients on varies supplements and not taking into consideration the potential overlap. We'll take a look at RDA values vs what would be optimal according to research, fat soluble vs water soluble vitamin considerations, iron and herbal supplementation considerations, and more! Topics include:   - Over Supplementation Risks - Recommended Dietary Allowance - FNMS Program - Fat Soluble Vitamins - More on Vitamin D - Vitamin A - Iron Supplementation - Herbal Supplementation - Please Share, Rate, and Review ----------  My Live Program for Coaches: The Functional Nutrition and Metabolism Specialization  www.metabolismschool.com ----------  Sign Up for My No Cost Hormone Blueprint Workshop ----------  No-Cost Coaching Resources for Our Listeners The Check-In Checklist: Academy.sammillerscience.com/checklist  ----------  Stay Connected Instagram: @sammillerscience Facebook: The Nutrition Coaching Collaborative Community  https://www.facebook.com/groups/nutritioncoachingcollaborative TikTok: @sammillerscience - https://vm.tiktok.com/ZTdPVQtMH/ ---------- “This Podcast is for general informational purposes only and does not constitute the practice of medicine, nursing or other professional health care services, including the giving of medical advice, and no doctor/patient relationship is formed. The use of information on this podcast and the show notes or the reliance on the information provided is to be done at the user's own risk. The content of this podcast is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment and is for educational purposes only. Always consult your physician before beginning any exercise program and users should not disregard, or delay in obtaining, medical advice for any medical condition they may have and should seek the assistance of their health care professionals for any such conditions. By accessing this Podcast, the listener acknowledges that the entire contents and design of this Podcast, are the property of Oracle Athletic Science LLC, or used by Oracle Athletic Science LLC with permission, and are protected under U.S. and international copyright and trademark laws. Except as otherwise provided herein, users of this Podcast may save and use information contained in the Podcast only for personal or other non-commercial, educational purposes. No other use, including, without limitation, reproduction, retransmission or editing, of this Podcast may be made without the prior written permission of Oracle Athletic Science LLC, which may be requested by contacting the Oracle Athletic Science LLC by email at team@sammillerscience.com. By accessing this Podcast, the listener acknowledges that Oracle Athletic Science LLC makes no warranty, guarantee, or representation as to the accuracy or sufficiency of the information featured in this Podcast.”

Fueled by The Outdoors
Innovating with RDA Outdoors

Fueled by The Outdoors

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 101:33


Today on episode 99 of the Podcast Chris is joined by Luke Dautel of RDA Outdoors. Topics include: Luke's start in hunting; Life in the industry; The Mobile Hunters Expo; CHOP; One Sticking; RDA's Line of Products; Working with Amsteel; Supply Chain Issues; And Much More! Take Time To Visit Our Sponsors! Huntworth - Click Here! Afflictor Broadheads - Click Here! We would love to hear your thoughts on this one as well so feel free to hit us up in the email or send us a message! If you haven't already check out our YouTube page and subscribe! As always if you enjoy listening to the podcast please like, share, and give us 5 stars on any of the major podcast platforms we are found on. Hear something we missed? Let us know what we are doing wrong or doing right, or if you have a question; Email us at Fueledbytheoutdoors@gmail.com Happy Hunting and Tight Lines! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fueledbytheoutdoors/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fueledbytheoutdoors/support

Podcast de La Hora de Walter
01 14-09-22 LHDW Cuba sufre la mayor crisis migratoria de la historia, el comunismo es ruina

Podcast de La Hora de Walter

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 27:08


01 14-09-22 LHDW Cuba sufre la mayor crisis migratoria de la historia, el comunismo es ruina. Venezuela, la RDA, Corea del Norte son ejemplos de huidos de este régimen

The Diet Doc Movement
Self-Proclaimed Coffee Addicts This Ones For You - with Hannah Davis, RD

The Diet Doc Movement

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 23:56


Hannah Davis is a registered dietitian who specializes in women's gut & hormone health in the functional nutrition space. She has over 10 years of clinical experience in Medical Nutrition Therapy and is passionate about helping women find the root cause of systemic imbalances that lead to puzzling symptoms like fatigue, brain fog, low energy, anxiety and weight loss resistance. She wants to help women who feel dismissed in a conventional health care setting feel empowered to achieve optimal health and understand their body's unique needs once and for all. And this is why we asked her to come chat about all things caffein with us! Hannah speaks on the RDA of caffein, how to optimize using it, the effect is has on our hormones and our tolerance of it. There is certainly a time and place to enjoy and use caffein but establishing a foundation of nutrition, circadian rhythm and a daily dose of sunshine for energy regulation should take the front seat! Caffein Content Reference Guide 8oz Black Coffee ~96mg 1oz Espresso ~64mg 16oz Grande Starbucks Caffe Latte ~250mg 8oz Green Tea ~28mg 8oz Cola ~22mg 12oz can Alani Nu Pre-Workout ~200mg 16oz can Bang Energy ~300mg 1oz 70-85% Dark Chocolate ~23mg

Intentional Living with Dr. Randy Carlson

Are you familiar with the abbreviation RDA? It stands for Recommended Daily Allowance, and it's about nutritional intake to keep you healthy. But an RDA for forgiveness is also necessary, if you want to keep your marriage healthy. Dr. Randy helps you understand the giving and receiving of forgiveness in your marriage. Sign up for […]

Mastering Nutrition
Will reishi, turmeric, or curcumin tank my testosterone? | Masterjohn Q&A Files #298

Mastering Nutrition

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 17:59


Short answer: Probably not. Animal studies showing a difference use huge doses in an unrealistic context. Human studies show they don't at doses used. Human effect on PSA is vulnerable to regression to the mean and thoroughly unconvincing.   This is a clip from a live Q&A session open to CMJ Masterpass members. In addition to this episode, you can access five other free samples using this link:   https://chrismasterjohnphd.substack.com/p/questions-on-vitamin-d-fatty-liver In that batch of free episodes you will also find the answers to these questions: What's the difference between 25(OH)D and 1,25(OH)2D when it comes to the VDR? Reversing Fatty Liver: How Long Does It Take? What if my A1C says I'm diabetic but my CGM says I'm fine? Will reishi, turmeric, or curcumin tank my testosterone? The 3 Phases of Fasting: And How to Get Kicked Out of Each One If you want to become a Masterpass member so you can participate in the next live Q&A, or so you can have access to the complete recording and transcript of each Q&A session, you can save 10% off the subscription price for as long as you remain a member by using this link to sign up: https://chrismasterjohnphd.substack.com/qanda Learn more about the Masterpass here: https://chrismasterjohnphd.substack.com/about This snippet is from the July 13 AMA. The full recording and transcript is reserved for Masterpass members. Here is a preview of what's included: How do I know if my digestive enzymes are helping or hurting? Why does high-dose glycine give me these terrible symptoms? How to know if my magnesium is messing with my calcium? Why do I have vitamin A symptoms when my lab tests are normal What is my favorite web site for finding enzymatic cofactors Potassium citrate vs potassium chloride Major problems with B vitamin supplements Is food sensitivity testing useful? What nutrients might help with dihydropyrimidine dehydrogenase deficiency? Does lipoic acid hurt methylation? Sulfur SIBO that just won't go away. Using lactate, pyruvate, and ketone ratios to indicate the NADH/NAD+ ratio. Helping bile flow without pharmaceuticals. Managing pernicious anemia. Do we really need to meet the RDA for calcium? Could stretch marks be a sign of copper toxicity? When iron saturation is driven by low binding capacity. How do I know if I need methyl-free Bs? What causes heat intolerance? Here's a link to the full AMA: hthttps://chrismasterjohnphd.substack.com/p/recording-and-transcript-of-the-june Access the show notes, transcript, and comments here.

Plata o Plomo: El mundo en series
Plata o Plomo I 'Kleo', la serie alemana de Netflix que recomendó Stephen King

Plata o Plomo: El mundo en series

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 11:50


Nueva entrega del podcast ‘Plata o Plomo: El Mundo en Series’, de Ana Pastor y Fernando Berlín. Series, actualidad y política se dan cita cada semana en Newtral y La Cafetera. En este programa hablamos sobre Kleo. Esta serie alemana que se acaba de estrenar en Netflix cuenta la historia de una espía de la RDA que mató a un hombre de negocios y es detenida por la Stasi.

A Matter of Faith: A Presby Podcast
¿Qué es la pastoral para personas con impedimentos?

A Matter of Faith: A Presby Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 66:31


¿Qué es la pastoral para personas con impedimentos? ¿Por qué es importante el tema para nuestras iglesias? ¿Cuáles son algunos de los retos?Invitada especial:Rda. Wilma Quiñonez Cubero, Pastora de la Iglesia Presbiteriana en County Club, Carolina, Puerto Rico. 

Les journaux de France Culture
"Il a changé ma vie" : Angela Merkel rend un hommage ému à Mikhaïl Gorbatchev

Les journaux de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 19:59


durée : 00:19:59 - Journal de 18h - De Joe Biden à Olaf Scholz en passant par Emmanuel Macron, les dirigeants occidentaux saluent la mémoire de Mikhaïl Gorbatchev, l'ultime président de l'Union soviétique, disparu hier à Moscou. L'ancienne chancelière allemande Angela Merkel, qui a grandi en RDA, a exprimé une émotion personnelle.

Le journal de 18h00
"Il a changé ma vie" : Angela Merkel rend un hommage ému à Mikhaïl Gorbatchev

Le journal de 18h00

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 19:59


durée : 00:19:59 - Journal de 18h - De Joe Biden à Olaf Scholz en passant par Emmanuel Macron, les dirigeants occidentaux saluent la mémoire de Mikhaïl Gorbatchev, l'ultime président de l'Union soviétique, disparu hier à Moscou. L'ancienne chancelière allemande Angela Merkel, qui a grandi en RDA, a exprimé une émotion personnelle.

Finding Fitbliss
Do You Need to Chug a Protein Shake PWO? Evidence Based Protein RX for Athletes and Body Recomp + Myths, Hacks and Making Vegetarian Diets Work

Finding Fitbliss

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 35:48


In this episode, Jess interviews our CSO and Master Coach Natalie on all things PROTEIN! The ladies discuss why thy RDA doesn't make much sense for individuals working on protein goals, the proper amount of protein to optimize your goals, practical tips for getting more protein, and so much more!  @natalieadair @mathesonjess @teamfitbliss 

Nutrition Rounds Podcast
Eating for a Stronger Self – How Much Protein Do You Really Need?

Nutrition Rounds Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 67:39 Very Popular


Join Dr. Danielle Belardo and her expert of the week, an internal and emergency medicine physician who has been dubbed the Latin Dr. Fauci, Dr. Mauricio Gonzalez-Arias. This week, Danielle and Mauricio dive into a topic that doesn't get a lot of air time in the plant-based community but that is incredibly important—protein. It doesn't matter which area of the dietary spectrum you are in, this episode will be incredibly educational, informative, and helpful for you.      Danielle and Mauricio discuss:        What is protein, and why is it so important to include it in your diet?  The meaning of RDA and how it affects protein intake    The daily protein recommendations for increasing muscle mass and losing weight, as well as ways to increase your intake  The physical and psychological benefits of resistance training and tips to include more in your workout routine even if you don't like it   High-quality, vegetarian protein sources    Amino acid composition in animal vs. plant proteins and how much leucine to include each day      Check out these free resources:  American College of Sports Medicine  EXRX      Dr. Mauricio González is a Mexican doctor who practices medicine in New York. He has a double major in internal medicine and emergency medicine from New York Medical College. Along with his wife, Mayte Moncada, he founded the Veggie Power Summit ® which is the largest congress in Latin America on plant-based nutrition. Various television networks have interviewed him to combat disinformation and he frequently collaborates with CNN en Español, Telemundo, Televisa, and Univision La Saga. He has also been interviewed by People Magazine, The Today Show, InStyle, and GQ Mexico and shared a forum panel with Dr. Tedros and Bill Clinton.    Thank you so much for taking the time to contribute to a generation that values fact over fiction! Be sure to rate, review, and follow on your favorite podcast app and let us know which not-so-wellness trend you'd like to hear debunked. Follow your host on Instagram @daniellebelardomd and the podcast @wellnessfactvsfiction. All studies discussed can be found @wellnessfvfjournalclub. Follow Mauricio @dr.mauriciogonzalez and his wife Mayte @mayte_moncada_p.    Thank you to our sponsors for making this episode possible. Check out these deals just for you:  COZY EARTH - Go to cozyearth.com and enter WELLNESS at checkout to SAVE thirty-five  Percent.  ZOCDOC - Go to zocdoc.com/WELLNESS and download the Zocdoc app for FREE. Then start your   search for a top-rated doctor today.  

Mastering Nutrition
What if my A1C says I'm diabetic but my CGM says I'm fine? | Masterjohn Q&A Files #297

Mastering Nutrition

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 5:21


Short answer: Trust the CGM. HbA1c is confounded by red blood cell turnover and fructosamine 3-kinase activity. This is a clip from a live Q&A session open to CMJ Masterpass members. In addition to this episode, you can access five other free samples using this link:   https://chrismasterjohnphd.substack.com/p/questions-on-vitamin-d-fatty-liver In that batch of free episodes you will also find the answers to these questions: What's the difference between 25(OH)D and 1,25(OH)2D when it comes to the VDR? Reversing Fatty Liver: How Long Does It Take? What if my A1C says I'm diabetic but my CGM says I'm fine? Will reishi, turmeric, or curcumin tank my testosterone? The 3 Phases of Fasting: And How to Get Kicked Out of Each One If you want to become a Masterpass member so you can participate in the next live Q&A, or so you can have access to the complete recording and transcript of each Q&A session, you can save 10% off the subscription price for as long as you remain a member by using this link to sign up: https://chrismasterjohnphd.substack.com/qanda Learn more about the Masterpass here: https://chrismasterjohnphd.substack.com/about This snippet is from the July 13 AMA. The full recording and transcript is reserved for Masterpass members. Here is a preview of what's included: How do I know if my digestive enzymes are helping or hurting? Why does high-dose glycine give me these terrible symptoms? How to know if my magnesium is messing with my calcium? Why do I have vitamin A symptoms when my lab tests are normal What is my favorite web site for finding enzymatic cofactors Potassium citrate vs potassium chloride Major problems with B vitamin supplements Is food sensitivity testing useful? What nutrients might help with dihydropyrimidine dehydrogenase deficiency? Does lipoic acid hurt methylation? Sulfur SIBO that just won't go away. Using lactate, pyruvate, and ketone ratios to indicate the NADH/NAD+ ratio. Helping bile flow without pharmaceuticals. Managing pernicious anemia. Do we really need to meet the RDA for calcium? Could stretch marks be a sign of copper toxicity? When iron saturation is driven by low binding capacity. How do I know if I need methyl-free Bs? What causes heat intolerance? Here's a link to the full AMA: https://chrismasterjohnphd.substack.com/p/recording-and-transcript-of-the-june Access the show notes, transcript, and comments here.

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 08.19.22

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 64:17 Very Popular


VIDEOS: Dr. Ryan Cole: Covid Vaccine Side Effects Are Like A Nuclear Bomb (10:00) We don't need the CIA – The Chris Hedges Report (10:00)   GlyNAC supplementation reverses aging hallmarks in aging humans Baylor College of Medicine, August 19, 2022 A randomized, double blind human clinical trial conducted by researchers at Baylor College of Medicine reveals that supplementation with GlyNAC—a combination of glycine and N-acetylcysteine—improves many age-associated defects in older humans and powerfully promotes healthy aging. This is relevant because until now, there have been no solutions toward improving many of these age-related declines in people. Published in The Journals of Gerontology: Series A, the study shows that older humans taking GlyNAC for 16-weeks improved many characteristic defects of aging. This includes oxidative stress, glutathione deficiency and multiple aging hallmarks affecting mitochondrial dysfunction, mitophagy, inflammation, insulin resistance, endothelial dysfunction, genomic damage, stem cell fatigue and cellular senescence. These were associated with improvements in muscle strength, gait speed, exercise capacity, waist circumference and blood pressure. The improvements in oxidative stress, glutathione levels and mitochondrial function in the muscle tissue of older humans taking GlyNAC were similar to the improvements in organs such as the heart, liver and kidneys of aged mice supplemented with GlyNAC as reported in the researchers' recent publication. Taken together, the results of these studies show that GlyNAC supplementation can improve these defects in many different organs of the body. “GlyNAC supplementation in aging mice increased their length of life mice by 24%,” said Sekhar. “Gait speed is reported to be associated with survival in older humans. Our randomized clinical trial found a significant improvement in gait speed in older humans supplemented with GlyNAC. This raises the interesting question of whether GlyNAC supplementation could have implications for survival in people.” Mitochondria generate energy needed for supporting cellular functions. However, the ability of mitochondria to work well declines as we age. How to improve the ability of these failing mitochondria to work is not well understood, and therefore no solutions have been available. Sekhar's group discovered earlier that supplementing GlyNAC in aged mice corrected malfunctioning mitochondria. However, to definitively determine whether GlyNAC supplementation benefited people, a placebo-controlled randomized clinical trial was required. After 16-weeks of GlyNAC supplementation, mitochondrial function of older people improve toward levels found in young people. This was accompanied by improvements in multiple additional outcomes as reported in the publication. Analysis of the molecular data from the trial suggests that the GlyNAC supplementation is able to fill cells with younger and more efficient mitochondria. “Collectively these exciting new discoveries hold great promise for improving our mitochondrial and general health as we age,” Sekhar said. A second vital benefit offered by supplementing GlyNAC is that it also helps protect the body from an important problem called oxidative stress. GlyNAC supplementation corrects glutathione deficiency and lowers oxidative stress in older humans back to youthful levels, thereby solving both problems. “One of the intriguing questions from this trial is why so many improvements occur toward promoting health. We believe that this is due to the combined effort of three separate components—glycine, cysteine (from NAC) and glutathione, and not just due to glutathione itself. Glycine and cysteine are both very important for cellular health on their own, and GlyNAC provides both. Glycine and cysteine are building blocks to form glutathione, which also has health benefits. We believe that the improvements in this trial and in our previous studies are the result of the combined effects of glycine and NAC and glutathione, and we refer to this combination as the ‘Power of 3,'” said Sekhar. GlyNAC supplementation improved muscle strength in the upper and lower extremity and a trend toward increased exercise capacity. “These findings could have additional implications for improving the health of older humans, especially in terms of being able to be more physically active,” said Sekhar. High-fructose corn syrup consumption in adolescence impairs learning and memory University of Southern California, August 12, 2022 Because most corn in America is genetically modified to kill corn “pests,” no human on Earth should be eating it, especially every day. This is now being proven by scientists who run tests on animals in laboratories and have concluded that high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS) and sucrose can impair an adolescent animal's ability to learn, and it can impair its ability to remember information. And that brings us to the rat genome. Research reveals a difference between adult animals that consume HFCS-sweetened beverages and adolescent animals that consume the same. The amounts of HFCS used in the research were very similar to the amounts of GMO sugar found in common soft drinks. The study was conducted over one month. The lead author of the study said it's no secret that soft drinks can lead to not only metabolic disturbances but interference with the brain's ability to function normally and remember “critical information” about one's environment. Dr. Scott Kanoski from the University of Southern California explained, “The hippocampus is such a critical brain region for memory function. In many ways this region is a canary in the coal mine, as it is particularly sensitive to insult by various environmental factors, including eating foods that are high in saturated fat and processed sugar.” Music More Effective Than Drugs At Releasing Brain's Painkillers McGill University (Montreal), August 11, 2022 400 published scientific papers have proven the old adage that “music is medicine.” Neurochemical benefits of music can improve the body's immune system, reduce anxiety levels and help regulate mood in ways that drugs have difficulty competing. “We've found compelling evidence that musical interventions can play a health care role in settings ranging from operating rooms to family clinics,” says Prof. Levitin of McGill University's Psychology Department. “But even more importantly, we were able to document the neurochemical mechanisms by which music has an effect in four domains: management of mood, stress, immunity and as an aid to social bonding.” Like other pleasurable experiences, there are two components to enjoying music: anticipation of hearing your favourite song, and then actually hearing it. The brain signalling chemical dopamine, which is linked to reward, is involved in both phases. But neuroscientists have wondered for decades whether there was more to it — what gives music its power to induce euphoria? The brain's natural opioids could be key. Professor Levitin's team showed that blocking opioid signals in the brain by giving people a drug called naltrexone reduces the amount of pleasure they report getting from their favourite song. They still enjoy the anticipation of hearing the song just as much, suggesting that, although dopamine is involved, it's when the opioids kick in that music really starts to affect our minds. A flood of opioids would also explain music's effect on our body. Listening to music is known to raise people's pain thresholds, so much so that in some cases, it can be used to reduce the need for morphine-like painkillers. In their analysis, Levitin's team surveyed over 400 papers, looking for patterns in the scientific evidence supporting the claim that music can affect brain chemistry in a positive way. They succeeded in isolating four areas where music can help: Reward, motivation, and pleasure (to help with eating disorders, as an example) Stress and arousal (to help reduce anxiety) Immunity (to strengthen the body's immune system and slow-down age related decline) Social affiliation (to assist in trust building and social bonding) The researchers connected these areas with four primary neuro-chemical systems: Dopamine and opioids Cortisol (and related hormones) Serotonin (and related hormones) Oxytocin “We know music facilitates active neurochemical processes in a symphony of opioids which pharmaceutical intervention has been unable to match,” said Dr. Francis Chandra commenting on the study. Calcium & magnesium reduce risk of metabolic syndrome: 9000-strong study Case Western Reserve University, August 14, 2022 Calcium and magnesium may reduce the risk of metabolic syndrome – but men need above and beyond recommended levels for this effect, say researchers. The researchers from the Case Western Reserve University in the US used 9,148 adults to test the theory that higher dietary intakes of calcium and magnesium decreased the risk of metabolic syndrome. Using 24-hour recalls as part of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Study, they found women who met the US recommended dietary allowance (RDA) for both magnesium (310–320 mg per day) and calcium (1000–1200 mg per day) saw the greatest decrease in risk of metabolic syndrome. The European RDA for magnesium is 375 mg and 800 mg for calcium. Meanwhile, they did not see the same association for men meeting the RDA for magnesium (400–420 mg per day) and calcium (1000–1200 mg per day), individually or in combination. However, when these intakes were increased to over 386 mg for magnesium and over 1224 mg per day for calcium, the odds of metabolic syndrome for the men was lowered. “The underlying mechanisms driving the differences we and others have observed by sex are not well understood and warrant additional mechanistic studies,” the researchers wrote. The study measured serum triglyceride, high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol and glucose levels as markers of the condition Treadmill exercise shown to improve Parkinson's symptoms in mice Rush University Medical Center, August 18, 2022 Regular treadmill exercise helped improve Parkinson's disease symptoms in mice in a recent study by researchers at RUSH University Medical Center. The results of the study were recently published in the Cell Reports. “We're very excited about the results,” said Kalipada Pahan, Ph.D., Floyd A. Davis, MD, Endowed Chair in Neurology and professor of neurological sciences, biochemistry, pharmacology at the RUSH University Medical Center. “Our hope is that we can use this as a jumping off point for furthering our ability to help Parkinson's patients manage their symptoms.” In the study, scientists found positive results in using regular treadmill exercise to stop the spread of the α-synuclein protein and reverse biochemical, cellular, and anatomical changes that occur in the brains of mice with Parkinson's disease in the absence of any drugs. The mice in the trial ran on a treadmill consistently in 30-minute intervals for six days a week, over the course of two months. The findings are key in the ongoing research of Parkinson's, but Pahan and his team were quick to note that while treadmill exercise is something that can be easily available and accessible, some patients with Parkinson's might not be able to run on a treadmill daily. “Once patients are diagnosed with these neurodegenerative disorders, there are no drugs available for halting the disease progression,” Pahan said. “Understanding how the treadmill helps the brain is important to developing treadmill-associated drugs that can inhibit α-synuclein pathology, protect the brain, and stop the progression of Lewy body diseases.” 30 Minutes of Reading a Day Could Add Years to Your Life University of Sussex (UK) and Yale University, August 7, 2022 Past studies have shown that reading books can benefit people in a multitude of ways, physically, mentally, and intellectually. Now in a new study, people who read a book for about 30 minutes a day were found to live approximately 2 years longer than those who didn't read at all. In previous research, curling up with a good book has been shown to improve people's social skills by improving their ability to read the thoughts and feelings of others. Researchers at the University of Sussex in England found that reading was “the most effective way to overcome stress” – even better than listening to music, having a cup of tea, or going for a walk. Reading has also been proven to be a great way to keep the mind sharp, and may reduce mental decline by 32%, helping to prevent Alzheimer's disease. For the new study, researchers from Yale University analyzed data on 3,635 people age 50 and older. The participants were divided into 3 groups – those who didn't read at all, those who read up to 30 minutes a day, and those who read for longer than 3.5 hours per week. Those who read the most tended to be women with college educations and high incomes. The researchers said that book readers appear to have a “significant survival advantage” over people who don't read books. The study didn't address whether reading on a Kindle or other tablet device counted, but it did find that book readers in general lived an average of 2 years longer than non-readers. Specifically, the researchers found that people who read up to 3.5 hours a week were 17% less likely to die over the study's 12-year follow-up period than participants who read no books. This was after accounting for the participants' age, race, self-reported health, depression, employment, and marital status. Compared with those who didn't read books, those who read for more than 3.5 hours a week were 23% less likely to die overall.

Dental Up
AGD 2022 Live, with Dr. Eric Wong

Dental Up

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 25:13


On this episode of the Dental Up Podcast, we recorded onsite at the 2022 AGD Show in Orlando Florida live with Dr. Eric Wong, MAGD! Dr. Wong is a graduate of University of the Pacific, Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry and was in private practice in Sacramento, CA for 20 years.  He is currently a supervising dentist at CSP Solano, where he has worked for 11 years after retiring from private practice.  He is currently the Division Coordinator over Continuing Education and has served on the PACE Council for 6 years, 3 years as the Chairperson. Dr. Wong is also a subject matter expert for DANB's exam committee. He has served on the California Dental Board as an Expert Examiner, for Dental Licensure, RDAEF-licensure, and RDA licensure.  He provided training for Dental Board staff, as a Dental Consultant.  Dr. Wong has served in the Enforcement division providing Dental Expert testimony and report writing.  Dr. Wong is Past President of the California AGD as well as Sacramento-Sierra AGD. In this episode of the Dental Up Podcast, you will hear about: - What role Dr. Wong plays for the AGD and his future plans - How he originally got introduced to and started with the AGD - His unique practice! - A typical day in Dr. Wong's unique practice - How Covid affected his practice - His advice to the next generation of dentists entering the field   Discover the Dental Up Podcast and subscribe on your favorite listening platforms like Spotify, Apple Podcasts, iHeart Radio, YouTube, and more! Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6gfHeYc6WHsPfzVdoLQVV9 Apple Podcasts:  https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-dental-up-podcast/id999909601 iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-dental-up-28030030/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/keatingdental

The Dental Up Podcast
AGD 2022 Live, with Dr. Eric Wong

The Dental Up Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 25:13


On this episode of the Dental Up Podcast, we recorded onsite at the 2022 AGD Show in Orlando Florida live with Dr. Eric Wong, MAGD! Dr. Wong is a graduate of University of the Pacific, Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry and was in private practice in Sacramento, CA for 20 years.  He is currently a supervising dentist at CSP Solano, where he has worked for 11 years after retiring from private practice.  He is currently the Division Coordinator over Continuing Education and has served on the PACE Council for 6 years, 3 years as the Chairperson. Dr. Wong is also a subject matter expert for DANB's exam committee. He has served on the California Dental Board as an Expert Examiner, for Dental Licensure, RDAEF-licensure, and RDA licensure.  He provided training for Dental Board staff, as a Dental Consultant.  Dr. Wong has served in the Enforcement division providing Dental Expert testimony and report writing.  Dr. Wong is Past President of the California AGD as well as Sacramento-Sierra AGD. In this episode of the Dental Up Podcast, you will hear about: - What role Dr. Wong plays for the AGD and his future plans - How he originally got introduced to and started with the AGD - His unique practice! - A typical day in Dr. Wong's unique practice - How Covid affected his practice - His advice to the next generation of dentists entering the field   Discover the Dental Up Podcast and subscribe on your favorite listening platforms like Spotify, Apple Podcasts, iHeart Radio, YouTube, and more! Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6gfHeYc6WHsPfzVdoLQVV9 Apple Podcasts:  https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-dental-up-podcast/id999909601 iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-dental-up-28030030/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/keatingdental

Escuchando Peliculas
Viento de Libertad (2018) #Thriller #Drama #peliculas #audesc #podcast

Escuchando Peliculas

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 112:53


País Alemania Dirección Michael Herbig Guion Kit Hopkins, Thilo Röscheisen Música Ralf Wengenmayr Fotografía Torsten Breuer Reparto Friedrich Mücke, Karoline Schuch, Alicia von Rittberg, David Kross, Thomas Kretschmann, Jonas Holdenrieder, Ronald Kukulies, Emily Kusche, Christian Näthe, Sebastian Hülk, Ulrich Brandhoff, Peter Trabner, Bernd Michael Lade Sinopsis En los años 80 dos familias alemanas de la Alemania oriental (RDA) intentan pasar a la Alemania occidental (RFA) en un globo aerostático casero.

Un Cuento de Dos Higienistas
29 De Higienista a Dentista 

Un Cuento de Dos Higienistas

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 37:05


Esta semana entrevistamos a Esmeralda Diaz una asistente que estudió para ser higienista y ahora está en su cuarto ano de la escuela dental.    Aspectos discutidos en este episodio: Trayectoria profesional Inseguridades en las latinas Experiencia en escuela de odontología Consejos para ingresar a la escuela de odontología Cites: “Puedes si puedes.  Pero quieres?”  “I did it and why not got me here.” “Yo no me deje celebrar. I took away from that moment from myself por mis miedos por mis inseguridades.” “Am I using this as an excuse?” “Ask yourself why not? IG: esmeralda2thedds or esmeralda91 Esmeralda Diaz, RDA, RDH, DS4

Awaken Beauty Podcast
One Mineral to Drastically Reduce Anxiety, ADHD and Depression

Awaken Beauty Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 20:44


Alright my friends, I can honestly say that magnesium has been a LIFE SAVER for so many years, for a good reason.Magnesium Bolsters Your Biological and Mental HealthOptimal magnesium levels go a very long way when it comes to anything and everything brain-related. Whether you're wanting to wake up feeling alive and energized, focus on the task at hand, remember everything on your daily ‘to do' list, or just get a good night's rest, you need an ample amount of magnesium to accomplish it. In addition to supporting the health of your nerves themselves, magnesium also helps with occasional head tension & discomfort and supports a relaxed mood.  Magnesium is a cofactor in more than 325 enzymatic reactions—in DNA and neurotransmitters; in the bones, heart and brain; in every cell of the body. Unfortunately, a deficiency of this crucial mineral is the most common nutritional deficiency today. Fortunately, supplementation with magnesium is the most impactful integrative supplement  you can turn to, particularly in depression and ADHD.Why is magnesium deficiency so common, and why is restoring the mineral so essential to mental and emotional well-being and behavioral balance? The rest of this dialogue addresses those two questions, and presents aspects of this critical therapeutic approach.Let's Talk Magnesium DeficiencyThe population is deficient in magnesium—found abundantly in whole grains, beans and legumes, nuts and seeds, and leafy greens, as well as cocoa and molasses—for several reasons. 1st: Soil depletion.Intensive agricultural practices rob the soil of magnesium and don't replace it.  As a result, many core food crops—such as whole grains—are low in magnesium. A recent paper put it this way: Magnesium's “importance as a macronutrient ion has been overlooked in recent decades by botanists and agriculturists, who did not regard Mg deficiency in plants as a severe health problem.  However, recent studies have shown, surprisingly, that Mg contents in historical cereal seeds have markedly declined over time, and two thirds of people surveyed in developed countries received less than their minimum daily Mg requirement.”2nd: Food processing. Magnesium is stripped from foods during food processing. For example, refined grains—without magnesium-rich germ and bran—have only 16% of the magnesium of whole grains. [2]3rd: Stress. Physical and emotional stress—a constant reality in our 24/7 society—drain the body of magnesium.  In fact, studies show inverse relationships between serum cortisol and magnesium—the higher the magnesium, the lower the cortisol. Stress robs the body of magnesium—but the body must have magnesium to respond effectively to stress.Other factors. Many medications—such as medications for ADHD—deplete magnesium. So does the intake of alcohol, caffeine and soft drinks.The result: In 1900, the average intake of magnesium was 475 to 500 mg daily. Today, it's 175 to 225 mg daily. Which means that only one-third of adult Americans get the daily RDA for magnesium—320 mg for women, and 420 mg for men. (And many researchers consider the RDA itself inadequate.)  And that magnesium deficit causes deficits in health. Magnesium deficiency has been cited as contributing to brain function, hypertension, type 2 diabetes, obesity, osteoporosis and certain types of cancer. But detecting that deficiency in laboratory testing is difficult, because most magnesium in the body is stored in the skeletal and other tissues. Only 1% is in the blood, so plasma levels are not a reliable indicator. That means a “normal” magnesium blood level may exist despite a serious magnesium deficit. An effective therapeutic strategy: Assume a deficit is present, and prescribe the mineral along with other appropriate medical and natural treatments.  That's particularly true if an individual has symptoms such as anxiety, irritability, insomnia and constipation, all of which indicate a magnesium deficiency.I Say We Rename it: The Mind MineralSome of the highest levels of magnesium in the body are found in the central nervous system, with studies dating back to the 1920s showing how crucial magnesium is for a balanced brain…It's known, for example, that magnesium interacts with GABA receptors, supporting the calming actions of this neurotransmitter. Magnesium also keeps glutamate—an excitatory neurotransmitter—within healthy limits. Individuals with higher magnesium levels also have healthy amounts of serotonin - which is all made in the gut.And further, the synthesis of dopamine requires magnesium.  THis is critically important if you have ADHD. In summary, the body needs magnesium to create neurotransmitters (biosynthesis) and for those neurotransmitters to actually transmit. Magnesium also acts at both the pituitary and adrenal levels. In the pituitary gland, it modulates the release of ACTH, a hormone that travels to the adrenal glands, stimulating cortisol release. In the adrenal gland, it maintains a healthy response to ACTH, keeping cortisol release within a normal range. As a result, magnesium is a must for maintaining the homeostasis of the HPA axis. Given all these key mechanisms of action, it's not surprising that a lack of the mineral can produce psychiatric and other types of problems.  A person may have: Difficulty with memory and concentration. Depression, apathy and fatigue. Emotional lability. Irritability, nervousness and anxiety. Insomnia. Migraine headaches. Constipation. PMS. Dysmenorrhea. Fibromyalgia. Autism. ADHD. Fortunately, studies show that magnesium repletion—restoring normal levels of the mineral—produces positive changes in mood and cognition, healthy eating behavior, healthy stress responses, better quality of sleep, and better efficacy of other modalities, such as medications. Enjoy the episode.  If you need support sorting through what brand and product is best for you, please do reach out and I'll walk you through an assesment to determine the best options for you!xo Kassandra

Life After Diets
53. But I Can't Eat in Moderation

Life After Diets

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 45:35


Why is eating in moderation so hard? In this episode, Sarah & Stef discuss: What does moderation mean?  Is the 2000 calorie RDA based on moderation? Satisfaction and extreme hunger Why are some people able to eat in moderation more easily? Is moderation a challenge for impulsive people? How other parts of our lives can influence the reward aspect of food and impact the ability to eat in moderation. Does it make sense to leave certain foods out of the house? Join the LAD Membership Connect with the show! Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/lifeafterdietspodcast/ Email – lifeafterdietspodcast@gmail.com Website – www.lifeafterdietspodcast.com Connect with Sarah Dosanjh Website – www.thebingeeatingtherapist.com YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/c/TheBingeEatingTherapist  Sarah's book I Can't Stop Eating is available on Amazon Connect with Stefanie Michele Website – www.iamstefaniemichele.com Binge Eating Recovery Program - www.iamstefaniemichele.com/iamstefaniemichelecourse Work With Stef - www.iamstefaniemichele.com/application

UFC State Of The Union
UFC State of the Union Ep. 2 - Yair vs Ortega #UFCLongIsland

UFC State Of The Union

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2022 37:36


*At one point I say the card is a sleeper which what I meant by that is that it has a lot of good under the radar fights for an early card* In this episode, I recap Fiziev vs RDA, I give the Yair vs Ortega card (#UFCLongIsland) some of my predictions, and also talk about different topics like fighter pay, Nate Diaz, Poirier/DC picks for 155 matchups, etc.

All Gear No Game
179 - Most Exciting UFC Champs Right Now, Ortega vs Rodriguez Picks, Saidyokub Kakhramonov Impresses

All Gear No Game

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 32:52


In this episode, Kellan is back to give his thoughts on UFC 276, Fiziev vs RDA, and the Ortega vs Rodriguez card. Timestamps: 0:00 - Intro / UFC 276 Recap 3:53 - MMA is getting very interesting 7:23 - Pay attention to David Onama 10:07 - Saidyokub Kakhramonov is scary good 15:26 - The one fight the UFC must make 17:34 - Rafael Fiziev 19:32 - Top 3 most exciting UFC champs right now 22:27 - Why Volkanovski might give Oliveira trouble 24:39 - Can anyone get to Volkanovski's level at 145lbs? 28:00 - My favorite fight this weekend / Going through the card 31:43 - Ortega vs Rodriguez Card Quick Picks

Slip The Jab
Episode 134: UFC 276 Adesanya vs Cannonier Recap - Fizeiv vs RDA Recap - Ortega vs Rodriguez Preview - DC Admits To Towel Gate

Slip The Jab

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 207:21


On this episode of Slip The Jab, Lino's dressed up like a Mexican Los Angelas cholo and the boys are back in the studio after Ian defeated LeopardSars disease via unanimous decision. Ian brings everyone up to speed on how in the last two weeks he's not only almost died from being sick, but almost blew himself up . We recap UFC 276 and why Chris Pratt was on the money with his take on Izzy, why the fans were smart dipping out early to beat the traffic, and Alexander Volkanovski going up to 155. Lino calls Julija Stoliarenko a cold hearted bitch for breaking Jessica Rose-Clarks arm, which sparks a heated debate between the guys. We recap RDA vs Fiziev, play the biggest and smallest bag, and give our Slip Picks & Ianalysis for UFC ABC 3; Brian T-City Ortega vs Yair Rodriguez. Lino's upset with Carla Esparza for holding the belt hostage and both guys give their take on Cormier finally admitting to cheating and if there should be consequences. We also discuss Triple C and Sean O'Malley verbally sparing backstage, and end with our Post Fight Song of the Week. Support the show (https://slipthejabpodcast.com/support-the-show)VISIT OUR WEBSITE: https://slipthejabpodcast.comSLIP THE JAB MERCH: https://slipthejabpodcast.com/shopUse code FREEDOM25 for 25% OFFALSO AVAILABLE ON:Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/STJSpotifyApple Podcasts: https://tinyurl.com/STJApplePodcastsFOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA:Twitter: https://twitter.com/slipthejabpodABOUT US: Unfiltered and unscripted, hosts Lino P and Ian Ebbitt pull no punches as they offer up entertaining insight into the world of combat sports and current events. Two guys from a huge fight town called Pittsburgh, bringing you a weekly podcast smothered in realness, sprinkled with humor and served with a side of whiskey neat. Light your cigars and bring your opinions… we certainly brought ours.Amazon Smile Link: https://smile.amazon.comSet Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma Foundation as your charity of choice.

The Co-Main Event MMA Podcast
Episode 508: Rafael Fiziev was so impressive in so many ways

The Co-Main Event MMA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 82:42 Very Popular


Where to start with this guy Rafael Fiziev? The technique? The power? The composure? How about the takedown defense? Poor Rafael dos Anjos spent 15 minutes trying everything he could think of to get Fiziev down and almost none of it worked. Then, in the fourth round, RDA has a little success, actually lands a couple takedowns and you start to wonder if things are gonna go Dos Anjos' way. Answer: NOPE. Fiziev storms out in the fifth and KOs him in 18 seconds. DAMN. Add ya boi Fiziev to the already crowded list of lightweights knocking on the door of title contention. Plus, Israel Adesanya isn't just gonna sit here and accept your criticisms. And T-City, El Pantera and ABC? Yes, please. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Below the Belt
Episode 293: Put Some Respect On Paige Van Zant's Name

Below the Belt

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 81:21 Very Popular


Brendan recaps UFC Fight Night: Dos Anjos vs Fiziev and previews UFC Fight Night: Ortega vs Rodriguez as well as Jake Paul's upcoming fight with Hasim Rahman Jr, and discusses why a Justin Gaethje fight next makes the most sense for Rafael Fiziev, pays respect to RDA's historic strength of schedule, speculates on whether Michael Johnson gets cut after his losing fight of the night performance, praises Said Nurmagomedov's resilient hairdo, and talks John Fury throwing Tommy Fury under the bus, the recent Jones vs Ngannou twitter beef, Michael Chandler's debut on The Masked Singer, why Yair won't be able to hang with Ortega for five rounds, and why we all need to put more respect on Paige Van Zant's name.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Ceremonial Weigh-In
UFC Fight Night: Dos Anjos vs. Fiziev (and a long ass-weekend in Vegas)

Ceremonial Weigh-In

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 53:50


Oh hello there. We missed a chunk of the fightcard on Saturday because Angela was busy doing some BJJ at High Rollerz which coincidentally was also in Vegas on the same weekend but nevertheless we discuss:- That banger of a fight between Michael Johnson and Jamie Mullarkey. Why can't we have more draw rounds FFS?- Courtney Casey and a controversial spilt decision- Why judging is some shady shit - RDA vs. Fiziev- That weird mixed martial arts-themed porno from the height of Ronda's popularity a few years agoAnd more!It's Fightweek for Jessica Penne! Let's get it!

Inside the Cage: A Scottish look at MMA
EPISODE 150 - RDA GOT FIZ-ZED UP!!

Inside the Cage: A Scottish look at MMA

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 61:11


Rafael Fiziev knocked out RDA to put a stamp on the Lightweight Division, where does he rank in the title talk? Does he lack something to be a Champion? The card was a bit Meh if we are honest, but thankfully Johnson & Mullarkey who put an absolute tremendous show!! Is the lack of fans a reason for these Apex Cards really lacking any sort of Excitement? After missing last week we have a quick look at UFC 276, what missing with Izzy? Does he need the finishes to be great? Is Volk P4P? What next for him & Max, could 155 and a fight with Oliveira be next for Volk? We look forward to a belter of a card from Long Island where Brian Ortega & Jair Rodriguez are destined to put on a belter of a fight! This card is epic expect FOTY contenders and KOs galore!!

Bloody Elbow Presents
UFC Vegas 58 Reactions & UFC Long Island Picks | Care/Don't Care Podcast

Bloody Elbow Presents

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 51:58


It's time for another one of our infamous & patented Care/Don't Care Podcasts, with your talent: John S. Nash & Stephie Haynes. *Eugene is absent while he is in Europe on tour with Buñuel. He will be gone several weeks, but who knows, he may be able to record while abroad, time will tell. The gang will all be reunited next month. UFC Vegas 58: ‘RDA vs. Fiziev' REACTIONS — 2:26 Overall, this 11-bout card saw six exciting first round finishes, four thrilling KO/TKO's, one sweet submission, and six hard-fought decisions; two split. Rounding things out, our fighters who were awarded for putting forth BONUS efforts included: FOTN: Jamie Mullarkey vs. Michael Johnson. POTN: Rafael Fiziev & Chase Sherman. Here's a look at the UFC Vegas 58: ‘RDA vs Fiziev' fight card with full results & updated fight records — MAIN CARD | SAT. JULY 9 At 4:34 — 11. Rafael Fiziev (12-1) DEF. Rafael dos Anjos (31-14) — via KO (Left Hook) at 0:18 of round five At 6:27 — 10. Caio Borralho (12-1) DEF. Armen Petrosyan (7-2) — via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28) At 9:05 — 9. Said Nurmagomedov (16-2) DEF. D. Silva de Andrade (28-5) — via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28) At 10:40 — 8. Chase Sherman (16-10) DEF. Jared Vanderaa (12-9) — via TKO (strikes) at 3:10 of round three At 14:57 — 7. Aiemann Zahabi (9-2) DEF. Ricky Turcios (11-3) — via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) At 15:19 — 6. Jamie Mullarkey (15-5) DEF. Michael Johnson (20-18) — via split decision (29-28, 29-28, 28-29) PRELIMS At 17:12 — 5. Cody Brundage (8-2) DEF. Tresean Gore (3-2) — via KO at 3:50 of round one At 17:48 — 4. Antonina Shevchenko (10-4) DEF. Cortney Casey (10-10) — via split decision (29-28, 29-28, 28-29) At 19:44 — 3. David Onama (10-1) DEF. Garrett Armfield (8-3) — via submission (arm triangle) at 3:13 of the third round At 20:20 — 2. Kennedy Nzechukwu (10-3) DEF. Karl Roberson (9-6) — TKO (strikes) at 2:19 of round three At 26:34 — 1. Saidyokub Kakhramonov (10-2) DEF. Ronnie Lawrence (8-2) — via unanimous decision (30-26, 30-27, 30-27) _________________ UFC Long Island: ‘Ortega vs. Rodriguez' PICKS — 27:02 At this point in the show we offer you our ‘disclaimer', then our duo will go about predicting the UFC Long Island, aka: UFC on ABC 3 Fight Night bout sheet from the bottom up, wrapping up the C/DC quick-picks portion of the show with the Main Event. This UFC on ESPN+ event will take place from the UBS Arena, in Long Island, NY, this Sat, July 16. Here's a look at the fight card & records for the upcoming event via tapology.com, bout order subject to change: UFC on ABC 3: ‘Ortega vs. Rodriguez' (21 Cares) ABC/ESPN/ESPN+ MAIN CARD | SAT. JULY 16 — 2PM/11AM ETPT (15 Cares) 12. 145lbs: Brian Ortega (15-2) vs. Yair Rodriguez (13-3) — At 45:28, 3 Cares 11. 125lbs: Michelle Waterson (18-9) vs. Amanda Lemos (11-2) — At 43:46, 2 Cares (Stephie & John) 10. 170lbs: Li Jingliang (18-7) vs. Muslim Salikhov (18-2) — At 43:04, 3 Cares 9. 125lbs: Matt Schnell (15-7) vs. Sumudaerji (16-4) — At 41:10, 2 Cares (Stephie & John) 8. 145lbs: Shane Burgos (14-3) vs. Charles Jourdain (13-4-1) — At 38:12, 2 Cares (Stephie & John) 7. 125lbs: Lauren Murphy (15-5) vs. Miesha Tate (19-8) — At 36:54, 3 Cares ESPN/ESPN+ PRELIMS | 11/8AM ETPT (6 Cares) 6. 185lbs: Punahele Soriano (8-2) vs. Dalcha Lungiambula (11-4) — At 34:12, 2 Cares (Stephie & Eugene) 5. 135lbs: Ricky Simón (19-3) vs. Jack Shore (16-0) — At 31:52, 3 Cares 4. 145lbs: Bill Algeo (15-6) vs. Herbert Burns (11-3) — At 31:00, 1 Care (Eugene) 3. 205lbs: Dustin Jacoby (17-5) vs. Da Un Jung (15-2) 2. 185lbs: Dwight Grant (11-5) vs. Dustin Stolzfus (13-4) 1. 115lbs: Jessica Penne (14-5) vs. Emily Ducote (11-6) Be sure to follow John on twitter @heynottheface, and of course you can catch Stephie @CrooklynMMA.

Bloody Elbow Presents
UFC Vegas 58: RDA vs Fiziev | 6th Round Post-Fight Show

Bloody Elbow Presents

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 60:58


Bloody Elbow fight expert, Zane Simon is here, joined by his co-host, Mookie Alexander. We recorded for you on Saturday, July 9th, 2022, with a breakdown of the UFC Vegas 58: ‘RDA vs. Fiziev' 11-bout FIght Night event, which took place at the UFC APEX in Las Vegas, Nevada. The guys have hot takes, possible next fights, as well as reactions to the overall event. For all the results, reactions and plethora of details about the main card, and plenty of tidbits about all the prelims, be sure to hit play on the show to hear what our fight experts have to say! Overall, this 11-bout card saw six exciting first round finishes, four thrilling KO/TKO's, one sweet submission, & six hard-fought decisions; two split. Rounding things out, our fighters who were awarded for putting forth BONUS efforts included: FOTN: Jamie Mullarkey vs. Michael Johnson. POTN: Rafael Fiziev & Chase Sherman. Here's a look at the UFC Vegas 58: ‘RDA vs Fiziev' fight card with full results & updated fight records — ESPN/ESPN+ MAIN CARD | SAT. JULY 9 11. Rafael Fiziev (12-1) DEF. Rafael dos Anjos (31-14) — via KO (Left Hook) at 0:18 of round five 10. Caio Borralho (12-1) DEF. Armen Petrosyan (7-2) — via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28) 9. Said Nurmagomedov (16-2) DEF. D. Silva de Andrade (28-5) — via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28) 8. Chase Sherman (16-10) DEF. Jared Vanderaa (12-9) — via TKO (strikes) at 3:10 of round three 7. Aiemann Zahabi (9-2) DEF. Ricky Turcios (11-3) — via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) 6. Jamie Mullarkey (15-5) DEF. Michael Johnson (20-18) — via split decision (29-28, 29-28, 28-29) ESPN/ESPN+ PRELIMS 5. Cody Brundage (8-2) DEF. Tresean Gore (3-2) — via KO at 3:50 of round one 4. Antonina Shevchenko (10-4) DEF. Cortney Casey (10-10) — via split decision (29-28, 29-28, 28-29) 3. David Onama (10-1) DEF. Garrett Armfield (8-3) — via submission (arm triangle) at 3:13 of the third round 2. Kennedy Nzechukwu (10-3) DEF. Karl Roberson (9-6) — TKO (strikes) at 2:19 of round three 1. Saidyokub Kakhramonov (10-2) DEF. Ronnie Lawrence (8-2) — via unanimous decision (30-26, 30-27, 30-27) Be sure to follow Zane - @TheZaneSimon & Mookie - @MookieAlexander; and follow @BloodyElbow on twitter as well, for all the latest in MMA happenings. If you enjoy our wide variety of shows, give us a “like”, share & subscribe on your BE Presents Podcast platform of choice: YouTube, Apple Podcasts, iHeartRadio, Stitcher, Spotify, TuneIn, OverCast, Player FM, & Amazon Music – For previous episodes of the show, check out our playlists on any of our BE Presents channels. _______________________________ Join us again for another episode of ‘6th Round' next week, on Saturday, July 16th, for UFC LONG ISLAND, aka: UFC on ABC 3: ORTEGA VS RODRIGUEZ!

UFC State Of The Union
UFC State of the Union Ep. 1 - Current state of lightweight and Fiziev vs RDA

UFC State Of The Union

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2022 29:15


This episode I talked about my opinions on what's going on at 155 in the ufc and how tonight's matchup of Fiziev vs RDA could impact the division. I talk about the vacant title situation with Oliveira, Volkanovski possibly moving to 155, Mcgregor getting a possible shot at the belt next, opinions on Makachev/Khabib, future matchups, etc. Quick Disclaimer - All of these episodes are simply my own opinions as a fan of the sport and I am in no way employed by or affiliated with the UFC.

Talking Rounds
Episode 15: UFC Middleweight “Ya Boi” Eryk Anders; Dos Anjos vs Fiziev locks of the week.

Talking Rounds

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 37:03


On this episode, we are graced by the inimitable UFC veteran Eryk Anders for a short segment. Fresh off of his Joe Rogan Experience interview, he visits with the fellas about his recent bout vs Park, his role as a coach and mentor for young fighters, and partakes in some Talking Rounds Would You Rather staples. We are immensely appreciative of his time and have admired his hard fought career.A brief recap of the PPV card is had, as the boys finish with a preview of a couple of fights for RDA vs Fiziev. Ya Boi sees value in RDA, can he get it done???Locks of the week:Obs: Jared Vanderaa, Rafael Dos Anjos.Tucker: Michael Johnson, Ricky Turcios

Ringside Report + Wrestling Uncensored Radio Podcasts
Ringside Report July 7: UFC Vegas 58 preview

Ringside Report + Wrestling Uncensored Radio Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 62:54


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9J2KTGC3OvA Ringside Report July 7, 2022. Hosted by Dave Simon, Fred Garcia and AJ D'Alesio. Dave, Fred and AJ previewed UFC Vegas 58: RDA v. Fiziev and gave their parlay selections for the card. The guys talked about Israel Adesanya's potential match-up with Alex Pereira, Alexander Volkanovski's win over Max Holloway at UFC 276 and the death of actor James Caan. All this and much more on this episode.

The Weekly Scraps Podcast
Full UFC Vegas 58 Breakdown with Aljamain Sterling | The Weekly Scraps Ep 180

The Weekly Scraps Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 18:01


Headlined by a lightweight contender match between Rafael Fiziev and RDA, this fight night card should be amazing. Enjoy this breakdown! Buy Merch here on the Official Website: https://www.AljamainSterling.com Don't forget to like, comment, and subscribed! Instagram Handle - @TheWeeklyScraps @FUNKMASTERMMA https://sleepybeargummies.com - (Promo Code: FUNKMASTER) 20% OFF! Timecodes 0:00 - Intro 0:15 - main event breakdown 9:55 - co-main event breakdown WEEKLY SCRAPS INTRO THEME SONG BY: https://soundcloud.com/blass89

The Oil Check
EP 63: UFC 276 Review

The Oil Check

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 57:02


This week we discuss UFC 276, RDA vs Fiziev, and that's it.contact:theoilcheck@gmail.com

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani
Pedro Munhoz, Ian Garry, Rafael Fiziev, Bryan Barberena, Jalin Turner, and more

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 245:49


Conner Burks around (6:58) wraps up his visit to the Nathan's Hot Dog eating contest. Ian Garry around (16:50) picks his favorite UFC performance so far, his relationship with the UFC, why he avoided the fighter hotel, if he would beat Daniel Cormier in golf, his missed post-fight interview, an event in Ireland, getting praise from Conor McGregor, and more. Jalin Turner around (43:47) discusses if UFC 276 win was biggest victory of career, his hair in the Octagon, how big he gets out of camp, if he has plans to move up a division, how far he is from a title shot, his injury before the fight, and more. Pedro Munhoz around (1:04:06) opens up about his eye injury at UFC 276, his performance in the fight, his belief that Sean O'Malley made fun of him after fight, the criticism by other fighters, if he wants a rematch with O'Malley, and more. Bryan Barberena around (1:28:20) discusses his big win at UFC 276, his life on the farm, his new deal with the UFC, his reaction to getting the Robbie Lawler fight, his first meeting with Lawler, possible future opponents, and more. Rafael Fiziev around (1:51:31) discusses missing out on the first RDA fight, his recent remarks with Conor McGregor, his first fight, Valentina Shevchenko reffing his fight, what's at stake for Saturday's RDA fight, and more. GC and Helwani around (2:11:59) take a look ahead at the UFC Vegas 58 event and more. In the latest On the Hose around (2:37:17), Ariel Helwani discusses the showdown between Dustin Poirier and Michael Chandler in Las Vegas, the best pound-for-pound fighter, the top pound-for-pound fighters in MMA, the UFC lightweight division, the Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury drama, Dana White's absence from past two PPVs, and more. If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP (7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/NH/NJ/NY/OR/ PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. New customers only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Severe MMA Podcast
Ep. 370: UFC 276 Reaction Show!

Severe MMA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 64:29


Sean and Graeme talk UFC 276, PFL 6, Centurion, RDA vs. Fiziev and more! Get premium content at patreon.com/severemmapodcast

FoundMyFitness
#076 Building Muscle with Resistance Exercise and Reassessing Protein Intake | Stuart Phillips, PhD

FoundMyFitness

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 116:24 Very Popular


Stuart Phillips, PhD, is a professor of kinesiology at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, where he also serves as the director of the Physical Activity Centre of Excellence. His research centers on the roles exercise and nutrition play in influencing human skeletal muscle protein turnover and how these lifestyle factors influence body composition, especially as we age. In this episode, we discuss: 00:07:16 - Why muscle is important for longevity 00:14:34 - Is the importance of muscle mass (per se) overstated? 00:16:48 - Is the RDA on protein too low? 00:19:03 - Minimum vs. optimal protein intake (for athletes) 00:19:29 - Why older adults need more protein 00:24:52 - Caloric restriction vs. higher protein for aging 00:28:04 - What is a catabolic crisis? 00:29:40 - Effects of space flight on muscle 00:36:16 - Practical tips for protein intake 00:39:34 - Protein timing and the anabolic window 00:41:27 - Most important factors for hypertrophy 00:43:57 - Should we supplement leucine? 00:45:46 - Does plant protein support hypertrophy? 00:56:30 - Causes of anabolic resistance 00:58:22 - What types of exercise and how much? 01:06:56 - Protein and rest as tools for recovery 01:08:14 - Mechanisms of muscle protein synthesis and breakdown 01:08:31 - Does rapamycin inhibit hypertrophy? 01:13:07 - What is Dr. Phillips doing to age well? 01:15:25 - Hormonal responses to exercise 01:17:09 - Sex differences in hypertrophy 01:19:38 - Effect of menopause on muscle 01:20:03 - Do testosterone boosters work? 01:21:56 - Does growth hormone improve muscle? 01:26:30 - Androgen replacement therapy (benefits vs. drawbacks) 01:31:17 - Mental health benefits of exercise 01:31:54 - Anti-catabolic effects of heat 01:38:19 - Molecular causes of sarcopenia 01:42:35 - Anti-catabolic effects of omega-3 01:48:57 - Brain and muscle effects of creatine Watch this episode on YouTube Show notes and transcript Join over 300,000 people and get the latest distilled information straight to your inbox weekly: https://www.foundmyfitness.com/newsletter Become a FoundMyFitness premium member to get access to exclusive episodes, emails, live Q+A's with Rhonda and more: https://www.foundmyfitness.com/crowdsponsor

Le Collimateur
L'Allemagne et son armée

Le Collimateur

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 57:33


Invitée : U. Franke (@Sicherheitshalber), senior policy fellow à l'ECFR (European council on foreign relations), co-productrice du Sicherheitshalber podcast 4:00 La recréation d'armées allemandes après la Seconde guerre mondiale 15:50 La réunification allemande et l'absoption de l'armée de RDA dans la Bundeswehr 21:30 L'existence d'une culture stratégique allemande 28:00 Le sous-investissement durable dans l'appareil militaire 36:30 La position allemande face aux interventions françaises 41:05 L'héritage de la précédente crise ukrainienne en Allemagne et le tournant de février 47:45 Les livraisons allemandes à l'Ukraine et la durabilité de ces efforts Extrait audio : Freundeskreis - Leg dein Ohr auf die Schiene der Geschichte ; morceau cité au début de l'article d'Ulrike sur « War on the Rocks » : https://warontherocks.com/2021/05/a-millennial-considers-the-new-german-problem-after-30-years-of-peace/

Probing the Wormhole: Stargate Discussion Podcast
SG1 1-4: The Broca Divide a.k.a. Benadryl Saves Humanity

Probing the Wormhole: Stargate Discussion Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 46:15


In this episode, the team members become cavepeople! Hairy, angry, highly sexualized cavepeople, only to be rescued by a medicine cabinet staple. We discuss RDA's acting choices and Dr. Frasier's awesomeness. And maybe that kiss too.

Peak Human - Unbiased Nutrition Info for Optimum Health, Fitness & Living
Part 162 - L. Amber O'Hearn on Should Humans Eat Mostly Fat and the Rest Meat?

Peak Human - Unbiased Nutrition Info for Optimum Health, Fitness & Living

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 92:46 Very Popular


Amber O'Hearn has an eclectic background, with academic publications in several fields including theoretical mathematics, cognitive psychology, computational linguistics, and more recently, evolutionary nutrition and biology. She has been studying and experimenting with low-carb, ketogenic diets since 1997, and is particularly interested in evolutionary constraints and interspecies differences. Amber has been eating a nearly plant-free diet since 2009 Ambers Website Mostly-fat.com    BUY THE MEAT NosetoTail.org   Support me on Patreon! http://patreon.com/peakhuman   Preorder the film here: http://indiegogo.com/projects/food-lies-post     SHOW NOTES [1:00] - Amber's background, history, education and interests related to nutrition and a long-term carnivore lifestyle [9:00] - Amber's introduction in 2009 to keto and carnivore through pregnancy [15:45] - Plant antinutrients and health [24:40] - Carnivore + Fruit and Ray Peat  [34:35] - “Zooming out” on Plants vs Meat studies and the risks vs costs  [42:45] - Plant compounds, antioxidants and oxidative stress [53:00] - Ineffectiveness of RDA's based on individual diets and vitamin deficiencies  [1:03:15] - mTOR, Valter Longo, and longevity diets [1:14:30] - High fat diet vs. high protein  [1:20:35] - Can the Carnivore community fall into the vegan community nutrient deficiency trap?   BUY THE MEAT NosetoTail.org Support me on Patreon! http://patreon.com/peakhuman Preorder the film here: http://indiegogo.com/projects/food-lies-post   Film site: http://FoodLies.org YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/FoodLies   Follow along: http://twitter.com/FoodLiesOrg http://instagram.com/food.lies http://facebook.com/FoodLiesOrg

Her Brilliant Health Radio
Fixing the Roots of Fibromyalgia

Her Brilliant Health Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 38:38


Are you a woman in your midlife years struggling with the debilitating effects of fibromyalgia? If so, you are not alone. In fact, an estimated 8% of the adult population worldwide suffers from this condition.   Fortunately, there is hope. In this episode of The Hormone Prescription Podcast, we talk to Dr. Rodger Murphree, an expert on hormones and fibromyalgia, about some of the latest research on this topic.   During the show, Dr. Murphree reveals: Clinically proven protocols for correcting the multiple symptoms of fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome. Why conventional treatments for fibromyalgia often fail The symptoms of fibromyalgia and how they can be warning signs for other underlying health conditions The diet and lifestyle changes that can help to address the root causes of fibromyalgia And more!   If you are ready to start feeling better and want to learn more about fixing the root causes of fibromyalgia, then this episode is for you. Tune in now and let's get started on your journey to recovery!   [00:00] Life is short. If you're not careful, you'll miss it. Dr. Roger Murphy is my guest today, and we're gonna talk about fibromyalgia and what it has to do with your hormones. If you're suffering with this, you've likely had a long road and you're missing a lot of your life and it just shouldn't be. So we're gonna tell you how to get out of the predicament you're in, in this episode.    [03:12] Oh, I'm so excited to be here. I, you know, last time we got together just enjoyed our conversation so much. And I learned some things that, that I didn't know, and I was really delighted to be able to learn something new and uh, yeah. Thank you. I'm so excited to be here.   [03:27] Yeah. Super excited to talk about fibromyalgia. It's actually a part of my story. I don't focus on it too much, but those who know me and listen to my podcast probably have heard me talk about that. I had that. I just had horrible unrelenting pain in many places on my body on a consistent basis. And before I got on my journey, in addition to weighing 243 pounds and being super tired and it's really something that's hard for the general public to understand even those people who have it because they go from doctor to doctor not being diagnosed. And there's so few doctors who really understand what fibromyalgia is all about. So can we just start by talking about what it is and how might someone suspect that they have this?   [04:20] So there's writings about fiber Maia in the, the 18 hundreds. Uh, and um, over the years there have been more and more writings about it, but it didn't, you know, it didn't happen to really hit the, the map, you know, be put on the map until 1990 when the American college of rheumatology came out with the criteria for the diagnosis. So it's been around, you know, it's been around for 30 something years is, uh, something that people know about. But unfortunately we still have a lot of misconception about fibromyalgia. We have doctors who still don't acknowledge that, that it's a real entity. Those that do acknowledge that we do have a thing called fibromyalgia. Don't really know how to treat it. They've largely given up on it.   [05:12] Uh, but fibromyalgia is a syndrome like Aero bowel syndrome or metabolic syndrome. It's a group of symptoms that people have in common. And we give it a name to describe those symptoms, but fibromyalgia, which affects about 8% of the adult population worldwide. This is what the estimates are anywhere from four to 8%, primarily women between the ages of 35 and 60. It is an illness characterized by diffuse achy, sometimes disabling pain, fatigue, brain fog, irrit bowel, resto syndrome, low moods anxiety. So it's a very long list of symptoms that come underneath this title called fibromyalgia.   [05:59] Yes. And there are specific criteria to be diagnosed with it, but like Dr. Roger said, it's really hard to get a diagnosis. There aren't that many doctors that are that familiar with it. And what is a mainstream treatment typically of fibromyalgia?   [06:16] . It's just so frustrating that, you know, it makes me laugh because it's so really so sad, but in conventional medicine, as you know, so well, it's all about treating symptoms. Oftentimes that's really what the focus is. And you know, there's a time and a place for that. Thank goodness. You know, we, we, we have the wherewithal and we have the prescription medications and the surgeries and things that we need to be able to treat some of these things. But in fibromyalgia, the conventional medicine protocols, relying on drug therapy alone have been a dead end. The surveys show this, that even the American college rheumatology on their own website, now they've taken this down, but they used to say that they don't recommend that patients take anti-inflammatories pain, medications, sleep aids are anti-seizure medications because they're not effective long term.   [07:12] And they have potential side effects. And where we're at right now in conventional medicine is that most conventional doctors will tell their patients that you just have to learn to live with it. And they, they don't believe you can overcome fibromyalgia because what they've seen day in and day out is that there are patients that they've recommended these different medications, Neurontin, and Ella, and AlTiN these other things they don't improve. And their take on it is, well, we've given you the drugs that are approved for fibromyalgia, and you're really no better, you know, four or five years later, it's really your it's your fault. And you're just gonna have to learn to live with it. So that's where we're at right now in conventional medicine.    [08:24] Yeah, it's unfortunate. And I would say that's definitely a mainstream model cuz when I see people in my story too, includes this when you really get to the underlying root cause I find that it's extremely treatable. So talk about your approach. You've held a fibromyalgia summit. You've been specializing in this for years. You've written a book about it. You really are one of the gurus about fibromyalgia.    [08:54] Hope. Well, so I have to go back a little bit. So 20 years ago when I had my first patient referred to me for fibromyalgia, I had no idea what I was getting into and you know, from your own journey and then from seeing patients, you, you kind of hear their symptoms and you think there's no way you can have this many things wrong with you. You mean you look normal. And then of course you look at their blood work and most of the time everything's normal. Their said rate CRP, their inflammatory markers normally are okay, but there's a tendency to look at this individual as a hypo contract and I'll be candid. That was my first reaction to my patient, Sheila Sheila Jones, who came to see me 20 years ago. But I started just working with her using just good sound nutrition and some functional medicine testing to find out that she had things wrong with.   [09:43] She had candid to overgrowth and some food allergies and leaky gut. I started treating her and within three months, this illness that I didn't really know much about and her doctor said, we don't really know what it is, but here you hear some muscle relaxers and some pain pills come back in six months and we'll see how you do well. She got well, Karen in three months just doing some basic stuff that I would do on really kind of anybody is a functional medicine practitioner.    [10:32] And I started just kind of bringing those different therapies together and then eventually realized that there's some really key things that if you get these key things right for the fibromyalgia patient, he or she usually is, she is going to have the best opportunity to overcome their fibromyalgia symptoms. And really the only way for someone fibromyalgia to be able to feel good again, long term is they gotta get healthy. And that sounds so simplistic. I realize that, but it's about finding and fixing the underlying causes of these symptoms. And then, so there's four key things that make up what I call the Murry method and the mur jumpstart protocols, which if you do these four things, you focus on these four things as a fibromyalgia patient, your odds of, of dramatic improvement are really good.   [11:59] So fibromyalgia is just a name. That's all it is. So it doesn't cause the pain. It doesn't cause the low energy, it doesn't cause the insomnia or the poor sleep. It's just a name. And so what you wanna look at is, okay, what could be some of the triggers for chronic pain, low energy, brain fog, low moods and irritable bowel, resto sex syndrome. What's the common denominator? Well, the first common denominator is poor sleep. So we know with studies, it doesn't matter really to me, whatever your condition is. If you've got a chronic health condition, the place to start is making sure that you're able to get consistent deep restorative sleep. Cuz when you get that deep restorative sleep, that's when the body's repairing itself.   [12:48] And what we see with fibromyalgia is a struggle to fall asleep and they struggle to stay asleep. So they all have sleep issues. They never feel refresh. They're not going into that deep Delta wave restorative sleep. And we know that if you're not getting consistent, good sleep, you're gonna have all the symptoms that I've mentioned in fibromyalgia. You're you're obviously gonna be tired, right? Lethargic. You're gonna have brain fog. We know that you increase your inflammatory chemicals by 40%, you create all sorts of stress in the body. Oxidative stress.    [13:48] So it made sense to me, let's just get 'em sleeping through the night, right? And that's where I focus is the first thing is to make sure that they're able to consistently get that deeper store to sleep. And a big part of that for me, was realizing early on that everyone with fibromyalgia is low in this brain, chemical called serotonin. And that's, you know, we've had two drugs that have been approved for fibromyalgia, Illa and Alta, which are selective serotonin and no uptake inhibitors. But serotonin is the key for these people.   [14:54] So they were not able to produce the serotonin that they needed. And when you're low in serotonin, your pain threshold goes down. And those with fibromyalgia have a condition called ALA Donia, which is low pain threshold. So their pain is magnified. And what I found is as I raised that serotonin by using five ay triptan and then high doses, but safe doses of vitamins and minerals and amino acids, I was able to get their serotonin levels up, which raised their pain threshold, lowered their pain, helped with their mental clarity. Their moods, uh, helped with irritable bowel cuz you have more serotonin receptors in your intestinal tract than you do in your brain. So by getting their serotonin levels up, I was able to help them with many of the symptoms associated with fibromyalgia, but probably the biggest one.    [16:39] So many of us, you know, women at midlife have trouble with that. And particularly like you're describing with fibromyalgia this low serotonin that may be innate as well as the disruption in sleep causes all kinds of inflammatory cascades to be set off. And so that started really helping your patients to improve.   [17:00] Well, so what I saw is that once I got them sleeping and, and five HTP was how I started that. So I'd have them take five HTP, 30 minutes for bed with a little bit of grape juice to release the, the glucose would trigger insulin response, which would help that five HTP get past the blood brain barrier and work quicker. So once they started taking the five HTP and started sleeping through the night, then the next thing that I had to work on was that these individuals have depleted their stress coping glands, the, the, uh, the adrenal glands. So stress becomes magnified. They they're deficient in cortisol, D H E a.    [17:52] And so they would overdo it. They would, they would do things that they couldn't normally do. You know, if fibromyalgia robs you of so many things robs you of your health, that robs you of your social life, a lot of times, your intimacy, your career, you know, all these things are taken from you because you find with fibro, you really can't do a lot. If you try to do more than normal, you have these things called fibro flares where your symptoms are accentuated.    [18:35] They could have more stamina and resistance to it. So it didn't really wipe 'em out when they encountered it. And that's when I started, when I had the, for a number of years, I had a medical practice where I had five medical doctors working with me and we use Corte. So we use cortisol, you know, prescription medication, very, as you know, it's a very safe dose. It's it's um, about a fourth or a fifth, the strength of prednisone, but we use Corte and we saw that patients now they could handle stress better.    [19:25] Although I recommend that you get a particular type of adrenal glandular, it needs to be just cortex, whole glandular, adrenal supplements have not only the cortex, which is mainly cortisol DHA, but also have the me doula part of the adrenal, which is very stimulating, cuz it has adrenaline. And the worst thing you can do for these individuals is to hype them up. They can't tolerate that. They're their autonomic nervous system is already on overload. It's already hypersensitive. So for those you listening, make sure you're gonna get adrenal supplements.    [20:30] Now the RDA that recommended dietary allowance is some 60 years outta date. And it's really just enough to keep you from getting scurvy or Berry Berry. You know, it's not, you know, it really ain't gonna do anything. That's why people take a multivitamin, a central or whatever. They never feel any different. They never look any different. You've gotta use high doses. What I call optimal daily allowance, which is sometimes 5,000 times stronger than the RDA recommended disease allowance   [21:34] But we were using that protocol before every people really knew what it was. And we were seeing when we gave them these high doses of vitamins and minerals, that they slept better. They had less pain, they felt better mentally and physically, but UN you know, it wasn't feasible for people to come get an IV every week, travel 2, 3, 4 or five hours away. Like some people did between the cost and the inconvenience. It just, you know, it wasn't compatible. So years ago I developed a formula, a fibro formula, which has high doses of vitamins and minerals, all the B vitamins in the methylated form, malic acid, high doses of magnesium, which is a natural muscle relaxer, all the amino acids, which are the building blocks of the hormones that I know you talk so much about.    [22:39] That is my new favorite wording for RDA is yeah. Recommended disease allowance.   [22:48] why, I mean, you think about that. I know like the multivitamin I'm sure that you have you recommend right. Is, is, you know, probably got, I don't know, was 50 to a hundred milligrams of B2 in it. And which is what I think that's what 500 times stronger or a thousand times stronger than what the RDA is. And if you don't use these higher doses, people are just not gonna improve.   [23:08] Right. I always talk to people about that. So listen up, you know, the one a day, Centrum, silver, it sounds great. They're cheap, but you don't want it. It's a waste of your time and your money. So I love that recommended disease allowance. I just had to say that. And you know, the other thing I wanted to share is that you mentioned Myers cocktails. They actually used to give the nutrients rectally like a Myers cocktail. They called it a Murphy drip on the battlefield in wars, going back a hundred years ago. So it's not new.    [24:03] No, please. And you know, I think the thing is, I, I know you encounter this too. You're interacting with a patient and you're sharing with them the importance of vitamins and minerals. And they're giving you this look like how are vitamins and minerals gonna help me when I've been on Neurontin and I've been on oxycodone or whatever it is. I mean, they they've been on heavy duty pharmaceutical therapies. And you're, you're saying, you know, the only way really to do it is to get healthy and to get healthy. You know, you've gotta take these vitamins and minerals, but you need to do it in a dosage. That's gonna make a difference.    [25:04] Know, even I saw my hairdresser selling vitamins and all these little gummies that you take, they're supposed to help your hair. And I'm just like, what? But it's so true. It's that simple. Y'all, it's the basics, you know, like Dr. Rogers talking about and nutrient support at high doses, optimal doses, not the recommended disease. Allowance is a key part of that. Yeah. It's a key part of healing. Anything really?   [25:30] I think so. I think so, you know, people ask me, what's the number one supplement you'd recommend. And I would say, get the best multivitamin that you can, one that you like, you know, you're, if you like a li you know, if you can't take a pill, find a liquid, whatever it is, but get the best multivitamin that, that you can tolerate. That's where you put your money and then you build around that. Otherwise you're gonna be like the patients set Dr. Karen. And I see where they've got this big Santa Claus bag of supplements that they, you know, usually it's the spouse, you know, in my practice, it's, they're mostly female.    [26:18] Seriously. I, that, I mean, you know, that makes me so sad because it's really, it's just diagnostic of our current medical system that, that isn't doesn't have the answers, but also Dr. Google. And so people are looking for information all over. And so what's lacking in the information, age is wisdom. So if you're listening to this, no matter what you've got to heal, vitamins and nutrients are a part of it, but you've gotta have be strategic about it.    [26:52] So number four, but before I go there, you triggered this. I just wanna mention this yeah. That the, um, Janet trave, which she was a very prominent physician back in, well, she's the physician to Kennedy and Johnson mm-hmm and she wrote the trigger point manual. So bifacial manual. And in that book, there's, uh, I think there's two or three chapters. And all it is in those chapters is about vitamins and minerals and the role they play in reducing pain. And, you know, so this is not, this is not something that we don't know about. It's just something that's been ignored. You know? So this was being written about 50 years ago, 60 years ago.   [28:00] So definitely your diet is super important. No doubt about it, but it's just as important. What you're able to absorb as it is what you eat. So what I have found is the fibromyalgia community is notorious notoriously deficient in these nutrients because of number one, poor diet, oftentimes, but even the individuals and you get these who are what I, what I call health nuts in a, in a very nice way who eat even healthier than I do, which I eat really, really healthy. And I know you do, but they eat. What I would think is even healthier than I do. And they're still just miserable.   [29:03] They had these things that were preventing them from absorbing the nutrients in their foods. And also even, even being able to use the supplements, the nutrients that they were taking in a pill form, they couldn't even digest those because so many of them would have a problem where they would eat. They'd take their supplements and then have a dumping syndrome. They'd have to run to the bathroom. 70% of the people with fibromyalgia have irritable valve. And, and so I realized that we're gonna have to make sure that we clean up the diet that's important. So a low sugar, low carb diet is most effective for, for these individuals usually, but they also need be on digestive enzymes. That was the simplest quickest way to make sure that they were absorbing their nutrients and getting the most out of them is by getting them on a good digestive enzyme.    [30:31] And you know, it's funny when I practiced mainstream medicine, I am guilty of that too. That fibromyalgia was this enigma and it was untreatable and nobody knew what to do with it. And even with myself, I didn't know what to do and my physician didn't know what to do. And now I look at it from a functional perspective and I go, it's so super simple. You treat the cause. Yeah. And these are the causes and when you treat the cause the symptoms go away. So , how has your practice evolved since you, I mean, you came from more of a chiropractic background, right?   [31:22] Yeah. It's it's, I mean, I never would've chosen fibromyalgia, who would be crazy enough to do that. and I love 'em. I mean, you know, so I, I think they're the most wonderful people in so many ways. They're very challenging, no doubt about it, but just like your complicated patients, once you figure out some of the common denominators, it becomes a much easier, but yeah, I started off as, just as a chiropractor and I had a very busy practice.   [32:12] And then that started growing into my realizing that that was more fun than doing the hands on work. I really enjoyed the biochemistry mm-hmm and really started doing the training in functional medicine. And then I got kind of a reputation here in Birmingham, Alabama being a, a doctor who was really good with medical misfits. The people who'd been everywhere, tried everything or just wanted something different than conventional medicine. And, and I started getting referrals from the medical community and one of those was a patient with fibromyalgia. And when Sheila came to see me, I mean, again, my first thought was she's a hypochondriac, but the more I heard her story, I realized she's 35, she's a career.   [33:29] . And so you've held a summit that people can still access on fibromyalgia and you've held several others. Tell everybody about all the resources that you have available.   [33:39] Well, depending on when this airs, the fibromyalgia summit is being launched in may of this year 2022. And you can learn more about that@yourfibrodoctor.com. You can, but it's a free online summit. It's free. You can, there's 30 different specialists. We cover everything from insomnia and poor sleep to balancing neurotransmitters, to brain chemicals for anxiety and depression. We have presentations on IRO, bowel, leaky, gut food allergies, thyroid, which we hadn't really mentioned. I know that's a big one for you, hormone replacement therapy. So there's all sorts of, you know, various dynamics that go into rebuilding this individualized fibro. It's kinda like, um, peeling the layers of an onion. You know, you have to peel these layers away till finally you peel 'em all away. And there's this person who radiates health again.    [35:02] Yes. And then don't you have, you have other books and you've got, tell everybody about all the, the goodies that you have for them. .   [35:11] So in uh, October I'll be doing a super healthy lung summit and that's all gonna be about respiratory health, including long haul protocols. Mm protocols for asthma food allergies, seasonal allergies, Mo talk, all allergies, mold toxicity, mass cell histamine dominance. So that'll, that'll be out in October, 2022 and I've written five books. So three on fibromyalgia and then two, one book on, uh, heart disease, which your doctor won't tell you. And then one on anxiety and depression using orthomolecular medicine, which is vitamins minerals, amino acids, and essential fatty acids to treat mood disorders.   [35:52] Boy, could we have a whole conversation about heart disease? What your doctor won't tell you   [35:56] oh, so many medical myths out there, right? About, about cholesterol and, and all the, all the stuff that's out there that when you really look behind the, the smoke and the mirrors, you see that it's much you do about nothing, right?   [36:10] Yes. So we'll have to do that on another episode, but this has been wonderful. You really have laid out a path for people to follow who are suffering with fibromyalgia or maybe for people who suspect that they have it, but they're not sure. Or they've gone from doctor to doctor and they're not getting a diagnosis. So thank you so much for that. If we are able to air this before the, your fiber summit airs will definitely have a link in the show notes, we'll try and get it out before then. But if not, you're, if it's after you can still access it and we'll have that link in the show notes for you, Dr. Rogers shared this quote with us before that we recorded the episode that life is short. If you're not careful, you'll miss it. And I love that. It's so true.    [37:22] Well, just for more information about the jumpstart protocols, you can go to your fibro store.com and there's four free videos that are about 10 minutes, 10 minutes each, but it goes over in a little more detail than I could today about how and why these things work. And these are things you can buy anywhere over the counter. So, but the videos really go into a little bit more detail to explain how it all comes together.    [37:46] Right. Thank you so much for these incredible resources. And thank you for listening to another episode of the hormone prescription with Dr. Kirin. I'll see you next week until then peace, love and hormones. Y'all thank you so much for listening.   Learn more about Fibromyalgia by joining Dr. Rodger Murphree's The Fibro Summit: CLICK HERE   Get Dr. Rodger Murphree's FREE Report: The Truth About Organic Foods & How to Dramatically Increase Your Mental & Physical Energy https://yourfibrodoctor.com/newreports/   Join The Hormone Bliss Challenge  FEEL ENERGIZED, SEXY & CONFIDENT IN YOUR BODY AGAIN... IN JUST 5 DAYS. Discover How To Balance Your Hormones & Jumpstart Your Metabolism So That You Can Lose Weight & Regain Energy! CLICK HERE: https://bit.ly/hormonebalancebliss  

Pregnancy Podcast
Protein During Pregnancy and Supplementing with Protein Powder

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Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 32:39 Very Popular


Protein does more than build muscle mass. Protein is necessary to structure, function, and regulate virtually all tissues in your body. You can imagine that you need protein for yourself and your growing baby during pregnancy. While there is a Recommended Daily Allowance for protein during pregnancy, some research shows the RDA is underestimated and varies based on the stage of pregnancy. Supplemental protein powders are an easy solution if you need to add additional protein. There are considerations when selecting a protein powder and cautions for some of the ingredients and contaminants found in some powders. This episode examines the evidence on protein requirements during pregnancy, sources of protein in animal and plant-based diets, and supplementing with protein powders.   You can read the full article and resources that accompany this episode by clicking here.   Join Pregnancy Podcast Premium to access the entire back catalog, listen to all episodes ad-free, and more.    For more evidence-based information, visit the Pregnancy Podcast website.

Mastering Nutrition
Reversing Fatty Liver: How Long Does It Take? | Masterjohn Q&A Files #296

Mastering Nutrition

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 16:24


Short answer: You should be able to see changes on imaging within a few weeks if your approach is working well, but ultimately this is entirely dependent on how negative your “delta fatty liver = (fat in) - ((fat out) + (fat burned))” equation is. This is a clip from a live Q&A session open to CMJ Masterpass members. In addition to this episode, you can access five other free samples using this link:   https://chrismasterjohnphd.substack.com/p/questions-on-vitamin-d-fatty-liver In that batch of free episodes you will also find the answers to these questions: What's the difference between 25(OH)D and 1,25(OH)2D when it comes to the VDR? Reversing Fatty Liver: How Long Does It Take? What if my A1C says I'm diabetic but my CGM says I'm fine? Will reishi, turmeric, or curcumin tank my testosterone? The 3 Phases of Fasting: And How to Get Kicked Out of Each One If you want to become a Masterpass member so you can participate in the next live Q&A, or so you can have access to the complete recording and transcript of each Q&A session, you can save 10% off the subscription price for as long as you remain a member by using this link to sign up: https://chrismasterjohnphd.substack.com/qanda Learn more about the Masterpass here: https://chrismasterjohnphd.substack.com/about This snippet is from the July 13 AMA. The full recording and transcript is reserved for Masterpass members. Here is a preview of what's included: How do I know if my digestive enzymes are helping or hurting? Why does high-dose glycine give me these terrible symptoms? How to know if my magnesium is messing with my calcium? Why do I have vitamin A symptoms when my lab tests are normal What is my favorite web site for finding enzymatic cofactors Potassium citrate vs potassium chloride Major problems with B vitamin supplements Is food sensitivity testing useful? What nutrients might help with dihydropyrimidine dehydrogenase deficiency? Does lipoic acid hurt methylation? Sulfur SIBO that just won't go away. Using lactate, pyruvate, and ketone ratios to indicate the NADH/NAD+ ratio. Helping bile flow without pharmaceuticals. Managing pernicious anemia. Do we really need to meet the RDA for calcium? Could stretch marks be a sign of copper toxicity? When iron saturation is driven by low binding capacity. How do I know if I need methyl-free Bs? What causes heat intolerance? Here's a link to the full AMA: https://chrismasterjohnphd.substack.com/p/recording-and-transcript-of-the-june-de3 Access the show notes, transcript, and comments here.

Mastering Nutrition
What's the difference between 25(OH)D and 1,25(OH)2D when it comes to the VDR? | Masterjohn Q&A Files #295

Mastering Nutrition

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 7:17


Short answer: 25(OH)D is 1000 times weaker at activating the VDR than 1,25(OH)D, but 1000 times more abundant. This is why I advocate measuring both, and ultimately believe we need to create a calculated index of “biological vitamin D activity” from them. This is a clip from a live Q&A session open to CMJ Masterpass members. In addition to this episode, you can access five other free samples using this link:   https://chrismasterjohnphd.substack.com/p/questions-on-vitamin-d-fatty-liver In that batch of free episodes you will also find the answers to these questions: What's the difference between 25(OH)D and 1,25(OH)2D when it comes to the VDR? Reversing Fatty Liver: How Long Does It Take? What if my A1C says I'm diabetic but my CGM says I'm fine? Will reishi, turmeric, or curcumin tank my testosterone? The 3 Phases of Fasting: And How to Get Kicked Out of Each One If you want to become a Masterpass member so you can participate in the next live Q&A, or so you can have access to the complete recording and transcript of each Q&A session, you can save 10% off the subscription price for as long as you remain a member by using this link to sign up: https://chrismasterjohnphd.substack.com/qanda Learn more about the Masterpass here: https://chrismasterjohnphd.substack.com/about This snippet is from the July 13 AMA. The full recording and transcript is reserved for Masterpass members. Here is a preview of what's included: How do I know if my digestive enzymes are helping or hurting? Why does high-dose glycine give me these terrible symptoms? How to know if my magnesium is messing with my calcium? Why do I have vitamin A symptoms when my lab tests are normal What is my favorite web site for finding enzymatic cofactors Potassium citrate vs potassium chloride Major problems with B vitamin supplements Is food sensitivity testing useful? What nutrients might help with dihydropyrimidine dehydrogenase deficiency? Does lipoic acid hurt methylation? Sulfur SIBO that just won't go away. Using lactate, pyruvate, and ketone ratios to indicate the NADH/NAD+ ratio. Helping bile flow without pharmaceuticals. Managing pernicious anemia. Do we really need to meet the RDA for calcium? Could stretch marks be a sign of copper toxicity? When iron saturation is driven by low binding capacity. How do I know if I need methyl-free Bs? What causes heat intolerance? Here's a link to the full AMA: https://chrismasterjohnphd.substack.com/p/recording-and-transcript-of-the-june-de3 Access the show notes, transcript, and comments here.