ALL ABOUT CAFFEINE! Could this be the BEST performance supplement? Coffee and caffeine, both considerably enhance endurance athletes' performance. The degree to which caffeine enhances your ability to endure physical exertion may be influenced by genetic diversity. Similar to how a great pair of running shoes can help you improve your running time, a decent supplement, can have a BIG impact on your training and how quickly or slowly you attain your goals. Listen to Coach Mark Burik and his big brother Brian Burik in today's episode. Check this out!
The world of supplements is full of amazing - and dubious - claims. It can all be pretty confusing. So in this first of our four-part series, Mac and Jinger discuss the proven science behind Nitrate and Sodium Bicarbonate. You'll learn what they're good for, how and why to use them, and who can expect the most benefit from them. Oh — and why you might not want to use mouthwash before drinking that beet juice.
The world of supplements is full of amazing - and dubious - claims. It can all be pretty confusing. So in this second of our four-part series, Mac and Jinger discuss the proven science behind Creatine and Beta-Alanine. You'll learn what they're good for, how and why to use them, and who can expect the most benefit from them. Oh — and if you're vegetarian or vegan, you should pay particular attention to this episode!
Dr. Christina Valentine discusses her NIH funded research on DHA supplementation for lactating mothers of premature infants. They have shown that 1000 mg of DHA daily taken by the mother decreases preterm infant inflammation through human breast milk ingestion. She has also demonstrated a decreased rate of preterm birth when mothers take higher dose DHA supplementation during pregnancy. This podcast was supported by Reckitt/Mead Johnson Nutrition. Business Corporate by Alex Menco | alexmenco.net Music promoted by www.free-stock-music.com Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en_US September 2022
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 email@example.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.”
In episode #106 Troy shares his expertise as the founder of a pharmaceutical company and his personal story experiencing infertility with his wife. Troy has always been interested in health research, and he discovered the MTHFR mutation issue in 2010. He began a deep dive into this issue as it relates to fertility and pregnancy, and he was amazed by how many people are affected. With the right tests, it was discovered that his wife had the MTHFR mutation. Proper supplementation allowed her to get pregnant and they were able to have their second child. We discuss the difference between folic acid and folate, how the MTHFR mutation affects fertility and pregnancy, and how proper folate supplementation can make a big difference. References are listed below, and Troy is offering a discount code for your first bottle of prenatal vitamins from his company, Centurion Labs. Topics Discussed: infertility, folic acid, folate, MTHFR mutation, prenatal vitamins CONNECT WITH TROY - centurionlabs.com Use coupon code HOPE for 67% off your first bottle of prenatal vitamins! MISCARRIAGE HOPE DESK RESOURCES- Miscarriage Hope Desk aims to help women struggling miscarriage, pregnancy loss and recurrent miscarriages (RPL), by providing the following resources- - Library of Articles, found here- https://miscarriagehopedesk.com/library/understanding-why/ - Instagram Community- https://instagram.com/miscarriagehopedesk - Facebook Community- https://www.facebook.com/groups/1617075958466247/ - Free Miscarriage Lab Checklist- https://miscarriagehopedesk.com/labs - Free Weekly Newsletter- http://miscarriagehopedesk.com/newsletter FREE MEAL PLANS Do you need help getting healthy, tasty meals on the table? Check out our sponsor Prep Dish, PrepDish.com/mhd to get 2 weeks FREE! SHOW NOTES- https://miscarriagehopedesk.com/podcast/ Get a FREE Miscarriage Lab Testing Checklist- MiscarriageHopeDesk.com/labs REFERENCES: Scaglione, F., Panzavolta, G., Folate, Folic Acid and 5-methyltetrahydrofolate are not the same thing, Xenobiotica. Feb. 2014 Servy, Edouard, et.al., MTHFR isoform carriers. 5-MTHF (5-methyl tetrahydrofolate) vs. folic acid: a key to pregnancy outcome: a case series. Journal of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10815-018-1225-2 Greenberg, J. Multivitamin Supplementation During Pregnancy: Emphasis on Folic Acid and L-Methylfolate. Reviews in Obstetrics & Gynecology. 2011, Vol. 4 pg 126-127. D'Elia, PQ., et.al., MTHFR polymorphisms C677T and A1298C and associations with IVF outcomes in Brazilian women. Reproductive Biomedicine Online 2014 Jun;28(6):733-8. doi: 10.1016/j.rbmo.2014.02.005. Naqvi, H., et.al., Role of 677C® T polymorphisms a single substitution in methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase (MTHFR) gene in North Indian infertile men. Molecular Biology Reports. Feb. 2014; 41(2):573-9. Mfady, DS, et. al., Associations of variants in MTHFR and MTRR genes with male infertility in the Jordanian population. Gene. 2014 Feb 15;536(1):40-4. doi: 10.1016/j.gene.2013.12.001. Gava, MM, et.al., Polymorphisms in folate-related enzyme genes in idiopathic infertile Brazilian men. Reproductive Sciences 2011 Dec;18(12):1267-72. doi: 10.1177/1933719111411729. Shen, O., et.al., Association of the Methylenetetrahydrofolate Reductase Gene A1298C Polymorphism with Male Infertility: A Meta-Analysis Updated Estimates of Neural Tube Defects Prevented by Mandatory Folic Acid Fortification, Centers for Disease Control (CDC): Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR), January 16, 2015. McGowan, E., et.al., Association Between Folate Metabolites and the Development of Food Allergy in Children. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology. January 2020; 8(1):132-140. McStay, Catrina, Maternal Folic Acid Supplementation during Pregnancy and Childhood Allergic Disease Outcomes: A Question of Timing. Nutrients. 2017 February. Wang, T., et. al., Is Folate Status a Risk Factor for Asthma or Other Allergic Diseases?, Allergy, Asthma & Immunology Research. 2015 November; 7(6): 538-546. Whitrow, Melissa, et. al., Effect of Supplementatl Folic Acid in Pregnancy on Childhood Asthma: A Prospective Birth Cohort Study. American Journal of Epidemiology. October 2009. Vol. 170, No. 12.
Link to bioRxiv paper: http://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/2022.09.14.507940v1?rss=1 Authors: Haghipanah, M., Saadat, M., Safarbalou, A., Budde, T., Mohamed, W., Sadat Afraz, E., Moradikor, N. Abstract: Chronic stress during the pre-pubertal period has adverse effects in developing neuropsychiatric disorders such as depression and anxiety. The administration of supplements with antioxidant properties may alleviate depression and anxiety behavior. This study investigated the effects of oral supplementation of Japanese sake yeast on anxiety, depressive-like symptoms, oxidative stress, and changes in brain-derived neurotropic factor (BDNF) in adolescence rats subjected to chronic stress. In order to assess the effects of chronic stress, adolescent rats were grouped into one non-stressed control group (non-stress) and four different experimental groups. The other animals were subjected to stress and orally received normal saline (Control-stress), 15 mg/kg yeast (Stress-15), 30 mg/kg yeast (Stress-30) and 45 mg/kg yeast (Stress-45). Anxiety and depression-like behavior, BDNF levels, and oxidative stress markers were evaluated. The rats exposed to stress exhibited anxiogenic and depression-like behavior as well as lower levels of BDNF and higher levels of oxidative markers compared with non-stressed rats (P less than 0.05). However, the oral supplementation of sake yeast decreased anxiogenic and depression-like behavior and oxidative indices, and also increased BDNF levels compared to stressed rats treated with saline in a dose-dependent manner (P less than 0.05). In sum, stress caused anxiety and depression behavior, increased oxidative indices, and reduced BDNF levels while sake yeast alleviated adverse effects of stress on anxiety and depression behaviors, decreased oxidative markers, and increased BDNF levels. Copy rights belong to original authors. Visit the link for more info Podcast created by PaperPlayer
Supplementation can be so helpful for female health and hormones. Many women want to know when the supplements will work or how long they will be taking them. Because there are so many different forms of supplements (powders, tinctures, capsules, tablets, etc) this can create many variables. Genes, gut health and toxic overload can also impact the absorption of these nutrients. In this video, I dive into factors that impact how the body responds to supplements and what to consider when creating expectations and timelines for your health. Supplements for your hormones: https://nutritionforyourhormones.com
In today's episode of Barbell Shrugged you will learn: The internal mechanisms that create your sex drive. How psychological, hormonal, and functional dysfunction impacts sex drive. The biochemistry of boners The nervous system's response to sexual arousal The psychology of porn addiction Supplementation that can improve your sex drive Impacts of chronic fatigue on sex drive How estrogen and testosterone influence sex drive Hormonal changes during pregnancy that heighten sex drive How aging affects your libido They affect of marijuana and alcohol on sex drive Hair loss medication and erectile dysfunction symptoms To learn more, please go to https://rapidhealthreport.com Connect with our guests: Anders Varner on Instagram Doug Larson on Instagram Coach Travis Mash on Instagram Dan Garner on Instagram ———————————————— Please Support Our Sponsors Eight Sleep - Save $150 on the Pod Pro and Pod Pro Cover
Video: CBS New Report – The Unvaxed Want There Jobs Back (1:54) Fired Pediatric ICU Nurse Slamming San Diego County Board of Supervisor (2:04) The Internet of Bodies | Karen Kingston Shares the Patents That Prove The ENTIRE The Internet of Bodies (4:35) Douglas Murray and Peter Boghossian – Woke ideology, the university, and grievance (14:41) Onion extracts lower blood pressure for hypertensives: study University of Bonn (Germany), September 7, 2022 Taking onion skin-derived food supplements of the flavonol quercetin can lower blood pressure for people with hypertension, according to a new study published in the British Journal of Nutrition. Researchers from the University of Bonn in Germany conducted a double-blind study on 68 overweight or obese volunteers with pre-hypertension or stage 1 hypertension, giving them either a quercetin-rich onion skin extract supplement or a placebo for six weeks. While the subjects who were not classed as having high blood pressure did not show significant changes, those with high blood pressure saw positive results. “Supplementation with 162 mg/d quercetin from onion skin extract lowers [ambulatory blood pressure] in patients with hypertension, suggesting a cardioprotective effect of quercetin. The mechanisms responsible for the [blood pressure]-lowering effect remain unclear,” wrote the study's authors. Quercetin is an antioxidant commonly found in plants, including onions, kale, apple skins, berries, citrus fruits and tea. Participants with hypertension saw their systolic blood pressure fall an average of 3.6 mmHg, which the authors suggested “would be clinically meaningful when considered at the population level, particularly in view of the large population of people with pre-hypertension and stage I hypertension”. The dose of 162 mg per day of quercetin-rich onion skin extract, in the form of three 54 mg capsules, was identified as being approximately 10 to 15 times the normal daily quercetin intake for people in the European Union. The study excluded people who consumed high levels of quercetin in their normal diets. Older adults with regular activity routines are happier and do better on cognitive tests, study finds University of Pittsburgh, September 12, 2022 Older adults who consistently get up early and remain active throughout the day are happier and perform better on cognitive tests than those with irregular activity patterns, according to a new study led by University of Pittsburgh researchers. The findings, published online in JAMA Psychiatry, suggest that patterns of activity—not just activity intensity—are important for healthy aging and mental health. “There's something about getting going early, staying active all day and following the same routine each day that seems to be protecting older adults,” said lead author Stephen Smagula, Ph.D., assistant professor of psychiatry and epidemiology at Pitt. “What's exciting about these findings is that activity patterns are under voluntary control, which means that making intentional changes to one's daily routine could improve health and wellness.” To learn more about daily activity patterns in U.S.-based older adults and identify links with mental health and cognition, Smagula and his team recruited 1,800 senior citizens aged over 65. Participants wore accelerometers—movement-detecting devices often found in smartphones and exercise trackers—on their wrists for seven days to measure activity, and they completed questionnaires to assess depression symptoms and cognitive function. The analysis showed that 37.6% of participants rose early in the morning, stayed active throughout the day and had consistent daily routines. Another group comprising 32.6% of participants similarly had consistent daily patterns but the participants were active for an average of just 13.4 hours each day because they rose later in the morning or settled down earlier in the evening. This group had more depression symptoms and poorer cognition than the early risers. The remaining 29.8% of participants had disrupted activity patterns in which periods of activity were erratic throughout the day and inconsistent across days. These adults had the highest rates of depression and performed worst on cognitive tests. Smagula said that the first step to developing a consistent routine and getting better sleep is waking up at the same time each day—no matter how tired you are. “The other thing is having a realistic plan to keep active through the whole day. This can be really hard—especially if you're in a slump or recovering from an injury—so it's important to be reasonable with yourself,” he added. “A plan could include making a list of activities you enjoy and scheduling time to meet a friend or neighbor.” Weight loss water: Drinking before each meal aids weight reduction University of Birmingham (UK), September 9, 2022 Drinking 500 ml of water around 30 minutes before main meals could help obese and overweight people to lose more weight, according to new research. The study, published in Obesity, tested the simple intervention of ‘preloading' with water over a 12 week period – finding that people who drank 500ml of water at half an hour before eating main meals lost, on average, 1.3kg (2.87lbs) more than those in the control group who did not preload. “The beauty of these findings is in the simplicity,” commented study lead author Dr Helen Parretti, who is from the University of Birmingham, UK. “Just drinking a pint of water, three times a day, before your main meals may help reduce your weight.” Indeed, the UK-based team reported that preloading before all three main meals in the day resulted in an average loss of 4.3kg (9.48lbs) over the 12 weeks, whereas those who only preloaded once, or not at all, lost an average of 0.8kg (1.76lbs). “Losing a few extra pounds over the course of a year can be significant to an individual, and this could be an easy way to help with that weight loss,” Parretti added. “It's a simple message that has the potential to make a real contribution to public health.” After twelve weeks, Parretti and her team measured weight loss between the two groups – finding that participants who were instructed to consume 500 ml of water 30 min before main meals lost 1.3 kg more than the comparator group. According to the findings, 27% of those in the preloading intervention group lost more than 5% of their body weight during the 12 week trial, while only 5% in the comparator group lost the same amount. Exercise hormone halts Parkinson's disease symptoms in mouse study Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, September 12, 2022 Researchers from Johns Hopkins Medicine and the Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston have shown that a hormone secreted into the blood during endurance, or aerobic, exercise reduces levels of a protein linked to Parkinson's disease and halts movement problems in mice. If confirmed in additional laboratory research and clinical trials, the researchers' study in mice engineered to have Parkinson's disease symptoms could pave the way for a Parkinson's disease therapy based on the hormone irisin. In the past decade, other laboratories have found that exercise elevates levels of irisin, and there is interest in looking into the connection between irisin and Alzheimer's disease as well as Parkinson's disease. In the laboratory model, the researchers found that irisin prevented the accumulation of alpha synuclein clumps and its associated brain cell death. Additional studies of brain cells among the mice given irisin showed that the exercise hormone lowered levels of Parkinson's disease-related alpha synuclein between 50% and 80%. The research team demonstrated that irisin also speeds up the transport and degradation of alpha synuclein via fluid-filled sacs called lysosomes in brain cells. Common antidepressant may change brain Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, September 4, 2022 A commonly prescribed antidepressant may alter brain structures in depressed and non-depressed individuals in very different ways, according to new research at Wake Forest Baptist MedicalCenter. The study – conducted in nonhuman primates with brain structures and functions similar to those of humans – found that the antidepressant sertraline, a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) marketed as Zoloft, significantly increased the volume of one brain region in depressed subjects but decreased the volume of two brain areas in non-depressed subjects. In the study, 41 middle-aged female monkeys were fed a diet formulated to replicate that consumed by many Americans for 18 months, during which time depressive behavior in the animals was recorded. Female monkeys were chosen for this study because depression is nearly twice as common in women as men and the use of antidepressants is most common in women ages 40 to 59. After the 18-month pre-study phase, the monkeys were divided into two groups balanced for body weight, body mass index and depressive behavior. For the next 18 months, 21 monkeys received sertraline in daily doses comparable to those taken by humans while a group of 20 received a placebo. This treatment regimen is analogous to a human taking an antidepressant for approximately five years. MRI images taken at the end of the treatment phase revealed that in depressed subjects the drug significantly increased the volume of one region of the brain, the anterior cingulate cortex, while decreasing the volume of this same region and the hippocampus in non-depressed subjects. Both of these areas are highly interconnected with other areas of the brain; are critical in a wide array of functions including memory, learning, spatial navigation, will, motivation and emotion; and are implicated in major depressive disorder. Daytime eating may benefit mental health Brigham and Women's Hospital, September 12, 2022 Beating the blues with food? A new study adds evidence that meal timing may affect mental health, including levels of depression- and anxiety-related mood. Investigators from Brigham and Women's Hospital, a founding member of the Mass General Brigham health care system, designed a study that simulated night work and then tested the effects of daytime and nighttime eating versus daytime eating only. The team found that, among participants in the daytime and nighttime eating group, depression-like mood levels increased by 26% and anxiety-like mood levels by 16%. Participants in the daytime-only eating group did not experience this increase, suggesting that meal timing may influence mood vulnerability. Results are published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. “Our findings provide evidence for the timing of food intake as a novel strategy to potentially minimize mood vulnerability in individuals experiencing circadian misalignment, such as people engaged in shift work, experiencing jet lag, or suffering from circadian rhythm disorders,” said co-corresponding author Frank A. J. L. Scheer, Ph.D., Director of the Medical Chronobiology Program in the Brigham's Division of Sleep and Circadian Disorders. The team found that meal timing significantly affected the participants' mood levels. During the simulated night shift (day 4), those in the Daytime and Nighttime Meal Control Group had increased depression-like mood levels and anxiety-like mood levels, compared to baseline (day 1). In contrast, there were no changes in mood in the Daytime Meal Intervention Group during the simulated night shift. Participants with a greater degree of circadian misalignment experienced more depression- and anxiety-like mood. “Meal timing is emerging as an important aspect of nutrition that may influence physical health,” said Chellappa. “But the causal role of the timing of food intake on mental health remains to be tested. Future studies are required to establish if changes in meal timing can help individuals experiencing depressive and anxiety/anxiety-related disorders.”
In the final episode of Season 2, Kris and Paul discuss beta-alanine, a nutritional supplement, and its impact on climbing performance as investigated in: Beta-Alanine Supplementation and Sport Climbing Performance Authored by Krzysztof Sas-Nowosielski, Judyta Wyciślik, and Piotr Kaczka; published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health in May, 2021. They'll explain what beta-alanine actually is and does chemically, and how this might translate into improved climbing performance. They'll consider the pros and cons of the experiment's design and thus the validity of its results in an attempt to determine whether or not climbers should consider using beta-alanine. New episodes of Breaking Beta drop on Wednesdays. Make sure you're subscribed, leave us a review, and share! And please, tell all of your friends who want a deeper look into what science is actually saying about rock climbing, that you have the perfect podcast for them. Breaking Beta is brought to you by Power Company Climbing and Crux Conditioning, and is a proud member of the Plug Tone Audio Collective. Find full episode transcripts, citations, and more at our website. Season 2 of Breaking Beta is proudly supported by Gnarly Sports Nutrition. For a limited time, Breaking Beta listeners can take 15% off their purchase using the code BETA15 at checkout! Or simply click the link above to shop and have the discount automatically applied. Follow Kris and Breaking Beta on Instagram Follow Paul and Crux Conditioning on Instagram If you have questions, comments, or want to suggest a paper we should cover, find us at our Community + Knowledge Hub. Our music is from legendary South Dakota band Rifflord.
Join us for Episode 12 of The Aging Project Podcast as Shelley meets Dr. Dale Bredeson, a renowned neurologist who believes he's found the answers to Alzheimer's. Internationally recognised as an expert in neurodegenerative diseases, Dr. Bredeson's career has been driven by his belief that Alzheimer's is preventable - and even reversible. The result of his research is the ‘ReCODE Protocol', a treatment program giving hope to Alzheimer's sufferers and their families all over the world. He is also the author of the New York Times best-selling book, ‘The End of Alzheimer's', and we're so pleased to have him on the podcast to share his unique insight into a disease that strikes fear for so many of us as we age. Join Shelley for episode #12 of Season Two of The Aging Project Podcast, as she chats to Dr. Bredeson about: • Why he believes our generation will be the last one to fear Alzheimer's • Why he believes the treatment of neurodegenerative disease has been an ‘area of great failure' up until this point • The cause of Alzheimer's and other neurodegenerative diseases • The role of genetics in neurodegenerative diseases • The test he says everyone should get to assess their risk of developing Alzheimer's • The four stages of Alzheimer's and the seven pillars of health he recommends for Alzheimer's prevention • The micro-toxins that could be in your home that can contribute to Alzheimer's • Supplementation that may help prevent neurodegenerative diseases and other natural ways in which we can combat chronic illnesses and neurological conditions • The ‘big four' contributors to cognitive decline • The role of ketosis and healthy insulin sensitivity in healing the insufficiencies that cause cognitive decline • The importance of healthy sleep for maintaining optimal oxygenation and healthy brains The Aging Project is on a mission to discover and share the secrets to aging well, and to empower you to make great choices for your health and wellbeing in your forties and beyond. Hosted by Shelley Craft, The Aging Project Podcast will introduce you to the leading minds in the field of aging fabulously. Her insightful interviews will inspire you to take middle age by the horns and make it the best time of your life! A BIT EXTRA! Thank you to Dr. Dale Bredeson for taking the time to chat with us. If you'd like more information about Dr. Bredeson and his work, you can find it here: https://www.apollohealthco.com/dr-bredesen/ https://www.instagram.com/drdalebredesen/ Want to know more about The Aging Project? Come and visit us here: https://www.theagingproject.com.au/ DID YOU LOVE THIS INTERVIEW? If you found this interview interesting, helpful, entertaining, or inspiring, we need your reviews! Great reviews will enable us to keep creating amazing content to help us all age well – so, if you liked what you heard, we would be so grateful if you took a few seconds to submit a review on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts. We will read every review, and will feature the best one each week on our socials! READY TO AGE WELL WITH US? If you're ready to get started on making the rest of your life the best of your life, please join us on our socials! We'll share challenges and tips so we can all age well together - one small shift at a time. https://www.instagram.com/theagingproject/ https://www.facebook.com/theagingproject We have a newsletter too – you can subscribe at www.theagingproject.com.au YOU MUST TRY IT! Our sister site, ‘You Must Try It', has launched! We're here to make shopping for yourself fun again, with a carefully selected range of health, beauty, and lifestyle products. No confusion, no overwhelm – just the good stuff! @youmusttryit www.youmusttryit.com GOT FEEDBACK? WE'D LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU! If you've got feedback or a burning question, please send it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org CREDITS: Host: Shelley Craft Producer: Amanda Attwood, founder of The Aging Project Podcast Studio Team: Poly Studios https://polystudios.com.au
Wondering why you seem Tumric all over the place for supplmentation? does it really help with recovery?
I welcome Sara Banta back to the show, the health queen of acceleratedhealthproducts.com and Accelerated Health Radio, a show I have been on a few times. We're hitting it hard today with a variety of mostly diet-related topics, and she is also a supplement expert with some really cutting-edge products, so you're going to hear a lot of pitches for supplements, which may or may not appeal to you depending on your current health state, but if you are not feeling great—if you suffer from gas, bloating, digestive pain after meals routinely, or if things just aren't feeling right or snappy—then I think you will get a lot out of listening to Sara's story, as it is pretty eye-opening. It also may inspire you to look a little further or explore some of the ways we can boost our health through supplementation, along with making the proper choices when it comes to food, sleep, and exercise. You'll hear how Sara's son was diagnosed with leukemia at 10 years old, and how she brought him out of that state into perfect health with the use of colloidal silver, as well as how her family experienced no symptoms of Covid despite all testing positive for it. We also talk about how to make the best choices when following an animal based diet, how we both separately came to this “meat and fruit” emphasis in our current diets, why Sara wants us to choose wild meat like bison and elk, why red meat is superior to monogastric animals (think chicken, pork, and turkey), and why our current environment makes the importance of supplements (iodine in particular) more pressing than ever. TIMESTAMPS: Supplements go along with eating healthy food choices. [01:12] Sara's journey into health products was accelerated by her own illnesses as well as her son's. [05:08] The health solutions Sara believes in are all natural that boost the immune system and detox the body. [07:02] We need to look at what is out of balance emotionally, physically, mentally, and spiritually. [11:04] Many things our bodies need are not available in our foods. Iodine, for example, is not in our food supply any more. [13:29] Besides cold hands and feet, what other symptoms should we look for? [18:30] Are there any sources of iodine in our food? All the sources from the sea are contaminated. [21:38] If you get nauseous then you eat fat, you have to clean out your liver. Stay away from the sulfur vegetables. [25:05] Wild animal protein is an important distinction. [26:24] In the ruminant animals, with multiple stomachs, the red meat is superior to the chicken, turkey, and pork. [30:28]Why does a strict carnivore approach help with healing leaky gut? [35:55] How are the processed foods that are ladened with refined industrial seed oils and sugars and grains causing gut dysfunction? [39:03] When you start losing fat weight, you are releasing some toxins. [46:15] We hear a lot about fasting. Are there problems with that? [47:39] There is fasting, keto, carnivore, all these different approaches. How do we know what is best for us? People can get used to anything. [51:54] If you are unable to give up your favorite pizza or ice cream, you are sacrificing your health. You have to be careful even if you are shopping in Whole Foods Market. [01:00:44] LINKS: Brad Kearns.com Brad's Shopping pageAccelerated Health Products.com Butcher Box Wild Idea Buffalo Join Brad for more fun on: Instagram: @bradkearns1 Facebook: @bradkearnsjumphigh Twitter: @bradleykearns YouTube: @BradKearns TikTok: @bradkearns We appreciate all feedback, and questions for Q&A shows, emailed to email@example.com. If you have a moment, please share an episode you like with a quick text message, or leave a review on your podcast app. Thank you! Check out each of these companies because they are absolutely awesome or they wouldn't occupy this revered space. 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In today's episode we dig into our favourite supplements for performance and longevity. So if you want to sleep better, build more muscle AND live longer.. this is the episode for you!We dig into exactly what we take every day and why and which ones are worth your money!Disclaimer* Please contact your Doctor or Naturopath before starting any new supplement regime. Blood work is KING! Know where you stand before changing anything.*Books we reference: Younger You - Kara Fitzgerald ND https://www.amazon.ca/Younger-You-Reverse-Age_and-Longer/dp/0306924838/ref=sr_1_1?crid=11ZZ9OSC1N5QC&keywords=younger+you&qid=1662739288&s=books&sprefix=yoi%2Cstripbooks%2C994&sr=1-1Real food for Pregnancy - Lily Nichols RD https://www.amazon.ca/s?k=real+food+for+pregnancy&i=stripbooks&crid=X7WEGTYW8QKZ&sprefix=real+food+%2Cstripbooks%2C181&ref=nb_sb_ss_ts-doa-p_1_10Body Love - Kelly Leveque https://www.amazon.ca/Body-Love-Balance-Yourself-Forever/dp/0062569147/ref=sr_1_1?crid=JVTXQB75VBQP&keywords=body+love&qid=1662739649&s=books&sprefix=body+love%2Cstripbooks%2C129&sr=1-1 Also her podcast is amazing if you love to dig deep into nutrition! "Be well by Kelly" https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/be-well-by-kelly/id1493002505Unlocking the Keto Code- Steven Gundry: https://www.amazon.ca/Unlocking-Keto-Code-Revolutionary-Deprivation/dp/0063118386The Salt Fix - Dr James Di Nicolantino https://www.amazon.ca/Salt-Fix-Experts-Wrong-Eating/dp/0451496981/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2QW338CL6ARK3&keywords=the+salt+fix&qid=1662739450&s=books&sprefix=the+salt+fix%2Cstripbooks%2C141&sr=1-1
Show Summary: "Outsourcing your health recovery to supplements or treatments, will rarely give you answers. To hasten healing, mindset and nutrition are intrinsic factors that you can control." Health issues are inevitable and unfortunate events that we face. Coming in forms of brain fog, panic attacks, inflammations, or other chronic diseases, experiencing these can debilitate or slow us down from living our best lives. And in our effort to bounce back, instead of focusing first on intrinsic, controllable factors such as our thoughts and food choices, most of us search for healing outside through popular supplements or undergoing treatments prescribed by a doctor. If you've been listening to the Gutsy Health Podcast, you know by now that there's a chronological order of recovery protocol that you must follow. Skipping this may spell the difference in achieving the breakthrough that you need.In this episode, we'll reveal why a sound mindset and proper nutrition are of utmost priority, and supplementation and treatment, even though helpful, fall to the bottom of that list.Optimize and hasten the momentum of your self-healing. Join us and listen to Episode 35 of the Gutsy Health Podcast to learn more!Exceptional Highlights:Follow the chronological order of protocol to expedite healing. First is the Mindset, second is Nutrition, Supplementation is third, and last is Treatment.To recuperate, you should prioritize sleep and rest because that's when eighty percent of healing happens. Inflamed bodies are like burning buildings, while Proper Nutrition is the big hose that kills the fire.Show Highlights:Direct Effect of Mindset in HealingJuanique 10:29If your mind is not in alignment with healing, it is going to trigger your body to be in a fight or flight response, which wears and tears your body and creates more disease and dysfunction.Nutrition as the Primary Source for HealingJuanique 11:42Nutrient-dense foods like vegetables, leafy greens, fruits, proteins, and healthy fats are rich in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants - these are the big hoses that put out the fire. Supplementation & Treatments as Support to HealingJuanique 15:17Using the analogy of someone sick, they go to the doctor who prescribes supplementation. Did they talk to you about the big hose of nutrition in the first place? Why would you invest in a small hose of supplementation when the big hoses exist? You tend to outsource your power to supplements and treatments because it's easy, but invest in your nutrition first.Juanique 27:33If you want to accelerate healing, that's when you incorporate treatments. When starting a healing protocol, most people ask, “How long does it take to heal?”. People get frustrated when they hear 6 to 12 months. if you want to make it a three-month process, you could speed up that timeline with treatments.Important Links:Gutsy Health AcademyGutsy Health Digestion Course Gutsy Health Podcast Instagram
Join Dr. Dave and Dr. Michelle as they discuss the ins and outs of a major mineral- ZINC. The zinc specifics covered in this episode:- Functions within the body - Recommended dosages for supplementation- factors that impact absorption - Signs and symptoms of deficiency - How zinc impacts the function of hormones in the body Book mentioned in this episode- “The Mineral Fix: How to Optimize Your Mineral Intake for Energy, Longevity, Immunity, Sleep and More” by James DiNicolantonio
In this episode, Michelle explains the top supplements she takes and recommends. She also dives into things you should stay away from.Ambitious + Fit 1:1 Fitness Coaching Application!https://michellestallings125135.typeform.com/to/rBC56V?typeform-source=linktr.eeIf you loved this episode, engage with us on social media by posting about the podcast and tagging @michelle_stallingsfit! And if you have 5 seconds to spare, click through to our page on Apple Podcasts or Spotify and share it with a friend!
The Cognitive State of the World In psychoimmunology, cortisol and adrenaline are the two killers. Stress, fear, and anxiety are the biggest factors in neurological and immune functions. We're all gonna get sick at some point, so it's about taking care of the body. Supplementation is not an option, it's essential now. Modern life and Covid19 response made us disconnected too much from natural things. We are nutritionally depleted, socially disconnected, stressed out. The best therapy is live interaction—getting yourself around friends, doing things you love to do, laughing. What Digital Devices and Social Media Do to Our Brains Our eyes and ears get tens of thousands of pieces of information every second but our brain cannot process it all—our biggest problem is how we filter that (our bias). Everyone has bias—it's called mindset. And that's why it's very important. Default Mode Network and Digital Dementia 95% of our life is controlled by our subconscious. Most people try to make changes at the conscious level. But we go on default mode all the time. 19:38 Digital Dementia and Sleep When people with digital dementia sleeps, instead of being in delta, they flip and became high beta (the wide awake state) while sleeping. This causes a dysregulated brain which can lead to dementia and Alzheimer's if not fixed. While high delta while awake can help lessen brain fog, anxiety, memory loss, stress. If we don't sleep well, we don't detox our brain. During the day, the body shuts down mainly because there's a lot of inflammation from the we eat to the toxin exposure. Brain Tap Technology Applying different frequencies on each ear with matching lights to prompt the brain to synchronize Dr. Porter's Best Medicine: Getting the brain right each day.
On today's episode we dig into a Registered Dietician's brain on all things Endometriosis management through DIET! Cindy, an Endo Warrior herself educates both you and I on nutrient and mineral deficiencies, the impact of endo on the body physiologically, and how to support yourself with endo through lifestyle modifications. 0:45 Cindy's Story 2:22 Endo Affects More Than 1 in 10 4:40 Non-Invasive Diagnostic Method 9:01 Diet and Lifestyle Impact 9:20 Omega 6:3 Ratio 11:50 Inflammatory Prostaglandins 14:40 Magnesium for Blood Sugar Regulation 15:21 Iron Deficiency, Estrogen Clearance through the Liver 16:40 Zinc for Immunity, Stomach Acid, Thyroid Health 18:09 Selenium for Thyroid Health, Environmental Toxins 19:08 How to Test for Mineral Deficiency 20:28 Gut + Bowel Dysfunction in Endo 21:39 Stomach Acid Suppression from NSAIDs 22:05 Why Stomach Acid Matters, Why We Need B Vitamins 23:05 Heartburn, Reflux, Slowed Motility, Meat Aversions 23:39 Stomach Acid to Stimulate the Pancreas — Pancreatic Insufficiency 24:15 Nutrient Deficiencies Affecting Pancreatic Output 24:44 Purpose of Digestive Enzymes 25:11 Downsides of Fermentation in the Gut due to Lack of Digestive Enzymes 25:55 Higher Opportunistic Bacteria in the Gut in People with Endo 28:10 Endo Commonly Found on the Digestive Tract 28:45 How to go from Flare Up to Flare Down 30:00 Supplementation, Green Tea, Specific Foods 31:40 Emphasis on Prep Work 32:17 Vegan + Vegetarian Deficiencies, What to Focus On to Combat Deficiencies 37:23 Animal Products, Bioavailability 38:10 Nutrient Dense Beef Liver 40:15 Inositol for Endometriosis 42:30 Where to find Cindy — IG @endo.fertility.dietician, WEBSITE https://endometriosisdietitian.ca/
This week's Addicted to Fitness features an interview with the lead scientist of The Amino Co, Dr. Robert Wolfe. Dr. Wolfe has run over 65 marathons, published over 450 peer-reviewed research articles, holds 14 patents, and is the professor of geriatrics at University of Arkansas Medical School. Nick and Dr. Wolfe discuss how essential amino acid supplemention can minimize the deterioration of muscle in the absence of exercise, reduce the brain's preception of fatigue during a workout, replace broken down muscle fibers, and increase resting energy expediture. If you'd like to connect with Dr. Wolfe, you can contact him at aminoco.com/contact. This episode of Addcited to Fitness is sponsored by the Perform Supplement from The Amino Company. The Perform supplement increases peak strength and endurance levels during exercise, 3x more effective on a gram-for-gram basis than any protein source, improves cognitive function, focus, and concentration, and decreases recovery time by quickly rebuilding muscle tissue. The 100% science back, clinically proven products from The Amino Company are keto-friendly, soy-free, vegetarian, gluten-Free, and Non-GMO. Visit aminoco.com/ATF to read more about the benefits of Heal & other ATF approved products from The Amino Company AND take advantage of our 30% discount by entering ATF at checkout. Follow the podcast profile on Instagram @TheATFPodcast. Give it a listen and let us know what you think by leaving a rating & review in Apple Podcasts. Like & Follow the Addicted to Fitness Podcast Facebook page (Facebook.com/addictedtofitnesspodcast). Follow Nick & Elemental Training Tampa on Facebook (www.facebook.com/ElementalTampa) and Instagram (www.instagram.com/ettampa/) to participate in free live workouts.
Let's get ready to rumble with Cynthia Monteleone! She is a World Champion Masters Track and Field athlete and a certified holistic metabolic analytics practitioner. Cynthia comes from the beautiful island of Maui and is full of positive energy and enthusiasm, and our conversation today is interesting and inspiring, and trust me, the minute the show is over, you are going to be ready to sprint! She is a huge proponent of the overall fitness and health lifestyle benefits of sprinting, and at the very end of the show, she shares a fabulous list detailing the 10 reasons why sprinting is superior to cardio for fitness, health, and everything else. You'll hear about her background as a college athlete, the 20-year break she took to live real life and raise kids in Hawaii, and then her rapid ascension to winning the World Title for sprinting in her age group. Her time for a 400-meter sprint is 57 seconds! If you need a reference point for that time, it's an extraordinary performance: I will admit, she's faster than me! It's also faster than how she ran in college as a D1 athlete! Cynthia is turning back the clock like nobody's business, and she has this amazing and unique blend of steep scientific knowledge as well as practical application from being an all-around World Champion jock. We'll get into some science at the very end with this well-read, well-researched certified practitioner, who also started MAM: Metabolic Analytics of Maui, a company that helps clients reach their nutrition and physical fitness goals. Through analytics, consultation and education, she helps everyday folks as well as elite athletes. Enjoy hearing this lively conversation with Cynthia, and if you want to learn more about her work, click here. TIMESTAMPS: World champion sprinter is here to talk about sprinting, supplements, and the timing of workouts as part of her training. [00:57] After running in college, Cynthia took a hiatus to raise a family and then journeyed forward to win a world championship. [03:43] Your body does a great job cleaning up your system by storing toxins in the body fat. [06:09] While training with Charles Poliquin, she improved her running skills by 50%. [08:28] She ran the 400 in 58 flat at age 42, in the Masters meet. [13:11] When you are going for marginal improvements and you're already at the elite level trying to get faster, the training is pretty difficult. [19:02] Cynthia talks about the supplements she has found that works well, especially when traveling. The timing of your workouts is important too. [21:18] Stop icing and stop static stretching when trying to recover. [27:30] Cynthia basically is on an animal protein-based diet. Lactate is a valuable energy source. [30:12] You can tell by the bicep measurement how their testosterone is and the tricep measurement how the estrogen is. [34:13] Especially an issue with women is the toxins that reside in the body that come from scented candles, beauty products, lotions, etc. [39:13] Dietary optimization is still an important goal, even with elite athletes. [48:19] Ditch the AirPods! They are microwaving your brain. There is a lot of research on EMF. [54:00] What percentage of the workouts are working within your capacity so that you can recover and rebuild? [56:35] Sprinting is better than cardio for fat loss and gut health. There are 10 reasons why. One is you get better hormone balance. [01:03:34] The micro bacteria in your microbiome is dictated by what foods you eat and what type of exercise you do. [01:07:38] Sprinters are smarter than distance runners. Number 4 is sprinting makes you happier. [01:09:38] Overuse injuries are more abundant in endurance training. There is a high risk in endurance for heart remodeling. [01:10:43] Body fat percentage is number seven. If you are too thin, you have poor hormone health. [01:13:11] You can damage the DNA in the cells when participating in endurance. [01:15:18] AQP4 is a water channel which is in your brain like the lymphatic system. [01:17:06] LINKS: Brad Kearns.com Brad's Shopping page Metabolic Analytics of Hawaii Cynthia Monteleone Cynthia racing against high school girls Cynthia's Instagram What is MAM Peak Human podcasts Game Changers Fast Over 40 QUOTES: "If you're in the gym longer than an hour, you are making friends, not progress!"(Poliquin) "Sprinting is better for aging, than endurance training." (Monteleone) Join Brad for more fun on: Instagram: @bradkearns1 Facebook: @bradkearnsjumphigh Twitter: @bradleykearns YouTube: @BradKearns TikTok: @bradkearns We appreciate all feedback, and questions for Q&A shows, emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have a moment, please share an episode you like with a quick text message, or leave a review on your podcast app. Thank you! Check out each of these companies because they are absolutely awesome or they wouldn't occupy this revered space. Seriously, Brad won't promote anything he doesn't absolutely love and use in daily life. Butcher Box: Convenient, affordable home delivery - free shipping! - of the highest quality meat, poultry, and seafood with customizable box design. Click here for special promotion. Brad's Macadamia Masterpiece: Mind-blowing, life-changing nut butter blend Male Optimization Formula with Organs (MOFO): Optimize testosterone naturally with 100% grassfed animal organ supplement BeautyCounter: Complete line of cosmetics tested to be free of typical toxins and endocrine disruptors. Try Brad's favorite vitamin-C skin serum and make the switch away from toxic mainstream skin-care products! BiOptimizers: Top quality performance supplements like magnesium, probiotics, and digestive enzymes. BRAD10 for 10% off LMNT Electrolyte Drink Mix: Tasty, sugar-free, scientifically formulated electrolyte drink mix with everything you need and nothing you don't. Free sample pack, just click the link! BradNutrition.com: Coming soon - the ultimate whey protein superfuel formula for peak performance and longevity Ultimate Morning Routine Online Course: Learn how to custom-design an energizing, focusing morning exercise routine. Enroll now for earlybird discount Check out Brad Kearns Favorites Page for great products and discounts See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tim and Josh start off by accidentally going down the rabbit hole of supplementation and their ‘stacks' to perform and recover well.Then Tim talks about his latest competition, Jackalope, and how it went compared to his previous 3 bouldering wins.The pod finishes with a super fun discussion centered on the new Mellow climbing video “Alphane” where Shawn Raboutou does a new V17/9A. Grades and training, or lack thereof, is the focus.
On this episode, Katherine Cole joined the show to discuss children's health and supplementation. Katherine leads research and development efforts at ChildLife Essentials as the R&D Manager. She is responsible for bringing together the latest science, technology, and premium ingredients to deliver innovative products in children's health. Her passion for discovering where science and health intersect began while earning her degree at the University of California, Berkeley in Integrative Human Biology.
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In part 2 of our Back to School Series, we are discussing our student athletes and offer tips on how best to keep them healthy and energized during the athletic season. Timestamps: [0:54] Tips for student athletes - hydration and rest are key. [3:24] Supplementation and nutrition. [9:14] Concussions in student athletes. --Let's Connect!To get more info and updates on the podcast and connect with me on my personal account@deannaholdrenCheck out the website for more info!deannaholdren.comShow Support:If you enjoy this podcast please Rate, Review, Subscribe and SHARE this out on Apple PodcastsBig shout out to our team that makes this show possible!If you are looking to start your own podcast hit up @upstarterpods on Instagram!
Introduction: Have you been looking into more holistic treatment options for thyroid and hormones? In today's episode with Kristin Majinski from Rejuvenate MKE, we talk all about these issues and how they may differ from a more traditional medical model. Kristin is a nurse practitioner and started Rejuvenate MKE which offers IV therapy, hormone, and thyroid optimization, and aesthetics services. Before we dive in, make sure you listen to our last episode on The Revitalize Remedy! This is all about our new program here and how we do things differently here at Revitalize. Show Notes: [0:00 - 1:41] Introduction [1:42 - 4:20] Kristin's Background (How Rejuvenate MKE was started) [4:21 - 12:35] Preventative Healthcare [12:36 - 24:02] Thyroid Optimization Services [24:03 - 24:48] Client Success Story [24:49 - 30:00] IV Therapy Explained [30:01 - 34:59] IV Therapy vs. Supplementation [35:00 - 39:42] How has being a mother impacted Kristin's view on healthcare? [39:43 - 48:29] The Importance of Self Care [48:30 - 49:05] Where to find Rejuvenate MKE [49:06 - 52:30] Kristin's favorite way to practice Self Care [52:31 - 53:17] Pelvic Floor Tip of the Day Subscribe and Review in Apple Podcasts Have you subscribed to our podcast? If you haven't, I want to encourage you to do that today. I wouldn't want you to miss an episode. Plus, we often add bonus episodes. And there's a good chance you'll miss out on those if you're not subscribed! Click here to subscribe to Apple Podcasts. Now, if you're enjoying the episodes, I'd be really grateful if you left me a review also. Reviews can help other people find my podcast so they can benefit from the information, too. Plus, who doesn't like to hear nice things about their work?!? Just click here to review, select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review". Let me know what you've enjoyed the most. Thank you so much! Resources: Revitalize Events Page: https://revitalize-pt.com/events/ Instagram for Revitalize Physical Therapy: https://www.instagram.com/revitalizept/ Facebook for Revitalize Physical Therapy: https://www.facebook.com/fitandtonedwi Website for Revitalize Physical Therapy: https://revitalize-pt.com/ Schedule your Consultation here: www.revitalize-pt.com/initial-consultation Where to Find Rejuvenate MKE: Website: http://rejuvenatemke.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rejuvenate.mke Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rejuvenate.mke/
Everyone's talking about creatine and rightfully so. As the most proven sports nutrition supplement on the market, it holds a lot of clout and can be an asset to both your performance and health span. There's a lot of new research around creatine, and I wanted to make sure you were up to date, so I invited expert Dr. Scott Forbes onto the podcast to answer some important questions. Dr. Forbes is an associate professor in the department of Physical Education Studies at Brandon University and an adjunct professor in the faculty of Kinesiology and Health Studies at the University of Regina. He's a certified sport nutritionist (ISSN) and a clinical exercise physiologist and high performance specialist through the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP). Dr. Forbes and I dig into a lot of interesting areas today, including creatine biology and physiology 101, so you can gain a solid understanding of what it is, how we make it, how our bodies use it and how it provides energy. We peel the layers back on the following topics and do some myth busting. Dosing strategies (3!) Creatine for vegans and vegetarians Creatine in your plant based burger? How long creatine stays in your muscles Creatine and bone health NEW! Can creatine help ultra endurance athletes preserve explosiveness? Can creatine improve carbohydrate storage? Creatine and dehydration - myth busting If you have any questions comment on your favorite social media platform and tag me and Dr. Forbes. I'm on Twitter and IG and on LinkedIn. You'll find Dr. Scott Forbes (Dr. Creatine!) on IG at Scott_Forbes_PhD and you can also read more if his research here on Research Gate. If you're keen to learn more about your health from the inside out, check out my podcast sponsor Inside Tracker! This is more than your annual blood test. Inside Tracker analyzes your blood, DNA and fitness tracking data to help you recognize where you're doing amazing and where you need improving. They use a personalized system designed to help you live your most vibrant life, slow down the aging process and as a result, extend your health span. The system is created by leading scientists in aging, genetics and biometrics. How do they help? After analyzing your blood they provide you with a daily action plan with personalized guidance on the right exercise, nutrition and supplementation where needed. They were super accommodating because I have a 5 year old who needs to get to camp and I have work to start and they came at 7:20am to help make it happen. Add Inner Age 2.0 to any plan to calculate your true biological age, and see how you're aging from the inside out. For a limited time, get 20% off the entire Inside Tracker store. Just go to insidetracker.com/GuzmanNutrition. Don't miss it! Thank you for listening and being a part of this community. To be updated on episodes head over to Imperfect Progress at Apple or Spotify and SUBSCRIBE today. Along with supporting my sponsor this is the best way you can support me and this podcast. I appreciate you!
System 4 Oil relates to supplements in the human body. This is a system that is kind of a subsystem because it is related to your fuel but it's not the same as your fuel. You have to have oil to keep your engine working properly. It's also part of maintenance because you have to change it routinely and which oil you use depends on your vehicle, much like your fuel and other required maintenance. Systems 2, 3, and 4 all have an interconnectedness but I break them out because they each have a different purpose, schedule, and focus. Oil is what I refer to as supplements. It supports the fuel system and it helps the engine to work optimally. Good oil and clean oil really help your system run well. If your oil has leaked out and you keep driving it, your engine has the potential to burn up. That is the analogy I use for supplements. Can you run without supplements? Yes, for a short time but you can't have optimal performance. Not all oil is created equal. Not all supplements are created equal. Supplementation is important because our food does not provide us with all of the nutrients that our bodies need. We have greater demands to offload toxins because there are more toxins in our modern society. Additionally, because a lot of the foods are nutrient deficient it takes a greater amount. As your life season changes (teen versus adult versus a senior) your bodies metabolize differently and absorb nutrients differently. Therefore, you need more of certain things at different times of your life. Additionally, if you are sick you are going to benefit from supplementation. It's not meant to be something that you do all the time, like fuel. That's where understanding what you need and when you need it to build up a system is important. The reason that over the counter, run-of-the-mill, traditional multivitamins (think Flinstones or Centrum) don't work is that the body doesn't absorb them. Is it better than nothing, yes. Is it optimal, no. Of course, with Living WOW, you want everything to be optimal because you want to heal systems that are broken down, maintain them and thrive, not just survive. When you are looking at supplementation you want to make sure you are addressing bioavailability. Can that supplement get into your system and do what it is designed to do? The problem is that so often when we take the 15 vitamins that we know are good for us and isolate them, it fractionates them. I talked about the importance of the whole food matrix back in System 2 Fuel. Food has thousands of nutrients in a single apple, or in a single broccoli, or in a single leaf of spinach. Those foods offer different benefits and when they are eaten as a whole food it works like magic in your body. Not only is it bioavailable but YOUR body uses the whole food matrix to support it exactly where it needs it, you don't have to guess what nutrient you need to support your brain or your heart or your liver. The whole food matrix is again like magic in that it knows and supports what you need, not just what is recommended. Science has tried to recreate that benefit by extracting the most recognized vitamins and minerals like vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin E, calcium, magnesium, or beta-carotene and putting them in the optimal recommended daily allowance into a multivitamin. So convenient. You take them and think you have your bases covered. For more information about Juice Plus Clinical Research For more information about Juice Plus Products For more information about Living WOW
Jean-Paul (JP), CEO and Managing Director at Black Lab X, is a serial entrepreneur, investor, and community builder. O'Brien is on a mission to inspire, activate, and hyper-enable scientists, entrepreneurs, investors, elite athletes, and creatives to design and build a beautiful future for all of humanity. Black Lab builds and invests in HumanTech ventures, with themes centered around Longevity, Consciousness, Community, and Environment. Get Your ME Biosciences Recovery Pack Here: https://www.mebiosciences.com/shrugged O'Brien is also Founder and CEO of Me Biosciences, Inc., a precision nutrition and human performance company, is President of Flywheel Project, a 501(c)3 education non-profit, is a Lead Mentor with Techstars, earned his B.S. in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from Cornell University, where he played D1 lacrosse and football, and on the weekends, he can be found playing lacrosse, skiing, and trail-running the foothills of Colorado. To learn more, please go to https://rapidhealthreport.com Connect with our guests: JP O'Brien on LinkedIn Anders Varner on Instagram Doug Larson on Instagram Coach Travis Mash on Instagram Dan Garner on Instagram Andy Galpin on Instagram ———————————————— Please Support Our Sponsors Eight Sleep - Save $150 on the Pod Pro and Pod Pro Cover Organifi - Save 20% using code: “Shrugged” at organifi.com/shrugged BiOptimizers Probitotics - Save 10% at bioptimizers.com/shrugged
Good nutrition impacts the development of the fetus and sets the stage for a healthy lifestyle. Ensuring that a mother is receiving the necessary nutrition is crucial for any pregnancy. However, with vegan and vegetarian diets on the rise, mothers who follow these diets are prone to vitamin deficiency that could lead to adverse developmental effects on the infant. This podcast presents brief research on vitamin deficiency among vegan and vegetarian pregnant women, as well as the importance of supplementation and how gynecologists can support their patients through nutritional education. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Huberman Lab Podcast Notes Only by clearly defining what you want in your last decade of life can you work backwards and put in place a plan to get thereTwo vectors of longevity: (1) lifespan: literally whether you are alive and breathing; (2) healthspan: how many healthy years you live – biomarkers matter less, physical & performance tests matter more (DEXA scan, VO2, fat oxidation, emotional state, etc.)ApoB is the single most important biomarker to measure – be proactive in obtaining this as early as possible! It's uncommon in the U.S. though used in Europe & other places as part of regular health check You should monitor weight but an annual DEXA scan is more valuable than tracking BMI“There's not one thing I'll tell patients that is more important than exercising.” – Peter Attia“Strength training is an essential part of our existence. It's never to late to start but you should never stop.” – Peter AttiaTry the back casting thought experiment: In detail, what do you want the last 10 years of life to look like? Then you can plan and live accordingly. Until you do, everything is abstract.Peter Attia on the Women's Health Initiative that deterred the medical community from hormone replacement therapy for women: “It's hands down the biggest screw up of the entire medical field in the last 25 years.” – Peter AttiaPhilosophical differences in prevention – Medicine 2.0: we'll treat you if it seems like disease is imminent in the next 5-10 years; Medicine 3.0: treat the causative agent nowRead the full notes @ podcastnotes.orgMy guest this episode is Dr. Peter Attia, M.D., who trained at Stanford University School of Medicine, Johns Hopkins Hospital and the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Dr. Attia is host of The Drive podcast and is a world expert on behavioral approaches, nutritional interventions, supplementation and pharmacological techniques to improve lifespan, healthspan and athletic performance. We discuss how best to evaluate your health status using routine blood work, body scans and regular tests of physical strength and endurance. Dr. Attia explains what he uses with his patients to “back-cast” their health goals as a way to design their exercise and nutritional programs. We also discuss hormone modulation and replacement therapy for both men and women. We explain how cholesterol and related factors contribute to cardiovascular disease risk and how to monitor and mitigate that risk. Dr. Attia details various supplementation, nutrition, exercise and prescription approaches useful to people in every decade of life to improve vitality, reduce their risk of disease and increase the number of years sustaining peak cognitive and physical health. Thank you to our sponsors AG1 (Athletic Greens): https://athleticgreens.com/huberman Thesis: https://takethesis.com/huberman InsideTracker: https://insidetracker.com/huberman Helix Sleep: https://helixsleep.com/huberman Supplements from Momentous https://www.livemomentous.com/huberman For the full show notes, visit hubermanlab.com Timestamps (00:00:00) Assessing Health Status & Improving Vitality (00:02:51) Momentous Supplements (00:03:46) Thesis, InsideTracker, Helix Sleep (00:07:29) Lifespan: Bloodwork & Biomarkers Testing, The “4 Horseman of Disease” (00:11:51) Healthspan: Functional Testing, Cognitive & Emotional States (00:13:59) Blood Testing: Best Frequency (00:16:01) DEXA Scan: Lean Mass & Fat, Bone Mineral Density & Osteoporosis (00:22:33) Bone Mineral Density & Age-Related Decline, Strength Training, Corticosteroids (00:29:24) Osteopenia & Osteoporosis Diagnosis, Strength Training (00:31:03) AG1 (Athletic Greens) (00:32:16) Back-casting: Defining Your “Marginal Decade” (00:38:31) All-Cause Mortality: Smoking, Strength, VO2 max (00:44:43) Attia's Rule of Supplementation, “Centenarian Decathlete” Physical Goals (00:49:24) Importance of Exercise, Brain Health, MET hours (00:55:23) Nicotine & Cognitive Focus (01:03:12) Menstruation, PMS & Menopause (01:10:10) Hormone Replacement Therapy, Menopause & Breast Cancer Risk (01:22:06) Estrogen, Progesterone & Testosterone Therapies in Women (01:26:35) Hormone Replacement Therapy in Men, SHBG & Testosterone, Insulin (01:37:23) Clomid, Pituitary, Testosterone & Cholesterol, Anastrozole, HCG (01:47:46) Fadogia Agrestis, Supplements, Rapamycin (01:52:06) Testosterone Replacement Therapy & Fertility (01:59:26) Total Testosterone vs. Free Testosterone (02:02:51) Cholesterol & Dietary Cholesterol, Saturated Fat, LDL & HDL, Apolipoprotein B (02:17:42) Apolipoprotein B, Diet, Statins & Other Cholesterol Prescriptions (02:25:15) Cardiovascular Disease, Age & Disease Risk (02:28:53) Peptides, Stem Cells, BPC157, PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma), Injury Rehabilitation (02:37:40) Metabolomics & Exercise (02:40:44) GLP-1 & Weight Loss (02:47:06) Zero-Cost Support, YouTube Feedback, Spotify & Apple Reviews, Sponsors, Momentous Supplements, Instagram, Twitter, Neural Network Newsletter, Huberman Lab Clips Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac Disclaimer
Welcome to the SYNC Your Life podcast episode #64! On this podcast, we will be diving into all things women's hormones to help you learn how to live in alignment with your female physiology. Too many women are living with their check engine lights flashing. You know you feel "off" but no matter what you do, you can't seem to have the energy, or lose the weight, or feel your best. This podcast exists to shed light on the important topic of healthy hormones and cycle syncing, to help you gain maximum energy in your life. In today's episode, I'm covering ways to acquire more energy in your life. We're diving into 5 main concepts needed to thrive with your energy: 1. Sleep 2. Nutrition 3. Exercise 4. Supplementation (if needed) 5. Emotional Well-Being In this episode, I reference the previous SYNC Your Life podcast episodes: Sleep Earthing and Vitamin N Protein Intake for Women Interview with Natalia Rachel Interview with Lilli Correll Interview with Lilly Rachels I also reference the Oura ring as my recommended sleep wearable. Supplements mentioned on the podcast are as follows: Last Thing (taken before bedtime) Nuun Rest Magnesium Glycenate L-Theanine Vitamin B12 Sublingual Vitamin D3 BloodBuilders for low ferritin levels As always, be sure to check with your doctor before starting any new supplementation. Finally, I reference my cookbooks, which are gluten, dairy, and refined sugar free. You can find them here. If you feel like something is "off" with your hormones, check out the FREE hormone imbalance quiz at sync.jennyswisher.com. To learn more about the SYNC Digital Course, check out jennyswisher.com. Let's be friends outside of the podcast! Send me a message or schedule a call so I can get to know you better. You can reach out at https://jennyswisher.com/contact-2/. Enjoy the show! Episode Webpage: jennyswisher.com/podcast
My guest this episode is Dr. Peter Attia, M.D., who trained at Stanford University School of Medicine, Johns Hopkins Hospital and the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Dr. Attia is host of The Drive podcast and is a world expert on behavioral approaches, nutritional interventions, supplementation and pharmacological techniques to improve lifespan, healthspan and athletic performance. We discuss how best to evaluate your health status using routine blood work, body scans and regular tests of physical strength and endurance. Dr. Attia explains what he uses with his patients to “back-cast” their health goals as a way to design their exercise and nutritional programs. We also discuss hormone modulation and replacement therapy for both men and women. We explain how cholesterol and related factors contribute to cardiovascular disease risk and how to monitor and mitigate that risk. Dr. Attia details various supplementation, nutrition, exercise and prescription approaches useful to people in every decade of life to improve vitality, reduce their risk of disease and increase the number of years sustaining peak cognitive and physical health. Thank you to our sponsors AG1 (Athletic Greens): https://athleticgreens.com/huberman Thesis: https://takethesis.com/huberman InsideTracker: https://insidetracker.com/huberman Helix Sleep: https://helixsleep.com/huberman Supplements from Momentous https://www.livemomentous.com/huberman For the full show notes, visit hubermanlab.com Timestamps (00:00:00) Assessing Health Status & Improving Vitality (00:02:51) Momentous Supplements (00:03:46) Thesis, InsideTracker, Helix Sleep (00:07:29) Lifespan: Bloodwork & Biomarkers Testing, The “4 Horseman of Disease” (00:11:51) Healthspan: Functional Testing, Cognitive & Emotional States (00:13:59) Blood Testing: Best Frequency (00:16:01) DEXA Scan: Lean Mass & Fat, Bone Mineral Density & Osteoporosis (00:22:33) Bone Mineral Density & Age-Related Decline, Strength Training, Corticosteroids (00:29:24) Osteopenia & Osteoporosis Diagnosis, Strength Training (00:31:03) AG1 (Athletic Greens) (00:32:16) Back-casting: Defining Your “Marginal Decade” (00:38:31) All-Cause Mortality: Smoking, Strength, VO2 max (00:44:43) Attia's Rule of Supplementation, “Centenarian Decathlete” Physical Goals (00:49:24) Importance of Exercise, Brain Health, MET hours (00:55:23) Nicotine & Cognitive Focus (01:03:12) Menstruation, PMS & Menopause (01:10:10) Hormone Replacement Therapy, Menopause & Breast Cancer Risk (01:22:06) Estrogen, Progesterone & Testosterone Therapies in Women (01:26:35) Hormone Replacement Therapy in Men, SHBG & Testosterone, Insulin (01:37:23) Clomid, Pituitary, Testosterone & Cholesterol, Anastrozole, HCG (01:47:46) Fadogia Agrestis, Supplements, Rapamycin (01:52:06) Testosterone Replacement Therapy & Fertility (01:59:26) Total Testosterone vs. Free Testosterone (02:02:51) Cholesterol & Dietary Cholesterol, Saturated Fat, LDL & HDL, Apolipoprotein B (02:17:42) Apolipoprotein B, Diet, Statins & Other Cholesterol Prescriptions (02:25:15) Cardiovascular Disease, Age & Disease Risk (02:28:53) Peptides, Stem Cells, BPC157, PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma), Injury Rehabilitation (02:37:40) Metabolomics & Exercise (02:40:44) GLP-1 & Weight Loss (02:47:06) Zero-Cost Support, YouTube Feedback, Spotify & Apple Reviews, Sponsors, Momentous Supplements, Instagram, Twitter, Neural Network Newsletter, Huberman Lab Clips Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac Disclaimer
Welcome back for episode 163 of The Bodybuilding Dietitians Podcast! On this week's episode Tyarra and Jack answer and discuss various topics including: - Is glutamine supplementation really necessary? - Does swapping the order of exercises during your workouts influence your results? - Thoughts on being ready early as a bodybuilder and PEAKING for your first show of the season Link for Aussie Bodybuilding Tees: https://www.thebodybuildingdietitians.com/tbdapparel/aussie-bodybuilding-tee Thank you again for tuning into the podcast and we hope you enjoy! We would greatly appreciate if you would please subscribe to the channel, give us a rating, leave us a review and tell your friends about the podcast! The more people we can reach out to and help the better! Stay tuned for more podcasts released on a weekly basis! Business Website: www.thebodybuildingdietitians.com Tyarra's Instagram: www.instagram.com/tyarranelson/?hl=en Jack's Instagram: www.instagram.com/jack.radfordsmith/?hl=en The Bodybuilding Dietitians Instagram: www.instagram.com/thebodybuildingdietitians/?hl=en YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Why7CvHSXNMG8Aws6dnww 10% Off Marmadukes Peanut Butter Powder (discount code TBD10): www.marmadukes.com.au/discount/TBD10 VPA 10% off codes used at checkout: www.vpa.com.au/ TYARRA Jack
CF 241: Does Supplementation Work & Non-Surgical Treatment For Stenosis Today we're going to talk about if vitamin Supplementation Works for preventing cardiovascular issues or cancer and we'll talk about Non-Surgical Treatment For Stenosis But first, here's that sweet sweet bumper music Purchase Dr. Williams's book, a perfect educational tool and chiropractic research reference... The post Does Supplementation Work & Non-Surgical Treatment For Stenosis appeared first on Chiropractic Forward.
This episode is packed with info about CREATINE Supplementation Over 50. I've been asked about creatine. I talked about it at the Flipping 50 April master class series (This topic comes up frequently in our masterclasses the second Wednesday of each month. Watch the banners at top of site or if you're already on our email subscribers list, you'll be invited. To join that list link here). I shared that I was testing creatine and would share my results. First, you may be wondering what does it do and why creatine supplementation might be for you. It is another of those things that we will produce naturally less of as we age. First against muscle loss and frailty it is key in supporting lean muscle gains. It's been used and questioned for decades as a supplement for body builders and figure competitors. You too may have asked about it if you have teens or young adults hoping to gain size and strength for high school football. These are often times when it comes across your radar, at least in the past. You may start hearing more about it as we look for ways to boost muscle now for decades ahead. As with anything, research featuring older adults is what we're exploring here. The good news: The science suggests there aren't any known negative side effects for older adults and supplementing with this could help avoid sarcopenia. It is still always wise to consult a physician about any medications you're taking and any interactions between that and supplements you take to both enhance absorption and prevent interference deeming either ineffective. Defining Sarcopenia Sarcopenia: significant loss of muscle and strength over the lifetime without any strength or dietary interventions to prevent it associated with diseases including but not isolated to insulin resistance (now seen in young adults more and more often), diabetes, obesity, heart disease, and cancer, to name just a few. To calculate whether you're sarcopenic: Determine if you're already mildly sarcopenic by looking at your Muscle Mass Index (MMI). Similar to Body Mass Index (BMI), which is antiquated and still overused in doctor's offices as a measure of health, MMI tells you more about your body composition, even without a scale. MMI is a measure of your muscle mass divided by your height squared. Input your height and your lean muscle mass in pounds. To find that you'll need a Smart Scale that tells you (skeletal) muscle mass in pounds, not just everything but fat mass which includes your organs and bone. To cheat and not have to do math, you can find an online BMI calculator like this one from National Health Institute. [https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/educational/lose_wt/BMI/bmicalc.htm] Use this for risk evaluation: Mild sarcopenia = males: 8.51-10.75; females: 5.76-6.75 Severely sarcopenic = males: SMI < 8.51; females SMI < 5.76 My experience with creatine supplementation: It's made strength gains easier, recovery faster, and definition better… without trying harder. In other words it's the same routine and effort with improved results. How to take it: 5 g in a simple shake or smoothie before I train (preference) If I haven't, I didn't have a shake before, then I'll do it after. Who is a good candidate? If you have been lifting for a period of time optimizing adequate strength training by following the strength recommendations necessary for adequate stimulus often shared here at Flippingfifty.com, you're a perfect candidate for creatine. Beginners to strength training are going to already see gains in muscle fiber recruitment in the first 6-8 weeks that will lead first to strength. With additional lifting and adequate protein there will be support for greater number of muscle fiber and size, though size should not be emphasized here as with age it will be difficult to gain great size. For women this statement should also not be a deterrent. It's very hard, as an older woman, to actually gain hypertrophy (size) in muscle. Though many women still fear bulk from lifting, they often are: Using the wrong protocol Eating insufficient protein Undereating or overeating carbs and fat causing inflammation Not allowing recovery from exercise (again visible inflammation will look like “bulk”) For a beginning strength trainer, adequate benefits will come from increased overload. Additional benefit is not as likely from adding supplements. The first step to better results in strength is lifting. Step two is to be aware of the regular intake of adequate protein at meals (multiple posts on this site go into detail on this). Intake of protein close to weightlifting is key to boosting muscle protein synthesis (build up) and preventing muscle protein breakdown. To add muscle mass which in turn improves body composition, adequate protein type and timing combined with lifting is important. From the literature: Creatine supplementation can augment gains in muscle mass and strength during a period of exercise training in older adults already optimizing adequate strength training to their advantage (as opposed to beginners). How to start if you're severely under-muscled or frail: Research suggests creatine (monohydrate) is generally supplemented in relatively large doses (four times 5 g/d) for a relatively short 5-7 d period to increase skeletal muscle phosphocreatine content. A maintenance dose of 2-5 g of creatine/d is subsequently taken to maintain the elevated muscle phosphocreatine levels. Additional Candidates for Creatine Supplementation Vegans, Vegetarians, or anyone avoiding red meat may want to consider creatine. Meat, specifically red meat, are best sources of creatine. Winning with this It's tasteless so it's an easy addition. I use it daily (recovery days too; you're building, recovering, or sustaining) Exercise Nutrition Tips: Whole food first Check your micronutrient sufficiency, quality protein intake, and overall absorption of the good foods we're eating. “Healthy” isn't enough. Your healthy foods may not agree with you any more so make sure you're considering your gut health and use signs of gas, bloating, constipation or diarrhea as signs to do something different. You are not what you eat, but what you absorb. Your midlife body may need a change to provide you with the rewards you deserve from exercise. Helpful? Love to hear from you. Please leave a comment. References: Devries, M.C., and S. Phillips (2014). Creatine Supplementation during Resistance Training in Older Adults-a Meta-analysis. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 46:1194-1203. Volpi E, Nazemi R, Fujita S. Muscle tissue changes with aging. Curr Opin Clin Nutr Metab Care. 2004 Jul;7(4):405-10. doi: 10.1097/01.mco.0000134362.76653.b2. PMID: 15192443; PMCID: PMC2804956. Resources Mentioned: Continuous Blood Glucose Monitor: https://www.flippingfifty.com/glucose Other Episodes You Might Like: It's Not Just How Much Protein: Plant vs Animal Protein: https://www.flippingfifty.com/plant-vs-animal-protein/ It's Not Just About How Much Protein: https://www.flippingfifty.com/how-much-protein/ The Ultimate Smoothie Guide: https://www.flippingfifty.com/ultimate-after-50-smoothies-guide/ Coming Soon! Hot Not Bothered Challenge Boost your MoJo with the right exercise to get started (or reset) your energy and muscle. Waiting list: https://www.flippingfifty.com/hnb-challenge
We gathered a panel of 4 leaders in the Psychedelic space together, to talk about the path forward for legalizing microdosing. We discuss the history of microdosing, the 'why' behind it, sacred ritual, legal policy, and so much more. Our goal, as always, is to destigmatize and educate others on the potential of these plant medicines. If you'd like to get involved with our nonprofit, The Microdosing Collective, visit our website: https://www.microdosingcollective.org === TIMESTAMPS: 0:00 Intro 6:20 History of Microdosing 10:01 The Why 18:31 Sacred Ritual 23:15 Legal Policy 27:14 Future of Microdosing 32:34 The Footsteps of Cannabis 38:42 Use Your Voice - without getting arrested 41:03 What is Microdosing 43:40 Conclusion === GUEST PANEL: Alli Schaper Into the Multiverse Co-Founder and CEO, Podcast Host @allischaper Josh Kappel Founding partner of Vicente Sederberg @Jkapps44 Marie Mbouni, M.D. Consciousness Coach, Shaman, Speaker @mariembounimd And the panel host: Paul Austin Third Wave Founder and CEO, Synthesis Co-Founder @paulaustin3w === Step into the Multiverse with us... Instagram: Into the Multiverse: https://www.instagram.com/intothemultiverse/ Multiverse Marketplace: https://www.instagram.com/multiverse/ Super Mush: https://www.instagram.com/supermush/ Multiverse Marketplace: https://yourmultiverse.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week on the pod we are rebroadcasting a webinar from The Feed, where Dr. Sprouse discussed "Supplementation for Endurance Athletes." Topics discussed in this episode include:-Importance of Nutrition for Performance-Basic Recommendations-The Feed Formulas-Considerations for Performance-Does Timing Matter?-Considerations for Recovery-When to not take supplements around training to avoid diminishing adaptations-Vegetarian or Vegan?-And tons moreYou can watch the webinar at this link to see the slides Dr. Sprouse was talking about during his discussion. You can also read the show notes from the webinar here to see more detailed info about some of the supplements discussed. In This Episode:The Feed Website | Instagram Video of the Webinar Webinar Show NotesDr. Sprouse on InstagramPatrick Morris on Instagram- - - - - - - - -Season Seven Sponsor: Klean AthleteCheck us out at: Podium Sports Medicine Website | InstagramSubscribe: Apple Podcast | SpotifyShow Produced by Palm Tree Pod Co.
Episode 92 of the Fit Father Project Podcast is all about mineral supplements and the many health benefits of mineral supplementation. In this episode, you'll meet Caroline Alan, a mineral enthusiast and the co-founder and CEO of http://www.beamminerals.com/fitfamily (BEAM Minerals), which provides humic and fulvic mineral supplements. Coming from a career in the corporate world, like many, Caroline found herself struggling physically, mentally, and energetically. As a result of her journey back to health, Caroline has become devoted to educating people about the benefits of plant-based mineral supplementation. Caroline's research into why minerals are essential in human physiology and how they work in the body has taken her deep into microbiology, molecular biology, cellular biology, agricultural soil science, and the study of plant decomposition. In the process, Caroline has found ways to help others understand how mineral depletion affects the body and how plant-based humic and fulvic mineral supplementation can support healing and optimal health. This is going to be a massive topic of discussion in the health and wellness space in the next five to 10 years — and you're hearing about it here first! In this episode, you'll learn: Why minerals are so crucial to health and wellness. The most important minerals. What trace minerals are, and why they're so vital. What happens when we're mineral depleted. How to replenish your minerals with the proper substances. And so much more! So, if you want to get the most from your health and fitness efforts, listen to this episode on the benefits of mineral supplements, take some notes, and check out https://store.fitfatherproject.com/products/fit-father-30x-program-special (FF30X)! More From Caroline:http://www.beamminerals.com/fitfamily (BEAM Minerals) (Use promo code “fitfamily” for 20% off!) https://www.instagram.com/beamminerals/ (BEAM Minerals on Instagram) https://www.facebook.com/beamminerals (BEAM Minerals on Facebook) https://www.linkedin.com/in/caroline-alan-692792/ (Caroline on LinkedIn) What is FF30X? FF30X is a simple, sustainable, and specific weight loss program that is designed especially for busy men over 40. With short metabolic training workouts, an easy-to-follow meal plan, and an accountability team that is there for you at every step, FF30X can help you lose 30, 40, or even 50+ lbs — even if you've never picked up a weight in your life. https://store.fitfatherproject.com/products/fit-father-30x-program-special (Click here) to see what you get when you join the FF30X program today! If you loved what you heard on the Fit Father Project Podcast, please follow, rate, and review it on https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-fit-father-project-podcast/id1566009525 (Apple Podcasts). REVIEW GIVEAWAY! WIN ONE MONTH'S SUPPLY OF SUPER FUEL WHEY OR VEGAN PROTEIN To take part, simply write a review at Apple Podcasts, post a screenshot of your review on your IG stories, and tag us (@fitfatherproject) along with two of your friends! You can also listen to the show on: https://open.spotify.com/show/76gsdCUAFFeablQwEBFHwv (Spotify) https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/75cabb2e-a8bd-4651-b065-b9dfae842465/FIT-FATHER-PROJECT-PODCAST (Amazon Music) https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly90aGUtZml0LWZhdGhlci1wcm9qZWN0LmNhcHRpdmF0ZS5mbS9yc3NmZWVk (Google Podcasts) https://www.stitcher.com/show/fit-father-project-podcast (Stitcher) And don't forget to subscribe to our https://www.youtube.com/c/fitfatherproject (YouTube Channel) and follow us on https://www.instagram.com/fitfatherproject/ (Instagram), https://www.facebook.com/fitfatherproject (Facebook), https://twitter.com/fitfatherproj (Twitter), and https://www.linkedin.com/company/fit-father-project (LinkedIn)!
Videos: Neil Oliver – ‘…they're herding people like sheep… Large Observational Study On COVID-19 Vaccines Impact of Women's Menstrual Cycles Post Vaccination – Trial Site News The Dark Side of Electric Cars – Jhonny Harris 4.How The US Stole The Philippines – Jhonny Harris Cardamonin shows promise for treating aggressive breast cancer Florida A&M University, August 3, 2022 Cardamonin—a natural compound found in the spice cardamom and other plants—could have therapeutic potential for triple-negative breast cancer, according to a new study using human cancer cells. The findings also show that the compound targets a gene that helps cancer cells elude the immune system About 10-15% of breast cancers are triple-negative, which means they don't have receptors for estrogen or progesterone and don't make excess amounts of a protein called HER2. These tumors are difficult to treat because they don't respond to the hormone-based therapies used for other types of breast cancer. They also tend to be more aggressive and have a higher mortality rate than other breast cancers. “The fact that cardamonin has been used for centuries as a spice and, more recently, as a supplement shows that its intake is safe and may bring health benefits,” said Mendonca. “Our research shows that cardamonin holds potential for improving cancer therapy without as many side effects as other chemotherapeutic agents.” For the new study, the researchers investigated how cardamonin affected the expression of the programmed cell death ligand 1 (PD-L1) gene, which is found in tumor cells. PD-L1 is overexpressed during breast cancer progression and plays a critical role in helping breast cancer cells evade the body's immune system. They found that cardamonin treatment caused a dose-dependent decrease in cell viability in both cell lines. It also reduced PD-L1 expression in the Caucasian cell line but not the African American cell line, indicating that cells from different races may respond differently to cardamonin because of genetic variations among races. Persistent Low Wages Linked to Faster Memory Decline in Later Life Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health, August 2 2022Sustained low wages are associated with significantly faster memory decline, according to a new study by Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health. While low-wage jobs have been associated with health outcomes such as depressive symptoms, obesity, and hypertension, which are risk factors for cognitive aging, until now no prior studies had examined the specific relationship between low wages during working years and later-life cognitive functioning. The findings are published in the American Journal of Epidemiology.”Our research provides new evidence that sustained exposure to low wages during peak earning years is associated with accelerated memory decline later in life,” said Katrina Kezios, Ph.D., postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Epidemiology at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health and first author. “This association was observed in our primary sample as well as in a validation cohort.”The researchers found that, compared with workers never earning low wages, sustained low-wage earners experienced significantly faster memory decline in older age. They experienced approximately one excess year of cognitive aging per a 10-year period; in other words, the level of cognitive aging experienced over a 10-year period by sustained low-wage earners would be what those who never earned low wages experienced in 11 years.”Our findings suggest that social policies that enhance the financial well-being of low-wage workers may be especially beneficial for cognitive health,” said senior author Adina Zeki Al Hazzouri, Ph.D., assistant professor of epidemiology at Columbia Mailman School and the Columbia Butler Aging Center. “Future work should rigorously examine the number of dementia cases and excess years of cognitive aging that could be prevented under different hypothetical scenarios that would increase the minimum hourly wage.”Research links red meat intake, gut microbiome, and cardiovascular disease (ASCVD) in older adultsTufts University, August 3, 2022Over the years, scientists have investigated the relationship between heart disease and saturated fat, dietary cholesterol, sodium, nitrites, and even high-temperature cooking, but evidence supporting many of these mechanisms has not been robust. Recent evidence suggests that the underlying culprits may include specialized metabolites created by our gut bacteria when we eat meat. A new study led by researchers at the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University and Cleveland Clinic Lerner Research Institute quantifies the risk of ASCVD associated with meat intake and identifies underlying biologic pathways that may help explain this risk. The study of almost 4,000 U.S. men and women over age 65 shows that higher meat consumption is linked to higher risk of ASCVD—22 percent higher risk for about every 1.1 serving per day—and that about 10 percent of this elevated risk is explained by increased levels of three metabolites produced by gut bacteria from nutrients abundant in meat. Higher risk and interlinkages with gut bacterial metabolites were found for red meat but not poultry, eggs, or fish. The study, published in the journal Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology (ATVB) on August 1, is the first to investigate the interrelationships between animal source foods and risk of ASCVD events, and the mediation of this risk by gut microbiota-generated compounds as well as by traditional ASCVD risk pathways such as blood cholesterol, blood pressure, and blood sugar. Highlights In this community-based cohort of older U.S. men and women, higher intakes of unprocessed red meat, total meat (unprocessed red meat plus processed meat), and total animal source foods were prospectively associated with a higher incidence of ASCVD during a median follow-up of 12.5 years. The positive associations with ASCVD were partly mediated (8-11 percent of excess risk) by plasma levels of TMAO, gamma-butyrobetaine, and crotonobetaine. The higher risk of ASCVD associated with meat intake was also partly mediated by levels of blood glucose and insulin and, for processed meats, by systematic inflammation but not by blood pressure or blood cholesterol levels. Intakes of fish, poultry, and eggs were not significantly associated with ASCVD. The 3,931 study subjects were followed for a median of 12.5 years, and their average age at baseline was 73. The study adjusted for established risk factors such as age, sex, race/ethnicity, education, smoking, physical activity, other dietary habits, and many additional risk factors. Diets higher in calcium and potassium may help prevent recurrent symptomatic kidney stones, study findsMayo Clinic, August 2, 2022Kidney stones can cause not only excruciating pain but also are associated with chronic kidney disease, osteoporosis and cardiovascular disease. If you've experienced a kidney stone once, you have a 30% chance of having another kidney stone within five years.Changes in diet are often prescribed to prevent recurrent symptomatic kidney stones. However, little research is available regarding dietary changes for those who have one incident of kidney stone formation versus those who have recurrent incidents.Mayo Clinic findings show that enriching diets with foods high in calcium and potassium may prevent recurrent symptomatic kidney stones.The findings, which were published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings, show that lower dietary calcium and potassium, as well as lower intake of fluids, caffeine and phytate, are associated with higher odds of experiencing a first-time symptomatic kidney stone.Of the patients who had first-time stone formation, 73 experienced recurrent stones within a median of 4.1 years of follow-up. Further analysis found that lower levels of dietary calcium and potassium predicted recurrence.Fluid intake of less than 3,400 milliliters per day, or about nine 12-ounce glasses, is associated with first-time stone formation, along with caffeine intake and phytate, the study finds. Daily fluid intake includes intake from foods such as fruits and vegetables. Low fluid and caffeine intake can result in low urine volume and increased urine concentration, contributing to stone formation. Phytate is an antioxidant compound found in whole grains, nuts and other foods that can lead to increased calcium absorption and urinary calcium excretion.Low dietary calcium and potassium was a more important predictor than fluid intake of recurrent kidney stone formation, says Api Chewcharat, M.D., the article's first author. The study concludes that diets with daily intake of 1,200 milligrams of calcium may help prevent first-time and recurrent kidney stones.Dr. Chewcharat says the takeaway is that patients should add more fruits and vegetables that are high in calcium and potassium to their diets. Fruits that are high in potassium include bananas, oranges, grapefruits, cantaloupes, honeydew melons and apricots. Vegetables include potatoes, mushrooms, peas, cucumbers and zucchini.Could acupuncture help ward off diabetes?Edith Cowan University, August 2, 2022 A new study from Edith Cowan University has found acupuncture therapy may be a useful tool in avoiding type 2 diabetes. The research team investigated dozens of studies covering the effects of acupuncture on more than 3600 people with prediabetes, a condition which sees higher-than-normal blood glucose levels without being high enough to be diagnosed as diabetes.The findings showed acupuncture therapy significantly improved key markers, such as fasting plasma glucose, two-hour plasma glucose, and glycated haemoglobin, plus a greater decline in the incidence of prediabetes.There were also no reports of adverse reactions among patients. Green tea helps support healthy glucose in metabolic syndrome patients Ohio State University, August 1 2022. Findings from a trial reported in the supplement of Current Developments in Nutrition revealed that consuming green tea extract improved glucose levels in adults with metabolic syndrome: a cluster of factors that increase the risk of diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Supplementation with green tea extract was also associated with improvement in intestinal health, including a reduction in leaky gut. The trial was a follow-up to a study published in 2019 that found protective effects for green tea against inflammation induced by nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) in mice. In the current crossover trial, 21 individuals with metabolic syndrome and 19 healthy participants received 1 gram of green tea extract or a placebo for 28 days. This period was followed by another treatment period in which participants who previously received the extract were given a placebo and those who received a placebo received the extract. Fasting blood glucose, insulin and lipid levels were measured at the beginning of each treatment period and at days 14 and 28. Supplementation with green tea extract was associated with lower fasting glucose and markers of intestinal inflammation in comparison with the placebo. In separately published findings, green tea extract was associated with decreases in small intestinal permeability (leaky gut).