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"akito genyk" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

05:56 min | 8 months ago

"akito genyk" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Should eat once she shouldn't. She did. Go through chemo. She completely healed and that and she's been ten cancer free now for eleven years now. This was thirteen years ago. Then you have to remember. Think back thirteen years ago. Nobody was talking about plant based nutrition or kito diets or fasting And so as i was reading all these materials to help her i went through about ten books. And about two hundred or three hundred papers. Scientific papers learning about plant based nutrition. And gosh this irreputable. What this stuff does somebody should tell the rest of the world. So i'm just a very passionate person. I have no background no education. I have no idea how i'm going to do this. But i'm going to give it a shot so i gave up. My career went back to school. I went to the For integrative nutrition in new york city. I gotta health coaching certificate. Which wasn't a big deep dive in nutrition. But it was enough to get me going. And then i taught plant-based attrition at corporations and hospitals for almost a year. And this is what led me to algae. Because as i was teaching people about the importance of eating more vegetables i realized it wasn't telling them anything. New there are mothers. Have been telling us to eat our veggies since we were kids right but what i did learn and i'm sure your listeners will appreciate. Is that most people. Everybody knew what they should do. But there were too many obstacles. Let's face it vegetables way a lot to carry home. They take up a lot of room in your fridge. They take a long time to clean to cook to eat. Men are notorious for not wanting to eat vegetables. So our kids. If you're on akito genyk diet or a low carb diet. I'm sure a lot of you're avoiding Vegetables because of the carbs. So that okay. 'cause people know what they should do can't because there are too many obstacles. I need to find a way to make it effortless for them once again. I had no idea what i would find. But i just got in their lifted the hood and and went back to everything. I've found for my sister and just studied it a bit deeper. It took me months until. I got back to algae. And that's when the miracle happen because first of all is the most alkaline food in the world. And that's what got me started on all this turns out it's the most nutrient dense food in the world. We have a quote. We'll talk about this again. Later from nasa says one gram of algae has the same nutrition as a thousand grams of vegetables. Gonna say that again. One two thousand as you're gonna learn. The algae is so tiny. This is micro. Algae a million of them could fit on the head of a pin so he consolidate that on a nutritional basis. You start to understand why it's not just a superfood i call it a super duper food. But anyways nutrient dense and it's also endorsed by the united nations as the answer world hunger because algae spirulina in particular has the highest concentration of protein in the world that has three times the amount of protein as any animal protein..

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"akito genyk" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

02:32 min | 9 months ago

"akito genyk" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"I know you work obviously with different clients. All over the place in your clinic is in london ontario. Yes right and talk about your experience working with people and really helping them. Adapt more of a ketogenic and nate lifestyle using intermittent fasting. Things like that sure. Well the first thing just trying to move towards more of a ketogenic lifestyle when you're actually eliminating grains and sugars is even though there's a lot more awareness right now people still freak out when they're told you can't have grains you can't have sugar right and a lot of times people say well wait a second you know. These are foods of the earth. The mother nature gave us pineapples and oranges and pears. And all these things we tell those be bad for you. And i always go back to this and and i think first of all you have to recognize that people have different. Genetic backgrounds are gonna processed foods differently They're going to have different types of metabolism. Some people based on where they're where they're from the world may do better with one type of food than another but in principle when you think about the higher sugar foods and the ones grains that turn into sugars. You know the reality is you know. I'm a northern caucasian. I would not be from a part of the world are pineapples are growing year round saying well what would my culture have thrived now it starts to get a little dicey when through the years. Go on twenty two in me and you find out that five percent this. I said it's not always necessarily black or white. So i do believe in listening to your body and seeing how you should in the first place but the first thing is when you tell people to eliminate these foods that they could. Actually you know a mother. Nature's foods are god's people say well that's not right because i'm supposed to eat those tax and the reality is you have to also differentiate not just. How's your body's supposed to eat but are you really trying to deal with some type of illness or a disease because there are certain illnesses that can do better under certain diet programs even though those changes are associated with the cause of the best one for example is sealy people if need gluten but consuming. Gluten doesn't cause ceac right so same thing with you know if somebody has information and they have gall bladder issues while they probably shouldn't have a ton of fat all at once but just eating fat. Your whole lifetime isn't going to give you those gallbladder so we could go on and on and on about that i. I had a friend who was dealing with cancer not consuming any fruit. Well we've never suggested that consuming fruit gave you the cancer. But we do know that getting into this state where your body's not having relied on sugar is going to benefit the immune system to help nutrition. Yeah exactly so so you have to look at it. I doing this for some clinic. Some clinical name. Or am i doing this because it is just the way my body was designed writers

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"akito genyk" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

05:17 min | 9 months ago

"akito genyk" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"A protein shake in my in in that. I've had quite a bit of calories today because of the drink and the heavy cream and the protein shake hundred and calories by probably yeah probably three hundred hundred years the heavy cream in there. But you know. I'm not i'm not really trip on it because it's not gonna i. I don't feel hungry. I still don't feel great. That's one that's one interesting thing that happens. You know initially something like this. When i started fasting would have made me angry. But now i think just because i have better hunger control Something like this. I could finish it. And i'm still good to wait until the evening to eat a meal so i'm not really tripping on it i don't yeah it doesn't bother me do you think that with the mindset change. It's almost like if you do get a little hungry. Have something like that. And you're just like kind of suppressing hunger all of sudden. What do you mean something like this. Yes along with me this morning before my workout. I was like like foxy hungary. Price should eat. Like what are you know. All these thoughts going through my head. And then i had element and then all of a sudden like good mike kevin flavor having something in my stomach just made me feel like i'm i literally didn't feel hungry anymore. That's super helpful That's super helpful caffeine in here. So let's say so. Do you think more mentor. It's actually but they're just there. It's a it's a two part component. There's caffeine and it's an appetite suppressant but of also been doing this for awhile. And i'm used to this so that's why it's not difficult. One interesting thing i was. I was that when i was having a conversation with the sky this morning. He said he did kito for about. Yeah well for three months. Maybe three months then he went back to end before he he had massive cravings all the time he was never able to really be in control of his diet and then he went back and started adding carbs in or more carbs. Maybe he's having to fifty three hundred he can now do that and he doesn't have crazy cravings anymore like he doesn't have cravings like he did before kito so there is something that happened during kito maybe he got when he got fat adopted Where when he came out of it he doesn't feel like he can look at ice cream and not be like. I need to eat all of it right. I just wonder why that is. I think for some people. I think this could happen on any Dietary intervention where you start to have success. I think Your eyes get really open wide to a lot of the foods that you like. And he actually recognize her. Pretty nutritious for you and for some people I noticed this a little bit more with guys than have with women but It's not just men but a lot of times guys like to eat fatty food. They like to eat like whole eggs and cheese and bacon and sausage and cheeseburgers steaks. And things like that and so they're like off that means like i don't eat bread and chips whereas sometimes with some females. They are a little bit more snacky. They like Crunchy stuff this is just my own experience with helping people. So i don't know i don't know what's true and what's not true with with different people but Just from what. I've seen. And i think what happens is over time. People start to kind of lean into that and they're like this is. I found foods that i like. There's really no reason for me to go completely overboard on those other foods. yeah something. i noticed about fasting. That's also interesting. I think we should just kind of lean into this topic for today. Even though we were scheduled to talk about lescoe mazdas. Keep rolling with this Is that doing little things like what you're doing now with that drink. You know having like we'll we'll just call it like a bulletproof. Coffee like bulletproof. Coffee is the idea That came from whoever and then kind of Was made popular by dave asprey It's just coffee with fat in it. And there's nothing special about coffee with fatty however Caffeine can help suppress the appetite. There is some evidence that even just drinking things that are hot can suppress the appetite. This is why bone broth and soups and fully on cubes. And stuff like that can work. Pretty good And then in addition to that you're putting fat in there which the idea behind having fat is that. You still didn't actually technically. I mean technically. You're you're consuming calories however akito genyk diet one of the great benefits of it. Is it mimics fasting. So because you're not eating any carbohydrates you're not doing you know You're not doing anything to like your insulin levels. This is all. I want to say that. Here's i'm not trying to give people science okay. This is just the information. That i way i understand it So it kinda doesn't count as a meal however does count as calories but can you blunt your hunger enough with something that has You know somewhere between one to three hundred calories in it. I would say like that is something to pay attention to. We don't wanna be bombarding ourselves with tons of calories from no reason. Can it blunt the calories enough so that when you discontinue your quote unquote fast. You don't overeat and i have found personally that the answer for me has been yes and this is how everything got started from me in the first place and it's why i wrote so much about it in the war on carbs. I'd start every morning off a lot of times with a bulletproof coffee. But then i started actually kind of switching it being more fat drink to it being fat and protein drink and that's when things started to change even further for me because there was just a reduction in.

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"akito genyk" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

05:55 min | 10 months ago

"akito genyk" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"You kind of reminded me of something when you said How fast has been really influential On your your journey. I forgot that i. I did a lot of bulletproof coffee too. So if people tend to get like tend get like All upset about certain things you might mention that have been helpful to you diet purposes and when it comes to something like bulletproof coffee people will be like. That's still has tons of calories fasting and it it right and it's not fasting but dave asprey is a fucking genius and something. We were talking with the lane norton today about cancer and kito and fasting something. That's really interesting about Akito genyk diet is a kita genyk diet kinda mimics fasting mimics a lot of similar things. that fasting can mimic and by only basically waking up. First thing in the morning and you have a cup of coffee with some butter and mcat t. oil in it. Which for some people causes some crazy blowouts obamacare. So be careful but that is a way that some people would start their day and then they didn't have to eat for many hours afterward so while there could. There is a decent amount of calories in that It's not too different than fasting because the amount of calories that are usually in there. If you are being moderate with the amount of stuff that you're putting in there will only be a couple hundred calories in that hopefully can get you to like two or three pm and that's something that was really really useful to me. The other thing that was massively important for me was just the shoulder. All the responsibility for myself. nothing makes me fat except for me you know and and i i need to figure out. How do i gain control of that. You gain control. I gain control of it through utilizing bulletproof coffee and then later on utilizing intermittent fasting and ultimately it came down to kind of maybe three major things i guess. Intermittent fasting good food choices and protein. Leveraging just you know. Eating large amounts of protein to stay satiated Finding foods that were high volume and low in energy I don't really like vegetables. But there was a period of time where i was like. You know what we should just. We should just go ham on vegetables. Because it's just gonna fill me up. So i used to. I would grab like a handful of just plain spinach. People would be like that's insanity like why would anybody do that. Just to kinda pre. Fill me up a little bit so i would learn to start to eat less. Then i got smarter about it. And i learned some other foods that tastes better than spinach. But there's a lot of foods out there that don't pat. They don't pack a huge punch in in terms of their calories Usually the things that have a good amount of water in them are like that like watermelon. Strawberries can look at look it up online. You'll find a bunch of youtube videos. Say top twenty foods. That are low in calories and you could start to implement start to utilize some of those foods to help. Fill you up because dieting again. It always is gonna come down to you. Being able to have some sort of control as lane. norton said. unfortunately there's really not a way around. We're talking about weight loss. There's not a way around being restricted to some extent. But maybe you can personally find something that doesn't feel as restrictive for you as other particular diets might feel absolutely and like we mentioned Find something yet. you planted. That doesn't feel as restrictive. And i think you know oddly enough when you start it as much as it. You don't want it to feel restricted. what are you started. it will. But there's then and aspect of kind of believing in what you're doing right so fasting When we when. I started fasting. You know i. I grew up with always eating something before i worked out always eating something before i played soccer eating something before i did a gym session and even within the times that i was eating like usually during the day all day and then eating before workouts today that i didn't eat two hours before working out i would always have a battery always always have a bad training session without fail because i believed that if i didn't eat two hours before working out who's a firm belief mon- i wasn't going to have a good training session so this kind of off into the diet because if you go into that believing that it's going to be hard and believing that fasting is tough and believing that you know you're not going to be able to perform during your workouts if you have that believe you're going to set yourself up to have continuous hardships when attempting it but if you believe that in time i can get used to this in time. I won't feel as bad. You can believe that about yourself that will lead you to continue taking better actions And you know that your mind will do things where you will be able to perform better. You will feel better theory. You'll take more actions positively in that direction. That's a very big thing in the podcast. We had with lane. There is a little bit of at where we talked about. Placebo mocking ruin it. Because i was really cool. But there's some really cool ideas that we talked about that yo. Your belief can truly affect your hormonal. Like you're you're legit your hunger hormones. Your belief can affect that So that's a big deal guys if you're doing something and you're constantly having bound your head like this probably isn't going to work or this is too hard from your this too tough if you're playing that in your head consistently and that's your belief you're going to set yourself up to fail. I think we all have things that we aren't good at.

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"akito genyk" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"akito genyk" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Now. Let's talk about toasts because the mediterranean diet will not get your body into ketosis. Not unless you're doing intermittent fasting and doing something like one meal a day. Then you can eat. The mediterranean diet eat the grains and the fruit and so get into ketosis. however if you're consuming more than one meal a day it will not get you in ketosis because it's going to be too high in carbs and the benefits of kito cicis. Are that your body burns. Fat for fuel. And it is a very clean fuel source. You produce more energy with key tones and a less metabolic waste. And so it's a clean burning fuel and it's it's also very advantageous Brain runoff ketones because helps reduce inflammation in the brain helps you function in things sharper and quicker and so many benefits. In general ketogenic diet helps ruby. Simple nation helps improve fat burning which helps optimize in body tissue again great for mental clarity and sharpness for overall energy levels. Helps increase the amount of might oka- andrea in your cells which is called mitochondrial biogenesis more metal contra. The more cellular energy produce reduces your risk of chronic disease can have great anti-aging effects improving skin quality improving joint health a lot of great benefits there and reduces cravings and so that's one of the great benefits of it is that once you get kito adapted. You very rarely crave sweets and sugar and things like that. It's easier to follow because of that. Now your typical pyramid again with a ketogenic diet. Highly recommend being physically active. Just like what. We saw in the pyramid with the mediterranean diet foundation. Has your fats so on a on a mediterranean diet of course reading a lot of all of olive oil. That's the same on akito genyk diet. He wanna use olives and olive oil. You can also use avocados avocado oil. You can use. Mcat oil eggs coconut oil things like that lots of non starchy vegetables if you're doing fruitvale. Localized cmec fruits like lemons. Limes maybe a little bit of berries things like that. A lot of good clean protein on a ketogenic diet. You don't discriminate the protein. It's not like fish or seafood focused. It tends we tend also add in a lot of people vive chicken and different different. Meats like that fatty meats. In general fiber you know getting nuts and seeds fermented foods and then using natural sweeteners as

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The Keto Mediterranean Diet

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

02:26 min | 1 year ago

The Keto Mediterranean Diet

"Now. Let's talk about toasts because the mediterranean diet will not get your body into ketosis. Not unless you're doing intermittent fasting and doing something like one meal a day. Then you can eat. The mediterranean diet eat the grains and the fruit and so get into ketosis. however if you're consuming more than one meal a day it will not get you in ketosis because it's going to be too high in carbs and the benefits of kito cicis. Are that your body burns. Fat for fuel. And it is a very clean fuel source. You produce more energy with key tones and a less metabolic waste. And so it's a clean burning fuel and it's it's also very advantageous Brain runoff ketones because helps reduce inflammation in the brain helps you function in things sharper and quicker and so many benefits. In general ketogenic diet helps ruby. Simple nation helps improve fat burning which helps optimize in body tissue again great for mental clarity and sharpness for overall energy levels. Helps increase the amount of might oka- andrea in your cells which is called mitochondrial biogenesis more metal contra. The more cellular energy produce reduces your risk of chronic disease can have great anti-aging effects improving skin quality improving joint health a lot of great benefits there and reduces cravings and so that's one of the great benefits of it is that once you get kito adapted. You very rarely crave sweets and sugar and things like that. It's easier to follow because of that. Now your typical pyramid again with a ketogenic diet. Highly recommend being physically active. Just like what. We saw in the pyramid with the mediterranean diet foundation. Has your fats so on a on a mediterranean diet of course reading a lot of all of olive oil. That's the same on akito genyk diet. He wanna use olives and olive oil. You can also use avocados avocado oil. You can use. Mcat oil eggs coconut oil things like that lots of non starchy vegetables if you're doing fruitvale. Localized cmec fruits like lemons. Limes maybe a little bit of berries things like that. A lot of good clean protein on a ketogenic diet. You don't discriminate the protein. It's not like fish or seafood focused. It tends we tend also add in a lot of people vive chicken and different different. Meats like that fatty meats. In general fiber you know getting nuts and seeds fermented foods and then using natural sweeteners as

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Guest Teacher Jon Mitchell  How to Maximize Productivity With Biohacking

The $100 MBA Show

06:49 min | 1 year ago

Guest Teacher Jon Mitchell How to Maximize Productivity With Biohacking

"I brought on john. Because i do feel that. A lot of us as entrepreneurs neglect will we put in our body. Our physical activity or nutrition. All that because of the business. I've been guilty of this several times in the last decade and were all bizarre brought on john to give some laser focus advice on how to bio hacker way to success and be more productive passage john now. But i'll be back to wrap up to episode fill in any gaps but for now taken away john. Everyone this john mitchell. I'm really excited to here. And what i want to do. Today is to teach guys how to go about optimizing your health energy mental performance. And how to do it the right way because there is a lot of noise and confusion online in the health space. And what i wanna do is help you sift through all of that for for those of you guys don't know i'm a functional medicine practitioner. I work virtually with driven professionals. Looking to improve things like energy focus and resolve any chronic health issues that are keeping them from being at their best. Both at work and at home and i've worked for over ten years. I started off on the conventional side of medicine working in the emergency room at urgent care and addiction medicine and then i transitioned over to functional medicine which is more a whole body systems base approach to optimizing your health and i've i've learned firsthand that conventional medicine is great at certain things. It's great i'd taken care of acute issues broken bones infections and surgeries but it's port helping people achieve robust health and maintaining it. Which is what. I'm passionate about and why i do the work i do because people are starting to realize the limitations of the current medical system right and if we're talking about your business or your job the question is why should you prioritize your health versus prioritizing your business well from a business perspective you need to be at the top of your game right. You need to wake up with energy. You need to have the mental clarity to get your work done. And you need to be level headed enough to deal with the constant stressors so as a business owner myself. I understand that Owning a business or even just working in a jock can be very stressful. And you need to have the the mental strength. You need to have the health to be able to handle those things properly and move ford if your health is non point you're not going to be operating anywhere near one hundred percent. You're going to be leaving things on the table. In fact what. I find with many of the professionals that i work with is that they don't even realize how bad they feel and how much they're leaving on the table until we get them feeling better. So what i wanna do is. I'm going to lay out three pillars to optimizing your health. And how to do it the right way. Okay so pillar number one. Let's jump right into it. Recognize you are a category of one so everybody has unique genetics upbringing lifestyle environment habits and nutrition that inform their current level of wellness. So what you need. In nutrition and supplements lifestyle is going to be very different than what somebody else needs. So this is why we can't blindly follow online influencers or healthcare ruse. Because they don't know anything about you right. They can't tell you. Oh you should be on akita genyk diverse vegan diet versus a carnivore diet because nobody knows your blood levels. They don't know your genetics. They don't know you history and all those things are going to influence what diet you should be on current time so i wanna give you guys a good example of this from two different clients. Mine who had similar complaints. So both were both were men in their forties or fifties and we'll say client number one complained of brain fog fatigue and he had type two diabetes and he was on a strict ketogenic. Diet was doing intermittent fasting or not. Johnny on a paleolithic diet into an intermittent fasting was exercising an our day and yet his blood sugars were still running in the two hundred zero higher when they should be under one hundred and the question was what was going on and when we did the right testing found that he was being exposed to some significant environmental. Toxins that were damaging his pancreas. The panthers is what produces insulin to help regulate blood sugar so regardless of what diet he tried regards if it was cute genyk carnivore vegan or anything in between he was not going to get better until we address this toxin issue right. And let's compare this to clyde number two who had similar complaints brain fog. He was overweight. Type two diabetes. He followed a ketogenic diet and fasting and he lost a lot of weight. Blood sugars regulated. And he did great on that so one person did not do well on a very restrictive diet. One person did because it depends on what they specifically need. Okay so always recognize you are category one in all recommendation should be based off of that so that brings us the pillar number to quantify what you need using the right labs right so i see too many people who just take things for things. So i'll see people take things like kuala or some mushroom blend for focus or they'll take zinc and dhea your tributaries for testosterone. But how do you know that you actually need these things. And how'd you know you aren't doing more harm in the long by taking these things. So let's take zinc for instance. Some people probably know that. It's hard to overdo zinc. You can take a lot of and you really won't get into trouble but what the problem is if you're taking zinc It will influence your absorption of copper. So the more zinke take the less you absorb copper so you can create mineral imbalances by taking the wrong supplements if you don't need them and if you're not tracking you can create issues over time. Okay so instead of guessing what diets and supplements are best for you. It's better to know what's best and you do this. By focusing on the right testing so we wanna do is focus on strategies over tactics as specific diet or certain supplement is a tactic akito genyk diet. Carnival diet intermittent fasting. They're all tactics. What we want to focus on strategies instead. Okay so our strategy is going to be influenced by your health history which should be somewhat should help you get a foreigner standing of your health history and put it together combined with some advanced testing so when it comes to determining what types of diets in supplements you should take what i like to use advanced nutritional profile and within that there should be a comprehensive assessment of your vitamins your minerals your amino acids fatty acids heavy metals. Your mitochondria metabolites transmitter. Metabolites and your detoxification

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"akito genyk" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

08:23 min | 1 year ago

"akito genyk" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Just so good like a protein power protein power life plan like really good stuff and back from the early nineties. They did a lot of great great books and good material He has long made this case that. Yeah keystones her good but just eat a lot of protein. The protein will get converted into glycogen and deliver and delivery will release it in a nice steady. Even pattern you know. And the bernstein diabetes solution book which is oriented mainly towards type one diabetics but it works type two diabetics to it's just phenomenal for for managing blood glucose levels and type one diabetics which is one of the most difficult metabolic states to manage. And he's very protein centric in that that low carb approach but on a too little protein too much fat and then just generally when people are shifting to a low carb diet inadequate electrolytes specifically sodium. And and that was something that i for twenty years. I didn't get that right. You know when it was my my good friends tyler. Carre and louise philipson your who are co founders with stealth in element that I i asked them to look at what i was doing because i couldn't quite properly fuel my brazilian jujitsu on a low carb diet and they looked at what i was doing. Man you need more electrolytes you need more sodium like oh. I salt my food. You know i'm good in it. Took about a year of me. Not listening to my coaches before i. I finally just did what they requested of me. Which is hit this. A minimum of five grams of sodium day and it was like a light switch was flipped like it was so stunning and i'm sure that i consumed a fair amount of sodium prior to that. But if you're eating kind of a whole food based diet there's not much sodium in there you know when you remove most processed foods are just not a lot of sodium around. So i if If you look at a medically supervised ketogenic diet the dietitian that put those together make absolutely certain that people get at least five grams of sodium and day and the potassium magnesium and whatnot. That they are. So i'm how protein too much and then inadequate electrolytes would i would say. Yeah and that's really. That's really critical. You talked about sodium in our society. We're told sodium bad causes pressure. 'cause you're retain water and really what the science says when you're on a high carb diet like most people are in society. You have high insulin. And insulin causes you to retain sodium so in that case. If you're gonna continue on a high carb diet you should be on a low sodium diet although that's not really healthy and so it'd be better to go low carbon you go low-carbon your insulin. Levels drop which reduces inflammation. And then you excrete the sodium. You actually need more sodium to produce energy and And when people don't get that sodium especially in the beginning when they first start transitioning into Genyk diet a lot of people experience. The kito flew with jump typically related to this issue with just not enough sodium. Not enough electrolytes. Yup yup and i. It's funny because i'm a reasonably good biochemist's can do the metabolic pathways and everything. But that it's interesting. How the key to diet as it's been kind of released out to the masses. Nobody was talking about sodium. Not not in the way that they they needed to the east did a really good job of highlighting. That in my friends tyler. Lewis like daily really. Beat that that drum rather rather powerfully in a when you look at ninety five percent of the problems that people site with low carb diets that fatigue the lethargy kind of brain fog Things that look like adrenal. Or maybe hp ta access to. I think it's mainly low sodium. Which is stressed her in does cause some problems with a elevated cortisol an and output and it's funny Although adrenal fatigue isn't really the term we should use. It should be i guess. Hp axis dysregulation. But when you look at adrenal recovery protocols it first thing in the morning you take like a teaspoon assault and so yeah. There's some there's some good science there but it's funny. How those really critical pieces could soom enough sodium on a low carb diet use blow past it. Could your protein carbs fat. Like that's all that's important but the sodium is huge guys. I just wanted to interrupt this podcast. Tell you about the importance of electrolytes. If you're having trouble with your energy or you just want to take your game to the next level electrolytes and good. Hydration are one of the most important things you can do. Most people are not getting the proper ratio of electrolytes. And they're not hydrating their body. Well enough if you are exercising a lot especially outside and in the heat and you're sweating or if you're on a low carb diet akito genyk diet or you're doing fasting whether it's intermittent or extended fasting. You're gonna lose electrolytes when you own a ketogenic diet or if you're intermittent fasting your insulin levels drop insulin drops you excrete electrolytes particularly sodium. You really need to increase your sodium. When you're on these sorts of nutrition plans and now we'll help relieve hunger and cravings. It's going to help reduce cramps dealing with that Some people deal with headaches. When they're fasting were thrown a low carb diet of exercising heat. That's going to help reduce headaches tiredness dizziness fatigue to really support your body's she can be at the top of your game now the problem with most electrolyte powders out. There is a full of sugar artificial ingredients different artificial colorings things that we just don't want the not healthy and they don't help support hydration. So i've actually partnered with a company called elements. They'd sent me some of their products and they're fantastic. Not only they have the right ratio of sodium potassium and magnesium in there but on top of that they're also flavored with stevia which is an all natural flavoring agent. That doesn't impact our blood sugar and makes this more palatable. Now they have some great flavors they have citrus salt. Raspberry saw an orange salt all of them. Great they also have an unflavored so if you want to avoid stevia favored as well could i really like this product and this company actually works with the us olympics that working with several nfl teams nba teams mba players. Lot of high level. Athletes are using element every single day to get the best results on top of that few. 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"akito genyk" Discussed on The Dr. Gundry Podcast

The Dr. Gundry Podcast

10:31 min | 1 year ago

"akito genyk" Discussed on The Dr. Gundry Podcast

"You have two copies well over fifty percent more likely, you will develop it than you will avoid it. Of course, we'd like to make all of those zero by doing the right things. So there is a fundamental difference in these molecules they look different, they act different. And of course, one of the things about Aibo e four is that it increases your your inflammatory response to virtually anything. So just as we've been hearing so much in Kobe, nineteen about the whole issue of cited kind storm and the whole issue of inflammation as being a real determined of course, Alzheimer's same story inflammation is huge, but one takes decades. Alzheimer's covid nineteen has compressed down to two weeks as you know. So what happened was it's only two hundred, twenty, thousand years ago. That bowie three feared an eighty thousand years ago aibo he to appear that's UNBELIEV Abeille three than thrived because a actor we had fire and. Things like that. The bottom line is we don't know but for whatever reason, we had a less pro inflammatory gene has tuck bench. The professor from USC pointed out that inflammation was probably helpful five to seven million years ago when Aibo four appeared because we were stepping on things stepping on, don we came down out of the trees onto the savannah you know we're eating meat that's full of microbes. So you need a pro inflammatory gene just for survival. We don't need that in the first world today by the ways you know in the Third World you still need that if you go down to the CI Monay Indians in Bolivia One. They in fact, do better with Abeille four because they're all in many many parasites things. Exactly. So what we found, which was really striking and we publish this a number of years ago in a lab everybody was wondering how does able before the thing that carries your lipid around it's it's like you're butcher, it carries facts. How does that give you Alzheimer's disease and what we found really surprising able e binds to receptors that had been known but the surprise was it actually enters the nucleus, not all of it but a significant fraction of the Aibo e enters your nucleus and ABC four interacts with seventeen hundred different promoters. So it actually changes the programming of your cells to among other things A. More pro inflammatory state. So it affects, for example, things like tumor necrosis factor. So you act you now again, that's great when you need that inflammation, but in the long run, what you WanNa do is keep that down so that you'll live longer life without Alzheimer's without cardiovascular disease. So that's why April four gives you that risk. So how do people find out if they area? Very simple you can go on, you can either go to twenty three and me in check very easily. You can go on my colleague Nas copy where we do a whole looking at all the different critical pieces that give you risk for Alzheimer's disease, and then one of the many things in fact is able before so you get bad and you also get your your homocysteine, Hsen. Vitamin D. all the things that we know are putting you at risk and are contributing to that beautiful balance that you're amyloid precursor protein makes. So I I. You know I check EPO EP status on all my patients when they walk through the door and and some of my patients say I don't WanNa. Know if I haven't what what say you about this. Yeah This comes up all the time. I. Think it's very important for people to know their status. Glad you're checking and the you know the the reality is everything has been upside down in the Alzheimer's field because it's based on, we can't do anything. Don't know don't tell put your head in the sand and will happen to you one day. You won't be able to do anything about it and it's just the opposite of that now the truth. So in fact, people tell you the armaments Barium is nothing there's nothing you can offer the does. Anything in fact, the armaments Barium is huge and it has to do with your inflammatory status and your detox abilities and your vascular status in your nocturnal oxygenation and on and on and on. So everybody should know their status again, we're told Oh don't check your status because there's nothing you can do about it Yeah. Check the three thousand, five, hundred people on April four dot info who are all doing a tremendous amount about it yeah and I think that's the point this book and you've done a great job of really saying Okay I. I'm glad you have apple we for. Because here's the steps that we now know that you can mitigate this. So what? Okay. So let's suppose and again. Thirty percent of Americans carry at least one copy, and so this is not a freak little thing right. So what Gimme kind of stepping through what people do particularly carrying this gene? Do Today with your program where where are the steps? Yes. Great. Question of course Julie G. IS HERSELF A F- four four. Almost like it and she has taken her own cognition from thirty fifth percentile to the ninety eight percentile where she remains after eight years of doing just absolutely beautifully. So. She's living proof as well as many other people that there is a tremendous amount you can do about this and so start by saying, okay this is not a disadvantage. It's an advantage in certain areas. As you know, you're better at fat absorb you're better at dealing with various infections just this is probably why we did so well with it five million years ago as early hominids but if you are going to eat things that are pro inflammatory. If you're going to have a high carbohydrate diet if you're going to have a leaky gut in that case, it's going to potentially hurt you and so therefore, all you have to do is adjust things to take into account. The fact that you have a slightly different programming of your cells We see people all the time just doing exceedingly well with this gene, and again, you know if they took someone with and without took the food away. The person without the four is GonNa die I before the one who who is with the gene. If you expose them to certain pathogens, the one with gene is going to do better. So you have advantages and disadvantages, but overall there's you know it's not that they one is better in any way than the other. So what you can do is the program that we developed I know very similar to what you are using you want to. Make sure that you have a fasting period and typically fourteen to sixteen hours. Maybe you consider time restricted eating if you are able before positive, very helpful, make sure to heal your gut. You want to minimize your exposure to any sort of inflammatory and if your home is filled with molds, get an army score or hurts me to score see where things stand you want to change your eating habits to having a we call it Kito Flex twelve three. And I think again similar to what you suggest. It is a low carbohydrate mildly he totic Akito Genyk, plant rich diet. Of course we're well aware and I congratulate you for the tremendous work on plant paradox and. Ask you know and and also on your subsequent work on longevity You know you really the first one to come out and say you know plans or not. All good. Let any of this is, let's be fair. Again does this is life right? But you've done a great job with showing. So let his it about plants that's not always perfect and so you know life is complicated and when you've got to look at these neural networks and you've got a look at the physiology and as you indicated in your book, some people don't do well with specific plants like night shades, other people not so bad and of course, that's similar to the gluten story. Similar to the dairy story and it's similar to other things that people are sensitized to. So we're all a little different in I'm notice again and again I suspect us well, certainly people do the best are the ones that are able to kind of the flow and say this is working better for me. This is working with for me I'M GONNA keep evolving my own personal program. This is personalized precision medicine based on what's driving it. So there are a lot of things you can do to answer your question about able before starting with. An appropriate fasting period an appropriate food on exercise critical beautiful study a few years ago. Showing that the magnitude of the effect of regular exercise on your wrist dementia was approximately equal to the magnitude of effect of. One. Fourteen. So in fact, again, tremendous amount you can do and then one of the things. Stephen, that we're finding the I was actually surprised by is that the very commonly people who are slipping into dementia have or at high risk for dementia have poor oxygenation at night when they're sleeping, they don't realize it. They're dockers don't check they say, Oh, I don't think I have sleep apnea snore a lot. Please everybody check it's turning out that you have got to support those five, hundred, trillion plus synapses and critical to have the oxygenation. Of course, we're hearing about this with Kobe nineteen everyone's checking their oxygenation. Great idea clear get knock senator or ask Dr Under your doctor To loan you one or get a sleep study and you're dropping into the low nineties or high age we've had people as low as seventy one percent while they're sleeping just unbelievable and there was a beautiful study the came out about two years ago showing that if you just look at the average oxygen concentration while sleeping that directly correlates.

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"akito genyk" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

11:21 min | 2 years ago

"akito genyk" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Really good and incorporating bidders soul like lemmings into any so easy to have one women just as into into your water. It's so easy artichokes. I think are a great form of Obama my favorites tail the last night young yet. Have it on my salad like all the time? Those are two ways that mom food main ways actually I help women. On incorporate in he'll their digestive so they are able to eat these foods and not experience. Imploding were her the on the running to the bathroom after eating some fats because there is no Jesse in the fats. And it's just I was working with a woman who worked in corporate America. And would you know lose working one on one with clients and had to go visit van and She was drinking. You like fatty coffee and warning notices. She was running to the bathroom so embarrassing for her because she was barely making it. You know And so once. We got her on digestive enzymes incorporating more lemons bidders into her diet. She was fine My mom is actually another one. So since the age of twenty New Among later seventies like sincerely twenty. She's been only synthetic hormones. And I you know I know nothing so I can't get her off of any But she also ended up having her gallbladder removed like nine years ago. And I keep trying to say hey. It's not normal that you're running to the bathroom after you eat like every meal you know like they My parents are tough. Nuts to crack But you know I had them Following Diet for a while. My Dad has been somebody who's experienced chronic pain for more than twenty years after like an injury to his hamstring. And I put them I on this Diet and my dad was finally feeling better. Finally like like not experiencing pain now. He was losing a little bit of weight. And we got really really just needs to maintain weight on. My mom was doing really well to her. Digestion was starting to improve. The my dad got injured again. Because he's older. He thought he could just ride a paddleboard and you know And so it went to my back. My mom was responsible for the cooking. And she doesn't look like I grew up on a lot of processed foods and assistant. What's in their diet? And they're kind of back into that. That old place again. My Dad is back to having pain. And he's been doing things for pain management and I'm trying to say like well what's what eating now like what's in your diet. He's like well an will on carbohydrates says like having breakfast because that's been his kind of big meal he's like. Oh just like a banana. Nut must've and I don't even know what to say like that right right exactly. He's like no. I don't eat sugar anymore. My Dad what's in the MUFFIN. Is The ads kind of people. A lot of people think when it means you know they don't eat sugar. Immune MEANS NOT ADDING SUGAR. Right like yes. That's exactly right. And when they say that like they don't need cars they're going. They're going car-free they literally just think. It's like bread and Pasta Great. Yeah I feel like what we have to do. Is it's an awareness campaign. It's really really. Yeah it's re- education program absolutely and that's what you're doing with your program so talk a little bit more about your program for people out there that are looking to just go through and Follow Kita Jack. Lifestyle the sock about that program and then also I want to segment into the coaching certification. As well what? The candidate letting one program is a seven week program but that first week is appropriate. And it's getting your your home right like you know your pantry in your fridge and taking out those like trigger foods and making sure that we are still able especially for my mom's that we're able to make this work for your family right like navy. Not everyone wants to get on board right away. That and there are still ways to add certain like starches to your family meals like my kids. Love my husband especially really still allows like beans and he loves rice and so we incorporate that sometimes in meals they feel that they need a little bit extra on so that I was weak in. It's non-negotiable I really have to. Have everybody prepping their fridge. Pantry remind set. He's a really all in the other on the week journey where I help people in online facebook community where it's private. I'm in there everyday. Receiving a daily email from me on which is like education like. Hey this is what you know is. This is what you can expect. This is what's happening to your body if you're experiencing any of these symptoms it's totally normal But I'm here for us to just you know let you know. And you have them tracking their macaroni and they're hosting. Those does macos into our private facebook community so that I can go in there and look and see what they're eating and ask them again. Those biomarker questions this. How did you feel what's going on in your life? Health mental clarity. How's that energy going and also I can look and fine foods that like the bread. You where they're like. They removed the charge. But they're still all the gluten things that are there so typically I find that like that's a big deal breaker people where they can't enter key toast us because they're in these kind of frankenfoods on so that's what it looks like. We're going through the six week process and were they have no meal plans and recipes that go along each we try and really make simple as possible for people and not introduce a lot of weird foods or they have to spend a lot of time cooking and put it in front of their family on that before too and I incorporate fitness because it really is. We don't just want to be skinny. We Wanna be strong and healthy and daily movement is a huge part of that So that's sweat. The one on one program looks like from for for clients when they went to work with me and then they would transition into a one zero two. Because I saw you have a one. Oh yes so. That is where we play with. Different plateau busting strategies so we teach clients. We just experiment for a few days a week with one strategy. So we talk about How to stat fast a protein sparing modified fast fast? A CARVE-UP A protein up an extended fast so at least twenty hours. And then we experiment with a carnivore approach and we did see a thing. They're in a private facebook community on. We're tracking their macaroni looking at our foods and these are just little tools to add to their toolbox if they actually do hit a blackout really each time. What a plateau is an again because everyone is biologically individual. Some people love certain strategies that others loathe. So it's cool to see that. And then they. The ideal journey from there is up to go into a twelve week Diet Variation Program. Which is that CARB CYCLING? There intermittent fasting. They're eating their Mackerels maybe one day a week. They're holding a twenty four hour fast or maybe they're not for me right now. I that's that I can't do and keep my milk so by up so I don't hold a twenty four hour fast but we do then have a day where again. We're just eating more good vegetables like sweet potatoes or on squash things like that and more fruit and those fruit. There are so many foods that are great for a woman's Body. Ningbo things like that not really eat because they don't really fit in our Sandra Ketogenic McEnroe's but on those these days they're awesome and I love to introduce that strategy for women's balance their hormones and just stay feeling really good. Sounds like a great program right there. Kate build and let's talk about the Kito coaching certification as well. Y So this is so amazing. This has been my baby so We just teach Enthusiasts how to keep their clients safe healthy happy and and get them on introduced into a sustainable kinik lifestyle that works best for them and We do this through an online certification. It's all go at your own pace in this program we're talking about what key is not How to calculate macroscopic clients depending on their goals. how to carve cycle if that's something that they want to do looking at different goals whether they are trying to release. Wade's or manage like a chronic or life threatening condition cancer or something like that and again. It's just the twin toolbox because we are not medical professionals and I always encouraged our coaches to work with clients in tandem with their primary care physician. Because we're all we should all just be an advocate for our client. Now we teach them how to run heater. Genyk LIVING PROGRAMS HOW TO ADJUST. We teach them how to set up their businesses and again we do talk about fitness. Because I do think that movement whether you are doing hit workouts or you are working like string based training at the gym or you are just walking. Movement has to happen. Movement is truly life so as soon important without movement really. There's no life you think about a river versus Pond Ryan stagnant. Its breeding decay and death and You know a river is moving. Its full of life so ohno agreement with you on that while. I'm excited about your programs. I think you're Kito WanNa want one or two are fantastic programs for anybody out there. That's looking to lose weight improve their energy Mental clarity is really looking to jumpstart their life. I think that's amazing. And then for those of you guys that are out there that have seen a positive experience with Aquino genetic lifestyle. You want to help other people. Do it possibly even build a business out of it than Has Got a coaching certification? Right there so I get so many people asking me. How do I get? What degree do I get? What CERTIFICATION DO I get. And there's a lot of them out there but really not any that specialize in. Akito Genyk I. There's lots of things that you could. You could try to get an I. I wouldn't actually recommend like Like a Dietitian degree they teach you anything positive about a KETOGENIC DIET. Unfortunately especially yeah..

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High-fat diets change your brain, not just your body

Mark Bell's Power Project

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

High-fat diets change your brain, not just your body

"It's it's hard to produce key tones. It's hard to it's actually one of the hardest diets because it takes almost two weeks leaks for your body to actually start to produce kitone key tones is a it's a fraction aided fat. When you start to consume large amounts of fat in the absence of carbohydrates your body will start to produce ketones? Some people believe that key tones are a preferred source of energy especially for like your brain so a lot of people say oh man I'm on like this Kito high or I've Gone Akito Genyk Diet and I have a ton of clarity because of the key tones but for me right now like I haven't been on a actual ketogenic diet and a long time I do eat very low carb but I still have room for fruit. I still have room for dairy and so therefore I supplement with perfect Kito Joe I utilized their key tones and they have a chocolate flavored one a salted caramel one but my favorite one is the coffee flavored one actually throw that in my morning

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"akito genyk" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

08:51 min | 3 years ago

"akito genyk" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"And of course, nature's played who's in studio with us today plant based meals to go. I was going to them before they were became a sponsor, and that's how they became a sponsor because I wanted more people to know about their fabulous meals to go there little, mini which called a restaurant. It's still a restaurant, you can eat there. And we. Yeah. Yeah. That's there are a couple of inches in the one that I go to in, like highlands and highlands, we make smoothies to I probably wouldn't go as far as the restaurant. But, but yes. Yeah. Close enough. Right. We have fresh food, but check them out, you guys. Because there really is good. It's nature's play dot com. You have three locations do. Yeah. Like highlands and Preston forest and then in plano, on Preston road almost in Frisco, right? Yes. Just south of one Twenty-one. Yeah. You won't be disappointed. I guarantee it mode where you're gonna say something. What? What you guys were talking earlier about you don't have to be vegan plant based all the time you can ease into it. You can do it one day a week. And a lotta everyone knows about meatless Mondays, you know, popular thing to do. But you were talking also about he told us and people that are that eat Akito genyk diet, which is heavily based in fats animal fats in meets very dairy, which is fine to degree. But so as plant based, and if you look at it from an ancestral point of view, we didn't always have meat readily available. There wasn't always a fresh kill to be had. So you had to subsist off being gatherer versus a hunter their seasons. You know in, in, in Iraq medicine, you eat with the seasons. So there's a time in the winter where we're greens in plants. Don't grow as readily available where you are, and more of Akito genyk, higher fat diet, but in the spring, and summer when you have berries, and fruits and tubers, that's when the then you could eat more of a plant based diet when it's. Readily readily available actually follow the rhythms of the earth flow. Yeah. Yeah. You know you guys this morning. He did a video that he and I asked him, I said, is that this because he had that shirt on sympathy box, he did an Instagram video, which we put on our feed, and it was about experiences. I feel that way about food that people need to open their minds and their palates to experience all different types of food as well. And it's a fear based thing it is fair bait thing. So why are we so fearful about certain types of food? I don't think it's, it's the unknown. Right. Is that that's what that's what being fearful is about is stepping into the unknown? But making sure that you kind of check all the boxes so that you don't let that fear containing the same thing with food. I don't know how I'm gonna feel when I eat this. I'm not sure what this is going to do to my body. Right. But if you do your research, and say, hey, I'm gonna eat this plant based vegan meal and I'm looking at the ingredients. I see there's not a process, a lot of processed food or ingredients in it. So I'm taking. That fear. And I'm doing my due diligence in researching this and eliminating those factors that could harm me. Well, and a lot of times, people don't want to spend money when I probably not gonna like that, you know, and so the first time I ever had your food it was the chick pea buffalo. What's it called chick buffalo salad? And you served it with little. It was so great. You guys it was so good. They served it in these little cups with stocks little tiny stocks of salary, and it was like, you know, in of course, my history. You know buffalo wings. Yes. I crave that, that labor. I do. I love a good buffalo sauce. And so for me it was so satiated. And then to have the celery with it. We make endorsement and is a big and it's a it's a fantastic little party appetizer to put out in a bowler and cups. You know, I think it was Easter. I did the Easter spread completely from your food, all plant based and people loved it. They absolutely loved it now. That's awesome. And those are like I mean, that buffalo chickpea it also has a really clean ingredient listed has even vegetables in it in at, like celery and, and. But and it's primarily chickpeas along with the spices, and even the sauces cleans it and you guys, we'll talk about the ingredients about the no oil and all that. But I wanna give shout out for the unto Saleh too, because my, my youngest daughter doesn't like this. She thinks it's grow she'll never eat it. But she loves the unto nna salad that you make on those little sesame crackers because it has bits of apples in it. And I don't know how you get it to taste like tuna. But it tastes like it has alad. It has kelp in it. So it does have some fishy taste to it so that she likes it because it does have a fishy taste to it, but, but not too fishy. No control it, we don't want, like obviously, it's measured anyway, but yeah, we don't want it to be overwhelmingly fishy. Well, let's talk about the oils that you don't use in why that so important in Dr rihts who's been on the show before, you know, has talked at length about this. Yeah. Absolutely. And he is obviously being a vascular surgeon has a lot more of an. Expert on it than we are. But there are a lot of studies and things that we other people that we've all and classes, we've taken books that we read in that kind of thing, but we do use small amounts of olive oil and some of our food. But for the most part, we are doing away with it, and we're developing more and more menu items that don't have it. And we Mark the items that have no added oil, which is true of everything that we brought here today. So the main thing about oil is that it's not a whole food. It is the fat extracted from another food, and that food may very well be healthy in its whole form and provide good, healthy fat. But when you extract the oil from it, you, no longer have the fiber, and the other nutrients that came along with that oil. So that's one of the reasons and then there are also studies, especially for people who already have heart disease, or even already have high LDL when they cut the added oil out of their diet, along with going plant based in eating a high fiber diet. Low. Sure. Yes. Absolutely. They their LDL drops very quickly. And they've even reversed heart disease than way. So if you don't I mean it that may not mean that everybody needs to avoid it entirely. But if we don't need it then. Why eat it? Yeah. And it's I do like my homemade meditating enrolls dipped in olive oil from. Well, I think that goes back to what we were talking about earlier. It's like we all have to make our choices about, and we're going to be when we're I and I think it is about basing most of what you eat around what, you know, is healthiest and then making your decisions about what else you're gonna eat aside from that, whether that's cookies, or yeah, we were talking about Cheetos earlier, for some reason. Yeah. It's, you know, like my, my history, my family was in the bread business. And so it's like in my blood. I have cousins still that make bagels in New Jersey and sell into the Jews in New York. That's awesome. But yeah, so I mean, I think Brad is part your daily bread. But it has to be good quality bread to, you know, we need to consider everything that we put in our body on a daily basis. Okay. So for the summer, the summer is here anymore tips that you guys have for our listeners about easy, nutritious summer eating. Well, I think we were talking about fruits and vegetables. I mean, the main thing there, I think is not as to have those acceptable, like, cut them up ahead of time whether it just a mini meal prep even just for fruits, vegetables, clean them, chop them up and have them in the fridge. So you or your kids can grab them easily if you've got some good healthy dips to go with them, like a healthy ranch dressing, ours or make it yourself, but have it there and that makes those vegetables more appealing and put the other food away. Like, because if there is a baggage ships sitting in the pantry. When you go to the kitchen, even if you have a heard veggies in the refrigerator. It's very hard to resist that baggage. Ships in the pantry hit is it really is. You know it is. And I, I mean, we all we all succumb to it from time to time but it's been so great having you guys in studio. I was the question. I wanted to ask you, but I forgot, I can't remember what it is. Thank you scraping. Very forgetful, last couple of days, but it happens. Right. So that's why you're another reason that your nutritionist show important. You gotta get those vitamins, and we've got a great show continuing on here with mobile set a why their fear is necessary. Stay tuned, everyone. You're listening to one life radio. Edging hot. One.

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"akito genyk" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"akito genyk" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Dr Anthony gusts and said that type two diabetes is usually characterized by insulin resistance, which means the body, no longer effectively utilizes carbohydrates. He said, Kito Janik diet is a great way to provide an alternative energy source to replace carbohydrates and lower common markers of diabetes. If you have Alzheimer's disease in your family, scientists are still trying to figure out the causes of timers, but multiple specialists we spoke to said there is research to show that Akito genyk diet may help with Alzheimer's. Dr Jade Cup will Wilson said that recent research indicates the that Alzheimer's is associated with a decrease in blood glucose uptake in the brain, and that this has important implications for Alzheimer's disease because landmark studies have confirmed that unlike Lukasz key tone, uptake, and utilization in the brain are not impaired in individuals with Al timers because of this. He said it is plausible that Akito genyk diet. They stave off and slow the progression of Alzheimer's. But this is still very far from shore thing. So now we're going to go into reasons you may not want to try the Kito diet. You have issues with blood pressure, dietitian spokesperson for the. Academy of nutrition and dietetic ginger Halton said, when he drastically alter your diet blood pressure can be affected, and there's a risk of going to high or too low. So if you're on medication to regulate your blood pressure, you might want to think twice before trying to Kito or any extreme diet..

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"akito genyk" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:48 min | 3 years ago

"akito genyk" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"The process build enzymes and breaks down that he's released his wealth other nutrients, plus bonus you get fiber. And you also get nitrogen, which is incredibly important for helping back period grow in five in the gut. So if you've got multiple benefits for mental vegetables in particular, I like permitted vegetables better than fermented from anted dairy products. Most people. How much vinegar? He says. Yes, so much. Do you put in like water to drink? Guided guzzle mind, that's pretty bitter. It gives you a little king say that it's party. It's party. Exactly. It's got appetite suppressant effect has got weight loss of fact, it's a great source of minerals, and on top of everything else that helps digestion foods, I if the digestive, you know, it's almost like a miracle substance. And if you go on the internet, you'll see eighty great ways apple cider vinegar support your health, especially if you're diabetic, by the way, it's got an ability to help the body generate energy with call short chain fat gotta short chain that Tedo genyk. It's very Akito genyk. And so it helps the body and energy. And by the way, the Keita genyk died absolutely fabulous for weight loss. We have a great product called Kito FX, which supports a key to Genesis. I know you've probably talked about the diet in the past. Make no mistake about it. The Keita genyk died is the ultimate way to eat in my opinion. All right. Back to the calls. We go Joe in Long Island New York to get started. Hey, Joe, happy sprang. Hey. Yeah. A couple of questions was someone handed off today that got me actually. Juice blood from that health food store. That's the first time. I've ever come across that I had some of it. So far. I just want you take on that. 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"akito genyk" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"akito genyk" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"I mean, these are things that I try to do it most restaurants because quite frankly nowadays when I don't do that I pay the price man like my stomach hurts. And I'm like fuck, man. Like what I shouldn't eat in that. And it does taste good. And I do sometimes just want to be like screwed. I'll just get it. Whatever. Way they serve it. But especially when it comes to like breakfast food. There's no way I'm going to be. Yeah. I'll be on the toilet. Yeah. I'm just excited. The fact that you know, him and Crafter teaming up 'cause I'm just hoping it it makes the primal kitchen stuff. Available more to the masses. Yes. Well, what it's gonna do is gonna low those prices, and especially that because I know what he said about and it makes a ton of sense about you know, when you compare food Bill from someone who's on Akito genyk diet versus you know, whatever and that does make sense. And it's it's very true. Like, you can save a lot of money by not buying a bunch of crap by not buying a bunch of crap. And then also in addition to that just eating less because it'd be like your healthy lifestyle. You shouldn't be eating so much damn food. And so therefore, you know, you should be saving. It's still hard though. When you look at your like, okay, grass-fed beef. It's like, yeah. X amount of dollars per pound. You like, whoa. And you get the steak, and it's like twenty eight bucks. And you're like that's just for me. Yeah. And you're like that's expensive. But it, but then it's kinda hard to say. Okay. Well, I'm buying rice and potatoes. And there's they're just super inexpensive vegetables are usually fairly inexpensive. Oh. And by the way, he's a proponent of vegetables. He talks a lot about eating what he calls a big ass salad every day. So you could still kind of fill yourself with vegetables and proteins and stuff. But you know, he does have a good point that you're gonna overall eating a little bit less food. Yeah. And then you know, like what I was getting out something like this is. Yeah, you might be able to see the primal kitchen Menes next to the run of the mill brand in their prices will be a lot more similar as opposed to right now on their kind of you know, he break, but maybe you can tell them about the. S T classic. Sure. Oh, yes. You can hop right up there. So so we're still recording right now. But we're not live. It's not that big would do. So there's not too much stress. But anyway, the S T classic is going to be going down February ninth and tenth here in Sacramento at the Sacramento. It's called collects both fairgrounds. My bed at the total health and fitness expo. Mark's going to be hopping up on the platform. Even though I got sick. I'm still going to do my best to get up there. And. I don't know. Pull some decent numbers press something fancy. Yeah. We'll see. What happens? I know. Our our the Jack cameraman Ryan Soper is going to be competing as well. We're gonna have a bunch of awesome guests. We're gonna have Jay Cutler. He's going to be speaking on Sunday. I believe still rumors about the Bailey's coming through our boy, Luke hawks is going to be here. Course the meat heads. Sean Baker and Chris bore bell. Charity. She still coming. Jerry with that's not the one that just won the titan show or whatever. Right. It is. Okay. So that's another thing you have to look forward to last year was a blast. We had. I mean, the whole the whole Expos kind of Senator centered around, you know, the whole lifting meat, so it'll probably be the main attraction again this year. And like, I was just telling the people you're gonna be hopping up on the platform as well. I don't mind Gad. No. Four oh five for six reps today that felt pretty good. And then Mosey on over to some flow present so strength. This feeling pretty good. Actually, I was four fifteen because I threw a five or just because. I got weird like rules..

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"akito genyk" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"akito genyk" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Weight insidiously a few pounds account or to a year for the next four years. So one fifty became kind of the max, and I hung out in that area. One hundred one hundred fifty grams of carbs day for a long time, and you know, maintained my ideal body composition maintain my mass maintain my strength had my energy. And so I wasn't compelled to make any changes at all. But about four now five years ago. I started reading more. And more about Akito jank diet. Dom dag? St. no was putting out some great papers. Peter Attiyah was experimenting with it. Sammy Incan and in you know, was was was racing really well as a big boy and winning class on minimal training and Cato genyk diet. So I started to do the research and thought well, you know, I'm I'm a guy who's been chasing performance my whole life. Why don't I try Akito genyk program for sixty days and see what happens? So I did a couple years ago now, and it was pretty eye opening. I mean, I think I had as much energy or more than I had before I slept better at night. I suspect that key tones are probably a better brain fuel. More more good stuff happens in the brain. While you're sleeping than it. Does when you depend on coast. I maintain my body composition. I might even suggest I maybe put on a little bit of extra muscle. I noticed that hunger. I mean, almost to a fault hunger dissipated so much. I had to remind myself to eat and yet I didn't lose weight. And I'm a I'm a hard gainer have been my whole life. So I'm a guy who, you know, one at one hundred sixty eight pounds if I stopped lifting for two weeks and did a little bit more cycling or something. I quickly drop down to one six one sixty two. So I I work hard to keep whatever mass I have on and that was easy on the Kito on Akito junk diet. So I realized that you know, if a lot of these things are true for me, a person who had always assumed that I was doing everything right and the best they could possibly do. And then realize that there's room for improvement even for a guy like me, then how how efficient effective this might be. For people who are stalled or plateaued in there. Eating strategy on their weight loss added you're in their in their in their goal to get off the meds. And that's really what compelled me to write. The key reset diet was my learnings from my own experience as well. As sort of a a bit of, you know, I rolling dismay at some of the way some of the programs out there some of the key to intro programs where I think they were doomed to fail. So I wanted to write a sort of a kinder gentler approach to Kita one that you could you could ease into with with grace and not suffer. The, you know, the headaches the Kito flu or the depression, or whatever the things that people sometimes arrive at bought by going from three hundred fifty grams of carbs day to twenty right? And then just gonna try and muscle their way through it. It's also the reason that for the longest period of time. That's why. So much Atkins was of spot on in these theories, but the execution was was faulty. And that's why a lot of a lot of people bailed on Atkins for that reason. They couldn't they couldn't handle transition other people bail because the, you know, the choices of foods were still pretty, you know, even if it had fat, it was it was okay. And so a lot of the foods had these industrial seed oils Headcorn oil oil soybean oil, and and those were I think those are even more insidious in the human health than than than sugar is though. Yeah. With the Kito reset. You know, when you wrote that book, I was like I was really amazed by it because I've been tinkering with the Kito genyk diet for really long time and me and a friend of mine Jesse Burke, who's another who's a fellow powerlifter. He and I got a lot of conversations as I was losing weight, and I was trying to maintain strength. We started kind of add carbs back in we were just kinda fit trying to figure things out. So we were kinda mix in cheat days, and we were trying to figure stuff out, and we're like, okay. Well, cheat day like for us..

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"akito genyk" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"akito genyk" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Day per half hour from airtime. And by the way, I negotiated that way down from like fifteen thousand dollars. But you know, when you're on the when you're on the internet. You're you're in a billion homes. A problem is there's there's a five hundred million channels. And so, you know, how are people going to find you? And I I thought I'd be able to make that happen. Fairly seamlessly. It absolutely not seamless. It took me a few years to get to a level of readership. That would be able to sustain a business, and you know, again, I I suffered in struggled through a couple years air where times were lean and money was tight. And I didn't know whether my business was going to survive. But when I brought out the primal blueprint in two thousand late two thousand nine and it really it really took off it would have been a New York Times bestseller. But for the fact that I self published it and the New York Times does not care about self publishers. So it was a you know that was. Again, another kind of pity that I had there are a lot of people were interested in this ancestoral way of living in this in central health model and PALEA was just taking off and at the time. It was just literally art Devaney, rob wolf myself, even guys like Richard Nikolai. They're a handful of us who are who had a blog that dealt with this. I mean now, there's you know, tens of thousands of blogs and sites and things that deal with us. But so I was able to capitalize on the on the timing of that in a way that gave us a a nice leg up on on the rest of the of the rest of the field of of interest and the other people who are trying to become bloggers influencers in space. I got involved in this whole Kito thing in like the mid mid nineties. My brother Chris got on Akito genyk style diet for a powerlifting meet and then I kind of followed suit getting ready for powerful meet to make weight. Was able to still keep my strengthen Ben kind of on and off of them pretty much the rest of my life part of my power in career. I had to kind of carb up to be big and heavy to move around those those big weights. But what led you to kind of discover this Kita genyk diet, you mentioned triathlons and marathons and these different things we kind of always think that we're going to spend a lot of energy and exercise as much as you do. I know you do ultimate frisbee as well. And you stay in really, really good shape. So how are you able to stay, you know, in really good shape at have the energy to to run a business to have a family, and do all these other things a lot of people would think we would need carbohydrates sugar, some sort. Yeah. Well, first of all it's called life. And you know, most people experience some manifestation of that if they have an active life, if they have a business in family, and they and they, you know, do any kind of sports activities rain like that. It's it's not it's not anything superhuman. It's just in fact, most of what I do is contemplated. Be fun right now. I was a endurance athlete from most of my career. I I started out marathoner. And then when I got injured from too much running and highly slammed Tory diet, I switched over to trash on because I still run enough to compete in triathlon. I couldn't train one hundred miles a week at the elite level as I had been doing. So I started riding a bike, and I guess suppose, you could call it swimming. I was enough to thrash around and survive in the water, but it traffic for while and again, all under the paradigm that more carbs were better. And that you somehow needed the carbs..

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"akito genyk" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"akito genyk" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"I add extra fats, my steaks, I've talked about this one of my YouTube videos, but I think you know, even by chemistry doesn't really run on pros. He we need protein. We can use proteins gluconeogenesis make acid he'll Koei a protein, but we really run best on either fat or carbohydrates. And I would argue we run best on fat. And so we need I I would think at a basic overly simplified level. I would think protein is building blocks and fat as fuel. And so if we're getting for not getting fat, the might think we can run into issues whether it's lethargy not enough energy. Just adding back fat the big improvement. I just say tallow melted. My sakes. I do probably two hundred plus grams of towel. Oh, a day addition to my three hundred state yet, that's an enormous. That's that's a pretty large amount of food about how much do you weigh? I'm bout one seventy some five ten seventy. And so even for someone like me, you know, as three and a half pounds of too damn pretty active. I do jitsu martial arts my circle out, but small ninety quite that much. But I think a lot of them will end up eating too little cardboard height sometimes or they don't eat to society or they're hyper focused on weight loss, as you mentioned earlier, a carnivorous diet can be so much helpful and just lay moss. Will you know? I think that's that's an interesting thing. I think that with the amount of food you're eating at the body weight that you're at I would imagine that it probably blows away the amount of food that you probably used to consume because you're maybe weren't digesting the foods quickly and turn them over as fast. I mean steak probably does take a little while to to digest and things like that. But something that I have noticed more recently. I've been utilizing a lot of intermittent fasting and been utilizing a lot of the carnivore diet. And I it's something I I should have figured out a long time ago. But. Hunger is a huge friend of ours. You know, being being hungry is in my opinion. It's it's very very important like people that listen to this show that are trying to lose weight. You're not you're not gonna get away with not being hungry now for the first few weeks. You try something it's not a good idea to mess with fasting at all just get used to the foods if you're trying to carnivore diet, just eat and eat when you're hungry, and he will eat till you're full. But if you're somebody that has been that wants to start to lose some weight and wants to really have that be the major focus, you might wanna try some intermittent fasting in what you'll learn is by developing this appetite and by also kind of adhering to either like Akito, genyk style, diet or carnivorous diet, the the food that you're attracted to is the food that you're supposed to eat because you're just like, you know, what I am absolutely dying for some food. But the amazing thing is that your dying for some. Stake? You're not dying for pizza. Whereas if you're on a macro diet, where you're trying to weigh this out and way that out and you're trying to figure out these things your mind might be a little bit crazy. You might be like week number three or four this diet. Like, I just want some damn pizza, and I'm not saying that can't happen on a coniferous diet, or I'm not saying that that can't happen on any diet..

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"akito genyk" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

04:52 min | 3 years ago

"akito genyk" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"So I it looked at. Endurance, and particularly mice and endurance and Akito genyk diet, and what they were able to find out with mice. And then they looked at at another study by Jeff Volk, which I was actually a part of the Beckett university of Connecticut where they took a bunch of male endurance freaks who they had follow Kito genyk die for twelve months. And then they tested their their glycogen convert conservation like like how well they were able to to kind of conserve and use their glycogen stores more efficiently during exercise fat-burning capacity at cetera. And then they also looked at non athletes who are exercising on Akito genyk diet. And then I'm sorry that studied in look at non athletes, but this particular article I'm talking about it went on to discuss a study that was done in non athletes exercising on Akita genyk diet. And then they looked at high intensity exercise, and how that response to Akito genyk diet, and they looked at also cyclists and Akita genyk diet and a. There were a total of nearly a dozen studies. They went into they looked into body composition in cross-fitters on a ketogenic diet. They looked at a higher intensity. Exercise performance on Akito genyk diet, the list goes on and on total of thirteen studies that they go into in this article, but here's the summary. Here's the summary. This is interesting. So a the longer the studies Kito adaptation phase, meaning the longer that the study participants follow Kito genyk diet, which we call, you know, Kito adaptation or to use the more layman or lane women's term turning you into a fat-burning machine. The more likely the study is to find favorable performance results, and that's likely due to increases in your ability to be able to use fatty acids as a fuel improvements in your ability to be able to conserve glycogen during exercise increases in might Okon drill density, potentially even an increase in the ability to be able to digest fats. Right like increased bile production by the liver and released by the gallbladder potentially in up regulation of life pace of your fat burning enzymes, so there's probably a cluster of factors that occur with long term exposure to that diet that render it more favorable long term for performance. Like when I you know, I've I've been following some version of a low carbohydrate or Kito genyk diet, even though it's not for everybody. Right. Like, I don't possess a lot of the genetic factors that would cause that to become inflammatory for me like familial hypercholesterolemia or there. There's a gene called the PR gene that can respond unfavourably to Akito genyk diet. There are some digestive issues like gallbladder removal or things like that. Turbie to aside from the fact that I'm APO e three four, and that's a gene that dictates that if I'm gonna follow a high fat diet it should be more Mediterranean fats than saturated fats. My body responds well to a lower carbohydrate relatively Kita genyk diet, and I've been doing it since two thousand twelve so I've got about seven and a half years under my belt of Akita genyk diet, and I feel better than ever from a performance standpoint. So a big part of this is the key to adaptation phase. Then also here, here's here's the other things that the study found it's highly unlikely that Kito is good for high intensity, or at least better for high density, meaning the chew it's not gonna help. You. It's unlikely that Kito is bad for high intensity. It's likely that Kito is neutral for high intensity. Exercise is likely that Kito is better for endurance. I specially due to that glycogen conservation aspect. It's very likely that Kito diets are better for body composition, meaning body fat percentages, and it's very likely that Kito diets are generally, healthier, right? Just just from a pure metabolic standpoint. Inflammation blood glucose influence sensitivity at cetera than standard high carb diets for athletes there are some weaknesses to this review. It didn't begin to delve into things like say, the microbe or let's say markers of longevity like telomeres, didn't really look too much like oxidative stress profile, profiles panels, such as inflammation. But from general health standpoint, it appears that the low carb diet was favorable across a across a wide population than I am not Akito zealot. I'm not a guy who vilifies carbohydrates at all costs. But I do think that some attention paid to mitigate. Of what's called glycemic variability, or how many times your blood glucose fluctuates during the.

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"akito genyk" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:51 min | 3 years ago

"akito genyk" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Dynamic. For nerve damage. It is dynamic for nerve. And they shown repeatedly that this stuff is dynamic for brain health for brain, energy, and helpful for memory. Memory is very complex as many parts to memory, and as many nutrients involved with memory. Foods like green, leafy vegetables and berries protein and fish oils, fats from fish, there's exercise breathing and heart pumping and all that but nutrients are core to bring home east nutrients have been shown again and again to support brain health and to support memory. So here's three different studies showing that when you lack our car, it's devastating for your brain. Al car. Shuttles energy into the brain creates energy in Nebraska, as you grow older metabolism in the brain slows down it gets harder and harder to use. Calories for energy and to use oxygen for energy. In fact, there was this really eye-opening study I read about three weeks ago. At showed that older people become inactive not because their body is tired. But because their brain is tired, their brain is fatigued. And I was sitting at the couch at that time, and I felt really tired, and I should all my goodness. That's it with me like on Saturday morning. I do an hour and a half program. Now, I've worked six days a week. I've gotten up early every day. I've I've read many many many studies I've used my brain again. And again to be quite honest with you after that, Saturday morning radio program. My brain is shot, my brain is fatigued, and I go home, and I should on the couch. Why shouldn't have backyard, and I do a puzzle or something should be arrested, and my wife goes, you know, how do you feel I'm tired? But now, I realize it's really my brain Dutch tired, my body's not tired at all. I'll lay ups the level of brain energy at restores metabolism to an aging. Bring it gets harder and harder to you sugar and calories oxygen for energy and the brain as you grow older. So what happens instead of creating energy the little power plants in your brain, your your brains loaded with billions of them to call Michael Qendra instead of creating energy out of sugar. cO sugar is the main fuel for the brain. It's not the ridiculous keto diet. It's actually sugar. I say that because when you when you drag yourself into Kito, she's bad things happen like when you wanna Kito genetic diet about twenty percent of people go on Akito genyk diet develop kidney stones it's very bad for kidney shops, not only that. But if you had a cancer, you would feed cancer when you're gonna Kito genyk diet, you actually could feed a cancer. And here's one reason why. It's the same thing that happens as metabolism fills you as you grow older to cells in your body that create energy out of sugar and oxygen instead of creating energy. They make a toxin call method actual which is actually involved with damage to the brain increasing acid levels in the brain, which which which accelerate aging of the brain and clog up energy pathways even further, but also at damages part of brain called a basal ganglion, you have an increased risk of developing Parkinson's disease. When you take the alcohol with LA, they make it easier for the brain once you can you sugar for energy, just like a much, younger brains. You take like a seventy year old brain, you're making it more effective like a forty year old brain and a brain is using the sugar for energy your clearing out the actual toxin your clearing out the lactic acid, you're slowing down aging brain, actually, helping reverse aging brain, but the alcohol does something else too. Al car creates acetylcholine that's really important alkyl creates acetylcholine acetylcholine levels drop with age like people with dementia. They have very little she'll calling in fact, the drugs, they used to treat Alzheimer's disease. Many of them Shipley. Raise acetylcholine levels. So with age acetylcholine levels drop. Okay. Even an astrophysicist Jeevan. Unlike like like. The best accountants even in medical doctors. Everybody. Your smartest authors acetylcholine levels drop and member shorts to not do as well. Al car donation she'll group to achieve out of and call calling you make us she'll calling. I'll she'll calling those a bunch of really good things for the brain one at repairs to break, you cannot repay your gray matter. You're eighty million thinking shells without Alker. And without acetylcholine. You cannot repair them. So one repairs brain tissue the thinking part of brain the problem solving part of brain. Two..

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