18 Burst results for "American Journal Clinical Nutrition."

"american journal clinical nutrition." Discussed on Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

06:58 min | 10 months ago

"american journal clinical nutrition." Discussed on Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

"Just that's it. Oh that's good great so for there to just be like more acrimony and illogic asked. I'm already seeing all these people being asked like. Well how come you don't support this bill if it pays for itself and its revenue neutral because numbers time. So yeah. Those are my thanks. I have a little bit of Look at the science or monday. I'm l. a. m. hav sorry i'm scrolling through the slack as as i was you know we were said going here. And before we turn on the microphones. We were talking about the gala. La off great. You're absolutely right. But i'm gonna get to that in a minute. Actually okay all right literally. No no. I was literally like engaging in my make me smile as i was trying to start the show but i couldn't it. It's like science monday. There were all these interesting and pretty. Pretty shockingly headlined studies that all dropped today one claiming and this is absolutely fascinating that overeating eating is not in fact the primary cause of obesity. These scientists put the study out today. entitled the carbo it was published in the american journal clinical nutrition talking about the carbohydrate insulin model and essentially saying that we have In the cdc in everybody has obsessed on this idea that you have to eat less and exercise more that it's all about calories and this is so interesting because i feel like everybody already knew this because it's not it turns out what it's about is sugar. What it's about is simple. Carbohydrates that just like make you think that you're not getting enough food and this is actually. What's remarkable is that that's all the case but with these Researchers found is that because of the way those carbohydrates interact with insulin. It does over time fundamentally change our metabolism. So that even though you have all of these americans who might be eating less and exercising more. We may have changed our metabolisms because of these highly processed carbohydrates. And that's why we still feel hungry even though we're continuing to gain weight fun but super interesting and hopefully we'll just like turn this conversation on. Its head because over. You know there's still all this fear about like fat when in fans like fat is fine. That is okay. David leonhardt david leonhardt. Who writes for the new york times Does a thing every january where he does a no sugar january and he says you have to be really careful because like you think you having a glass of orange juice and you think you're being good but their sugars in their men and he ought to be careful. It's really hard. It's really hard in this in this dietary economy. We have to avoid sugars. So hard. I've spent like the last few years trying to sort of do the no added sugar thing where you just try not to like well like you said it's impossible when you you start to look at labels you'll just get furious about how much sugar is in everything let alone just like bread and how processed it is and how not complex so yeah. It's really interesting and hopefully it will change a lot about the way we eat. Also on the food tip big study. that came out today. A major new study published in nature. Food saying meet accounts for nearly sixty percent of all greenhouse gases from food production so there's production overall and the it's greenhouse gas emissions and sixteen percent of those emissions are related to meet which emits twenty times as much as growing plants which yikes is just gonna hassle. You were just by the way. The entire system of food. Production causes seventeen point three billion metric tons of greenhouse gases. A year that is more than double the entire emissions of the united states and thirty five percent of all global emissions is just raisin cows and pigs and chicken and other animals. We need to get on that. Petri meet like stat and then the other funds study science. Monday is so fun. Also published in the journal nature. This is the really bad one man. That's really what happened. I know i was just like really down the rabbit old today for a livable future. Sixty percent of oil and gas must stay in the ground and ninety percent of coal must remain buried and that is just to achieve the goals of the paris agreement which many people say is still going to lead to some pretty severe warming and major weather changes so so is that sorry. I'm clicking on this link now as we speak but is that like from now starting today today. 'cause today we can't but we can't get there right now right if we start today were already you know fifteen years behind or whatever the hell it is what it means if if we start today then. Global oil and gas production must decline three percent on average every year until twenty fifty. So you don't have to go to zero extraction today but we need three percent percent less than three percent less than year after which which when you put it that way seems very right like come on but relies on us decarbonising stat and it relies on you know states in this very country. Not saying. hey crypto miners. I know you've got kicked out of china. Because china is actually trying to set some climate goals but come to our state so that we can keep our coal economy alive. Look at kentucky. Montana was virginia. It relies on things like that like the coal market is dying and it needs to die or otherwise. We dive science. Monday also came finally before we go. We'll producer in the world. Go ahead yes yeah Yeah and then before we go to make me smile. I want to point toward this thread from representative katie porter. Who i'm gonna love because the whiteboard thing is so incredible. But she has this thread about from the us mexico border and she just reports on her experience there what she saw and and the takeaway which is remarkable. Is that like wow. We're telling people that they need to wait in line for an asylum process.

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"american journal clinical nutrition." Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

05:48 min | 10 months ago

"american journal clinical nutrition." Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

"Within the human brain. From the dr- quote. Dry weight of the brain is fat protein. Then it's sprinkling of carbs and minerals is in there as well but protein is also incredibly important. It's conversation it's not that far removed so about eleven percent fat about eight percent protein. I so we don't want him gate protein but fat is so freaking important of the dry weight of the brain is the most important macro nutrient at. Your brain is literally made primarily of fat. If we're talking about macronutrients so how does this all work starts off in the womb and this also is carried out once we are born and breastfeeding mothers milk. It we're talking about the dietary construct. It is so abundant in fat specifically about fifty percent of fat found in human breast milk saturated fat again. We've this is one of those things. It's been vilified that it's so bad for us. Why is the very thing. We know for certain that humans are designed to consume when we are born wise. That thing so bad. If fifty percent is a fifty percent of the fat in mother's milk is saturated fat so for cognitive development of babies and as a matter of fact there was a study that i just came across looking at if not not only just the saturated fat. But getting to this point. Dha and epa in that that construct the amount of dha epa in mother's milk and seeing the direct when when this was a multi country study as well as observational study. But they took into account other factors as well. They did a really good job but they found that mother's milk that that had the highest concentration of epa dha. Their children performed about twenty percent better on cognitive skills test. All right so we're talking about the template for our brains and what is made of now as we move into adulthood just to be clear that doesn't mean at guzzling saturated fat is going to make your brain worked better. Necessarily the gates that allow insects rated fat. Actually start to decrease your but saturated fat is so important. Your brain makes it itself all right so your brain literally can make its own saturated fat when it needs to so getting dot barely. This isn't saturated. Fat is bad but also not saying that this is the primary brain fuel. Because it's a lie it's nuanced. What is a primary brain fuel for. Art from dietary perspective is epa and dha. These are critical. Is one of the most important takeaways from this episode. Today and so research is that they decided to do again another randomized controlled trial. This was published in the american journal. Clinical nutrition to see what is the direct impact of dha and epa. And so what they did was they simply gay folks and increase intake of dha and epa versus a placebo and they found the folks just within a matter of weeks. Consuming dha and epa had a dramatic increase in memory and their reaction time just by including more of these nutrients and so that started already. I'm fascinated by this. So i'm like why what's going on here. Well these essential fatty acids espn epa. These are known as structural fats in the brain. All right so we know about white adipose. Tissue we know about you know visceral fat satanic fat. Those are storage fats. The brain doesn't have storage fats thankfully because during times of famine. If you had stores fasten your brain you you you bring a meeting your brain..

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"american journal clinical nutrition." Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"american journal clinical nutrition." Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"And he's achieved fellowship certification for stem cell therapy. Dr. Kala pays office number in Long Island is 5167940404. We will repeat that number throughout the show. Now, here's Dr Christopher Caliph, a welcome friends and thank you for tuning in to the optimal health program. Hope you're all doing Well, as you know what today we're gonna talk about a variety of different medical topics. We'll talk about the importance of nutrition learning about your body testing your blood. We'll look at some great studies cover Ah, lot of ground. Of course we'll take your calls here. 1 808 for eight W A B C 108 for 89222. And we'll chat. Some of the articles will talk about Described the importance of omega three fatty acids. Utilizing them help to lower the risk for sudden cardiac death. According to a very highly ranked procedures Journal, The American Journal Clinical Nutrition. And this is a longitude a review of 91,000 women. So for people that want to take vitamins they want to test provided wins. Want to have recommendations made based on that test? Yes, we do recommend using the Omega threes. This is a terrific study talking about a 91,000. Woman Study Age 30 40 59 Years over 30 Years of 30 years study They showed low risk of sudden cardiac death, of course, sudden cardiac death. Occurs because of a clock in almost old cases. And maybe some of those cases also with me irregular heartbeat, but the irregular heartbeat can also create The clock. You know some turbulent flow of the blood. So utilizing the EPA officials convened creased that clock. You know, percentage so very important to keep the nutrients onboard that can decrease progression. Toe mortality on of course, you know sudden cardiac death, so When we talk about using nutrients like the Omega Threes, we look at fiber engine we looked at inflammatory markers. C reactive protein, the plotting of your blood. We look at blood count. Some men who take too much testosterone on their own. And don't do it with the doctor will have a higher red blood cell hidden global dramatic rate. Those people have high homocysteine fiber engine. C reactive protein. May have issues that increase their risk of clotting. So are the people who have heavy metals on board. So you want to take a look at all of these things and make sure you have them in the right range and you're not progressing towards Having more of a problem than reversing that process and getting back to being healthy. Once again phone lines are open. 1 808 for eight w A B c 1 808 for 89222. If you'd like to call in to ask a question you could do so now. I will also take a look at some of the other great studies. Here talking about neural protection, You know, important for your spinal cord. Um So Nutrients that help with that certainly includes Sir Cumin and D H a So If you take a look at The literature on Sir Cumin and D H A. Of course you'll see. Variety of studies that talk about decreasing the inflammatory mechanism on this is published in journals, neurosurgery and spine diseases. So they're looking at Sir Cumin as an anti inflammatory. Dhe ate his name time inflammatory antioxidant, and they say that it protects some of the components of your nerves and the nerve sheet so Again important to consider using some of these things. In your dietary planning a regiment. But of course, as I say, you want to test to make sure that your core vitamins are in the right range. So very important to make sure that all the vitamins Jeff requirement for Are there. Once again phone lines are open. Let's go toe 1 808 48 w A. B C 1 808 for eight. W A B C 108 for 89222, If you like to call an task in question. We're trying Tosun on the air right now. Acupuncture may be effective for some people that have serious depression. Of course, patients that I see. We try to use everything we can. That are those things that are appropriate. To be able to correct hormone decline. Correct fluctuations of blood sugar. A variety of different things. So if we look at depression, yes, we can use acupuncture as a net on therapy. But of course we need to look at the The hormone levels in the vitamins and minerals. Okay, Phone lines are open. Let's go. Andrew in New Jersey. How are you? Good evening, Doctor. Thank you for taking my call. Giving Uh, I've had irritable bowel syndrome for about 25 years. I've had all the tests. Cat scans, MRI's bury an anima. Is there anything That you could advise are sure and usually irritable bowel disorders overwhelmingly correlated with food allergy, so traditional medicine does not look at that test for that. But we've seen this happen in the overwhelming majority of cases that people would have Belle related disorders. Anything under irritable bowel heading. Kaleidoscope owns GERD Reflux disease. If we test for allergies, skin tests and take those foods out of your diet, you start to see that inflammatory mechanism either come down dramatically or go away completely. It's very rare for irritable about to be coming from a major tumor. Usually major size tumors will cause bleeding and blood in the stool, etcetera, But overwhelmingly lot of the irritable bowel disorders are caused by a delayed reaction of food. You eat something today and you don't have an immediate reaction, like the lips are swelling or you're feeling horrible. So you intend to eat that food with some frequency? You don't know that it's taking days or weeks to create that information. Doctor would be any type of stem cell treatment to help you I can be. We've used themselves for quietest and crones. A variety of the Severe did generous orders..

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"american journal clinical nutrition." Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

08:45 min | 1 year ago

"american journal clinical nutrition." Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"More topics, of course. Uh, frequently. We talk about metabolic syndrome. This is something that's happening more and more over time, and you have to expect this because Metabolic syndrome, of course, is elevation of blood sugar, blood pressure, excess body fat around the waist high cholesterol, high triglycerides there many things that go along. With this, and of course, it was given a name. These are not Things that are the entirety of the problem occurring these air. Just the common things that doctors like to put a. You know a tag on. I think when you look at high blood pressure, got back pressure on your heart. So you might end up having some Hypertensive heart phenomenon. Your ventricle left ventricle might get a little bigger because it's pushing up against pressure. That's a normal Consequence, The high sugar can also damage your blood vessels, as in addition to other components of plaque I think his well. When you have high cholesterol, Of course that's going to add to pluck but the blood sugar elevation. Can get you to make more insulin. Knock your sugar down and sugar puts instant put sugar into your The lining of the blood vessels. So that could also contributed plaque but also could make you anxious, irritable, panicky make you crave foods and carbohydrates. So it's this weird, vicious cycle. Having too much carb. Will make you want to eat more and more carb. And that brings up your cholesterol. Trackless fries, your weight, blood pressure. So this is something that I've been talking about, I think every day You know, since I've been in practice because we see so much of this Of course, changing the mechanism is important, and we've always been talking about cutting the carbs doing the exercise, eating small meals throughout the day. Um, correcting hormone decline, which helps to burn fat, correcting vitamins. So this is a very changeable thing. I've had patients that were put on diabetes medication. Because they told they were told they had either metabolic syndrome. Or they had insulin resistance or glucose intolerance. This is not something that you want to use medications for and not change. The underlying cause is so very important to understand that this is changeable, fixable. Of course, we have people coming in, just with high cholesterol and just with overweight issues. So Even when these things stand alone, we have to act upon it and change it before they start to work together. And cause significant damage. There are many people who may have changes in their heart or their valves and not realize it. You don't have to have, you know, crushing chest pain. Have blockage in your blood vessels. That just means the question chest pain is that Peter, you've thrown a clock. Where there's blockades there. So realistically, you want to understand your body before you get to the bag zone, And then we have to work 10 times harder to try to reverse the damage. That's already there. So prevention Zwart the most important things of all. Okay. You want to get a phone lines are open 1 808 for eight W A B C 1 808 for 89222, and we'll get your coals right up on the air. This is a live program, so feel free to give us a chat. Interesting research on official supplementation when we know it's good. In terms of anti inflammatory properties. It's good to lower Craig Lyssarides. This is a great study it talks about. Helping to stabilize irregular electrical flow or a regular beat three atrium of your heart. This is a great randomized, double blind controlled study involving people that had atrial fibrillation, atrial flutter. And those people were obviously trying to get back to what they call normal Sinus rhythm, the normal heartbeat that you might see on a TV program already kg. You know when that Peter's just perfectly In perfect cadence, so using fish oil helps to stabilize the irregularity or some of the Of abnormal extra beats of the heart. And this is AH great study published in a prestigious journal. And, uh, Journal of heart Cardiology. But important to understand that Once you test your vitamins, and you find two things, your body has a much better chance of helping regulate itself. As well. Great literature on supplementation with the herbal formula combination may help to reduce breast cancer risk. This is a great study as well. And talks about women that are premenopausal postmenopausal in this study. And they were looking at supplementation within dull three carbon all Which comes from, you know great green leafy vegetables and broccoli and brussel sprouts and such. Milk Thistle should Sandra, which is an adapted adapted gin and stinging nettle. And the individuals that were in this study had a variety of blood test done, and they were looking at the breakdown components of estrogen. And they saw that they had a far greater breakdown of the estrogen and therefore taking away or decreasing the breast cancer risk. For those people that may have estrogen related cancers, so great great information. Once again phone lines are believed like to call. Do so now. 1 808 for eight w A B C 108 for 89222. Other great studies about retinal beta carotene, of course. Vision. Cardiovascular disease and cardiovascular risk. In a study of individuals that were obese. 49% diagnosis metabolic syndrome. As we mentioned levels of beta carotene were found to be almost Unseen. And as the higher debate via my the the weight and body fat percentage, the lower the concentration of the vitamins. So correcting the vitamins very important for antioxidant protection. Very important for immune response. And again. As you start to pull out the components that create this metabolic problem. The metabolic syndrome cut the carbs. Kick up the exercise. Correct the hormones, vitamins. Then you start to see all of these parameters changed. So this is something that we've done A great deal of And you know, have continued to do for us many years I've been in practice. 32 years now. So it's all about tweaking your diet, making it work for you not just randomly eating things, and even if they're good things, there's some people that Or eating foods that are good, but they're having way too much carbohydrate. We see this often when people want to make this movie For their drink. In the morning of costs. Smoothie can taste great, but if you're loading up with 100 G of carbs, you just you're way over doing it. And then you're making a lot of insulin. You're knocking you sugar down. And in doing that, you'll feel tired and a key, but all that sugar is just way too much for your body to handle. We're not meant to have that much sugar. All it was Some people will put in some green some broccoli, some celery. Then, of course, they may throw in an apple or banana they may put in Kale. But putting all that fruit in becomes a big problem. Because two exposures of 30 G of carbon 60 G. Of carp in one drink. So you don't want to have all of that sugar? You might wanna have half an apple. Per se, and then put your greens you could put Berries in it. You can put Variety of things. Just not all of that sugar. Because the sugar exposure becomes overwhelming, and then people get hungry throughout the day, and they tend to eat more. And there go the calories and there is the increase in carbohydrate as well. Consumption of leafy vegetables and olive oil may reduce the risk of carny heart disease in women. Another great study American journal Clinical Nutrition. 29,689 women. In this study. And they were looking at a significant inverse association between the vegetables and olive oil, the risk of heart disease. No. We've been talking about this for many years, and we talk about the Mediterranean diet, lots of vegetables and good protein sources. Not all the carbohydrates and such Over 7.85 years that the study Continued. When they looked at the correlation with heart disease and the highest risk for heart disease were the lowest Intake of the vegetables in the olive oil and lowest risk of heart disease with the highest intake of leafy vegetables and olive oil..

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"american journal clinical nutrition." Discussed on Functional Medicine Research with Dr. Nikolas Hedberg

Functional Medicine Research with Dr. Nikolas Hedberg

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"american journal clinical nutrition." Discussed on Functional Medicine Research with Dr. Nikolas Hedberg

"But. In any case they'd had problems with assert couple of types of diseases that they had figured out in the past were more severe and more common in these low selenium regions, and that if they supplemented their population with selenium supplements in that, they would have a people to reduce mortality and the incidence of this disease. So. Because of that, there's a lot of data on on. The selenium status of people in different even in different cities in China. So we were able to find that published data. It's actually what they do is when the more accurate measurements is to take it. Cut. Some hair from person and you measure the amount of selenium in that hair sample, and that is a very good indicator. What sort long-term dietary intake is. It doesn't fluctuate as much as even like a blood level so that we were able look at that published data, and of course, the has the coveted outbreak. Progressed, they were getting the case mortality data city by city county by county state by state just like we do here. So we just. connected. Those dots and we published a paper at the end of April in. The American Journal Clinical Nutrition where we showed that there was highly significant correlation between the slim status in these different Chinese cities and the What was called a cure rate That has the the fraction of people at recovered from infected by COVID and Also, if you just looked at a couple of cities at were a regions that were notorious for either having very low slim river, high selenium there's a city called end she were It's one of the highest sliman takes in the world by where they've had talk society from the from. Mineral and the in that city, the cure rate for Kobe was three times higher than that in the other parts of Hubei Province which is where we on his is located where the upbringing started in. Similarly this area in another province called long John There's a regional cash on where there was a disease called Keshavan disease, which was a slim deficiency disease that had a virus cofactor. And in that region, the death rate from Kobe was five times higher than in all the surrounding region. So that's pretty compelling and innocent physical analysis on all of those said, the probability level up was less than point zero, zero, zero, one in one in ten thousand chance of that that observation happening by. Randomly, so we thought it was a pretty strong thing. Now sense then a German group as actually published similar findings based on actual measurements of selenium levels in the patients in in Kobe patients in in Germany and converted to sort of standard levels in Europeans in an known database, and they also showed that the patients with the lowest slim students were most likely to. Die of our or have more severe ICU type case. So and I just heard there's another study coming out from another country shows a similar trend. So this very striking kind of a retrospective data. Now, showing that this is important not to get into the why is this important? Is. Hard to do without getting into some molecular biology what is the role of slam in the sort of the human immune system and in human biology in general? And also, what is it role in what the virus might want to do? and. I can give you a quick elevator speech of that if you want me to go at it and trying to get technical. Sure well, basically by it took me, you know twenty plus years to figure this out the last piece of the puzzle..

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"american journal clinical nutrition." Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:09 min | 2 years ago

"american journal clinical nutrition." Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Just randomly stamp or blood test and then throw everybody on the same starting dose. And, you know, watch to see them get a bad reaction or a big, you know, Welt on their arm when they get an allergy shots, so yeah, What we do is a great deal More specific and You know, we're on the same page with the lack of stress is hit specificity with some of the testing, that's you know, covered, or that has been done. And unfortunately, health insurance companies are covering the most of this, right. Well, health insurance companies will cover the intradermal test. Absolutely. We've seen that all the time because that's the gold standard. So I remember. Health insurance companies were not there to cover everything that you want to do. They're there to take a lot of money and figure out how not to pay out. So even though there are tests that are great for you, and there are procedures that are great for you. Insurance companies don't want TTO lose. You know what would be some of their profit so That's typically what happens. In some other time when we can touch up some other things. Thanks. Absolutely. Thank you for your call. Great information, So, Yeah, I've been saying this for such a long time. It's nice to hear that people that are searching for something beyond the basic type of testing. That really doesn't give us enough information. Another interesting corollary. Many years ago. A company that Came to my office wanted me to do or by their machine to do allergy testing. And I said, Okay, let me see how your machine works. So we had a couple of patients. A couple of staff. And we did the blood. And as the blood respond in the centrifuge, they put little drops of the blood into these different chambers. And then in those chambers had, you know allergens. And so your antibodies in your blood were meant to bind to the allergy. And then they put this device is trey into a machine and it would read. You know how many antibodies are bound? Roughly. So if the liquid look very cloudy and clumpy obviously it looked like there are a great tomb or allergens and more of an allergy response. And as we did that I also had allergy testing done intradermal on the same people for those same substances. So in doing that, that machine would have a lot of zeros, which means they didn't pick up any allergy in those individuals. There were very few people that were class one on that machine or class, too. But the people who are zeros on the blood test machine were either twos or threes on skin test. And if there were once there were two threes or fours on skin tests, which again goes to prove my point. And we did this as a little. In office study to show that the blood can tell you what the skin test can, and that's because you don't have every allergen in your blood and antibody. Rather binding and showing up right near the needle when that small amount of blood is strong. So important to think about 70% of your immune system's response is in your gut and ability to find reaction. So there are so many people that have delayed food allergies that I'll realize it when we Discover that when we start to correct things, people remains that just changing their diet can change. They're pictures significantly. Okay, Forlines room. But if you'd like to call and ask a question you could do so now 108 for eight W A. B C 108 for 89222 And we'll get you up on the air. So again, a variety of great studies out there and we take a look at this. You know all the time. Make it three fatty acids. Yet another study about omega three fatty acids, fish and taken decreased risk of heart failure. This comes from the American Journal Clinical Nutrition Research done a department medicine. Brigham and Women's Hospital at have ID. Medical school for all of my boss, tonight's sending you out a little fellow in a case control study in 1572 subjects. In a large cohort study involving 19,000 and 97 stuff subjects. An inverse relationship was found between A good foster lipids, the D A with a decreased risk of heart failure. And fish consumption more than once per month was associated with the reduced risk of heart failure. As well. So important to hear these things so that you can adjust check the fatty acids in your blood looked to see which are out of range. Correct that with nutrients. The EPA Of course. Olive oil is a great oil for you. So if they're only two hours you could ever have the rest of your life You'd want have olive oil. And the because they have so much, you know, benefits. Another great study, which we have to post in the office. Exposure to mercury increases the risk of heart attack and because I've been talking about heavy metals for literally 32 years Because in Practice when I first started to go to every nutrition course I could find and I got certified in HK elation therapy. Um Every time I would go to some of these really good cutting edge courses. Which, of course over the years have been proven to be. A brilliant information. You know, years ago, people say, oh, heavy metals. Don't worry about it all that it would believe it. And then year after year after year after year, the studies have mounted into such an amazing body of literature. That we have talked about heavy metals with everybody that comes in and we test him through blood and urine. So this is a great study. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, talking about heavy metals and specifically mercury. With myocardial infarction. Now medals bind to LDL, the bad cholesterol and become a phone cell that foam cell gets stuck to the lining of the blood vessel wool and increases. The plaque buildup. Significantly. So Any of the medals that do this. Will increase the risk of plaque and I'm not even talking about 50 other risk factors like bacteria viruses, high cholesterol triglycerides, high LDL low HDL. Higher amounts of the small LDL column microns all of these things So we look at all of those toe. You know what we have to change? So this study showed that the people that Were exposed to the medals and had the largest amount of the medals in the Mercury on board had the highest risk of heart attack. Even a small change in exposure to the mercury. Produced a significant decrease in the inflammatory mechanism that can lead to The plaque in the heart attack, so Important, understand? There are things that are in your body that were exposed to all the time. Not knowingly. Of course that can create damage, and that's why people come into the office and they're shocked. I can't believe I had AH heart attack a mini stroke stroke. You know, these things are evolving without you realizing it, so you won't understand what your body's doing and create..

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"american journal clinical nutrition." Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"american journal clinical nutrition." Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The optimal health program this morning appear all doing well. As you know, we're going to take your calls here in just a moment. 1 808 for eight W A. B C 108 for 89222 And we'll chat about the things that are important to you. Great research will go for a variety of different things. We'll talk about how zinc may help to improve the immune response and outcomes in Children with acute low respiratory tract infections. We've heard a lot about sync lately, of course, because the combination of zinc hydroxy Clara Quinn And now talking about inhaled steroid nebulizer may be the best attack we have against the covert and the effects that it has a great deal of Dr comments. Doctors in the trenches treating patients worldwide are documenting this, so we have to listen to the doctors that have been in the trenches treating patients. As opposed to just theoretical. Comments by people that are not actually examining and treating patients and working with them and listening to their lungs and doing chest X rays and doing the blood work. It's important. That we understand the difference between Actually. Patient and physician contact. And watching patients improve and watching patients get better watching how they present and doing testing to understand and then treat them and then re test to prove their result. So very, very important to look at that. Phone lines are open. If you'd like to call in 1 808 for eight W A. B C 1 808 for 89 to 2 tube and we can chat. Other great studies on th ey are important for improving reading and behavior. This is an interesting study, and we've been talking about EPA Ngh combination for years, helping improve brain function. Great research on higher intake of flavor owns and antioxidants. Inversely associate ID. With lower arterial stiffness. So your arteries are their own living environment in the lining of your blood vessels were called the intimate Now if you were to think of a cobblestone street You're lighting of your blood vessels is not much different when you get down to the microscopic size of how these cells exist and create the wall. On the next layer from the intimate going outward. You have smooth muscle and connective tissue. The smooth mostly there makes the blood vessel tighter contract constrict. Or relaxed, so there are many nutrients that are important for what's going on in the lining of the blood vessels. And stiffness of the blood vessels and then build up of plaque on that nice, smooth, somewhat like cobblestone appearance. They're 50 things that can cause damage to the lining the blood vessels, so they're looking at some of the anthocyanins flavor owns antioxidants as helping to minimize Zathras sclerosis and the arterial stiffness and helping to prove improve blood pressure. And men and women. This study had a lot of women in the study was published The American Journal Clinical Nutrition And we know that magnesium, potassium or important to maintain the relaxation of the smooth muscle around the vessels, so Important again. Test your nutrients to make sure everything was in the right range. Once again phone lines are open. If you'd like to call in to ask question you could do so now 108 for eight W A. B. C 1 808 for 89222 This is a live program.

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12:35 min | 3 years ago

"american journal clinical nutrition." Discussed on 710 WOR

"Very good of you. My name is Jerry hick Emma pharmacist a nutritionist. And by the way, we have a lot of health professionals that work at invite you could call them up and talk to them. And you could go in and visit them, you could shoot him emails asking questions. Don't be gentle as tough questions. They are knowledgeable and are sincere. And they are helpful. Now, the next two supplements are going to talk about our for brain health, which can benefit the memory. They usually do and the last one I'm going to talk about at the end of the program is for energy. It's a multivitamin that's spectacular for energy so cocoa. People come in and say, listen. My mother has memory loss, or my father has memory loss or my older brother has memory loss. I'd rather not have that gimme me a couple of things to help. Protect me, and I say, well cogos, one of them they go and their general generally surprised which surprises me has been at least thirty studies that Coco's could feel memory. So it always surprises me that people don't know about cocoa and memory. And it works. It seems to have a hierarchy of nutrients, in fact, it was a recent study showing that this seems to be a hierarchy of nutrients and cocoa like a mood pyramid. So here's the department of pharmaceutical sciences university of Antwerp, which is in Belgium, Anson plant a medical journal. I read all the time. It's, it's an herbal journal. And they're talking about cocoa. And he said CoCo helps remain. They're saying there's a lot of things in cocoa. Help your mood and your cognitive function. So they said for mood and cognitive function. There's like a hierarchy like in walls, and methods and teens which is true. But then they said, there's rather minor constituents such as south soil in wall. It's kind of like a, a mood pyramid of cocoa. So it is a lot of things in cocoa good for the brain. And what got me I interested in cocoa for the brain. We're studies out of Brigham and women's hospital and also Harvard Medical School and also Harvard School of public health, and then I started seeing two studies coming out of Johns Hopkins, and Yale and Tufts University. And I said, well, the stuff is real. They found out that KoKo has flannels that open up the blood vessels in the brain and improve circulation to an aging brain. So whereas the Pete's seems to help with the body and blood pressure, the cockleshell would be more active in the brain, which is interesting. But it's the specific ingredients. Cocoa has about eight hundred ingredients that we know of. And a started could for the brain are ingredients like south Solan, wall and fetal. Ethyl Amine and theon lean and theobromine, and the flab and three oils. They clearly have great impact on the brain. Harvard actually said, listen cocoa has a lot of things that are found in a healthy brain. So Harvard did a series of studies and they found that within weeks. Coco was improving circulation to older people to their brain specifically to bring. They were doing brain studies and the level of improvement within the first two weeks, it was like eleven or twelve percent. So Harvard separately and not related to eighty studies. Wanted to see how much circulation to the brain declined on average would age. And he looked at thousands of Americans and they found an older people circulation to the brain tends to decline somewhere between ten to fourteen percent. So think about your brain is a super high energy organ. It uses up twenty percent of the energy from each meal to, to keep it going. So it has to have a great circle, Tori system, which it does. But over time those blood vessels are getting clogged and stiffened and less blood is reaching the brain now to heart tends to pump eighty times a minute. And over the course of a year at tends to pump almost thirty seven million times, so thirty seven million times a year, eighty times per minute. You heart is receiving ten to fourteen percent. Less blood. That means it's getting less oxygen lists nutrition, fewer calories and brain. So start the dog and it can affect you. If it gets bad enough, it can affect you. So they've done a number of studies now with CoCo and brain health. They've done a number studies. So here's a Spanish older adults habitual cocoa consumption, what it does for the many mental state exam. The mini mental state exam is something you give to people who've lost memory. The Seattle welder brains functioning, it's an internal nutrition in hospital nutrition and a hospital is a fantastic journal. I read it all the time as university of Madrid. So they said, terror associations described between dementia mild cognitive impairment and foods would a high content of polyphenyls, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. So they found that. People compared to people who did not have cocoa. We're talking older people with memory loss. Cocoa improved. Activity results on a mini mental state exempts court by fifty two percent older people who are losing memory FDA had cocoa their scores on a mini mental state exam improved by fifty two percent. They found that cocoa consumption was associated with a lowered likelihood of developing mild, cognitive impairment lowering the risk by sixty one percent. Older people listen to this. This is really important all their people that consume cocoa habitually. They have a sixty one percent reduced risk of mild cognitive impairment, that's a very important finding. Mild cognitive impairment is when your brain has shrunk and it really affects your memory and everybody sees it, you know, it your wife knows it kids know what your boss knows that. Everybody knows. But here's the problem not only is your brain suffering, and not only is it has it shrunk, not only as your memory suffering. But you've got a huge increased risk of developing Alzheimer's disease. Or other dimensions. So they found that people who are older who habitually sup on cocoa real cocoa. Have a sixty one percent lower risk of mild cognitive impairment. That's an excellent finding so here's another one brain impaired, elderly subjects appear to benefit the most from cocoa flavonoids at journal frontiers nutrition as university allow kilo in Italy. And looking at fifty human clinical studies fifty yeoman clinical studies on cocoa and memory functions. So don't tell me, this stuff is real fifty Uelmen clinical trials on cocoa and brain function, and memory. It's journals frontiers nutrition in nutrition. And he found that flannel. Rich cocoa has it been official effect on a mood. At protects the brain. It improves circulation to the brain put it affects different parts of the brain, different things work in the brain like verbal fluency like remembering words, working memory, how quickly you take an information you're processing speed. How quickly you come up with answers, your -bility to pay attention. Not just one thing. That's improving. It's improving a panoply a cross section of things important to your memory and took physics mental function. So they found they're looking at fifty in clinical trials all ulcers memories have started to decline or who have other mild, cognitive impairments appeared to benefit the most from ingesting cocoa for prolonged time. And they said it's improving blood flow to the Genta den take to the hippocampus. That's the same thing that Harvard found. That's the same thing that Brigham and women's hospital. That when you have cocoa it restores blood flow to the aging brain and parts of the brain benefit the most of the parts involved with memory and judgment and problem, solving, and things like that. And they come back on line, and rewire and their rewiring. What each other and memory and mental abilities improve cognitive functions improve. That's what they're finding. So here's another one. Well, I'm not gonna read this one. It's the center for neuroscience NYU, New York, University, and a tab institute for research announce hummers disease and research on the aging brain at Columbia University. It's an journal nature neuroscience, and his what they feel. When you gave older people cocoa it improves circulation to the brain and parts of the brain involved with all these Uman functions at the brain controlling your emotions like playing cards like figuring out your taxes, like figuring out how to drive to Canada, like your memory like all these things like remembering words like using words in a contest they all blossomed because the circulation and a reduction and inflammation in the brain improve the health of organs in the brain that have to work together for memory and problem solving skills. The answer right on cortex the para hippocampal, Dante gyrus. And the hippocampus itself, I wouldn't air why Aren together, you know, where you are, you know how to get home? You know how to solve problems you know how to fix things you know how to learn, you know how to remember and you remember it does better. That's what they found because all these organs, dour rewiring. They're working together. They're firing together and your brain is working better. It's working like a much younger brain. And fact, what, what the Talibans to toot for Alzheimer's research at Columbia University came out with a statement as a three month long study. What really good quality cocoa like the invite cocoa? They said. People who had to typical memory of a sixty year old at the start of to study at the end of the three month period. Now, had the memory of a typical thirty or forty year old. So it reversed memory loss dramatically, so don't tell me, this isn't real. Of course, it's real. I have I don't know. I have folders of these studies. I have folded city studies. There was another study liked up from Italy. But it was looking at dosages, and it was a linear relationship. So it is a dosage relationship pharmacists, look at that. Is it dosage relationship that over time to cocoa, work veteran veteran better? But there was also a. A linear relationship and other words, the university of killer in Italy, did several studies. And also. A couple of researchers petitions in, in Rome, they published stuff in the American journal clinical nutrition, their findings. Any found that if you gave a person one Kupa cocoa a day. It improved their memory and their brain. But if you gave them two scoops today, like it was even more dramatic, should it was like a dose response? Relationship. I want you see those response relationship in a linear relationship, a relationship based on time and a number of doses. That really is powerful evidence. So if you want CoCo for your heart, you can have a scoop two or three times a week because coke has been shown to improve your framingham risk score, which is your risk of having a heart attack over the next decade. But if you want see a brain, you really need a scoop a day. Now if you've really lost memory, I would do to scoops today, I would do to scoops today to cocoa cocoa affect circulation to the brain at doesn't have an impact on your blood pressure at affects circulation to your brain. It's very good for you. Bring your brain is calmer, more clearheaded sharper more with it, and it's good for your memory. And, you know, all those things that make you Uman whereas, the beats that really is for your blood, pressure, and circulation in the body, should it kind of two different things. So they're both special the pizza checks and a.

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02:39 min | 3 years ago

"american journal clinical nutrition." Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Five one six seven nine four zero four zero four. When we talk about heart disease, and plaque. There are many things that can contribute to plaque in the blood vessels. And there is something called soluble, inter cellular adhesion molecule. This is a molecule that makes the blood vessels, or that creates stickiness in the areas where plaque exists. It's the American journal clinical nutrition. The effects of omega three fatty acids supplementation on plasma concentrations of soluble, adhesion, molecules were assessed in this meta analysis a multi facility study. And all the researchers concluded that a mega three supplementation reduced the sil- intracellular Asian mount kill. So this is important. This is what can help to decrease plaque creation. In the lining of your blood vessels. And they say this is affected as a primary or secondary means for preventing the development and the progression of atherosclerosis. So big journal journal clinical nutrition big study. And here's one of the scientific reasons why people should have some fish oil in their diet. One of many reasons. So we have to learn about your body understand what your vitamin and mineral levels are. And correct deficiencies at nutrients to be able to maximize your nutrient density. And get the exercise done. So that you delivering oxygen and flooding into your cells vitamins minerals, hormones. And I can show you thousands of many thousands of patients over thirty one years that have done just that they look at the blood work. They see the information the integrated they changed their diet. If we find out that their food allergic take those foods out, substitute others. We do a lot of dietary changes in supplementation, based upon what the blood test, and what allergy testing shows, and if a person is overweight, a person that has high cholesterol, triglycerides, blood sugar diabetic, etc. Cutting down the carbohydrates switching in different foods can make all the difference in the world..

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12:08 min | 3 years ago

"american journal clinical nutrition." Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"And talk about a variety of different topics. I've always liked to present information thoroughly, of course, about different topics. Pekar so many people out there with a variety of different issues or conditions or complaints or symptoms. And we try to make things as understandable as possible. So I try not to use, you know, big medical terms and confuse everybody. And I want people to get, you know, excited about making themselves healthy. So we talked about controlling your day. We talk about creating your day yet to start documenting your day. So that you can clearly see how your body's doing a lot of people just kind of go with the flow and don't really look at anything. They're not introspective. You know, what time do you? Go to bed. How well did you sleepy going to bed too late? A lot of people will do that. And then they say they don't get enough sleep because they have to get up early in the morning. What are you having for breakfast lunch dinner snacks? You know, what are your foods made up? What are you putting into your body? How much actively are you doing how much exercise you do your under significant amount of trust because of work or variety of reasons? All these things are important. You should write down your day. So that you can clearly see that I achieve everything on wanted to today. Great if I didn't okay, we'll try to little bit more tomorrow. You have to work within positive thoughts and mood. So it enables you to feel good about what you're doing. And then honestly when you are exercising and getting a lot of oxygen toll your tissues, flooding yourselves with oxygen vitamins minerals hormones, your body will do better it'll be reinforcing for you. So this is something that I keep talking about with patients. So they can do more on their own, okay. For lines are open if you'd like to call in one eight hundred eight four eight WABC one eight hundred eight four eight nine to two to the new website is up and switched. So it took a long while to have this come out as neatness clean as humanly possible. And after thank Alex and Mick and Luke for doing such a great job. It is easier to navigate through because the top banner. Lists different areas of the website, home stem cell therapy that comprehensive medical attritional. Coach articles videos about you can type in s me question through the Email the podcast with all the past few years worth of shows on it. So there's a lot of important information linked to the offices are and you can see the bottom map, the prior website had a ton of information on the first page, and although a lot of people love that. I think that it might have been too difficult for people to navigate so according to the pros, this is an easier site to navigate on the first page, you see all sorts of stem cell videos from the bottom you see the two thousand plus articles. So a lot of great information for you. And we'll be adding to that. Over and over again. Okay. Let's see what we have for great research, low levels of vitamin d increase mortality risk in. A course I've been saying this for very long time in many studies have been describing this. This is from journal clinical chronology. It is the department of community medicine immunology Carmel medical center in Haifa and Israel meta-analysis multiple studies. We're looking at the association between vitamin d and all different mortality causes of death and disease involving a hundred eighty two thousand one hundred and fifty two people from the general population. There are twenty years of age and older and the subjects vitamin d levels were measured month to month throughout the course of the entire study and me medium follow up his twenty eight months during which seventy two hundred people had died. Those who had the more significant progression of disease have lower levels of vitamin d. And they were adjusting for age gender, ethnicity seasonality. So they looked at a wide range of things within these individuals. But the people that had the lowest levels of vitamin d seemed to have more progressive degeneration disease and therefore death. So they're suggesting that all course, mortality may be independently. Related to inversely related to vitamin d levels, the higher the vitamin d the better your body will be again, we try to get you into a range of eighty to one hundred. So that you have the benefits of enough of the vitamin d and some studies studying Europe started in Italy in spread around all of Europe, and the globe with the vitamin d council shows that vitamin d is most amazing when you get your levels between eighty and. Okay. Phone lines are open our first call. Let's go to Laura in queens. How are you? Very well. Thank you. Dr. I've been recommended that I need to reverse shoulder replacement. Okay. We'll we'll stem cell surgery 'cause I use back to help my shoulder. It certainly can help you shoulder. And we've done this on many shoulders. The question is, you know, how much damage do you have in your shoulder? And what does the MRI say? So, you know, the question is, you know, you probably have some damage to the ligaments and tendons that hold the ball up against the socket. You may have labor tear. I mean, I don't know exactly what you have. But I'd like to get an idea as to what the show so we can see what's really there. Right now, there is no pain because I pulled a muscle in the arm. So because of that they reached no pain, however is very restricted. Go up so high and also I can can't carry something more than a court of nil. I mean, but that's I mean, it doesn't sound that you're in extreme pain or extreme difficulty. Yes. I understand you can't carry something. But we see that with tears of the super Spanos infra spiritus, and for people that have done the shoulder stem procedures which you can see videos on the website. Specific to that. People have not gone for sugary. So I would like to be able to examine your range emotion. See your strength and look at the Murrah in clearly see what's there? I mean, a reverse shoulder surgery is a big procedure, not only the general anesthesia, but they're trying to reattach certain muscles to try to create the movement that you had before. But it doesn't mean you're going to have a perfect or a great shoulder. I know that guarantee. Well, yeah, I mean, so if you can use your own body and cells from your body to repair damaged ligaments cartilage than that would be obviously that much easier. There's no general anesthesia with this. So I mean, my best comments would be looking at your range of motion looking at your ability to lift and move and your muscle strength. And also looking at the more. I. Oh, okay. All right, doctor. I'll be in DC you bring the great. That'll be perfect. Thank you make a little list of the things that you can't do like you said you can't lift a milk carton or a Cup of coffee or something right down. Where you're limited in your range of motion. A lot of people. They can't do the movement as if they're throwing a baseball or football. But that down. Okay. We'll do. Already seen. You have a great day. The kid phone lines are open eight hundred eight four eight WABC for like two task question. You could do so now one eight hundred eight four eight WABC one eight hundred four eight nine two two to another great study on vitamin d deficiency and asthma. There seems to be a link between vitamin d deficiency. And asthma. This is from the American journal respiratory critical care medicine. Research done at the children's hospital, Pittsburgh, university division, pediatric pulmonary medicine. In Pennsylvania that took five hundred sixty children with asthma and a similar amount without asthma. And there were between ages six to fourteen years a direct link was found between vitamin d deficiency and severe asthma exacerbations in these children. Independent of allergy history, independent of other markers for disease or ancestry. The researches were looking at vitamin d levels. So they did repeated tests they found that vitamin d insufficiency or deficiency was coming across the children. But the lower the vitamin d the higher. The odds of the as Matic inflammation in exacerbating. Another reason to have good levels of vitamin d on board. And this is of course, why with every patient I've ever seen younger and older we test vitamin levels. We make recommendations for good foods good vitamins. And then we check to make sure your levels are the perfect range for all that ovens. And certainly people that have asthma. Adults were kids will do testing for food allergy as well as inhalant allergy because we see direct correlation with asthma eczema bronchitis. Headaches migraines with the allergy phenomenon. So we can't ignore something that we've documented and proven, you know, a thousand ways to Sunday that what you eat either helps your body or what you eat can irritate your body. And I've said this so many times I hate to be too repetitive. But the majority of patients that come in with unexplained symptoms, but of course, stomach or gut issues, we tell them to cuddle the grains out of their diet. And cut their sugars down. They sat can't believe how much better I feel my bloating was gone away losing the extra few pounds. I wanted to lose my headaches or gun, and they just give a list of things just from changing some of the components of their diet. Of course, when we test them for allergy we pull those things out to and the picture gets even better. So your body has to tell us what we need to do to maximize the outcome maternal Philip acid intake before and during early conception may reduce the risk of autism. Great study. The American journal clinical nutrition terrific journal, the department of public health sciences university of California Davis in Sacramento. A study involving families enrolled that charge childhood autism risk from environment study from two thousand three onward found that women that took full ACC acid in and around in before and the time of conception. They had a significant reduction in autism spectrum disorder in their offspring included were families of children who had families who had a child with autism spectrum disorder fortune twenty nine of them or some developmental delays. So important to understand that full of gas is important for the mom for the developing fetus, we've all heard about b twelve referred about full casted helping to prevent neural tube defects that been around for probably forty or fifty years in medical research. But certainly a pregnant woman needs to have lots of good things on board. So that the fetus can develop in the most healthy fashion. 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01:58 min | 3 years ago

"american journal clinical nutrition." Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"'cause you need to be vitamins to create energy out of food, and you can never truly get enough of all eight b vitamins, even from the best food. They proven us. But and people over fifty multivitamins help prevent disease. I mean, you don't normally develop a disease when you five or thirty if you're eating right? And you're getting exercise taking care of your stress you getting enough sleep. You don't normally develop a disease, but once you hit your fifties. Diseases become more and more common, and that's multivitamins become incredibly important. So in this study from nineteen ninety nine twenty years ago people between fifty five ninety five take a multivitamin was preventing a heart attack and July two thousand nine ten years ago. It's a study of almost seventy eight thousand people in Washington DC in Washington to state of Washington. I almost said she in Washington state, seventy eight thousand people between fifty to seventy six if you took a multivitamin when you were older it reduced your risk of dying from heart disease by sixteen percent. And if it had. Sufficient vitamin E in it like the invite performance multi it reduce your risk of dying from disease by twenty eight percent. So now many as later the year two thousand fourteen five years ago. It's American journal clinical nutrition day studied day day released a study for Nakara Lynch institute at showed simply taking a multi-vitamin over time protected women from heart attacks, it was over thirty thousand women between the ages of forty nine to eighty three when you typically suffer with a heart attack. You don't only get a heart attack when you're forty. So how can you prevent a heart attack would've vitamin when you're forty one? You don't get him. Anyway, that's ridiculous. But when you're over fifty that's when you start to get heart attacks when you're in your sixties and seventies..

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08:10 min | 3 years ago

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"Muscle pain or other injuries massage can help relieve the pain, so you can get back to your regular exit exercise programs. So any of you guys who are thinking about it? Just go ahead. You know, massage can be a huge benefit. You could always call our office at four zero one two four five eight seven eight four and will lead you to the right? Massage therapist because they all specialize in different areas. Whether it's sports more intuitive type of massage that Carol does or it's, you know, athletes, more that Alan does, you know? Well, we'll get you that right information. So what are the five foods that I'm gonna tell you to stay away for them for I think, you guys already know this. But you know, we have to be careful with sugar a two thousand seven it'll Italian study published by the American journal clinical nutrition showed a correlation between increase takes in foods with a high glycemic index and breast cancer sugar is just one of many high glycemic index foods, including baked goods, candy, pasta, an other refined carbohydrates foods with a high glycemic index are those that have a significant impact on the blood sugar blood glucose rises, the body releases the hormone insulin when insulin is high in the in the bloodstream also known as hyperinsulinemia. Nia? It also increases the level of circulating free estrogen. Moreover, breast tissue both cancerous and normal contain insulin receptors when the insulin or estrogen attached to these receptors it causes cell division, which bells disaster for breast cancer, some natural plant foods are considered to have a high glycemic index. I tend to believe that, you know, fruits, although there high in sugar they're high in mono SaK rights, they're not high in type of sugar that's in a Hershey bar. So you get a lot of nutrients and compounds that you need from fruit. So who has ever out there saying that fruit is too high and sugar? I would totally disagree. Then you have to be careful for what a call hetero. Cyclic means. We've talked about that more on the show before it's basically when you're grilling is frequently touted as that healthiest way to cook beat this may not be so grilling certain animal. Proteins the high temperatures can increase hetero. Cyclic a means were which are mutagenic cancer causing compound. According to the cancer project. The worst offenders included well done chicken breasts while done steak, pork, salmon and well done hamburger. So when you see the the black part when you're grilling. That's the heterosexual means what you can do to control that is cut the meet up smaller and cook it quicker, but don't cook it till it's like the black part. And I know some of you are saying, oh, that's the best part. Well, you know, there's a price to pay. So be careful high fat animal products, high fat diet raises estrogen and prolapse in levels, which in turn give rise to hormone dependent cancers such as breast cancer and Endo metro cancer. Many commonly consumed animal products are not only rich and fat in general, but in cholesterol containing saturated fat, which is the type that is. Extremely problematic for health the bottom line. Will you need some fat in your diet? Get it from avocado seats knots do not use margins. I actually did my feces on trans fatty acids back in the nineteen late nine days. And my teacher didn't even think my professor didn't even think that that was a good subject. But I found a lot of information out of Europe. And who knew years later, many years later, maybe like twelve years later people started talking about trans fats, and they are connected to causing cancer. So you're better off just having olive oil or real butter in my opinion. So now, we're going to dairy, and you know, of course, when I say that since mall amounts, not large amounts and in order to maintain production dairy, farmers ply their milk producing animals with all kinds of hormones and Cam. Nichols. One of these chemicals is called RGB GBH, which is commonly used an American. Dairy cattle cows milk treated with our GBH has higher levels of another hormone, insulin growth factor. I g f one this hormone is naturally present in humans and it regulates cell differentiation and division. Studies linked elevated levels of IT f- want to increase risk of breast cancer. So if you're gonna have dairy you can or you've been diagnosed, and you think maybe it's not a good idea for you. Or maybe we decide together it's not a good. There's I did a blog on all the different types of milks that are out there now. And I believe I titled it dairy free is trending here is why you can get that on my website on their harm new food dot com under the blog tap, and then artificial sweeteners, God don't get me started. I see people drinking diet sodas way too much. And it's not working guys. So when you consume a diet type of sugar are fake sugar artificial sugar semantics, whatever you wanna call it. It is actually going to raise your insulin levels, very high the reason being even though there's no calories. There's actually it's it's so much weaker than just regular teaspoon of sugar that has sixteen calories. Okay. So it's going to spike those insulin levels. If you are overweight are ready now, those levels are going to go into what we call hyperinsulinemia, which insulin a hormone and insulin too much insulin and our bloodstream can actually cause weight gain. So you can gain weight from drinking diet coke believe it or not. And there's been many many cases where I've had people drink like they were drinking. They I didn't have them. They were already at a regular basis drinking either diet soda or the diet vitamin. Water or they're drinking a diet drink that they don't really even realize has splendor. Or what have you in it? And I show then, you know, anything that says, oh, Allah, and like arith- retrial or sore batali that's a sugar alcohol. That's another type of fake sugar, very bad for you causes a lot of GI distress. And a lot of people, and they don't even realize that's why they're having GI distress. So say away from the artificial sugars, and you know, have a little bit of Honey, there's a huge study out of our own university of Rhode Island that said Honey is very good for the immune system. All right. So foods that may actually be good for us and decrease the risk of cancer is what we're going to talk about necks. And I just want to mention a little story one time when I was working in the hospital years ago. There was a gentleman in the hospital for GI distress. It was really bad. He was kept having, you know, a lot of loose stool, I know. Not a great topic. But a lot of things like not feeling well, not be eating things. And then not just not feeling good at also they did a huge work on him spent thousands and thousands of dollars, and they still didn't know it was wrong. I went in the room. He was eating Sorbo tall candies. Like a whole box a day. That was the problem. So keep your eyes open be aware. And we will be right back. Bluecross blueshield believes everyone should have access to healthcare. That's why are companies are investing community by community for the health of America. Learn more at BC BS, congress health dot com. The Blue Cross Blue shield association is an association of independent locally operated. Bluecross blueshield companies.

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02:17 min | 3 years ago

"american journal clinical nutrition." Discussed on 710 WOR

"Points, six points, which is amazing to me. So I'll explain the difference between those two blood pressure figures. The top figure is Sicily. The bottom figure is diet stole Sicily over digestible normally it's maybe one hundred and twenty over eighty or one hundred and ten over seventy mine tends to run about one hundred and twenty over seventy. So it's pretty good for my age. And. The top figure is one heart is actively pushing out blood. That's primary job working as a pump pump blood out eighty times a minute. So does not much time to rest in between those beats eighty times a minute less than a fraction of a second. And. The bottom figure is the diocese. All and that's really important because that's one heart refilling what blood and between beats and it's getting a really tiny tiny tiny rest if that bottom figures elevated, it's very dangerous heart snuck getting rest, it's getting really stressed out. And that's really strongly correlated with stroke risk. So lowering that top thing here by thirteen points, indicates that the blood vessels are opening up more, successfully when heart pumps blood. It's being pumped through the big blood vessels called offers to your brain, and your kidneys, and your organs and your muscles etcetera. And if the blood vessels don't pop open, which takes a lot of energy, by the way. Twelve dilation if they don't pop open that's called resistance. The heart has to sweep the blood through pressure is coming up. So that top figure is showing that the blood vessels are working much better, which is similar to the effects that the beach has on people who are exercising improving. The flow of blood on the muscles. The bottom figure winter when a winner at shows that you lowering the risk of stroke. So this is the beach and blood pressure there. Here's the torch cherry. Here's the torch cherry. That's from Northumbria university. Which is all also in the UK. It's also in England. That's the American journal clinical nutrition. These are men with early stages.

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"american journal clinical nutrition." Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:04 min | 3 years ago

"american journal clinical nutrition." Discussed on 710 WOR

"Three times a day at blocks the absorption would cluster on such fat from your food. And that's a good thing. You could take it along the lower your cholesterol, it absolutely works. Or you could take it. What you're studying drugs. You could do it either way. So here's another study. This is a Washington University school of medicine. Published in the journal the American journal clinical nutrition, which is the journal of the American society for nutrition. And they took people at high cholesterol and gave them cheryl's two thousand milligrams a day. And lowered their bed cholesterol significantly lowered their LDL cholesterol significantly. But here's the thing. It showed how it worked. It blocked the absorption of cholesterol from your food by up to thirty percent on average at blocked the absorption of cholesterol from their food by twenty five percent. And it increased the excretion of cholesterol from their intestines by seventy four percent. So that's mechanistic. I mean approves that they work. So here's the hospital day Powrie, Hoppy two-day Powrie. It's in Paris, France. Current medical research. Two thousand three hundred and Seventy-six Parisians with high cholesterol. Their average age was fifty six. They put them on stairwells and their total cholesterol dropped by eleven percent. They're good cholesterol increased by eight percent and their bad cholesterol fell by fifteen percent. I have a lot of studies like that. I have a lot of studies like lifetime. So here's a review it's in a British journal of nutrition. It's division of human nutrition wedging engine university over in the Netherlands, and they're looking at one hundred and twenty four studies on stat steamrolls on stairwells not starting stairwells. That tells you there's an awful lot of human clinical trials looking at one hundred and twenty four studies on plant sterols. Did they work? Yes. Absolutely one capsule three times a day, gradually, reduced LDL bad cholesterol concentrations on average by twelve percent. So some people might have been ten percent other people it might have been fifteen percents, but it worked it absolutely works. So here's the a meta analysis looking at a portfolio diet, a meta analysis a portfolio diet. Contains four things that have been absolutely proven to lower cholesterol. Four things that lower cholesterol journal progress and cardiovascular diseases, it's a team. That set out to update the European association for the study of diabetes the clinical practice guidelines for the medical doctors sort of portfolio diet is a plant based diet that emphasizes four clinically validated cholesterol, lowering foods every day. Okay. If you have these foods everyday. It's clinically proven validated. It's absolutely proven to lower your cholesterol. Forty two grams of tree nuts or peanuts. Now. Forty two grams is announcing a half an ounce and a half of tree nuts cashews. Walnuts. Pecans? Fifty grams of protein from. Lagoons or pulses so fifty grams of protein from like chick peas or beans or lentils. Twenty grams of fiber should I be oats barley, silly, apples oranges, berries and two grams of plant sterols. So this is the portfolio diet to lower your cholesterol and lower your blood pressure, and it's validated and many human clinical trials. This is what they preach in Europe before going to a twelve astatine and similar stone. Not. Looms or pulses? Cyber fiber and plant sterols. There's no doubt about it. So who believe in plant sterols who believe plant sterols? I I went into a whole bunch of websites to see who believed in plant sterols. I went into the American Heart Association website. The American Medical Association website, the Harvard Medical school's website, the Yale medical school website. The mayo clinic website the Cleveland Clinic website. UCLA NYU Cornell Columbia University, they all agree. Plant sterols work showed us, the American pharmaceutical society. So does the American nursing association? They all agreed the American the American Heart Association. The American Medical Association. All agree. A better diet exercise and stairwells works as well as statins to lower your cholesterol, and it should be tried first. That's not what's happening. So here is Robert in Ramsey New Jersey, he was having pain from LIPA, torso. He had lowered the dosage and both. He and the doctor were afraid that his cholesterol would jump back up. So what he did with his doctor's knowledge. He added the stairwells to a lower dose of Lipitor LIPA at Tova stuck. I lowered my dose of Lipitor from twenty milligrams to ten milligrams because of the side effects stairwells kept my LDL cholesterol below seventy am I total cholesterol below one hundred forty my HDL's at eighty my triglycerides are fifty my doctor, and I are very happy. His mirror in New York City. And nine months, you're stairwells lowered my LDL cholesterol from one hundred ninety five to one hundred twenty nine. Now, I do not need to take statin drugs. Here's a Florence dare. Jerry. I've been taking your stairwells your cardio h action your fficials for six months. My total cholesterol dropped significantly my bad cholesterol went from one hundred and forty seven to one hundred seventeen and my good cholesterol went up ten points. That's beautiful. I'm telling you this stuff works. Okay. We have to go to a break are steroids, Ron special very safe way to lower your bad cholesterol. It absolutely works and over the course of three to six months, it gets better and better and better and better you can use them alone. Or you can use them. What you're starting drudge or you could use them. What you've I tore doesn't matter. The stairwells one capsule would have similar about five to ten minutes before each meal..

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"american journal clinical nutrition." Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:35 min | 3 years ago

"american journal clinical nutrition." Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Bringing you the next generation of health information here the healthiest two hours on radio. Our diet tip of the week. The snowman says stop having intimate dinners for two unless of course, there's another person at the table beside you a lot of people eat for two people, and they're they're only eating for themselves. All right. You've heard of people being put on life support when faced with a health or medical crisis. But there's also something that will enhance your life possibly making it longer and healthier. And you can do it yourself put yourself on a health span support nutrient program like those found in televised. And here to tell us more is the formulator of televised. Rob Martin, rob. Let's let's go nutrient by nutrient if we have time just very briefly and talk about the fourteen key nutrients in this formula the formula that's going to lengthen telomeres, and and it's fully researched and tell us why these are so effective and doing that. Yes. A new you hit on important issue before that ingredients for productivity evidence-based. The ingredients have to be identical to the study in terms of the form of the ingredient and the potency precise. Unfortunately starts you products out there like that. But everything we haven't hit thirty nine ingredients are evidence based let specifically at the him. Promote is this all listed on the website? We get all that all those addresses later, but we're totally transparent. We're the most transparent people you'll see everything about the product the supplement packs on and on and on. Plus, I have a video library with all sorts of issues related to this. Okay. You were talking about vitamin d now you have to be up at the two thousand are you level of vitamin d to have an impact on telomeres studies? Tell us this incredible study from two thousand seven and this is in the American journal clinical nutrition, they looked at twenty one hundred sixty women, and it was it was amazing how high of vitamin d levels were related to. Fewer aging related changes in their DNA. But guess what they would more likely to have longer telomeres, in fact, five years different in telomere, h that's just one ingredient a five year difference in telling your agent, in fact, we we also get the same study with the same result, we green tea, but what's interesting here in another study here, they say, the researchers say our data suggested vitamin d may improve telomere maintenance and prevent cells senescence. Now, we talked to all right? Yes. Counteract the celebration of cellular agent raspberry troll. Of course, we all know that it's the longevity nutrient were nutraceutical why people drink red wine. But unfortunately, it takes what thirty or three hundred glasses of red wine to give you an effective daily dose. Right. Yeah. Yeah. You'll liberal blow up. Exactly that's for sure. So we have the raspberry. I don't have to be labor that everyone knows that. It's a powerful life extending ingredient. Then we have things like elk harnessing, you're not gonna see CARNOT saying in a multivitamin, but we have it because it has been shown to protect and Layton telomeres. It's a wonderful ingredient. It's fights collide -cation, which we could do a whole other show, right? Very dangerous thing they've been your body. And so it's fight stack. But it also will extend those that we have natural wonderful under the great detoxify as Clara Clara, one of the reasons, it'd be toxic side. So well, the cleans your cells because it clears out damage DNA including telomere lengths late today. It's a it's a remarkable substance. And so we have it in their again, all based on research studies, not just you know, hippy dippy do. All right. The next house that grape seed polyphenols now OPEC, those are the active ingredients grapeseed polyphenyls, they are perhaps amongst probably one two or three most powerful natural substances. We know and these old PC's really I have a tremendous impact on your DNA. And you're telling me you're late for tickets oxidative stress free radicals. And so it's in there like museums in there. It is a wonder substance also, and it among many things magnesium. Does it really helps your body repair damage DNA, very important in telomere lengthening, El Nino, other ingredients combinations of ingredients like, for example, when you put Luccin dancing and vitamin steets together, which we have in there that also is associated with longer tell them you're late in elderly people. Should we want to help people that are not just twenty five years old and running marathons in looking like ATI built us? We we're dealing with people had a baby boomers and seniors. And I'm particularly interested in looking at studies that impact them, not not, you know, young Jim rats, and all I'm looking at studies professor Bruno that really impact people in the middle years and an elderly. That's what people need to help and prevention and help, and you know, a lot of people, rob if I could just energy. A lot of people listening saying, oh, my doctor says if I eat a good diet. I don't need supplements. Let me just. Talk about vegetables because nobody eats enough green vegetables. Right. And I'm looking at some of the ingredients and the televised product and a looting in particular, which you just mentioned also which is found in green vegetables. Here's my guideline for the amount of vegetables that people eat what people wanna do is double the amount then add twenty percent, and that's probably the right amount of vegetables. They actually need to be eating for optimal health. Nobody eats enough. And the average American gets like twelve percent of the recommended daily number of servings of vegetables, they they really need for good health. So it's wise to as an insurance policy to take something like this, which you're going to get and Latinas great for eyesight and a lot of formulas contain it. So I mean, there's so many. And you don't get vitamin wrist unscrewing all the separate bottles. I mean, this would cost you five times more than if you bought all these things separately. Right. I mean, there's no doubt about it. And there's a lot of things to be healthy vision, CNN, Sandton and other ingredients are and all of the the great probably funeral things. They would degrade seeds and all that we have in here that will help division, and you you recommend that you take what I took to this morning of the televised. And then I wouldn't take one with lunch. So is that about the right spacing of it? Everybody's different. I mean, it's in three small tablets, as you know. And they're easy to swallow and pharmaceutical grade some people who eat three meals take one with each meal that way you keep your blood levels up throughout the day. Right nutrients, you know, discipline, certainly. Some more than others. Dissipate. Quickly spread it out. Okay. Everyone's different. Okay. Well, this is this is interesting. I have an article in front of me about slashing stress with mid day. B's meaning B-vitamins adrenal glands. Release hormones called glucocorticoid, which I'm sure you're familiar with that help you sell through the day hectic days by raising your spirits coming your nerves and shielding your brain from negative effects of the hormone cortisol. The problem is that because corticosteroid released dips in the middle of the day leaving you feeling stressed and kind of edgy Japanese..

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"american journal clinical nutrition." Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"american journal clinical nutrition." Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Medicine. A very happy new year to neighbor to celebrate New Year's and Yom Kippur during the high holy days. Our number eight seven seven seven two six eight to five five we'll be taking some of your phone calls relatives have some interesting stories queued up for you. A suggestion that maybe if you wanna have a seen child that maybe you should put an ice pack in your shorts. I kid you not the study will blow your mind when I share with you. But I. Let's talk about some of the stories in this week's American journal of clinical nutrition. There's some goodies one is a study that looks at either a low carbohydrate high protein diets war. The use of omega three supplements for both together. Versus type two diabetes. And there's been a lot of buzz about low carb diets Lucar diets kill you very misleading headlines. And so let's dispel some of them in the study. The people a low carb diet for they fish oil for the Maluku diet, plus fish oil. They compared to diabetic sue. Were control group. They weren't on the low carb diet. Here's what they found. Both the low carb diet and the fish oil official alone without any dietary change improved markers of sugar metabolism such as hemoglobin ANC and fasting glucose, but when they were used together as a one two punch. Hello, carbohydrate diet, plus fish oil. The results were even better. And the suggestion here is that follow that low carb diet. Take some fish oil along with it for your diabetes. And yet another study. In the self-same American journal clinical nutrition effects of low carb BRUCE'S, low fat diet. Type two diabetes. And here's what they found. The low fat diets. Was trumped. If you'll excuse the expression by the low carb diet in this study it oh, by the way, you look to the details of the study. And this wasn't much of a low carb diet. It was dietary carbohydrate restriction. To a maximum of forty percent. That's not really a very very stringent, low, carb diet, imagine. The results would have been if they'd gone very slow carb diet as we sometimes put our patients with type two diabetes. Our societies our success without approach is remarkable. And yes, we throw in some fish oil. And this study about the benefits of breastfeeding breastfeeding controversial in terms of the benefits. Some people say reduces allergies of people say that it improves the IQ kids. Studies come and go supporting for disputing those contentions. But here's one. It says that breastfeeding for up to twelve months. Was associated with what's.

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"american journal clinical nutrition." Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:39 min | 3 years ago

"american journal clinical nutrition." Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Health information here the healthiest two hours on radio. Our diet tip of the week. The snowman says stop having intimate dinners for two unless of course, there's another person at the table beside you a lot of people eat for two people, and they're they're only eating for themselves. All right. You've heard of people being put on life support when faced with a health or medical crisis. But there's also something that will enhance your life possibly making it longer and healthier. And you can do it yourself put yourself on a health span support nutrient program like those found in televised. And here to tell us more is the formulator of rob Martin, rob. Let's let's go nutrient by nutrient if we have time just very briefly and talk about the fourteen key nutrients in this formula that televised formula that's going to lengthen telomeres, and and it's fully researched and tell us why these are so effective in doing that. Yes, new you hit on important issue before about that ingredients has to be for product to be evidence. Based ingredients have to be identical to display in terms of the form of the ingredient and the potency precise. Unfortunately few products out there like that. But everything we haven't here all studying at ingredients are evidence based let's let's tell him you promote. What is this all listed on the website? We give it all that almost addresses later. But we're totally transparent. We're the most transparent people you'll see everything about the product the supplement facts on and on and on plus I have a video library where all sorts of issues related to this. Okay. You were talking about vitamin d now you have to be up at the two thousand how you level of vitamin d to have an impact on telomeres studies. Tell us here. There's an incredible study in two thousand seven and this is in the American journal clinical nutrition, they looked at twenty one hundred sixty women, and it was it was amazing how high of vitamin d levels were related to fewer aging related changes in their DNA. But guess what they would more likely to have longer telomeres, in fact, five year difference in telomere aged? That's just one ingredient a five year difference in telling your agent. In fact, we also get the same study with the same result, we green tea, but what's interesting here in another study here, they say, the researchers say our data suggested vitamin d may improve telomere maintenance and prevent cell senescence. Now, we talked to all right? Yes. Yes. Counteract the celebration of cellular agent raspberry troll. Of course, we all know that as the longevity nutrient were nutraceutical, why people drink red wine. But unfortunately, it takes what thirty or three hundred glasses of red wine to give you an effective daily dose. Right. Yeah. Yeah. Well, you're liberal blow up. Exactly that's for sure. So we have the rest virtual I don't have to be labor that everyone knows that. It's a powerful life extending ingredient. Then we have things like elk harnessing, you're not gonna see how Karna saying in a multivitamin, but we have it because it has been shown to protect and Layton telomeres. It's a wonderful ingredient. It's fights like -cation, which we could do a whole other show. Right. Very dangerous thing they've been your body. And so it's fights that but it also will extend those Taliban. So we have natural wonderful one of the great detoxify as Clara Clara, one of the reasons it'd be toxic to so well cleaned your cells because it clears out damage they were selling the DNA including telomere length. Late-inning? It's a it's a remarkable substance. And so we have it in their again, all based on research studies. Not just you know, hippy dippy do. All right. The next. How 'bout grape seed pod? Females now OTC those are the active ingredients grapeseed polyphenyls, they are perhaps amongst probably one to three most powerful natural substances. We know and these PC's really have a tremendous impact on your DNA and tell them you're late for tickets from oxidative stress free radicals. And so it's in there like museums in their made easier, it's a wonder substance also, and it long many things magnesium. Does it really helps your body repair damage DNA, very important in telomere lengthening, L other ingredients combinations of ingredients. Like, for example, when you put Luccin Johnson and vitamin seats together. Right, which we have in there that also is associated with longer tell them you're late and elderly people. We should we want to help people that are not just twenty five years old and running marathons and looking like bodybuilders, we we're dealing with people had a baby boomers and seniors. And I'm particularly interested in looking at studies that impact them not, you know, young Jim rats, and all I'm looking at studies professor Bruno that really impact people in the middle years and an elderly. That's where people need to help and prevention and help, and you know, a lot of people, rob if I could just interject here a lot of people listening saying, oh, my doctor says if I eat a diet, I don't need supplements. Let me just. Talk about vegetables because nobody eats enough green vegetables. Right. And I'm looking at some of the ingredients and the televised product and Luton in particular, which you just mentioned also which is found in green vegetables. Here's my guideline for the amount of vegetables that people eat what people want to do is double the amount then add twenty percent, and that's probably the right amount of vegetables. They they actually need to be eating for optimal health, nobody eats enough. And the average American gets like twelve percent of the recommended daily number of servings of vegetables, they they really need for good health. So it's wise to as an insurance policy to take something like this, which you're gonna get the and Latinas great for eyesight and a lot of formulas contain it. So I mean, there's so many, and you don't get vitamin wrist unscrewing all the separate bottles. I mean, this would cost you five times more than if you bought all these things separately. Right. I mean, you know, there's no doubt about. And there's a lot of things that'll help you visualize Sandton and other ingredients and all of the the great probably funeral things degrade seats and all of that we have in here will help vision, and you recommend that you take what I took to this morning of the televised. And then I can take one with lunch. So is that about the right spacing of it? Everybody's different. I mean, it's in three small tablets, as you know. And they're easy to swallow and pharmaceutical grade some people who eat three meals, you can take one with each meal that where you keep your blood levels up throughout the day. Right nutrients, you know, distant certainly some more than others. The water soluble dissipate quickly spread it out. Okay. Everyone's different. Okay. Well, this is this is interesting. I have an article in front of me about slashing stress with mid day. B's meaning B-vitamins adrenal glands. Release hormones called glucocorticoid, which I'm sure you're familiar with that help you sell through the day hectic days by raising your spirits coming your nerves and shielding your brain from negative effects of the hormone cortisol. The problem is that glucocorticoid release dips in the middle of the day leaving you feeling stressed in kind of edgy Japanese. Researchers say taking a B complex vitamin at lunch stimulates glucocorticoid production in as little.

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Sucralose decreases insulin sensitivity in healthy subjects: a randomized controlled trial

Intelligent Medicine

03:17 min | 4 years ago

Sucralose decreases insulin sensitivity in healthy subjects: a randomized controlled trial

"We're on a roll here talking about diabetes. And here's an interesting study back in the day, Dr Atkins. We have to knowledge was a true pioneer in treating diabetes with a low carb diet. He was a student of Banting Banting was a British guy who cured his diabetes and obesity with a very low carb diet that happened in the nineteenth century, and since then they've been studying low carb diets for modifying, overweight, insulin resistance and diabetes. But one of the bones that had to pick. With the late great, Dr Robert Atkins who might who knew personally quite well was that he was permissive of the use of splendor. 'cause he wanted to give his patients to break something. Sweet. Okay. It's synthetic. He wasn't a fan of NutraSweet. It wasn't a fan of saccharin. But the then relatively new sweetener splendor appeared innocuous and didn't seem to create a lot of problems and gave patients a little bit of mouth field of something that was gratifying. A synthetic sugar that could be zero calorie. But here's a concern just raised about sucralose, which is splendid in American journal clinical nutrition. This randomized controlled trial involved healthy subjects, and what they found was that individuals who got a lotta sucralose in this experiment. Showed a significant decrease in insulin sensitivity. So that's called insulin resistance. Insulin resistance is. When the insulin that you make. Is ineffective. It just doesn't work at the cellular level and high levels of insulin tend to suck the fat on prevent weight loss. Encourage weight gain at our pathway to type two diabetes. So the conclusion of the study sucralose may have effects on glucose metabolism and our study compliments findings previously reported and other trials. So there you have it. There is no free ride when it comes to sweeteners at the very least sweeteners will perk. The appetite. For sweet foods, and they may be even the thirty zero calorie. They may be gateway drugs back to sugar, and in the case of sucralose that's early case of NutraSweet NutraSweet seems to disrupt the microbiome in such a way that has metabolic effects and may encourage development of obesity and diabetes. So. Sure. Had he been aware of this. If he were alive today, the Dr Atkins would. Apply correction and renounce splendor as part of his dietary program for treatment of

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