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"american journal clinical nutrition" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

12:35 min | 1 year 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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"american journal clinical nutrition" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:39 min | 1 year 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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"american journal clinical nutrition" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"american journal clinical nutrition" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Which is basically what it is. Right. And I think that you know, if people wanna eat fiber toilet paper, if they want Metamucil they can fill their got up, but there's no benefit to that. And the misleading part here is around the healthy in art meta-analyses, stating the people who are being more fiber healthy. There were few things said before that I'd like to dress. So we don't lose them as well. So you also mentioned the idea that. That meeting depression, this is pretty close to a heart. And I think that we should not gloss over this. This is again, I would argue strongly healthy user bias people. Think more meet are people who are doing less behaviors we cannot control for this. We cannot control for the idea that people who more meat are smoking more exercising less in the sun. Less are being less overall healthy behaviors this does not mean festivals around the it doesn't mean that meat is causing depression. That's absurd. These are not real. Is not useful studies. I. The the healthier bias is so strong the dissected out carefully. Now, if you you said that if meet were curing, depression, or meet were helping depression that we would not see this correlation. I would argue that is completely false. That's completely wrong. Because people that eat more eat eat more me, there's not as nothing like a carnivorous diet as I mentioned earlier perhaps can elaborate on this a diet is about the idea that perhaps humans evolved to eat meat as the primary food the plants can be survival food, but have many anti nutrients, which may be causing issues. We can't look at any diet or any series of diets or any survey of people who are eating more meat and saying that that is like because that is nothing like a carnivorous diet. There's nothing like a kind of died about eating meat, plus plants. What we're talking about? Here is the idea that eating meats without plans may remove these plant toxins in that the removal of the plant toxins may in fact, be what is so. Beneficial for people, and I was we will argue for that. I'm sure later ad nauseam. Right. But the meat itself being healing. Sure. You can make an argument that meat is very nutrient dense it has much higher more bioavailable nutrient. I don't think you would disagree with that. And that the meat in an animal if you eat knows the tail you can't just eat the animal meat. You can't see the muscle if the whole animal can provide all the nutrients that human needs. So there's really no benefit vegetables would be my argument, and what we are arguing now is around the fiber issue. And I am saying there's no benefit to fiber. There's potentially harm in a few studies where they're adding Metamucil. So there's no benefit to fiber there. Now, we look further at the fiber people might say, there's this whole argument that I would like to address quickly on Patrick has talked about this. This is very much. This is very much discussed on in like a popular press. The idea that you need fiber because of gut diversity or because of the mucus layer in the gut. So these I would say are not supported there's no evidence that you actually need fiber four diversity in the gun or a mucus layer are healthy epithelial barrier in the gastrointestinal tract. So there is a study that I will point to which does that fiber did actually not increase the diversity in in a population. This interventional trial is not anecdote, but I will add to it that in my own experience an experience of clients people that I've worked with fiber does not increase diversity and people who are. Checking recite actually have seen an increase again Santos small numbers. But I think it's still valuable. So this study is dietary fiber invention on gut microbiome composition healthy adults. Systematic meta analysis two thousand eighteen American journal clinical nutrition says dietary fiber intervention particularly involving from tans relax while ago. Soccer rides does not lead to an increase in alpha..

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"american journal clinical nutrition" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:04 min | 1 year 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 WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

03:32 min | 1 year 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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Sucralose decreases insulin sensitivity in healthy subjects: a randomized controlled trial

Intelligent Medicine

03:17 min | 2 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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"american journal clinical nutrition" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"american journal clinical nutrition" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Proteins if it's not working the way it's supposed to the amyloid plaques that are the hallmark of Alzheimer's can begin to form, and but that's the same process whether it's the the. Brain whether it's the heart or whether it's the lung so you're nitric oxide affects, all the systems moon system that affects tissues so remember I said just before, we broke there's a double edged, sword with nitric oxide it's, worthy of mentioning that this double edged sword the. Nature of nitric oxide is one it's applied to certain types of cancers A signaling molecule metric oxide can cause cancer. Cells to destroy themselves as let's say a process. Called up, toasts but it can also promote the growth of blood, vessels is called angiogenesis which cancer needs to grow so. You, got to have blood supply, so? But woman who has breast cancer or any other type of cancer for the, tumor to grow you have to have blood supply again that's the process called angiogenesis and if the nitric oxide level is too high or if it's not, being used properly it can, be either pro or anticancer depending on the concentrations. And also by the way the type of tumor not all tumors are. That way but we, have to be very, careful so if a woman came in for. Example and she had a a highly vascular is. A breast tumor there's no way that. We would prescribe high levels certain levels Yes high levels of nitric oxide there was a recent review of the effects of nitrate, consumption which is part of this whole thing it was, done in the American journal clinical nutrition. And the research showed the beneficial, effects on, blood pressure and arterial stiffness and so forth and so on, but again we have to be careful relative to. Its other Pathways, so plant foods in including foods and chocolate and red wine, provide these things called polyphenols and there are other compounds as well they can, increase metric oxide production in the body along many different. Pathways are Janine isn't amino acid and it's one that, we recommend particularly for guys that are having erectile dysfunction and. Other things along that nature. It's it's it's. Critical, that you know that we. Put things in balance regardless of you know what the condition, is not every shoe fits every foot. And it's the same thing with nutrition or neurological, applications acupuncture is not necessarily a broad brush across the board but you need to take it all into..

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"american journal clinical nutrition" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"american journal clinical nutrition" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Your blood pressure's one hundred and thirty. Five over eighty five that's. Bringing the top down to one hundred twenty five I mean. That's pretty reasonable and that. Would bring the bottom forget down, to like normal like eighty s seventy nine. I just did the math quickly so it's probably not a thousand percent accurate Here's a study on. Beat route as university of. Reading oh we're still across the, pond university of reading of courses in England The English called, the, Atlantic, Ocean the pond or at least they, used to when I. Was a, kid Maryland I was. Born in Middleton county cork Ireland. All the way into south. Of parliament a little coastal village it's beautiful just beautiful beet root they made it into a Jewish they gave it to people men. And women would high blood. Pressure had a real dynamic effect gender journal of nutrition at Lord atop figure thirteen points at lowered the bottom figure? Seventeen points. Do you, know how much that. Would lower your risk of a stroke or a heart. Attack, or in the future having dementia I mean that's a huge impact I have other studies the journal hypertension that's one of journals of the American Heart Association that's. The London medical school in. London medical school of course would be hey these are all across the pond on internal hypertension and Pete route lowered? Blood pressure. Ten points, I mean it's consistent Edge consistent But they're finding. Other things they're finding people who get beat route and foods like tar, cherry Even if they have. A damaged. Heart it improves their physical performance even people at. Heart failure it improves their performance that's amazing there was just a straight came out, with. That it shouldn't a journal. A cardiac failure as from Indiana University Purdue University in Indianapolis Indiana And people with. Heart failure they had heart attacks they have damaged heart when they gave them beat, root And improved their ability. To, exercise you know, in heart failure hearts. Damaged usually by heart attack, and it's just not pumping blood well. So you're fatigued it's hard to breathe we call. That this Neil you're out. Of breath, all the time it's hard to exercise and the capacity to exercise. That's a real key factor. I mean that's linked to their quality of life even survival in these patients. So they gave him. Beach even these people were damaged hearts for exercising powder So they did a. Study and one thousand three. Hundred women older women older seventy to eighty five Over a fifteen year period consuming ingredients and beet root strongly lowered their risk it dying. From haunting the arteries strongly lowered their, risk, of dying from haunting the arteries at. St. American journal clinical nutrition has. A lot about beach, torture and I'm just gonna encapsulated real quick. I didn't read all the studies, I've got about fifteen obviously won the beet root with the tart, cherry powder is low in. Sugar so it's fine. If you're a, diabetic or you're on. A diet it's very low in sugar it's, not. Sugar. Beets it's red beach and it's tart cherry it's not some kind of sweet cherry pie cherry okay So, it's very long carp but as very rich. And all those read things from, the beach which is a vegetable should a beta lane beta science, at from the tar cherries. Which are anthocyanins and. Anthocyanins these things, you great for you. Heart degrade for your circulation they're finding that. These. Things Do a quantum shift in, your physical performance you're going to perform in, a much higher level you're going to be, tougher and stronger and, you're going to be able to perform at a. Higher level for much longer time but you're going to recover from the exercise much better without the pains hopefully without the muscle. Cramps hopefully because while you're, doing the physical performance whether it's tennis or running or lifting weights, the the beech-nut torture you're also clearing the acids out of your muscles the essence are the things that can..

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"american journal clinical nutrition" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"american journal clinical nutrition" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"What's it gonna do for me what it did you know for for the guys in in Denmark, it looked like it was starting to move the needle on their fatty liver. So. They were not actually randomized for their liver fat. The guys that took an are turned out to have starting liver fat. That was not as bad as the people were on placebo, but they got a two percent drop in their in their liver fat and placebo got point two percent drop. So that was at it achieved a peeve of point one, three. So not a point five where you plant your flag and you say definitively, you know, cleared, fatty liver, but it looks like it started to move the needle on fatty liver. And so that's exciting for future clinical testing. Would that mean like if I had more than a couple of drinks at night and I, I don't drink that much like I have a glass of wine at the animals days Moscow meal or something like that. But could you add this into like a party stack, for example, or is that is that is that extending the results of that study little bit too far? Well, it's not directly addressed by that. Study because it wasn't really an alcohol study a party stack concept. If I understand it correctly is like an acute thing. Yeah, like, how can I, how can I protect my my liver basically? Yeah, so it's not illogical put it this way. It's not an illogical idea would have to be clinically tested in order to, you know, if we want to measure the amount of acid outta high toxically that you have that could be done in a short term study, it wouldn't be terribly expensive to it would be easy to enroll a tell you, I, I live and work in in Iowa City, which is, you know, typically top five party schooling in the United States. So easy to enroll people in that in that study, it's not specifically been tested, but it's not an illogical thought, but long story short is this study. It just came out was a few days ago from mistaken in the American journal clinical nutrition. The the long story short is that you took. These obese men and you found that it not only produce profound improvements and their ability to be able to regulate blood glucose and insulin sensitivity and co. I didn't see that address it did not improve their. It didn't improve their insulin is what's it going in twelve weeks in twelve weeks? Is it going to change their body weight? Is it going to improve their insulin? Sensitivity is going to make that worse going to do something about their blood pressure, their their fatty liver. Anything else that we can measure and the things that the thing that it looked like it was acting as a primary. It looks like the first thing that we should have measured would be fatty liver. Okay, so so reduction in fatty liver. I Gotcha. I misunderstood. But if you do it for six months, right, you do for six months, we probably would have achieved. We potentially would have Cheever significance on fatty liver. And then at that point, they're going to start losing body, get those fat men with with with the. Healthier livers back in your lab for six months, man. Do it, call him back. Love to so bet, but I in, you know, I you needed twelve weeks to to assess safety. So you know, you got people have to remember. People get frustrated sometimes at the pace of clinical research, and sometimes I will long, it takes people complete, you know, enroll accrue the the people and and then you know, analyze the data and get the thing published, and people are frustrated how long it takes and how much money it cost to do this kind of research. But my God, I was in doing yeast experiments, you know, until into the twenty ten decade into this decade, in fact. And you know, we're suddenly in human being. So it's really early innings, but in terms of a wellness and like human performance and what's it gonna do for Ben greenfield, you know the question is how good is, you know are your record so g-o-v asleep journal. Do you have. Have you know performance logs of your of your five hundred meter split on a on a rower, you know, or something like that?.

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"american journal clinical nutrition" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"american journal clinical nutrition" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Seventeen points do you know how much that would lower your risk of a stroke or a heart attack or in the future i have other studies the journal hypertension that's one journals in the american heart association that's london medical school in london medical school of course would be in london haiti's role across the pundits on eternal hypertension and beat route lowered blood pressure ten points i mean it's consistent it's consistent but they're finding other things they're finding people who get beat root and foods like tart cherry even if they have a damaged heart it improves their physical performance even people heart failure it improves their performance that's amazing there was just a state that came out with that it's an internal a cardiac failure as from indiana university purdue university in indianapolis indiana and people with heart failure they had heart attacks damaged heart when they gave them beat root and improved their ability to exercise in heart failure to hearts damage usually by heart attack and it's just not pumping blood well so you're fatigued it's hard to breathe we call that this neil you're out of breath all the time it's hard to exercise and the capacity to exercise that's a real key factor i mean that's linked to their quality of life even survival in these patients so they found when they gave him beats even these people with damaged hearts for exercising putter so they did a study and one thousand three hundred women older women older seventy to eighty five over a fifteen year period consuming ingredients and beat root strongly lowered their risk dying from haunting the arteries strongly lower doers could for from haunting the arteries at the american journal clinical nutrition has a lot about beats torture and i'm just gonna encapsulated real quick i didn't read all the studies i've got about fifty obviously one the beet root with the tart cherry powder is low in sugar so it's fine if you're a diabetic or you're on a diet it's very low in sugar it's not sugar beets it's red beach and it's torture it's not some kind of sweet cherry pie cherry okay so it's very low and carp but it's very richard all those read things from the beach which is a vegetable so of beta lanes and beta signs at from the tar cherries which are anthocyanins and anthocyanins these things you great for you heart.

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"american journal clinical nutrition" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"american journal clinical nutrition" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Is a randomized double blind placebo controlled crossover trial for people that were average age of forty six years supplementation with olive leaf extract with which has the all european in it daily over the course of twelve weeks showed a fifteen percent improvement and insulin sensitivity compared to placebo and at twenty eight percent improvement in pancreatic beta cell responsiveness decrease of the interleukin inflammatory markers so pretty significant now on top of that if you correct your diet cut your carbs do the exercise we correct what could be declining hormones us some of the olive leaf you some of the fish oil correct vitamin d you know then your results become spectacular it's just adding all these good things on top of each other you know layering your body with correction for your nutrients in your hormones so again it's all about learning everything we can about your body and then fine tuning the picture dhea supplementation host to improve memory and reaction time in young adults this is the american journal clinical nutrition once again excellent study we've been saying the dha is important you know for the developing brain you know women that take fischel when they're pregnant the dha helps the brain of the developing fetus this is a great study involving healthy young adults between eighteen and forty five years of age supplementation with dha was found improve memory and reaction time of memory in a variety of the psychological studies so it seemed to improve memory a little bit more women compared to men but i think it's relatively small group compared to what we would call a bigger study if house in two thousand and five thousand people so i still think it makes a great deal.

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"american journal clinical nutrition" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"american journal clinical nutrition" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Nine two two to some great research on fish oil helping with heart rate variability this is a great study because it looked at a combination of fifteen different research studies so this is what we call a meta analysis this is published the american journal clinical nutrition matt analysis randomized controlled trials investigating fish oil and heart rate variability they found supplementation with fish oil could help to favorably influence the frequency domain of heart rate very bility so they're saying that it works on vega tone which helps decrease the heart rate when it's fast they're also anti arrhythmic effects official decreasing that the twists of your heart in their variety of types but i think they're not even really using a lot of fish oil i think they're using the fastened milligrams a day so once again testing your levels and seeing what your levels of the fatty acids are in your blood makes all the sense in the world that's of course what we do with our patients and we find tune in put the best to listen to your body we use fish oil we might use olive oil etc so combinations of things that we can put together to maximize your picture omega three fatty acids also affect in a beneficial way insulin resistance another great study involving individuals in british columbia and they were looking at insulin resistance were sugar fluctuations were occurring abdominal fat deposition what i call your body's trying to use more insulin to try to drop it less romance of incident really should be able to do and using supplementation with you mega three fatty acids made it easier for everybody to help to metabolize sugar and as i would say we have to cut carbs down to the exercise correct all your vitamins and minerals so there's a few different things in that realm he'd wanna look at sometimes study will say here's one good thing but when i've looked at you know thousands and thousands of studies over the years and have found twenty or a hundred good things for your heart then obviously we incorporate all of that into the picture for people that have those issues once again for my throat if you'd like to call inducer now one eight hundred eight four eight wabc one eight.

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"american journal clinical nutrition" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"american journal clinical nutrition" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Wabc if you'd like to call and ask questions you could do so right now and as i've done all the years i've been on the radio and i think this is my thirtieth year in the radio another great article on folic acid and b twelve helped to prevent cognitive decline in elderly people with depressive symptoms so this is the american journal clinical nutrition spectacular journal unquestionably one of the best turtles of all and this was an interesting study they took nine hundred adults age sixty to seventy four with psychological stress supplementation with full fuller acid b twelve had significant improvement in cognitive status and they did this ran this straight through the course of two years so my comment would be well what about the other vitamins what about vitamin c what about d what about e what about carotene what about testing a person to see if they methylated on and maybe with methyl b twelve injections they'd have a four greater result and i've seen this consistently in practice it appears that about seventy five percent of my patients don't have the gene to be able to take regular b twelve and converted into methyl b twelve so there are lots of things that we talk about that go beyond the individ comments on on one study or one published research if you put all of those things together on the benefits of vitamins and minerals all of them and brain function you'd see that they're without kinds of studies that described the same thing okay phone lines are open if you'd like to call and do so now let's go to michael in brooklyn how are you how can help you doctor you sir yeah i i'm a type two diabetic.

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"american journal clinical nutrition" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"american journal clinical nutrition" Discussed on WDRC

"Diabetics used to treat high blood pressure or heart disease can elevate uric acid and trigger gal so to ken something as innocuous aspirin among supplements high dose niacin can raise your uric acid so that's a concern for some people taking high dose niacin saito lower cholesterol and among other medications if you have parkinson's disease you might taking leave a doper cinema which could also potentially raise your your accounts hadn't trigger gouty attack so sometimes these facts emerge when we sit down with a patient and we do a detailed history and ask some questions and maybe there's a specific cause so here's an item that suggests why it is that it's so hard to get kids to eat their greens you know we tend to assume that little kids don't like to eat greens but in my family we have a two year old toddler who loves greens because he's been fed greens from the very start you know i have some influence and and he's been on primitive diet where he loves his greens so there's an article in the american journal clinical nutrition this month entitled variety and content of commercial infant toddler vegetable products manufactured and sold the united states they did a survey complete survey of what's available and what's available in terms of baby food may ultimately influence kids exposure to the right kinds of food varieties early in life and ultimately may shape their tastes for a lifetime so they looked at five hundred forty eight vegetable products and they found that only fifty two single vegetable products none of which contained dark green vegetables or beans and peas red and orange vegetables most often appeared as the first ingredient typically you'll find things like carrots and sweet potatoes which are relatively sweet and so they appeal to kids sweet tooth and so it's thought that they're more easily accepted than bitter vegetables that require repeated exposures to enhance acceptance but bleeding need you give a kid these green vegetables early in life they'll be okay with it they'll cuddle cultivate a taste of four the green leafy vegetables which will carry on a later towards adolescence and adulthood so in the article they conclude that the commercial baby food market in the united states does not appear to provide caregivers with an adequate selection of products to facilitate children's later acceptance.

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"american journal clinical nutrition" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"american journal clinical nutrition" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Very easily they dissolve from the lungs right into your blood and they circulate throughout the body they're very bad for the brain very bad for the kidney kidneys for deliver for the lungs so pollution ages are circulatory system and our body smoking alcohol abed diet not exercising not eating your vegetables all these things damage the circulatory system when that happens the blood vessels can't pop open so hard to get the blood delivered around the body it has to push harder that's high blood pressure the beach helps reverse that effect by helping the blood vessels to open up it's not a direct effect on heart it's an effect on the blood vessels she what the beach do and the torture that we include in the product they stabilize the blood vessel walsh they nourish the blood vessel walls day reduce inflammation and stiffening and restore elasticity and resiliency sort of blood vessel walls and restore the effects of that guest pushes the blood vessel walls open it's called nitric oxide they stabilized nitric oxide and it could do its job of inflating the blood vessels sort of blood flows more easily to your legs and your brain in your arms and your muscles and all your organs lands sort of heart doesn't have to pump his heart you blood pressure goes back towards normal it's a beautiful thing so beautiful effect i want to read you some of study this is torturing it's the montmorency tart cherry it's the exact product we have in our beat say checks this is northumbria university over in england it's in the american journal clinical nutrition men with early symptoms of high blood pressure reduced their blood pressure by seven percent just having the montmorency cherry juice that one day in other words it's an immediate effect it's not like it has to build up over the course of weeks you have the tart cherry once and that's how we have it here we have in a powder.

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"american journal clinical nutrition" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"american journal clinical nutrition" Discussed on 710 WOR

"But for older people a multivitamin keeps us alive cuss study after study after study shows down a multivitamin prevents heart attacks in older people it's incredibly important for people in their sixties and seventies and older to take a multivitamin so let me let me go on here's a study and nine years ago july two thousand nine almost seventy eight thousand people seventy eight thousand okay between the age of fifty to seventy sixers from the fred hutchinson cancer research center long term consumption of a multivitamin decreases the risk of dying from heart disease by sixteen percent and if there was enough vitamin e n but i had to be natural that reduced their risk of dying from heart disease by twenty eight percent and that's as good as a staten if you look at the data so here's a study four years ago it's in the american journal clinical nutrition oh sorry my that's something in my caroline's institute a major research hub up in stockholm sweden it was preventing heart attacks in women it's over thirty thousand women between the age of forty nine to eighty three and women would healthy circulatory systems taking a multivitamin reduced risk of heart attacks by twenty seven percent if they used it long term like five years or more there's more this is ten years into the physician's health study to ten years into the physician's health study to it's american men they're all medical doctors case like nineteen thousand american men who are will medical doctors k ten years into it if they took a multivitamin and men would heart disease and medical doctors would heart disease if they took a multivitamin at reduced their risk of dying from a.

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"american journal clinical nutrition" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"american journal clinical nutrition" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"In just seven days and went up from there that is amazing dr you sent me and others study which i think is very important for our listeners to hear about tell us about how omega three fatty acids actually support something called systemic arterial compliance in humans right pat another very interesting study this one from the american journal clinical nutrition on the ability of these mega the three fatty acids to powerfully support the electricity of our arteries that's what the scientists mean by systemic arterial compliance it's a measure of arterial flexibility and healthy arteries they tend to be nice and flexible in fact this arterial flexibility pat it's emerging as a strong predictor of heart health too so in this study professor paul and still he's the head of the cardiovascular nutrition laboratory end he's a fellow of the american heart association will he gave patients either three grams of omega3 fatty acids or a placebo to determine if these omega3 would affect their systemic arterial compliance basically he's checking on the flexibility of their arteries and what he found with a supplementation with these omega3 fattier his they powerfully supported this systemic arterial compliance in addition he followed these subjects triglycerides levels which were also nicely supported so pat for heart health arterial flexibility these omega3 they are simply wonderful and remember unless you're supplementing with a concentrated fish oil or you're eating fatty fish almost daily you're not getting nearly enough to really support your arteries your heart your brain your skin you need to supplement i so what do you see the people who are seeking just omega3 fish oil should they consider adding krill to their regimen and this free bottle offer remind us again how it works well first of all if you're not taking in omega3 supplement it's time the fate a wake up and smell the coffee again these omega3 along with it be these are the single almost important nutrients that you can take and of the people that are not supplementing out there we're gonna see about ninety five percent of them have solved optimal levels of one or both of these nutrients and not only are these omega3 is essential but there are important for every single cell.

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"american journal clinical nutrition" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"american journal clinical nutrition" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Eight wabc electric calling to ask you a question and we'll get ya it's up on the air in the research section of the program some really good info on dietary and nutrient interventions and how they can affect arterial stiffness now to try to make a very complicated mechanism easy to understand your heart is a big pump and when blunt comes into your heart from the right side of your body it goes into a contraction to allow the blood to be pumped through your lungs and as as i say the left atrium blood flows true and contraction pushes the blood into the original rather right ventricle and from my wrench icl to your lungs to get oxygenated into your left atrium the top part and then to your left ventricle that's that contractual push it out to the rest of your body up your head and and the rest of your body so if we look at the tone of the blood vessels receiving the blood from your heart your your two and millions of other vessels the total the blood vessels very important if the blood vessel tony's tight the not would close back pressure the harvard school because what we call high blood pressure if the tone of the blood vessels stretchy or elastic like some of those stretchy genes that people with her it you can push blood out and the blood vessel can die late and then sort of contract in between heartbeats it pushes the blood along so it's uh stretching of the blood vessel and then a return to normal stretching returned to normal so that's the way that we push blood throughout our our body your blood vessels so there are many nutrients that are important for the integrity of the lining of the blood vessel and this is a great steadied the american journal clinical nutrition one of the best of the best peerreviewed journals a talks about looking at each of the important nutrients and this comes from seventy five different studies omega3 fatty acid fish oils very good flooding of your blood vessels decreased inflammation decreases triglycerides that can attached to inflammation on the.

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