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"cholesterol cancer" Discussed on No Meat Athlete Radio

No Meat Athlete Radio

02:45 min | 3 months ago

"cholesterol cancer" Discussed on No Meat Athlete Radio

"Gut health. And you know the the micro biogas is a little more nuanced than than you guys have taken a little bit. More of a focus There where did that come from. Just pure richest in the science or is that the most effective tool to focus on. I'm going to step off camera because there seems to be some sort of bird reunion happening outside of my window. Seven closed the window. But i'm listening. You say that question or care. So yeah i think the i think honestly was evolution so i just just as we evolved with our eating and started out kind of flexible. -tarian pesca -tarian. We evolved to more hundred whole foods plant based it was. It's the same in our research in our profession muscles registered bags editions. It's like we're constantly digging. I would say we're always looking for that. Where where does this ruin neck about. Why in that. Why connect with other. We're constantly digging. Ultimately we've been digging and it goes to gut health on. I recently claimed in another talk and another project we're working on. We're honestly i think gut health is the nexus of all health for the planet and so it really is these microbes that our foundation where they're talking about soil whether you're talking about our lungs or they're talking about the gut. Where talking about anything in australia. The microbe that makes it exists so we really came that understanding and and as integrative registered dieticians. We are looking for that route. And i think we've found it and one of our goals has always been help. People eat more plants whether they are fully plant based or not how to eat more plans and one of the biggest things is people tells. I won't eat them. I think they taste you know. I like integrating them. I just don't feel well when i eat them and i totally get it. You know coming from that background of not being healthy myself. I didn't even realize that. I had issues until james really was the one who brought it to my attention in. He brought up the fact that i would constantly say i have a stomach. I didn't even realize it at the time. I think it was just kind of natural after eating. I would always have stahnke pre plant based even when we first started plant based and so on my own kind of ideas type journey as while i've understood which foods are triggers for that and working with patients and working with clients over the last check eater or more. We've really started to understand that gut health can really be a hindrance to improving one's whether it's their weight that they wanna lose whether it's their glucose that they want to better manage their diabetes risk factors whether it's their cholesterol cancer risk factors no matter what it is adding more plants as always going to be a great

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Understanding Your Gut Microbiome with James and Dahlia Marin of Married to Health

No Meat Athlete Radio

02:45 min | 3 months ago

Understanding Your Gut Microbiome with James and Dahlia Marin of Married to Health

"Gut health. And you know the the micro biogas is a little more nuanced than than you guys have taken a little bit. More of a focus There where did that come from. Just pure richest in the science or is that the most effective tool to focus on. I'm going to step off camera because there seems to be some sort of bird reunion happening outside of my window. Seven closed the window. But i'm listening. You say that question or care. So yeah i think the i think honestly was evolution so i just just as we evolved with our eating and started out kind of flexible. -tarian pesca -tarian. We evolved to more hundred whole foods plant based it was. It's the same in our research in our profession muscles registered bags editions. It's like we're constantly digging. I would say we're always looking for that. Where where does this ruin neck about. Why in that. Why connect with other. We're constantly digging. Ultimately we've been digging and it goes to gut health on. I recently claimed in another talk and another project we're working on. We're honestly i think gut health is the nexus of all health for the planet and so it really is these microbes that our foundation where they're talking about soil whether you're talking about our lungs or they're talking about the gut. Where talking about anything in australia. The microbe that makes it exists so we really came that understanding and and as integrative registered dieticians. We are looking for that route. And i think we've found it and one of our goals has always been help. People eat more plants whether they are fully plant based or not how to eat more plans and one of the biggest things is people tells. I won't eat them. I think they taste you know. I like integrating them. I just don't feel well when i eat them and i totally get it. You know coming from that background of not being healthy myself. I didn't even realize that. I had issues until james really was the one who brought it to my attention in. He brought up the fact that i would constantly say i have a stomach. I didn't even realize it at the time. I think it was just kind of natural after eating. I would always have stahnke pre plant based even when we first started plant based and so on my own kind of ideas type journey as while i've understood which foods are triggers for that and working with patients and working with clients over the last check eater or more. We've really started to understand that gut health can really be a hindrance to improving one's whether it's their weight that they wanna lose whether it's their glucose that they want to better manage their diabetes risk factors whether it's their cholesterol cancer risk factors no matter what it is adding more plants as always going to be a great

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"cholesterol cancer" Discussed on No Meat Athlete Radio

No Meat Athlete Radio

05:13 min | 3 months ago

"cholesterol cancer" Discussed on No Meat Athlete Radio

"Issue. We stopped eating beef and chicken and fish eggs in slowly. We started cutting them out. I think for me. My last thing was eggs for james cheese. Cheese for me was really difficult. Yeah and that was over ten years ago. Doors eggs or cheese always exit shoes for sure and Yeah so it was really. It was a nice progression pie. Took us like two years just being like these flexible -tarian pesca tyrians and then being fully one hundred percent plant based than so we've been on this journey for like twelve years but then fully one hundred plant based ten years and in that time we've reversed pretty much all of our diagnoses. I still have my autoimmune condition. I will because it was pretty severe upon diagnosis but other than that. We are both extremely healthy. No longer get sick really ever no longer have these allergies or any of these issues that we previously suffered from feel really empowered to share that with others raising a kid. Also we have a six and a half year old daughter. Layla and you know uh says kids not being really raised with that. Appreciation for whole foods are very determined to instill that in leyland really teach her where food comes from. Why plant foods are healthy for our bodies and how to really balance that with treats. Yeah so there's so much to to dig in there. I would love to see a family photo albums. You know the james with no neck you know like i mean it sounds like james. Your body is gone through multiple iterations of itself between body for those who aren't watching the video. Both james valley are beautiful very fit looking people and and so hearing that that you guys came from Yeah more more modest beginnings and james. You clearly went through some sort of bodybuilding as is. Yeah it is surprising to hear so. I hope you'll you'll share some photos of me at some point but so so at what point There there seems to be a focus. on gut health. And of course for anyone who's plant based You know there's a clear connection between what you put into your gut and your overall health. So that's not that surprising but but gut health. And you know the the micro biogas is a little more nuanced than than you guys have taken a little bit. More of a focus There where did that come from. Just pure richest in the science or is that the most effective tool to focus on. I'm going to step off camera because there seems to be some sort of bird reunion happening outside of my window. Seven closed the window. But i'm listening. You say that question or care. So yeah i think the i think honestly was evolution so i just just as we evolved with our eating and started out kind of flexible. -tarian pesca -tarian. We evolved to more hundred whole foods plant based it was. It's the same in our research in our profession muscles registered bags editions. It's like we're constantly digging. I would say we're always looking for that. Where where does this ruin neck about. Why in that. Why connect with other. We're constantly digging. Ultimately we've been digging and it goes to gut health on. I recently claimed in another talk and another project we're working on. We're honestly i think gut health is the nexus of all health for the planet and so it really is these microbes that our foundation where they're talking about soil whether you're talking about our lungs or they're talking about the gut. Where talking about anything in australia. The microbe that makes it exists so we really came that understanding and and as integrative registered dieticians. We are looking for that route. And i think we've found it and one of our goals has always been help. People eat more plants whether they are fully plant based or not how to eat more plans and one of the biggest things is people tells. I won't eat them. I think they taste you know. I like integrating them. I just don't feel well when i eat them and i totally get it. You know coming from that background of not being healthy myself. I didn't even realize that. I had issues until james really was the one who brought it to my attention in. He brought up the fact that i would constantly say i have a stomach. I didn't even realize it at the time. I think it was just kind of natural after eating. I would always have stahnke pre plant based even when we first started plant based and so on my own kind of ideas type journey as while i've understood which foods are triggers for that and working with patients and working with clients over the last check eater or more. We've really started to understand that gut health can really be a hindrance to improving one's whether it's their weight that they wanna lose whether it's their glucose that they want to better manage their diabetes risk factors whether it's their cholesterol cancer.

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"cholesterol cancer" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

02:18 min | 4 months ago

"cholesterol cancer" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

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"cholesterol cancer" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

10:35 min | 1 year ago

"cholesterol cancer" Discussed on KCRW

"You so much Jonathan thanks for having me on that was journalist Jonathan Kauffman we've been talking about the progression of baking cooking over the last hundred years and just how easy it has become to eat plant based at home I don't think it's a secret that Mexican food is my favorite food it's the food I bagged for as a kid and still crave every day it's also not a secret that on the non of war he respects the lard but the first time I had food that Jocelyn Ramirez prepared was out in the van that total Verde catered it was a wake up call for me to expand my palate and my understanding of plant based food Jocelyn has a new book that shows us how to do just that hi Jocelyn hi event thanks so much for having me on no it's our pleasure tell us about the food that you ate growing up who is doing the cooking and what was on the table R. well the person who is typically cooking in our household growing up was my mother who is from the fact that the company he co and the cuisine that we ate was usually follows that included things like better the Lagos or not by Liz in some sort of a stew with Chiles and maybe some pieces of meat and that was typically what was on the table you know frijoles allow yeah freshly cooked beans straight out of the pot but my mom also worked full time often times over time and so that meant that my brother and I were last you kids and what also eat a lot of fast food in the neighborhood or if my mom was really tired she pick up you know the healthier fast food like a boil look or subway so you know things on the table really ranged data day depending on how tired she was until very recently so much of the visibility around veganism and plant based diets has occurred in mostly white spaces did you find that your family and your community was quick to accept this idea of vegan Mexican food they actually were not at first I think that you know your comment about it being something that people mostly consider to be a diet plan he said is something that people in the white community most gravitate towards or if you tell you know somebody in a Mexican household that we're going to be eating a vegan X. Y. Z. does they think that you're gonna give them a kale salad or you know something that doesn't resonate with the culture and you know one thing that I really tried to do with all of this to create a plant based dishes that definitely are culturally relevant are rooted in the food and tradition that we have eaten for generations and you know tradition is also a concept that I like to question and consider a bit further because you know to our traditions have evolved our ancestors ate a mostly plant forward diet that did include meat consumption around special ceremonies but now all you know a special ceremony in a Mexican household might just be you know like you know every cousin's birthday requires a got enough of that and you know and that has really strayed away from the way that our ancestors had beaten so I'm really trying to bring back like what does tradition really need and how has that evolved over time and can we find this in between that makes sense with you know our ecosystem and our culture is is that what you do what you mean when you advocate decolonizing your diet yeah absolutely you know when people think about our you know Mexican culture they think that you know if the full solid doesn't have chicken or pork in it it's not a quote unquote real pool solar which is so untrue because people saw there was a dish that was eaten by you know our ancient ancestors for many many generations and they eat that we had before we had pork or chicken available to us on the flat and and so yeah I I definitely have and so yeah I I definitely have people really go back and you know put on their critical thinking caps and think more towards like what does tradition really mean and how you know how did our ancestors eat in decolonize where prior to colonization that prevented a lot of these issues that we deal with now like diabetes high blood pressure high cholesterol cancer in mostly low income communities of color let's talk about a few recipes is there one in particular that you think is a great recipe for skeptics yeah well I think that some of the dishes that I've seen a lot of people on her Instagram gravitate towards are definitely the jackfruit dishes mostly because of the you have a look feel texture of a meat dish similar to a shredded pork or chicken and you know people have been making archive need best tacos the outpost of tacos featured in the book you know maybe someone need not right away turn to at three sisters solid as an everyday dish you know which is an ancestral dish but they've been eating tacos you know many days of the week throughout their life so maybe a technique that sell dish made with jackfruit or non pasta dish will be an easy substitute okay so explain Jack for to me what is it and where do I find it sure so jackfruit is a tropical fruit it grows on trees as big as watermelons they typically have big green spikes all over them and they usually grow in tropical areas in Asian countries are in medical and by the time they get exported here to the United States they're typically already ripe and sweet they have a really delicious tropical unique flavor but if you want to cook Jack fruit in a savory dish like the ones in the book you have to purchase what they call young green jackfruit which means that the jackfruit has been cultivated and broken down before the sugars have developed so you will find it usually and either can earn a pouch that vacuum sealed and it's essentially preserves so that it doesn't right and into the Sweet tropical fruit and it cooks really really easily and just a little bit of oil in that delicious seasoning and whatever you'd like to flavor it and and it has this amazing quality kind of like tofu where it just absorbs flavours so it it can be many different things it's almost like a blank palette and you can add anything to it just like a tofu and I think that what people enjoy more with the jackfruit than I have seen with the tofu is just that the textural difference because it really does Chris Bob and has this you know pulled pork or shredded chicken seal so if we were going to make a jackfruit outpost stored how would we start well I like to break down the jackfruit from there's two different components of it in a piece of jackfruit there's this quarter piece that's a little bit more it doesn't shred the same way that the the other pieces of the jackfruit you but the taste just like every bit of the jackfruit he's the same so I like to minced it up and so included in the dish so that it doesn't become waste and then once you get the job for all broken down into smaller bets I like to bring in a marinade of for the apostate I would bring in a marinade of I chucked a pineapple juice a little bit of orange juice lots acumen which I like to use in a lot of my dishes to create a little bit of depth of flavor and you can add in other things that are typical or traditional I'll bust on dishes to your family to bring in this flavorful marinade to the dish and then you would cook it in a little bit of oil in a saute pan around a blind shot until it crisp up and it typically takes about twenty twenty five minutes to get there and I bring in diced pineapple towards the end of the cooking so that you have those fresh bits of pineapple and they're just like you would in any I'm bust of taco and all lastly top it off with a little bit of sunset I walk out there a little bit of fresh cilantro and have it all in a fresh handmade tortilla get sense extremely delicious so just to be honest I think the first thing that made me want to explore your food was my first step of one of your Aguas is there such a simple drink but yours are really next level it's about to get warm here can you share some of your August secrets with us absolutely I mean I think that the most popular our office got that we have on our menu is our motor seat though and they didn't include that one in the book but I'll give a little sneak peek on the ingredients in that particular office gosh it's a strawberry drink with chia seeds and maple syrup the GST provide great texture in the Iowa and we add rose to it to infuse this really floral delicious element to the drink and it is just everyone's favorite the almost the full strawberry rose and we also have a black rice or chop bar which is included in the cookbook and it's made with black rice which actually is purple when you blend it it doesn't stay black and so we add activated charcoal to our our office god to then make it black and add all the other traditional or chop the flavors like Mexican cinnamon maple syrup I add chia seeds to all over often ask because chia seeds are something that was included in our stuff got for many many generations and a little bit of an Ella and so they're really simple but because we use just really good ingredients the flavors really.

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"cholesterol cancer" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

Habits and Hustle

13:50 min | 2 years ago

"cholesterol cancer" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

"Everyone welcome to habits and hustle missile. Today we have my friend on today. Doc jen fit otherwise known as gen x. care which always seemed to like screw up your last name she he has something called the mobility method and also the optimal body and also she says all around great girl and she was on before but didn't really work taping so we're going to do this again so thank you so much for coming on and i guess hey thank you for having me here especially after after the whole like cafa at the table it's fine. I'm actually i'm happy to have you because number one. I just love you as a human being and you have so much information action to share and i was saying before like i don't even know where to begin now. Talk about like the mobility matt did the new program auto body like i think i don't no no. Where should we start the. Let's start with what we were talking about earlier. Which was the whole thing about listening to our bodies and the what you call the body conversation so floors yours and my girl yeah yeah so the reason i call it a body conversation because i related to any other kind of conversation we have so when we're having conversations what someone is saying to us what we're internalizing and then what i think is the most important part what we're listening to right so so that relates to the body in terms of the extra conversation i say body conversation is like what the doctors are saying to you. What your family says is to you like oh. This runs in our family or you're genetically predisposed for this or oh. You have this kind of back pain now. You can't do this and you've got this and you're going to do this. S. and it's what everyone is projecting onto our bodies. We usually internalize and i've seen a lot of patients where that becomes the norm where it's like okay. My doctor said i won't be able to run anymore or i can't do this anymore or i have this now. This is my body or my mom had planner fresh i so i have hunter fasciitis what we being ev like what you know is told to us becomes what we internalize also because i think think that first of all i should say i didn't even say 'cause. I was just like saying that you're my friend doc jen. This is also a doctor of physical of physical therapy at rak so that's what we're we're talking about. The mind and body are so connected and i totally i totally agree with what you're saying because whatever i think we think we are we are going to be or or vice versa right so you're told you have this because genetics and that's how you're gonna. That's how you're going to basically be in life and you're going to act like that. So what do we do to kind of. I guess to to counter that what's your what's the plan. If someone says like you were saying you your your mom has plantar fasciitis the example yeah but it's true a lot of an saying that well this is the structure which yes genetically like structurally really we can be we can take on our structure from our parents tourists certain degree but at the same time we can always change internally. What's happening happening based on the exercises. We choose to do the mobility we choose to do and what we put into our bodies so we don't necessarily have to take on planner enter fasciitis. If you were born completely with flat feet which doesn't happen all the time it it is a thing you can be. You can be born with by right right now or you could have developed it over time so we get to really observe. Which one is it in. That still doesn't mean that you have to be. You have to have these diagnosis on you like i have scoliosis. I don't have back pain. I'm not limited in what i can do. You see my crazy handstands and crazy and i load and i lift and do other things so. I'm not limited based on having that that's interesting you say that i actually went to a chiropractor the other few weeks ago because i thought i had either <hes> tendinitis semi on top of my foot or planner fasciitis. I wasn't sure and it turns out. I do have that but he says. I have really bad had scoliosis now. Don't most people generally have a little bit of it. Yes okay definitely right. Yes so what's considered a little little. He made me go get x-rays it somewhere else. Come back and it's like basically. It looks like i'm like he says like i look like a total. S does that mash people with that with that type of if they have it. A little bit wis considered to be okay and not or is it just a scare tactic when they say oh please are what do you think of chiropractors are the good bad the other well. I think it's the same as i can say the same as an m._d. Or if it's always depend depend of course because i i don't i think that one dictate them all and i can't say the same physical therapists. There could be really bad physical therapist right. That's true who are just doing massage. Gosh just doing during therapy just doing dry needling and that's all they're doing is what they're putting on a patient so i'd say anytime a patient is going in and passively on the table and we're saying i'm gonna fix you based on my treatment. I'm gonna fix you based on my adjustments. I'm gonna fix you based on my manipulations right. If that's that's all that the treatment is yet. You're going to need to keep going again and again and again because you're relying on someone else to feel good and what all those treatments do is. They manipulate our nervous system him and they make our nervous system for that moment. Feel safe for that moment. Feel good so you get an adjustment and you're like oh my god everything feels loose raising also releasing endorphins when we do when we hear that pop and we hear that crap we do yes and where it's not necessarily literally adjusting something back into place allowing coming our nervous system to feel safe and when our nervous system of safe it feels like you have more movement more freedom and so for that moment. It feels like we're fixed but then why would we me to go again and again and again and again. No resolutely is not necessarily fixing anything because no one else can fix us like it's only what we do within our own body ati so unless someone is teaching you the tools as to what you now need to do when you go home and why it's so important for you to start implementing this into your life. Nothing's things can change. Its with everything life though this is just a this is just one microcosm. Yeah everything is but what i love about. You and i'm not saying this because you're you're sitting in front of me. Is that because you don't look at the body as just like what it is in the front of you as a physical being you really kind of figure out what is going what is going on under the hood dipper and that's how you get true change and evolution in everything in life like you're saying like that's the thing that's my issue with a lot of chiropractors. Not all of course is your fixing. What's in front of you for that moment in time yes but that's why is constantly going back but this this is a bigger conversation in not just about like your physical ailments but about the mind body connection and how how what's going on inside is basically manifest itself on the outside. Yeah we're saying that and so you know a like if you have rashes if you have a pain in your foot like what is going on. I'm like give like some examples where let's talk a little bit through what it means when you have a physical ailment like what is happening on the inside. There's so many different things happening on the inside you know and that's where i really go back into this conversation so externally i say we can. We don't have to take on anything. Someone else tells us just like like oh. You can't do this. You can't do that if you allow that to be. True then you can't do right but you don't have to take on any of that like oh you're ugly. You're whatever judgments eh someone knows whatever judgment someone else wanted to put on you you don't have to take that and it's up to us whether we're going to manipulate it and when we're talking even genetically speaking we now know that we have the ability to change the function of genes so although we can't change our dna our r._d._a. Days we can change the function of how that dna and how that gene is going to reality does that work though changing our environment so even if it's even manipulation has been proved to turn on or to turn off are pro inflammatory genes and so now we get into that anti inflammatory state just just by meditating yes yes it's like literally in the research research that when we go into a meditative state and we can do do this over a time period of eight hours not all at once but over an eight hour period it has been shown to turn off your pro inflammatory gene so that's how we're automatically getting getting into that anti-inflammatory state. If we change our environment based on the air that we're breathing in how much water retaking in our body is mostly made up of water. I wonder how much sleep we're getting all of these things and then what we're putting in our body based on what your individual body needs. I don't think there's a one size as fits all like oh. You can't dairy. I think it all depends on what your body needs and i'm not going to go into that. I think go get checked your anyway. Your allergies are but the more that you you take out to what doesn't serve your body and you put in what is good for your body which i think we can all agree is like more whole real foods of more plant based things and less or no sugar right would be a starting point so when we go oh into changing up our environment in general we already can start to change the function and so a lot of these genetic disorders like doc high blood pressure high cholesterol cancer. Even we can't say for certain but a lot of these heart disease are driven through inflammation right right right so we can start to change how our gene is going to function based on that then. We're changing the function of that gene so now i can't to cross <music> out all these genetic things that i've been told externally are placed on me so you're saying because most of these that you said is about inflammation yeah so we have to figure out a way to lessen yes inflammation on our body and you're saying meditation. Obviously we have heard this for. I mean especially in our world with yeah. We all the time. Is it a cumulative in the sense that if you just do a one off here and they're going to make a difference but it's over time over time that it will pay what happens with somebody like myself. Okay who's a very type person. My former meditation isn't the tame annotation that a lot of other people is it. Would it so for me in my in my head i feel like running is my former meditation asian because kind of like it in my brain. It soothes me. I can think i can kind of it kind of gets me to my baseline but that also is very inflammatory right ways days so what happened in that like does it have to be meditation sitting there like like. Is there another type of. Would you believe in diff- questions twofold fooled. Are there different forums vacation that not a one size fits. All the other part is what i answer that i totally see what you're saying so i think yes there's many different forms of meditation and not one size fits. It's all and there's no right or wrong way to do any chances so for two seconds do but i think that is something that you get to lean into then like what am i resisting acting. Why am i resisting it. And why can't i do it you know and but here's my thing. I don't think it needs to look like okay. Let me turn on this app and tried to listen to this person talking to sit here and not be able to think of all the things that i have to do and blah blah blah right so and i'm usually working with patient where he on breath work. What does my ribcage doing doing. How is it expanding. Can i feel it. Can i like what am i touching when i get someone to tune into their bodies that way and it becomes an exercise. Of how long are you going to breathe in how long you're going to hold how long you're going to breathe out. What is your ribcage during fill the movement within your chest and your belly and your ribcage and literally feel it on your body. You can't be doing running right. Exactly you can't be doing something to me is very much meditation. It's just a different you just do that because a lot of people are resistant to the word so you think it's more of a psychological like you hear the word meditation i do anyway anyway and i'm like oh fuck. I'm not doing exactly a lot of people feel that and that's totally okay. I get where that's coming from and i see it humidity oh i do or i. I can't say that i do it on a daily basis. I do get to be more practiced with that but i do. I do breath work. I do you kind of meditate almost every day and i've been doing it now with my partner and that is so incredibly centering like i mean sinking king breath for the with another person to and just getting into that rhythm together and doing that for an extended period of time. That's centering really yeah. A lot of people don't do it with their. I mean jonah has a new boyfriend but we'll talk with that. I was five minutes before diving into getting into trouble you know but since you did bring it up taught me so with with your new boyfriend same dominic so how he doesn't even live in l._a..

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