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DJ takes third-round lead at PGA Championship

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00:56 sec | 3 months ago

DJ takes third-round lead at PGA Championship

"Will have a major championship awarded here's Dan Reardon for the third day in a row, the overnight leader with 102nd PGA Championship. Is a new name heading into today's final round of Harding Park in San Francisco. Former U. S Open champion Dustin Johnson holds the lead at nine under Poor Johnson found success on the Greens on Saturday and posted a 565 toe lied to rookie study. Scheffler by one shot. Scheffler, who also turned in a 65 on Saturday, would be the first player since Sean McKeel to make the PGA their first tour win and the first since John Daly in 1992 to do it as a rookie, Cameron champ and Colon Marika will be the second to last group out champ, also a stroke back at minus eight. Morikawa at minus seven, Along with Paul Casey and two time PGA Champion Brooks kept Tiger Woods will have to wait if he has to add to his major wins. Total Woods with the 72 on Saturday is plus two for the tournament, one stroke better than ST Louis and Adam Long covering the PGA

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"dan reardon" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

Elite Man Podcast

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"dan reardon" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

"Yeah i mean from your perspective i mean it always depends on on what you'll go so for example for you one of one of the things with you is that if i look at your jamie she uc p jane this is a gene that all to do with politician see so you actually have what people classically with time fast metabolism batch lee what you have any fisher metabolism batches but when you can seem to necessarily the energy effectively so let's say for example you trying to build muscle and and given that we know that you'll miss bali inefficient bureau trying to build muscle that means the so many of your calories as possible around exercise i'm actually becomes quite important to make sure you've gotten offended you to exercise and then in the vanity to recover so that given your club jane which is your jane cake and rhythm actually shows that you should be to sizing later in the day and also given that your mackin polically inefficient i would say possibly intermittent fasting view as long as you exercise lights in the tight could actually be quite any ffective tool if you're trying to build muscle and these body five but the other thing that you need to have whereas find that if you look at your your p podgy i'm so keep oxygen so how were you switch from penn carbohydrates running fives and actually look in your james here it was just that you actually i've switches actively combining carbohydrates binding five so for you i would say the you'll die in terms of your in terms of your cub hydrates needs to reflect slightly lower carbohydrates and them how some people what can see we do happen to gene variation you need to be slightly lower shops five say more pound high muslim trump's writes in polyunsaturated the pension that you.

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"dan reardon" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

Elite Man Podcast

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"dan reardon" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

"Lutely i mean you know an i'm what's interesting here is rallies that it you know i it that's why the the important barb and somebody you know for some of these i incredible african runners and whether that come in for kenya ethiopia wherever the coming from so awesome sign that you know these these these this is the population of april where you know they got about in the morning and you know ten ten fifty miles to get to school to get to a location where they can pick up play wolf or there's you know there's there's there's some real historic environmental reasons y you know particular population so incredibly fit and of course you know there's there's no genetic relationships that's very very interesting genetic relationships around you know countries the hovel of malaria high you know the the gene for fellow for sickle cell disease been in august for the for the sickle cell trait isn't advantage because it reduces the offering current cost of your blood so you don't buy malaria that you will get what changes in that supply of sticking missile that you would i might more so there's there's there's lots of very very interesting things and you know i i you know i find the the the prevalence of great so rights is within certain sports to be you know an incredibly interested in areas and you know impress the really understand is wealth really understand how we can all you know coach people to excel in sports by under something why populations i just so good certain things on you know and you know suddenly you know as a science company something that we pay attention to.

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"dan reardon" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

Elite Man Podcast

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"dan reardon" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

"Other any encounters that you've faced doing this so far in terms of figuring out which genes work and you know i mean the whole human genome project is still pretty much in its infancy they thought you know when they first unraveled at that it'd be pretty easy to to get all the jeans and you know they'd wrap it up in a couple of years but there's just still working on it you know tediously because there's so much in it so much more complex than they had imagined and even though the i think the total number of genes is like twenty five thousand or something and they thought it was going to be one hundred thousand that they're learning now that the twenty five thousand genes are infinitely more complex and there's so much to it than even if it was a lot more than they initially thought are there some types of issues or can counters that you've had with that that you're working over trying to get over that now that we really based on that so you know we're we're focused on research whether it's whether it's pre existing research whether it's already research with focused on on snits and you know looking at characteristic differences between individuals whether expected south in purchase nothing resulted from changes and in in in that day and and so for us you know because that's what we're focused on you know we don't we don't really worry too much by the areas of the united people might be discovering a the parts of texted people might be doing because yes they they can research and the fat but where research and against the things that we can do which is looking at smith or single and they call him office and so i'm obviously we will always paying attention to the new things act with the markets and the either the new talk to people doing in the new we if night people might be looking.

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"dan reardon" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

Elite Man Podcast

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"dan reardon" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

"Hey guys you're listening to the most captivating podcast and i tunes that's right the elite man podcast return average men into a leap man every day read over the very best experts from the lifestyle health fitness social even entrepreneurial world and with their help we give you some of the best advice on the planet subscribe now if you haven't already and enjoy the show ano yeah if you really enjoy it leave us a review on today's episode episode number one hundred sixty four entitled how to optimize your health and fitness by testing your genes i chat with dr dan reardon dr dan reardon is a medical doctor personal trainer and the co founder and ceo of fitness jeans one of the world's top fitness dna testing companies in today's episode dr ridden talks about how we can optimize our health and fitness by looking at our jeans and making changes to our lifestyle based on what our genes tell us he covers the incredible science behind gene testing epigenetics what some of the most important genes to test for our and what my personal dna tests actually reveal about me if you're wondering how your genes can help you optimize your health and fitness goals how you can personalize your lifestyle optimize your health and what my personal jeans actually tell me about my health and fitness aspirations check this episode out now you're going to love it also dr dan was nice enough to provide a thirty percent off coupon if you guys are interested in getting a dna test yourself you can use the coupon code elite thirty at checkout hey if you haven't signed up for the elite man newsletter yet go to elite men magazine dot com slash newsletter this is incredible news editor which helps you become the best man you can be every single week we give you the best tip strategies and techniques for helping you master your personal social and business life and give you exclusive content not seen or heard on the podcast or anywhere else that's elite man magazine dot com slash newsletter sign up right now and now eight word from our fen task.

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"dan reardon" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"dan reardon" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"The brain isn't like a map of the states where this lives here and that was there it's like a map the freeways this is the 405 dinner actor and and and all these it's a are connected and so if you can access the network somewhere near the surface you end up stimulating the deeper spots as well because you stimulate everything downstream when you're firing more from this particle spot we see spots on the other side of the brain spots deeper in the brain lighting up in response to that speaking of credit pay our our was big of a gross violation of a trauma is there a trauma treatment here to childhood trauma chronic trauma kind of amy there was a hit say they was very still in the model t they are still were still just like focusing on depression right now it's a lot of excitement about what might come and what might work out i don't know that everything's gonna work out people are researching alzheimer's and things like that i don't know that bears idaho took level that suddenly sunday were gonna change under oils these process there but these other types of things where we have these dysfunctions that we know are reversible with medications and therapy now also be reversible i've always under excited about is i just i'm so delays you're doing it i wanted to bring your alert people to what this is transferred magnetic stimulation go to so calcium scom oregon followed after hutton at at the are todd hut nature t t o n is their phone number of somebody's really motivated wants to look into this further absolutely at eight six six three two two seven seven seven six in although i know you and i trust you and i and i certainly prefer people to you the these centres are around the country as well do you have a network or do you recommend a certain way of getting added if you can't travel around this air in southern california.

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"dan reardon" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"dan reardon" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"And collecting what what's your sort of what do you think you're doing there so you hit the motor strobe well okay so you know chronic pain has very little to do what's actually going on the body correct right your your your brain it's it's it's in your nervous system of onomic enter settlers in and a lot of the efforts have been treating it sorted from the bottom up and we're trying to treat it from the top down in in in the perception of pain and the pain patients without yeah have pain but it doesn't stop me anymore i can now go out and do stuff i'm not drug down by would i was that's why i think with insular cortex adjusting that whatever we're talking about quite a exists the misery part of the pay that's the emotional charger pain right and that and that's going directly over the obtain is a pain is a is a psychological experience and emotional scars yeah in the is that my phone that's my garbage uh an and uh to my gosh of what's coming after all once your uh uh so the insular cortex which graft with chronic chronic what portugal out through quantities mood areas rent yeah and do you ever the i always feel like there's a big sort of bodily based component to pain office yet trauma do you ever do things like a any way of getting at the vegas to sort of vigal nerve sorts of rainy the auto nommik functions anybody looking at that well i know it's very deep and very different systems will they will near statement stimulation has been a depression treatment but can we get that with a magnet well actually you know when you're when he's team like the vagus nerve your you're stimulating it like a foot away from the brain yeah wished him in the brain directly i mean we're going you can you get the nuclei for the vengeful at stuff not right now at night with head of magnets our magnets only go cortisol deep all the magnets that are currently able swing portable deep but.

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"dan reardon" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"dan reardon" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Abdurixit better dr joe who can so while so is this is fda approved its covered by most commercial insurance oh it is oh yeah a anthem blues but then they of secretary you of to meet to get the yes a common criteria is you've had had psychotherapy and you've had to trade at least four antidepressants summer three summer six tried and failed but literally still that's millions of people yeah it could be a first line treatment it doesn't have to be a second line treatment odds only ever been studied as a second line treatment just because of the time factor in the costs compared to medication so insurance companies are driving a lot of the rules about who gets says there's always somebody wanted to pay cash where it will cost of course the treatment of about ten thousand dollars okay yeah serbia if you had the money should be tempting though i'll tell you what that these people are life back he was not taken the medicine via and and you know it's one thing to take a blood pressure medicine i'd like you know i do every day that's bad enough protect hit psychoactive it's i can't imagine that would be a right of you want to get away we have people come in and then go to work yeah you know they they go about their days you don't have to do anything different with their days are not the make it a headache a little bit um they might be a little bit tired after treatment but it's it's really nice to give something a treatment the people really like the tolerate that works for a large percentage of them when a lot of other things have failed.

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"dan reardon" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"dan reardon" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"And it's not focused is not the anatomically as generous stimulates the whole brains we trigger a seizure people get confused it is still the granddaddy of depression treatments its but it's also kind of the hail mary of depression you don't get to it into your super you're alive right yeah your lives in danger enemies working and so they're big gulf dope and into presence helped millions of people the i don't want to completely trash medicine helped millions of people i still prescribed medication energy presence don't helped millions of people though tippin typically we say like 30 percent of patients do great on medicine another forty percent kind of sorta better than nothing and another thirty percent are of via arafat however is x and that's millions of people is that the same thing with this as a better uh theames we're getting fifty percent are either you've got to you at least half remission rates at so that's my sense another 25 percent we call response which is like you're not completely cured but you're definitely a lot better and another 25 percent were not getting better probably because depression is probably more than one thing sure it's probably not just are you giving circa therapy to some of these people some time reduce sub select that gruber's everybody gets atr well yellow is a big uh a school thought in a field like doing therapy during the treatment or what is what you do during the treatment activating certain parts of the brain which therefore the treatment has more effect on those there and so some people are doing therapy during the treatment i with a particular going after the doors letter prefrontal cortex that's cbt of sorts would act or as a result that's an exciting thing is he be t the kind of psychotherapy during your during depends on the patient depends on the patient that hesitation it's it's right now logistically it sometimes hard to do it uh there's been ptsd studies were they do like a desensitization and then they go to achieve mastery oh interesting abut oecd any of those or exile disorders ptsd is in the anxiety disorders family were having some good success reducing anxiety symptoms right now retreating lot of depression but there's a huge overlap with anxiety and we see those anxiety symptoms get better oecd lives in a deeper part of the brain and there's some research bring done.

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"dan reardon" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"dan reardon" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"We're using it says the first line treatment say in pregnant women in atlantic medication i'm accents perfect right now nursing yeah uh have used in the setting of recovering addiction yes as it were very well i bet and it helps reduce cravings and death jeff had success using it quite pain patients do you you focusing on different areas with these different syndromes sometimes yasser sometimes with pain we focus on actually on motors trip instead of mood areas you would think sensory strip worried i would actually think insular cortex 'cause i know that's one that's firing strangely with with certain kinds paint syndromes that too we can't it's hard to reach the insular cortex because even integrate so we reach at area that's connected to it upstream from it answer it a dorsal or tax affect okay yeah and and his elder emulates that we stimulate this there's this really easy spot to find an left frontal lobe and everything downstream is also stimulated so we're stimulating a network ranches stimulating a place where stimulating home mood network can at all the downstream areas so we can we can stimulate the insular cortex indirectly by who'd he was running around way who'd you of either of these just about this ever wanted to do this barca's with your for a while because i even during this roy we've talked about it over the years them and i and i've still sort of been always blue bit confused that it is not more mainstream favorites weird to me that it's not it's weird to me too it's weird me too because it's it's it's a great new tools fantastic edit it i think it has more and their prism potency then medication it's a step below ect right that's his elder which is electric shock their electric shock alderwood electrons would be real largescale yet because you're using directly electricity on the skull and you do that you have to be under anesthesia.

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"dan reardon" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"dan reardon" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"So the belgradebacked so when we get people well we're now looking at doing maintenance treatment where you come in once or twice a month and just to maintain that improvement that you've got going so you how long improvement maintains is is an issue uh we don't of the studies enough yet showing how to maintain other side effects very very few and much much less than medicine okay and that's gonna be my question it's still a little bit of a confusion to me is that people don't like taking medicine of this has yet what i've read about t amasses it looks very effective in very appealing why is it not more of a first line treatment or is it not becoming that well it really could be a first time i note at because it would wanted to cause people don't like taking medicine because it's actually has fewer sideeffects of madison ghastly safer the medicine there's the insurance companies don't pay for it yet it's more expensive it as an anti issue it it it yes money silvertipped money and we get they could probably save money the long run will be the shirts they will save money in the wrong and we're trying to educate them a a a about that but it takes you know five seconds to take a pill and it's a lot cheaper but whereas coming in for tammist of course the team as treatment is going to be like six we do thirty forty treatments over course a six to eight weeks and so it adds up in it's a time commitment but.

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"dan reardon" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"dan reardon" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"In your brain because they're like wires sorta and issues and and and they can make you fire so the same way that your your your cell phone can now wirelessly recharge we can actually deliver energy across the skull in some of the the issue and depression is a deficiency of fiery or deficiency of concentrate yeah it's been nichols between the cells been known for a long time it there was typically areas of the praying there were under active in patients with depression and they're really smart psychiatrist they mark george back in the '80s '90s was looking at this thing will if we could just literally stimulate these under active mood areas in the brain and make them fire could we make them sort of comeback alive and so that's exactly what we do we deliver pulses pulses thousands of pulses and treatment and it's literally like exercising that part of the brain exercise a muscle the muscle gets bigger they've been able to demonstrate that those parts of the brain get big her brain growth factors are released no new connections are sprouted literally they can measure growth on it on an mri and an increase in metabolic activity now in this area that restores it to a normal is there more once you get a clinical response is there higher probability of a sustained response than say a pharmacological agent because of this growth and i know there's some observations of growth from pharmacology too right yeah that that's a really good question the kind of we need to do more longterm studies about what happens because one of the problems in the field right now is we have only done these shortterm studies and we can get people better and yet depression is a recurrent and chronic illness in many many people and it comes back many times and so we're not looking ways to maintain people so one of the things we do after we do in a queue course treatment which is basically five days a week for like six weeks how loss half hour forty even half are usually tanning session and your wake your lert you feel this kind of woodpecker on your head.

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"dan reardon" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"dan reardon" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"And we are back and i am privileged to welcome a friend of mine and uh someone who is an expert uh so sit tight you want to hear about this dr todd hadn't welcome targeting you good to see you can true dr hutton is a boardcertified sokaiya tra's fell the american executive association these associate clinical professor sky the us he kicked school of medicine where he teaches residents in sokaiya tree we've known each other for years and years and years at fat twenty five islamic 25 years don'ts that scares me the frightens me dutch threatens twitter handles at dr todd hutton h e t t o n and the website pertinent to the some of the treatment talking about here is so cal t m s dot com soca yelled tms dot com let's just get right into a what is tms well case team s sanskrit trans cranial magnetic stimulation so they break that down trans cranium unit crusher cream crusher skull magic the magnet that goes across your brain skull nedic in their brain and stimulates were stimulating the brain and the thing about it is so as a psychiatrist at you'll have therapy do a lot of prescribing of farm o'clock pharmacology we'd have another tool a way to stimulate the brain to treat depression and potentially a lot of other things so the way i think about it how do you you know wireless charging all the rage yes how does that happen magnet exactly yet more people the people have not studied electric curie of physics of of electrons is that magnets craig currants they move electrons forward and your brain has a certain amount of which chemical qualities to it so the magnet causes current the break right and we look at it when with so magnetism electricity for the two sides of the same quaint you can turn electricity into a magnetic pulse and magnetism goes straight through things so go straight through your skull unimpeded unlike electricity and then it gets converted back into electricity and the neurons nurse in.

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"dan reardon" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"dan reardon" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"As use thoughts of sorts of feed the community with information it'll get shad than we just have lots of people nye that when people ask questions that jump in and said we are on arafat's all all the she she's daca fitness change dot com and then you know without like facebook group something saw that houses going is going good it's gonna really well we we based our series i last year great so we've gone through a few rounds of finance and investment naira we have a patent pending model on some of the back and stuff that we do and without like government grants week on award with markelle soft rate regulations really vehicle with all right doctor dan weird and thank you for joining thank you for letting me be analysed i was it's fascinating for me and uh and it's still again it's it's funny how how these relatively minor tweets can make a significant difference officials tomorrow i'll be doing some minor tweaks avocado mcat timing eating i've committed to the pro since i got my results exits liu you get a prefer where i feel better when i do that certainly is a lot to us but thank you very much for joining us thank social how we'll take a break right back health iq is an insurance company that helps healthconscious individuals are runners cyclists weightlifters like myself and vegetarians to get lower rates on their life insurance go to health i queue dot com slash true you will get a nice big surprise in your insurance rates annual sport the show and you'll see if you qualify that's right on average fifty six percent of health are you customer say between four and thirty three percent on their life insurance so health like you can save our customers up to thirty three percent because physically after people have a fifty six percent lower risk of heart disease 20 percent lower risk of cancer and a fifty eight percent lower risk of diabetes compared to people who are inactive it's like saving money in your car insurance for me a good driver health iq saves you money on your life insurance for living a health conscious lifestyle you should be rewarded for that seventy percent of the clients get exclusive rates at the top brite class and this is the fastest growing life insurance.

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"dan reardon" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"dan reardon" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"On start whom i bonding goblins of free testosterone eastern reception things that and for this at the moment you'll come in at a medium so one of the things that you know as part of the overall know water things need to look i might be looking at the natural dietary ways that you can sort of improved testosterone and so you know how much magnesium it consuming homage vitamin d homage zinc you know i had in things like fenick rate which potentially might have an effect on the some of the conversion of prostate cancer patients always worry about raising to social ills in my in i get measure regularly and it's always moderately high interest rates inge so jeez alpha block as as well for la no no no no nothing just just tactic surgery and stuff and waiting for them shoot a trump wow yeah over there's all kinds of data about the styles run of prostate cancer we only know what it's doing fish and it's it's i think i think testosterone is actually over the next ten to fifteen years going to be one of their so that the biggest growth areas i mean it's already been a growth area in the us in the uk we haven't quite got to the levels that you've got the us with the sorts of the that the myo khomein clinics something well it out of that its female testosterone place to become yet thing and that seems to be less risky than for may yes or the little more thuesday as of yet yeah it's a it's a it's a fascination area and they another incredibly entrust him on as well for you is so that the idea of a fast metabolism and metabolism is germany what people recognize but the reality is a fast metabolism isn't fast it's inefficient someone he can he allow food and none of store and not story then that must be an efficient step somewhere and it turns out that the some proteins that said on the march conjure which are the energy factors of south.

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"dan reardon" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"dan reardon" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"The i would say definitely i would prefer not to have higher triglycerides and you carry that gene variations that would imply overrule you'd certainly needs kit your make a six fought stein and try and push up your omega3s i'm so things like fish oils are deals on that but i would definitely focus on consuming more monounsaturated fats from sources like avocados absolutely i do not salute now the other interesting thing where these genes is that if you do have that particular gene variation what they've also advised this particular case but well they also fi apple fine so with the apple five with this particular gene variation if you have a diet that slightly higher overrule so particular higher monounsaturated fats you actually less likely to store too much body fat so you might be somebody who might benefit from a thigh eyes actually slightly higher in thoughts overruled as long as they're coming from the right sort suffice in terms of body composition monounsaturated mainly monounsaturated also miga 3s a great deal entrust him on for you is that the pods gene night again we live in a society where everyone talks about you should be following a thought slowing carbohydrates but sessin genes can give you information about how well you switch from say burning carbohydrates the burning fat so walks lies in fats so some people switch really pull in therefore lowering carbohydrates would be a good thing but if you switch effectively to binding fast and there's no reason to sell crush loa cops and fees you'll genes would indicate that probably you do switch quite well from burning cops burning fat so.

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"dan reardon" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"dan reardon" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"The experience it's it's a confusion about what they should be to india and i think it's that wants telling them what to do with show simplicia finding official or measuring this and they and they know that the person on the cover is not yet been told that that's how they need to walk seen a people the sensible enough now and to the another always question and because you know what they have been told they're not actually getting the emotional attachment whereas when you actually deliver them the gene information than genetic information if i it doesn't have to be genetic information just anything base personalize in style joe if they get the emotional connection and vice versa line right like source quoted idled social so there's this all of fell familiarly too yeah dr and and that's really interesting because which generally in a world where mocked in a meet it drives the dot choices people take and one of the really common ones that the moments is other diets way and i should ubeda in low carb clearly exactly and you've got you've definitely got some really interesting jim results here saturday on the first one is the the while the epa to in the upper five turns so the fa to gene what studies of showed is that if you have certain variations of the opportunity and you can see him a thought that's too high in saturated fats you'll stole more body fat than if you haven't thought this low in saturated fats and for you you actually carried the variation which would imply that you shouldn't be consuming too much saturated fat and your ties so i also have large vessel to ask of disease my family and keiper cholesterol emu as loud that's always been kind of like fats i go easy on the sure saves they're definitely i thought lower saturated fat and low or just not hi i would say at least i would say lower than lower than thirty percent between probably nine and thirteen cents now the apple 5 g is a gene that seoul to do with what should your polyunsaturated find tightlipped like successive when you have ben carson variations of this gin and you have a diet high in polyunsaturated fats it pushes your triglycerides up which you know you might have an effect might not have enough i were this for complete.

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"dan reardon" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"dan reardon" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Absolutely and you know that's the effects of the ice angie's has converts an enzyme is all to do with water retention and so retention but one of the things that they find diets was that all that they discovered was when they were looking at endurance athletes pretty much all good endurance athletes had a certain variation of this particular gene and people that were a bit more focused on strengthen powerrelated tried in had is completely different variation and fee you you have two copies of the variation which would imply no less of a tendency towards long drawnout passenger at i've stuff in oregon or the strength and power sorry from a volume of training perspective quite low volume train him but in terms of recovery when you add in at one of the genes which we look at that has an effect on recovery will has an effect on the recover ability of fast which muscle you carry one copy of the gene variation which means you produce a protein that actually enhance his or improves your speed of recovery so that yes you should be doing low volume train m but you should definitely bitter in a lot more trained in that focuses on acceleration sorry the the the lift part of the movement lifting a fast let me i i'm not let me let me give a little bit of entries asian or lease so you're saying that uh i i am quick but but don't of speed right i'm so unnerved no endurance who show when i played football american football up i was a defensive lineman and i was the fastest person off the line i could get into the back fuel before anybody else could even see what was going on and then i had to watch the play go by me because i as the end of it it was it was a burst and then that was it was over up to that well really interesting because you have the towards by the parents strength combination here with the ice gene and the recovery ability and the fast which activation and and and and a bullet sick little into the fast which muscle but another entrust in one is a gene called the mcat one gene which actually adds weight to what you just said because the nct one protein at she carries lactic acid into muscle cells too bright.

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