16 Burst results for "Dr Ansell"
"dr ansell" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk
"Well, you have to that means you have to know what you're eating and know what the definition of moderation are because the sugar entry just will say like, yeah, you know everything in moderation as part of a healthy diet this and that and that was part of their thing of muddying the waters and they really funded these. These two doctors. Okay. So one one guy's name was ansel keys and he was a guy who really came up with this. You know the dietary fat was bad the war on fat. And they had another guy named Fred Stare both guys. Were linked to Harvard either they went to Harvard or they study at Harvard but. On paper they're like these guys are really fucking qualified and they were kind of going up against this guy named Dr John yut-kin and he was from England. And they would go out of their way to really discredit everything you can would would do and say so to the point where it's like, Hey, Yod can has. Been quoted in Article Okay Dr Ansell Keys. We're going to arrange an interview with that same paper and you're GonNa he you know. So you can was in there on Tuesday you're going to be on the Thursday paper He released this big study. Okay. Now you a week later release another study and they were just halo and whatever he said didn't matter if the science lined up or not but they were just like systematically like us their guy answer keys and hit him with a hammer and they had a ton of power. Because if you think about this time, there's only three three to five or whatever TV stations in the country and what were the commercials back then you're. You're this you're that. and WHO's buying that a lot of times it's you know people who are controlling the natural sugar -sation. So they're like, why don't you put our doctor on Good Morning? America. Or the equivalent show whatever it was back then and this Guy Ansel keys would go up and be like everything. That guy said is bullshit. Here's the the real story and it's going to be fine everything's moderation and what that also does is it also changes the way you know people perceive. People who are unhealthy where it's like or they look unhealthier they look overweight because it's like well, then that's just their problem like they don't have any they don't. have any willpower whatever to not eat the right way. But in reality, it's just like no like even sold a bill of goods and they're eating they've been told the calories calorie. So it's like if I have a Two hundred fifty calories and a snickers bar or two, hundred, fifty calories of. Spinach and chicken. that. It's going to process the same way and it doesn't at all because what happens is it goes into your liver and instead of like processing it The way like so it's become like nutrient you use it just gets your liver gets overworked and it immediately just turns it into fat. Okay. Couple things now that as far as that goes. I think a lot of people are definitely. Informed enough to realize what sugar is done. Yes, and how bad it is, but I do think there's a lot of people still fight that a killer is a killer. It's definitely out there and I think you probably have these sugar industry people are out there as well..
"dr ansell" Discussed on Love, Gianna
"The classic example one of the heroes in the nutrition world that I have Dr Ansell keys the University of Minneapolis Minnesota. Studied people around the world and identified in Crete and island. Chain that they have forty percent of their calories from fat. Now, what was pure extra virgin olive oil right off the tree that they had exceptional health, very low heart disease rates and they studied. which is now one of the blue zones and they had very very low percentage of calories from fat and they both had exceptional. How now the lessons we've learned is planned fats sometimes an issue, but there's still better than animal fats where we know we've run into problems diets high in animal fats, and we're talking sausages and cheese and Bacon and needs the classic example where that's a problem and again creates example country of Finland in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, eight, sixty, nine, highest heart attack rate in the world forty year old guys droppings. Everywhere, and there was there was very little obesity, but it became central problem the government. So we got fix this problem within five years instituted a other count- program that change the Diet and stop the butter cheese the sausage sandwich for lunch substituting plant based derivatives even small changes heart attack rates fell eighty percent. Wow. Finland. Had forty percent cash from fat everybody dying of heart attacks creep had forty percent cash and fat, and there were very few heart attacks per capita difference was animal fats, plant fats. Now, I'm a fan of lower or no. Fat Diets in terms of added oils. But for the general public, it's still a better place to go to some really good extra virgin olive oil. I don't say no to it unless you're really sick heart patient and then onboard completely with none at all. Okay. answer. For, most of US plant based quote, healthy fats, avocados nuts, olives are on my diets and the died for most of my patients except for the really sick patient and that's a rare patient what is fasting mimicking diet or the prolonged fast created by Dr Walter Longo, what are the benefits? Is it essentially a Kito wholesome plant-based ice? The fasting mimicking diet is the second best thing to come from Los Angeles, of course, your number one. And that's true. Actually, it is the most exciting science and the other thing that's amazing is it's created by an Italian. So there we go. Again we do. Lay Kiana and Dr Vaulter along with the University of Southern California so that it's just true. So long ago. This is such a cool story. Yeah. He grew up in Genoa spent half ever the every year in collaborative southern Italy saw these people his grandfather lived like over one hundred or something like that as natural health can be like being naturally active eating natural garden foods. Yeah. Not Completely Vegan Banney such Janna was You know a seatown. So there's obviously going to be some fish moved to Chicago around age eighteen and all his relatives were sick already from having lived in America for maybe a decade and he noticed it as a kid went through North Texas University to become a jazz guitarist and working bands. Truly that's. Passion and a light bulb went off and said, I'm going to be an anti aging researcher like all nineteen year olds in Texas I could barely speak English right actually made them the head of the marching band and he refused because this is stupid. I WanNa be like you know I want to be like Jeff, Beck, doing riffs. So he actually quit and they went to Los Angeles City became very interested in longevity. Fasting, in the last twenty, five years, he tried an experimental, it's called water fasting. The Sake cancer.
"dr ansell" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition
"Are based on real food with three to four ounces of meat or fish, two to three cups of vegetables and a tablespoon of natural fat, such as butter, olive, oil, or coconut oil. To keep your blood sugar in check. It's the best avoid grains like Pasta, bread and rice, and keep servings of starchy vegetables like corn and potatoes to a half, a cup or less, because all of these foods raise our blood sugar levels. Yeah, it's it's important to note. There are definitely like you said Teresa. That's there's they're definitely real food carbohydrates, which those are great to eat. They have nutrients to, but when they're more starchy like the potatoes or the beans or things like that, you still want to keep those two about a half a cup just to keep those blood sugars. Nice in on an even Keel and the Nice thing when I counsel clients with blood, sugar and whether or not they. They have diabetes or prediabetes or anything. That blood sugar is something that we can have a major impact on in just one meal. Even you can have those balanced blood sugar after just one meal and start reaping those benefits. You don't have to wait two weeks or four weeks or six. Before you start seeing that difference, blood sugars are something that respond immediately to the things that we are eating. You can make a huge difference in a very short amount of time. which can be very satisfying? Absolutely those quick results. That's right. Yeah, so now we're going to just transition over to talking a little bit more about cholesterol. We've hit on blood sugar a bit. So now we're GONNA talk cholesterol. Now for over thirty to forty years, I would even say around fifty years. There's been this myth surrounding fat and cholesterol, and this myth got started in the late nineteen fifties about seventy years ago from flawed research reported by Dr Ansell keys he was using false data, and what was coming up in his data was showing that fat was really the culprit behind heart disease cholesterol levels going up..
"dr ansell" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Knowing what we now know, it's still. Like you say things like you know boy that steak. He'd just feel like clogging up your arteries. As you know that fat just gets wedged in there. He just get these mental images of fat dislike breaking off of food and sticking to your blood vessels right? Yeah, like this is really unhealthier. This is super, indulgent or something like that, and that just may not necessarily be the case, but yeah. We had a number done on US basically, and we're still crawling out from under it, and what's the most magnificently amazing thing? Is that basically all of this? The war on fat, the low fat trend, the possibly the diabetes and the obesity that resulted from route, taking out fast and replacing, it was sugar. All of this stuff came from one study. That was conducted back starting back in the fifties that some people are like the study isn't even legitimate methodologically. So that is the seven countries study. And the creator of the seven countries study. Was Someone named Dr Ansell Keys? Who was married and published and this is. I'M NOT GONNA. Lose, let to. Speak for itself they published a number of high volume selling books about the Mediterranean Diet these cookbooks. And Sometimes like the very first one was only like two years after they started doing this study. So, they've been accused of Cherry, picking their data and promoting correlation as as Asian. And as a result of all this, the United States, very famously came out with the Food Pyramid that we was drilled into our heads in school, and said fat is cholesterol, and that is heart, disease and eating fatty things will kill you. Yes like ipso facto. The problem is is that it was all based on those recommendations that food pyramid was all based on the study, and not any kind of like clinical data. It was just basically a study that. was set up and designed to support a hypothesis. Never really test. A hypothesis is support this hypothesis by Dr Until keys that saturated fats Rose cholesterol levels in your blood, and that increase cholesterol levels in your blood would kill you through heart, disease and so Dr Qisas. been very much demonized over the years as people have figured out like no fats aren't bad for you, and actually you need them. But there's also been like an effort to reform him to and in his defense. He wasn't just some. Some psycho narcissists Dr Showroom what I could tell he is He invented K. rations. K. Rations are called the. Keys Him. Yeah, that that like kept a lot of g is alive and World War Two He was a major part of the Minnesota starvation experiment where volunteers conscientious objectors in world war, two volunteered to be starved so that the scientists could figure out how to feed people without killing them, which became very useful when we liberated the POW, can't in Germany and some of the occupied areas, so he was like a good. I Okay I. Don't know enough about him to say it was a good person, but I don't think he was like an evil person by any stretch of the imagination, and also the reason that he started conducting the study in the first place was because there was an epidemic of middle aged men in particular in America who are just dying left and right of heart disease and he wanted to figure out what the problem was. He also started the Cape Phenomenon. So catching in great..
"dr ansell" Discussed on Taste Of Taylor
"I love that we're talking about Alex mccord and Liu and right now I can't wait so so you're only one season So I'm one season My girlfriend she was like let's start it. I was like okay. Let's start. Let's do it and it's been it's a very enjoyable show. I also like as A. It's so weird. How connected I am to Jewish women like I I. I watched Gills Aaron. And I'm like you know it's also back to Carol Baskin like when I watch tiger king back to the reason I like Joe Exotic more than Joe Baskin or like. It's funny my front so this is a long way to go but I love him. I I love the tangents. My friend in his wife ranked like the different characters on Tiger King from one. They liked them. This is what started this tweet. Right is my friend was like who do you like the most to least of this list of people and it was like the guy with the ponytail. It was carol basket was Howard Baskin. Joe Exotic The red headed guy and the other guy. The one that came in late. That Stolz business. Yes yes God Jeff Jeff Jeff Jeff so so and and I. It was funny because we all did the exercise where we liked the guy with the pony tail. The most and my friend's wife he was lasts for her. Okay why and she her. She was like he was creepy. He you know had these like women that were like we don't know if this was like a call or it was like a sex group but it's and it's like what's funny is like the the people you hate the most of the people you fear the most avalon times. I don't fear any of the men on the show because I know exactly why they had worn a tiger. It was because of penis like when I watched that book the do the Ponytail on top of a elephant taking a bath in the waters. Like this how he fucks. This is how he gets women like. I totally like does this rise to basically be like I was in a sex called with. Yeah yes DOC CANTON DOT Gansel. And I'm like yeah like you know he's just a do. The pain is like I. Totally get that. Yeah he he rides the elephant. He's the king of this little world and women find him attractive for that's a that's an enemy. I can understand Carol Basket. I look at them like I don't know what she gets out of this. It ain't sex unless the Tigers are good at look in your crotch some shit like honestly. I think that they all had sex with the animals. I it just seemed like that regardless. That is so funny because for me. I my most hated personnel. That whole show I really do. Hey Care Baskin but my number one number one is jeff low. It's because I fear men that wear at hardy teacher and I don't understand. Why would you wear t shirt can you please? You're the King of breaking down like people relationships especially men. Can you explain to me? Why why D- First of all is that even a thing anymore. I don't anytime I see that Ed. Hardy get up like man that I know like like I just want to buy them a monster energy drinks. Finish off the fucking look. Rake that guy down for me. What is his story because I am? Sodas freaked out. Man's all penile. It's all this guy. I mean. He came in as like the Vegas Guy was hanging in Vegas and trying to get you know like I do like it like he takes over the circus now. He's Mr Circus. Jeff Low. He's this is all about getting fucked. The end of the day like his girlfriend was like actually cute and good looking. I know and then when he when she was pregnant he's like a campaign for her to get back to the Jim and he's looking like Oh it was gel. Raise so predatory uil you know and it's like I understand why that would scare a woman to me I. He's scary too. I wouldn't walk around my mom or my sister or my girlfriend but I do a Mike. Okay I know. I know what that tiger how that Tiger Bites And how does so if you had to rank the most dangerous guy on the show? Oh I mean it's definitely that Dr Ansell Guy. He's the most dangerous because he's so dangerous because he's actually like he has. He has charm. You don't want like a Shitty Dude with charm. Like Jeff. Low walks into a room and he is a billboard for Like marital disputes looks. He looks like he should be on a billboard to describe all domestic violence. Looks like that when you? He's a warning sign. A walking Danine walking dangerous. It's like bread and Michael Vibes with that fucking Bandanna covering his bald spots. I can't him. I can't dock answers like we love the cats. Come on override the elephant with me and you be like I could ride the elephant like that. Guy's a fucking dangerous dude. Well also like doc plays like an. I was shocked when the girl said that it was so disgusting ended. They were cockroaches on the food because it actually on the outside it looks the nicest it looked like an safari. You know it it. Didn't I think like but he's also like the king of that world like he is the sun the moon the stars all those people paying them twenty dollars a week to new imagine. Can you imagine? You're like Yep and I get to hang with the cats like Carol. Baskin didn't even pay the people they spent four years working there and she didn't even learn their marriage she got them t shirts of different color assortment so she was so tired of asking the wrong person to do something she was like. We're going to have a game. You outright colors you know how kids get so fucking excited over color. Wars that camp. That's the system. She was running with fucking adult. She put in color war at the cat. Hang out exactly God. That show was what a gift what a gift from. Net Flex is amazing. It was amazing. The timing couldn't have been better. We're all sitting there like we're like man. Our our lot in life sucks and they're like Oh we don't we're not better than anyone and then we bring that up. We're like okay. We're I'm you know that they actually fast track that. I just read a story recently. Where they faster acted so netflix. Just like if anyone thinks that it was just you know an algorithm more like a mistake that it came out when it did where all dead wrong it was very much a gift from net flicks to us so blushing flex your they knew that was going to be. The director of the DOC. Said that he has so much footage because now they're talking about bio pic. That's GONNA come out. I Guess Kate McKinnon is part of it and apparently they've been working on this project to do they like to do like a script did almost like parody version of it since November so before it even came on. Netflix and it was based off the documentary. Actually their characters couldn't be written clinic. There's things that happened in that you go. Well this is crazy. Like Joe like just the idea that like you know him at the funeral talking about his ex husband's balls you're like you're like will ferrell to that you'd be like this is a little over the top. This is too much. But so they're gonNA make it so it's GonNa come out so this director. The director of the dock was saying he's really like not thrilled with the bio-pic coming out but he did tease apart too. Because he said he's got all this footage that he didn't get a chance to incorporate because there was a rush on it coming out and he's got the footage now of of what's his name his name. Jonathan it was Joe EXOTICS FIRST HUSBAND. The one with the no-shirt and like four months. Yeah so guess what. That guy's got to S- now man. He's heard he's not him? I Forum I I. Also they've also reopened Carol Baskin's case with the husband I know in crazy also Cardi B.'s. Trying to get Joe Exotic Outta Outta jail with a gofundme. Eighth Course Cardi B. I feel like just goes to the explore page on twitter and to seize the top ten trending article things and it's just like this is my next month. Oh man well anyway. So we've got JOE EXOTIC. You're watching you're watching Mahoney and aside from that house the corn team going for you and your girlfriend quarantine has been good we so I moved I had a move scheduled for April first Before this all kind of came down right which then became an essential thing that moves or essential because I which I understand. Because it's like you know if I don't move the person moving into my place doesn't move and the head of me doesn't move it's all it's traffic jam right so we moved. April first from my apartment in Harlem down to my girlfriend's place which I am at now. She's a studio apartment on the lower east side and then we have an apartment that we're moving into next week. That's in the same building but upstairs. Oh my God so yeah this is like a three tiered move which you know all you WanNa do is get a move down in one day move suck in general and now we're in the studio and it's a little bit tight you know. I'm trying to stay out of the way as much as possible. Only businesses for like. How long like holidays? Now we're going to be here Today's the third. We're going to be here for five days maybe four. I hope you both come out of. I know we're already. She already wants to murder me. She already looked at me like a Serb birthday. So I I feel horrible and I feel like a piece of garbage just sitting in the corner rotting because I'm definitely in the way. This isn't my space. This is definitely She's doing mea favor. I get you know so. We're just trying to tiptoe around each other yesterday. We got in a fight about eggs so like so. She has a mini pan for eggs. And like to me. I was hungry. All I wanted to do was just used the little mini Pan and one little egg vixen there. And she's standing over me with this egg pan and I'm like and she's like well. What do you like? I like the size of one egg. Literally the one egg pan. I got it but one pant so I I was like to me. I just wanted to see how it cooked in it. I was like this is I'm not looking to be fucking Emerald Ghazi. I'm not looking to be Giada like I just want to make an egg in the Pan and looks like fun. And she's like it's a little hot I don't know and she's like watching this whole egg process and I'm like you need to step away from the fucking neck. I am not and she was like well. What are you gonNA put on it? What are you going to do with it? I'm making an egg for the fun of making this one egg stupid Pan Justice. See with the panthers like. I don't even like I'm not. I'm not trying to change the game on egg on eggs done in this plan like and she's like well then then the like the The smoke detector went off. And it's like and it's like listen. She she only looking out for my best interests. That's the thing when you're in tycoon orders yet. I don't care how good your intention is. You're still standing on my foot so it's like it's one thing to have someone go what type of aggie making from across the room. It's another them over your shoulder going. Yeah I don't know by that exit. I don't know what you're doing that egg that long. What's going on you ever? You ever cook at a grill and have a dude so there go like you ever been a.
"dr ansell" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"And Carol and Uh Rick and kill the guy who had the hair of women doc doc and and And so I like. I like fat in the sense that You got an I. It was the conclusion of the story. Now the story is still going on. That's part of it. Is that this like we don't know I mean. Do we know Erin has jeff flow been indicted on anything at this point. Not that I know of okay. What wh- What we do know that. Carroll's second husband poor done who is still missing as far as I know And there was no sort of. And maybe they'll never have a a definitive conclusion to that even though everybody's convinced after watching that that she very likely was involved and maybe fed him to one of the Tigers I jeff was. Jeff was a bad dude man he was. He definitely participated in the plot to kill Carol and set Joe Up. I mean it Joe was td. I asked Aaron yesterday. Who Your number one seed? Wacko on the show US And I guess we both sort of ended up landing on Joe. I I don't get Joe neces- so you didn't right you thought it was I thought it might be Jeffer- even Carol I. Carol was a little more of a Wacko than Joe yet. Not as not as outlandishly Wacko I mean Rick Kirkum the the the the the reality show director. I loved his character. I mean we say characters. This was this was not fiction. The story like he was really an interesting dude. Obviously Joe is interesting. Dr Ansell we really got very little of documental in the final few episodes we we saw in the fine print at the end of the show. That he's he's zoo was rated but was it shut down. Was He shut down? I don't believe so now down. And he has come out and said the reason it was rated was for a couple of things unrelated to anything that came up in the so You know everyone's looking for cover now. At this point there was a story. I read Quoting everybody like Carol You know he was adamant about the House. He was MIS portrayed. He was portrayed poorly in this show and her evidence that she didn't kill.
"dr ansell" Discussed on KFC Radio
"Pizzazz. He has enough Fresno king too long just like every way too long there was. I mean people watch extra shit about Joe Exotic and the animals didn't get like good until the ended up so to Radford's really hooked me. There's interesting stuff in the first two episodes. But that's an hour and a half of like things that really. Don't come up again. I mean the whole thing. The backdrop is the exotic animals in the zoo and stuff. But like I don't need to know about how many pounds of meat they eat and what the industry is like and all that Shit like Gimme the basic so I understand. I don't need. I don't need to know about the animals. We're here to talk about like murder and crime and all that it could have been a five episodes shot where it could have Daschle. Usually it's just become more with documentaries. Seven eight ten episodes. It's insane argued but they can be. They don't like like doc antle didn't need to be in this. He's interesting guy. You also follow sixty on twitter. I happen to be one of them. Don't follows you. He hasn't been active since two thousand eighteen. So I don't know what I did twenty eighteen. Oh g shit yet not not. That's making me more upset than the Kevin. Bacon thing with you doc. Antle I mean. Don't get me wrong. I think that you could make a documentary about Joe Exotic documentary about dot. Gansel an Carol Baskin. If you talk to me about Daryl Dr Ansell is a rapist. He's he's a cult leader. Raivis co-leader is. I don't know if you can use a hard art. But he's a sexual harasser. Or like as a statutory rapists Predator. I guess I don't know what the rules are in Florida. But he said all those girls came when they were teenagers and then they use all seventeen. I think it was He pulled it. He pulled a fast one on us. He said one. The first person on nightside noted as well. He's the first person came when she was seventeen at in the next month he went known her fourteen years donor. Fifteen years so you like associated for the earning running. Yeah but like maybe. She came to meet me game thirteen. I'M GONNA smash the allegedly but non input. There's some shady shit going on when you have young girls come into your compound and then you have multiple wives. That was some shit so that's interesting. I didn't need that in this episode. Like right that's the thing store. Worry or something like that. But it's I think the first episode could have been like the big cat community is wild and maybe you briefly touch on everything and everyone eccentric and then ended with and this is the bad lady. Carol Carol Baskin. She Fed her husband to a tiger by the way she definitely did right. I mean there's no doubt about that hunger dozen percent I've never seen in all my years of consuming true crime content. I have never seen a smoking gun as bad as putting the word disappearance into the will right Hon. Foul Baskin went. She g stole the power of attorney papers and the will got new ones and made sure that they said in upon my death or disappearance which I mean now the thing about it does that kind of exonerate her because like if he she he just maybe. She said that she knew he was gone. But he's one of that money. You know what I mean like like she so she. She didn't have anything to do with the disappearance but she did. WanNa just state the money? Yeah maybe that would be the angle. I would play if I was cow. Baskin like all right. Listen I'M A SCUMBAG? I want this fucking money. But I didn't kill him. I think it's wars one just disappeared. And that's why I want that fucking month. Yeah I mean I think it'd probably speaks more to like. I know that they're never going to find the body. Because I F- fed it to these cats and I WANNA make sure I get the money now. That lawyer has taught her way. She still can't get into declared legally dead but they did declared him legally dead after five years of one day right. So that's why you don't even need disappearance in there. It's upon my de right right right right so. I don't know that that was just like when that lawyer. It was like I've never in thirty five years. No one's will has ever said that. Admitted happens to say it in the one where there is a disappearance something is afoot. Whether Dad just kind of dawned on me that like why would you put if she was on a baby's fear But I do tend to agree with you when I first heard I was like. Oh this is residing Alison present. A smoking ads. It gets Joe Exotic for shore. Burn down that studio with all the tapes clear as day. The footage of of the the lawyer going so the only copies of the tape like those are the only copies of the tape. And he's he's like g understand what I'm saying you Joe as as thick headed as can be your years my thing. I found myself rooting for Joe. Exotic did you know I didn't find myself anybody shows like this. I don't like I do think of the I. I think actually we were saying. Joe Is the most three I do. Think it's Jeff Low. I think I think he's. He's just a like a a a shit head like businessmen use FAG. But yeah he's pretty normal like usually has. Threesomes does ecstasy. He's all you bitches. Like fucking taking pictures on. Instagram of fucking cats. So I bring 'em you know the I did not I did. Not because it's it's everyone's a piece of shit in week like like the Kardashians But they're not appealing to look. I mean Florida is a different galaxy and that was the best representation of Florida. Joe's not in Florida or in. Oklahoma Right Rosen Oklahoma. Yeah that was weird. I felt like it was so fucking already into me. I mean it was. It was just meth mouth and underage. This and straight I mean shot JOE EXOTIC BE. He's also a Predator he just finds seventeen eighteen year old. Like wayward boys and Moxham makes him gay marriage them like Mary. Mary's all of them he was you go on one day with Joe Exotic and he just makes you live with them. Hank did tweet today. That was a little too spot and it had run through my mind as well. Where hangs it fucking Don with higher king? 'cause it's just bizarre Barstool. It really is like Joe. Exotic is very similar today. And ask you just find all these wayward like kind of Mish Mashi Weird people who pack who work with him and then he marries. The youngest one is as Tommy smokes. It's Hank spiders. Getting into the mix. Now Frankie Dylan The Joe Joe Finley is it's yet. The parallels are absolutely. They're they're they're they're very they're hanging tweeted it but it didn't not go through my mind watching as like Nat Joe Exotic is like delusion. Italy narcissistic and confident had preposterous run for for local office. Dresses ridiculous thinks. He's the center of the world's that the talk about how he watched the footage of him being king over and over and over again has done nothing in quarantine except tweet old videos of himself. This time I did. This is the time I did watching himself the the State when the WHEN EMIGRATING SAF. I forget her real name by Sapphire. Whatever when she gets her arm. Ripped off and Jo's meteors was. I'm never gonNA financially from this. Dave absolutely said that sentence Hanke Withdrawn with Dr GonNa find out which by the way I mean and this is very similar to that check when she got she she. She elected to amputate her arm to save the brand. Like that's people like I gotta get back to work. I got a law going to be going to be in trouble but will get a blog up in thirty minutes like dude. You're trying to be mad at me. I mean the GW zoo is one hundred percent early day? Sports one percent that I'M GONNA have to go rewatch like the whole thing narrow scope. That's fucking hilarious is it? Is it to it? T- disturbing it's like it's like it's like what? Barstool sports you know. We got lucky with German and everything. It's it's like again if you didn't catch a few breaks right. Just US sitting in the office eat in the squirrels and just like debut like his one hundred bucks a week and you can eat the rock squirrels. And and he has like raging feuds with the local woman that was Ko Barstools Carol Baskin. And he's talking about an assembly for the whole time and the blackout tour was like our local like like entertainment. Show were put up lights and green screens trying to figure out how to be entertainers.
"dr ansell" Discussed on Reset with Jenn White
"She's also a faculty member at Northeastern Illinois University. Dr Ansell Aisha Jayco welcome to reset. Thank you thank you Dr Ansell. Let's start with you. I Wanna I thank you for covering timeout fresh. She came here after seeing patients. But let's talk briefly about this finding that Chicago has the largest gap in life expectancy expectancy among the US five hundred largest cities specifically that thirty year gap. Well it's profound it's unacceptable. But it's not know is longstanding and this is not new information is just newly risen. Listen to our national consciousness and certainly to the consciousness of the city and what people don't realize this is that diseases are not just just a matter of your belief behaviors in biology. But place where you live in the conditions you live under were under play in can have a profound impact on life itself and is very different for poor people in the United States than rich people in is very different regionally and I went to for the sake of accuracy. It's important to say that the study we refer to that thirty year figure cited is about just one census is tracking street or Ville that was then compared to one. Track an Inglewood. It's not the whole neighbourhood of Inglewood. That had an average gap of thirty years. There's more diversity in life expectancy see between the two neighborhoods. I mentioned you're with west side united and I saw you nodding there as Dr Ansell speaking. Tell me a little bit more. About the work organization dust ask sure so westside united as the collaborative of six health institutions. That have come together to address. The life expectancy gap by leveraging resources. Is that live within those health institutions and those that are in surrounding communities across arteni areas and so basically it began with rush university really really looking at health equity as a central focal point of their mission and redirecting their focus to address. Life expectancy gap which became prominent in after their community. Health needs assessment and from their table was convened for institutions to really look internally around how to look at economic vitality as a collaborative that if combined would be the number one employer in the state of Illinois that is the largest investor of the west side I and that has a lot of local spin power. They wanted to come together to think about how to impact the neighborhoods by looking at local hiring procurement secure mint and employ professional growth internally first and then becoming more outward facing looking at other social determinants of health and how they they activate those of a collaborative bringing multisector partners and once that was designated it was very important to hit the ground and talk to the community about what it hospitals found to be true to make sure that that resonated with the needs of the community to understand how they were perceiving this gap and what they wanted to see done to address it and we found four things people wanted safe neighborhoods access to equitable education. They wanted jobs and they wanted equitable double access to health care and so the work really launched from those two tables. I'm hearing you describe two things. One is unnecessary. Culture shift left within the hospital system and then the other has more to do with communication and maybe shifting the nature the relationship between medical institutions and patients. Can you talk about that. A little boy. Sure so in talking to the Community We had twenty one listening sessions where we talked to about three hundred residents. And there's historical mistrust. People are used to seeing a big organizations. Come in over promise under deliver are and so what we didn't want this to be was another prescriptive model being rolled down from the top down to communities dictating what the need was so for us. It was critical co create a planning committee in our early stages of community stakeholders sixteen residents sixteen local leaders coming together to help inform. I'm what we were looking to unpack how we could build capacity so for us. That's key we heard from the community that we cannot build anything without them. Nothing for us without us. As as some of the foundational principles that came from those conversations and so for us it was very important to leave with that and have community in the driver seat along with institutions factors you've worked across multiple institutions in Chicago and. I'm curious how long the idea of applying Equity Lens to health outcomes. How long that's been part of the conversation institutions are having internally internally yes Well forty one years practicing on the west side of Chicago starting as an intern Cook County and spent seventeen years zero ten ten years at Mount Sony and now been at rush literally in one neighborhood and I call it one. St Two worlds coming down Ogden Avenue and I as as a doctor facing patients with a burdens of disease premature more Talapity I began to and others began to think about how. How do we put our heads around this? And it's not just health and healthcare. These gaps are largely driven by economic conditions structural actual racism educational gaps the built environment in the neighborhood. And you start asking yourself. Why did this happen? And I think these conversations for stations began to have within the institution certainly a Cook County Health System in Mount Sinai where he spent time but over the last decade at a place like rush and we realized that if we were really going to improve health that we had to get at these underlying neighborhood conditions there were producing poor health and when people think of the west side or think of Englewood and they think of death gaps of of these magnitude people think. Oh It's violence. It's gone violence but it's not just violence heart disease and cancer the number one and two cause of premature mortality and all of these neighborhoods but until you get to the underpinnings of economic vitality Things that have been out of the realm of healthcare. I call them the social conditions conditions educational achievement. How we can help with food and security and other gaps in the neighborhoods? This type of thinking is relatively new. No but if you want to take care of sick people come to a hospital but if you want to improve. Health health arises out of the community. I just WanNa say this is the institutions have historical built mistrust And I think You know took it. Things like structural racism and owning up to our own obligation obligation where at least responsible or accountable for the conditions in the neighborhood. Because they've occurred kind of on our watch Russia's been around for one hundred eighty years Cook County County Health One hundred eighty years Sinai. One Hundred Years in these neighbors there was there was more that we could do but the more was has health and healthcare in it but it really had to do with following the lead of the community and say how can we leverage our economic power is organizations to improve the economic life in these neighborhoods. So you should want him hearing. Is that the work you're doing and Westside united required. A A more complex conversation within these institutions conversations. That may not have been comfortable all the time because it required required this sort of clear eyed view of of the institution's role. I'm in the neighborhood. And perhaps in reinforcing some of these disparities that existed. How difficult was it to have those conversations to get institutions to look at themselves critically? I think It was very important having a quarterback like Dr David Dan Slow and the death gap Be Tools to help escalate those conversations. Dr Ansell with champion and had power to bring his peers to the table and have them thinking away. So when you think about systems change at different levels unique different key drivers and people to facilitate those conversations so I think a plus in this work was being able to have peers come around a table and think about and really call out inequity the in a way that it hasn't been done before and I think the death gap even for me coming to this work before I knew about west side united. I picked up the death gap and I opened the book. And was she just blown away by the Ogden cord or where I grew up and spent a lot of time in so even me personally being outside of this network. Initially it touched me so I I would credit Dr Ansell having the conviction and the urgency as a leader to convene a table of people to start these conversations agents in doctor in terms of getting your colleagues engaged in this conversation was that was a difficult road. Well I I had to come to terms. There's with myself and I had to come to terms with actually under seen how structural racism actually works and when it became visible to me took me many many years before I could even say the words and I have to do a root cause analysis on myself and say why was someone who was progressive in these neighborhoods. Doing this work. Why did it take me so long to name racism and I think because I didn't see how my own unearned privilege open doors for me allowed me to be in rooms and then when you're in those rooms you don't want to offend and people by being impolite improper but at some point in time I realized that if structural racism so interpersonal? donal discrimination. You know I make a comment towards you or someone makes a comment. Those release overt was heinous about this structural process. Says is a self replicating and unless you name it you can't even begin to think of how to dismantle it and so you know you look at the west side of Chicago. Gago between one thousand nine hundred seventy and twenty ten income has dropped between twenty and say one hundred fifty percent relative to nineteen seventy whereas the north side of the city income has gone up between twenty and two hundred fifty percent capital investment in white neighbors is nine time that a black neighborhoods. Those are structural conditions. We at Vienna have that discussion around the table with the hospitals about this and so we said this is not just a collaborative. It's a racial health equity quickey framed. Collaborative Bob Berisha University of Illinois Jay Shannon at Health Karen Title Bomb Sinai Martin Judd at Amita and others others I am Media Cody sellers. Amita the folks from Laurie Matt Davis. Everyone was ready to be at the table. And I think people in Healthcare Sane. What more can we do right now? So that table got set In that way and once it got set we had to get people focused on this idea that we're going to take this death breath gap of sixteen years between the loop in the west side when you're looking at larger community areas and have it by twenty thirty doctor. Anton want you to set. This is conversation with a larger context for US right. Now we're talking about I'm health disparities specifically on the west side of the city but soon at Lynn Lens out a bid for us and tell us what's happening across Chicago. Yeah so we're we're focused on the west side neighbors of a ten neighborhoods with about five hundred. Fifty thousand people Their large gaps in the south side in the south suburbs. And it's not just Chicago issue. It's actually a national issue. In fact an international issue largely tied to growing wealth inequality polity or historical Inequality in wealth but also whenever you concentrate poverty in neighborhoods and you limit social mobility because because everywhere you turn. There's nowhere to go. People suffer people get sick and die Early result now west side united has been drunk input from hundreds of organizations and individuals. As you said he's shown how to respond to the gap. Can you share with us. Some of the specific things you've been able to take from the community the and the plight of this work so are launching twenty eighteen. We present at ten strategies that we wanted to address costs four domains and from those community conversations. There were these haunting report outs around what perceptions were for access to mental health and we begin to hear things like the biggest provider of mental. The health on the west side is the Cook County jail and so we released. RFP for colocation of mental and Behavioral Health Services for Westside.
"dr ansell" Discussed on Earn Your Happy
"Social honoring Buggy Sebok you you tell your child snow you are blue in the face of hair beautiful although they are easy but now they're buddies but it you on your side are getting on a scale and you are firms or if you're not eating with your children or your like no Mommy Mommy Mommy seventy or if you're only drinking fluids confusing messages for the trial now they don't. They don't understand mom tells me on youthful Mama's that they did she feed also can I really trust uh-huh and so it says only makes messages and I didn't WanNa have mixed messages for my children. I didn't want her mixed messages in my wife anymore and so I really adopted in not being part of the culture and zero pointed out and you spot it in in unhealthy or not do about it educates and to give power back as consumer. You don't have to her office. You don't have to agree are- just because there are celebrity are because they're selling you. Something doesn't mean you have to believe you can say that's not for me. <hes> but could you specialties reject the advice on alignment with your side you don't and that's what I started for myself and that's what I want danced by deals <hes> so beautiful. I truly like looking looking. How were you raised at. What was something that you saw <hes> growing up that was you know impact on your body image while I was raised for my buddy Michio very focal focal points. I mean I was always told about comments that external parents all the time which was not good <hes> you know. I remember going on a diet right when I was probably fourteen at not younger. <hes> you know how to my calories <hes> worry about you know what. I was in apply or if could get into my clothes. I mean I don T. H S <hes> the messages to need were is very importance and it's probably really not directly but was both it was both were about me and that's the urgency of mistrust might way that I love is the least interesting about and I don't want anyone to say that the they look is the most interesting thing about them. <hes> what is interesting about a person is what they have to offer the world who they are the way they treat others if they're kind if they're accepting a fair like bats when I that's who I have on my life not. I don't have a girlfriend because she's fuse me could you she's caring and she's amazing mom and because she's educator. She works really hard. You know whatever it may be the inner fault so all I wanted to get away from that because that was something that I really grow up. Let's <hes> lost just my parents <hes> about my in the way that I lost. I still today about relief. Say An yes my daughter my son a <hes> or he is and <hes> sewing ray to just <hes> I mean it was something that was so nice to be told and said to net but now we don't you know when it's it we forget get like. Oh wow you just cling to that then that's going to be the thing where most of the value is and I think one of the biggest ways that I've shifted out of that especially coming from you know so having no attention up until I started doing fitness competitions and then getting all the attention only for that one of the main ways that I had to detach my identity eighty from my body and being super lean because the second I wasn't super. Lena wasn't getting those comments so it was like Oh my God. How do I get those again <hes> feeling scene because I didn't know other ways how to feel seen even by myself so <hes> like realizing their buckets like in my adding to the beauty bucket the witches usually I usually comes up pretty empty in the end or am. I adding chill like my what I love about myself and what I think. Is You know how do I make myself enjoyable to myself and a lot out of those answers are being creative. Deny learn another language. Can I play the guitar can be really really amazing to other people. Can I help them with their business. Can I in those are things now that are like so lasting like those are so fulfilling <hes> so. How can we focus on you know like building building things up especially as emails outside of you know our external? I love what you just said. It's so valuable because I was just working. When he was in high school you know he got all his release. Irby's of his <hes> and he you know fast four years later and this came back to his high school reunion and yet still fees I e about that. He loves and he's obsessive about working out because he wants to uphold this image that he had you as a teacher. I said to him. I never the least interesting interesting thing about just block. He's a win has ever said that I need you here and yet to give myself the permission to being more. Um and I said Yeah I mean we just had this conversation and I agree with you. <hes> thoughtless signing out beyond the on our physical appearance and you talk about how <hes> you know this is equated with moral superiority. It is that people in Federal Bonnie's how get her figured out <hes> having the answers to help the wellness know know what they're doing. It could not be further from the truth and I'm not all our number statement. What I'm your we cannot. I say who or who does not have an eating disorder native Bonnie myspace on their shakers we cannot determine a person's health based on our sheets our size from the external appearance <hes> I worked with individuals have interesting. Hermosa and I tell you what they are miserable. <HES> <HES> <hes> I've worked with fitness competitors. They are miserable. When I was at my fitness I was miserable. I was hungry. You know I knew there was a problem but on a date and I didn't even pay attention to what he was saying because bread on the table and I had had not eaten bread and months and smell and just looking at lake debris image site. I couldn't stay because auditing about I was like I want and it had been months that he any cars and I had reached my car image the day so I can eat it but guess what happens. I went home now in Wilmington. It's these horrible and then too but we can't these horrible vicious cycles. Darby are really again avoiding joy taste Joel <unk> it. It's it's fun. It's push backs and if we're not allowing ourselves that we we're GONNA make it harder harder for ourselves to our ears. <hes> Oh man I've been there so many times back into day and let me tell you one of the scariest things in the world was letting go of like in order for me to let go of that. You know what I thought was controlled but it was really always had the opposite effect like whenever I would feel very in control I would have the equal Yin and Yang right the equal and opposite effect like Taliban happen of uncontrolled on the other side so <hes> something that I want to just chat about briefly is just you know when you're onstage. You're talking about the I think. It's called the Minnesota starvation study. which would you talking about you know not being able to or or you know trying to stop yourself from having the bread and binging <hes> you shared some stuff that I thought was so interesting? Could you share a little bit about that. Yes so this study's fascinating. It's one of the most important stay he's when it comes to dieting because he was done after World War Two Dr Ansell keys in his research wanted war and it wasn't our guns and warfare that kills humanity during that time it was famine and so he wanted to understand how reality Abbadi after salvation the four hundred mils subjects on tear it an <hes> thirty six that he and I <hes> rebound sold on rebound lean take a sign and they are given thirty two hundred calories to start off and a memory rate and then the six month period was a restrictive restrictive period. They cut their calories in house of outs one thousand five hundred seventy calories now. Laurie e you know I'm sure I mean I have died and been on way less than one thousand five hundred zero calories and so this was you know Hutton half of -spensive <unk> so naturally we're going to see changes in their body shape and size and that's you know what researchers predicted and wanted to see ah but what the words for here for was the emotional and mental <hes> marquesses the declaration of Restriction Cowry Orest so men started. You're all in the Food Lion. The your <hes> the starts you're not sit with each other and would stay <unk>. I am knee were inning. They way tried to dilute their potatoes watered lasts longer they would tape tape mayor for our students every single morsel left-armer each <hes> they would go into the garbage only defines a leftovers a lease and I've been there. I achieved my dog <unk> through the garbage. I love love. You know try to jump around. His house was like pizza touching anything now. It's funny. She's like yeah so that but back in there <hes> you know <hes> Housing Bay Nice were instead of reading books or literature on a dress or hobbies they started reading cuts and recipe books and what are we seeing with any dining program we see the <unk> foul and they became obsessed so they stopped socializing the one another and they instead would isolate themselves and not go to police they would shoot up to forty packs of gum a day. <hes> come with bands they tried to smoke cigarettes and all that was and and as the months there be heater became worse they became more empathetic became more. I selected they became more irritable. <hes> they lost their motivation to do a loss of activities so activists months the next phase was the rehabilitation base and that was three months and their calorie intake increased. He's five hundred calories and naturally would think that would be happy and there since crews. Ashley got worse him more aggressive. They actually be gene severely depressed a couple out suicidal because he felt that they failed the program. A song in the beer wasn't enough parents you what the researchers are showing. Hey No sir as your stats. You've lost enough. We need to rehabilitate your Bonnie. They struggled and suffered from Bonnie too smart and so what they saw was different than what other people one man was going so crazy his mind he was eliminated unneeded. Iraq and when he was walking home I mean back then there was like McDonald's or dairy. Free Bay stops at a soda shop.
"dr ansell" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"Make very good point in the book, you know, low body temperature lazing around quite a bit, you know, kind of low level physical activity versus intense exercise seem to be some pretty profound longevity benefits. Of course, I'm not one to argue that you wanna live life, you know, cold and libido lists. And and kind of with. Any any muscle who wants to live one hundred fifty years, if you're laying on the couch day, but at the same time, you do make a very good point with that one another myth in. There's two other miss I want I want to cover in the time that we have is what what you talk about regarding saturated fat. Can you get into the myth about saturated fat? Yeah. You know, spach rated fad is is in again. And I you know, I followed Dr Ansell keys writings ever since. I got into this. Probably everyone of the paleo community mentioned Ansel keys, and he's immediately of vilified knows, you know, the guy who said everything off in the wrong direction by saying fat as bad. He was nutritious two from the university of Minnesota or your listeners don't know. But they probably do who invented the k ration in World War Two that actually saved our troops. And when glide Eisenhower had Artika tack in the mid fifties, very robust than male. Who would they call out basically retirement than answer keys to say, hey, come and figure out why this happened? Well, answer keys had actually been working on starvation experiments. And so he went around literally world looking actually over twenty countries looking at foods and their relationship to coronary arteries, and he eventually published the seven countries study which in. In the reading, basically, the more saturated fat people ate the more heart disease. They had the less saturated fat, eight less heart disease. Now, he's been wildly criticized because he cherry picked his data, but you can go online and see the whole data, and they're still definitely a trend toward saturated fat. But what I think nectar keys did not say is that plant fats. He did not actually say were bad for you. That was implied from is or but he retired to village south of actually just above at Chiro Lee south Naples and last year, I had the opportunity to interviews housekeeper. He died just shy one hundred two years of age. So he's actually the ole oldest living nutritious, nutritionists do very badly in terms of longevity. As I joke about in the book, and people are just waiting for me to you know. Kickoff improve myself wrong. Any so answer keys, actually, eight huge amounts of olive oil living in Italy. And I think we've missed that in vilifying Ansel keys, and I've looked at all his work over and over and over again. And I don't think he made the connection that in general animal fat is accompanied by animal protein, and again, I hate to beat a dead horse or eating eat a dead or is. But. I think where there's smoke there's fire, and what he may have been see is the influence of animal protein that being said, I think there's so much evidence of the health benefit of olive oil particularly on brain function on perhaps mitigating the effect of TMA. Oh production from from our micro Buyum that we shouldn't vilify monounsaturated fats. You're talking to a guy who's a member of a an olive oil club. I get I get fresh olive oil delivered to my house quarterly from all over the world. And we have we have tastings with the kids to to feel or to to get the sense in the nose and the fragrance, and then the tasting notes, but how much of this do you think is also related to the APPA, gene? 'cause I mean, not that it affects the size of Kyla microns. And it changes how we metabolize fats are. Body. And you know, I personally used to you know, I used to do like a a full on Kito genyk diet. And of course, the pantry was full of coconut cream and coconut milk, and you know, the the refrigerator full of lard, and engage and all these compounds that are chock full of saturated fats, and then upon finding out I have version of the Appalachian called the three four Gino type..
"dr ansell" Discussed on WTVN
"Six ten WTVN news time five twenty four hundred turned out for a rally in Palo Alto, California, where Christine Blasi Ford teachers showing their support for her as she prepares to bring her accusations of sexual improprieties against supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh when they were in high school, bring them before the Senate Judiciary committee this week. Craig Kaplan, a former colleague affords attended the rally knowing her I think, we'll do just great. The court listen sewer because she has a lot to say. And I know she's telling the truth separately, the New Yorker reports a second woman has emerged alleging cavenaugh exposed himself to her when they were students at Yale the annual United Nations General assembly gets underway. This week marking his centennial the world body will unveil a statue of Nelson Mandela arms outstretched at the UN there shouldn't be immediate price hikes. But ten percent tariffs on certain Chinese imports go into effect today. Major retailers say if you're contemplating a big ticket purchase Sooners better than later. Richard cantu. ABC news. It's five twenty four now on NewsRadio six ten WTVN. Let's say good morning to Joe Riley, a real pleasure to have Dr Gary Ansel joins us live now, Dr Ansell specialist cardiology and vascular medicine for Ohio health, and Dr I don't know if you have a lot of conversations about eggs in your private or your professional time. But there's another study out that says, hey, those high levels of bad cholesterol. Do they cause heart disease or not it seems like almost every day? We get new word on stuff like this. So Joel the trial actually is an epidemiological evaluation. And and it was really look at it really old people. I mean, you're talking seventy five eighty five years old and remember God didn't make us to live forever. And so we're all dying around that time period. And so it's really hard to discern. When you go and try to use and find out why up teams working or not working in that age group 'cause there's so many other deaths that I it gets to be really a dirty study. And I should show point out that this was done mostly in England, though, there's some other countries in England's always trying to create scientific trials to make sure we're not treating patients because then it's cheaper for their socialized medicine. So it's not known as the best country for research when you when you look at your own practice, you talk to your own patients if that comes up bad cholesterol, maybe specifically with hey, I like an almond or I like to have a couple scrambled in the morning. What do you tell people? So so eggs really have not turned out to be as bad as everybody thought. They really are not the contributor that. We thought they were. I mean, the big deal from what I'm doing at this age group of seventy five to eighty five is if it's not broken don't mess with it. I'm not gonna take somebody who just has bad cholesterol, otherwise healthy and put him on any medications at that point in time because I'm trying to maintain their quality of life, not make a live a lot longer because anything I do to try to do that may hurt him more than help them. So you know, when I the younger age group, especially in this country where we. We have this big just outbreak of diabetes the stat medications really make a big difference. I don't want people to hear that. They don't the article that came out in the sun times really misrepresented the day quite badly. And again, this is a retrospective review of patients not in the US. And so it's really hard to take that and put it in our us population. But I'd say, you know, when you really get old if you're doing great alone just keep on keeping try to keep it doing well, and certainly eating healthy and exercise, you know, keep you functioning as you get into your older years. Dr Gary Ansel, our guest, Dr know, if somebody has high cholesterol, they're concerned about heart disease and are looking for more natural ways. I mean, you know, eat better, and, you know, exercise more. But I mean, are there foods that really can strip some of that out of you does so much it'll strip it out of you. But if you decrease that your intake of those actually eat, a healthier diet, your body will naturally start to use utilize that because it's cholesterol. We eat cluster. Steak and everything else. And if we get our calorie counts down and eat healthy, then we actually start to use those foodstuffs that are in our blood vessel. So you can solve clean out. But the big thing for us is that you don't get progression of disease, what causes heart attacks and strokes is what's in your blood vessel becomes rancid splits the lining of your blood vessel. When you get a blood clot. That's what leads to a heart attack or stroke. So if we could eat healthy and exercise maintain that I call it the tough long codeine of the blood vessel and keep it from splitting you're not gonna have heart attacks and strokes. So it's not as big a deal about reversing it as it is maintaining that. It doesn't get any worse. Keep on keeping on Dr great stuff. We appreciate very much the time. Dr Gary Ansel, specialist cardiology and vascular medicine for health. Nice job back live this morning at five thirty five on NewsRadio six ten WTVN..
"dr ansell" Discussed on WTVN
"A real pleasure to have Dr Gary Ansel joins us live now, Dr Ansell specialist cardiology and vascular medicine for health. And Dr I don't know if you have a lot of conversations about eggs in your private or your professional time. But there's another study out that says, hey, those high levels of bad cholesterol. Do they cause heart disease or not it seems like almost every day? We get new word on stuff like this. So Joel the trial actually is an epidemiological evaluation. And it was look at it really old people. I mean, you're talking seventy five eighty five years old and remember God did make us still live forever. And so we're all dying around that time period. And so it's really hard to discern. When you go and try to use and find out why sub-themes working or not working in that age group. 'cause there's so many other doubts that I it gets to be really dirty study. I should show point out that this was done. Mostly in England, though, there's some other countries in England's always trying to create. Create scientific trials to make sure we're not treating patients because then it's cheaper for their socialized medicine. So it's not known as the best country for research when you when you look at your own practice, you talk to your own patients if that comes up bad cluster, maybe specifically with hey, I like an omelette or I like to have a couple scrambled in the morning. What do you tell people? So so eggs really have not turned out to be as bad as everybody thought. They really are not the contributor that. We thought they were. I mean, the big deal from what I'm doing at this age group of seventy five to eighty five is if it's not broken don't mess with it. I'm not gonna take somebody who just has bad cholesterol, otherwise healthy and put them on any medications at that point in time because I'm trying to maintain their quality of life. Not make them live a lot longer because anything I do to try to do that may hurt him more than help them. So you know, when I the younger age group, especially in this country, where we have this big just outbreak of diabetes these statin medications, really make a big difference. I don't want people to hear that. They don't they argue that came out in the sun times really misrepresented the day quite badly. And again, this is a retrospective review of patience not in the US. And so it's really hard to take that and put it in our us population. But I'd say, you know, when you really get old if you're doing great need alone is keep on keeping right? Try to keep it doing well, and certainly eating healthy and exercise, you know, keep you a functioning as you get into your order years. Dr Gary Ansel, our guest, Dr know, if somebody has high cholesterol, they're concerned about heart disease and are looking for more natural ways. I mean, you know, eat better, and, you know, exercise more. But I mean, are there foods that really can strip some of that out of you? Well, there's so much it'll strip it out of you. But if you decrease that your intake of those and actually eat a healthier diet, your body will naturally start to use utilize that because it's cholesterol, we eat cholesterol's and steak and everything else. And if we get our calorie counts down and eat healthy, then we actually start to us. Those foodstuffs that are in our blood vessels. So you can self clean out. But the biggest thing for us is that you don't get progression of disease, what causes heart attacks and strokes is what's in your blood vessel becomes rancid splits the lining of your blood vessel. And you get a blood clot. That's what leads heart attack or stroke. So if we could eat healthy and exercise to maintain that I call it the tough long coating of the blood vessel and keep it from splitting you're not gonna have heart attacks and strokes. So it's not as big a deal dot reversing it as it is maintaining it that it doesn't get any worse. Keep on keeping on Dr great stuff. We appreciate very much the time. Dr Gary Ansel specialists cardiology and vascular medicine for Ohio health. Six forty on the nose. Here's traffic and weather updates. We do it every ten minutes on the tens it's from TempStar heating and cooling products on the west side. Seventy westbound is now closed between Hilliard Rome road and state route one forty two after an earlier accident traffic is slow on the east side on seventy westbound between Miller Kelton and the east split..
"dr ansell" Discussed on WTVN
"Six ten WTVN. A real pleasure to have Dr Gary Ansel. Join us live now, Dr Ansell specialist cardiology and vascular medicine for Ohio health, and Dr I don't know if you have a lot of conversations about eggs in your private or your professional time. But there's another study out that says, hey, those high levels of bad cholesterol. Do they cause heart disease or not it seems like almost every day? We get new word on stuff like this. So Joel the trial actually is an epidemiological evaluation. And it was really look at it really old people. I mean, you're talking seventy five to eighty five years old and remember God did make us still live forever. And so we're all dying around that time period. And so it's really hard to discern. When you go and try to use and find out why sub-themes working or not working in that age group because there's so many other doubts that I it gets to be really a dirty study should show point out that this was done mostly in. England, though, there's some other countries in England's always trying to create scientific trials to make sure we're not treating patients because then it's cheaper for their socialized medicine. So it's not known as the best country for research when you when you look at your own practice, you talk to your own patients if that comes up bad cholesterol, maybe specifically with hey, I like an almond or I like to have a couple scrambled in the morning. What do you tell people? So so eggs really have not turned out to be as bad as everybody thought. They really are not the contributor that. We thought they were. I mean, the big deal from what I'm doing at this age group of seventy five eighty five is if it's not broken don't mess with it. I'm not gonna take somebody who just has bad cholesterol, otherwise healthy and put him on any medications at that point in time because I'm trying to maintain their quality of life, not making live a lot longer because anything I do to try to do that may hurt him more than help them. So when I the younger age group, especially in this country where we have this big just outbreak of diabetes. The stat medications really make a big difference. I don't want people to hear that. They don't the article that came out in the sun times really misrepresented the day quite badly. And again, this is a retrospective review of patience not in the US. And so it's really hard to take that and put it in our us population. But I'd say, you know, when you really get old if you're doing great, leave alone just keep on keeping right? Try to keep it doing well, and certainly eating healthy and exercise, you know, keep you functioning as you get into your older years. Dr Gary Ansel, our guest, Dr you know, if if somebody has high cholesterol, they're concerned about heart disease, and they're looking for more natural ways. I mean, you know, eat better and exercise more. But I mean, are there foods that really can strip some of that out of you? Well, they're not so much. It'll strip it out of you. But if you decrease that your intake of those and actually eat a healthier diet, your body will naturally start to use a lot utilize that because it's cholesterol, we eat cluster Olsen steak and everything else. And if we get our calorie count. Down and eat healthy. Then we actually start to use those foodstuffs that are in our blood vessels. So you can self clean out. But the big thing for us is that you don't get progression of disease, what causes heart attacks and strokes is what's in your blood vessel becomes rancid is splits the lining of your blood vessel. And you get a blood clot. That's what leads to heart attack or stroke. So if we could eat healthy and exercise maintain that I call the tough long the blood. Essel and keep it from splitting you're not gonna have heart attacks and strokes. So it's not as big a deal dot reversing it as it is maintaining it that it doesn't get any worse. Keep on keeping on Dr great stuff. We appreciate very much the time, Dr Gary specialists cardiology and vascular medicine for Ohio health stay where you are minute away. Traffic and weather. It's your eight thirty news, then we dive back to the buckeyes Stanley Jackson bold predictions at the beginning of the season. It looks like he is spot on great production out of the running backs. Great production out of our quarterback. What's he got forced this week? We'll find out coming up after news next on six ten WTVN..
"dr ansell" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside
"Right? Deliciousness that we've. Yeah, we've we've model. Modified them. So we could spray the shadow them and kill all the weeds and whatever I so there's that. And then there's also public policy which government tends to put out maybe with good intentions, maybe not in public policy was pushed initially, the whole low fat hypothesis was pushed by Dr Ansell keys who did this study on. I think it was nine countries to try and find out why we were seeing this heart to heart disease were starting to grow. And so we're trying to figure that out. He'll mid two of the countries to fit his narrative. So why would a doctor do that? I mean, is it just maybe he was actually interest of, I think maybe he was looking for some fame, maybe, you know, some recognition omits two of the countries and comes up with this fat hypothesis where, oh, if you eat too much fat, that's what's causing heart disease. And so it became public policy, lower your fat intake and everybody thought, oh shit, fat causes heart disease causes heart attacks, which kind of when you hear it, you're like, yeah, it makes sense. That fat. It doesn't, but that was what they. Pushed people started going the grocery store and food manufacturers responded and say, oh shit, we need to make low fat fat light stuff. Yeah. But how do they make it palatable, right? They add more sugar or whatever. So fat consumption went down, carbohydrate consumption went up and then of course subsidies to corn wheat and soy and the food pyramid and just years of decades of false information propaganda. And now the American diet is very, very heavy in these heavily processed foods and carbohydrates also high in heavily processed vegetable oils because they're subsidized. So rather than using a fat like lard or butter, which is what we've used for thousands of years. We're gonna use the cheaper alternative, which is cheaper because of subsidies, which is this hydrogenated soya oil or whatever. You know. And here we are now here we are today, and that was just one of those things though. I mean, like if if you take the, I think the fitness industry. I mean you're in India industry. I'm not trying to be offensive or anything. When I say. But the fitness industry, the nutrition industries, like every six months or every year, it's like, well, yeah, that's what we said last year, but, but this is the way to do it now. And so I kind of have a fear that this maybe not fear, but just a little bit of skepticism that the the higher fat diet or the paleo, or the Kito or the now, the carnivore diet is like the next thing in the next year. It'll be something else your correct? I do think though if we eliminated wide spread funded public government policy, we would have figured out much sooner. For example, right now, the general consensus in the health and wellness and fitness industry is avoid heavily processed foods. That's pretty. That's pretty damn good information. It really is that to me, I hear that. I'm like, yeah, that's common sense. That almost seems like common sense now. Yeah, no, the fitness industry. It was responding to a couple of different things. First off when consumers demand the impossible only. Lies will suffice. So consumers want, I want to lose weight tomorrow. I don't wanna change any.
"dr ansell" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast
"Him so that their genes work like the Staten. And so these rats have really, really law deal and these rats do not do well, you know, if you're if HDL l. dear LDL high and your triglycerides are low. Chances are you're very, very healthy. If you're following a low carbohydrate diet, because you're you're, you're basically able to your, there's all this fat there because you're using. As energy, right? So that's your energy source. You're not plugging in the carbs to fuel your body didn't go in family that transports happy. But what what would you say if I asked you what would happen to someone's LDL if they fasted for seven days. Well, you you would you think it would go down? Yeah, right, right. These people like by seventy percent or something ridiculous. Like there was a study that they did like the seven day fasting study LDL skyrocketed. So there's like kind of like an inverse relationship between cholesterol numbers and the amount of fat you eat. One of the other guys, this he's a, he's an engineer. His name's Dave Feldman. He's like schooling doctors on this. Doctors are saying, thank you for your work is amazing. He he started to do like a low carb high fat diet years ago, and he was like freaking out about his cholesterol numbers. He realized that this is me, this is what I, he's a lean mass, hyper responder. And so he can tell you if you have insurance issues like because they're telling you gotta get, he can basically say, this is what you gotta do. Here's the protocol to get your cholesterol down and we'll do it. Like within four days, he'll be able to tell you what your how to like how your cholesterol number would be, because it's a snapshot in time of what the energy status in your body is. So. Cholesterol's important and it transplant, you know, it's important for for to SaaS room. And so that's how it would make sense to Sasha will go up with higher cholesterol, higher fat. You know, low fat diets. He's think about it like you don't feel good. You don't prefer on. Exactly. And that's, that's the unfortunate thing that happened. I don't know what it was a visit, eighties physics, man. It was way back then where I made fat the bad guy and they made sugar. Yeah, because it wasn't if you go to the because that's when all the cereals and everything were popping up is like, this is what you eat. Nineteen. Aerials. Edmund Dr. Ansell keys did the seven countries study which what he did was like his whole hypothesis was that the more fat you eat, the more heart attacks you have. So he took seven countries. Look these these countries, all eight more fat, and they all had more heart attacks where there was like eight or nine different study countries that had a bunch of fat and didn't have heart attack time. Good. He's selectively yet. Yeah. And then it's a hypothesis called the diet heart hypothesis into this day. We are treating people. We have food pyramids. We have all these recommendations based on hypothesis that was never. Even it's just it doesn't make at least I think people are a little bit more aware of this now. Mirror pyramid is a kind of a bunch of crags servings of of Brandon rains and rains every day, you know, and these people these poor. Imagine these. These people are like they're going to like a registered dietitian and they're like putting put me on a diet and they're like, you need to eat fifteen hundred calories a day. So you starve yourself. And then on top of starving yourself, have most of those from carbohydrates. So you're always hungry. And what happens after only eight weeks of eating, a low calorie diet is your grilling, which is your hunger. Hormones can be elevated for up to a year later. So why do you think there's no reunion episodes for the biggest loser? These people are wrecked mandate. They put, they put them exactly what the government has told us to exercise more move more, eat less and these people are just, yeah, while you're doing it working out four hours a day and eating twelve hundred calories, you just gonna shed on the spot, but it's gonna come back man and these people, you know. They should. They should. These people should come on TV and talk about this stuff. You know, they don't because it's probably barest, you know, there's none of these people. It
"dr ansell" Discussed on Strong By Design
"Cholesterol's important and it transplant, you know, it's important for for to SaaS room. And so that's how it would make sense to Sasha will go up with higher cholesterol, higher fat. You know, low fat diets. He's think about it like you don't feel good. You don't prefer on. Exactly. And that's, that's the unfortunate thing that happened. I don't know what it was a visit, eighties physics, man. It was way back then where I made fat the bad guy and they made sugar. Yeah, because it wasn't if you go to the because that's when all the cereals and everything were popping up is like, this is what you eat. Nineteen. Aerials. Edmund Dr. Ansell keys did the seven countries study which what he did was like his whole hypothesis was that the more fat you eat, the more heart attacks you have. So he took seven countries. Look these these countries, all eight more fat, and they all had more heart attacks where there was like eight or nine different study countries that had a bunch of fat and didn't have heart attack time. Good. He's selectively yet. Yeah. And then it's a hypothesis called the diet heart hypothesis into this day. We are treating people. We have food pyramids. We have all these recommendations based on hypothesis that was never. Even it's just it doesn't make at least I think people are a little bit more aware of this now. Mirror pyramid is a kind of a bunch of crags servings of of Brandon rains and rains every day, you know, and these people these poor. Imagine these. These people are like they're going to like a registered dietitian and they're like putting put me on a diet and they're like, you need to eat fifteen hundred calories a day. So you starve yourself. And then on top of starving yourself, have most of those from carbohydrates. So you're always hungry. And what happens after only eight weeks of eating, a low calorie diet is your grilling, which is your hunger. Hormones can be elevated for up to a year later. So why do you think there's no reunion episodes for the biggest loser? These people are wrecked mandate. They put, they put them exactly what the government has told us to exercise more move more, eat less and these people are just, yeah, while you're doing it working out four hours a day and eating twelve hundred calories, you just gonna shed on the spot, but it's gonna come back man and these people, you know. They should. They should. These people should come on TV and talk about this stuff. You know, they don't because it's probably barest, you know, there's none of these people. It comes down to what, what? What sustainable to? Yes. Ultimately, it's like you got to be able to eat a certain way that's not just temporary. I mean, sure. There's deep reasons to detox short term thing and then get back to get back, but what's what's your your to? What's your consistent day of eating look like? And he has to be that you're saying she aided. Yeah, and that your got clarity, and you have a fair amount of energy and you're sleeping well, and you're able to perform the exercise or whatever it is you do for active duty..