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"dr shockers" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

07:37 min | 7 months ago

"dr shockers" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Healing. Guys i go through how fast. They're going through all the best science and research on intermittent and extended fasting and how to utilize it to help prevent or even heal from cancer. Autoimmune conditions digestive disorders and neurodegenerative conditions like alzheimer's and parkinson's guys. The book goes over all the various research and practical applications for daily intermittent fasting partial fasting and extended fasting. This book is designed to help inspire and empower you to embrace a fasting lifestyle while also enjoying tasty and healthy foods at the right time to improve your metabolic flexibility and energy efficiency. See you can burn fat for fuel and have all day energy. You are going to love this book so check it out you can get it on. Amazon dot com. We also have a website. Dr shockers dot net forward slash fasting transformation. That's dr dockers dot net forward slash fasting transformation include learn more about it and of course he can pick the book up on amazon. You're gonna love it. Thanks so much guys. How would you like to win a ninety day supply of paleo valley to merrick complex to america's one of the best supplements you can take to keep inflammation or control to support your brain your gut and your skin really keep you healthy and strong and feeling great and you can win a ninety day supply now. By going to rate my podcast dot com forward slash jock irs lever of you for our podcast and then send a screen shot or a confirmation of the review to assistance at dr jock. Irs dot com winners will be announced and contacted on november thirtieth and will receive a ninety day supply of the paleo valley to merit complex. So that just may be you on top of that when you leave a review you help us reach more people and impact more lives. So thanks so much for doing that. And i'm pulling for you hoping that you will be the one that wins the ninety day supply of helio valley to mira complex so again simply go to rate my podcasts. Dot com forward slash shockers lever review. And then send a screen shot or confirmation or the to assistance. Dr dockers dot com to be entered to win. This podcast is an audio recording. One of my most popular youtube videos all about the top nutrition and supplements strategies to reduce inflammation. Your body we know. Inflammation is at the root of every chronic degenerative condition and so it's so important to have an anti inflammatory lifestyle. I'm going to go through the things you need to know to keep inflammation under control. C can really thrive in life age effectively like age slow down the aging process. Feel great every single day guys are gonna get so much value out of this podcast. And if you haven't subscribe to our channel please do that now and also leave us a five star review in apple. Itunes just go to your podcast player and apple. Itunes scroll to the bottom of our Channel so find our our channel. Dr joggers functional nutrition. Show scroll to the bottom and leave a five star review there and that helps us reach more people and impact more lives. Thanks so much for doing that. And let's go into the shop. Hey guys in order to be healthy. And today's age. We've got everything we can to keep inflammation under control and so in. Today's video ominous show. You what inflammation is also going to go over the best diet and supplements strategies to support healthy inflammatory process in your body. So what is inflammation inflammation is immune response that your body makes in order to keep you alive. We know that bacteria in different infectious microbes have caused literally infections have caused more death in the history of mankind than anything else leading cause of death. So why is that because when people used to get wounds right like they get a big cut or laceration or something like that or they would be in a war fighting and they would get a big wound. Bacteria will get into that flesh wound spread throughout the body where they would eat something that was like contaminated and get into their system it would spread throughout their body get into their lungs and they were getting ammonia or they would get in the nervous system they would get meningitis or encephalitis something along those lines and would kill them and so the body has adapted over time to try to give us the greatest possible survival advantage and it's created this process of inflammation and inflammation is where these immune cells start targeting abnormal proteins. So does even have to be bacteria or yeast organisms or things like that just any sort of protein that it doesn't recognize this is why some people will have problems with that pollen for example their immune system starts going haywire. Because it's an admirable protein and so when it sees admiral proteins and things. Okay this this protein could be something that kills me so i need to have a really strong. Immune response in a creates inflammation and that inflammation can be very good for short term process. Like if we're trying to heal a wound or if we sprained her ankle for the short period of time it helps clean up the area but we ultimately want to keep it under control we want we want to support healthy inflammatory process otherwise if inflammations constantly turned on it literally. Choose up our brain right. Choose up our bodies so in our brain it damages the tissue and crates dementia alzheimer's parkinson's the short term. When you're younger you experience. It like with things like brain fog anxiety depression but over time it leads to those sorts of chronic diseases dementia alzheimer's parkinson's in our joints and ends up creating pain. It can end up causing issues with our skin. Whether it's eggs mo or acne or psoriasis. We literally every system of our body can be affected by inflammation we know that's really the underlying root cause of heart disease for example it's inflammation our blood vessels so we have to keep inflammation under control. How do we do that. Well diet plays a really big role. So what do we do with our diet. We have to keep blood sugar and insulin. Stable blood sugar is very important to keep in this very sensitive range when our sugar goes way up and our blood the molecules bind proteins and the create sticky proteins. We actually call those advanced glorification and products a. g. Ease eiji ease. What do you think does. Head accelerates the aging process. These sticky proteins are like shrapnel going through our blood vessels creating massive oxidative stress and damage to our blood vessels right in our body responds by creating plaque which is basically scar tissue and ultimately over time that leads to heart disease. They damage the kidneys. Damage our nervous system and so in order to prevent against high blood sugar. The body create something called insulin. Insulin is a hormone. Produced by the pancreas. Insulin comes out. Take sugar out of the bloodstream. Puts it into the cells where it belongs to be used for energy however when insulin is elevated insulin also turns on or i should say it turns off fat-burning turns on fat storage so he starts storing body fat and it promotes more inflammation in our system. So we need a diet. They're really stabilizes that. How do we eat order to stabilize blood. Sugar and insulin. Well i wanna do is reduce the amount of sugar and carbs that were consuming the overall amount of sugar and starch. That's going to drive a.

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"dr shockers" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

03:34 min | 7 months ago

"dr shockers" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"The show. I'm excited to announce that we just launched my new book the fasting transformation a functional guide to burn fat. Heal your body and transform your life with intermittent and extended fasting. If you've been listening to this podcast for any period of time you know that. I'm a huge advocate of fasting. And in this book. I take you on a journey to help you understand how fasting helps balance your blood sugar and improve your insulin sensitivity how it shuts down inflammation in the body. How it optimizes. Your hormones turns on fat. Burning in activate stem sells for deep cellular healing. Guys i go through. How fast and i go through all the best science and research on intermittent extended fasting and how to utilize it to help prevent or even heal from cancer autoimmune conditions digestive disorders and neuro degenerative conditions like alzheimer's and parkinson's guys. The book goes over all the various research and practical applications for daily intermittent fasting partial fasting and extended fasting. This book is designed to help inspire and empower you to embrace a fasting light style while also enjoying tasty and healthy foods at the right time to improve your metabolic flexibility and energy efficiency. See you can burn fat for fuel and have all day energy. You are going to love this book so check it out. You can get it on. Amazon dot com. We also have a website. Dr shockers dot net ford slash fasting transformation. That's dr dockers dot net forward slash fasting. Transformation can learn more about it. And of course he can pick the book up on amazon. You're gonna love it. Thanks so much guys. How would you like to win a ninety day supply of paleo valley to merrick complex to america's one of the best supplements you can take to keep inflammation or control to support your brain your gut and your skin really keep you healthy and strong and feeling great and you can win a ninety day supply now. By going to rate my podcasts dot com forward slash jock irs lever of you for our podcast and then send a screen shot or a confirmation of the review to assistance at dr jock. Irs dot com winners will be announced and contacted on november thirtieth and will receive a ninety day supply of the paleo valley to merit complex. So that just may be you on top of that when you leave a review you help us reach more people and impact more lives. So thanks so much for doing that. And i'm pulling for you hoping that you will be the one that wins the ninety day supply of paleo valley to tamara complex. So again simply go to rate my podcasts dot com forward slash shockers lever of you and then send a screen shot or confirmation of the review to assistance at dr dockers dot com to be entered to win a guys. This podcast is actually an audio recording of one of my most popular youtube videos all about the best strategies to reduce your risk of getting a respiratory infection. Obviously this is a big deal in our society right now and i want to arm and equip you with the top strategies nutrition lifestyle strategies to make sure you stay healthy and well you guys are gonna love this podcast in. If you haven't subscribe to our channel please do that now. And leave us a five star review. Your reviews help us reach more people and impact more lives. Thanks.

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"dr shockers" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

02:30 min | 8 months ago

"dr shockers" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Of auch maganga in this brain juice. Plus it has kerala which is a single cell green freshwater algae that's extremely rich and nutrients and chlorophyll very detoxifying the body. In fact lorella helps combined heavy metals and asides. And posey's things right out of your body. It also has moringa which has been called the miracle plant for its ability to nourish and fight disease on top of that. I contain spirulina. Beats to merrick meant we grass lemon and coconut lar- levin superfoods and it just takes thirty seconds. You can scoop put it in. Water has a great many flavor to it. I absolutely love so. I take this either right before lunch or right after lunch to help give me energy throughout the day. And my body hawks defy and function at its best guys. Check it out go to war. Gamified dot com forward slash. Dr shockers and use the coupon code shockers at checkout save twenty percents off your order today guys are gonna love this check it out on the green agents. Let's start with. Let's talk about how we can use essential oils to help improve our brain. So let's talk about mood. You know obviously with cove and everything anxiety is up. Depression is up. So let's start there so those a study evaluating two groups of people in a hopeless helpless situation and this is a pretty profound study. In that they tasked these people with an impossibly. You can solve it with an unsolvable problem and their problem. This was what three four years ago. Which is very almost prophetic. Was to solve social discrimination. Essentially solve racism. So you're in a group urine. You're on a group fifteen twenty people in a clinical setting like in a room. You have a piece of paper on a pencil and you got a half an hour solve racism like you've never met these people you don't know these people diverse group of people. It's impossible as impossible the solve racism anyway and with a group of fifteen people. You're not going to solve it. Think about that this group absolutely nothing but a piece of paper and pencil still clinical environment. Another grow while they thought well. Why don't we test aromatherapy in see how it impacts these people again. The purpose was to stimulate hopelessness helplessness and tradition..

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"dr shockers" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

01:47 min | 8 months ago

"dr shockers" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Mushroom drive into a powder and it's in this organic In in a clinical dosage of it and also on top of that. They're siberian ginseng. Also known as you'll lose throw. This is another adapt gin. That's found in asia. It's popular in russia for the last fifty. Years is a hormone balancing herb. with outstanding health benefits. it's been shown to improve immunity in the body and increase mental and acuity. We could all use that right on top of that. It has rishi mushroom. Which is the queen of mushrooms. A powerful adapt agenda promotes in increase in energy. It's also called the grounding mushroom because it has a lot of balancing properties on our hormones honor stress hormones on our blood sugar and on top of that this organic fire. Red juice has rodeo one of my favorite adapted jin's for physical endurance and increase. Mental clarity focused thirteen superfoods altogether. All one hundred percent usda certified organic. Now how i use this. As i will take a stupidest put it in some water and i will drink this right after lunch really helps give me that boost a lot of times. People are getting tired after lunch for me. This really gives me a great boost. Mike kids drink a half a scoop of this twice a day in the morning with their breakfast and then also with their lunch and it really helps support their immune system and keep them super healthy guys. Check out organically reggie's just go to organic by dot com forward slash. Dr shockers and use the coupon code. I for twenty percent off this product or anything else you get from organic fi guys. You are gonna love this. It's gonna be a game changer. For us to.

"dr shockers" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

07:36 min | 9 months ago

"dr shockers" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Of the hosts on Katie WN are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of this station. Its management or Beasley Media group right now pays biggest news stories. From the biggest perspective. This is the biggest tape with sharpened Shapiro. All right. Welcome back. It is the Vegas take our number three. So glad you could join us. Dr Schachter joining us in studio. He's an infectious disease doctor At Mountain view. He has over 25 plus year of his experience and infectious disease. He's telling his story about how he caught Covid. He collapsed at the hospital. He went to the hospital. Now he's lingering heart issues that he's dealing with lung issues that is dealing with a listener just sent me back and said, I love this doctor. Sounds like all of my uncles. She's Lebanese as well. You're saving lives. I appreciate what you're doing, and I'm opening up the phone lines because it's not an everyday opportunity where people have the opportunity to call in and speak to a real True infectious disease expert before we get to the calls. We were talking a little off the air about misinformation. I get very upset and angry at people like the Tucker Carlson's of the world. Donald Trump people who spread mis information about the vaccines. Misinformation about the virus. Uh, basically anti vaccine, which is if that's your personal belief, whatever. But when you show it and spread it to other people. Donald Trump, who attacked people for wearing mass doctor If you remember on a presidential stage, he attacked Joe Biden for wearing a mask didn't did not attack Joe Biden. He said that he made a joke about Joe Biden. Always wearing a mask. No matter where he's at, even if no one's within 20 ft, Okay, so that's what he did. He didn't attack him, bro. Okay, so, so let's talk about misinformation, saying that he attacked Joe Biden for wearing a mask is misinformation because that did not take okay. So mocking. He mocked him. He did. He marks because because he thought that it was that he was pandering or somebody attacks Busan marks before we get your bus. Exactly. I think I think most reasonable people would agree. When you mock somebody. Most people would consider that a personal attack, but we're talking about semantics. We have a president of the United States who's mocking somebody for Ingham asked Dr with your experience. Do you think it's appropriate for any politician? Especially somebody with the biggest platform in the world to mock or attack somebody for wearing a mask? I mean, If you have a voice and people listen to you, you are responsible for what you say. And you have to know that people are gonna probably follow what you say. So you have to be extra vigilant and extravagance sponsor ble and it's not and then forget about who you love and who you follow. What you're saying is when you hold a press conference, you probably shouldn't Ask if we should inject ourselves with disinfectant. I mean, I don't have to comment on this. Great, right. I appreciate that. It is. It is ridiculous. I agree with you. All right? Well, the thing is, I think is I I am somebody who to write to bring people together. Sure. So, um, although I do get the mini seizure between me and myself when some of those people talk and especially against the vaccine, and the Vegas is fake and doesn't exist some some people till now come to us. And they're okay. That's a is dying in the hospital. And they say, How is he dying? This focuses fake. There is no violence. Until now. We have your community and you have to give them love You there. I I think you have to be professional. Think when you deal with people with love. Uh, you can change people. I do agree with you, Doctor. You're a better man than I When somebody says that we're all going to die in three years after getting the vaccine, I choose not to show love. Maybe I should. Or just maybe I should just say, Well, you're a very special boss and just walk away. Well, let's take when someone says that because we're listening to someone like like Dr Robert Malone. Who is the one who created the M R in a technology for the vaccines, and they're saying that based on their there's there's this this this theory that's something called Antibody dependent enhancement. If you're exposed the spike protein that that that is in the virus and that you consistently put in your body, whether it's through getting the vaccine or getting the booster shots that extensive exposure that can really deplete, Deplete your immune system. Is there any truth to that, doctor? No, No, absolutely not. No. And the immune system is way more complex in that, uh, seconds B cells and the T cells and the missiles, schools and form antibodies that he sells for, uh, site a toxic cells. So I don't want to go very scientific here because I don't want to people to get confused, right? Right. No. Otherwise I would be, uh, I I would be the Answer to your question. I am somebody who got the virus really bad, uh, the worst one of the worst form of the disease. And then I got vaccinated. Uh, twice, and, um, I am somebody who is exposed to the virus every day. So the inoculate the The theory of the inoculation, which is the more you are exposed to the quantity Colombians. Quantity is more likely you're gonna get the voice. Let me ask him about this. Okay, so J d He just answered your question Based on his experiences. This is infectious disease expert of over 25 years and what he's experienced himself. So my question to you, J D s. Are you still going to listen to Dr alone? And quote Dr Malone over this gentleman right here. I'm just saying that that's what that particular I'm asking you, are you and that's why that person said what she said I'm asking you a question part of the U and I'm asking you a direct question. Are you still going to take Dr I take information from from all sides. It doesn't make a difference to me. Okay, so and one. I have one last question. Hold on. You're not answering my question. Are you still going to quote Dr Malone with this misinformation? I'm what Well, he doesn't know if it's missing for me. Exactly Right. I'm just I'm just saying what Dr Malone, who did create the M RNA technology for the fact that vaccines are using is saying that that's all I'm saying. Brian Yeah, but we have a lot of tests. The Children that the more you are exposed, the stronger the disease. The morgue antibody that you're for. So we have a lot of people. Let me just give out the number again, which is seven. Oh, 22575396 Let me get some people involved in this conversation. And then JD, you're more than welcome to ask him some more questions. Let's go to Billy. Bill. You're first up on the Vegas take you're on with Dr Shocker. Go ahead, Billy. What's up, Billy? Doctor shock. I just want to know what does it feel like when you don't give them hydroxychloroquine, and you kill him on a ventilator? What's that? Feel like? Okay, So Billy is obviously a moron. But go ahead. No, no, no. No Belly believes that hydroxychloroquine. That's his guy to believe in it, But we have given hydroxychloroquine at the beginning to lots of people. And yet they still died on the ventilator and most of them and some of them died from complications of hydroxychloroquine, which means if we didn't give it to them at that point They may have been alive. Still, so obviously so This is how I can humbly answer your question. Yeah. I appreciate that, Doctor as a talk show host. I'll say Billy obviously is not very intelligent to 575396. Let's go to Alyssa. Alyssa is next on the Vegas take. Hello, Alyssa. Hey, What's up, Melissa? Hi. Thank you, Doctor for.

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"dr shockers" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

08:01 min | 10 months ago

"dr shockers" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Fast through all the best science and research on intermittent and extended fasting and how to utilize it to help prevent or even heal from cancer. Autoimmune conditions digestive disorders and neurodegenerative conditions like alzheimer's and parkinson's guys. The book goes over all the various research and practical applications for daily intermittent fasting partial fasting and extended fasting. This book is designed to help inspire and empower you to embrace a fasting lifestyle while also enjoying tasty and healthy foods at the right time to improve your metabolic flexibility and energy efficiency can burn fat for fuel and have all day energy. You are going to love this book so check it out. You can get on amazon dot com. We also have a website. Dr shockers dot net forward slash fasting. Transformation that's dr jokers dot net forward slash fasting transformation. Learn more about it and of course he can pick the book up on amazon. You're gonna love it. Thanks so much guys so this. Podcast is an audio recording of one of my most popular youtube videos on brain degeneration issues like alzheimer's disease dementia parkinson's are at all time high and there are things you may be doing right. Now that are causing brain inflammation literally degenerating and rusting your brain from the inside. Will in this podcast. I'm gonna show you exactly what foods to avoid what foods you need to be consuming and what strategies to take to make sure you preserve your brain and things sharply and clearly well into your older age and you guys are gonna love this information. If you haven't subscribe to my channel. Please do that now. that way. You get notified whenever i put up a new podcast and really honored. If you've left us a five star review your reviews help us reach more people in impact more lives. Thanks so much for doing that. And let's go into the show. Hey everybody today. We are talking about the process of brain degeneration. I'm going to go through the major causes of brain degeneration of what it really is what it looks like. I'm gonna show you visual presentations. What brain degeneration looks like. And i'm also going to show you the best natural solutions how to prevent your brain from degenerating. C- can think sharply in quickly throughout your entire life and so let's jump into this year and so when we look at brain degeneration we know that the brain is very very susceptible to chronic inflammation chronic inflammation. Literally chews up the brain tissue and so as you're looking at this image here. The hippocampus is really where we store memories. And so that's one of the areas. That's extremely sensitive to inflammation to blood sugar dysregulation and high poxy or oxygen states and it starts to shrink which obviously then causes cognitive decline. And also you can see the entire cerebral cortex shrinks up it atrophies. This is what happens when it's exposed to inflammation of our time so major symptoms memory loss. Forgetfulness confusion irritability is really common. Depression agitation loss of inhibitions normally. You're able to kind of control certain you know socially unacceptable thoughts and as your brains are degenerate. You have trouble doing that. Also is another big one and apathy. Let's see major causes o'brady generation so blood sugar and balance is probably the number one cause right behind it is environmental toxicities when your blood. Sugar is not stable and balanced. That's going to end up resulting in periods of hypoglycemia. Sorry it's going to result in hypoglycemia in your brain where the you're not able to get sugar into the cells and their native produce energy and so they start to They start have excited toxicity and die. And there's also a lot of toxins that we called neuro-toxins that damage the brain sedentary lifestyle actually believe it or not movement is a key nutrient for the brain chronic stress and poor sleep because sleep is really detox brain and chronic infections and gut problems. We call that despite asus can be a major factor. Now one thing that. I don't have in their as yet maps. But i'm including that under environmental talks ins electro-magnetic frequencies so blood sugar in the brain case so we know that type two diabetics brain degenerates much faster. Can this is because they have trouble getting the sugar out of the bloodstream and into the cells k. And that's the key is your brain wants to run off of it. Need something to produce energy right so it needs either glucose or it needs key tones. It can't burn fat for fuel. Fatness doesn't cross the blood brain barrier as a fuel source and so we need ki- tones. Were we need glucose and most people their their insulin is high. So they're not able to produce key tones because high. Insulin inhibits kitone production. And then they develop insulin resistance where their selves. Don't respond to you insulin. Which is trying to get the sugar into the cells. So now they don't have sugar glucose were key tones and so they start to atrophy and that becomes serious problem and so also you know and this is really what it looks like so basically we have normal blood sugar so normally when we eat food sugar goes up but then we get a rise and insulin and then know with an hour or two it goes back down towards baseline right and should be stable there however in a symptomatic individual they eat food and they have dramatic blood sugar rise in their body over produces insulin okay and either has trouble getting the sugar out because it's so insulin resistant. Or it shoves. All the glucose into the cells quickly and now your blood sugar the actual sugar levels near blood go get low and now your body releases a whole bunch of stress hormones to bring it back up. Okay and that's what we call reactive hypoglycemia which is also a serious issue as well so some individuals have insulin resistance. Some individuals have reactive hypoglycemia where they overproduce insulin. Shoot their blood sugar too. Low and that sends a panic signal to the brain so we definitely get the blood sugar stable gay now major neuro-toxins okay. We've got things like ms g aspartame which is You know nutrasweet aluminum which we find in cans things like that lead. Mercury's oliver heavy metals arsenic. Which is pesticides oliver heavy metals. Most people know many illegal prescription Illegal drugs and prescription drugs Excessive alcohol can cause problems at the brain floride which is in our tap water and a lot of our toothpaste can be a neurotoxin. As well so these are all things we want to do. Our best to reduce reducing our exposure to these important. We also need to be moving so we know that a sedentary lifestyle damages are cardiovascular system our brain when we move reproduce something called brain derived neurotrophic factor beady. Nf beady nf is like miracle grow to the brain cells. And so we need good stimulation abedian f it ordered a healthy non degenerative brain and so movement really helps with that so for not moving enough where literally depriving our brain of a very key nutrient and also were causing major dysfunction to oliver other.

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"dr shockers" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

02:10 min | 10 months ago

"dr shockers" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Hey everybody today. We are talking about the process of brain degeneration. I'm going to go through the major causes of brain degeneration of what it really is what it looks like. I'm gonna show you visual presentations. What brain degeneration looks like. And i'm also going to show you the best natural solutions how to prevent your brain from degenerating. C- can think sharply in quickly throughout your entire life and so let's jump into this year and so when we look at brain degeneration we know that the brain is very very susceptible to chronic inflammation chronic inflammation. Literally chews up the brain tissue and so as you're looking at this image here. The hippocampus is really where we store memories. And so that's one of the areas. That's extremely sensitive to inflammation to blood sugar dysregulation and high poxy or oxygen states and it starts to shrink which obviously then causes cognitive decline. And also you can see the entire cerebral cortex shrinks up it atrophies. This is what happens when it's exposed to inflammation of our time so major symptoms memory loss. Forgetfulness confusion irritability is really common. Depression agitation loss of inhibitions normally. You're able to kind of control certain you know socially unacceptable thoughts and as your brains are degenerate. You have trouble doing that. Also is another big one and apathy. Let's see major causes o'brady generation so blood sugar and balance is probably the number one cause right behind it is environmental toxicities when your blood. Sugar is not stable and balanced. That's going to end up resulting in periods of hypoglycemia. Sorry it's going to result in hypoglycemia in your brain where the you're not able to get sugar into the cells and their native produce energy and so they start to They start have excited toxicity and die. And there's also a lot of toxins that we called neuro-toxins that damage the brain

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"dr shockers" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

08:13 min | 11 months ago

"dr shockers" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"I'm excited to announce that we just launched my new book. The fasting transformation a functional guide to burn fat heal. Your body transform your life with intermittent and extended fasting. If you've been listening to this podcast for any period of time you know that. I'm a huge advocate of fasting. And in this book. I take you on a journey to help you understand how fasting helps balance your blood sugar and improve your insulin sensitivity. H-how it shuts down inflammation in the body. How it optimizes your hormones turns on fat burning in activate sem sells for deep cellular healing guys. I go through how fast. And i go through. All the science and research on intermittent accent fasting and how to utilize it to help prevent or even heal from cancer. Autoimmune conditions digestive disorders and neurodegenerative conditions like alzheimer's and parkinson's guys. The book goes over all the various research and practical applications for daily intermittent fasting partial fasting and extended fasting. This book is designed to help inspire and empower you to embrace a fasting lifestyle while also enjoying tasty and healthy foods at the right time to improve your metabolic flexibility and energy efficiency. See you can burn fat for fuel and have all day energy. You are going to love this book so check it out you can get it on. Amazon dot com. We also have a website. Dr shockers dot net forward slash fasting transformation. That's dr dockers dot net forward slash fasting transformation. Lincoln learn more about it and of course he can pick the book up on amazon. You're gonna love it. Thanks so much guys. This podcast is an audio recording of one of my most popular youtube videos on the top. Ten best fat burning foods. If you're looking to lose weight if you're looking to get into ketosis to burn fat as fuel and have all day energy. This is the podcast for you. Guys are gonna learn about some amazing foods and how to implement them into your diet to turn on your fat burning mechanisms. You're gonna love this and if you haven't subscribe to our channel. Please do that so you never miss one of these valuable trainings. And also i'd be so honoured if you took a moment and left us a five star review your reviews really help us reach more people in impact more lives so thanks so much for doing that. And let's go into the show guys. Dr david jokers here and today. We're talking about the ten best fat burning foods and so we can actually use food as medicine to help our body burn fat. Help build lean body tissue muscle and bone help improve our brain and really transform. Our over off zeke. And here are my ten favorite foods and so let's jump right into this so the first woman to talk about is apple cider. Vinegar and apple cider. Vinegar is an ancient elixir that that people have been using to help with acid reflux acne to help improve digestive function for thousands of years. It's basically fermented apple and what happens. Is it forms into some cdc acid in this acid when you consume it you you can consume it. Diluted like a tablespoon or two and some water you drink that it actually helps to stimulate your digestive juice production so stomach. Acid bile pancreatic enzymes and the better. Your body produces digestive juices the better. You're able to metabolize food. You're consuming the less stress puts on your gut the better nutrient absorption. You're going to get and it helps to kill off bad microbes so pathogenic bacteria yeast parasites. They don't stand a chance against vinegar. So putting apple cider vinegar on your foods and in your water throughout the day can be a great strategy to help your body burn fat. Help preserve your lean body tissues. Second one is lemon or lime juice. Like right here. I've got pure organic lime. You can also do fresh squeezed lemon or lime and lemon lime have citric acid. Citric acid is very similar characteristics as the acidic acid. That we find inside of the apple cider vinegar so help stimulate those digestive juices on top of that. Lemon and lime juice. Also rich and potassium vitamin c and something called vitamin p citrus. Bioflavonoids and those bioflavonoids are going to help improve your oxygen permeability through your capillary permeability. Getting oxygen into deep tissues of the body. That helps your body detoxify waste. It helps mobilize body fat and helps your body use that energy. So use lemon lime squeezing on your meat your vegetables also drink lemon or lime in your water and you can mix apple cider vinegar and lemon or lime or you can use them interchangeably. They're also great on salads and vegetables so definitely go ahead and start. Using those are third one is going to be. Avocado and avocado is micronutrient superstar. Why is that because it's rich in potassium magnesium. It has carotenoids. Anti-oxidants latino zia's anthony vitamin a vitamin e. On top of that. It also is rich and really healthy fats. as well as a certain type of polysaccharide. That's really good for your skin. Beauty food the good fats in here are going to help your body become fat adapted because really it's just healthy fat antioxidants and a lot of fiber. That combination is going to help your body start to use fat for fuel so you can burn the fat. That's on your body even. If you're like me we still have fat. We can burn preserve lean body tissue so the proteins that are in our muscles and our bones. We're going to preserve that and we're going to take on the physique that we desire so avocados awesome fourth one grass fed butter. And in general grass-fed dairies. Awesome so grass fed butter or you can do grass-fed cheese. But you know what honestly the best form of dairy grass fed butter. Why is that because it's a concentrated. Form of fat soluble retinol. Which is the most powerful form. Vitamin-a really good for your brain as well as your eyes and really reduces inflammation your body as well also very rich. Cla conjugated linoleic acid. Which is one of the best things for boosting up your metabolism supporting your thyroid and helping your body burn fat for fuel on top of that. Its rich and vitamin d. Vitamin k two. It also has something called choline in it which is very important for brain function so grasp butters great omega three fatty acids in there too. When the cows eat grass they bio accumulate a lot of nutrients so grasset butters different than grain fed butter grain fed so housing and grains knocking to have the conjugate acid. That cla not gonna have as much vitamin e not going to have the omega three fatty acids that we need so here you go carry gold grass fed butter. There's other brands out there as well. You can find it from your local farmer. So it's really good and kind of going into that. The grass-fed dairy component. When these cows eat grass they become again very rich in micronutrients they pass that on into their dairy and so not only do we get all the benefits and the fat like we talked about what the grass fed butter. But also for your to do that. Dairy protein such as a raw grass-fed cheese and this could be a goat cheese or a cow's cheese we're gonna also get branched chain amino acids like loose seen eyeso- eyesore and valley mature these kiam acids that helped stimulate the development of lean body tissue muscle tissue and bone tissue. They also help your body. These fat for fuel cell grass-fed cheese really good. For your body and grass fed beef or wild game that's consuming grass and greens again when a animal mammal consumes grass such as cows for a lamb or a bison.

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"dr shockers" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"dr shockers" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"The root of every single degenerative disease. And so we're going to thrive in life. We've got to do things to help. Encourage a healthy inflammation response in our body. One of the best ways we can do that is take herbs that helps support inflammation and keep inflammation under control. The most well studied or for doing that is to merrick to merrick inhibits the inflammatory. Nuclear factor kappa beta and stat. Three pathways easer genetic pathways that amplify inflammation. Our body and by inhibiting. These two merrick really helps support. Good blood flow joint health brain function. Our ability thinks sharply and quickly and have good memory mood and just overall good mindset. Now when it comes to taking to merrick you know certainly we can be putting it on our our food. You know taking food base Forms of to merrick right. A lot of people will use the most studied compound which is curcumin however what we know is that whole food base to merrick has nearly three hundred other beneficial components than just curcumin alone and so again curcumin is extremely powerful but the research shows that taking a whole food based to merrick complex can be much more beneficial now. The problem with to merrick. I is that it notoriously has low bioavailability on its own and the body is a hard time absorbing it it really needs a good soluble fat to absorb it. And that's why paleo valley with their to merit complex. They added coconut oil. Anything about like like a curry with to merrick and coconut oil and it's got different warming herbs black pepper. You know is a popular indian dish. The curry that's really what allows us to absorb the best the fat the warming herbs. And that's what paleo valley did when they created their tumor complex they added coconut. Oil added black pepper and that combination has been shown to increase the absorption of by two thousand percent on top of that they also added in ginger rogers murray and clothes. Which are that really support brain brain function. They support healthy inflammation immune health good digestion and blood sugar stability so you get all of that in the valley to merit complex a huge advocate of this supplement. I take it on a regular basis and you can take it now as well and get a special discount. Fact go to paleo valley dot com forward slash. Dr shockers and use the coupon code jockeys just my last name jonkers at checkout. That will save you. Fifteen percents off your order. Suplies if you wanna keep inflammation on control and really thrive in life. Try out the paleo valet. Tamara complex today again. Use a coupon code shockers at checkout to save fifteen percent. We'll hear everybody. Welcome back to the podcasts. We've got an exciting topic. You guys love to learn about intermittent fasting strategies. Low carb carb. Cycling we're gonna talk about that and we're gonna talk about some of the unique angles on how we need to implement intermittent fasting kito low-carbon carb cycling for women specifically women have a unique hormone balance. And it's can be very very delicate and so we've got to really understand our body works and how to really go through the rhythms of feast famine cycling. And we've got a great guest. This is cynthia turlough and cynthia as a ceo and founder of the everyday wellness project nurse practitioner international speaker and globally recognized expert and intermittent fasting nutritional health. She has over twenty years experience in health and wellness and is a two-time ted ex speaker. Her second talk. Intermittent fasting. a transformative. Technique has over eight million views. One of the most viewed Talks that's out there particularly when it comes to intermittent fasting and so sh- really hit it with that and she's also been featured on a lot of different media. Abc fox five And other other sources as well and in two thousand and twentieth cynthia was listed in. Yahoo finance is one of the twenty one founders. Changing the way we do business and her her podcast which guys can check out as well. Everyday wellness was listed as twenty podcasts. Expand your mind in twenty twenty one by business insider and he can find her at cynthia. Turlough dot com. She does intermittent fasting. Masterclasses renna talk about that and some of the unique angles. She comes at intermittent fasting. But so cynthia. Welcome to the podcast. Anka's really my pleasure. I've been looking forward to our conversation while for sure and so let's talk about how you got started with kito low carb. I know you know you're in the medical field. So let's talk about that and then how you discovered this sort of eating practice and intermittent fasting. Well i think the nutrition piece came. I When i turned forty i just decided that it was time to get a little bit more creative with how i was eating. I thought it was a pretty healthy eater. You know the heart healthy grains and all that nonsense that were literally fed by big ag and so initially only gluten free and the side effect of going. Gluten free was finding out that. I rid of auto immune issues that i had had since being treated for lyme disease. So i had psoriasis. Although very mild case major matala was stunned she just said. I can't believe that you got rid of this just with changing disproving gluten from your diet so it started there and then i got more interested in paleo and so probably that was probably wear initiated going low low carb Ended that for a while until crashed and burned in peri menopause and so obviously one of the things that can happen is if you go to low carb for too long ear not having re fades and you're you know not making an effort to really work on supporting the underground system. It will backfire and so kind of fell under the paramount. Ause like i said a slew into it like a wall. Unit was like a hit hard and as someone who had always been fit and lean and healthy all the sudden the not enough sleep highly stressful job. I worked for a very successful cardiology practice in washington. Dc and even as an p. It was a very very demanding job. I had two little boys at home has been you did a lot of international travel inches too much so hadn't made some significant changes and one of those that did was kind of got interested in fasting. It was like okay. If i can't sustain low carb all the time i need to rethink. What i'm doing and that's when i found intermittent fasting and so for me. I think it is healed me in many ways and kind of reestablish the status quo this humming a stasis that i liked to be i could go back to carb cycling. I had to be more deliberate about what i was doing. And you know that was really where it started and then i left clinical medicine. Five years ago This month which was a huge decision. You may and when i did that And you'll find this humorous probably listeners. As well i literally took a leap of faith. I just said to my husband. Who's an engineer. Very fiscally conservative. I said i know that i'm going to be successful. And he said that's great. You have no business plan no way of making a living and you still have a mountain of student loan debt. Like why are you doing this. And so i just was becoming increasingly disillusioned with the medical model of trading symptoms. And i wrote a ton of perceptions and it just it was very disheartening and and my feeling is and what i stayed at every single person interact with is it all starts with food. You know whether you're eating or not eating it all starts with our diet and so that was the working platform that has stepped off on what i did. Realize was that Media tely women were drawn to working with me because they felt that i really understood what they had gone through where they were going through the changes that go along with our bodies as as we're getting older know age is just a number but we want to ensure that were aging proactively as we can so that that's a little bit of the journey to getting me from point a. to point b. but you know might my standard monitors it all starts with food and then the second mantra is eight less often and if you follow those two things you're generally going to be much healthier than.

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"dr shockers" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

14:36 min | 1 year ago

"dr shockers" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"For fuel and have all day energy. You going to love this book so check it out you can get it on. Amazon dot com. We also have a website. Dr shockers dot net forward slash fasting. Transformation that's dr dockers dot net forward slash fasting transformation economic more about it. And of course he can pick the book up on amazon. You're gonna love it. Thanks so much guys so. This podcast is an audio recording of one of my most popular youtube videos about pollen allergies you know. In the springtime pollen levels are high. And there's so many people that have adverse immune reactions to the pollen. This is not normal and pollen. Allergies are actually symptom of an underlying condition going onto the body. That's increasing inflammation and so in this podcast. I'm gonna go through. The root causes of pollen allergies most going to give you natural support strategies. You can take to help improve your immune system and god is if you have not taken the time to leave us. A five star review now would be a great time to do that when you leave a review. It's really simple. Just scroll to the bottom. Hit the five star. You could type in something. i mean. that's just really nice of you and it also helps us reach more people and impact more lives when he do that and also go ahead and subscribe to our channel. If you're enjoying these trainings when you subscribe you'll get notified. Whenever i put up a new podcast seeing never missed one of these in depth discussions. Thanks so much for doing that. Appreciate you being a part of our community and let's go into the podcast guys today. I am talking about pollen allergies symptoms and natural solutions. See you can heal and not suffer this spring fall or or in any time of year. Because we know that allergies really affect any time and so with pollen we see the tree pollen typically this time of year in the spring so march april may k but then grasses kind of have their own pollen that's released in the summer so a lot of people struggle with that and then the weeds later in the year so that would be your fall time so depending on when you're noticing seasonal allergies Is gonna let you know basically if it's more tree based pollen grasses or weeds and so again looking at this Tree pollen will make its way in the spring is when it strongest dan into the fall grass pollen primarily just the summer and then weed pollen in the summer and the false starts in summer and then last through the fall. Now if you're noticing all basically allergy like symptoms all year long. It's probably something else going on like outdoor mold. Okay so you may be exposed mold in your garage. Or wherever it is that you're going outside obviously. Indoor mold is a huge huge issue in our society today definitely needs to be addressed. I've done a lot of videos and articles on that dust. Mite pet dander cockroaches things that you're just being exposed to Whether you know it or not a lot of these things you can't see so You may have some sort of sensitivity to those things. Now here's what happens with pollen so pollen is released of course By the plants and then in our system pollen is a foreign protein and so our body tags it as an antigen threat and releases certain. Antibodies those antibodies bound behind it and attached to mass cells. Okay and then. The mass cells can activate the release of histamine and for certain individuals. They don't degrade the history and this is like a normal natural response Paul in is a environmental stressor on our body. However a normal healthy immune response should be able to handle that stressor without it. You know making a huge difference in the way that we feel you know maybe a really strong heavy pollen day. Okay like we do. We often have early in the spring. you may feel a little bit more fatigued right. Maybe a sneeze or two but it shouldn't. It shouldn't drive you crazy. Okay and then we you know it does. If it's if you're noticing tremendous amounts of symptoms or it's really having a big impact on your quality of life that is a sign. You're not degrading. The histamine effectively k. So we've got understands kind of like a weather change when there's a big weather change and it gets real cold all of a sudden you know it's uncomfortable but know story go on with our lives whereas for some people they get sick they get colds. Fever flu whatever. It is because their body struggles to adapt to it and their immune system is compromised because of that. Well it's kind of the same thing when we were exposed to the pollen so people that have issues with immune dysregulation are going to have more symptoms nigger. Your basic symptoms are gonna be frequent sneezing wheezing runny nose itchy skin because drainage coughing itchy throat hives sinus congestion. Itchy watery eyes stomach ache fatigue in your ability now at the time and doing this recording. You're also dealing with cuvette. Nineteen and so a couple of the differences between allergies and covid nineteen in cova nineteen one of the main symptoms. That people experience is A lot of times they lose their ability to taste and to have good smell right. That's typically not the case with allergies and also they have shortness of breath and that's typically not as big an issue with allergies as well and they can also have a fever and you typically don't notice a fever with allergies as well okay so you typically don't notice those things but you know you can have obviously have a lot of crossover symptoms the coughing different things like that That can be taking place now. Natural you know certainly starting with an anti inflammatory diet so basically just taking out. Gluten in particular grains can make a big difference Inner just taking something like that and dairy as well right taking out dairy protein. Those things can be big taking out. Corn sugar right reducing sugar consumption going more organic getting rid of Gmo foods right things with corn in them for example peanuts Soy stuff like that taking all of that out of the diet just going on what we call an anti inflammatory diet really high in good quality vegetables fruit Healthy needs good. Fats like avocados things like that. There will be the first step now. If you're not noticing changes they're you can do a low histamine diet trial and i'll show you what that is just minute. Hydration is really key. Hydration and salt act as a natural antihistamine when we are dehydrated we end up producing a lot more history and because history helps triage a water into vital organs like the brain so hydration keefer keeping your histamine levels under control so as stress right keeping shredder controls. Very important for this obviously prioritize. Good sleep that's going to help with good. Immune coordination our gut. Health is key if we have despite haussas or overgrowth of bacteria yeast parasites different things like that. That's going to drive up inflammatory activity in histamine activity in our system. And that's oftentimes while oh history diet will work for some individuals because they have dan they have problems with their gut right so they reduce the amount of histamine but they also need to really work on improving their gut health and get better now. Vitamin ds super key for immune regulation for immune balance very important. What comes to allergies. Most people allergies seasonal allergies. Pollen allergies have low vitamin d some other great nutrients quercetin in vitamin c can be really powerful that combination glutathione having enough glued. Theon in your system is very important. Approach olympic enzymes like brahma land. Different things like that Can be really good for breaking down circulating histamine and circulating mast cells in your system. So you don't get the over excite tation from the histamine and another great. Herb is stinging nettle. St nedal is renowned for its ability to help improve seasonal allergies so again balanced immune system. This is really what it's all about. We want good balance in our immune system. If we don't have good balance right and we are. We have a overreaction. We end up with things like allergies right auto. Immune issues if we're under reacting then. We're more susceptible to developing infections k. And things like cancer long term so histamine if we are not degrading histamine and there's an enzyme called. Dao that plays a big role with that. And if we're ingesting certain substances that block. Dao or for eating too much food that has histamine and we aren't producing enough dao than that's going to cause in overreaction from histamine ryan and more a histamine intolerance like reaction and so here are foods to avoid for his simian intolerant again. You know if you deal with pollen allergies you may very well have histamine. Intolerance okay and Some other symptoms that people experience oftentimes hives on their skin rashes. Some people will say that they're allergic to the sun. Sun sun exposure will activate histamine as well and so some people that aren't able to break down histamine Will oftentimes have skin reactions. When they're in the sun so it's big now. History and rich foods are going to be all healthy foods that normally i would highly recommend however if we need a lower histamine for a period of time you want to avoid these alcohol fermented foods vinegars even apple cider vinegar cured meats like bacon. Salami pepperoni different things like that soured foods so fermented again you know sour cream. Things like that dried fruits real high and histamine most citrus fruits that would include things like lemons and limes Aged cheeses nuts. A lot of nuts. Walnuts cashews peanuts. Chocolate should chocolates on their one of the histamine releasing foods Smoked fish right. So that's another big one avocados. You know one of my favorites but avocados can be a big trigger here for some individuals came because not only other history enrich. But they're histamine releasing bananas I talked about nuts. Papaya pineapple shellfish strawberries. Tomatoes germ all. These things will cause a greater reaction so we want to try a histamine a histamine trial what we try is reducing our consumption of these. Maybe doing our best to avoid foods that are on this list do it for a week and just see what you notice. Did you notice that. Your symptoms improved. If so that means that your body is not doing a great job breaking down histamine so then if you add some of these back just add them back in very small amounts and some people notice certain foods trigger more than others right. One person may may be fine with not ocado but do really poorly with strawberries or cashews or something. Like that going to have to see where you're at when it comes to how well your body's breaking down histamine and experiment with it. I think that's the key again. A lot of these are really healthy. Their nutrient dense foods. That would normally be a part of a healthy diet. But everybody's unique individual won't if you're not metabolising histamine well you'd wanna do your best to reduce your exposure to the is Again not long term short term So you can feel better and then you can start to slowly reintroduce them and see what your tolerance point is. I just wanted to take a moment and tell you guys about paleo valley and they're apple cider vinegar complex. This is a phenomenal product. Delve improve your digestion. Your blood sugar. Stability and your energy levels. Most people are dealing with blood sugar imbalances and that can lead you to have a crash in the afternoon where you need a now. It can also lead to unwanted waking to inflammation affecting your choice your skin and all different parts of your body. Will you know what apple cider vinegar is. One of the best things for helping improve your blood. Sugar stability simply take it with meals and it helps reduce the glycemic impact of the food that you're consuming and that's going to help your body to burn fat for fuel. It's going to reduce overall levels of insulin and insulin as your pro inflammatory. Fat storage hormone. Want insulin under control. You know what. I love about the apple cider. Vinegar complex that kelly valley made. Is they have a thousand milligrams of apple cider vinegar which is equivalent to one and a half tablespoons that is really the clinical dose to get the best results on top of that they combined it with three hundred milligrams of to merrick. Which is a powerful anti-inflammatory three milligrams of ginger. These are warming herbs. That support good digestion. Good stomach acid production. They also help to reduce inflammation in the gut throughout the body. And they have one hundred and fifty milligrams of cinnamon. Which is one of the best burbs for improving insulin sensitivity and blood sugar stability and they added in fifty milligrams of lamitan into the apple. Cider vinegar complex to support bile flow and pancreatic enzymes c can really optimize your digestion and your nutrient absorption all these ingredients or organic. C can rest assured. you're getting the highest quality product. So if you want to check out the apple cider vinegar complex go to paleo valley dot com and use the coupon code jock irs to save fifteen percent off today.

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"dr shockers" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

08:23 min | 1 year ago

"dr shockers" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Just so good like a protein power protein power life plan like really good stuff and back from the early nineties. They did a lot of great great books and good material He has long made this case that. Yeah keystones her good but just eat a lot of protein. The protein will get converted into glycogen and deliver and delivery will release it in a nice steady. Even pattern you know. And the bernstein diabetes solution book which is oriented mainly towards type one diabetics but it works type two diabetics to it's just phenomenal for for managing blood glucose levels and type one diabetics which is one of the most difficult metabolic states to manage. And he's very protein centric in that that low carb approach but on a too little protein too much fat and then just generally when people are shifting to a low carb diet inadequate electrolytes specifically sodium. And and that was something that i for twenty years. I didn't get that right. You know when it was my my good friends tyler. Carre and louise philipson your who are co founders with stealth in element that I i asked them to look at what i was doing because i couldn't quite properly fuel my brazilian jujitsu on a low carb diet and they looked at what i was doing. Man you need more electrolytes you need more sodium like oh. I salt my food. You know i'm good in it. Took about a year of me. Not listening to my coaches before i. I finally just did what they requested of me. Which is hit this. A minimum of five grams of sodium day and it was like a light switch was flipped like it was so stunning and i'm sure that i consumed a fair amount of sodium prior to that. But if you're eating kind of a whole food based diet there's not much sodium in there you know when you remove most processed foods are just not a lot of sodium around. So i if If you look at a medically supervised ketogenic diet the dietitian that put those together make absolutely certain that people get at least five grams of sodium and day and the potassium magnesium and whatnot. That they are. So i'm how protein too much and then inadequate electrolytes would i would say. Yeah and that's really. That's really critical. You talked about sodium in our society. We're told sodium bad causes pressure. 'cause you're retain water and really what the science says when you're on a high carb diet like most people are in society. You have high insulin. And insulin causes you to retain sodium so in that case. If you're gonna continue on a high carb diet you should be on a low sodium diet although that's not really healthy and so it'd be better to go low carbon you go low-carbon your insulin. Levels drop which reduces inflammation. And then you excrete the sodium. You actually need more sodium to produce energy and And when people don't get that sodium especially in the beginning when they first start transitioning into Genyk diet a lot of people experience. The kito flew with jump typically related to this issue with just not enough sodium. Not enough electrolytes. Yup yup and i. It's funny because i'm a reasonably good biochemist's can do the metabolic pathways and everything. But that it's interesting. How the key to diet as it's been kind of released out to the masses. Nobody was talking about sodium. Not not in the way that they they needed to the east did a really good job of highlighting. That in my friends tyler. Lewis like daily really. Beat that that drum rather rather powerfully in a when you look at ninety five percent of the problems that people site with low carb diets that fatigue the lethargy kind of brain fog Things that look like adrenal. Or maybe hp ta access to. I think it's mainly low sodium. Which is stressed her in does cause some problems with a elevated cortisol an and output and it's funny Although adrenal fatigue isn't really the term we should use. It should be i guess. Hp axis dysregulation. But when you look at adrenal recovery protocols it first thing in the morning you take like a teaspoon assault and so yeah. There's some there's some good science there but it's funny. How those really critical pieces could soom enough sodium on a low carb diet use blow past it. Could your protein carbs fat. Like that's all that's important but the sodium is huge guys. I just wanted to interrupt this podcast. Tell you about the importance of electrolytes. If you're having trouble with your energy or you just want to take your game to the next level electrolytes and good. Hydration are one of the most important things you can do. Most people are not getting the proper ratio of electrolytes. And they're not hydrating their body. Well enough if you are exercising a lot especially outside and in the heat and you're sweating or if you're on a low carb diet akito genyk diet or you're doing fasting whether it's intermittent or extended fasting. You're gonna lose electrolytes when you own a ketogenic diet or if you're intermittent fasting your insulin levels drop insulin drops you excrete electrolytes particularly sodium. You really need to increase your sodium. When you're on these sorts of nutrition plans and now we'll help relieve hunger and cravings. It's going to help reduce cramps dealing with that Some people deal with headaches. When they're fasting were thrown a low carb diet of exercising heat. That's going to help reduce headaches tiredness dizziness fatigue to really support your body's she can be at the top of your game now the problem with most electrolyte powders out. There is a full of sugar artificial ingredients different artificial colorings things that we just don't want the not healthy and they don't help support hydration. So i've actually partnered with a company called elements. They'd sent me some of their products and they're fantastic. Not only they have the right ratio of sodium potassium and magnesium in there but on top of that they're also flavored with stevia which is an all natural flavoring agent. That doesn't impact our blood sugar and makes this more palatable. Now they have some great flavors they have citrus salt. Raspberry saw an orange salt all of them. Great they also have an unflavored so if you want to avoid stevia favored as well could i really like this product and this company actually works with the us olympics that working with several nfl teams nba teams mba players. Lot of high level. Athletes are using element every single day to get the best results on top of that few. Just want to be the best mom if you want to get the best workout you know if you are a hard charging individual that wants to get the most out of life this product can really help support you. It was founded by my friend. Rob wolf who is a two-time new york times bestselling author. He's in the paleo space and he also works with people that are on akito genyk diet and see. He's in amazing results using this for athletes. Low carb dieters people that are just looking to improve their overall fitness their health and their energy levels and a great product. And you guys can find it at drink. L. m. n. t. dot com forward slash. Dr jockeys and that will take you to a page where they have their variety pack variety. Pack i think is the best way to get started with them it has multiple flavors including the citrus salt raspberry salt and orange salt which was the most popular that we can kind of sample them and see which ones you like the best. So the link is drink. L. m. n. t. dot com slash. Dr shockers and that will take you to the page. You learn more about this amazing electrolyte drink again. If you are an athlete somebody really wants to have more energy better. Mental clarity really wants to charge into life if you enjoy working out outside especially if you like running and doing long distance work outside or if you're intermittent fasting or on a ketogenic diet and you want to get the best results trying some electrolyte drink. I think can really help up your game. So check that out again. Drink l. m. n. t. dot com forward slash d..

"dr shockers" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

21:36 min | 1 year ago

"dr shockers" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Deep cellular healing guys. I go through how fast and throw the best science and research on intermittent extended and how to utilize it to help prevent or even heal from cancer. autoimmune conditions digestive disorders and neurodegenerative conditions like alzheimer's and parkinson's guys. The book goes over all the various research and practical applications for daily intermittent fasting partial fasting and extended fasting. This book is designed to help inspire and empower you to embrace a fasting lifestyle while also enjoying tasty healthy foods at the right time to improve your metabolic flexibility and energy efficiency. C-can burn fat for fuel and have all day energy. You are going to love this book so check it out. You can get an on. Amazon dot com. We also have a website. Dr shockers dot net forward slash fasting. Transformation that's dr dockers dot net forward slash fasting transformation lincoln. Learn more about it. And of course you can pick the book up on amazon. You're gonna love it. Thanks so much guys so. This podcast is an audio recording of one of my most popular youtube videos about morning fatigue. One of the big issues that i've seen with many of my followers of my patients is that they wake up in the morning and they're so tired they have trouble getting out of bed trouble getting going early in the day and this is a sign. There are some significant issues going on that. You're adrenals are maxed. Your brain is not communicating. Well with the rest of your body are communicating wealth. You're adrenals there's underlying might. Oh conjul dysfunction. That's taking place and your body's not getting the signals. It needs to to wrap up energy normally. We should have great energy in the morning. Should be our most energetic time but so many people are struggling with morning fatigues. I'm gonna show you the major causes and strategies. You need a take. So you can wake up with pap wake up with energy be productive in the morning and really thrive in life. You guys are gonna love this podcast. And if you haven't left us a five star review. Please do that now. You're reviews really are important for us to reach more people and impact more lives but this podcast guys together. We can really change and save so many people's lives and and the quality of people's lives by leaving her view. That's a vote. You're voting for this podcast to show up and people search engines so that more people be exposed as valuable information and also take some time to subscribe to this channel. Hit the subscribe button that way. You get notified when ever we put up a new podcast. She never miss any of these valuable trainings. Thanks so much guys leaving that review and subscribing to the channel. Let's go into the show. Hey everybody today. We are talking about morning fatigue strategies to naturally enhance your energy and so we look at this topic. We know that the main causes of morning fatigue. Really come down at these six main things. Poor sleep and circadian rhythm disruptions. Blood sugar problems age. Pa axis dysfunction. Which for lay person we might say something like adrenal fatigue. Which you've probably heard before hypothyroidism michael conjul dysfunction and dehydration in bodily stagnation and so in this video. I'm going to go through these six things on a show. You exactly what to do to improve your energy throughout the day and if you wanna read something more information i've got a helpful link below to an article on this topic. And so we look at circadian rhythm we know that basically they're centers in our brain our gland okay and with our receptors that basically send signals to our hypothetical myths which tell us when we should be producing melatonin and and when we should be producing cortisol and adrenaline and so light plays a huge role with this and so when we are naturally getting sunlight in the morning and the day that's going to elevate our cortisol and our adrenalin and that's going to give us energy. It's gonna give us mental clarity. It's gonna make us feel really good case far zachos however in the evening and at night in evening as the sun sets that's more of a red light and then When the sun goes down that naturally should we should have a a a drop big drop in cortisol and adrenaline the evening. And then we have a big rise in our melatonin. And so when we don't have that perhaps due to the fact that were you know. We've got bright lights on in our house or we we're looking at our device or we've got stress. You know that things that we're thinking about that are stressful Maybe we've got We're having an issue with our spouse or loved one or something like that that's gonna throw off our circadian rhythm and you can see Acadian disruption is linked with chronic fatigue fibromyalgia depression anxiety mood disorders. Daytime sleepiness. all these different problems. And so we've really gotta get that under control now. Another big thing is poor blood. Sugar stability in normally eat. Food or blood glucose is going to go up in our insulin's going to go up but then it should not go up a whole lot right so it should just go up a small amount of for eating the right foods and we don't have insulin resistance and so you could see in the one on the left there that's what it should look like. However if we get hyper if we have hyperinsulinemia where reproduce too much insulin. In response to our blood glucose it's gonna pull our blood sugar down into this hypoglycemic range and that's going to cause significant stress in the body because now the body's gotta pump out more cortisol more adrenaline in order to get the blood sugar back up and so for a lot of people they're not. They're parties are not metabolic flexible. They're not good at burning fat for fuel so they ended up having this blood sugar roller coaster in the wake up in the morning and they're exhausted right. They don't have the energy because they're hba access through drills are really blasted and so your age axis is this access. Were the hypo foul myths at you. Know in the brain talks to the patou itary gland which then sends out signals to the adrenals right to pump out. Cortisol for example. Okay and so. There's this constant communication going on constant feedback. The hypothalamus is measuring. How much cortisol has to trenton. In a much blood glucose things like data in the bloodstream. And it's altering. Its messages the to atari glands but at one under chronic stress we disruption in this communication process. It's like it's like having bad reception in your car radio right so you're trying to get dial into a station and you have bad reception. You don't hear the message very well. And that's really what happens. This sort of chronic stress or inflammation and ends up blunting the message and now we get altered response so now our body starts to overproduce stress hormones or it just fatigues it's just not even producing enough cortisol enough stress hormone to adapt the environment for a lot of people with more fatigue issues. The real issue is that they have very low morning cortisol so their stress. Hormones are not pumping out when they should be in the morning time because when when they do pump out you feel energized. Okay feel good and if you know normally the cortisol on the adrenaline should go down at night. And if it doesn't you typically feel wired and tired you're tired but you're you can't fall asleep kind of wiry. You're just not able to fall season. That's a sign up too much stress hormone in your system at night but in the morning. You should feel energize. You should feel mentally clear. If you don't assign you don't have enough cortisol and journal anna adrenal hormone In your system now another thing that could be playing. A role is thyroid issues. Okay thyroid and drills really really Work together and so here are common symptoms of having hypothyroidism. And if you if you have you know six or more of these than i would definitely consider this case particularly the number one symptom that i see with hypothyroidism is loss of the outer thirty eyebrows. I always look at somebody's outer eyebrow. And if i'm here there that is a telltale sign of a thyroid issue. Thyroid hormone is really important for proper hair growth. Okay so very important. There but fatigue is another another big big sign Also you'll see things like cold hands and feet okay. Decreased libido is a big issue dry skin and hair Constipation and weight gain. Those are probably the biggest symptoms and then also issues with memory oftentimes and mood. So those are the biggest symptoms that i'll see associated with some sort of hypothyroid issue now might have controversial issues medicare andrea plays an important role in producing energy but then every saw the body and when our meadow contra become damage were not going to be able to produce energy effectively which can absolutely the fatigue and so you can see the major factors poor diet. Chronic stress infections toxins. Poor sleep in aging. And that's going to cause a lot of issues and there's argument that what we think of as hp a access dysfunction or adrenal fatigue is really might have contra dysfunction because he's things go hand in hand they they knew very much are often seen together and then one other issue in this kind of plays with all these as well is dehydration. Omer dehydrated really taxes are hard taxes are body. We've got to work harder. We've gotta try to pull out electrolytes from different tissues of the body and our body responds to the idea. Ration- by creating a stress response so overall it increases stress in our system. Seventy five percent of our americans. are chronically dehydrated. I would say that's pretty common around the world As far as dehydration goes and so a couple of things. We don't want to do big things you never want to do in the morning is hit the snooze button if you have an alarm that goes off when that alarm goes off and it wakes you up that naturally should signal your body to create a stress response which will get you up out of bed if you blunt that by hitting the snooze button then you're blunting your natural cortisol and adrenal hormone release and you're not going to get the energetic flow of stress. Hormones that want in order to really have good mental clarity good energy in the morning time. So you're going to be more drowsy. You're not gonna outperformance well and you really don't get good quality sleep so you hit the snooze for what fifteen minutes it's not like you're getting quality sleep there so you're really not doing any anything good for yourself and then on top of that. You're actually causing more problems and more energy issues during the day. So don't hit the snooze button when you wake up in the morning if you have an alarm if you don't have alarm however you do it you get up and the first thing you wanna do is really focus on gratitude right. You just want to say. Thank you god for today. You know. be be focused on gratitude. And when he do that. That's going to actually naturally enhance endorphins. Enhance feel good neuro transmitters serotonin dopamine that gives you more energy to help you feel more mainly clear that give you happiness and positively and so. This is how you really can help. Take stress off of your age. Bay axis is focusing more on gratitude and giving. Thanks and i think that's a great thing. All of us can be doing early in the day. you know. If you've got time doing a gratitude journal is a really great practice that way you're able to really Teach your body you know and teacher your physiology in your mind and your spirit gratitude. Okay and that will help you throughout the day. I just wanted to take a quick moment to let you know that. This episode of the functional nutrition podcast is sponsored by our friends at paleo valley. They make the most powerful pure vitamin c supplement. You can get. Because unlike most vitamin c supplements containing synthetic ingredients that are created in a lab paleo valley essentially complex is made from three of the most potent whole food sources of vitamin c on the planet. Nothing weird just food. Check them out at paleo valley dot com and use the coupon code yakkers e r s to get fifteen percent off today. Now on top of that you want to really focus on good hydration and so drink continuously and first thing in the morning is a great time to hydrate your body because we've been sleeping for harbor many hours in the whole time or sleeping. Were breathing out. Water vapor and that water vapor is. You know we're exhaling that and so that's actually dehydrating us. So i recommend drinking at least eight to sixteen ounces of water within the first twenty minutes of waking and you want to consume thirty two ounces of water before you actually eat anything a case for you actually eat food throughout the day or breakfast or something like that is a good idea to try to shoot for thirty two ounces of water so for many of the is that will really help you with intermittent fasting. Most people When they're hungry in the morning it's because they just really haven't drank enough water okay and you can also add in some good salt in there. Some celtics see-sawed or himalayan redmond's real salt which ride the minerals electrolytes not take stress off of yours. Reno's will help naturally improve your energy levels. You feel a lot better k so hydrate and then move your body early in the day. I try to move every single morning. Even if it's just taking a jog around my neighborhood or doing air squats or something like that going up and down the stairs you know things like that just getting some good quality movement ten minutes of good quality movement. You can do more. You can do whole exercise. You know he can lift weights. You get do. Sprints you can do a group exercise class. Anything like that is great or you could just move to move okay. So i usually work out around mid day but i like to get some sort of movement in the mornings. I don't consider it really a workout. It's just meet really more movement and so many guys might just be taken a walk. Right is movement not improve circulation on enhances tissue oxygenation releases some some good feel good. Neurotransmitters reduces stress intention and improves circulation. Your brains feel more mentally clearly a better memory better mood so really good idea. And then you don't obviously having a good exercise program in general so doing some sort of strength training or interval type of training a few times a week whether it's in the morning or midday or even in the late afternoon is a good idea. I don't recommend exercising at night. You know so. I wouldn't recommend exercising really after like seven o'clock at night just because that's gonna stimulate more stress hormones issue much better idea to be exercising earlier in the day. Okay so morning midday or late afternoon. Okay but that's going to be best for your overall energy levels your sleep quality your energy wake up then the other thing is really getting out getting some sunshine so the sun getting morning sun. Really stimulates inset circadian rhythms. Which stimulates cortisol gets you going for. The day will help you up. More energy better mental clarity. So i tried to get sun in the morning. I tried to get it around mid day in the evening as more like a red light which actually is is also very good for your circadian rhythm as well and really helps set in the melatonin That gets released at nighttime. Okay so you can fall asleep effectively so obviously one keach key things to having good energy in the morning is getting good sleep at night but getting doing these things throughout the day or going to really help set you and prepare. You have a good sleep at night and then when it comes to diet you know we want to really focus on a lower carb template i recommend for. That's going to help with blood. Sugar stability so. I recommend you know making sure diet is rich and healthy fats. Avocados olives grass fed butter coconut products grass fed and organic animal products while khad seafood getting low carb veggies right broccoli cauliflower green beans asparagus. Brussel sprouts Great foods Lemons limes using those things. Herbs fermented vegetables raw nuts seeds filtered water. And then if you wanna sweden things using things like stevia monk fruit maybe some sugar alcohols river. Tall a non. Gmo reuther tall. If you do okay with that if you don't get gasoline drilling trying to practice more real food low carb kito template that will really help you with keeping your blood sugar stable and balanced now when it comes to really good supplements. My favorite supplement is adapt strong. There's something i use every single day. Okay and i feel good when i wake up in the morning. I've got energy. But i just feel like this helps me perform at a really high level and the adapt strong has vitamin c. in it vitamin b six vitamin b. five b. six and b. fiber really important for adrenal health as well as neurotransmitters. Can you want to get the right forum for b. six. It's p five p pure doxa five allstate riots. We've got that there. It also has bovine which is cow based adrenal gland when you get that based adrenal gland. That's going to naturally provide some helpful support when it comes to your stress hormones. Okay and it's also got dna in aren a that helped to regenerate the maya condron the body as well as your adrenal mitochondria rights got these raw materials. That really helps support you. You've also got asian ginseng and You'll throw which are really good energetic. Adapt jen's you've got licorice root which helps keep court assault More elevated in the bloodstream and most people from my experience and i've done many tests need a little bit more cortisol in the morning right. We don't need it in the evening but we need it in the morning. Shift sandra right and rodeo ola. Really great for helping to modulate your cortisol levels. So those herbs really helped to boost your cortisol. It's low but if it is too high they're can help bring you back to balance those adapted. Jin's help like a thermo regulation tool right in your house. They help to regulate the amount of stress. Hormones that are in there so anyway. This is a great supplements. My go-to supplement for anybody. That's having morning fatigue right so we want to dial in the diet. Wanna dial in the sleep cycle getting sun in the morning. Like we've talked about hydration all these different things that we've discussed and then adding in a supplement like this can be extremely helpful extremely beneficial for you and then if you're dealing with thyroid issues. We've got the thyroid strong. You have hypothyroidism Or maybe subclinical Hypothyroidism thyroid strong's great. It's bovine based thyroid. Glandular along with a whole bunch of herbs and vegetables that provide trace minerals and nutrients like selenium for example that helped to support healthy thyroid function. Your body so those supplements are fantastic. You can find them in the link below. 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"dr shockers" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"dr shockers" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"And we find it in things like blueberries red onions grapes purple broccoli and cauliflower red cabbage cherries right these things. That have the kind of purplish war. Bluish sort of color to red onions. Other another example of it and so anthocyanins help protect against oxidative stress coming from radiation from the sun. That's why these plans have this and we have that in our wine. We also have courson right. Which is another powerful antioxidant. That helps support our bodies. These things are all great for the immune system all grade. They're all very chemo. Protective and Protect us against the formation of abnormal cells in our body help balance out the histamine reaction anything fermented is going to increase the amount of histamine but we have things like quercetin and And anthocyanins as well as the resveratrol helps balance that out so some people that have histamine issues actually can do well with a good polyphenol rich red wine. Some of them can do that now. We also want to make sure it's got the right amount of alcohol in it. so typically. we're we're looking at alcohol. Beer has about five percent alcohol so malt liquor about seven percent. Usually wine has roughly around twelve percent alcohol however it can actually range and it can be a lot more if there's no standardized values. You need third party testing to really tell k. And then you've got of course know different. Shots like whiskey and tequila Have a forty percent alcohol. So you want third party testing. I think is is really the key here when it comes to knowing how much alcohol you're consuming right because if you're consuming are glass red wine that is sixteen or seventeen percent alcohol. It's going to have a bigger effect than twelve percent alcohol rights. You're gonna get more of a buzz man. I feel as good drinking that. So that's another important thing to consider now. Also the whole wind process your mainstream wines. Hey go through. A crazy chemical cocktail to get them to be the final product and oftentimes. They're adding things like sugar in them as well. Here are some of the things that take place. There's a stabilization process where they use different stabilisers and that's things like potassium hydrogen tar trade. They use yeast. Yeast cell walls Different things like that different chemicals in there there's organoleptic management where they are used. This is used to control flavor and the taste profile and so they use different enzymes and and oak barrels and oak chips. They're using that nurse filtration that takes place Which which i think is good like in to some degree you need filtrations. That's charcoal filtration. But sometimes they use pasteurization which can also be an issue where you damage. That's high heat. You damage the actual polyphenols. That are in the wine. So that can be an issue Ferment fermentation nutrients antiseptic antioxidant. So they're using different and i- septic compounds in there as well Sulfur dioxide potassium by sulfate. There is acidification de acidification. Hydrogen sulfide enrichment. So there's kind of this whole process that takes place that can cause a reduction in the overall nutrients and then also can they. Can you know normally when wine when grapes are fermented to create wine. The bacteria break down all of the sugar and turn it into alcohol right and there's also polyphenols that are created from the fermentation process as well. So this is the way it's supposed to be in a really shouldn't have any impact on your blood sugar. Otherwise you know if there is. It's because it's not either not fully fermented war. They're adding in sugar. They're actually adding more sugar back in. And this is common in the wine industry guys. I just wanted to interrupt this podcast. Tell you about the importance of electrolytes. If you're having trouble with your energy or you just want to take your game to the next level electrolytes and good. Hydration are one of the most important things you can do. And most people are not getting the proper ratio of electrolytes. And they're not hydrating their body. Well enough if you are exercising a lot especially outside and in the heat and you're sweating were if you're on a low carb diet aclj diet or you're doing fasting whether it's intermittent or extended fasting. You were going to lose electrolytes in fact when you own a ketogenic diet or if you're intermittent fasting your insulin levels drop when insulin drops you excrete electrolytes particularly sodium. You really need to increase your sodium. When you're on these sorts of attrition plans and that will help relieve hunger and cravings. It's going to help reduce cramps if you're dealing with that. Some people deal with headaches when their fasting worth their on a low carb diet exercising and he. 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"dr shockers" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"dr shockers" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Will. Hey everybody one of the most common questions that i get is what kind of alcoholic drinks will kind of wine. Can i drink. When i'm doing a low carb kito genyk diet and of course as a doctor. I recommend drinking a lot of alcohol. Obviously alcohol can have a lot of health problems however what. I was surprised to find out years ago. Is that wine. Actually if it's done properly if it's cultivated rights and fermented properly can actually be extremely healthy and this is great news. I means that we can drink in moderation and actually improve our health and so the wine that i drink. I'm gonna go over in this podcast. And i'm gonna show you why i drink this wine and so i think we've got to realize is that there are many health benefits actually drinking wine. These are well researched benefits lot of science out there about how it improves. Your triglycerides lipid levels. It reduces your risk of dementia reduces insulin resistance would actually can help improve blood sugar stability and insulin sensitivity which also get stress off of our blood vessels and allows us to have better circulation house. Control blood sugar which reduces our risk of heart disease cancer so a lot of good research. That's out there now. This drinking in moderation is not you know drinking a bottle of wine every day. This might be drinking like one small glass a day <hes> or <unk>. Few times a week. Personally i drink wine probably once maybe at most twice a week <hes>. Like maybe two glasses a week. Max and i do that we <hes>. My family we celebrate a sabbath usually friday night which is really when jesus celebrated the sabbath and <hes> we'll oftentimes have wine will blessed and and drink it and we drink a certain type of wine that does not impact my blood sugar. That does not have additives and preservatives. And things like that. And i feel great drinking it. There's no hangover. There's i just feel really really good drinking it. And actually i've seen on. My continuous blood glucose monitor that actually helps control and stabilize my blood sugar levels as well. Now there's a couple of great benefits with wine great nutrients i should say one is resveratrol which is a poly phenolic bioflavonoids antioxidant. That's produced certain plants and founded foods drinks in particular. It's found in red wine right. It's called the french paradox. right and france. They drink a lot of red wine and people tend to live longer and one of the reasons is because of this compound resveratrol and that's really what got scientists to study at. They said there's gotta be something going on here and so they looked at the different compounds in red wine and they found reservoir trawl and they found that it has a great impact at improving. Might conjul health house reduce oxidative stress throughout the body to support the immune system our brain scan <hes>. Keeps inflammation under control imprisoned circulation. So a lot of great benefits to it and that we find wine. We also have anthocyanins so dan in believe it. Spanish means blue right and <hes>. So basically it's kind of a blue pigment or purplish pigment. And we find it in things like blueberries red onions <hes> grapes purple broccoli and cauliflower red cabbage cherries right these things. That have the kind of purplish war. Bluish sort of color to red onions. Other another example of it and so anthocyanins help protect against oxidative stress coming from radiation from the

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"dr shockers" Discussed on Next Up. Student Success!

Next Up. Student Success!

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"dr shockers" Discussed on Next Up. Student Success!

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"dr shockers" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"dr shockers" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Of electrolytes or having trouble with your energy or you just want to take your game to the next level electrolytes and good. Hydration are one of the most important things you can do in. Most people are not getting the proper ratio of and they're not hydrating their body. Well enough if you are exercising a lot especially outside in in the heat and you're sweating or if you're on a low carb diet akito genyk diet or you're doing fasting whether it's intermittent or extended fasting. You were going to lose electrolytes in fact when you own a ketogenic diet or if you're intermittent fasting your insulin levels drop when insulin drops you excrete electrolytes particularly sodium. You really need to increase your sodium. When you're on these sorts up attrition plans and that will help relieve hunger cravings. It's going to help reduce cramps if you're dealing with that Some people deal with headaches their fasting or on a low carb diet or they're exercising and he'd that's going to help reduce headaches tiredness dizziness fatigue. Support your body's she he can be at the top of your game now the problem with most electrolyte powders out. They're full of sugar. Artificial ingredients different colorings things that we just don't want to not healthy and they don't help support hydration. so i've actually partnered with a company called elements. They've sent me some of their products and they're fantastic. Not only they have the right ratio. Sodium potassium agnesi in their but on top of that. They're also flavored with stevia. Which is an on astro flavoring agent. That doesn't impact our blood sugar and makes this more palatable. Now they have some great flavors they have citrus salk. Raspberry saw an orange saw. All of them tastes great. They also have an unflavored. So if you want to avoid stevia they do have an unflavored as well. But i really like this. Miss commpany actually works with us olympics networking several nfl teams mba teams mba players. A lot of athletes are using element every single day to get the best results on top of that. You know if you just want to be the best mom if you want to get the best workout you know if you are a hard charging individual that wants to get the most of life this product really helps or you. It was founded by my friend. Rob wolf who is a time new york times bestselling author a paleo space and he also works with people that are on a ketogenic diet and see he's amazing results using this for athletes. Low carb dieters people that are just looking to improve their overall fitness their health and their energy levels and great product. And you guys can find it at drink. L. m. n. t. dot com forward slash. Dr shockers and that will take you to a page where they have their variety. Pack the variety pack. I think it's the best way to get started with them. It has multiple flavors including the citrus salt raspberry salt numbering salt. Which are the most popular is that we can kind of sample them and see which ones you like the best. So the link is drink. L. m. n. t. dot com forward slash. Dr shockers and that will take you to the page. Learn more about this amazing electrolyte drink again if you are an athlete somebody that really wants to have more energy better. Mental clarity really wants to charge into life if you enjoy working out outside especially if you like running and doing longest since work outside of your intermittent fasting or on a ketogenic diet and you want to get the best results china electrolyte drink. I think can really help up your game. So check that out again drinking l. m. n. t. dot com forward slash d. r. jock. Yeah absolutely the ball start going into. Let's say like an alternative as fast and their normal e- eating let's say three meals a day and they get to graduates launch Yell at is what happens with their hormones because a lot of times people feel hungry around the yuletide but if they can just kind of drinks lauder pass through that time it seems to go away. Can you explain that more. So yes so. This is what we say we tell people in our intensive dietary management program. You have to expect that. The hunger doesn't continue to build so everybody worries that. Oh yeah it's twelve o'clock. I'm skipping launch. I'm going to get so hungry. You're hungry So gee be fair for it but it comes in a wave. There's a pass as it goes away so you measure something called corral which is hunger armone over twenty four hours. What happens is that the sh- garage goes up at breakfast lunch and dinner. So there's a learned component to it but then if you don't eat grell and actually just falls back down to baseline and what the bottom line is if you are You know if you've ever worked through lunch you know this very well. But at twelve o'clock one o'clock one thirty year pretty hungry by by the time. Four o'clock runs around. Yeah actually feel the same whether you ate. I didn't eat. There actually is no difference. You're backed guerrilla has deck down to baseline hunger level is backed baseline so this is sort of both the physiology and the and the clinical experience shows us. And that's that's one of the big worries the probably the biggest worry of people that are just be so hungry they can deal with. If you know that it's only gonna be an hour an hour and a bit have some. Tv tell people have some water. Have some tea or something like that and then just ride out the wave and they can do it if they think it's going to just keep getting worse and worse and worse and worse they have no hope and i've done this many times where i've you know not necessarily deliberately by so busy ends like i'm really hungry. It's twelve o'clock but it's you know. I'm so busy so i just keep working and then it's like okay. Well it passes it passes in. It's done and then you don't think about it again because again you're just is he's staying. Busy is actually one of our really important strategies for making it easier especially around Mealtime so if you're used to sitting down every lunchtime then it's gonna be tough but if you all have sons think okay well. Why don't i just keep and then go home and our early. Yeah hey that works. Then you're you. You're making you know that that fasting in your building it into your schedule and the great thing about it. Is that where you're doing. These sort of alternate daily fast short fast. It's it's not difficult in a working day because if you don't eat breakfast mostly in the people don't notice you don't eat lunch once in a while mostly people don't notice Skipping dinner sometimes a bit more hard that sorta family time and all that sort of stuff. And that's why sort of a twenty four hour fast dinner to dinner is often very easy to sort of slip right into a working schedule without even anybody knowing particularly that. You're even doing it. Yeah yeah absolutely. I do that regularly. I do actually three days a week. Where i do a twenty four hour fast and then two days. We are the rest of the week. I'm doing two meals right. Actually feel great. I feel really fantastic. Maintain my muscle mass and just really really strong so Definitely does work. And i know in your ibm program in your books. You've been a big fan of this kind of alternate day. Fasting protocol..

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"dr shockers" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

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"dr shockers" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Loves That's another option to we make mashed potatoes out of cauliflower on a regular. which case great is great. It's like butter. And cauliflower more or less than. Solid earnings like that, and it tastes really really good. So I'm fan of that too cauliflower how `bout your favorite spice fever herb. That's a great question, superbly? Rosemary. Rosemary Menges love the taste of Rosemary. But also brags has a an herbal blandino saw Erbil Bland. So Mike teas that because it's so many different herbs than it tastes delicious design anything vegetables or chicken or anything. So that race Mary lamb chops with see-saw olive oil shirt that. Mary. So, good Rosemary's actually easy to grow and actually enhances the amount of Acetylcholine in your brain, which basically is key neurotransmitter that that is active in your hippo campus where he store memory so it actually helps with. Memory Rosemary's also potent antioxidants. So it helps protect your brain from oxidative stress and degeneration. So really good one to be able to use anti can he says breath freshener too so like after a meal instead of having tax or com or something like that that's loaded with chemical toxins you throw INS Rosemary or maybe fennel seed or parsley or something like that really freshens up your breath and you also get the antioxidants from it as well. So. Good stuff there. Now let's talk about kind of your ideal clients. So you've been working obviously clients all around the world What kind of client or what? What would be the kind of demographic person that you enjoy working with s and helping them improve their house? I love working with anyone who's made abated to make changes so. I don't really have men women that I prefer tend to work more with women women have forty, two, probably sixty or seventy who are going through hormonal changes or who have taken care of kids their entire lives in never focused on themselves or taking care of a husband or someone else, and now it's time to take your themselves, and so I love working with women because that can. Help stress the importance of. them, giving themselves to self care that they give into so many other people over the years so I love working with people with cancer I. Really have a passion for that. Yes. So that's the another. But really anyone who wants help and who has tried other things like I said earlier is feeling hopeless or then there's nothing they can do because I I say this all the time there's always something we can do. So. Committed when I work with my clients I'm never give up I. Just I'll keep going out keep trying to help them to support guide them in figuring out what is their underlying issue and what do they need to do to a hill because I don't want is what you lose. Hope it's hard to he'll soon alleged encourage people and support them and Pray with them and pray for them and just really encourage them to stay on track not to get up and do these things that can really make a huge impact in your life because there's so many things that are air control you know in the company, they're unhealthy advocate I used to be lawyer, and so advocacy is in my my training and. The knowledge to do so I encouraged my clients because I had to become own health advocate what led to the greer change I encouraged by highest become your own health advocate, get copies of all your wives look down you know. Always question what you're being told don't just accept opinions or diagnoses like question do your research you know and really advocate for yourself and follow your instincts because what I've seen so many times over and over. As a lot of times, my clients and know what's going on with them or a mom knows what's going on with the kid they might not be agreed with by whoever they're seeking for help. But they're usually right because they're they're wisdom every single day you're in your body, you know what you're experiencing. So don't let anyone tell you that your symptoms are real or that you can't have. Those gyms or there's too many you know. So don't let them play you off basically if you think something's wrong than keep pursuing, keep pursuing answers don't give up stay hopeful and you keep looking for answers because I truly believe they're out there. Yeah so good and so you guys are listening to bliss a former lawyer mother of two sets of twins. If you've had twins or you know twin MOMS, you know that that's quite a challenge she's been through allow with all of that turned her life around she struggled with a lot of health issues. We talked about that on on a on a past video that we did and she is now entrenches working people day in day out helping people and I just WanNa acknowledge you for being inspirational source of hope for so many people empathetic guide to help people really fulfil their their their health goals. And so you're doing a fantastic job out there helping people in. If you're out there listening in, you want help WanNa work with somebody has a heart passion and knowledge like Melissa. You can reach out to her are right through our website will have a lincoln. The show notes as well and her email Melissa at Dr Shockers Dot Com. So I, trust her with my family I trust her with you know basically anybody I would I would I would come across I would trust Melissa to be able to help coach them and lead them in the right direction. So she's fantastic was any final words of inspiration for audience here I think I just satellite. don't, give up. Keep looking for answers have hope and I. Love. To Guide you you're looking for somebody with empathy and compassion and also. A lot of. And commitment to helping you find answers I'd love to help you just reach out and we'll get started. All right sounds great and so for those guys listening remember you're more valuable than you think you are start taking actions day to improve your health and we'll see on a future podcast.

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