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"dr terry walls" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

04:05 min | 5 months ago

"dr terry walls" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Break. We were talking about Ortho Rex. Ya Which is something that you saw the way. So what are? Some of the behaviors are symptom of someone with Ortho. Rex Ya What are some of the things that they may experience? Be well for me. It was you know. I became afraid of foods. I really believe that that you know when I was trying to figure out what foods were stronger. Triggers like for me Eggplants really affects my body in a negative way. Really it took me of what it does and so two peppers and I. That's what my Ted talks about. Was You know? Tomatoes peppers and eggplants. I can eat tomatoes once in a while but I know if I've made us three times in a month ago I have is. I'm so biohacking. It's ridiculous if I have an injury times in a month I will notice inflammation and for me. It happens in my neck. I used to not be able to look left or right or up or down and it started increasing. Yeah well those are. Am I mistaken or those nightshade at least a couple of nights there nightshade? So where someone like Dr Terry walls and I follow the walls protocol. She has no problems with those so it becomes very confusing. Because it's like I'm doing exactly what she told me and yet my symptoms were getting better. But I'm still having a lot of issues so I wanted to sort of bio hack my way from that template and I think that's what happens is that we read books that have suggested protocols and we think that we have to exactly into that mold and if we don't fit into that mold then we become afraid of food and and that is what happened and then for me you know. There's a lot of psychological work that needs to be done to effectively Massoud as medicine Lens and there's no one talking about that they just talk out food as medicine but no one saying. Hey you know if you start using food as medicine specifically just because you don't feel well then you're going to start feeling deprived like they're having a point in that food as medicine journey where you realize that this is a self love. Lens and you no longer WanNa harm yourself. It's not a lens of deprivation. Yeah well I think one of the The are you familiar with Anthony William. He's part of He's the Guy Came out plans to heal. He's from southern California. I just love his stuff. I love his stuff And I don't I encourage everyone to check it out at least i. His new book just came out Cleanse to heal and I just love the way he writes. It just seems so logical to me and his thinking and it's it's all about Opening your mind to the beauty of of all foods really and understanding them at a deeper level which is kind of what you're talking about so you know what are some other sick logical issues that have been a direct result of having a food. Isn't medicine mindset? You know like like I you know for me. I have a very high celtics team and when I realized that wow the foods that I was eating were directly related to the pain that I had and I had uninterrupted pain for years on now I I I I. I hate to interrupt you. But the music's playing and I and if I don't we're GONNA we're going to go ahead with the Jews cracking and so on. It's so great talking with you. So you're gonNA always rather than later because we didn't even get really the nuts and bolts of this so always great speaker. Paul de Thank you so much. We'll have a couple of weeks. Thank you so much you could find her. I burn at by by. We could find around Instagram. At Paleo. Boss Lady you know what everyone you get one body you get one time. Ed You get one life today at a two mode..

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"dr terry walls" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

04:05 min | 5 months ago

"dr terry walls" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Break. We were talking about Ortho Rex. Ya Which is something that you saw the way. So what are? Some of the behaviors are symptom of someone with Ortho. Rex Ya What are some of the things that they may experience? Be well for me. It was you know. I became afraid of foods. I really believe that that you know when I was trying to figure out what foods were stronger. Triggers like for me Eggplants really affects my body in a negative way. Really it took me of what it does and so two peppers and I. That's what my Ted talks about. Was You know? Tomatoes peppers and eggplants. I can eat tomatoes once in a while but I know if I've made us three times in a month ago I have is. I'm so biohacking. It's ridiculous if I have an injury times in a month I will notice inflammation and for me. It happens in my neck. I used to not be able to look left or right or up or down and it started increasing. Yeah well those are. Am I mistaken or those nightshade at least a couple of nights there nightshade? So where someone like Dr Terry walls and I follow the walls protocol. She has no problems with those so it becomes very confusing. Because it's like I'm doing exactly what she told me and yet my symptoms were getting better. But I'm still having a lot of issues so I wanted to sort of bio hack my way from that template and I think that's what happens is that we read books that have suggested protocols and we think that we have to exactly into that mold and if we don't fit into that mold then we become afraid of food and and that is what happened and then for me you know. There's a lot of psychological work that needs to be done to effectively Massoud as medicine Lens and there's no one talking about that they just talk out food as medicine but no one saying. Hey you know if you start using food as medicine specifically just because you don't feel well then you're going to start feeling deprived like they're having a point in that food as medicine journey where you realize that this is a self love. Lens and you no longer WanNa harm yourself. It's not a lens of deprivation. Yeah well I think one of the The are you familiar with Anthony William. He's part of He's the Guy Came out plans to heal. He's from southern California. I just love his stuff. I love his stuff And I don't I encourage everyone to check it out at least i. His new book just came out Cleanse to heal and I just love the way he writes. It just seems so logical to me and his thinking and it's it's all about Opening your mind to the beauty of of all foods really and understanding them at a deeper level which is kind of what you're talking about so you know what are some other sick logical issues that have been a direct result of having a food. Isn't medicine mindset? You know like like I you know for me. I have a very high celtics team and when I realized that wow the foods that I was eating were directly related to the pain that I had and I had uninterrupted pain for years on now I I I I. I hate to interrupt you. But the music's playing and I and if I don't we're GONNA we're going to go ahead with the Jews cracking and so on. It's so great talking with you. So you're gonNA always rather than later because we didn't even get really the nuts and bolts of this so always great speaker. Paul de Thank you so much. We'll have a couple of weeks. Thank you so much you could find her. I burn at by by. We could find around Instagram. At Paleo. Boss Lady you know what everyone you get one body you get one time. Ed You get one life today at a two mode..

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"dr terry walls" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

07:54 min | 6 months ago

"dr terry walls" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"A penny. I takes out grain So these versions let people still have Dairy in them so it's more A diet that is before agriculture so no grains nobles it may or may not include Deri Acuna. Genetic Diet is very high fat Much lower car blower and protein however. It's very good for controlling seizures. Being studied for cancer for mental health issues in neurologic dishes in for diabetes. However I am telling people to not do genyk eating jury the coded pandemic because it's When you're in fasting KETOGENIC EATING. There's a decrease in immune cell activity and it may increase your vote. Your risk of getting the code and heavy to more severe reaction. If you do get it so I would just do the Paleo Diet now and then once we're through this code crises and we're not so worried about that Colbert infection. Then you could explore whether or not a key. Genyk diet would be appropriate What are some other things right now that our listeners could do like right now do today so right now get your blood. Sugar and butter control so for sure. Please get rid of the sugar. Get rid of this week. Beverages Reduce or eliminate the flour based products Even if they're gluten free. I'd rather you have vegetables. Yeah your source of protein There should be meat or gluten free grains and legumes if you're by deterrent. And what did you play vitamin C? So I'm very fond of having people have Sauerkraut it's a great source of Vitamin C. it's a good source of prebiotic fiber. So that's really good for your your immune cells and I am very fond of making sure. People have plenty of Vitamin A. When you're facing infection so this is why I strongly encourage liver once a week or the organ meat capsules every day. A lot of people like Dr Alvin Dannenberg. Who's been on the show regularly? I don't know if you know Dr Walls. But he has continued despite for cancer by using some of these products. Like you said meet organ meat from Grass Fed and finished animals and had a lot of success with that actually is doing quite well in his has survived a well beyond what they expected him to. So yes yes Liber is a superfood. I recommend it highly that six to eight ounces. A week I think it should be part of everyone's diet. It will have vitamin in it. They'll have a lot of B. Vitamins. It also has the thinking We all know that right now. Zinc is really important for you mean so. I D vitamin A. And then lots of vegetables. Yeah I can remember. I can remember my mom. The smell of the liver and onions in the kitchen used to be a an American staple. Didn't it every Friday night we had liver in just really You know I I left home. I didn't have a Do that now. Really Wonderful Baked Liberty dish. That is that we Just love So yes arts and learn how to cook it so it's delicious. It's not overcooked dry herbal yeah yeah. I I don't think I ever ate it. Led by House will will while you think you'd be very surprised at how much it can be. So do you have any special secrets when you cook it? And he's particularly like you put garlic in it or what do you do to make it more palatable? So the key is to not overcook. It did leave it. Medium rare Just a little pink in the center. I have wonderful recipe. H Liver you put your liver on a bed of onions. License delivered the top. It then as vice a vacant across All the whole pants then bake it in a slow oven about two hundred twenty five degrees for ninety minutes 'til come out the outside. The liver will be sort of a deeper root or do you spice it inside. It'll be a pink. It will not have any blood money out of it. It will be delicious. Custard we'll be delicious and you'll be surprised that you your family will marvel at at SOB. You're probably your new favorite food. Wow well wishes I've got so much I wanna ask you we. We have to shortly though. So what about this? How can the Diet impact longevity and aging? Well we certainly. If you've light up the photograph of me you'll see that when I started this new way of you know two thousand eight. It look steadily younger younger younger younger. My hair it can get greyer but my skin looks younger and more vital. We see this in our clinics as what that people like younger. They typically Houston by about ten to fifteen years. When we have measured till year's which is a biologic marker of aging. We see that the TELOMERES LANC son. In so biologically itself had are using In this because changing diet lifestyle host behavioral changes expression of the genes. Yeah it really run. How you determine the chemistry of life in your body and the more favorably running your chemistry of life the more physiologic you'll have younger your cells. Well look these biologic. Ag Markers that we examined well looking at the before. And after I have to tell you you look amazing and you do you. Look You. Look fifteen years younger than you did. Fifteen years ago. It's Kinda crazy but It's so it's so great to have. I hope you'll come back. I really do. I know you're friends with apology. She's a big part of the show to and and also overcame. Ms As you know well. And so I hope that you'll come back. I really do you also like to throw out. Who More people for our next clinical trial and to get more info on that out to us at Ms Diet Study Healthcare that you Iowa got eating you. We'll put that on our social media as well and your website Dr Terry walls or not. Dr. Sorry just Terry Walls and I'll get it right this time. W. A. H. L. ASS DOT COM. That's Terry walls DOT COM. Thank you again. I look forward to having you back on the air and you have a wonderful Passover Easter weekend. Much all right. Thank you all right everybody. We've got cody. Meyler coming up tips to take advantage of your time right now. You can get fit. Yes you can stay tuned. You're listening to one life. 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"dr terry walls" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

04:53 min | 6 months ago

"dr terry walls" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Level Tobacco use air pollution exposure Social Networks yeah go ahead. We used to think it was. It was the genetic set drove the environment interacting with genetics. Yeah well so. What are the key parts of the dietary and lifestyle plan that you're using in your clinics now? They're the things that were removed because they're so inflammatory and that's still sugar gluten which is the main Protein and many h at gray we Ryan Marley. In case seeing the protein and dairy and eggs because many of us have unrecognized immune response to those proteins make our immune system to activated into inflamed will remind everyone that I had who saw that In two thousand two but I still went downhill because I wasn't giving myself the additional things that they needed to fully flourish in so that was all about Add N lots of non starchy vegetables? A comedian leafy things like a Swiss chard Romain Lettuce Kale collards Parsley Salon Tra baseball and then the cabbage onion mushroom family vegetables. Which by the way are are really great at the balancing your no transmitters re-balancing of our immune cell function mushrooms also great at rebalancing immune function and then the deeply pigmented vegetables and berries like beets carrots berries. We have literally hundreds and hundreds of studies showing that you have peto brain function less cognitive decline better mood less cancer the more colored that you eat well to go back to dairy because I I feel this is so important. I don't think very many people truly understand How important it is to eliminate dairy from your diet as a specie you or Animals in the mail family have been feeding our young adults. Two hundred million years about ten and once the offspring was wing that we don't get that milk. The milk is food with growth factors that encourage rapid growth. So it's Great. For instance great for young children probably good for us But once are both plates fuse. Then the only growth that can happen is horizontally to make fat or to develop a pre-cancer or cancerous in it so we have these growth factors that I'm worried about the other factor that I'm worried about is that many people have immune response to the protein in Gary that causes excess inflammation of our immune south excess inflammation in our brain And we know that. Antibodies against dairy are found more frequently in people with. Parkinson's with schizophrenia. Several other forms of narrow degeneration and populations that have a higher intake of theory have much higher rates. Multiple Sclerosis. So I really want to take dairy out of the Diet for three months. And then they can put it back in and see how they do But if you take it out as an agreement and so you can decide when you want to run this. Three MONTH EXPERIMENT. That will sort out. Is there a problem for you Well and then there's the RBM in those certainly aren't good for you well. I think they're good for you. I mean we. We have too much of a problem with obesity. We have too many people with cancers. We have two children with cancers. You need any more growth factors that encourage growth of our tissues you. It's fantastic having you on the air with us. I cannot wait to get you back here in just a second. We're going to go to break if that's okay. We break now. We come back. We continue talking about this. It's such an honor to have you on the phone on the phone with us on the air with us Dr Terry Walls. Her website is Terry Walls Dot Com and that's T. E. R. R. Y. W. A. H. L. And we'll be right back. Everyone we're GonNa go to break more coming up with Dr Terry Walls. You're listening to one life radio..

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"dr terry walls" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

03:12 min | 6 months ago

"dr terry walls" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Speak with our pet resource pet food or emergency medical care in partnership with some of our medical partners out there. We're here for people if they need that thing. And what are you telling people about the covert nineteen when it comes to their animals because let me tell you. I shared this story either yesterday or the day before about my dog. Charlie so Charlie started having a dry cough. You know the drive cough that ever was like oh my gosh you got a dry cough to have the corona virus and so Charlie developed the strike off and I was thinking that he had eaten something I got caught in throat but after the second day that I was like you know I'm GonNa get him checked out just to see what's going on and and it was just allergies. So dogs can get allergies allergies just like we can get a little sore throat and a little dry cough because I think that when that tiger story broke New York about The the tiger at the Bronx Zoo lots of people got very Alerted if you will or scared if you will About Oh my gosh can my cat or my dog corona virus right now. They're saying no they cannot. They still don't know how the cat at the Bronx Zoo Got It but we. We all need to not overreact. Right that you true words were never spoken. Bernadette I completely yes that is that is right so right now. People are not at risk as far as veterinarians. No veternarian the advice that we're receiving people risk getting covered nineteen from they're indoor cats or dogs who've been exposed to people but we don't know for certain whether domestic cats can become naturally infected there are other strains of corona virus that cats and chickens and other animals have been able to get so here like the down and dirty guidelines if you are sick with covered nineteen restrict your contact with your pets. Yeah just like you. Would your kids right. Make sure you have an emergency plan that allows for someone else in your health home to take care of your pets and if you have a service animal where cloth facemask but don't share your food or kiss on her hug him and just wash your hands a lot. You'RE NOT ILL O. Interact with your pets as much as you want to care for them. Snuggle with and just not just good hygiene and I want to get this out to Marcus. This is really important and then we have to go to break Dr Terry Wells coming up. And Cody Miler but This is a good time to get your cat or dog spayed or neutered to. I know the doctor Jimmy. Norris is still operating his practice as a veterinarian. And they're doing you know they're taking so you could probably schedule a spay neuter during this time. Do you happen to know about that. You know some some offices I think are opened with the. Spca checks is not right now but if people call in and they want to set up an appointment for the future definitely now realized that. If you have a second do it. We need to do some SNIPS NIPPING. So we don't have another overpopulation of animals. That are coming. You know that'll be born in a few months here so everyone do your part to keep our animals safe. I mean they're part of this world they really are and preserving kindness is is what it's all about and that includes our animals were all connected. Thank you so much more Davies. We'll talk to you next week. And you take care of yourself and have a happy Passover Easter weekend. Thank you you too all right more. Davies. You can find her at their website. Spca DOT Org. We have Dr Terry Walls. And Cody meyler coming up. Stay tuned everyone. You're listening to one life radio..

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"dr terry walls" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

02:44 min | 6 months ago

"dr terry walls" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

"Say like based on my experience this is a marathon not a sprint not recommend long-term cardio It's but it's a marathon stick with it. Build the habits that let you stick with it and track so that you can see if what you're doing is having a positive effect. I don't know that it would be the same for everyone but for me. I had to get all of these things right before I was able to see the weight loss before my hair combat normally before I had all the unlimited energy in it was slow process and it also required shifting my mindset like I talked about an episode three. Oh nine from fighting my body to supporting my body because I had Richard. I was so mad at my body. I felt like it had betrayed me and I realized it had protected me and it was keeping me safe and it was keeping me my baby safe while I was pregnant with them But I needed to be more supportive of my body. So those are the things that I did I am now clinically intermission. All of my thyroid levels tests normal. I don't need to take medication. I do still take supplements and I do still follow a lot of these things that I talked about and at home. I eat probably still very close to that. Autoimmune Diet when we're home but if we're out somewhere or event. I'm much much less strict than I ever have than I used to be. And I'm able to get away with eating a wide variety of foods and not being as restrictive as long as I. This is my body. Make sure I got my sleep. My stress and all of those factors in order There's probably questions. I'm not thinking to answer if you have any plea lead them in the comments that wellness Mama Dot. Fm Under this podcast. And I will try to respond to you directly and all of the things I mentioned. I have blog post about all of these so head over to wellness Mama Dot. Fm It want to read more about any of these. Or check out the episodes with Dr Christianson. After as well Owens Dr Terry walls or with my study and be Dr. Those all have really helpful resources for autoimmune is but I wanted to just share with you guys and update since I can now officially say that in remission and share with how I got there. I do think it's a very personalized thing. I hope that some of these will be helpful. If you're in the same place to you and finding the things that are going to work for you but I don't think it's prescriptive so I hope that you're able to pull some beneficial things from that and of course always. I am so grateful to you for being here today for listening to this podcast and for being part of that change that I talked about at the beginning of hopefully shifting those statistics that our kids are not facing be living shorter life expectancies than their parents. Thank you for your time today. Thank you for listening and I hope that you will join me again on the next episode with wellness. If you're enjoying these interviews would you please take two minutes to leave a rating or review on Itunes for me? Doing this helps people to find the podcast which means even more moms and families can benefit from the information. I really appreciate your time and thanks as always for listening..

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"dr terry walls" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

The Healthy Moms Podcast

11:26 min | 6 months ago

"dr terry walls" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

"My also found that I needed to do very specific exercise so for me that meant I only stick to now. High intensity exercise and things like lifting weights. I don't do any long form cardio. So I'm not just running miles or on the elliptical my body and hormones personally respond best to high intensity training. I use the Carol bike which willing to the show notes that I've done a podcast with the founder of Carol And then I do very heavy weight lifting and lifting about my body weight now in most stories and I feel the best on that sleep was also a huge component of this for me so I know in early motherhood. This is something that probably made it worse but was unavoidable. Which was not getting enough sleep. If it's possible to get enough sleep for anyone with autoimmune disease where any kind of health condition? I think that's a definite place to start and I have written a lot about this before so I'm not GonNa go deep sleep issue today but I will make sure some of the Post Arlington show notes. If you feel like that's an issue for you and then also the dietary side without going too too deep on this link in the show notes to more detailed description of what I did but I for a while. After my diagnosis went on a very strict autoimmune protocol diet that removed the basically the theory is removing a lot of the foods that can be inflammatory giving the body time to rest and then introducing carefully so you can kind of gauge. If you're responding to different kinds of foods it is important to know like I said in the beginning I based on lab results in lack of Nado my thyroid. I am considered fully in remission for Hashi Meadows and I do not follow this diet anymore. In fact I will say this past year now. Having worked through the emotional stuff and really found homeostasis. I eat more food than I've ever eaten as an adult. I am less restrictive very clean at home. But I'm able to eat occasionally things like gluten Sugar I do eat dairy and none of those bothering I do still have to avoid eggs based on some testing and based on how I feel but that's really the only food that I'm not eating at all right now I think there's this personalized as well. All linked to the test. I used to figure out and to constantly monitor that but in the two years after my diagnosis I did eat an extremely regimented. Very Clean Diet to give my my body time to rest and recover and I focused on really nourishing it supporting it with certain supplements based on testing and just making sure I was flooding my body with nutrients and it took years for my body to fully recover from that and I did not like. I said I was not able to lose weight during that time. Once my body reached balance dealt with everything else and then I dealt with the emotions. The weight loss part became extremely easy. And so I think it's important address. All these factor than it not expect change to happen overnight That's it so from abroad. Level headed what the Diet I did that I think my body rest was considered the autoimmune protocol all linked to my post on that topic and also to some books that are really helpful But basically from my understanding if the body has an autoimmune reaction it can sometimes be necessary to remove certain inflammatory foods inputs for a while so that you can then reintroducing tested response this is similar to the theory behind the gaps protocol which we also did my son to help with his allergy. But it's geared towards auto immunity instead and basically from what? I understand that this with autoimmune disease the bodies in a state of increased immune response so removing these foods can help it not have to fight for a little. While and can reduce the autoimmune reaction should also say that technically clinically an autoimmune disease cannot be cured which is why. I use your permission instead at this point after my diagnosis I switched to an autumn autoimmune protocol and I was pretty amazed at how quickly it helped so within the first week I saw my bloating. Go Away My thyroid felt less swollen and I had more energy even after the first couple of days and then I saw a skit improvements and energy improvements and then eventually my hair Improved and this helped me realize which foods were problematic. And like I said I've now been able to reintroduce almost all of these foods everything but eggs so I think it's. I want to say that before I tell you. Just how restricted this protocol is. It's not usually forever or at least not. All parts of it are forever. The general idea is that You're removing any inflammatory foods. If this is a new for you some things that I find helpful. I'll link in the show notes. The Paleo mom has a website and also a book the Paleo Approach There's an autoimmune cookbook by Mickey Trescott. Her website is autoimmune Paleo. Those were both really good. I'll link to those in the show notes dot FM basically very broad description on IP protocol. You're avoiding grains looms eggs dairy seeds even seed based spices and oils night shades. So things like tomatoes peppers eggplants etc nuts alcohol and then any other reactive foods for me that included coconut even though that's not typically on the West instead you're eating clean sources of proteins like meats organ meats Broth Bechtel's except for night shades fresh or dried herbs that are not nuts or seeds certain fruits NON-C base spices. Lots of healthy fats. I focused on olive oil and dairy free fermented foods like Sauerkraut so. I have a food list. My Post you can find that in the show notes. It does seem very overwhelming. It is extremely restrictive. But I knew that it was aimed at healing and as I was able to stick to it For me a typical day would be breakfast to be scrambled vegetables. Some kind of protein and a cup of bone broth in supplements munch was almost always a salad with some kind of protein. A little bit of fruit. Then Bob Ross and dinner same thing some kind of stir fry with protein and a lot of vegetables and then some kind of healthy start like winter squash pumpkin etc. Another tip from Dr Christianson his if you're going to consume carbs to consume them at night because that also food is another big signalling mechanism in circadian rhythm so consuming the carpet night help signal the body when when all right hormones are supposed to kick in it also seems to help my sleep when I first started this. I felt like I couldn't eat anything and I felt constantly deprived and so it took me about thirty days to really get in the swing of this. I also focused on what I could eat versus what I couldn't and I consumed a ton of vegetables especially in that for six months and this was also based on the research of Dr Terry walls who I also really respect. She has book called the Walls Protocol. Her focus was on ms which was what she recovered from. But she talks about the importance of consuming at least nine cups of vegetables a day which is a ton of brightly vegetables three of leafy. Greens and three of onions and garlic. And I did that. I actually followed that for about four months and I notice a difference in my nutrient levels and and my energy levels did that Like I said I also think. Sleep and stress. Really come into play here and I was taking a very Uh Specific Group of settlements. This is extremely individualized. I will tell you what I took is not prescriptive. Please don't just take this work with someone like steady. Md to find out what you specifically need but for me at this point. I was taking WBZ thyroid medication I ended up meeting to take. Hcl HCL with any meals that contain protein. Because I found out I had low stomach acid during that time so I took. Hcl anytime. And I still take it in smaller. Amounts I have weaned down as my stomach. Acid has naturally improved. I took probiotics. Why take just thrive? I'll linked to that in the show notes along with the discount. That's the one I. Now take its spore based so it's dairy free. It's begin it's autoimmune. Safe and it reaches the small intestine it has a higher survivability and you can also open the capsules and Udon Bake with them put them in a smoothie etc to give them to kids because they can survive temperature. I made sure to get enough mega threes through things like salmon. I and then vitamin D is a big one here as well. There's a lot of research Dr Christianson test me for this almost immediately my vitamin D levels. Because there's a strong correlation with low vitamin D and a lot of health problems including including autoimmune disease. So I it's something. I test also tested my family. My kids and make sure that our vitamin D levels are not just in safe ranges optimized so actually keep mine about eighty when I first tested it with seventeen so it was well below even the conventional low level of Vitamin D. And I think that probably also made a huge difference because while we call it a vitamin vitamin D is actually a pre hormone. So if you don't have enough vitamin D all of your hormones can be off. Magnesium was also big for me and I used both transdermal magnesium oil and took magnesium supplements and I still do Magpies Artigas to supplement. I take and I use magnesium oil a recipe for that on the blog. I'll make sure those are linked as well. I also took a mature protein and amino acids from things like bone broth and I took a lot of vitamin C. Zinc and selenium are also important. And like I said those are one you want to consume. Only the right amount. So you don't want to just take a ton more is not better But I'm willing to take again. I would recommend working with someone like steady. Md or functional medicine. Doctor Study to really know what you're doing before you start taking those certainly before taking vitamin D because you can't get too much item indeed. I also took US Oakland called L tyrosine again. Not WanNa just start taking just because but those were all things that were helpful to me again. I will link to more detail about all those things. But these were all factors. That for me Seem to make a difference over time. I also avoid very carefully Fluoride chlorine. I have found that. Both of those are triggers for me. It's very hard to get my levels better if I'm exposed to those. I don't think that's necessarily the same for everyone but we have a whole house filter on our house. That makes sure that I'm not exposed to those. And there's not fluoride in our water where I live anyway but I didn't care how waterboarding both of those so long roundabout way of saying I used a whole lot of different actors and had to consistently stick with them for a period of years to start seeing changes. There was I felt an immediate difference in my energy levels in my sleep when I started implementing these things and that was really encouraging and also it felt so good just to not feel so bad but really seeing the full recovery and now being in remission and having my labs reflect that took a very long time so I will say like based on my experience this is a marathon not a sprint not recommend long-term Cardio It's but it's a marathon stick with it. Build the habits that let you stick with it and track so that you can see if what you're doing is having a positive effect. I don't know that it would be the same for everyone but for me. I had to get all of these things right before I was able to see the weight loss before my hair combat normally before I had all the unlimited energy in it was slow process and it also required shifting my mindset like I talked about an episode three. Oh nine from fighting my body to supporting my body because I had Richard. I was so mad at my body. I felt like it had betrayed me and I realized it had protected me and it was keeping me safe and it was keeping me my baby safe while I was pregnant with them But I needed to be more supportive of my body. So those are the things that I did I am now clinically intermission. All of my thyroid levels tests normal. I don't need to take medication. I do still take supplements and I do still follow a lot of these things that I talked about and at home. I eat probably still very close to that. Autoimmune Diet when we're home but if we're out somewhere or event..

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"dr terry walls" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

03:50 min | 10 months ago

"dr terry walls" Discussed on Love Your Work

"Of day you're most creative then then you should take advantage of it if there's a particular day in your week where you have the most energy for creative work then. You shouldn't schedule meetings on those days for example so this kind of thinking team works on a daily basis and it works on a weekly basis but it also works on a seasonal basis and this time of year is an especially good opportunity to take time off for a few reasons. One people aren't working as much in general describes a nice window of opportunity to be less distracted. There's generally less activity on twitter and facebook and fewer distractions like that means. I can have more mental energy leftover for higher level thinking to we tend to be less self centered around this time of year and I think this is a good thing we spend more time with family and something about that is very grounding so this time off always has me looking at work differently by the beginning of the New Year. And I don't want to distract myself from that change in perspective because I find it really valuable three. The New Year is a great wave to the ride now. I'm not in a partying on New Year's Eve. In fact I think is probably the worst night of the whole year to have a good time but I'm a big Fan of reevaluating evaluating my direction developing a plan and doing my best to follow through with that plan and the fact that there's a collective energy around that from everyone else and from people generally working less as well makes the new year in opportunity that I never wanNA miss a wave that I always want to catch so it's become somewhat of a tradition Russian for me taking some time off this time of year not necessarily to not work at all but to step back from explicitly goal oriented work and to evaluate the goals themselves and I find it really valuable just as an example for this past year every few years some friends of mine and I will get together for a week in some tropical location sometime around early December and we spend that whole week being very intentional about our directions in life and we share. We're struggling with we talk it through and we emerged with new directions now last year around this time we had one of those trips and I came out of it with a couple of conclusions. One I wanted to double down on being a creator. I wanted to spend as much effort. It could be the best writer and the best podcast. Her and the best thinker that I could be and to. I wanted to finally move to Colombia after holding back on it for a couple of years and I've done both of those things and it's been great. My creative output is absolutely skyrocketing things are happening with the podcast and with my writing and I couldn't be happier living in Columbia. Yeah so making the decision to make those things. A priority took a lot of deliberate consideration. And this is the time of year to do that kind of thinking now. I don't expect the changes to be tectonic. This year as they were this last year I generally feel like I'm going the right direction but I do want to take some some time to digest everything we've accomplished with this show over the last year and reevaluate things. So we've had some amazing guests. We've had Jason Freed Laura Roader Ryan Holiday James Alta Church. Sure Dana Steve Case Dr Terry walls and a bunch more and I want to reevaluate the messages that are mixed into those conversations. Because there's the messages that I originally wanted uncover when I first had the conversations and then there's what actually happened in those conversations and there's all sorts of little details in there that I want to review and make sure that I'm not missing so I've already started re listening to all of the interviews and some ways. It's a lot like hearing them for the first time because because I've learned so much over the past year that when I hear some of those early conversations like Jason Freedom Episode Waterside on Episode Four. I'm starting to catch all these little details details and themes that I didn't catch the first time around so I'm going to be digging into those details and themes and I'll be thinking about the direction of the show and.

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"dr terry walls" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

09:49 min | 1 year ago

"dr terry walls" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

"<unk> horse her early twenties broke her neck and was paralyzed from the waist down four or you know for twenty five years and so she made a little bit of progress in the first year or or to regain ball and bladder control to grade but never had regained the use of her legs or sensation in her legs and so for about twenty five years she was living thing life without the legs had adapted had a great life very wonderful person productive member of society you just just great all around the again without the use of her legs and so we started working with her and it was interesting because we did that scanning process with her taping process and we actually found a couple of spots where we could get little glimpses of sensation even after twenty five years when everyone had written her off and said there's nothing anyone can do for you. At this time. It's been far too long and you know seeing that made us optimistic that maybe there was a way we could help so we started working together other within the first few weeks she started getting sensation back being able to sense hot and cold for the first time in twenty five years being able to sweat in her lower body some of that autonomic ner underlying lying neurological function coming back. I then started seeing some movements. I mean herb pretty early on some twitching of the toes a little bit of ability to raise the leg a little bit of hip fluctuation coming back and then fast forward at the end of year one to able to stand and take a couple of steps with hand support and then at the end of your to she's able to walk with a walker and it was just been a really amazing amazing experience seeing her working hard and diligently and actually seeing some return on that investment of time and energy and she now is able to to walk with a walker she still spends a lot of time in a wheelchair by to regain the level of function that she hasn't still be making progress is amazing. We have a little video a few minutes. It's of her sharing her story that that we can certainly linked to and make that available and after people started to take note of her story we have had more people with neurological challenges. Come and see us more spinal cord injury or or patients with brain injury. More people with neuropathy certainly more people with m._s. I've done some work with dr terry walls she but she has she been on your show. She has she's phenomenal. Yes you on one of my. I absolute favorite people so she as as you know is just true thought leader in in functional medicine overall and specifically in the more a holistic treatment of m._s. and she does phenomenal work to help people stop the underlying progression of the disease and then once that's in place of course you want to work on rebuilding functions that we've worked with now dozens of patients that have heard about us through her many here in austin and you are also our community of practitioners around the country and we've seen some really profound resolve seen seen several people restore function some get out of wheelchairs also some able to return to activities of daily living reduced pain improve. Their sleep improved their strength so we've seen you know some some. I'm have had profound transformations. Some have made mild to medium progress but almost everyone has at least made some progress and it's been a really cool to see some of those transformations particularly that have that have come out of the <hes> the m._s. patients who are using this around the country. Wow that's astounding yeah. I i love dr walls and i love the work she's doing. I know a lot of people who have even <hes> used her protocol for. Just things like autoimmune disease and i know she's writing more about that but yeah you're right. She's the thought leader definitely an inspiration. I love that you are able to help some of our people as well because she's just doing such amazing work incredible absolute. She's she's all gosh real true inspiration and she just lives her mission. I mean she is practicing what she preaches and she's awesome. Yeah absolutely <hes> and i know from talking to before another big demographic for you. Guys are professional athletes are high level athletes and my friend ben greenfield uses your vice all the time and he still competitive athlete. How are you seeing athletes. Use the device so that is definitely a demographic that that appreciates this device you know athletes are whether professional recreational athletes have the mindset of being able to push themselves through a little bit of temporary discomfort to achieve a long-term result the kind of delayed gratification mindset and so- athletes who really do want to put in the work to achieve a result are drawn to for this technology because they can go through a few sessions and they can recover much much faster than they would with with more traditional methods so we've seen athletes using using this whole system the device and the progressions of exercises in the different assessments. We've seen them recover everything from sprained ankles that happening high school football huge here in texas and every season we'll have a few few high school football players abbas sprained ankle and it's supposed to be out for four weeks peaks at least and they come in and see us and they do a couple of sessions each day and the other games on a friday night and they're back practice tuesday or wednesday of that next week they missed three or four days as instead of four weeks and they're fired up because they thought they were gonna have to miss three games and all of a sudden they're out there playing next week so the acute injuries that normally would take a long time to heal those are a big opportunity to to make improvements to the healing process because the reason that takes along the he'll most of the time is that it's kind of funny the body gets in its own way in some sense because the body and it makes sense you know if if someone has his ankle sprain all the muscles around that ankle contract and protect and guard that area thinking that will oh my gosh. This tissue gets attacked again. You know we want that'd be locked down to to protect it and is productive if someone was trying to hit that ankle or attack but it's counterproductive for efficient movement and counterproductive for healing and part of the reason for that is that the excessive tension literally just blocks the flow of blood. You can't get the nutrients in the raw materials there to heal and so of course you're not going to the heels uh-huh as quickly and by restoring more normal tone optimal function of those muscles and breaking through those guarding and guarding protective reflexes were able to to get get rid of those impediments that are blocking and slowing down the healing process and allow the body to do its thing and the amazing thing is that the body has such massive capability of healing has so much potential to adopt and grow change improve that when we get those impediments out of the way the healing happened so quickly quickly that it almost seems miraculous and it's you know it's still the same healing process the body s._e._o. Through the same biology the same rules still apply just by getting out of the way those those impediments are those hurdles. It's able to happen so much more quickly so definitely the acute injury piece <hes> also the same same same logic same line of thought applies after surgery. You know there's there's even more significantly even more significantly those guarding protective have reflexes happen after the trauma of surgery let alone the original the original injuries bad but the trauma surgery being cut into and sewn together and the trauma their causes houses these massive guarding and protective reflexes me able to work through those quickly accelerates healing process significantly just cannot weeks or months off the recovery a lotta a lotta times so that definitely that recovery peace the rehabilitation piece and then similarly to a lesser lesser degree in in terms of what's happening in the body but similar thing applies recovering after games and practices and workouts where when the bodies fatigued and and muscles can be short more tense applying this signal and going through some of these same processes can help increase blood flow reset the tone of muscles calls increased heart rate variability like you mentioned to get the body in a state where it can recover as quickly and efficiently as possible. That's a big one <hes> and then we have several athletes that liked to use it for training particularly in season because while anytime in or out of season they can use it before you know working out or doing metrics or before any anything that that they need to have their muscles firing optimally so a few minutes on the machine can help reset the neurological firing patterns and then during a workout you can have it on and and without having to lift heavy weights and load up the joints and have the risks of injury associated with that you can still get the benefits of heavy lifting still get as much muscle recruitment and do it for more apps more safely with higher quality of movement and get more done in less time and with lower risk so you can get fifteen or twenty minute workout on the machine. We've had professional bodybuilders who normally do three hour sessions for their legs for example normally literally being the gym for three hours. They'll do fifteen minutes on the machine of their leg workout and they're just breathing heavy and san mana. I'm guessing i can't do anymore and it just intensifies densify that works best that re education component teaching the body to engage more muscle at the same time <hes> allows people get a lot more about more bang for the boxes definitely a range all the way raced through early stage rehab to training and an elite performance. This.

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"dr terry walls" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"dr terry walls" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"State such as during a long hunt that there was little kitone throughput in there was instead an ability to create glucose through alternate means such as say like muscle breakdown or something like that my understanding is it is not that they couldn't ever enter Ketosis? It just wasn't a chronic state that they experienced okay yeah so chronic strict long-term Kito service as many people are attempting to do and have adopted from you know research originally meant to monitor things like epilepsy and seizures people now doing that as a as a fad fat loss diet. That's not something we see reflected in indigenous practices nowhere in the world and I want to stress that nowhere in the world was this diet that that is being practiced today observed and this is not to say that this diet <hes> doesn't have merit. You've you've demonstrate. You're just discussed several of them and I have friends who have done amazing work regarding type two diabetes a in fact even type one diabetes by restricting carbohydrates but they have a chronic health issue that demands it because the health issue is really important at to their health and in other words they've had to eliminate the value the immense value of plants in their diet or I should say a diverse and large amount of plant foods in their diet because they have a chronic commit condition that demands it <hes> yeah so the so the therapeutic importance of say a Ketogenic Diet might be more relevant now that we are in a post industrialized setting in which there is the need to do things like restabilize pancreatic attic function by limiting consumption of carbohydrates or <hes> or restore <hes> an imbalance gut flora due to over fermentation on you know <hes> on sweet and sugary starches by instead cutting off those starches for for some period of time but if we assume that many of these modern chronic diseases were not as prevalent in indigenous cultures you know the adoption of a ketogenic diet for medical management would have been far less necessary and and even a state that was that was not as as natural been agreed completely been and for those people that have Healthy Immune function have healthy glucose metabolism have healthy intestinal function leaping onto a very low carbohydrate diet and missing out on the value of all of the chemistry and sweets vitamins that we get from plant foods. I believe to be a potential mistake depending on the situation that people find themselves in an and granted there are some very good versions such as Dr Steven Gunnery Dr Terry Walls have written books that outline a plant rich ketogenic diet that if I think one were adopting Ketosis to manage some type of medical condition like diabetes or or epilepsy or M._S. would be the more prudent way to go versus. Say just like you know sticks of butter in oodles of coconut oil well. There are also proponents of Carnivore Diet. <hes> and you know I think we could say the same thing about the carnivore diet from an auto immune standpoint if you look at like a well-structured nose to tail Carnivore Diet that eliminates a lot of common <hes> irritants such as gluten or electons that there may be a case that could be made for that as a way to help heal the body in the same way that Kito Sis might but then there are others who will take the next level like a a recent guest of Mine Dr Paul Saleh Valla Dino has argued that not only is a properly structured nose to tail carnivore diet excellent for managing autoimmune conditions and because he's trained in psychiatry many mental gut brain issues but he goes on to argue that hormetic plants stressors are actually damaging to the body and in the presence of other autophagy mechanisms like fasting or cold or heat or exercise for example <hes> probably not even necessary in the Diet at all

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"dr terry walls" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"dr terry walls" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Six nine two zero nine four five five. And we're talking about all the reasons you showed in shouldn't try the Kito diet. So the basic principles of the Keita diet are simple enough eat like eat more fat, like meat and nuts and very few carbohydrates. But the science behind it is actually pretty complex eating this way, lead your body to go into a state Akito SIS, which makes you burn fat instead of carbohydrates, like I said before the break, that's not totally the whole just of that. What it does it makes you break down protein protein, remember, the more most of you have the fast metabolism is so you don't want to be doing that. But anyway, this is one of the reasons, the diet is often praised as a weight loss solution, however losing weight isn't the only reason people try Kito at the same time. Just because you may want to lose some pounds that doesn't mean Kito is necessarily the right fit for you. As you'll see below. There are varying opinions on the benefits and downsides of Kito. And this article is absolutely no substitute for medical advice, readers should always consider consulting should always consult a doctor before drastically altering their eating habits. But if you're curious about why some specialists suggest are don't suggest the Kito diet. Here are some of the main reasons reasons you should try Kito, if you have epilepsy that Kito genyk diet has been successfully used in the treatment, of patients with epilepsy, both children and adults for nearly a century said Dr Tanya J McDonald's of Hopkins University school of medicine and fact that diet started as a medical therapy to treat epilepsy. Doctor McDonald's said physicians think it has an impact on seizures, because it impacts things like metabolic regulation. Neuro transmission transmission. Oxidative stress and. Flammarion and genome expression. If you have a progressive neurological, disorder, Dr Terry walls noted that in some cases, a low carbohydrate diet, such as Kito can ease symptoms of progressive neurological disorders, including multiple sclerosis, and Parkinson's by helping with fatigue, cognitive decline and loss of brain volume. She noted that one small pilot study showed that the Kito diet improve the quality of life for patients with relapsing remitting MS symptoms. Okay. Now, the reason you'd like the food, that's part of the keto diet, if any foods high in fat, and low and carbohydrate like avocado sake olive oil, sounds good, Hugh. Then Kito may be a great fit said, Pam Beatty, registered dietitian in Kito expert, with nutrition product, manufacturer Abbott, because, as you noted one of the most important aspects of trying to die is whether or not, it's something you will. Actually stick to long-term so review the loud foods and see if it's something you'd be into another reason would because you have poly, cystic ovarian syndrome licensed nutritionist and director of education for designs for health health, Jason boys. Lee Smith told HD about a small pilot study at the Cleveland Clinic that use Kito to help women with irregular periods and P C O S, a group of women who all had irregular periods started starting the diet tried Kito for six months, besides losing weight. Each participant resumed regular periods and reduce S symptoms within a month, two months, you have a history of obesity. One of the biggest reported benefits of the Kito diet is weight loss. So your body is burning fat that carves internal medicine physician. Dr Kyle Varner said the standard American diet over the past decade has seen an. Astronomical increase and refined carbohydrate and sugars being consumed. Yeah. I think I've been saying that for a long time, and that can lead to increase body, fat, the Kito diet, mimics, how we believe our ancient ancestors, ate, high fat, low carb, and it's proven to help with weight loss. Sometimes very dramatically. If you have type two diabetes Holly, berry has claimed I didn't know she had diabetes Holly berry has claimed that the Kito diet has helped her diabetes. And there are some science to back this up the C E O of perfect hito..

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"dr terry walls" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"dr terry walls" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Digestive system is nowhere near what a silverback gorillas and you could do anyone out there who's listening to this right now. Can do a quick Google search it doesn't take very long to know that their colons or wider and way longer. So they can firm it the same way a room and conferment in their three and four stomachs. They confirm it, those that vegetation and turn it into what they need to turn it into. We cannot do that. So to say that we're the same as a nape is absolutely wrong. It now if you will look at a monkey lot of monkeys will eat meat we're just as close to a monkey as we are to civil back grill. So I can make the article. The other direction. But that would be disingenuous also kind of, he's kind of saying, how do they get so muscular eating eating plants because their system can take plants and turned it into needs to turn it into the one thing he was right about is in this country. We get obsessed with protein, we think people, which protein powder, should I take none? You don't need extra protein, we get all the protein, we need from fish from eggs from red meat, and some from vegetation. But it's not a complete protein, that's that's kind of the problem here. You cannot live on a vegan diet long-term now he brought up a point. And this is again. You know, disingenuous for Dr do this. He talked about well, I used to eat meat and I wasn't feeling good. And then I noticed a buddy of mine had some disease and he had this season. He all the sudden he started eating a vegan diet and the disease went away. Well, that's what they in science. They call in one N equals one experiment. You can't take what happened to one person and say, okay, well, this is what we do for everyone. And if you wanna do that, I can take Dr Terry wall who started the walls, protocoal, who was literally a wheelchair and couldn't get up. And now she's riding mountain bikes again from eating meat in vegetables. I could take Dr Anne children's who was losing her teeth in her hair and everything else because she kept doubling and tripling down on veganism and then one, they had a piece of meat and wait a minute and turn to life around. I do same thing with Lear. Keith I can go down the list of 'em one experiments. But that doesn't do anything. Cept throw it to the other side. There's an actual universal truth. And when you want to come in and say a doctor and this is the way it is. And I had a friend, it, it's not right. Well, I thought that I haven't thought of before, but if you think about somebody who turns their life over to veganism. So you go. Okay. I'm going in brace this. You don't embrace that in a vacuum that comes along with meditation and yoga and trophy wife, and like a new some sort of a holy life approach. Right, right. So you go..

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"dr terry walls" Discussed on The Minimalists Podcast

The Minimalists Podcast

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"dr terry walls" Discussed on The Minimalists Podcast

"Medicine. Doctors, and I no longer spend any money on healthcare, which I exhausted in ten years two and a half million dollars in liquid assets listening to western medicine. So the fact that my healthcare today Isiro other than insurance premiums, and I do get blood work fecal urine and saliva study. So I do pay whatever insurance doesn't cover for those. But that's just to monitor my body. My gut health, you know, my inflammation markers all of those things. I have multiple sclerosis. Epstein barr. She motives lime disease. Moma goodness. So we did a podcast up. So with with two of my doctors one, doctor, Dr Tommy woods. And then Chris Kelly who run a company called nourish balance thrive, and they take an integrative medicine approach of what you're talking about. Here you for the best of both worlds. So they'll still look at obviously, it's really important to look at studies, and we're not rubbing crystals against me, nor to heal my gut. But but at the same time, we're we're we're looking at what are alternatives antibiotics, right? Because ultimately go that route. And there's nothing wrong with just like there's nothing wrong with with vaccines. Right. We're not anti vaccine, I vaccinate Ella mixture. She's vaccinated. So. My five year old late. Yeah. We make sure that she has her vaccines. But at the same time it's about being cautious about what we're putting into our body. And what other people are telling us to put into our body. So you went through quite a journey and two thousand eleven you started turning some things around you change, your diet, you run a website. Now. Can you talk a little bit about that? Yeah. When when I started my healing journey of getting conscious, my talion family and friends relate what you're gonna, you know, no, one was really very supportive. So I went to social media actually had some friends one day. They're like required. Regina tired of talking about all this on just like go to social media, and you really Bossi's. So you should just be like paleo boss lady. So I was like, okay. So I went to social media eating paleo lifestyle at that time, which for anyone that doesn't know that's basically fruits vegetables and protein. We don't eat gluten grains, refined sugar dairy, and I started paleo lifestyle and. You you talk about hope the paleo lifestyle was helping me. And then I happen to see Ted ex you guys did attacks. I did attacks. We know how powerful and amazing. Those are this was done by Dr Terry walls, and it was the day it came on YouTube, and at that time, I could only use my voice to activate to computer screaming at the computer because I was not feeling well from MS, and I was like diet lifestyle MS, and of a sudden this tax came up with Dr Terry walls, and she's like here's may until reclining wheelchair from MS. And here she's standing on the stage. And that was the I hope because I've always been a fighter, and I was not gonna stop fighting. But now I had someone saying I went from a wheelchair to standing, and I not only stopped when MS was doing to my body. But I've reversed what a mess was doing. So I immediately started doing exactly what she said and to date. I am potentially like one of the most he'll even more than Dr walls and nights not. In a negative way. But I don't take any drugs, and she's still shouldn't take any disease modifying drugs. But there are maintenance drugs that she takes to support hurt. I take nothing fascinated here is the thing that gave you hope as you saw a template, you soul the possibility..

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"dr terry walls" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"dr terry walls" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"So those are some real your body paleo specific carbohydrate, gaps diet the detox diet by Thomas row or John yard or the elemental diet. Okay. So you've clean things up tested. You understand biochemical individuality? Now. You want expand things a little bit. So you follow these cleanup diet you've cleanse your liver? You've cleaned your gut. Now, you wanna move into something that is clean. That is easy to digest primarily consists of real whole food, and that allied eat a wide variety of foods to have got a three options that I like one is the walls protocol by Dr Terry walls. It's like a she has one that's like a like, a low, carb Kito genyk version as of version of her diet that I actually like because it's very rich and plants. Kinda paleo ask I'm not paleo tell you what I a little bit. But for people who are trying to keeping super clean on the walls protocol, eat a lot of meat and fish and vegetables, especially green leafy ones brightly colored fruit like berries, some fats from animal and plant sources, but it's really skewed towards mega three fatty acids, and you don't do much dairy, eggs, grains, leggings Nightshade your sugar. A lot of people feel really good on the walls protocol was originally developed to help her manage MS. But, but I've had a lot of people followed that or combined that again, you can mix and match with these other diets that I'm gonna describe to you one other that I like is Steven Guthrie's plant paradox diet that eliminates all dietary lecterns which are natural plant based defensive protein that can cause gastric distress. And a lot of people found foods like green beans, lentils at Amami and you limit sugar significantly curb your intake high mount of mega six fats, and it starts off with like this three day cleanse. So there's kind of cleanse phase in there as well. Now, I like that that diet, particularly if you want to eat a wide variety of plants and vegetables, but your gut doesn't seem to do. Well, with those giant green smoothies, and you know, green beans and legs and things like that. So the best book to go along with that as the plant paradox diet. He's another guy that I've interviewed and all linked to that one in the show notes, and then the last kind of somewhat restrictors strict of, but but relatively broad diet is just a basic lower carbohydrate lower sugar version of a Mediterranean diets plant and a mega three fatty acid rich diets prevalent, many longevity hotspots and blues owns, and you know, we see a lot of these hunter gatherer and healthy on central populations limitations of sugar and high intake of starches in many cases, but also high intake of plants Kito genyk Mediterranean diet or lower carbohydrate, Mediterranean diet. That's another option. Now, I realize I've said low carbohydrate Kito genyk over and over again now. That's not necessarily because I think that everyone should be on Akito genyk diet per se. The way that modern modern nutrition industry has defined key junked out of the lease supplements and all these saturated fats, but I do think everyone should be very cognizant of glycemic variability limitation of frequent fluctuations in blood glucose, and in many cases being cogs in the amount of carbohydrates that we can be useful. If you're sub Saharan African or yourself, East, Asian or tested, your gene of good copies of the AM y one gene you can expand out, and you could include especially with like dinner another case, if you're an athlete, you know, more starches more tubers terro sweet potato Yam, chemo amaranth millet ferment. It sour dough bread. It's cetera. But even that's just once a day. And I even my clients we're eating carbohydrates athletes and folks have that Amway one, gene, they're doing most of it dinner. So it's a low carb the entire day, and then including carbs, you know, modifying. Some of these diets include almost like a car briefy for dinner. So I have. I have athletes ironman athletes, who I work with marathoners will follow the walls protocol, low Carver Zheng or Steven countries. Kito vers of his plant paradox diet or a low carb Mediterranean diet. And then they just do car breeds in the evening. So those are some intermediate options so next we get to advanced options. And this is where you fix your gut. Your blood glucose in your inflammation, or under control your body ways, where you want to be you've achieved full body while nece now, you just want.

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"dr terry walls" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

FoundMyFitness

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"dr terry walls" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

"With improving insulin sensitivity, and he goes and fast in glucose levels and then you're anyone see down. Yeah, all those things are getting on a plant based. And by the way, you probably know that Dr Terry walls. Published a lot and actually has done a lot of studies now on using a similar sort of approach for multiple sclerosis and has seen excellent results including in herself with taking this sort of an approach. So again, looking at the drivers and looking at what, what are we actually responding to an? Are we having more of an auto immune response? Like with them ask or we having more of a innate immune system response with Alzheimer's, these are critical for dealing with these complex. You get marker for markers for gut health because you're absolutely. I mean, gut health is one of the most common things flam toy markers, or you know, is there like an actual marker for gut health more to, right? Oh, yeah. So there are a couple of ways to go. There's a, you know, Genova test doctors, data test their different tests that are like stool analysis sort of thing. But you can also do Cyrus for example. So Cyrus array to. Cyrus has a whole set of different markers for different antibodies. So if you have a leaky gut, you're often going to respond to things like l. p. s. coming from your gut, then there's a Cyrus array three that looks at various of the domains of gluten in gladden. And so you can look at that and then there are various auto antibodies, etc. So, yeah, these are very helpful to spell. Yeah, it's why r e x is the company that developed these excellent nap. And you heard of that one for the diagnostics. Is that the metabolic metabolism test or is there there's a, there's a, there's a gut health last option guy affects and then so yeah. So in Dr Aristo Vos Donnie. He was the one who developed these various essays for Cyrus that are not now being used by the Cyrus company and that knowledge. And that's what they lable. Yeah. Excellent. I'll definitely check those out. So the reality is it's an era in which just like you gonna take an Uber, for example, you don't necessarily have to call a taxi anymore. In this era, we could actually get a lot more data. You know, the quantified self is becoming more and more popular and more and more common, and it's something to some.

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"dr terry walls" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"dr terry walls" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Quite a bit like when people ask and what's a good version of a ketogenic diet la times of telling me a stealing gun dri and is plant paradox book he's got to get version of it dr terry walls in in her book uh the walls protocol also has a really good version of and the reason for that is because they've they both encourage a lot of vegetable consumption and just in the case of steven it's vegetable consumption that requires like you know pressure cookers and fermentation a lot of these things at degrades electons or just the worrying leptin rich foods but they ultimately i'm a fan of the book and i actually want to talk to you about one food that i've seen you write about is bini super food and that some that cbd dude why why do you why do you call cbd a superfood i never thought of it as a food meaning i call it canadair by car with areawide yeah rent in canada and has now and get it connotation because it will develop high by the powersthatbe nestle unite people in the cotton industry and the paper industry and the troll em bend history uh it was just it had been usbacked lee for ten thousand years or if you look at history out it uh i look kicked cannabis as a plant that guy i've created or yeah he created or maybe it wherever people's you know whether evolution or she creationist is probably either career we've got started the whole evolutionary crossed whatever i i don't want to get into that conversation right now but that's how people start shooting arrows at you uh guy this plasco evolved with humans and that's uh so we've got a lot of ben official affect the the fact that people have gotten high office his really where the vilification came from and back in the thirties they used racism as a way to sell the whole.

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"dr terry walls" Discussed on The Nutrition Heretic

The Nutrition Heretic

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"dr terry walls" Discussed on The Nutrition Heretic

"Eu tricia today facebook live q in day all right and we're alive and welcome to the nutrition heretic facebook live i am sorry everybody i totally stood up for dr terry walls she's our special guest for this week and you may remember her about a year ago you are i didn't even realize it was about a year ago when we last spoke although i think you're you're episode released later the matt but yeah it was about a year ago that we last spoke at you um you look fabulous think your story tell tell everybody your story for those of who i don't remember ord don't know at all so i didn't control medicine duck professor of medicine and i thought you know complementary alternative medicine was the budget who allowed a wasted money and resources and a skeptical then i'm diagnosed with multiple sclerosis be an academic document a treat my disease very aggressively in so i used to be the best people in the country the cleveland clinic take the newest drugs instill within three years my disease had transition there need a tillich line wheelchair i'm taking he will therapy still going downhill than i take that new very exciting drug on that's by logic drug on site zavarei katiti go downhill on taken off that i put on a different diseasemodifying drugs stand at mainly clear that the best medicine has to offer is not stopping the slide into a bedouin and quite possibly demented live announce might again on reading the science the basic science and begin experiments you'd myself at first with vitamin supplements i us which drew a paleo diet after being vegetarian who twenty years on it and eyes slow the speed of my decline on but i was not getting better i did figure out that by miss my vitamin supplements i could not functional can get out a ban on air.

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