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"e r md" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

07:30 min | Last week

"e r md" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"For reducing risk of breast cancer, especially if you start to eat soy products, young in life. So for young girls, teenagers, young women, there is some evidence to show that if you have soy products in childhood and adolescence, it's much more likely to reduce your risk of breast cancer later in life. But if you're a dude or a mate and you get on the soy early, you become a soy boy and develop man boobs. Well, you probably more like to develop man boobs if you drink actual cow's milk if you think about it because that's a bioequivalent estrogen. But in actual fact, there is data to show that soy can potentially reduce the risk of prostate cancer. So you don't need to worry too much about Zoe. Or in fact, you don't need to wear a tool about sorry. Is there a difference between soy or tofu versus like tempeh or a fermented soy? Like I've always understood that a fermented version is better. Yeah, I think there are different qualities. I suppose. Interestingly, soy products have been shown to be beneficial for flushes sort of period flushes, vasomotor symptoms in women. So yeah, but in Japanese populations, they don't really have the same amount of flushing and it's thought to be because they have a lot of fermented soy products. So miso and tempeh and edamame beans and not that that's fermented, but it's a more natural form of soy. Yeah. But yeah, I think if you go for minimally processed sort of tofu, tempeh, edamame, beans, miso soup, that kind of thing. Are you going to have perhaps even better benefits, but yeah. What about natto? Have you had natto? I've not had it, but I've heard it's disgusting. I've heard that as well. It's a top the list though of like the most nutritious fermented soy product. It's an acquired taste that they enjoy in Japan, but is not necessarily readily available in the west. No, I mean, yeah, maybe I'll try it one day, but I haven't tried it yet. It's sort of the soy version of dirt of durian. But actually, doing is delicious. But it's an acquired taste. I mean, durians hardcore thing. Yeah. I mean, the people that love it really love it. Yeah. It smells quite strong, though, doesn't it? For sure, for sure. But I actually wanted to say before we get off the topic that interestingly, going back to the gut health MD and his passion for the gut microbiome, the effect of soy on flushes and things like that can be affected by our microbiome or Easter Boulogne. So some people unless we have the gut bugs to sort of process the genistein from the isoflavone in soy, we may not necessarily get the same flushing benefits, which is why it's great then to have an overall plant rich diet because what you're doing there is you're promoting the kind of gut bugs which would then hopefully be able to metabolize the components of soy that benefit us in terms of vasomotor flushing. Right, so if you have some form of dysbiosis, that could be a causal factor in a dysregulated dysregulated hormonal state and also a dysregulated period, right? Or some kind of period issue. Yeah, potentially. So yeah, I'd say the bottom line is that plants are always good in terms of hormone regulation. And they can help to foster the microbiome that could potentially then also use other parts of plants to then benefit us. How do you think about when you're advocating a plant based lifestyle? How do you think about the difference between a plant exclusive diet versus a plant predominant diet? As somebody who's seeing a lot of patients and for many, I suspect this is like a new idea. How do you communicate around that and what is your kind of general position on that? Yeah, my general position is I just want people to eat more plants. And I don't tell my patients to go vegan because I think we do have a lot of data that you can have a very healthy plant rich diet without necessarily growing a 100% vegan. I am somebody that identifies as vegan, but it's not something that I would say my patients have to do. I think that for what I've seen, the more plants the better. And we see that in the data as well, more plants we eat the better. So it doesn't have to be plant exclusive. But plant predominant is definitely important for overall health. And you mentioned sort of low hanging fruit earlier. That's kind of how I feel about it right now. Only 8% of what most of people in the western world eat is fruits and veggies. It's more than 50% processed foods. So if I can get people more on those fresh whole plant foods and less on the processed foods, then that's a win. So yeah, that's how I tend to advocate for it at work with my patients. Because not everybody is going to feel a 100% ready to just dive in. So yeah. Have you had any patients come to you who are on the carnivore diet? I haven't. No. I don't think the UK is quite a thing here in the states. I know it's a big thing here. And it's getting more popular in the UK, but you know what? If I'm honest, I've only really seen it in online and in wellness circles rather than in my actual patients. I think instinctively in most people feel that having a meat exclusive diet could cause long-term issues. So how dare you? I'm sorry to say. No, but I think yeah, it's not been something that I've actually experienced in my patients, but it's a tough one because in my practice I never like to say to people that they're doing something that's wrong because we all have different paths to health. Having said that, it's really hard because people sometimes feel great on a carnival diet to start with, you know, they may have got rid of a lot of health issues that they were having in the past. And for me, I think that probably comes down to a fairly strict exclusion diet. You could basically taking everything out. Which is fine for short term, but it's not really something that you could consider long-term health. Yeah, that argument gets used against the plant based diet as well. Like, oh, you feel better when you went plant based because you just got off all the processed foods. But it's not sustainable and over time you're going to be nutrient, mineral and vitamin deficient. Yeah, it's a shame that people say that about plant based diets because the way the way I see it based on the research is that the plant based diet is abundant in nutrients. As long as you're choosing a large variety of fruits, veggies, whole grains, beans, nuts, seeds, tofu, tempeh, all of those incredible ingredients. You're going to get everything that you need. Except the B 12. But again, I think the health benefits that I've seen in my patients in the short term and the long term and what we see in the data as well show us that a plant rich and even a plant exclusive diet is brilliantly healthy. What about the argument? I'm sure you've seen this at least online that plants are toxic that they have toxins that they've developed as natural defense mechanisms and that makes them intolerable to the human body. Have you heard that one? I've heard that one online again, not with my patients..

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"e r md" Discussed on The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast

The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast

05:24 min | 2 months ago

"e r md" Discussed on The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast

"I'm not going to let you sleep over the whole educational path. Yeah. So tell us, what does that look like? Because not everybody realizes how much time, so how does it start? So you were the one country you graduate and you go off to college. Tell us about that. So I went to college at Harvard, university just outside of Boston. And majored in honors neurobiology and minored in romance languages and literatures. And had a really great time in college. It was hard. It was a lot, a lot of work. But it was also a lot of fun. It made a lot of lifelong friends and it was really a great experience. And also being here my whole life and going to the east coast, which was a really different experience, but I loved it. I love San Diego Moore, but it was a good experience. Then I came back just under California. And went to medical school at USC, University of Southern California, and Los Angeles. So that was four years of just general medical training. And then went on to do 5 years of residency in otolaryngology, had an ex surgery also at USD, it was likely to be able to stay there. Which was a really great training program, got so much experience thinking back on it. I don't know how I had the stamina to do all those work hours. I don't know if I could do it again now, but yeah, it was a really great experience, learned a lot. And then went on to do facial plastic and reconstructive surgery fellowship, which was an additional year of subspecialty training, and that was with my fellowship director, doctor Jonathan Sykes, who is a world renowned facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon, professor emeritus at UC Davis, and a past president of the American academy of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery. And during that year, I was all facial plastic surgery, and we split our time between Sacramento and Beverly Hills where his two practices are located. Interesting. What would you say you want listeners to take away from listening to this podcast? I hope listeners get to know me as a surgeon and as a person and see how passionate I am about facial plastic surgery and helping my patients achieve their goals and know that I'm just here for them. That's nice. So tell us about when you're not being a physician. But you like to do outside of the office. Well, one of my favorite things to do is cooking and baking. There's actually a lot of parallels I realized between cooking and surgery because just like surgery, cooking starts with devising a plan, compiling the ingredients and instruments and then using your instruments to transform the ingredients into a finished product..

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Who Is (the Now Infamous) Dr. Robert Malone?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

03:02 min | 3 months ago

Who Is (the Now Infamous) Dr. Robert Malone?

"First. Doctor Malone, welcome to the Salem radio network. Thank you very much, mister gorka and thank you for the opportunity to speak to you and to your audience today. Well, I could spend the next hour just rattling off your curriculum vitae and your various qualifications in the scientific world for those who didn't see your hours long interview with Joe who haven't seen all the interviews you've given with my friend and my former colleague Steve Bannon. Would you mind would you indulge us for a second for those across the country for whom you are a new name just to give us a prey see of your background and your relationship, for example, to the mRNA vaccines that are so in the news currently? Well, for your audience, I have been vetted and have secret clearance with Department of Defense. I've won over $8 billion or managed them for in government grants and contracts. I typically work very closely with the Department of Defense defense threat reduction agency. Kim biodefense group and have for decades, I have been a vaccine developer and innovator for well over 30 years as when I was a graduate student, I had a series of discoveries that led to 9 issued U.S. patents and numerous international patents that include all of the core technology for what we call RNA and DNA vaccines, including the first proof of concept reduction to practice using an RNA vaccine in a mouse model to produce immune responses against the envelope glycoprotein of aids. So an aids vaccine candidate my first major contract was with as a newly minted MD intern at UC Davis was with the Department of the Navy for development of an aids vaccine. I am trained at northwestern university for my NDI hold a license in the state of Maryland. I'm trained in my graduate studies at the salk institute and UC San Diego undergraduate biochemistry UC Davis multiple research fellowships at UC Davis in the department of pathology was an academic for well over a decade reaching associate professor level at the uniformed services university of the health sciences. So that's the DoD medical school. In D.C., I have been involved in way too many outbreaks intimately. I spearheaded for DoD for quite a while. The development of their Ebola vaccine candidate, which eventually I brought murk in. It was licensed to American. It's now the licensed Ebola vaccine. I've worked on flu vaccines. I've worked on literally all the biodefense vaccines used to work under contract directly for DoD at dying port vaccine company.

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Who Is Dr. Scott Atlas?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:42 min | 4 months ago

Who Is Dr. Scott Atlas?

"He is senior fellow in health policy at the Hoover institution and author, most recently of a fabulous fabulous book, a plague upon a house, my fight at the Trump White House to stop COVID from destroying America. Welcome, doctor Scott Atlas to America first. Oh, thanks for having me. I appreciate that. So we've been tried for the longest time to get you on the show, your buddy Victor Davis Hansen constantly said, yes, you gotta get him on, you gotta get him on. We're delighted to have you on. I've got a multi page multi page resume CV bio for you, so you clearly have the cres for those of our millions of listers who may not have watched you at those press conferences. Please if you would just start as we do with all of our one on one guess, give us a potted summary of who you are, your qualifications and what you are focused on as we speak. Sure. So I am a senior fellow in health policy at a policy institute at Stanford University called the Hoover institution. Where I research and work on healthcare policy solutions, I've been doing that for more than a decade full time before that I had about a 25 year history, a career in academic medicine as a professor in the school of medicine for the last 14 years before the ten years as a professor in chief of neuro radiology at Stanford University school of medicine. And I had a previous experience and the medical science that various top level medical centers in the U.S., including iterative mania, graduated from University of Chicago with my MD degree.

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Staggering Statistics on People Diagnosed With Blood Cancers

The Dan Bongino Show

01:18 min | 4 months ago

Staggering Statistics on People Diagnosed With Blood Cancers

"So Ari when I was going through treatment I was out at both Sloan Kettering and MD Anderson and you see the devastation of this disease I would be sitting there waiting for radiation and chemotherapy and one moment that really stuck out to me as I was getting treatment one day and I was talking to this woman and she told me she'd been given basically a month or two to 11 and she'd been dealing with the disease forever And it's just kind of hit me because mine had been diagnosed early at stage one That even though we've made tremendous advancements against leukemia and lymphoma those advancements aren't enough A lot of people a matter of fact I saw in some of the statistics a third of people don't live 5 years after a diagnosis Is that accurate It is Yeah we're getting closer and closer but yeah just like you said more than a third of patients don't survive after 5 years How many people per year are roughly diagnosed with this dreadful disease these blood cancers leukemia and lymphoma What's the give me a rough idea of how prevalent this problem is I don't have a number on it per year but about a hundred every 180 seconds someone in the U.S. is diagnosed with a blood cancer

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"e r md" Discussed on The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast

The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast

04:00 min | 5 months ago

"e r md" Discussed on The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast

"That's the traditional. Every one of my sons for some reason wants to make coffee with me on Saturday morning. It's an activity. And then the first two grow out of it already, but not the third one took over. And we just do family stuff for right now. Just because of how involved we are with the kids. On my own, my big hobby was actually just driving. I have a tiny little sports car that I had for the last 16 years that was a hobby of mine, but now my 14 year old is starting to take a lot of interest in that and a lot of interest in cars. So we kind of go to car shows and little caravans here and there. So we have fun coming around. I'm actually proud to say I've taught them how to drive stick shift even though he's only 14. Wow. So and he was very excited about that. And he was. He's considered that considers that something to be proud of. So our goal is for him to can you teach me next? We got a couple of cars that can do that. I know. I want to be a race car driver, but I don't know how to drive a stick. This is the problem over here. Well, you don't need to for the rest of driving very different nowadays. Push the lens. Yeah. I remember you telling me, you moved into your house here and you were talking about your garden and having your son design your garden? Yeah, so our backyard. We bought a house, which was fairly plain as far as the backyard goes. There's just a little bit of a concrete space and some bushes and not much else. And we have my mics on this expressing a little bit of interest in architecture. So that's the project that I sort of gave them. Let's see if we can design something for this backyard that is congruent with the continuity of the house. And something that maybe will build in the next ten or 15 years. So that's a project that he's kind of working on right now. And this is the three year old, right? I'm sorry, this is 14 year old. 14 year olds. So how's that going? Is it going well? Yeah, he's got a couple of different versions, depending on there's one that I like more, and then there's another one that mom likes more. Depending on the layout, but he's a very good at it. He's thinking of doing this for real, like in school. So we'll see what happens. So what have you learned from listening.

Who Is Dr. Robert Malone, Inventor of mRNA Vaccines?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:58 min | 6 months ago

Who Is Dr. Robert Malone, Inventor of mRNA Vaccines?

"And he is the president of the international alliance of physicians and scientists, doctor Malone, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thank you. Thanks a lot for the opportunity to be here and talk to you and your audience. So let's get on it. So I'm an admirer and fan of yours. I first was made aware of you and your work when you join Brett Weinstein on his podcast all the way back in April or May or June if I remember correctly. In the back in the 20th century. It feels like yeah, that was a different world. And I was very interested in that conversation and I've watched hours of your footage since because it seemed that you were confirming some of the suspicion that I had and skepticism in my head towards the current rollout and the vaccine that we are now being in some ways forced to take. Please establish your background in vaccine technology, the original inventor of MR MN RNA and DNA vaccines and talk about why and how you got concerned about this. And we'll go from there. Let's see. So briefly, the bona fides. Let's see, you see Davis, biochemistry, bachelors and science. You see San Diego and the salk institute masters in biology, MD from northwestern university in Chicago. Fellowships, research fellowships at UC Davis and a postdoctoral fellowship at Harvard Medical School for global clinical scholars research training that was just a few years ago to kind of tighten up all of my credentials having to do with clinical research regulatory affairs and all that stuff also completed a internship medical internship at UC Davis. I'm a licensed physician in the state of Maryland. I did invent the core platform technology that gave rise to these vaccines. I did not invent these vaccines. And I'm a little aggravated at what's been done with these vaccines as what's happened to the technology. But I had a extensive academic career top pathology at UC Davis and new Maryland Baltimore and also was an associate professor at the uniformed services university of the health sciences. You could look up all the papers and the many patents through if you look on Google scholar is a site so you can just Google scholar and I'm having trouble with that just like you were with the mRNA. With my name on it. And you'll see the over hundred papers and 12,600 plus academic citations for the work blah,

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"e r md" Discussed on They Call Us Bruce

They Call Us Bruce

01:55 min | 8 months ago

"e r md" Discussed on They Call Us Bruce

"I'm so happy about for the show for you guys in the show it's wonderful. The show is gay. Camilla comme aloha md on disney plus. Melvin mar how can people find you online if they want to connect with you or candidate Yeah my my instagram handle. Is chinese guy. Eighty eight eighty eight during that is chinese. It's very corded gang. How about you yes. My instagram is at courtney cash and peyton how 'bout yourself yeah at peyton elizabeth lee on instagram. Nice and jeff yang. How about you original spin mostly on twitter other places to have you fill. You can find me at angry. Asian man in angry. Asian man dot com. You can find..

Darnold, defense lead Panthers past Texans; McCaffrey hurt

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

Darnold, defense lead Panthers past Texans; McCaffrey hurt

"Sam Darnold threw for three hundred and four yards and ran for two touchdowns and the Carolina Panthers improved to three you know for the first time in six years with a twenty forty nine win over the Houston Texans Darnold completed twenty three of thirty four passes and did not commit a turnover he says he expected his team's quick start we had a great training camp hard training camp down there in the heat and yeah I cannot show what kind of team we were when we you know practice against Baltimore MD so I mean we we always knew what kind of team we had it was just about going out there on game day and executing Carolina won despite losing all pro running back Christian McCaffrey in the second quarter with a strained hamstring without him DJ Moore caught eight passes for a hundred and twenty six yards Adams pulling Houston

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Even CNN's Jake Tapper Is Calling Out Anthony Fauci These Days

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:28 min | 8 months ago

Even CNN's Jake Tapper Is Calling Out Anthony Fauci These Days

"Ouchi is so discredited at this point. Even jake tapper calls them out over the weekend on cnn. Jake tapper is trying to get foul ci to his belief that boosters are needed for everyone now and who knows about boosters. i read an article about antibodies. And how the rich are supposedly running around getting antibody tests all the time to try to stay on top of that issue and it is. It is a kind of a reasonable question. Where are your antibody. What's your antibodies level. After a vaccine after the shot. And i know there's different types. The one is the mr a or the md anna supposedly part of the virus. So if i got the johnson. Johnson vaccine in march will my blood tests show antibodies. Now i don't know and this article said that people that have access to you know concierge medicine doctors. They're running off getting antibodies tests. What does that tell you somebody. I know that had that had coverted. I've shared this with you lot. It's anecdotal but it's true doesn't have any antibodies. According to her blood test

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Action First, Learn Later

Smart Poker Study Podcast

02:12 min | 10 months ago

Action First, Learn Later

"Action i learned later means that you take action from a trusted source. Then you come back later to learn more about the strategies and the logic behind the action. This is going to help. You refine the knowledge that you gained and the lessons that you learned while taking that action now. This idea came to me while i was reading a new book by steven are gunnery. Md and the book is called the energy paradox. The intro in the first chapter they were twenty three pages long and by the end of chapter one i realized he was going to give a ton of scientific reasons rationale dive into the literature behind his program that he created right now. The explanation of his energy paradox eating program that starting on page one sixty seven. I just finished as twenty three. I was going to have to read one hundred and forty four more pages before i get to the actual program right. I did not want to wait that long. Because i mean if you're anything like me oftentimes Fiction books i love. I get i dive into the story. Loved the characters. I love the plot. I just read read read. I can read one hundred pages in a day of great fiction book easily but nonfiction sometimes can be a slog. And if it's full of like medical jargon and scientific discoveries and and whatever else he talks about in those first pages man it might take me. I don't know one hundred forty four more days ten pages day fourteen more days before i actually get to the program. Screw that right. So i skipped a page one sixty seven and i started the program on day one when i picked up the book. And let me tell you. I could not be happier with the process right taking action. I it got me eating healthier right away. The whole ideas like why wait right. I trusted that. The author dr steven our country. Md that the program that he wrote would not hurt me and if he put anything in the program that seemed dangerous. I could totally just skip it right so nothing ended up being dangerous but just ahead of time if you're taking action and something seems funky and uninteresting. Maybe you're just like it won't help then. Just don't do it. I can you could easily choose to not do something. But for me. And this book taking action before learning about the benefits was total no-brainer.

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Youtuber Shoe On Head's Claim of 7-Year-Old Selling Lemonade for Brain Surgery Bogus

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

03:15 min | 10 months ago

Youtuber Shoe On Head's Claim of 7-Year-Old Selling Lemonade for Brain Surgery Bogus

"I guess there was some demonstration in new york city about health gap. And you know at anti a radio one of the signs patients not prophets right because it's a charity right. Health health can be run as a charity and she is holding in her post on instagram. A placard taken from and newspaper and it's a headline so i stopped to read it. I want to talk about it. Why because it's a beautiful case study of useful idiocy and propaganda headline that she photocopied. Oh somebody gave to her on the on the placard girl seven cells limousine to pay for brain surgery. Wow shocking right. A girl seven years old cells lemonade and the lemonade stand to pay for her brain surgery. How outrageous and underneath she scribbled or somebody skill on the plant gone on the headline. This underlying should never underline happened in the richest on the line country on earth on the line. I wonder why she underlined earth. You creationist. i don't think so. This should never happen in the richest country on your i. Did i agree with you. Shoot if i may. I agree with you. Seven-year-old girl shouldn't have to sell lemonade for her brain surgery. The trouble is issue. It never happened. Yeah because i was so incensed by the story thinking yeah. I'm an american. This is wrong. You know what i did. I was actually driving home from waiting. I mentioned earlier. My wife was driving. So i i was in the passenger seat and i use this thing called the interwebs yes. I'm older than you. But i do know how to do this. Which is surprising. Because you're on youtube. Your bidding younger than me so i thought maybe you had done this yourself and the third the third story i looked at when i put in seven year old girl brain surgery. Lemonade ended. I wasn't complicated. The third story i looked at was from web. Md and it was a lengthy story from this. You know serious website on medical issues that broke down who it was what was wrong with her which hospital where she was at and eliminate story. And what did. I find in paragraph seven or eight which i sent to shoe. Just you know being decent citizen. Her parents insurance cover the costs of the brain surgery. She sold some lemonade to do one. Pay for ancillary things to have frames. Be able to fly to her clinic. It's an otter complete gas lighting. Lie it is the worst propaganda using the sickness of. Hfs for your political ends. Shame on us shoe

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Healing Hormone Imbalance (Without Hormone Replacement) With Dr. Deb Matthew

Break The Rules

02:19 min | 11 months ago

Healing Hormone Imbalance (Without Hormone Replacement) With Dr. Deb Matthew

"After matthew. I'm excited to have you on this day. In if you put it was a little bit of background about you are and what got you doing the work. You're doing sure thanks for having me. It's great to be here when i first graduated from medical school. I actually trained as a pediatrician. And i was perfectly happy thinking that i knew everything you know. They taught me everything. I needed a medical school in my own personal life. I didn't feel good. I was exhausted like the most important task of my day was to find a way to have a nap nan. I was irritable. I was flying off the handle at my kids. My poor is the one that bore the brunt of my wicked witch of the west impersonation. He just really honestly didn't know what to do with me. Half the time. And i knew that something was wrong like i knew that how i felt wasn't normal but nothing in my medical training helped me to really understand what was wrong with me. I wasn't depressed but yet something was wrong. And as my husband came across a book that was written by suzanne somers and it was called the sexy years and when he kind of flipped through that book he saw all kinds of things that reminded him of me and he brought the book home and my first reaction was like. You've got to be kidding me. Suzanne somers like christy snow thigh master. But i knew that we had a problem. It was affecting our marriage. It was affecting my kids. It was affecting my job at work and so i read the book and i gotta tell you that book has completely changed my entire life because when i read the stories of the women in the book who were just like me and how much better. They felt when they got their hormones back in balanced. It really allowed me to open my mind and allowed me to find that there were places that i could go to learn this whole new approach to health and wellness that i didn't even know existed and so as a result i was able to get my energy back. Mccain's got their mom back. My husband got his wife back. I got my life back. But i could not go back to what i was doing before just spending my whole day. Writing prescriptions because most of the time those prescriptions are of just putting a band aid on your symptoms. They're not really getting to the root cause of the problem and making people well.

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Beating Your Diagnosis With Nutrition

Pep Talks

02:10 min | 11 months ago

Beating Your Diagnosis With Nutrition

"I am a believer that the body has the ability to be healthy if we provided the nutrients that it needs to be healthy. Think about your car. Your car requires gasoline where most cars require gasoline to run. And if you put water or pop into your car instead of gasoline you're going to have some pretty serious symptoms that develop as in. Your car is not going to run or bodies the same way. Our body was created to eat nutrient dense foods. There are foods that are created for us and if we eat those foods we're going to be healthy and if we're feeding our body other things and buy things i mean. Chemicals that are body isn't created wasn't created to consume. We're going to develop symptoms now. I recognize that with your car. This symptoms going to typically be pretty dramatic and pretty immediate. And i know with our bodies sometimes. Those symptoms need don't develop until years down the road. It's recognizing though that it's equally as destructive to our body as it is to our car to put something in it that it wasn't created to be consuming to begin with there is the dr terry walls. She is an md and she wrote a book called the walls protocol w. h. l. s. And she was diagnosed with an us and she approached her us utilizing the western medicine approach to treating it and she ended up in a wheelchair and this was somebody who was very active and she participated in competitive sports and she decided she was going to look to nutrition. She wanted to look to a more holistic approach in treating her. Ms and she states that her today is in remission and she was actually in a wheelchair when she was utilized in the western medicine approach and she is now back in her participating and competing in in the sporting events that she had been involved in

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How To Get Your Health Back On Track with Dr. Elizabeth Boham

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

02:36 min | 1 year ago

How To Get Your Health Back On Track with Dr. Elizabeth Boham

"Today we're gonna talk about malnutrition which you might think is a problem for the developing world but it turns out that almost every american is malnourished. One way or the other. And we're gonna talk about why we're talking about how to diagnose it and what to do about it. And why is such a big factor in so many underlying health conditions and often missed by traditional medicine. We're gonna take a functional medicine perspective on this today. In our special episode of doctors pharmacy called housecall and again. I welcome back dr liz with boheme my colleague and friend on the medical director kilter wellness center starting physician in ardiden md. I physiology cheese. Incredible a team member in our team and faculty of the institute Medicine and does so much to banfield of nutrition science and functional medicine around the world. So welcome back. Liz thank you mark. It's great to be with you okay. So we think of malnutrition. We went to medical school. We learned all about it right. We learn about kwashiorkor and marasmus and zero valmy and ricketts barre barre pellagra and all these frigging diseases. That we don't really see in the west that are really increasingly rare because of improved access to food nutrition. And so we kinda have pretty much. Got that as our understanding of malnutrition and we were told. Basically food provides all the nutrients you need. You don't need vitamins and supplements makes expensive urine and we should just not follow on that track and study after study comes out showing how this interventional trial with omega three or four later this that doesn't work And and so the consumers wondering what's going on because it's clear that are is depleted and that people are eating a lot of crap and that thought a poor nutrition going on but but is there really a pandemic of malnutrition which can show up in someone who's thin or someone who was extremely overweight so Talk about what the state of our nutrition. Malnutrition is in america today and why we should all be concerned about being malnourished and what that means for our rural health you know so win were malnourished means. Were not getting the proper nutrients that we need for our body to function properly. And there's so many that's like our vitamins minerals fighter nutrients even our protein are healthy fats. And you're absolutely right. We see of under nutrition. Malnutrition in people who are underweight but also in people who are overweight and that's called obesity malnutrition and unfortunately it's more and more prevalent not just in the united states but worldwide

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"e r md" Discussed on In Black America

In Black America

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"e r md" Discussed on In Black America

"From the university of texas at austin k. Ut radio this is in black. America vascular disease right. So i think done well as cardiology communities talk about heart attacks right so people get chest pain i think about is having hartman However we don't discuss is against the fastest growing population in the united states of people eighty five years of age and you'll be boomer population and so talk more about valvular heart disease. Okay that's when patients so the heart of the left to right top bottom separated before four chambers by vows. And when some of those vows don't take to become leaky or sticking and when someone does out sticking it oh they don't hope that provincial. We're getting blood supply to your heart and topic. That i think we definitely don't talk enough about And i do understand that. The sort of premise of this conversation the second skill count. Because you're right. But people have to have two black and latinx expo have to take their their risk factors in willingness to accept responsibility cares. Well more seriously. Dr aaron horne. Md interventional cardiologists and heart can't specialists north richland hills texas and twenty eighteen african americans. Thirty percent. More likely to die from heart disease and whites. Although african-american dose puerto rico sent more likely to high blood pressure. The are less likely than wise to have their blood pressure on the controls. An african american women are stick percent more likely to have high blood pressure as compared to white women dr hornets on a mission to correct this imbalance. The good news is african. american can improve their house or preventing and beating these my understanding the risk taking simple steps to address them. You should know by now. The high blood pressure overweight and obesity and diabetes are common condition that increase the risk of heart disease and stroke. I'm john l. hanson. Junior and. Welcome to another edition in black america on this week's program heart health doctor aaron horne. Md in black america. Interventional cardiology what does that mean. So if you're having a heart attack you have acute onset of chest pain and one of your arteries is totally blocked off. So you're not getting any blood supply to the heart. Most of then you have to come see me. You know two three four. Am in the morning and you know. Hopefully we can do something to save your life right. And i would much rather you know. See you in the preventative. Space as opposed to having to deal with you in an emergency situation. And so the reality is that you know doing the basic. Abc's making sure that you know we actually make sure what into our blood pressure blood just affect your heart your kidneys. Fix your risk of stroke. You know making sure that you're exercising regularly. You die some of this stuff right when you saw me at the julia some of this is not. This is low hanging fruit. In recent study african americans cove nineteen nearly three times as lectu require hospitalization than their white counterparts with disease. African-americans dan indigenous people die from cove. Nineteen at more than three to four times. The whites nearly six months. Covid nineteen pandemic. Two things became clear. The virus profoundly impact people with heart disease and disproportionately impact african-americans. But the many master tation of these disparities remain unclear particularly for one gregory left out of medical research as reach another milestone of this pandemic doctor erin horn sound. The alarm that fears around delay care for heart and overall health doing covid. Nineteen particularly among african americans will have negative impacts perceptions around going to the doctor's office scheduling medical procedures and getting the cobra. Nineteen vaccine can have a significant impact on routine health. Recently in black. America spoke dr horn some from Northern suburb of chicago. Evanston northwestern is located. My father was on the faculty at northwestern. My mom's a social worker at evanston high school. Which in this is again. I'm very cognizant of With whom i'm speaking and you know. I think it's really important black america interview and i'm very proud of i just recently was made aware of the fact that evanston is the first city in the country. That is actually approved reparations and so but nevertheless i Went to university of chicago for undergrad and then went back there and did a md nba. And then i went to new york where i met my wife and she was She graduated from columbia law and was a practicing attorney there when i met her. I went to columbia for residency and then went to Johns hopkins in baltimore maryland for my fellowship in general cardiology interventional cardiology additional year at bloomberg school of public health for studied Health economics. And then i just happened to be the first structural heart fellow Which deals with issues of the heart valves and then initially started my practice in connecticut and for the last six years. We've been here in dallas with our two kids. And what's lockdown initial interest in medicine. So you so you know i had so you know we all know you you you are what you see and Your greatly influenced by your experiences and i You know my godfather was a huge influence on me. A gastroenterologist in dallas texas for many years since as retire. But you know i had close family member who had heart conditions early in life and That sparked my interest in wanting to you know be a physician and nothing's really important that we know there's tons of ways that you can help people. My mom was again was a social worker. She probably helped more people than i did. But that was something that i was exposed to early in life and was able to continue to explore and i just happened to be fortunate where interest in in cardiovascular disease health their healthcare economics and health equity have just come together because those are three of the major issues that have centered synergy Where we can really make a huge difference in our healthcare system right now very sound. Do you find a physician that has a masters but you have to masters so the question is how those two masters assistant do and what you currently do great. No thank you. It's a great question and so when we talk about cardiovascular disease so we look at our healthcare system cardiovascular so cardiovascular is still the largest disease state burden in our country so more people have cardiovascular disease and cancer or any other disease state in so whenever you have that you know large of a burden on a healthcare system it affects you economically right and so you have to grab. Patients are coming into the hospital heart failure. Then that's gonna cost your healthcare system and then when those patients disproportionately happened to be of a particular ethnicity you have to look into the root causes it so it's neighboring me to just be able to figure out. How can we a obviously most importantly do right by patients but also how do we. How do we enable our healthcare systems to be sustainable. And the only way you can do that as also to look through the economic ones as well but also get to the root causes of.

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The Mind-Blowing Science of Starving Cancer With Food

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

02:16 min | 1 year ago

The Mind-Blowing Science of Starving Cancer With Food

"When it comes to nutrition science and trying to figure out what foods are best for you or what foods could potentially harm you one example where there tends to be a lot of confusion as if today you go on web md and you look up cancer and you look up articles that are on there that you know does sugar fuel cancer and there's well meaning articles from very respectable individuals that are out there to say there's no evidence that's out there that sugar encourages cancer. And yes. there may not be these big double blind placebo controlled trials which have their own challenges. They're difficult to fund. who's gonna go and pursue them. How are we going to make sure that we have the resources to explore it. But this highlights so sort of the fact that there still may be a lot of evidence showing that for example in the case of cancer. That sugar could be very problematic. You may not have that full trial. So this is where a little bit of nutrition. Science becomes partly an art of piecing the story together. And saying what's the best evidence that we have so talk about sugar and cancer for a moment if you could yeah great great topic and you know by the way you know. Cancer like sharks. When they're on the cover of a magazine it sells. They fly off the shelves because people are interested in this topic and and just like sharks. There's a lot of fear and and and in reaction to the topic of cancer. And i think this is also true even in a medical community so First of all let me kinda. Give my response to what we do. Now about the evidence of sugar in cancer because I do cancer research. I've been involved with cancer Been involved with helping to develop over a dozen cancer drugs that are. Fda approved in part of my street cred drew. When i speak about food as medicine that i've actually helped to develop medicines. I'm one of the guys who actually. I'm not just sort of like waving leaf. Kale saying never mind all the prescription stuff. Like i'm actually helping to develop those things so for me. It's really food is really an additional tool in the toolbox but we can understand nutrition with the same rigor with the same standards of evidence that we apply for drugs.

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The Future of Ecstasy Plus Therapy for PTSD

Science Magazine Podcast

02:25 min | 1 year ago

The Future of Ecstasy Plus Therapy for PTSD

"We have staff writer and editor kelly cervix. She's here to talk about the future of md m a this is a controlled. Substance sometimes called ecstasy or molly that has had some success in clinical trials for ptsd alongside talk therapy. Okay kelly how you doing. I'm doing okay. How are you sarah. Good i'm good. Let's start with the recent clinical trial results of md m. a. and therapy that was tested on. Ptsd patients. how did that go. How did that work. So there were ninety people in this study who were revised to get kind of a unique course of psychotherapy. They had a series of preparatory sessions with a trained therapist and then they got three eight hour long experimental sessions where they got either. Md ama or a placebo and then they got this series of sort of integration sessions to process that experience and the results were that two months after the last experimental session the difference between the drug and the placebo groups was pretty clear. Sixty seven percent of the participants who got md may no longer met the diagnostic criteria for ptsd at that point compared with thirty two percent of those who got placebo so this is sort of the the biggest and most thorough study of its kind to really find potential benefits of this drug in ptsd. What are the effects of this drug and people. I think maybe from popular culture people might think of it as something you take in a nightclub. Yeah this has definitely a reputation of a club drug that. I think that these investigators are really trying to overcome and may have a lot of complicated mechanisms and we don't understand all of them but it's thought that many of its effects come from its ability to increase certain neuro transmitters in the brain including dopamine and serotonin and so people sometimes described euphoric experience. Sometimes a sense of openness and sort of a heightened ability for empathy and you can imagine that something that in the case of ptsd therapists might aimed to exploit if a trauma survivors facing intrusive flashbacks in israeli avoiding these disturbing memories of something that happened to them. This drug might give them sort of less. Fearful less judgmental state in which to reflect on and process. What happened to them. That's the

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Dan Austin, MD Lake District Farmers

Humans of Hospitality

01:42 min | 1 year ago

Dan Austin, MD Lake District Farmers

"Donald stein managing director of district farmers. Thank you so much for joining me on the podcast day. Hugely appreciate you sparing the time to chat. I just asked dan. Because unfortunately despite the fact that i love the late district not face to face but where in the world are you. This morning i am on the only island this morning by the each on fairly ironic because other agents Rarely get song. We do have some nice job today. So it's beautiful. So why is that is that is that is on the coast. Is it or yes. I live in borrowing furnace case. Shipbuilding town a systems etc. Our animals assaults trout lake district so bart alec cetera. I am but i am a barrel boy on bread and only is alive in just a filing furnace. Mazen are well. I'm by the beach as well as that. I was going to be deeply envious imagined you identify sat on the top of the stonewall fouls or you know smoking a pipe looking out over the lakes but you know we're we're coastal brothers. So that's That's better on monday. So william i wanna be up there right. You represent some incredible foams in an genuinely you know. I think i think the lake district must be one of the most beautiful places on the planet let alone in england. I adore it but for those who have not heard of late district farmers. Can you just explain to people about. Yeah do as a business. I i mean basically. We represented founding cooperative. And i don't say the found his shop window for really found producing a brilliant Just create excellent products.

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Using Peptide Therapy to Reverse Autoimmune Disease With Dr. Amber

Break The Rules

02:02 min | 1 year ago

Using Peptide Therapy to Reverse Autoimmune Disease With Dr. Amber

"If you could just briefly introduce us to who you are really what got you doing the work you're doing in the world absolutely. Yeah so Thank you for inter. thank you for having me. It's fun to be here So essentially my journey started When i was premed to what i thought would be. Md school and really wanted to was really passionate about nutrition and women's towels and struggled with health issues eczema and you know some definite Emmy indus regulation. A kid didn't really know what was going on at that point in time did know what to do about. It grew up on a standard american diet and sada about a lot of information as i got into high school college about nutrition about a Detox and some of the fundamental pillars botanical medicine all of these herbs things that we can use from the earth really can change in support physiology in so as premed Go the md route job. Shattered a couple of practitioners really just kind of witness system. That was set up and You know i hesitated. That planet time is really disorienting for me because you know the doctors that i had worked with during that period of time they were. They had big hearts. They were incredible individuals but they were stuck in this kind of system of medicine. These fifteen minute appointments were. They had to be in out with patients. And we'd have somebody come in on six medications and walk up the room on a seven in. It was just a really brief visit. I felt like i didn't have time to do the work that really wanted to do. With patients and And so i thought my plan and you know switch to my major for a quarter and was just like. I don't know if i wanna do this. And and then found out about naturopathic medicine which re-routed the course of my life really became passionate about it

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How Is Celiac Disease Diagnosed?

Food Psych

01:30 min | 1 year ago

How Is Celiac Disease Diagnosed?

"Silly disease can't be self diagnosed. And the only way it can be diagnosed with a blood test to see if you have the genetic marker for steel eac along with a blood test for i g antibodies. What's known as a a as an awesome while. You're eating gluten so you need to see if you have those antibodies while you're eating gluten because that tells you whether your body is in fact reacting to gluten and the technical name for this task for anyone who's gonna take this to the doctor and ask about it. Technical name is the serum anti tissue trans glue. Tammy's i g antibodies test or anti t t g. I g a test is quite a mouthful but you can ask your medical doctor about getting it and generally providers with an md or the only ones who can administer this test working with a provider who doesn't have an md. Usually they cannot prescribe tasks like this or right for tests. Like this. And i would really recommend working with an md instead of an alternative medicine practitioner. In your workup for silly disease. Anyway because there's a lot of misinformation and false diagnoses out there about gluten related disorders that are floating around in the integrative and alternative medicine world which is really. Rife with what i call the wellness diet that sneaky modern guise of diet culture that pretends to be all about health and wellness but his actually just another form of deprivation and dietary perfectionism

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COVID-19 Vaccine: Questions Answered With Dr. Johnson Fatokun, MD

The Unfiltered Real Talk Podcast

02:27 min | 1 year ago

COVID-19 Vaccine: Questions Answered With Dr. Johnson Fatokun, MD

"In today's episode. What talking to bob hawke topic the nineteen vaccine and addressing some of the concerns and worries a face around getting the vaccine and a lot of be concerned about getting the vaccine. And i just a good idea talk about it with medical practitioner would need to the as a medical doctor. Dr johnson photographer who is experience family. Physician practices here not berta so welcomed up. Johnston gets a happy ear only program. Thank you so. We've reached up the johnson today in his office in actually in limit. So how are you doing for staff about. The johnson are crazy busy. Yeah times and very odd certain tumbles love just so. There's a lot of backup false when it comes to these vaccine when it comes to the arrows reside surrounded. He has to put measures in place to mitchell. Everybody is safe. Count your office yasu safety. Those who can't calm you have to do provide catholic though. Sometimes you see some collision myself book late. Making phone calls to crash lot. Mitchell vision gets cab when you do give the house up gracie chugging discounts. So what do you. So i wanna ask you like the like you said. These are very uncertain times challenging times. What are you doing for self care as doctor like. What are you doing to stay motivated. You know into so many things. Well i'm me. Tried to go for walks. I make sure each row physically. No pounding gavin every day. Well it's good food and then rest will any to work. I take any date. It never ends now. Vision context you because of the accents so detects you to call you so you have to find out so downturns and which works and they'll which entity i don't sit in the quiet through soochow everything away

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The COVID Vaccine With Dr. Alex Greninger

Outcomes Rocket

02:15 min | 1 year ago

The COVID Vaccine With Dr. Alex Greninger

"I have the privilege of hosting dr grandeur. He is the assistant director of the uw. Medicine clinical virology lab and the uw assistant professor of laboratory medicine. Doctor grandeur focuses on genomic and proteome characterization of a variety of human viruses and bacteria with a focus on respiratory viruses and human herpes viruses. He has discovered a number of new human animal viruses. His basic science lab at south lake union uses genetically informed approaches to understand human infectious diseases. Dr greenwich you're got his. Md and phd from uc. San francisco is master and scientists immunology from stanford and his masters in philosophy in epidemiology from cambridge in england he has many clinical interests in facilitating clinical trial testing for respiratory viruses and human herpes viruses and because of his expertise. I'm just thrilled and excited to have a conversation about the corona virus. The vaccine and a lot of questions that. Maybe you're thinking about that just going to be very interesting today. So thank you so much for joining me today. Alex thanks for having me. It's good to be here And so before we get started and kind of diving deep into the work that you do in research talk to us a little bit about what inspires your work and yet i got interested in going to medical school early early on Had a pediatrician. That i really liked and sort of do my career day in high school with Not kind of random way but it was a great entry to realize you could be a physician and deal with a lot of science and then from there just not able to make a ton of decisions so doing the mvp hd route and. I think i got really excited about. I think what's really. I was inspired. You know some of the work is initially. It was enviro discovery. This idea that there are lots of viruses out there to be found in people that could be the causes of diseases and then you would be able to cure them right and that sort of as more is that you know hypothesis only almost not turn out not to be true. There are a ton of other viruses that we've known about for quite a long time where the same thing is true. We can cure or we can prevent them with vaccines. And it's just about executing that vision over and over and over

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"e r md" Discussed on The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"e r md" Discussed on The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

"Move. Welcome to the podcast. This is a special episode from the sky cheeky. I'm dr josh taylor. The chief of the car child. Psychiatry report and co author of the child medication fact but psychiatric practice. Dr hollowell sure sounds wicked. Smart And i'm married government. Licensed clinical social worker in southern california with a private practice. And i'm also a regional director of will connections child institute. Dr halwa is extremely wicked. Smart he is well known in the field. He's a writer and a speaker in addition to being a practicing psychiatrist. Dr halla was on the harvard medical school faculty for about twenty years. His first book driven to distraction came out in nineteen ninety four and he's written nineteen more books since then his podcast. Distraction is great too if you're interested in adhd treatment. I highly recommended. He also wrote a book called the childhood roots of adult happiness. It's a five step plan for parenting that focuses on positive and helpful attitudes rather than grades sports and achievements like that so we had a really good conversation with him and it made for a great. Qna in the newsletter. But it's even better to hear him in person and we're gonna play some of those clips in this episode and talk about them. He gave us a preview of his new book. Which isn't even out yet and it's an interesting take on. Adhd he's reimagining disorder as vast the a. s. t. which stands for variable attention stimulus trait rebranding. Adhd as fast as part of his larger perspective on these kinds of disorders essentially he's grappling with the conundrum we've all been grappling with. Adhd has commonly come to describe a huge variety of conditions and traits. These can ruin your life or manage properly. They may be turned into assets. This goes back to previous conversations. We've had about. Adhd over diagnosis generally. There's a lot of confusion out there about it as a disorder when you talk to patients families and educators. You often get a sense that may be a case of. Adhd is just kids out and sometimes it gets choked up too. Bad parenting a big part of this is the scope n variety of symptoms and indicators doctor hallo points out that what we call adhd is common among people suffering from addiction and people who are unemployed. But it's also something found in some of the wealthiest and most successful people in our society. It's something you hear a lot about in. Moore's but in those cases people say they are restless and energetic. Not hyper and easily distracted. Turning perceived weaknesses into strength is an exciting treatment strategy. The question is what does it mean for everyday practice. How do you actually turn a detention disorder into a strange. When you're working with patients. He had a really great analogy for this. Having untreated eighty is analogous to niagara falls. It's just a lot of noise and missed until you build a hydroelectric plant and when you build the hydroelectric plant. Then you can light up the state of new york. And i'm in the hydroelectric plant business. So hydroelectric plant to take the energy to turn it into something useful. You get that. It's a great analogy. I just love that idea because we see it all the time when you find the right medication treatment for people suffering from these symptoms. They can suddenly think clearly. It's like they have their whole mind available to them. It's kind of like when you find the right activity for some people. They can turn it into a great strength like somebody who is very very active and they've been told to sit down and not run around the class and stuff like that but then you get them into a really great sport and they just surge forward among their peers much easier to make friends and to relate to people in the connected people. Not so much about the medication in that sense. It's more about channeling being in the right spot in the right context as well as a naturalistic way to promote self esteem and self confidence agreed so as a therapist. The first clinical step. I'm taking is to set the stage for the patient. Doctor hallo has a great line of discussion for this. You know is it so often happens just off seven directions at once and get nowhere and that's so frustrating and and. They know they could be doing better. My job is say yes. You're right you could be. You're not lazy. You're not lacking in disciplined. You're not character a logically flawed. You don't have a deficit disorder. What you have is an abundance of attention not a deficit of attention. But you just have trouble channeling it. You have trouble focusing it. A lot of these patients have self esteem issues because maybe family and teachers have been hard on them leading up to the diagnosis. It takes away the idea that they are broken and that they need to be fixed. The end result is that the patient and the clinician are on the same page that they are going to harness this abundance of attention to do something great. A what what has worked for you in the past that we can intentionally us in moments when you notice that you're having a hard time paying attention or easily distracted yet. How do we build on the times when who you are works really well for you. How do you bring out the best version of yourself when you notice that. You're having a hard time settling down. And being calm to be able to access that then the question becomes. How do you go about doing that. And clearly. going. To medication is a big option. There are times when that doesn't work. Though and are bent is actually not to meds. I if we can avoid it There's an example of an eight year old boy in shanghai who dr sowell talks about. I the book. I write about this little boy in shanghai that i treated remotely treat. I was in boston. He was in shanghai's of seven thousand miles way eight year old little boy.

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"e r md" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

12:17 min | 2 years ago

"e r md" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"List whereas like an avocado is going to be something. That's going to be a little bit more safe. It's conventionally ground around right exactly and by the way if you cannot get organic This that does not mean you should not eat vegetables If inorganic inorganic vegetables are the only ones you can get if if the ASPARAGUS. They're just happens to be organic. It beats the heck out of spam one of the things. I have a hard time wrapping my head around is it is and I've heard you talk about this her. Dr Michael Gregor and called El Sistema. Talk about this is is the benefits of frozen fruits and vegetables. Because they're I guess because they're frozen shortly after being picked somehow that locks in the nutrient value of them but to me it. Just this seems like weird to buy frozen vegetables and fruit that are in plastic bags as opposed to. If you can't get organic or you know I don't now if that's not available to you what what are your thoughts on that I I I agree that that getting if if something is frozen shortly after harvest harvest that it it may retain better nutrition compared to something that was picked a long time before you're gonNA that's GonNa use it distribution cycle before it candy now now. Some things aren't gonNA disappear If you get some some Greens and I don't care how old they are or whether or not the calcium in them is not going away. The iron them. mm-hmm is not going away. Those are elements and they don't degrade What does degrade is Some of the antioxidants like vitamin C.. It's fragile and it will degrade over time the other thing for me. I'm at home for a day and a half and then I'm gone again so I find it handy to have frozen Broccoli right in the ground on Kale in your in your in your pantry. I find it handy for that and you can get frozen things that are organic and so it works fine Talk to me about citric acid. This is news to me. Yeah this is news to me to citric. Acid is something that you would think. Sit well first of all. It's in everything. Yeah that's the thing it's it's everywhere it's it. Well it gives it a little tangy flavor and you think that comes out of a lemon or something like that. What it does is it comes out of fungi in China? it's Um It's genetically engineered product And most of it comes from Chinese factories and it's believed to be potentially toxic we first started to notice this. I was doing migraine studies and this isn't funny but it just blew me away There there were people in our our studies who said it's citric acid. And now they have. They have a soda sick. It triggers the migraine that that cannot be eighty because we imagine it coming from Florida comes from a line so it doesn't it's This weird Oh the issue here is that there are citric acid in it but it's contaminated needed with mushrooms that are used as part of the genetic yes part of the the the GM production of it and so the the belief is that. That's what you're reacting to hunt so then you decide. Well I don't know if it's healthy or not. I'm going to try to avoid it and then you will be blown away by. The fact is in everything So anyway stay stay tuned. I think we're going to learn more about that right. So so Miami Miami but walk me through like what is it do. Do we know what it's doing. I mean what. What is the hormonal dysregulation? That's being caused by ingesting this on with with regard to migraine. We don't know exactly What we've D- migraines used to be thought to be related to the Circulation of the brain will change rapidly. That the blood. This is completely naive. But the blood vessels tighten up and then they relax and you get this terrible heading. We now know that has nothing to do. That's not the whole story of it's part of the story at all. We now believe it has to do with perhaps changes in the electrical function of the brain. The deportation the brain and and our question is whether citric acid is tinkering with that Mechanism who knows. Stay tuned but there's no need for it in the Diet just in the same ways there's no need for BPA and your soup I think some of these some of these chemicals will probably get a not guilty verdict others will be but I think it's good to be on the side to air on the side of caution One of the things I think should be said. There are some people who are worried about chemicals else so much that they think that if they just have a stake that doesn't have chemicals or the cheese that doesn't have some added chemical. That must be. Okay okay reality check The animal products are bad for your weather. They have added chemicals or not. And then the sprinkling of additional chemicals locals that that aggravates the problem well if they're feeding on. GMO crops all day and and feed that has you know been grown and fertilized fertilized soil than even though they may not be enforced sort of yes injected with hormones. They're still all of vehicle for that. There's that but but yes and I agree with you completely. But there's one other thing beyond that and that's us cows a machine a pig machine if we start with let's say we start with soybeans and I can take those soybeans and I can grind them up and make soya milk and I drink them And personally that's that's processed. You took the soybean factory the factory ground up and put them in a carton. I could take the same soybeans and put them in a trough and they let a cow eat them and the cow eats them and it goes down the cows August gets into cow's intestinal track which processes in its own way and then it turns it into milk and so- milk ends up in the cow's utter this is a machine producing this milky Goo with estrogens added and cholesterol and fat and other things lactose sugar and then it comes out and then you eat that my point is we recognize a factory as a machine. The cow is a machine in her own right to and I don't mean to be disrespectful to cows but the most processed food you'd of all is is dairy and is meet You take a a check and or a a chicken and you feed the chicken grains and whatever and then the chicken lays an egg and whatever was in that grain ends up getting dramatically changed into feathers others and and beaks and liver and all kinds of stuff and then my point being animal animal's in fact I get it. Ah You know. Fish are great example of of how they can consolidate and condense the toxins that are in our ocean and then store them in their bodies. He's and deliver them to human beings when they eat them in these toxic forms because they're so consolidated dairies the same way that that toxins oxen's tend to get into dairy into milk and the same thing tragically happens in a woman's body. She's been eating lots of chemicals. It will end up in her breast milk and her first child is. He's GonNa get a big load of chemicals that she has stored up over the years. Yeah what was the most surprising thing that you discovered learned writing this book. How many people you are struck by these problems and how quickly they get better Linzie Nixon Who maybe recipes and she did the recipes in the book and she's a genius in the kitchen? She does such a wonderful job and and working with Lindsay was just super and she has books of her own. That people should pick up. So anyhow I call up Lindsey I said I want to work with you. Let's do some recipes great-great-great great great. So we did that. She's she said by the way I'm one of your rim examples. I couldn't get out of bed. I had all kinds of Mental symptoms eventual pain. When I went completely plant based totally Vegan I improved dramatically and just hearing so many people who have had these issues and then so many other people who have the same issues now but never tried to put it to work to put a healthier diet to work so my message? Is this weather. Other Person Tries your body in balance reads it and tries it or they just decided in their own way to get the animals off their plate to have his healthier diet as possible. So many people find that for the first time in years they're gonNA feel good But my goal is a little bit bigger than that. My goal is if we don't do this. Your kids are GonNa grow up thinking it's normal to gain weight it's normal feel rotten. It's on medication when you're thirty it's normal to be in poor for health and if I just give you that form and prescription for your diabetes and synthroid prescription for your thyroid issues. I'm not helping anybody other than you if we can change the way the family eats. You're affecting everybody together. I think that's a good place to end it but I do have one more question for you. What is this study? That hasn't been done yet that you would like to see be done. That could really help reveal certain truths that were aiming out right now. I think I think we need to do more cancer studies and there was a real tragedy down a a few years ago. This is really bad. The women's healthy eating and living study brought in a group of women more than three thousand women who had breast cancer and they randomized randomly. Assign them to two groups. oops one group got five day vegetables and fruits and that was supposed to be the normal group note. No change because everybody's five vegetables and fruits a day the control control or the experimental group was eight day plus juices and then as time went on they found that when they looked at who lived and who died of of their breast cancer. The all the women had to start with and then some of them went five day somewhat aided and at the end of several years they found that it didn't seem to matter a whole lot which group he ran and And the researchers said. Well I guess the Diet Change doesn't really help. Wait wait wait. You've you've got women who all have had breast cancer. They volunteered actress. Study where you told them. We're testing with vegetables and fruits too and they weren't eating five day before none of them were and you're telling them to ramp up their vegetables and fruits and you just go. I think it's reasonable to say that five arrayed who cares but add to your diet is really important in the study had a lot of benefits from both Dia Change and exercise even in the control control group that were good but because here's the tragedy because the group wasn't dramatically better than the five day in their survival a lot of cancer researchers started earth thinking. Let's forget it. Let's not look at food. Let's go back to drugs of various kinds and the desire that women with breast cancer have that men with prostate cancer. Have that that that families have if if somebody's attacked by one of these conditions their their desire to get healthy so strong that we can put that to work and rather than using people as recipients of prescriptions. Even though we may need those sometimes let's instead work with people as partners to help them to put the the best fuel in their body and see if we can get better and I want to see an investment in that kind of research that is bigger than than we've had in the past. Yeah thank you for coming in talking to me. Thank you rich for all you do. I have to say people. Listen to to what you've said and you'll never know how many people you inform and intrigue and Inspire Fire On any given day a doctor might see twenty patients twenty two patients to help some of them at any given day. You see a whole lot more than that. I don't I don't see them. Don't let's see the day states. They might be hearing it. They see you yeah you you'll never know how many people you have touched their lives but it's huge and I I appreciate your shit that well you have the the exam room podcast now. So you've your tone of this world a little bit right. We're we're learning from your example so check that out. The new book is called Your Body and balance silence hits bookstores everywhere February fourth February fourth. Please check it out. You can learn more about Neil in our previous to podcasts. Link those up in the show notes or you.

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"e r md" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

12:40 min | 2 years ago

"e r md" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"So I'm guessing it could be more inflammatory Tori conditions that If you look at Acne it's just little inflammations all up and down and a number of people have found that when they follow a healthy not plant based diet it goes away now. I WanNa stay tuned on this. Because I. We'll see some people where they go on a Vegan Diet and especially getting away from their skin just clears up. Miraculously I've seen some other people who say they feel that for them it's salt or oils or other things so I think it's good to be open to different things contributing to to these. He's but it's quite clear that it's it's a response to something in the Diet for many people. The the case study using the book as Nina and Randa they wrote their own book they did basically teenage girls mutual friends of ours And the acne that that they had was pretty severe. You're right and the reversal was was profound. They were miserable with it. And I mean any kid is self conscious but they were also performers musicians and if you yeah we're not gonNA have a good stage presence but for them it was the the answer was Vegan and blow fat so they they scrupulously got rid of the fats and that seemed to help them enormously. Thomas Louis So what can you say. I encourage people to just put it to work and try it out because when you look at cultures that haven't have not Westernized. They're very few left but they did not seem to have much acne until the cheeseburgers and right because shows up one of the things that that I've been struggling with lately is is sleep like I've been traveling a lot I'm waking up in different places all all the time. I'm on the move and my sleep. Despite best efforts in this crazy routine that I have to ensure a restful night is becoming more and more elusive And I know that it has to be related to my hormonal health. Or something being out of whack. So what what have you learned about. Not only the importance of sleep but how lifestyle and diet impact sleep and what's going on kind kind of hormonally with that. There's a bunch of things going on let me start And I'm not GonNa talk about you. I'm GonNa talk about other other other folks because some of this won't apply to you First of all people are having all kinds of trouble sleeping You are not alone but for anybody else. I'M GONNA say Number One starve caffeine and look at that because Even if all you have is a cup of coffee in the morning different people eliminate caffeine at different rates and for a lot of people about a quarter cup of coffee is still circulating in your brain gene at nine o'clock at night and so it doesn't mean you can't sleep. What it means is your sleep will be lighter? And it'll be more easily disrupted and then number two is alcohol A lot lot of people will unwind with a glass of wine and that will make them fall asleep. But in the middle of the night your liver transforms alcohol into something else called L. All to hide SNL to hide. And it's a stimulant and so four o'clock in the morning you'll wake up and it's kind of deriving the brain rain and it's a certain kind of awaking it's not that beautiful isn't the early morning hours. Isn't this wonderful. It's this kind of creepy feeling of having poisoned in your system and the more a person the drinks the more this happens so those are just things I would recommend anybody else to think about but Physical activity is is really important. None of this relates to you it because your voice does drink caffeine in the morning. I have a cup of coffee right here because now is that thing where it's like. I didn't sleep well. Last night deals comment on my game. Name thank you. That's so nice. Yeah physical activities. I mean there's some people were all day long. All they do is this there. We're GONNA thumbs on their their hand held and get no no exercise their reading a book and then they close it and try to sleep there. If your muscles are tired they demand sleep. Asleep is not just for your brain. It's for your muscles to allow you to stop movie. You're supposed to just be turned off and let's repair So if a person has not had physical activity hi encourage them to do some some squats and push up something to just strain your muscles a little bit before you go to sleep and you'll find it helps The next thing and this will sound completely Kuku but bear with me If you look at your dog your cat it's getting toward evening. And they stretch stretch out their leg and do a big yawn and then they curl up and go to sleep and you look at your child. Does this guy exactly the same thing. Go through all this thing. You're stretching a young they do this kind of Preparatory thanks for going to sleep. I don't know why it works but as adults what do we do. We're watching TV We click it off and we put her down. We go through that so when nobody is watching. If you're having trouble sleeping when nobody is watching do this a half hour before your sleep. Time stretch out your arms in a huge stretch and the open your mouth and make a big yawn it will be totally fake. It won't be real but you're just doing going through the motions. Do that four times and it will become real and you will notice that for some reason it turned on the sleep mechanism. But now I know that sounds Kuku but try it you'll see And the last thing let's talk about neural hormones and the brain neurotransmitters One of these is called Serotonin and Syrah tone is involved in mood. It's involved in sleep If a person eats a lot of protein gene of any source it prevents Serotonin from getting to work. And so you'll find that you have more trouble sleeping. And this is why people apple discovered on their own that if they're having kind of carb heavy meal in the dinner they sleep better so if I had pasta I have rice but I'm not having super high protein things things I sleep better. And the reason is that a high carbohydrate diet allows serotonin to become active in the brain and improves sleep yet. Induces that Food Comma Ma basically. Yes well it is is all the blood going to your digestive system. Is it not and Partly but but you know the some of the food coma coma is a different thing when people talk about Say The post Thanksgiving Dinner Food Coma. That's not that is not from the the trip to fan in the Turkey creating tone and that's because 'cause they eat all that grease that got into your blood and their blood is now so viscous their their brain can barely be oxygenated that that's really that food coma. But but ah let's say you wake up in the middle of the nights to in the morning Go to the fridge and just pull out some bread and have a couple of slices of just plain bread. Lie Down and the Serotonin will just performed and you'll does right back to sleep. How dare you suggest we? I think I think bread is a beats the heck out of sleeping pills. Well let's talk in any kind of carbohydrate. We'll do we'll do the same. Let's talk about grains grains have been demonized There's this idea out there that we should be removing all grains from our diet and eating this low car protocol. So what say you I say nonsense First of all if you look at the the populations around the around the world live the longest the blue zones where this comes from Dan mutineers great work where he they marked in blue all the places on the map where people lived along longtime their dietary staples are never meet not even fish. It's always some kind of grain product Legumes and so forth talking about Okinawa. Costa Rica Loma Linda. California the let's Vegans and then if you look even further back we are not carnivores. We are great apes along with chimpanzees Gorillas Orangutans Bonobos. They are not eating ice cream They're not eating pork chops. They don't eat meat at all with rare exceptions They're either eat phenomenal amounts of fruit That's a big thing. And they'll leaves. And so forth. So we are designed in my view to be herbivores now the fact that people can lose his way to Cuba. KETOGENIC diet is simply a sign that you carbohydrates are a lot of what we eat. If you take all that away you are going to lose weight. Take away anything. You're more likely to lose weight. But it's not a healthy way to do it We touched on mood a little bit ago but I think it's worth diving a little bit deeper into depression because we are mired in a bit of a mental health crisis. Depression rates are through the roof. And there's lots of ideas ideas around what's generating this Loss of connection and community. And you know our addiction to our devices and our sedentary lifestyles etc.. But what what does it look like from a hormonal perspective First of all. It should be said that. Why while it's true that stresses can can work on our our brains there? There's no question about it and life is stressful for lots of people But depression is not just something psychological goal where my feelings were hurt. Or I've had a law since I'm miserable Depression can be just flat out physical and we learned this Decades ago go with a drug called researching it's an anti Anti hypertensive drugs to lower blood pressure and people were put on this drug. Their blood pressure does your came down but their moods which sometimes is collapse. And what's that about. Well it turns out that the the compounds that affect but pressure like norepinephrine for example will also affect mood and you take them away. It's just like letting the air out of your tires so that led has to think all right if it's not just life events but it also can have something to do with physical things. Well what am I getting myself with more than anything else that you don't see yourself with food and one of the most shocking Research Studies came out of Scandinavia. Where they looked at women who had postpartum psychosis this is? This is an off the scale serious mental problem. The woman has given birth to three days later. She starts to become delusional. She's hallucinating listening for her. Brain is just unplugged Very very serious condition and the researchers discovered through blood tests that the women had what are called KS as orphans in their blood. KSM orphans come from milk products And we've identified them in if a woman eats cheese or milk the casing protein breaks down to release these morphine like compounds that attached to the brain and can cause a variety of effects in in this case. It was the women's own breast milk that they had given birth thereby started making breast milk. And some of it was leaking into their blood Breaking breaking down to release Keizo. Morphine poisoning their brains and caused him to be wildly. While the psychotic so take message here is not. Don't give birth earth on the the message here is is that Kaysone. morphines are serious business so I just described a really off the scale bizarre situation. What about the person who's just dosing themselves with these things a little bit every day? Two or three dairy servings there are some more F- in milk when milk into cheese. He's there's a lot more of them and if you look at the rise in cheese consumption over decades its parallels the rise in obesity the rise in mental health issues and all kinds of other things. I'm not saying there aren't other contributors. There are but I have been struck by the fact that people are eating. Foods is that frankly cheeses loaded with saturated fat so slows you down. It's going to interfere with your athletic ability because you your your muscles. Just can't oxygen nate. If you've got Bassolino in your blood but the chemicals in it can affect the brain directly have there been studies that have directly looked at The implications occasions of certain types of foods on levels of depression. Yes I'm there have been not enough but there have been studies that started out as observational studies. He's looking at the kind of gyco trial where we brought in people for other reasons than just their moods get better researchers have brought in people specifically looking at their mood and found that if you compare percent on a Vegan Diet a person on a Pesky -Tarian Diet a person on a amoy-based the vegans tend to have lower levels. It's up to pressure and lower levels anxiety they're still all kinds of reasons to be miserable Particularly if you're Vegan every five seconds someone is GonNa say. Where do you get your protein?.

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"e r md" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

12:40 min | 2 years ago

"e r md" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"So I'm guessing it could be more inflammatory Tori conditions that If you look at Acne it's just little inflammations all up and down and a number of people have found that when they follow a healthy not plant based diet it goes away now. I WanNa stay tuned on this. Because I. We'll see some people where they go on a Vegan Diet and especially getting away from their skin just clears up. Miraculously I've seen some other people who say they feel that for them it's salt or oils or other things so I think it's good to be open to different things contributing to to these. He's but it's quite clear that it's it's a response to something in the Diet for many people. The the case study using the book as Nina and Randa they wrote their own book they did basically teenage girls mutual friends of ours And the acne that that they had was pretty severe. You're right and the reversal was was profound. They were miserable with it. And I mean any kid is self conscious but they were also performers musicians and if you yeah we're not gonNA have a good stage presence but for them it was the the answer was Vegan and blow fat so they they scrupulously got rid of the fats and that seemed to help them enormously. Thomas Louis So what can you say. I encourage people to just put it to work and try it out because when you look at cultures that haven't have not Westernized. They're very few left but they did not seem to have much acne until the cheeseburgers and right because shows up one of the things that that I've been struggling with lately is is sleep like I've been traveling a lot I'm waking up in different places all all the time. I'm on the move and my sleep. Despite best efforts in this crazy routine that I have to ensure a restful night is becoming more and more elusive And I know that it has to be related to my hormonal health. Or something being out of whack. So what what have you learned about. Not only the importance of sleep but how lifestyle and diet impact sleep and what's going on kind kind of hormonally with that. There's a bunch of things going on let me start And I'm not GonNa talk about you. I'm GonNa talk about other other other folks because some of this won't apply to you First of all people are having all kinds of trouble sleeping You are not alone but for anybody else. I'M GONNA say Number One starve caffeine and look at that because Even if all you have is a cup of coffee in the morning different people eliminate caffeine at different rates and for a lot of people about a quarter cup of coffee is still circulating in your brain gene at nine o'clock at night and so it doesn't mean you can't sleep. What it means is your sleep will be lighter? And it'll be more easily disrupted and then number two is alcohol A lot lot of people will unwind with a glass of wine and that will make them fall asleep. But in the middle of the night your liver transforms alcohol into something else called L. All to hide SNL to hide. And it's a stimulant and so four o'clock in the morning you'll wake up and it's kind of deriving the brain rain and it's a certain kind of awaking it's not that beautiful isn't the early morning hours. Isn't this wonderful. It's this kind of creepy feeling of having poisoned in your system and the more a person the drinks the more this happens so those are just things I would recommend anybody else to think about but Physical activity is is really important. None of this relates to you it because your voice does drink caffeine in the morning. I have a cup of coffee right here because now is that thing where it's like. I didn't sleep well. Last night deals comment on my game. Name thank you. That's so nice. Yeah physical activities. I mean there's some people were all day long. All they do is this there. We're GONNA thumbs on their their hand held and get no no exercise their reading a book and then they close it and try to sleep there. If your muscles are tired they demand sleep. Asleep is not just for your brain. It's for your muscles to allow you to stop movie. You're supposed to just be turned off and let's repair So if a person has not had physical activity hi encourage them to do some some squats and push up something to just strain your muscles a little bit before you go to sleep and you'll find it helps The next thing and this will sound completely Kuku but bear with me If you look at your dog your cat it's getting toward evening. And they stretch stretch out their leg and do a big yawn and then they curl up and go to sleep and you look at your child. Does this guy exactly the same thing. Go through all this thing. You're stretching a young they do this kind of Preparatory thanks for going to sleep. I don't know why it works but as adults what do we do. We're watching TV We click it off and we put her down. We go through that so when nobody is watching. If you're having trouble sleeping when nobody is watching do this a half hour before your sleep. Time stretch out your arms in a huge stretch and the open your mouth and make a big yawn it will be totally fake. It won't be real but you're just doing going through the motions. Do that four times and it will become real and you will notice that for some reason it turned on the sleep mechanism. But now I know that sounds Kuku but try it you'll see And the last thing let's talk about neural hormones and the brain neurotransmitters One of these is called Serotonin and Syrah tone is involved in mood. It's involved in sleep If a person eats a lot of protein gene of any source it prevents Serotonin from getting to work. And so you'll find that you have more trouble sleeping. And this is why people apple discovered on their own that if they're having kind of carb heavy meal in the dinner they sleep better so if I had pasta I have rice but I'm not having super high protein things things I sleep better. And the reason is that a high carbohydrate diet allows serotonin to become active in the brain and improves sleep yet. Induces that Food Comma Ma basically. Yes well it is is all the blood going to your digestive system. Is it not and Partly but but you know the some of the food coma coma is a different thing when people talk about Say The post Thanksgiving Dinner Food Coma. That's not that is not from the the trip to fan in the Turkey creating tone and that's because 'cause they eat all that grease that got into your blood and their blood is now so viscous their their brain can barely be oxygenated that that's really that food coma. But but ah let's say you wake up in the middle of the nights to in the morning Go to the fridge and just pull out some bread and have a couple of slices of just plain bread. Lie Down and the Serotonin will just performed and you'll does right back to sleep. How dare you suggest we? I think I think bread is a beats the heck out of sleeping pills. Well let's talk in any kind of carbohydrate. We'll do we'll do the same. Let's talk about grains grains have been demonized There's this idea out there that we should be removing all grains from our diet and eating this low car protocol. So what say you I say nonsense First of all if you look at the the populations around the around the world live the longest the blue zones where this comes from Dan mutineers great work where he they marked in blue all the places on the map where people lived along longtime their dietary staples are never meet not even fish. It's always some kind of grain product Legumes and so forth talking about Okinawa. Costa Rica Loma Linda. California the let's Vegans and then if you look even further back we are not carnivores. We are great apes along with chimpanzees Gorillas Orangutans Bonobos. They are not eating ice cream They're not eating pork chops. They don't eat meat at all with rare exceptions They're either eat phenomenal amounts of fruit That's a big thing. And they'll leaves. And so forth. So we are designed in my view to be herbivores now the fact that people can lose his way to Cuba. KETOGENIC diet is simply a sign that you carbohydrates are a lot of what we eat. If you take all that away you are going to lose weight. Take away anything. You're more likely to lose weight. But it's not a healthy way to do it We touched on mood a little bit ago but I think it's worth diving a little bit deeper into depression because we are mired in a bit of a mental health crisis. Depression rates are through the roof. And there's lots of ideas ideas around what's generating this Loss of connection and community. And you know our addiction to our devices and our sedentary lifestyles etc.. But what what does it look like from a hormonal perspective First of all. It should be said that. Why while it's true that stresses can can work on our our brains there? There's no question about it and life is stressful for lots of people But depression is not just something psychological goal where my feelings were hurt. Or I've had a law since I'm miserable Depression can be just flat out physical and we learned this Decades ago go with a drug called researching it's an anti Anti hypertensive drugs to lower blood pressure and people were put on this drug. Their blood pressure does your came down but their moods which sometimes is collapse. And what's that about. Well it turns out that the the compounds that affect but pressure like norepinephrine for example will also affect mood and you take them away. It's just like letting the air out of your tires so that led has to think all right if it's not just life events but it also can have something to do with physical things. Well what am I getting myself with more than anything else that you don't see yourself with food and one of the most shocking Research Studies came out of Scandinavia. Where they looked at women who had postpartum psychosis this is? This is an off the scale serious mental problem. The woman has given birth to three days later. She starts to become delusional. She's hallucinating listening for her. Brain is just unplugged Very very serious condition and the researchers discovered through blood tests that the women had what are called KS as orphans in their blood. KSM orphans come from milk products And we've identified them in if a woman eats cheese or milk the casing protein breaks down to release these morphine like compounds that attached to the brain and can cause a variety of effects in in this case. It was the women's own breast milk that they had given birth thereby started making breast milk. And some of it was leaking into their blood Breaking breaking down to release Keizo. Morphine poisoning their brains and caused him to be wildly. While the psychotic so take message here is not. Don't give birth earth on the the message here is is that Kaysone. morphines are serious business so I just described a really off the scale bizarre situation. What about the person who's just dosing themselves with these things a little bit every day? Two or three dairy servings there are some more F- in milk when milk into cheese. He's there's a lot more of them and if you look at the rise in cheese consumption over decades its parallels the rise in obesity the rise in mental health issues and all kinds of other things. I'm not saying there aren't other contributors. There are but I have been struck by the fact that people are eating. Foods is that frankly cheeses loaded with saturated fat so slows you down. It's going to interfere with your athletic ability because you your your muscles. Just can't oxygen nate. If you've got Bassolino in your blood but the chemicals in it can affect the brain directly have there been studies that have directly looked at The implications occasions of certain types of foods on levels of depression. Yes I'm there have been not enough but there have been studies that started out as observational studies. He's looking at the kind of gyco trial where we brought in people for other reasons than just their moods get better researchers have brought in people specifically looking at their mood and found that if you compare percent on a Vegan Diet a person on a Pesky -Tarian Diet a person on a amoy-based the vegans tend to have lower levels. It's up to pressure and lower levels anxiety they're still all kinds of reasons to be miserable Particularly if you're Vegan every five seconds someone is GonNa say. Where do you get your protein?.

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"e r md" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

13:36 min | 2 years ago

"e r md" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"She gained weight And she started to get pain in her abdomen and it got worse than it. We're and we're Persson and it worsened with her cycle in particular And so eventually her doctor did a laparoscopy were you looking to the abdomen. Little scope and he gave her diagnosis assists in the diagnosis is endometriosis. That's where the lining of the uterus is shedding cells. That travel up an implant all around the abdomen and because pain because they swell with your cycle but they also will strangle the Philippian tubes causing infertility anyhow a lot of women who will have a trace of this for some women. It is debilitating miserable. I'm talking about fistfuls of Ibuprofen. Don't get through the day and hysterectomy is basically the protocol that's often. What was recommended recommended her? And if painkillers and hormonal treatments don't work. That's kind of your option. And in fact she's scheduled her hysterectomy however Before four she could have it a friend of hers said Catherine. Let's try a diet change. Maybe this'll help you well. She would low fat Vegan That was basically clear yet and started almost immediately to get better like like. You're saying rich that that it wasn't a longtime and week by week feeling better and better and better. She went back and had another laparoscopy so the doctor looked around abdomen and then sewed her up and the doctor went out to the waiting room to find her husband and said this is really amazing. The the doctor said her endometriosis has effectively disappeared and her husband said. I'm not surprised you know. She went vegan completely. Change Your Diet. And she's been feeling better and better and better and the doctor said no no no no. No no can't be that he can't be that their diet doesn't cause something was wrong with. You would definitely be because of the Vegan Diet. There's something that's good. It can't be that the doctor said there's only one explanation for this. This must be a miracle so the doctor I think wrote miracle and and she never. She doesn't have any any anymore went away. She never had the hysterectomy. She has three children now and in fact she joined the Physicians Committees Food for Life Group and Catherine Lives in Dallas and now teaches other women how to take back their their health. Now let me be clear. I do want to say a word for not. Everybody not necessarily gets better. They're all kind. Life is not fair and there's some people who may have endometriosis her cramps or fragility issues or whatever where Diet change only does so much good or maybe not at all. Those people should not feel ashamed or not doing it right or something. Our bodies our fragile things go wrong with it all the time just like your car. It's not gonNA last forever for any of us but we've got some tools that are so cool and and M- my message and the message of your body in balance is. Let's use foods to get you into balanced not a pill not something else. Let's use Diet and lifestyle. I was just speaking with somebody the other day. A woman who is struggling into to lose weight and she feels like. She's doing everything right and she was telling me how she was going to go. Get a hormone panel done to try to figure out if there was something something else that that she wasn't seeing wasn't being addressed so talk to me about the implications of of your hormones being out of whack hormone. Hey Hey wires you call it on waking and the inability to to shed pounds. We've done a number of the research studies where we've compared various kinds of diet And the one that seems to cause the most consistent weight loss is one that has really two characteristics. This one is it avoids the animal products but the other thing is we do have to keep oils really low and that's an important message because many people will look at but I'm gonNA call good fats. ADS like Avocados and nuts and things and they are good fats but if a person is struggling with their weight those foods to be really calorie dense and it's super easy for your body to absorb. Some people can eat those foods with no difficulty at all but some others. They'll just find that their weight loss starts when those foods are a really minimized to Another piece of this though. There's some folks who they go to the doctor. I I've really had this unexplained weight gain or just can't can't lose it and my energy is not not really very hot and my hair is changing. There's something wrong wrong wrong with with how I feel the doctor. He says. I think I think we need to blood test and the doctors comes out with a diagnosis of hypothyroidism. And your thyroid is at the base of your neck and your thyroid regulates your metabolism if your body needs more energy your thyroid's the one that's going to give it to you and if your thyroid is not behaving you just don't have energy you can't you you your. Your metabolism isn't stuck in first gear and ninety nine times out of one hundred. You you got a prescription for thyroid. Hormone and I'm going to say is that we know a lot now about what actually is causing this and it's not a deficiency agency of that prescription so what is causing it if you look around the world The biggest reason is a lack of iodine and In America it's a little bit different but just looking worldwide. It's a lack of iodine and diners in the Ocean and Seaweed has lots of iodine in it and so if you're eating your seaweed salad or you're having your Vegan Sushi that Nori around in rockaway and USA soup you're getting all the iodine you could ever want Around Nineteen Ninety Twenty S. There was a lot of hypothyroidism in the United States that was solved by iodized salt. The Morton Salt Company. So let's put iodine and that kind of wiped it out for the United States however it didn't eliminate hypothyroidism from other causes in the biggest. 'cause now is actually an auto immune reaction where your body thinks there's some invader and you're you're like bacteria or a virus and so your body is making antibodies to destroy. Whatever that invader is your body will make antibodies? The virus comes in and you're not married But in this case there's there isn't a virus and there isn't a bacterium there. There's something got in your body that you're reacting to and those antibodies. Antibodies then go to the thyroid and attack your own thyroid gland. It's the same as rheumatoid arthritis. You're making. Antibodies says. Something something and those antibodies destroy synovium lining of your joint And these autoimmune reactions there many many of them they can affect your skin all kinds of stuff so we started to discover that there were people whose thyroid's were clearly off. I mean they were hypothyroid. Then make a diet change. And they're leaving. Certain things out and there are thyroid condition goes away now. This is a completely new frontier. I have to tell you about a year before I wrote this book. I would not have said said that. This is possible. I accept that now. So many of these people And here's what we believe is happening. What we believe is happening? Is that the dairy proteins and other proteins are regarded by the body as foreign. They are for it and so your immune system recognizes them as foreign develops antibodies against them. And it's those antibodies end up attacking you you same process in type one diabetes. A Little Kid Eight year old kid. is fed. COW's milk not not mother's breast milk milk from a cow body. He says wait a minute. That's four hundred eighty two attack. It makes antibodies to attack those foreign proteins. Those same antibodies. Then destroy his own insulin producing cells in the pancreas There's a we need more research on on that. But there's a lot of evidence that that's the case Kids who don't consume cow's milk have a lot less risk of type one diabetes. IBP So in the case of the thyroid these antibodies do two things they can turn off hypothyroidism in some cases they turn it on too much. Hyper thyroid ISM. So what. We're what I think we need to do. Is a lot more research studies. Now Yeah where we go into Andrew can offices and instead instead of handing out prescriptions left and right we take six weeks eight weeks twelve weeks and just see to what extent getting that junk out of the Diet can cool down this auto immune reaction. Yeah it's interesting that there isn't more research on this. I mean you open the book by saying these are very recent findings. A lot more work has to be done like. You're you're Y- you. It's not a disclaimer. But you're saying look. We're learning as we go here and this is kind of a new frontier but it seems like this would be something. I mean. I- thyroid is. There's something out of flex a lot of people. All these things are and in certain areas of that we've talked about. We have plenty of Information Diet and breast cancer. I would view now it's a slam dunk. That a woman diagnosed with breast cancer would do very well to follow a completely healthy plant based Diet and frankly before the diagnosis ever occurs. We should use that kind of diet to prevent it With regard to The mental pain that I described we have done very careful. randomized clinical trial wild shows. The Diet works so I don't think anybody's going to say that that's not true. But but some of these areas like thyroid and also mood How food foods affect everybody knows that hormones can affect your your mood and how Moody Those Moody Days of the month and all that kind of stuff? We did a research study at GEICO. The car car insurance company because their headquarters in DC right there in DC near you. They're right there about three blocks from my office and so years ago we decided to do a study together where anybody at Geiko who wanted to do a Vegan Diet to lose weight or to improve diabetes. We'd help them to it. And in the course of it it was an eighteen in week study and people. Just would you expect happen. I mean they lost weight or diabetes. Got Better but along the way. We asked everybody to fill out questionnaires on how they felt. They didn't know what we were looking at. But what we were looking at was mood depression anxiety and both of those seem to remit to quite a substantial degree. They weren't brought for that reason. They Ju Ju these are just people who wanted to do better now. Part of that could be that. I'm using wait. My diabetes better control. I feel better. That's true the other thing though always that diet effects your gut your microbiome and if I- repopulate your intestinal tract with friendly bacteria those bacteria are no longer making nasty stuff that can affect the brain. Yeah well the the the nexus between the microbiome and the brain is really fascinating and that that seems to be you know on the vanguard of emerging science and it's pretty cool to see what's coming out from people that are looking at. I hope that we look into it much much more. There have been some very good researchers who have put this to the test independent from what we have done bringing in people and tracking their mood and changing their diets and a variety of ways. And I have to say I hear again. I think we need more research. But but what we have seen is quite consistent evidence that people on plant based diets do feel better. Specifically with regard to reductions anxiety and reductions. In depression we also found reduced the absenteeism but the Keita Genyk Diet seems to have the reverse effect where people seem to feel worse. Another glad if they're losing weight or something like that but it's not a diet to get the brain back into into better function One of the things that that you go into in detail in addition to increasing your fiber in your diet and reducing the fat you get real specific on on the oil thing so you know we're we're in a moment right now where there's a lot of confusion about about oils in healthy fats. And this is a healthy oil as if we're suffering from an olive olive oil deficiency or something like that Widespread acceptance of this notion. That coconut oil is health food. So talk a little bit about that and also This part where you discuss Omega threes is problematic. Which I thought was interesting interesting and I hadn't seen anybody kind of talk about that in that way because we all think about Omega threes is the healthy fat that we that were if anything? That's the one we're trying to get more life. Well will they are. You need The the body has a need for two fats. One is Alpha linoleic. Acid Neten Omega three. The other is LINOLEIC no layoffs. Acid that's frankly everywhere. You'RE NOT GONNA get low on that but Alpha Lynn Lennick. ACID is in lots of seeds and plants of various kinds in your body. Lengthens it into the other Omega threes. That you need Like Dha for the brain And so some people have said well you know that lengthening process. This is pretty slow and so maybe I should take fish because the fish have the preformed. Dha in the And they've been trying to sell this for all kinds of stuff staff and frankly it hasn't panned out very well for the fish oil sales people because DHA supplements don't really seem to reduce heart risk. And at least so far. They haven't haven't been very effective against Alzheimer's whatnot However researchers have discovered something really kind of frightening which is if you have too much? Dha in your blood. Or or if you're supplementing for men prostate cancer risk goes way up and at first this seemed like a fluke because because funny things can happen in studies that you don't expect but it has shown up consistently enough that the researchers now.

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"e r md" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

12:26 min | 2 years ago

"e r md" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"Critical eye and and also look for consistency of findings. If somebody tells you vegetables are not good for you or you know an apple is going to hurt. You means whatever I mean. There's certain common sense wants things that we know and the scientific studies are so clear so uniform from observational studies to randomized clinical trials. And everything that a plant based Diet it is a healthy the closer you get to an entirely plant based at the better off. You're getting Well here we are. You're on the precipice of releasing. It's like you're Fifteenth Book Right. You're a busy guy which is amazing so explain to me? What drew drew your attention to hormonal health? And why you've chosen to put a lens on this. At this time rich I stumbled into this completely by accident. Because we think about food is affecting in your weight or your cholesterol but I was sitting at my desk Monday and my phone rang and it was young woman who said Dr Bernard I can't get out of bed. What's the problem and many women have some menstrual pain? But for maybe one in ten or so it's off. The scale cannot function for a day or two days and this was her. She said my mother told me I should call you and you can help and so I said well I can give you some painkillers for a couple of days but I started to think about what are what are cramps And Menstrual cramps to put it simply are the lining of the uterus is being thickened up every month in anticipation of pregnancy. Let's see and it's hormones. It's estrogen does that. And if you have extra estrogen female sex hormone that uterine lining thickens up a whole lot more and at the end of the month It all is disintegrates in menstrual flow but as it disintegrates that thick lining releases prostate glands. That caused cramping so. She's telling your symptoms. I thought wait a minute. I wonder if you've got too much estrogen in your blood. Somehow and IT R- ran through my mind that I remembered from physiology one on one that your deliver has a way of removing estrogen. It takes it out of the blood your liver filters your blood pulls it out and sends it down through the bile duct into the intestinal tract. And as long as there's plenty of fiber and your intestine it just flush all that estrogen away the excess if there's not fiber in your digestive tract because you ate Velveeta for lunch then those estrogens go back into circulation and your your Estrogen levels as do I so I said to her. How about this? Let's try and experimental give you painkillers for a couple of days. But for the next month would you like to try a diet that might might help. No animal products keep oils really really low foods as natural as possible. Four weeks slater. She called me back and said this is astounding. My period came zero symptoms. Nothing and then in the months that followed same story but then she she loosened up her diet. A little bit pain came back so I thought okay. That's one person so I I connected with our friends at Georgetown University Department of Obstetrics Metrics in gynecology. And we did a research study we brought in a large group of women. They all had moderate to severe pain every month. We split them into a placebo group effectively and a Vegan group and it works on the first thing they noticed is that pms was was Bloating and water attention cut way down and then mood changes that they had been bothered by were reduced and then when we track their pain. It was fewer days and less noticeably less intensity so I thought okay. That's that's really important. But but Richard in the course of this study. We told all the women. Please don't take any hormonal preparations in the course of the study. 'cause it's going to goof up our results and that includes birth control pills so if you're sexually active please use some other method head because we don't want the hormones to To interfere one of the women said. Don't worry about me. My husband and I gave up trying to have a baby years ago as not him. We protested it's me I don't really she she. She just was not releasing eggs on any kind of predictable basis the second month that she was on the Vegan Diet she came in and said. Dr Bernard I've got bad news and I've got good news. Said what is it when leaving your study because because I am pregnant she was pregnant and about eight years later. I was giving a lecture in different cities and I didn't realize she had moved. She came to my lecture and told me about her three kids kids What I'm saying is that hormones affect pain? They affect fertility the effect hormone related cancers like breast cancer prostate cancer So many things and everybody is rolling these dials on their hormone levels by the food choices they make every day without having any conception of what is what is happening so the reason I wrote your body in balance is I thought well. Let's get your body in Balance Because all of these things make people miserable In some some cases they just make you miserable in other cases like hormone related cancers. They can kill you. So let's get this information out there. And yes if people want to buy prescription drugs fair fair enough if you need to have a hysterectomy for endometriosis maybe but if we can if we can just change your lunch and dinner and and do it like that. Let's do that. Yeah I mean those are some pretty dramatic results so walk me through the first example that you gave was the impact of of increasing fiber into that person's Diet but the study that you conduct it was going at full Vegan so those are two different things. So let's maybe talk about just nutrition in general and its impact on hormonal health and kind of differentiate between those two things. Okay The reason that we went full on beacon is I gave you one example that fiber but it's not all there there is to it. This whole area started being studied. Oh twenty years ago Maybe more for for cancer patient's breast cancer. Patients have one thing on their mind. Which is I? Don't my cancer to recur. And so researchers have looked at dietary eighteen changes that reduce estrogens for cancer patients and they found two things. The first is fiber at which I mentioned earlier. A high fiber Diet fleshes these estrogens away quite literally but the other thing is fat animal fat and even oils vegetable oils for recent that. I don't know the mechanism. We haven't figured get it out if if I take a group of women and put them on a fatty diet their estrogen levels rise. And you can do both together. You could say high fiber low fat high fat fat low fiber and you could see estrogen going up and down and up and down very rapidly so we thought okay. I don't want any animal fat your diet at all. I mean Vegan but we went a step further author and kept oil's low so what that means is that everything. You're eating has fiber everything you're eating from plant. There's nothing in your diet. That's not a plant and so you're getting abundant fiber very little fat and we thought that would work the best. It does right so high fiber low fat fat hope basically whole foods plant based Diet and over the course of this book you kind of go through a whole battery of different mm-hmm maladies that I think are really Affecting so many people right now. I mean breast cancer. There's like one out of eight women or something like prostate. Cancer is one out of every nine men. Infertility rates are insanely high right. Now there's lots of opinions about what's contributing to that that Beyond Hormonal Health Waking Thyroid Moods hot flashes you know endometriosis which you mentioned menopause acne acne fibroids like the whole the whole thing right so you make this decision to divide this book up into basically a couple of different categories. The first is related to sex sex hormones and fertility and ovulation the next relates to metabolism and mood. So why don't we just go through it. I mean talking a little bit about sex hormones right now But this fertility thing is super interesting I mean I know I'm sure you know you know tons of couples that are having trouble conceiving and ivf the like are you know things that you're just hearing about more and more and more all the time and I think they're variety of could contributors and some may have nothing to do with diet that's possible or they may have to chemicals you're being exposed to without being aware of it But Diet is is a big part of it. One of the obvious things is is that People are gaining more weight than they used to. And they're gaining weight earlier We see a lot of kids where childhood obesity has become a thing. And if you look at when and at what wait is your fertility the best. It's actually not when you're a little bit overweight person I think. Wow how if I'm overweight. That's going to be helpful in somebody The when fertility for women is at its highest. It's on the thin side of normal With you don't WanNa be overly Vinh. That's not good. But you definitely don't want to be overweight. Fertility is impaired. And why would that be because fat cells are not just little lifeless bags of calories. They are hormone factories. And this is also true in men if you go to the beach see overweight men with their shirts off and they've got some breast development and that is because as they've gained weight their own body fat is making estrogens causing breast tissue formation So in a woman You need a certain amount of estrogen. You don't need a huge boatload because that'll interfere with reality and then there's a dairy connection which completely blew me away The dairy in this case. It's not the it's there are hormone in dairy. Dairy is as you know the estrogen dairy. And that's probably part of it. But the sugar in dairy products lactose breaks down in your body to release go lactose breakdown product and that's to the ovaries. It's linked to ovarian cancer it's linked to infertility Tilleke and the most amazing thing. If you look at countries that have the least dairy intake they tend to have a pretty good preservation of artillery in a woman. Who's from her late twenties to early Thirties Increase she's GONNA tend to maintain fertility you go to a place like the United States where where people consume a lot of dairy. There's this enormous drop infertility between the late twenties in the late thirties. And it goes right along with the lactose intake so so my point is Dairy does it do the body good. Yeah wow that's amazing so in terms of addressing that you dietary protocols but there's also lifestyle I got to exercise you got to lose a certain amount of weight. There's a whole section on on on chemicals which I want to get into as well because I think that's a big part of this that people don't talk a lot about but what was amazing is the reversals. That you're seeing. This book is filled with all these anecdotes of patients. That you've treated. Where the turnaround times are really quite rapid? A one yes. They are In the mental paint study that I described briefly where the women. They're they're paying improved. That was in the second cycle eight weeks time Will you get better with go to twelve weeks. Sheriff Sixteen weeks. Yeah absolutely but the changes are quick and one of the stories stories. True story that I have really been struck by was that of a woman Katherine Lawrence. Who was in the Air Force Went to Iraq doc in two thousand and three She designed military basis and when she got back home Her friends said Catherine. What all did you miss when you over in Iraq? which foods did you miss? And she missed cheese so she had a friend who gave her not making this up. Forty eight boxes those little blue boxes of macaroni and cheese for forty eight days straight straight. She ate Mac and cheese dinners. That are ran caver so anyway. She gained weight And she started to get pain in her abdomen and it got worse than it. We're and we're Persson and it worsened with her cycle in particular And so eventually.

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"e r md" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

12:23 min | 2 years ago

"e r md" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"If somebody tells you vegetables are not good for you or you know an apple is going to hurt. You means whatever I mean. There's certain common sense wants things that we know and the scientific studies are so clear so uniform from observational studies to randomized clinical trials. And everything that a plant based Diet it is a healthy the closer you get to an entirely plant based at the better off. You're getting Well here we are. You're on the precipice of releasing. It's like you're Fifteenth Book Right. You're a busy guy which is amazing so explain to me? What drew drew your attention to hormonal health? And why you've chosen to put a lens on this. At this time rich I stumbled into this completely by accident. Because we think about food is affecting in your weight or your cholesterol but I was sitting at my desk Monday and my phone rang and it was young woman who said Dr Bernard I can't get out of bed. What's the problem and many women have some menstrual pain? But for maybe one in ten or so it's off. The scale cannot function for a day or two days and this was her. She said my mother told me I should call you and you can help and so I said well I can give you some painkillers for a couple of days but I started to think about what are what are cramps And Menstrual cramps to put it simply are the lining of the uterus is being thickened up every month in anticipation of pregnancy. Let's see and it's hormones. It's estrogen does that. And if you have extra estrogen female sex hormone that uterine lining thickens up a whole lot more and at the end of the month It all is disintegrates in menstrual flow but as it disintegrates that thick lining releases prostate glands. That caused cramping so. She's telling your symptoms. I thought wait a minute. I wonder if you've got too much estrogen in your blood. Somehow and IT R- ran through my mind that I remembered from physiology one on one that your deliver has a way of removing estrogen. It takes it out of the blood your liver filters your blood pulls it out and sends it down through the bile duct into the intestinal tract. And as long as there's plenty of fiber and your intestine it just flush all that estrogen away the excess if there's not fiber in your digestive tract because you ate Velveeta for lunch then those estrogens go back into circulation and your your Estrogen levels as do I so I said to her. How about this? Let's try and experimental give you painkillers for a couple of days. But for the next month would you like to try a diet that might might help. No animal products keep oils really really low foods as natural as possible. Four weeks slater. She called me back and said this is astounding. My period came zero symptoms. Nothing and then in the months that followed same story but then she she loosened up her diet. A little bit pain came back so I thought okay. That's one person so I I connected with our friends at Georgetown University Department of Obstetrics Metrics in gynecology. And we did a research study we brought in a large group of women. They all had moderate to severe pain every month. We split them into a placebo group effectively and a Vegan group and it works on the first thing they noticed is that pms was was Bloating and water attention cut way down and then mood changes that they had been bothered by were reduced and then when we track their pain. It was fewer days and less noticeably less intensity so I thought okay. That's that's really important. But but Richard in the course of this study. We told all the women. Please don't take any hormonal preparations in the course of the study. 'cause it's going to goof up our results and that includes birth control pills so if you're sexually active please use some other method head because we don't want the hormones to To interfere one of the women said. Don't worry about me. My husband and I gave up trying to have a baby years ago as not him. We protested it's me I don't really she she. She just was not releasing eggs on any kind of predictable basis the second month that she was on the Vegan Diet she came in and said. Dr Bernard I've got bad news and I've got good news. Said what is it when leaving your study because because I am pregnant she was pregnant and about eight years later. I was giving a lecture in different cities and I didn't realize she had moved. She came to my lecture and told me about her three kids kids What I'm saying is that hormones affect pain? They affect fertility the effect hormone related cancers like breast cancer prostate cancer So many things and everybody is rolling these dials on their hormone levels by the food choices they make every day without having any conception of what is what is happening so the reason I wrote your body in balance is I thought well. Let's get your body in Balance Because all of these things make people miserable In some some cases they just make you miserable in other cases like hormone related cancers. They can kill you. So let's get this information out there. And yes if people want to buy prescription drugs fair fair enough if you need to have a hysterectomy for endometriosis maybe but if we can if we can just change your lunch and dinner and and do it like that. Let's do that. Yeah I mean those are some pretty dramatic results so walk me through the first example that you gave was the impact of of increasing fiber into that person's Diet but the study that you conduct it was going at full Vegan so those are two different things. So let's maybe talk about just nutrition in general and its impact on hormonal health and kind of differentiate between those two things. Okay The reason that we went full on beacon is I gave you one example that fiber but it's not all there there is to it. This whole area started being studied. Oh twenty years ago Maybe more for for cancer patient's breast cancer. Patients have one thing on their mind. Which is I? Don't my cancer to recur. And so researchers have looked at dietary eighteen changes that reduce estrogens for cancer patients and they found two things. The first is fiber at which I mentioned earlier. A high fiber Diet fleshes these estrogens away quite literally but the other thing is fat animal fat and even oils vegetable oils for recent that. I don't know the mechanism. We haven't figured get it out if if I take a group of women and put them on a fatty diet their estrogen levels rise. And you can do both together. You could say high fiber low fat high fat fat low fiber and you could see estrogen going up and down and up and down very rapidly so we thought okay. I don't want any animal fat your diet at all. I mean Vegan but we went a step further author and kept oil's low so what that means is that everything. You're eating has fiber everything you're eating from plant. There's nothing in your diet. That's not a plant and so you're getting abundant fiber very little fat and we thought that would work the best. It does right so high fiber low fat fat hope basically whole foods plant based Diet and over the course of this book you kind of go through a whole battery of different mm-hmm maladies that I think are really Affecting so many people right now. I mean breast cancer. There's like one out of eight women or something like prostate. Cancer is one out of every nine men. Infertility rates are insanely high right. Now there's lots of opinions about what's contributing to that that Beyond Hormonal Health Waking Thyroid Moods hot flashes you know endometriosis which you mentioned menopause acne acne fibroids like the whole the whole thing right so you make this decision to divide this book up into basically a couple of different categories. The first is related to sex sex hormones and fertility and ovulation the next relates to metabolism and mood. So why don't we just go through it. I mean talking a little bit about sex hormones right now But this fertility thing is super interesting I mean I know I'm sure you know you know tons of couples that are having trouble conceiving and ivf the like are you know things that you're just hearing about more and more and more all the time and I think they're variety of could contributors and some may have nothing to do with diet that's possible or they may have to chemicals you're being exposed to without being aware of it But Diet is is a big part of it. One of the obvious things is is that People are gaining more weight than they used to. And they're gaining weight earlier We see a lot of kids where childhood obesity has become a thing. And if you look at when and at what wait is your fertility the best. It's actually not when you're a little bit overweight person I think. Wow how if I'm overweight. That's going to be helpful in somebody The when fertility for women is at its highest. It's on the thin side of normal With you don't WanNa be overly Vinh. That's not good. But you definitely don't want to be overweight. Fertility is impaired. And why would that be because fat cells are not just little lifeless bags of calories. They are hormone factories. And this is also true in men if you go to the beach see overweight men with their shirts off and they've got some breast development and that is because as they've gained weight their own body fat is making estrogens causing breast tissue formation So in a woman You need a certain amount of estrogen. You don't need a huge boatload because that'll interfere with reality and then there's a dairy connection which completely blew me away The dairy in this case. It's not the it's there are hormone in dairy. Dairy is as you know the estrogen dairy. And that's probably part of it. But the sugar in dairy products lactose breaks down in your body to release go lactose breakdown product and that's to the ovaries. It's linked to ovarian cancer it's linked to infertility Tilleke and the most amazing thing. If you look at countries that have the least dairy intake they tend to have a pretty good preservation of artillery in a woman. Who's from her late twenties to early Thirties Increase she's GONNA tend to maintain fertility you go to a place like the United States where where people consume a lot of dairy. There's this enormous drop infertility between the late twenties in the late thirties. And it goes right along with the lactose intake so so my point is Dairy does it do the body good. Yeah wow that's amazing so in terms of addressing that you dietary protocols but there's also lifestyle I got to exercise you got to lose a certain amount of weight. There's a whole section on on on chemicals which I want to get into as well because I think that's a big part of this that people don't talk a lot about but what was amazing is the reversals. That you're seeing. This book is filled with all these anecdotes of patients. That you've treated. Where the turnaround times are really quite rapid? A one yes. They are In the mental paint study that I described briefly where the women. They're they're paying improved. That was in the second cycle eight weeks time Will you get better with go to twelve weeks. Sheriff Sixteen weeks. Yeah absolutely but the changes are quick and one of the stories stories. True story that I have really been struck by was that of a woman Katherine Lawrence. Who was in the Air Force Went to Iraq doc in two thousand and three She designed military basis and when she got back home Her friends said Catherine. What all did you miss when you over in Iraq? which foods did you miss? And she missed cheese so she had a friend who gave her not making this up. Forty eight boxes those little blue boxes of macaroni and cheese for forty eight days straight straight. She ate Mac and cheese dinners. That are ran caver so anyway. She gained weight And she started to get pain in her abdomen and it got worse than it. We're and we're Persson and it worsened with her cycle in particular And so eventually.

Cancer breast cancer painkillers Dr Bernard Menstrual cramps Iraq apple Katherine Lawrence Vegan group cramping Georgetown University Departme obesity slater Richard Vinh United States Persson Tilleke
"e r md" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"e r md" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"Up people? How you guys doing what's happening? My name is ritual. Twenty twenty is definitely happening and I am still your podcast host. Welcome so my good friend. Dr Neil Bernard. MD is on the pod today dropping in for his third appearance check episodes to forty two and two ninety-six six if you miss them. The first time around and today's discussion is focused specifically on the perils of unbalanced hormones hormones on human health but first Australia. This is my first on my appearance since I got back from a month down under her and as you might have heard me mention in my recent podcast with Julie I think it's fair to say I was in desperate need of an an extended break. I hadn't taken any legitimate true time off in honestly seven years so I made a commitment last year around this this time to carve out the entire month of December so I worked my butt off the entire year and basically ended up doubling my workload in October and in November two bank a ton of episodes so I could take the entire month of December off and keep the show rolling in my absence and I- -CCOMPLISH that it was an incredible credible gift. I realize I'm very blessed to be able to have been able to have this opportunity an entire month in Australia. No work no email email. I wouldn't say it was a one hundred percent digital detox. Those who follow me on social media that I did post here and there only one I I felt like it but otherwise and thanks to my amazing team who handled getting the show up on time in my absence without any hiccups whatsoever however I was really able to for the very first time in a very long time as far as I could remember to to let it all go and it was absolutely glorious three weeks and Sydney. I was staying right and Bondi beach which was just perfectly suited to everything that I wanted to do swimming every day at the beach which I also spent a week up in Byron Bay with my family which I gotta say is probably my new favorite place in the world. I never been there before. It was just phenomenal and I returned with a certain clarity. I'm refreshed renewed Energetic and and really enthusiastic nick for the year ahead and I have to say though that I decided last year that I wanted to go to Australia not knowing what would be occurring in this beautiful country and the whole experience was tempered. I should add due to the horrendous fires that are debilitating Australia something. Like two hundred fires fires have been blazing for over four months at this point and area twice. The size of Belgium has been devastated. I think it's the worst brushfires that have ever been recorded. And I think it's fair to say perhaps the most apocalyptic human created climate crisis of our time over five hundred million animals dead some some are citing perhaps a billion they're horrible images of Koalas and Kangaroos. That have been sacrificed. In this. If you're looking at the news or on social media untold thousands of people displaced human lives. Lost countless firefighters and rescue workers lives have been imperilled and there's no end currently incite although oh I do believe there was a bit of rain the other day. So that's great from what I understand. The smoke plume is wider than the size of Europe. I just saw the other day that some of the smoke from the fires has reached Chile. Which is unbelievable? And I didn't actually witness any fires firsthand. Most of my time was spent event in Sydney But I did experience Air Quality in Sydney that that was a times just basically unbelievable. Like you couldn't go outside. I was in the city and you could barely see across the harbour. You could barely see the bridge. It was just unbelievable I mean the devastation is unimaginable. It's horrendous Brandis. My heart breaks for everybody. WHO's been impacted by this assist? It's hard to wrap your head around it and it is not normal. I posted about this on instagram. The other day but just to reiterate. I think that this kind of Dystopia can leave one feeling helpless Because I think governments and policy have failed us. We're seeing this firsthand and it is indeed time to demand change and my hope is that this event will finally galvanize the social and political will that's required required to snap collective denial and face the uncomfortable truth of our ways and hopefully set emotion the global policy changes and seismic innovation from the private. It's sector that. I think we required for a sustainable world for ourselves and future generations. But here's the thing. All of that said Ed change still starts at home and we can't just resort.

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"e r md" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

08:59 min | 2 years ago

"e r md" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"MD here you're always Kimberly Bermel but not eat and co host eating euchre and Jeff flagstaff thank you so much for tuning in American medicine today I am Kimberly banality alongside the thing you happy to be here Jeffrey is playing hooky this week and along side this is world renowned orthopedic surgeon Dr Alfred but nothing. we have an exciting show lined up you'll hear a story of recovery that we're going to discuss illegal alien violence and then now social assess pool but first for decades experts believe that we're at the mercy of her jeans and that natural damage to our genes makes us becomes sick can grow old but what is aging is really just a treatable disease joining us right now is Dr David Sinclair professor of genetics at Harvard Medical School one of times most influential people and all three of the new book lifespan the revolutionary science of why we age and why we don't have to I am intrigued thank you for joining us doctor Sinclair I can we can have me out yes yeah we actually had you on lie wanna say late last year almost a year ago now and your I believe your book can come out yeah and it was fascinating and you sort of give us a tease of of what you have coming up and I know that many of the recent breakthroughs in aging research of actually come from your lab so tell us what you've discovered and what these vitality genes are all about. right well we've somehow medical school we have about forty people working hard to figure out the first step why we age on the second step which is why we don't have to age the way we do now so let me tell you about what people will find it in the book we're looking for for so why we age and in the book I talk about a theory that can explain many if not all of the last hundred years of observations about aging we know that if we we don't exercise we know that if we eat a bad diet we are always full we don't which contain hunger we know that those things don we too a long healthy life now what we discovered is that there are genetic pathways that are underneath all of this you know cells everyone of souls has these longevity came in by living a lifestyle and in some cases supplements and and in two cases trucks that are already on the market we can activate those pathways and give us a much healthier life for a bigger slice into our eighties and beyond leasing so are you referring to what's known as telomeres are telling Marie this when you're talking about horrible stories okay getting field on the doorway from anti oxidants in the nineteen nineties and discovered that there are genes that protect the body and then in terms of why we age we declared in maybe ten years ago that there are about nine hallmarks of eighty nine main course aging one of which is killing me shortening which got a lot of attention about twenty years ago and we go with a clear victory which found all nine because of aging but actually what I'm saying in my book and in papers that we're about to publish scientifically is that those hallmarks including chill initialing they don't explain why they occur in the first place we don't yet have a theory although I'm just about to put one out in the book that what's happening to the body to make all this happen are actually what are called epigenetic changes and epigenetic changes to the complex word. for the systems in the body that we need to change in the right way and so I what I'm saying is that always bad stuff including children shortening is at its core a loss of cells ability to reaching at the right time and that leads to all the diseases that we can call in old age so how can we treat the disease of aging so that we can stay young in useful and vigorous vibrant live a long time yes right there are a few ways and and actually I wrote a book because I have a lot of things to tell people about what can be done in their daily lives and what I do as well so folks get to part three of my book you'll see that there's a lot more than I can talk about here but essentially what I'm saying that if the doctor certainly to keep the body in a slightly stressed state now I'm not talking about emotional stress I'm talking about making the body feel like there's some adversity so that's why high intensity training so be out of breasts while running or walking fast for ten minutes is good the party gets nervous that there's adversity being hungry skipping a male sometimes two a day is what I do that hunger put the body in a state of the state address city and other things I talk about which is hot and cold temperatures you can close off too and other things as well what you should eight and when you shave those all activate what I call the survival circuit that keeps the body reading the gene the right way the way that also did when we were young that's one way what I talk about though is a breakthrough in my life that with just reporting to the scientific world that we figured out that the clock in the body that takes away and we can actually now reach in and we program the body said not just feel younger that literally be younger and we don't work of course in my snoring humans yet because it's very early so what we discovered is that aging is not a one way street it's actually reversible and that opens up all sorts of possible. it is for the near future so why don't you give us an exclusive here I get the you you keep touching on the fact that you have something to announce one once you do that for us I know I know you're not going to. well I could talk to put it because it's actually available online if you were to do a search for my name Sinclair and we programming and aging you would find out work already is available and so what's what the paper shows is that using currently a method called gene with programming the gene therapy currently we can we program possible now sizzle body or damaged part of the mouse's body to repair itself as though it was very young. for example if in my leg if we take an old mouse that's over a year of age and accounts see very well we all experienced this over the age of fifty we can provide a set of genes to themselves that we program the retina of the eye so that the eyes not just feeling better it's literally gone back about eight months in time and so that the mouse can now see like it was young again and that we think just the beginning of the going to bring the car around various parts of the body so that the heel and function like they get when we were young and that's long lasting that's not short term good question we don't know it's really early days we we think it'll be long lasting because it reaching very deep into this at the genome and altering it what's called DNA methylation which is essentially the real inner workings of the H. clock. we think that these should actually be a permanent H. reset and we don't know either how many times you can reset the right now or other parts of the body we don't know if it's a one time shot or you could reset a hundred times that's what's so exciting about this break how do you see this part is fascinating. so how far do you think you are from human trials for for for the molecule that mimics exercise and and fasting we have clinical trials on going across the road here however and those are those are going very well these are called in eighty degrees to which I talk a lot about in the book. but the future is that we're we're going to be trying gene therapy for patients with glaucoma and if that works in about two and a half three years from now then now we hope it'll be used more widely I remember reading that it was announced by the scientific community they were saying that the first person that's going to live to a hundred and fifty years of age is already alive there could be a baby out there right now do you do you agree with that sentiment well the point I make in my book is nothing is inevitable and everything is possible I think it's feasible that we could bring the average age of death up to eighty five ninety maybe even a hundred with the technologies that we have but it's very hard to know in a hundred years from now when when kids were born today will possibly still be alive what will they have maybe they could pop a pill and reprogram their entire body to go back twenty years or more so I think it's possible we could live far beyond what we can imagine today I don't think I need to put a number on it I think it's already exciting enough hi fi meat science Dr David Sinclair professor of genetics at Harvard Medical School one of times most influential people and author of the new book lifespan the revolutionary signs of why we age and why we don't thank you so much for being on the program thanks for having me. see when we got to that part I captivated and in our times. he just got in the mail make sure you stay tuned coming up after the break a story of.

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"e r md" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"e r md" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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"e r md" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"e r md" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Well, we knew our sinement. Maybe a day before until then we knew nothing. Really? So we were totally mystified about what we were going to do. Well, I'm wondering if you had a sense of what the resistance would be not on your island per se, but on the beaches. Well, they tried to tell us about the kind of fortifications we were going to find, but nobody could give us detailed information. It didn't know what they were going to get into Marvin. Sussman was in our studio earlier this year, that full interview is, on my Facebook page. I'm WGN king. John, and it's also on the WGN radio station page but maybe the easiest way to find it. If you're on Facebook just to like me, WGN, King, John, and you'll find our full conversation with Marv Sussman. I, I know that after that interview he was planning on going to France, he did and Nella thinks he's there now. He was one of the contingent to veterans that are the went over there for the seventy fifth anniversary. I'm not sure if he's there in today or if he'll win exactly he'll be back, but we'll bring them back into the studio with his son and maybe do part two of that conversation he was delightful. And at the end of the interview, I sort of asked him. What advice does he have for America? Today. You know, we fully appreciate our freedom. And he said, something really surprised me that's at the end of that conversation. I, I don't think you will have seen it coming. If you listen to the full interview, I'm WGN king. John on Facebook. Thanks for all of your tax lot of you've called in texted to say, what a great job producer did in my absence. And how swell see Bertrand and John Hansen and Justin Kaufman and Pete McMurray. And everybody handled the joint, you know, that's one of the reasons you don't listen, if your radio guy when your way is because if it goes to well, well, then you're not very happy. And I just can't I can't stand it. I can't stand it if it goes, well, and I can't stand it, if it goes badly, I can't stand being away. There's one thing that they all have in common. Right. What's that? Well, maybe two things right Steve. Because mean you all the other guest host you mean what are you talking about? Not as good as John. Thank you. Now that's not where she's going both Stephen. I were here the whole time. So that's the through line that you have. Right. So there was some consistency. Absolutely. Yeah. No, I knew it was in good hands L, if that's for sure you'll always have us, John. But actually someone says something about a cupcake. Yeah, what's that all about? Tars my birthday, somebody texted, and said, you need to bring cupcakes to af-. And maybe I should send cupcakes over to the hospital to along with eighty thousand dollars. You happy birthday in advance of bring the cupcakes tomorrow. That's okay. You don't have to do that. Now I gotta bring cupcake. I think you do. Now she kind of she wants women. You know, half the time we say, we don't want things that we weren't really want it. Works thing we can't say that. But it does work both ways. This happens every Valentine's Day for a lot of guys whose wives with, like a box of chocolates, but don't want you to bring them a box of chocolates, and you're damned if you do. And you damned if you don't, by the way to six two said, John, my detached and torn retina was over fifty thousand dollars. Somebody else said, oh, you're going to be getting more doctors. I just wonder if not all in yet, John, there will be the ER claim the E R MD, the person who read your scans the facility charge for surgery, the surgeon, the anesthesiologist claims, you ain't done yet. Yeah I'm sure I'm not. John, I had it twice in the same. I it had stitches glue and nitrogen bubble and they froze, it I had to lay on my left side for eight hours. And then on my right side for eight hours for a month each time. You were very lucky so far. I am feeling very much. So it's one fifty three this WGN..

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"e r md" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"e r md" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

"So what got you curious to start exp-? Flooring this. You know, what it was it was moving to Las Vegas from the bay area. Which was what you're in two thousand twelve twelve. Now, I'm a type A materialistic high-strung. I need a house in a car and keep up with the Joneses and my career, and so on time conditioned, and I come here where people like Tony share like are you happy? Like, are you connected. There's this thing called community in relationship. I'm like these people are hippies. They don't know where they go to burning man, they have no fucking idea whether talking about, and then I had an experience outlook, I've done psychedelics in college, LSD, solicitation, MD may those things they are transformative drugs. But when I was dabbling in them in those days, I didn't have an intent to change myself something crazy happened. I I was up in Tony's place, and he has a friend who will call the sorceress because that's what she called herself. She's as former fashion designer, and she's like, hey, we're all hanging out. You wanna smoke some weed, and I was like I haven't done this. And months and months and months because I'm up standing doctor and a father and my kids are taken care of right now. Everybody's in bed. Sure. I ended up smoking roic dose like Terence McKenna level who roic dose of wheat. Because again, low tolerance is that our height, and it turns out she is very adept as a guide and had known me for a few weeks now in broke she sat down with me. So this is what I see in you. I see a person who's this this and this and this and this and this now you're here, and you do these videos, but really you're trying to deny that that's an important part of who you are because your identity is a doctor. She goes this holding basically breaks me down destroys my ego. Everything I thought I was dissolved. And then she started making MRs with marijuana. This is just with weed so interesting I've never liked marijuana. I actually can't stand it. I can't stand the way it makes me feel. So it's hard for me to imagine that that could happen because I don't view it sort of one of those ego dissolving drugs. I I guess for me. I would always get paranoid. Especially if it was sativa. I mean that would just make me beyond paranoid. So this was the most potent sativa, you can imagine all hand in my paranoia, which also get and also don't love we'd in my paranoia came this paradoxical disillusion of ego as a protective mechanism. So so interesting, you might have gone to a place. I'd never been to. That's what it was. And I'd never been there in with this guide who you know, she's a big chrome yoga instructor. She, you know, something very spiritual about her. But in a strange way, I would have thought his woo, forget it crazy. You know, says some very unscientific things, but as a guide for this triggered me to look at myself and go what a worthless piece of shit. I am like what a lying fraud and imposture that I am. And she starts noticing these things, and what happened is a protective mechanism to live with this thing. I thought was myself was to dissolve that thing and realize that wasn't really me at all. Like, the me is the awareness in which all this arises in. To moment. And I can be something totally different the next day, and I should have gratitude for all these amazing connections and things that I have and the high tell you I thought I told her at the time when I was super high said, I'm gonna forget all this in the morning, but this is transferring crying and all the shit and the next morning I woke up, and I remember everything the transformation was still there and over the course of weeks, I had this. My wife was like what happened, and I told her I'm like, I've been changed. And she actually went talked to this lady was like, yeah, she's got something what both hardcore scientists skeptics and that change decayed overtime. But and so the ego reasserts itself, but I've never been the same and that combined with living in the desert of famous which is a blank slate and being told basically reinvent yourself or go out of business was a personal awakening for me. And since then that got me interested in and I listened sounds cheesy..

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