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Breaking the Sugar Habit | Dishing Up Nutrition Podcast
"Good morning everybody. i am brittany vincent. I'm also a registered dietitian. I work individually with clients. Teach many of our different nutrition classes but one of my favorite classes to teach is breaking the sugar habit so if eating sugar is a difficult habit for you to break i really recommend taking this online class for only twenty five dollars you can go to weight and wellness dot com. Click on nutrition classes at the top of our website. And i really think the most important reason nowadays to kick the sugar habit is because controlling your blood. Sugar plays a key role in the risk. You may have contracting and then the outcome if you get the cove it or if you get krona virus infection because studies have found that the way people eat in the. Us often result in a weakened immune system because sugar process. Carbs will actually slow down How your white blood cells work and that's a serious problem. Yeah and it makes it so important for us to kick that sugar habit. Research has found that sixteen teaspoons of sugar a day reduces the ability of a special kind of white blood cell. Called neutral fills to help your body fight off infections particularly those caused by certain bacteria and viruses to. I know you listeners. Are saying i never eat. Sixteen of sugar is an obscene amount. Well let's take a look at where you might be getting all the hidden sugar and you're gonna find out it's pretty darn easy to get sixteen teaspoons to. Here's a pretty common scenario. You make your daily drive throughout your favorite for your morning. Vanilla lock and then a muffin. Just sons delicious especially with the lot tastes. You grab one of those. while you're vanilla. Lattakia has seven teaspoons of sugar and the muffin contains eight and a half teaspoons. So you're starting your day off with fifteen and a half teaspoons of sugar with just one quick trip through the drive thru. You're already at your sugar limit for the entire day in starting your day like that i can almost guarantee you're gonna eat more sugar right because as we know the more sugar you eat the more sugar as i was introducing myself Earlier i mentioned that i am trying to prevent my children from developing a sugar habit. So here's some interesting news from food business newsletter. In the fall. Pumpkin spice latte as are very popular but they typically do not attract new customers but rather they appeal to the former and existing customers who purchase them more frequently. Pumpkin spice latte today. Lovers tend to be women who are forty five years or older. So what does that say that. Sounds like my demographic will not quite but it says that basically once you have that pumpkin spice latte those are the people that are going to continue to buy that particular item. And they're going to keep coming back for more so i don't want my kids to even taste pumpkin. Spice latte day or a peppermint flavor or the chocolate mocha or any of those types of sweet drinks with fifty grams of carbs or more per per cup. I mean shoot. My kids have enough energy. I certainly don't need to give him that much. Sugar much less a caffeinated burger. I drink so remember. Just sixteen teaspoons of sugar a day. That can slow your immune function. If you have one pumpkin spice latte with twelve and a half teaspoons of sugar and then say like brittany was saying it. Sounds really good to have something with it. Say you decided by a slice of coffee house. Banana nut bread which has thirteen teaspoons of sugar. You have taken in twenty five and a half teaspoons of sugar all before ten. Am in the morning and like we said once you start the day that way it's gonna keep on that's right. The american heart association recommends limiting your sugar intake to only six teaspoons of sugar per day. Just six that is not much at all no and today. We know that over. A third of all calories come from sugar and white flour and our bodies do have great resilience but frankly i bodies are not able to cope with that amount of sugar and flour on a regular basis. And i do think you know most of you know the story about sugar and what it does to us but sometimes you have to hear it many many times for it to actually sink in. So i'm going to repeat what you may have heard before but shit just reminds me just because they've been talking about my kids. You know we as adults were just like kids right. We have to hear the same things over and over and over again before they start trade especially if you love sugar because you don't want to accept the truth now we do what we do we like it. Yeah yeah so but we know sugar gives you that initial high then you crash. Then you crave you want that high again and again over and over happens you're on that roller coaster and sugar stresses your adrenal glands get more anxious moody fatigue sets in your brain. Your body just start to not function as well however. The long term side effects are really the real trouble troublemakers. That recap vic on your health and often times. People don't even know that that's happening inside their body So before you grab one of those sugary treats that you received from a friend during the holidays. Truce and i want to share some of the health problems. You're inviting to come into the first. One is decreased immunity. Which makes you more susceptible to infectious. Bacteria and viral infections. Right and research suggests that that susceptibility happens. Because that sugar will it inhibits vitamin c entering into your white blood cells. So the more sugar you eat the less productive. Your white blood cells are and the more likely you are to get sick. Sugar also directly affects your chocolates ride number it's sugar and processed carbs not fat that stimulate your liver liver's production of triglycerides. So many people really don't realize the triglycerides are linked to stroke two heart disease and of course obesity a usually suggest to my clients. Say look at their checklists number on their blood chemistry panel. Don't just silk the total cholesterol number. Look that that whole breakdown. You'll find the glass rides and your triglycerides level is the fat in your bloodstream. And many experts believe that your triglycerides number is really the best predictor of heart disease and stroke so the number we recommend the optimal number is seventy five or less in. We've had clients with numbers over two thousand bright It's crazy but at the same time i've had clients in a matter of a couple of months drastically reduces so. That's possible we. I just read an email from a listener. Who eats a weight and wellness way and she also exercises daily. She just received her blood chemistry panel and her reckless rides. Were twenty three. Well yeah that is. That's number to strive for as you've just heard and as we all know we have these intellectual reasons in our head based on science for why we should eliminate sugar and carbs from our diet. But it's hard because sugar is sneaky and it finds its way into foods that we wouldn't even consider to be high in sugar for example pizza. Would you consider to be a high sugar food absolutely no because it's savory right it's not sweet. The stock prices of domino's pizza have risen ninety nine percent in the last three years. My gosh and i wonder how much of that was in twenty twenty. Yes but we will talk a little bit more about that when we come back. You are listening to dishing up nutrition. The holidays are over. So perhaps it's time to break your sugar habit because eating excess sugar is certainly worse for you. While we are all experiencing the ongoing cova nineteenth stress the center for disease control and prevention reports that people with underlying health conditions such as type two diabetes heart disease high blood sugar and obesity are at an increased risk for complications. If you become infected with covid nineteen we will share ways that we help clients reduce their sugar consumption with the hope that it will reduce their risk of serious health complications.
Recipe edition, Joshua Owens-Baigler
"Name's Josh Aaron Spangler. Iraq founder of Angelina restaurant and Tilson. And today I'm going to show about signature dishes temporary tomatoes with actually pester. It's a super simple recipe to make it. Takes a little bit of time, but it's something that you can. Join and go back to go along the ingredients a quite flexible, so feel free to use whatever you having a Lotta what I'm going to start with start with the tomatoes. So, we're going to dry tomatoes very slowly. Low, temper off, so we're going to start a hundred degrees. Stop Prohibiting. For the tomatoes look for good quality heritage tomato with thick skin. We're GONNA look for about five to seven cents meters across GonNa. CUT THEM IN HALF WITH AIN'T GONNA. Drizzle a little bit of sugar. That salt time secret ingredient in the restaurant news does she granules? Get those that's amazing, little bit of time in the spice, splendor and then they. As well, just a little bit like seasoning. One sprint coo over the tomatoes, and we placed them at a preheated of two hundred degrees as I, said previously. We leave those for an hour. And then offer an hour. We turned down to about seventy five degrees, and we leave that for four or five hours. I'm going to move on to how you make the Pesto so again. This is super flexible. Don't panic! There's one ingredient missing substitutive something similar. It's really from thing to make so we start with some newly put capers then add salted anchovies. We add a big handful of parsley when I mentioned, these ingredients are like to go by large handful all in equal parts and keep tasting as you go along together to how you like him a handful of. A handful of activities, a big handful of Parsley, big handful of mint. If you have a couple of she leaves, if not comply with any green hub to nine suppliers, colic, some salt and pepper, a little touch of olive oil and the show chef secret. If outs, ice keeps you keep a beautiful green color. Now I recommend trying to keep your Pesto as dry as possible, so you're gonNA have to have a spatula to have this going to be quite difficult to get going in the blender, but the hard work has really really worth it once you've made that. I would put aside at the Fridge and get your favorite book out rate for three hours white for those to cook. About half an hour before you're ready, we're GONNA. Make ourselves a really simple type per. And, that's with two hundred and fifty grams off cornflour or Either a walk just the same five hundred grams preferably of zero zero pasta flour. If no plane flying will work, and then lead of Soda Walter Secret Hair has gotten. As cold as you can't put it in the fridge for a couple of hours, we'll put it in the freeze of ten minutes, and the code is the better result you're going to get in. A Pan on the side can have a source preferably with a thick bottom and we're going to start. Some flour oil to fry that's. Where aiming for about one sixty five degrees, which means that if you're doing a small source panel I recommend taking the oil two hundred ninety degrees that way when you drop the tomatoes and the temperature of the oil withdraw. They're gonNA cook really nicely when she reached about hundred and eighty degrees. You've gotta work quite quickly so you the oil we're going to take those beautiful Tamalpais dry out the other. We're GONNA dipped in the batter, and then straight into the oil and we're GONNA flip them. I would say often about ten seconds. Every now and again. I should be ready in about two minutes. If you touch the players, a pair of metal tongues, you'll see that he starts to get crispy outside on. That signifies that they're ready to think cooked already, so don't worry about it. Smells is just worry about how crispy batter as
Culture Plating vs DNA Testing for Microorganisms in Cannabis w/ Kyle Boyar (From BTS #29)
"I'll start with the ancient technology which is plaguing It's been around for some time, and basically this is where you take your sample. You add some sort of. Growth medium right DPW TRIPTYCH soy broth. Yeah Classic Classic growth mediums basically. You put that in with your sample. Typically a one gram sample. It really just depends on what state you're in other industries use lot larger sample sizes. Something like you know anywhere from five twenty five grams, or even upwards of fifty grams really just depends on what you're testing right, but since candidates is a very precious commodity. People don't want to give up their. You Know Ultra high quality stuff more than a gram, so that's typically what we see out there in the marketplace. But, basically you're, you're homogenising your sample. Usually the stomach or By hand massaging and then you're taking that and you're taking a small sub sample of that, and then pleading it as a basically placing that inaugurating the plate, and then you know streaking it or basically spreading it uniformly across the plate surface. And then you're incubating bat depending on what you're testing for, you may incubate it for you know. From Twenty five to twenty seven sees what's typically done for Aspergillus five seven days seven days type thing. But it's going to differ for every different microorganism that you're testing for and then you're basically taking whatever you dilute it at, so you're counting. The colony is on the plate, and then we'll play it by that dilution factor, and now you have a colony forming unit gram readout. That is typically your standard readout that you see in just about everywhere. I mean while QBC are is. Very commonly accepted now in the cannabis industry when it comes to things like total count tests, you do have to convert that seek value or cycle of quantitative will get into a bit more later, but you have to convert that value into something that is acceptable for regulators, which is that a few Graham Now plaguing. Good because it is only enumerated, what is actually viable within the sample, right? And so a lot of people aren't concerned about what's dead in a sample, or what was left over and so that is an advantage of planning a disadvantage of planning is that some of these things don't grow very well and culture It depends again. What type of mediums here using what types of Brasier using There's a number of factors that contribute to how well something cultures on a plate so I would say those are kind of like the high, A. The highpoints of pleading and the potential drawbacks of it but then there's molecular methods like Qpr. QVC are right, so this is quantitative polymerase chain reaction so for those of your listeners that are familiar with polymerase chain reaction. Now this is just monitoring that reaction in real time using different flora fours. And so you're basically typically QC are run is forty cycles You are looking at you know. How quickly does amplify so and then at the point at which crosses the threshold, so you set that threshold to remove any background, the point at which your QBC our signal crosses that threshold is what we call a cycle of quantitative, so that is the point at which. which it is crossing that threshold line and the actual cycle number so basically the earlier of a C Q, You have that means that the earlier or sorry. The the greater presence of your target there is because it's a amplifying quicker, whereas if it's amplifying later than that means you had less of your target, so that would be a higher cq. Value, right? And so I guess the disadvantage with QBC are is that you aren't just selectively? Amplifying is alive. You are getting everything DNA DNA. So you're going to amplify everything and some people push back and say well. Hey, isn't that to our detriment? You know. If you have a bunch of dead stuff on there well, why am I failing for dead stuff? That just doesn't make sense well a couple of things there right so in the context of things like Aspergillus or micro toxin producing. Well. If there's a bunch of that leftover well, that could be indicative that you have mycotoxin your sample now. Of course, many states have opted for mycotoxin testing things like apple. Toxins and ochre toxin. And so that that checks that box right, but still it's good to know and a lot of people have this misconception that because you're only. Oh, sorry, 'cause! You're amplifying all of these things, right? That you're gonNA fail more as a result, but actually we find that. At least in my experience, it was the opposite. And I think the reasoning for that is. and. I guess this is another drawback of planning that I forgot to mention in. This is a perfect tie-in. Well, there's a lack of selectivity. Typically when you're planning something. You're using right selective growth media. That are supposed to foster the growth of a particular class of microbial contaminants now. There's grows mediums. There's also antibiotics that are used for selection in this case, and as we all know, antibiotics are being A. Microorganism, becoming more and more resistance, these things and just because you select for it, based on an antibiotic or some sort of growth medium doesn't necessarily mean that off target organism growth isn't going to happen so what? The the publications that medicinal! Of have done of showed is that there is a significant amount of Tara growth happening especially in the context of police mold plates. And depending on what state you're in typically limits around ten thousand CFU's program. But if you're getting off growth, you're counting dots that are actually not e- mold. You're counting oftentimes bacteria, and so this of course leads inflated accounts, more failures, and so people have this aversion to moving toward QVC are because they think that's going to happen. More frequently, but really it's the opposite because you're using targeted primers, you are selectively amplifying only for the class of organisms that you're looking for. You don't have the potential for off target growth in that case.
Trendy diets may not be sustainable for long-term cardiovascular health
"Fifty those are new diets these days and the impact on your heart health CBS news medical contributor Dr Terran Rula talked about it on CBS this morning patients of might ask about the keto diet and it's very popular it's popular primarily for weight loss and it can induce a pretty rapid weight loss over two to six months the issue is is it sustainable and the problem is when you're really limiting yourself to less than fifty grams of carbs which is like one slice of bread or one apple we find that over time it's really not for a lot of people and when you look out one to two years any of facts that a house on either wait for blood pressure blood sugar seem to be similar to other low calorie or low fat diets and the other issue is we really don't have a lot of long term research to
Trendy diets may not be sustainable for long-term cardiovascular health
"This morning he was in the American heart association says eating healthy is good for your heart health but how healthy are those trendy diets you know like the keto when the intermittent fasting which is so popular right now CBS's doctor tearing a ruler tell CBS this morning it depends on what your goals are so a lot of patients a patient of mine ask about the keto diet and it's very popular it's popular primarily for weight loss in it can induce a pretty rapid weight loss over two to six months the issue is is it sustainable and the problem is when you're really limiting yourself to less than fifty grams of carbs which is like one slice of bread or one apple we find that over time it's really not for a lot of people and when you look out one to two years any of facts that a house on either wait for blood pressure blood sugar seem to be similar to other low calorie or low fat diets and the other issues we really don't have a lot of long term research to prove either the safety of the keto diet or any sort of hard but we were just looking at the graphic seems up some downside right so higher cholesterol exactly so because you're eating ninety percent fat a lot of people choose saturated fats so things like coconut oil butter bacon red meat and that can drive up your LDL which is your bad cholesterol yeah in addition you may be depleted of things like magnesium or selenium which is a mineral and that could be pro arisen back in fact there was a study this past fall that show that individuals who ate the keto diet was associated with increased risk of atrial fibrillation which is an irregular heart rhythm right and then because you're not eating a lot of vegetables fruits and lagoons you're really not getting those anti oxidants and the fiber that we know is so would you advise patients then so I do have that sort of wristband of a discussion with them and try to tease out well why are you doing us if it's really just for a short term kickstart weight loss that might be okay but then at that six month mark you probably want to transition to a more healthier pattern of eating is something that's sustainable that's always yeah yeah the internment the internment of intermittent fasting diet I know a lot of people on it swear by it really like it Vladimir do TA yeah yeah my father yes your dad is also a lot of people do it and how does that affect your heart so again the science isn't there a lot of the studies have been in animals and there really haven't been long term studies but what we know is that it does seem to kind of reset the body a little bit when you have that time where you're not eating that fasting period and that can allow the body to kind of clear out toxins it can regulate blood pressure and heart rate and blood sugar and cholesterol in the anti inflammatory there do seem to be the potential for benefits are there no houses we don't really you know again because I'm really study that long term but you're sexually inducing a state of ketosis similar to the keto diet because you're allowing your body to break down fat as you all know I'm certain times there's different types right there's alternate day fasting there's sort of a fasting for time restricted feeding where you eat only for six or eight hours during the day and then you don't eat how is your dad also a cardiologists liking it I I he likes it I couldn't do it is very hard for me to skip breakfast for example noting but a lot of people really do swear by it and talked and really says plant based diet to the ones that are the very best for your overall
Iran now producing 5.5 kilograms per day of enriched uranium
"Iran's restarted and underground nuclear lab A. P. isn't Charles deal doesn't report the head of the nation's new programs that is now producing more low enriched uranium daily bus LA he all the atomic energy organization of Iran says the country is not producing these five point five kilograms daily around twelve pounds that's compared to what to Ron had been producing about four hundred fifty grams one pound of low enriched uranium per day around currently in which is right up to four point five
Iran underground lab helps produce more low-enriched uranium
"Only a bus LA he of the atomic energy organization of Iran says the country is not producing at least five point five kilograms daily around twelve pounds that's compared to what to run had been producing about four hundred fifty grams one pound of low enriched uranium per day around currently in which is ready up to four point five percent fall below weapons grade levels of ninety percent to maintains its nuclear program is for peaceful purposes however western nations push for the twenty fifteen you could deal over their concerns about the program I'm Charles to this month
Spicy foods linked to dementia, study says
"Spicy diet linked to dementia this may explain a lot so I were to put that story here it is from Australia so many consider next time you're thinking about ordering a spicy dish a long term International Studies found the spicy diet could lead to dementia this is a study older adults over the age of fifty five who consume more than fifty grams of Chile birthday display nearly double the who who who takes in fifty grams of Chile today that's all it seems like a long nearly double the risk of developing pork cognitive or cognition skews me and decline in overall memory it also makes you you can't read interestingly slimmer adults indulging in a spicy died exhibited even more significant memory loss yeah so you're better to be overweight and eating spicy foods if you want to keep your memory they said the chili consumption this is from the lead researcher Dr zoom in machine says chili consumption was found to be beneficial for body weight and blood pressure in our previous studies however in this study we found adverse effects on cognition among older adults they analyzed the Chilean take about forty five hundred Chinese adults over the course of fifteen years fresh and dried chili pepper consumption was tracked but black pepper was nuts so just keep that in mind this does not include black pepper so that's not with the is just this is this is fresh and dried chili pepper I guess if folks put on everything apparently in the general the study subjects who ate more spicy food at a lower income less body mass and exercise more frequently than those who performed a preferred more mild flavors this is led research is that the rise of skin your people are more susceptible to Chile intake in overweight people which would explain my skin your adult displayed more prominent memory loss I think it has to do with income it sounds like to me the poor people eat more chilly stuff and maybe because it's cheaper I don't know whether to feel chili is one the most commonly use spices in the world particularly popular in Asia compared to European countries they say in certain regions of China search is so strong in Hunan almost one in three adults consume spicy foods every single
Nets' Russell cited for marijuana possession
"Nets nets guard. Dangelo Russell was cited for marijuana possession on Wednesday after being detained at New York's LaGuardia airport following a baggage Jack Russell was traveling to Louisville Kentucky when he was detained. And according to a spokesperson for the New York port authority police Russell was summoned for possession of less than fifty grams of marijuana and was later released. The twenty three year old is set to become a restricted free agent this off season and the net said in a statement, they are aware of the situation and are gathering more
Nets' Russell cited for marijuana possession
"Brooklyn nets gore. Diangelo Russel was cited for marijuana possession on Wednesday after being detained at New York's LaGuardia airport following a baggage Jack Russell was traveling to Louisville Kentucky when he was detained. And according to a spokesperson for the New York port authority police Russell was summoned for possession of less than fifty grams of marijuana and was later released. The twenty three year old is set to become a restricted free agent this off season and the net said in a statement, they are aware of the situation and are gathering more
"fifty grams" Discussed on WSB-AM
"If you're a cancer patient and have an immune issue. So it's really where you want to be about forty to fifty net carbs a day. So I he's he was pushing come on. I got you gotta Dr Joe come on your doctor Joe, you can give me a way to get a jelly Donut a day. So I said here's the deal if you eat figure out how many grams of carbs are in jelly Donut. I'm gonna say fifty I'm making that up. Okay. I don't have no idea how many grams in a jelly Donut. Then you have the fifty grams of fiber. So you have to have something that's almost pure fiber like Chia seeds of flax seeds, grind them up and take that. And then you back to zero again in c zero out that that that jelly doughnut. Now, you can't do this forever because you can only eat so much fiber your day because you blow up and we don't want that. So when you eating foods that are high in fiber. It's going to help set off balance out your net carbs, and that's going to be what you're shooting for and guavas pretty high fiber. You can eat the entire fruit. The the Ryan to the seeds all the way down. It's. Edible. It's nutritious, right. Is more vitamin C than the flesh of an orange, and you can get them in most high end grocery stores, many times Latin stores have it. But here's the thing. If you're gonna eat the skin of anything, whether it's an apple or anything, you always want to make sure that those are organic because otherwise it's gonna be sprayed with pesticides and chemicals and herbicides. And you don't want to do that. Now, if you're gonna eat anything fruits or vegetables, you always want to wash them even your ones because that's assume you're going to get a watermelon not organic, and you've got to cut it open. Maybe pesticides on the skin. You're pushing it right into the into the part that you're going to eat so get some soap and water. Just plano dish. Soap, scrub it down. Whatever you're gonna eat. And then eat it. You're going to be much happier with the results. Now you can use apple cider vinegar. If you want to soak it in apple cider vinegar as well. But if you go to eat the skin I always recommend organic because with Apple's let's say something you probably do eat. We'll spray it with pesticides or chemicals, and then different wax. So what we do is we ceiling in the chemicals. So if you take apple just taking a regular commercial apple put it in hot water like a boiling couple of water, watch the wax float to the top scary. How much waxes in there and those wax or sealing in the chemicals? So if you're going to eat the skin make sure it's organic only is that. Okay. All right. I start taking some callers eight four four four four. Dr Joe, we've got a lot more. We got cover here. So much information. Jeff, how can we make your day better? Well. My wife was her prajit nerve, new Raja. Okay. We're pretty good at that. What usually happens trigeminal nerve is what's called a cranial nerve. It comes directly from the brain out to the body. All the other nerves is twelve nerves all the other ones go down the spinal cord and come out. So those are kind of indirectly going to the body the cranial nerves come out so TriGem Araujo every case I've ever seen. I've seen a ton of them the skull shifted slightly and the hole in the skull. With nerve comes out is now being compressed. Now could be a virus as well. So it could be viral issue. But if it's the bone at a place pinching, and we need to put the bones back in place and unpainted nerve. Then we gotta assume that might be an infection. Let's get her on some things that'll help build up the immune system. Dr jobs wellness booster, vitamin d certainly you need to be taking five thousand international units of vitamin d every day super greens and essential source. That's the minimum amount of nutrients. You should be taking every day. And every case we've ever had when we get the diet straightened out down. We get the bones back in place to jam neuralgia. Us response beautifully. Okay. But why how long are we talking about? You know, I wish I had an answer for that. I've had some patients you come in. And after one treatment, you see market improvement some people it may take five or ten treatments. Start seeing improvement. But then we continue treating even after the symptoms. Go away on any condition to make sure that we stabilize the spine. So it usually happens pretty quickly. We're talking, you know, visits two weeks not years. But if she does nothing it could be there for months, and maybe even years, and that's the downside of Jamil neuralgia. So you're not far we have an office. We have an office in Duluth. So why don't you set up an appointment? Come see us. And we'll take a look at it for. I have another question. Yes, sir. I like your. Yes, sir. Search for what I'm looking for like. Information on kidneys. Okay. Okay. Garrett. He wants to know how to search something on the website. I'm gonna give this over to my my young guy here. Okay. So the top right section of the website. There's a search bar, and that's an index from Google so anything that you type in there is gonna use Google's index to find it on our website. So what were you looking at? Stage four. And getting real close five wondering, you know, what and practices would help me. Well, what you wanna do? What you gotta be really careful with the kid needs. You gotta cut out all your heavy proteins. And I you know, I've been in practice thirty four years and until about ten years ago. I hardly saw anybody would kidney failure. And now, I see five six cases a week. I mean, that's how common it is. So you got to cut out the heavy proteins, especially the animal proteins because the kidneys filter out all this waste products so sugar and animal proteins have to be cut out like not cut back cut out. And you got to take the stress off the kidneys. And the sugars any animal proteins that have two things that are going to do it artificial sweetener. I assume you're not doing I hope you're not from a chiropractic standpoint. Okay. Good. From a chiropractic standpoint. We check the nerves in the mid back the nerves in new lower mid back control, the kidneys. So if you have a pinched nerve there we got to open that up and then there are certain supplements. Depending on what else we find? I'd get you on super greens essential source vitamin d nitric oxide, cut out the meat and dairy products. And then if we need to there's some other supplements, we can take that I use for the companies that might help with the kidney problems as well. So we've seen like I said, I see this stuff all day every day. And I wish I didn't. So. Okay. Hi, jeff. If you wanna put you on hold. Okay. But I got to go to break. So hold on one second, folks. Dr Joe Esposito if you have a healthcare question.
The diet: benefits, and risks
"Triglycerides can lower a little bit. So there are some short term benefits like many things, we don't know the long term effects, some people say, well, that's the way we eaten throughout history that we would go for fast periodically when food was scarce. Not sure I totally buy that that doesn't necessarily make the best thing to do short term benefit. But we need term studies to see what the results are personally. I get a little worried when I fast, I couldn't do it. So it gets down to practicality to that fits with some people and they want to. Try it the bottom line and all these things we know some some things about nutrition and those hold true eat a plant based diet. Lots of vegetables, fruits, whole, grains, nuts beans, those kinds of things. Healthy fats all wheel nuts and you'll you'll you'll do well in terms of health overall. And it seems a lot of these diets that I that I see and hear about from whether it's from patients or whether it's from friends. It all seems to come down to sustainability. How do you might be great for that thirty days that you're doing something? But then all of a sudden what happens after day thirty. How do you counsel patients about diet and win? They're excited about something. How do you harness that excitement to to make it sustainable? Well, you make a really good point things. People can do things short term. But we emphasize lifestyle changes not going on a diet per se. If you go on a diet, you're going to go off a diet. It's just and many of them aren't sustainable. They're very onerous. They're tough to implement on a practical basis. Sometimes enjoyable so it should be practical enjoyable follow. What we know about good nutrition, and I'd suggest despite all the confusion out there. We still know some basic things and go to reputable sources to find those those the tenants out and apply those in your life long term, but you have to joy to too few gals at I run with her into Kita genyk diet. And I don't even know what it means. So Kita genyk diets are very low carb diets, it's it's a kind of a one end of the spectrum of low carbohydrate diets because to get into Kito says you have to really reduce your carbohydrate intake below fifty grams sometimes out of twenty grams a day, very low intake, the body produces Kitone bodies when we breakdown fat, and so one of the advantages as you're breaking down fat you producing Kitone bodies that may cause a little bit of decrease in appetite also lower, insulin levels, etc. The problem is one once. Again, staying on long term, and the long term effects probably aren't as good as a more moderate diet, really good. Article those published last year that looked at carbohydrate intake in the diet related and animal versus plant protein, what they found was they looked in the United States and around the world. And no surprise if you went on a very, low, carb diet or a very high carb diet, there was associated with increased mortality that a lot of power to detect this. They also found not surprisingly that when you substituted plant protein for animal protein that was associated with lower mortality, so a moderate carbohydrate intake seems to be kind of the sweet spot along with planned products. What we emphasize on? The mayo clinic diet are healthy carbs and healthy fats. You don't need to go to extremes incorporate some healthy carbs Brown rice, oatmeal whole grain, pasta, whole wheat bread, things like that you don't need large amounts. But incorporate some of those things and then the healthy fats that we've already talked about. When it comes to beverages. There was a CDC report out recently that showed that for youth. I guess the good news is they drink a lot of water when it came to teenagers. But the bad news was that they also drink a lot of soft drinks, which shouldn't be a surprise. Yeah. Was twenty percent of the beverages that they're drinking. Our soft drinks is out unusual soft drinks, especially ones that contains sugar are like liquid candy. I look at sugar containing soft drinks sugar in general is kind of a quadruple whammy. It has no nutritional value it provides excess calories to metabolize carbohydrate in the body. You need to get vitamins from other sources such as time. And so you're robbing the body you're using other things, and it has direct toxic effects dental caries. There was a study published a few years ago that sugar does seem to be related to cardiovascular disease. So that's probably one of the worst things we can do to illustrate how much. Sugars in soda in a twenty ounce soda. There are seventeen teaspoons of sugar, and I challenge people to get a sugar container and try to eat them sugar try and eat that sugar. So the good news is we're drinking a lot of water. The bad news is we're drinking the same amount of sodas, Malcolm on our children. And so we need to kind of keep working on that and water's the best. But we've been debunking some diet myths and getting sound nutritional advice from Dr Donald hensrud an attrition and preventive medicine specialists. At mayo clinic, thanks for joining us. Dr. Thank you. That's our program for this week. You've been listening to Mayo Clinic Radio on
"fifty grams" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"Donald Trump must bust Facebook Amazon net flicks Gogol monopolies like teddy Roosevelt. He starts here by suggesting reminding you just finished reading a book by a law professor at Columbia named Tim Wu. Am name of the book. It's on antitrust in the name of the book is the cursive bigness, and the biggest takeaway is that President Trump has an opportunity to follow in teddy Roosevelt's footsteps. Big monopolies are not just an economic threat. They are a political threat and because they're largely free of market constraints because they they don't have any competition. They don't have to put all their energy into making a better product for less money. They can put a lot of their energy into political manipulation of protect their monopolies. These are people who are Uber leftists whether you're talking Amazon net, flicks, Google Facebook. They are all Uber leftists, and they're not just setting up their systems here to make money, they're setting up their systems to influence public opinion. Chuck Schumer's daughter just got married over the weekend. Turns out what we learned at Chuck Schumer's daughter works at Facebook. Chuck Schumer's daughter makes six figures at Facebook Facebook donated fifty gram to Chuck Schumer's campaign. That's just one example. Facebook google. Twitter is not but they ought to be there. All part. Of an online monopoly that controls. The flow of information that controls the flow of opinion that is openly restrictive to Republican and conservative ideas. It is punitive toward those ideas. It basically is eliminating them. And there's nothing anybody can do. Conservatives can appeal conservatives can ask conservatives can request and they are laughed at. And then there are told that they're imagining things there isn't any bias. There's no such thing as liberal bias. There's no such thing as media bias. And there's no such thing as Facebook or Google bias. You're just paranoid. Yet, do a Google search on any subject that involves conservatism and see where they send you see what they're saying about you. Facebook's. News digest is at daily contemptible hit piece on conservatism featuring lies and miss representations. And they are they have no competition. They're buying up the competition. Facebook buys up what's app. Facebook buys up Instagram. They control virtually every aspect of it. Mr. Reynolds point here is that in a monopolistic circumstance like this. We are way beyond the concept of fairness and unfairness here. That this is the idea of free press is being stored on its head here. There isn't a free press. These outfits are monopolizing against a free press and eliminating. The opinions and thinking and thoughts of well over half the people of this country. They are financially bankrolling democrat after democrat after democrat after leftist 'cause after leftist cost from wacko environmentalism to transgender isn't any number of of left wing issues. And they are at the same time denying such participation do any opposing point of view while being destructive at the same time. The more concentrated the industry the more corrupt. We can expect the political process to be and concentrated it is it's to the point that if a Facebook employee happens to be a good friend of bread Kavanagh and shows up at the cavenaugh hearings to show support Facebook employees demand that he be fired. We're talking about an executive at Facebook was told to stop going or he would lose his job. This is the employees demanding this of management, and even at the employees were not demanding it of management management would be so inclined. So Reynolds concludes that today things look a lot like teddy Roosevelt era was standard oil and J P Morgan a few monopolies occupy much of the tech world Facebook, Amazon Netflix and Google they gobble up potential competitors. As Facebook did with what's happened Instagram? You're only need to look at the recent multi-ethnicity scramble for Amazon second headquarters to see how much power these companies wheeled Jeff Bezos, the world's richest man nonetheless managed to get the state of New York to build him a helipad and to give him a tax break of nearly seventy thousand dollars per employee. These new tech monsters rights Glenn Reynolds, have a one two punch that standard. Oil. Didn't have not only do they? Control immense wealth and important industries, but their fields of operation, give them direct political power that in many ways exceeds that of the monopolies of the teddy Roosevelt era, and this is exactly right. They should be busted up. They are monopolies controlling the flow of information. There's nothing free about the press or the medium any which way. Let me give you an illustration of this. It's it's kinda connected. Last friday. The New York Times did a big hit piece on Facebook. Facebook is being hit by the media for a lot of reasons. The reason Facebook got hit. By the New York up five reporter hit piece. Now, supposedly Zuckerberg the founders looking at firing Cheryl Sandberg who runs the place because he doesn't know what he's doing not old enough yet to be a CEO something so big, and she doesn't know what she's doing either. But she's a good liberal good women left us to lean in this kind of stuff where she fits the Bill. Facebook got hit by the New York Times for not doing enough to stop Russian meddling on their website. There wasn't any again. The polling information I shared with you earlier that shows that forty two percent of the American people believe that the Russians actually tampered with votes. That's what Russian collusion has come to mean to forty two percent of the American people. And so part of the hoax is that the Russians were using Facebook to tamper with votes. You have some weirdo Russian tro farms running ads after the election. Iran ads after the election. They ran up pittance a hundred thousand dollars worth of ads. They didn't run enough adds to affect one smidgen of one percent of anybody. But because Facebook did not deny them Facebook is being hit by the others in the media for not punishing the Russians. Which means that Facebook, actually facilitated Trump's election. This is how outrageous this is. There wasn't any Russian collusion. And there wasn't any Russian meddling. And the New York Times does a hit piece on Facebook for allowing the Russians to do what they didn't do. That's how pervasive this entire hoaxes men. So there's a reason beyond this that the New York Times and others are going after Zuckerberg and Facebook. And you know, what it is Facebook's bigger than the New York Times and Facebook has the chance to steal advertising away from New York Times has been Facebook. And its monopoly is beginning to victimize the New York Times. The New York Times is making up all these bogus reasons why Facebook is a danger because they're not liberal enough because they didn't do enough to stop the Russians. The Russians didn't need to be stopped. The Russians didn't have one thing to do with the two thousand sixteen election. And not every all Zuckerberg would have to do is stand up and say this whole New York Times story is bogus. There wasn't any Russian meddling that determine the outcome of the election of we did not facilitate or make it happen. But Zuckerberg can't because he's got the support the myth to. He's got this fall right in line along with everybody else in the left that the Russians stole the election that there were meddling in tampering with votes. This does not let Facebook off the hook. Don't misunderstand. Facebook is now losing subscribers are losing members supposedly at a record clip. But regardless. This has become untenable. The social media constructive today. If the left love to throw it the word fairness. They're obsessed by it. There isn't any fairness there anything approaching fairness in the social media universe. Busting them up as monopolies is not to facilitate conservatism, it is to help American consumers providing competition and so forth, which they these companies are all shutting out by buying up. Gotta take a break. We'll be back. You're.
"fifty grams" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
"Of life, right? And it's breaking financially. We can't do the standard of care anymore because it has failed miserably. So you call it a public health emergency white wise and everybody just jumping up down trying to fix it. The million dollar question. Yes. I mean, people should be right, and I think that we're seeing more and more that starting to happen. So when I entered this field. The idea that I was telling my patients to eat, a lot of fat was as you began to say, here's a, you know, here's the and people looked at me, weird cross-eyed all those kinds of things. But now I think that we have much more acceptance of this because people are understanding the basic physiology of it. The peer reviewed literature on this is becoming, you can't ignore it anymore. It's it's robust, it's robust, and then everybody knows somebody who's done this and improved their health. Right. And so that's really important as well. And so I think that we're seeing this grow. I think the momentum is behind really allowing patients to take control of their health and reverse out of this disease. And I just think step one, I really wish would be a complete consensus. That reversal is thing. It's possible. I think that we could get agreement from all aspects of experts. In nutrition in chronic disease management on that, and we just need to push that into the public arena so that people can be aware not only the people who are suffering from type two diabetes, but the healthcare providers who are taking care of them. So. So other risks. Eugenic thought. So the people who shouldn't follow a key to genyk diet are patients with something called hyper Kylo Micron, Mia. And this is like one in over ten thousand people. Okay. This rare disease, those people should probably not do. Kita, genyk diet. I don't know anyone else who shouldn't. Gallbladder. People often complain. I can't digest. We have plenty of our patients don't have their gallbladder, right? So we have patients who have had organ transplants who do well on Akita genyk diet, anyone who has metabolic issues and thrive on Keita genyk diet if it is done. Right. And that's, that's another thing with our. Exactly. That's. That's with our verte treatment. We ensure that it is done, right? So it has the right macro and micronutrient content and we avoid things. You know, one of the things people talk about all the time is, oh, I can't do that flew. I don't feel well. Well, if that happens, you're not getting enough salt. It's a, we need to teach people my museum. Exactly. We need to magnesium. And so these are things that again, it takes expert to help coach people. What about the whole fiber and and the microbiome changes that happen attack. There's been question about whether that safe or not. Well, you know, I think that the micro biomass is a huge factor. And I think the thing is that we get diversity of our vegetables in Akita genyk diet, and patients are consuming things like nut. So they that this has to be very low fiber. Diet is actually not the case. I mean, we are encouraging fiber in our patients all the time. Through the vegetables, right through nuts and vegetables and seeds. So fifty grams of fiber. So maybe fifty grams, but you can certainly get a lot in a lot of diversity. And the other really interesting thing that had liked to seize studied is the reason that we talk about fiber and gut health is that the fiber breakdown produce short chain, fatty acids in the gut, right? They feed the gut lining, lots of positives come out of that, but one of those short chain, fatty acids that's produced with fiber is beauty. Now, wait a minute, and our patients have elevated beta hydroxy you'd rate. So one of the other questions that we need more research on is wait a minute. Is that alone good? Not to say we're not encouraging fiber because we do. I mean, that's heart of a well-formulated. Kita. Genyk diet is definitely fiber from those non starchy vegetables, nuts and seeds. But we also. May be getting a dish. It'll colon health from the beta hydroxybutyrate as well that you produce as a result of additional toast. In your credible. So how do you see all this playing out? I mean, you were just going to be struggling the next thing trying to convince everybody that we should do this, or you think is gonna shift? I think.
"fifty grams" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"Hundred hundred fifty grams of carbs or more day. Dude. You're gonna rebound game everything back. Yeah, you're gonna bore if you like me and his Margarita season, it's you're gonna get it all back. Yes. So to reverse somebody out of Kito diet like eventually the goal is to get back to if you're trying to grow. The goal is going to be to get back to where you're on a high carbohydrate diet because carbs are going to support training. Carbs are gonna prevent muscle protein breakdown. They're gonna spike insulin, Dr nutrients. If you're only allotted a certain amount of calories a day, you have to look at that and think, how can I maximize everything and it's gonna be with higher carbs. The goal is to get back to that. You can't just jump back into that after doing Akito Jiang dyke because you're just yeah, you're just going to blow up. So what I'll do it's like to reverse out of a show. If I do Akito diet, I show and I've done all of them carb cycling worked really good too. I just do. Like it. I just enjoy eating fast and tastes good, and I feel good. But if I reverse out of that, what I might do is I might just add a small amount of carbs around the workout perimeter and just slowly bring them back. So like I've might go from eating zero grams of carbs to eating eighty grams of carbs post workout. And then eventually I'll go to eating, you know, hundred fifty grams of carbs spread pre intro, POS than the outside meals will just have like proteins and veggies, or maybe tiny bit of fats, like just a little bit. And then you just, yeah, you gotta slowly taper backup out of that. Because if you're right, if you do Kito diet and you just try to throw your carbs back in, you don't need. You don't really need that many carbs because you're so sensitive to insulin. Like when I when I fill up for a show, the amount of carbs that I eat is so much lower than what I see a lot of people doing 'cause you just don't need them much. So you said right now you're eating six hundred grams of carbs because you're trying to grow, correct? Yeah, five, five fifty six hundred and neighborhood. But you also like. Kito show left your own devices. If you were not going to compete, would you keep carbs in your diet, like maybe three hundred a day or would you should go Kito same caloric amount? Would you go? Would you go Kito? Yeah. You could look at like health benefits of different diets. Like, you know, some nutrients are going to cause inflammation, stuff like that. Information guy always hear people talking about cars, you know, giving them inflammation and all this other stuff. I'm not that guy so I can't. I can't understand it. I'm not that guy either. So like if people are going to say, carbs caused inflammation, look, carbs, causing formation when you eat way too many of them. So if your calories are controlled. Yeah, I don't. I don't really buy that. This should be a lifestyle. So if you're gonna stay on it forever, just do what you enjoy doing. I enjoy eating a shit on carbs and then just lifting really heavy. So I'd probably stay with what I'm doing. I man work and people find you on Instagram, Facebook page, and website. And 'cause you do coaching and consulting and you make diets programs where people how people contact my Instagram is Brody underscore priestly. That's my personal one where I do dia plans, nutrition and coaching. I post a lot of really cool free shed on their to every like not every day, but I try to post training and just workouts and tips and exercises. My answer. Graham is where the majority of my training and my nutritional stuff is, and then that's Brody underscore priestly..
"fifty grams" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"To have three hundred fifty grams of protein a day. We'll just go from having one hundred to having three fifty. Then I'm before all day, right? But it's just little things that I think sometimes people aren't thinking about, but just try to cut the food ingredients down. That's a really good place to start for most people rather than thinking so much about a diet and being this like crazy caloric restriction. I like your recommendation of, you know, go organic and try to make sure that when you look at something that it doesn't have fifteen different things. On it. You look at peanut butter peanuts steak like you just said like, there's nothing on it. I mean, for people who don't do the food sensitivity testing type stuff, you can always if you're if you feel like you're eating clean and you, you're having some type of inflammation or bloating. It's try and start to subtract, you know, deductive reasoning, figure out our this. I ate this meal. I feel good. I eat this meal. I'm a little bit bloated. Let me figure out what's in this meal because a lot of times when you're just eating the same thing over and over again, it's easy to create the sensitivity. Yeah, that can happen. And it happens quite a bit with eggs, you know, especially for bodybuilders. 'cause they're like that. That's a real staple in the diet. You have tons and tons of eggs and all of a sudden you kind of have almost like an egg allergy because you like over flooded yourself with whatever these amino acids are, whatever it is, how do you get like a food sensiti sensitivity thing. Test? Yeah, there's different. I mean, I use Alcott, but I mean, you can go to. I mean, if you Google is saliva blood, it's blood yet blood. I mean, I think maybe some of them can do it other ways, but I feel like the most accurate it's going to be getting blood worked on. Yeah. And some places are, Where'd you get that information from it picked up along the way, or I started researching it for this, Josh Brolin movie on back in New Orleans because what what had to be done for the character was not necessarily the healthiest thing, but we were trying to figure out a way to make it work on the schedule without having to dump thousands and thousands of dollars into CGI and stuff. So. American back institute. It's the, it's a chiropractic place. They work on the New Orleans Saints football team. They have a whole..
"fifty grams" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"It you know and then on the road is tough it's nhl is known as never hungry league because there's always food around all always you know so we get on the nhl also known for pizza post game you know if you're sounds ridiculous and i try to fight it my first year lost horribly but when you're on the road you order pizzas after games because i mean what i did end up getting his drinker shake i than have some feature having together that if you choose i always thought that was a good idea and that's really smart because you're benting the meal so if you have let's say you want to eat a lot and you have five or six slices of pizza you did consume a lot of fat you did consume a lot of carbohydrates that you really didn't get an a great amount of protein there's a decent amount from the cheese i guess but if you had a protein shake or something like that that's going to bump your protein up by fifty grams right there yeah and it's our guys i think are seen the benefits of it too right getting a good quality protein in right after the game we're seeing less and less pizza actually get eaten right i think it's just more habit yeah they are hungry of course last time they really eight real food was pre game meal which three thirty four o'clock that day for seven o'clock game so they are hungry it's as you know it's good to eat real food you know yes to even just for your palate and whatever the shakes great but after the seventy ninth one they can maybe get a little maybe before that you're like okay eighty two pizzas what are we going to do about these eighty two pizzas nutrition plays a huge role and something that's great is you're you're sitting down and you're communicating with them you know why they're eating it and over a period of time what happens is they start to feel better from eating those foods you maybe have you still have options out in front of them that's that's a big factor because if you pull away if you take away too much from people and they start to get pissed but if you're like you know if you're if you're adding to to what they do eat more vegetables eat more fruit eat more avocado eat eat more of this then then they're their mindset is different okay he said to eat more you should eat more meat you should eat more pro tim rather than you saying hey man we can't have you can't have ice cream because that's all they hear wait a minute i have ice cream shit man was schedules hard distresses high too and i my opinion just from working with athletes for a long time is that they're smarter and they're more informed than they've ever been you know because it speaks to information go bad and it also speaks to a lot more good coaches you know we were talking about a couple before like there's a lot of smart guys out there there's a ton and women too you know and no longer in my opinion can you think of yourself as the guy because there's so many other guys and i love you know networking with guys like you and learning from anybody that i can because it's those little tidbits it's so how'd you get over this hump would you do in this situation what little warm up exercise can i steal from you you know and not steal but borrow whatever you wanna call it there's so much information good information out there that you know as a coach it's you gotta be having those conversations i learned from my players all the time who you training within the summer what do they do yeah okay come visit you and learn from your coach oh he'd love that you know and i think i've always been of that you know more open minded because this our field is so expansive that you can't i don't know you can't think that you're in a bubble because it's always changing and there's a lot of bullshit too don't get me wrong but there's also a lot of really good stuff you.
"fifty grams" Discussed on The Minimalists Podcast
"A detox which doesn't really mean anything however people drinking like juices with fifty grams of sugar and say town detoxing yeah it doesn't make any sense but but you know if you find something specific in you know you can test them for many of them and we have various ways to do that and you have some good dates on how you might be able to reduce the body's bud and about which we also have good dates on then in a very targeted specific way you you can't do that and mercury is one of the things so the strontium unfortunately we we don't know how to get that out and that's just that's in your bones until they turn over about seventy s tom i think christmas things the other day so i mean this is important rights you talk about how the stones eum ended up in this moment in the first place why shouldn't be there anymore this is this is a supplement for bone strength and so i remember i i when i was working in hospital in london elderly patients with osteoporosis some of them would get i would prescribe strontium and strontium basically goes into the bones you know way you'd have calcium and what it does it makes the bones look really good on by scan but apps does nothing for this strength so we kind of feel better because they look better but actually it doesn't really really help you a tool in terms of the strength of the buffs so placebo were you the the l stencil result that's measurable but it's not actually doing something yes so this is actually goes back to what you were talking about right the beginning which is the importance of the subjective experience so we can talk all day about test results but what you really want is to wake up with a bona right that's like that's the hodie growl in latin about what the test results say if that's happened then you know there's a big win this so so that's the strontium but with the with the monkey this we know that basically this no amount of mercury that's okay but you can get affects any level and the amount that affects a given person you know depends on a whole number of things but we also know that those whether exposes on it can be so exposed from fish is a big one ovo some of the benefits of fish seemed to negate some of the negative side effects of the mercury so that's kind of like a fifty fifty city neom yes liam content of the fish helps produce gutu which one of the main on oxidants that we use to to buffa various toxins and so that you know overall this is a net benefit of seafood even if it does how some like you're in it but then matches the type of fish about suggestion was eight and some big fish right you i think the quantity is well.
"fifty grams" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"You may not have like a medical prescription for it which would only really be the case with epilepsy but you may have tried it and have found great benefit from it you dot constitutes a rationale the do it right if you try something and it works rate that is a rationale for doing it and in that case then i think you want i do think that there are unknowns to if you do it forever how long or you know are there downsides to that but but you know if you have the demonstrated rationale than you follow through and manage it properly okay what's your dialect like man my diet right now actually i'm i'm eating like the same thing every day so it's super easy to describe my time and fun but yeah so i have i have three or four meals usually three but if my schedule doesn't fit three i might break it up into four and those meals have one hundred fifty grams of mixed sprouted legumes there's kind of a rotation sometimes it's landell sometimes it's white beans sometimes the dookie beans kind of rotate through and i have one hundred grams of vegetables their the vegetables are just pre cooked and mixed there's all kinds of instability that might be in that mix and it rotates all the time just the mic just different colorful vegetables usually fairly low calorie and fifty grams of tomato sauce or salsa and some spices and right now doing rams of remainder saucer celso you measuring that out.
"fifty grams" Discussed on THEMOVE
"Had he's had a rough tour of italy and somehow that day he woke up and and and i wanted to talk about it wasn't a lucky victory right that was that was mind he went with four and a half kilometers to go that's a that's a commitment right and not only that they had the team lined up they had a plan and then he he launched his attack he made his move as we say any held it off and so the crazy thing though which just as i was watching him finish his was so steep he was still spending a hundred plus our men and i'm like what is what gearing would this i checked with my sources so get a load of this is just to me is crazy i want to know more about this because i know a lot of it's old news because we've watched him in the tour but it's it's mind blowing to watch some someone spinning their legs that fast going that so well let me just let me just for the listener let me lay this out for you right in the old days your bike probably had a big chain ring of fifty three and a small chain ring of a forty two as time went on fifty three stayed the average big chain ring size and then the small chain ring in my day we had thirty nine so if it was a hard day if it was vom to or you know some superstar uphill finish flesh whatever you would have thirty nine twenty six twenty seven maybe twenty eight thirty nine twenty eight would be like the outer limits of the easiest gear that we could have chris from this is a fact i'm not i'm not trying to guess this is a fact chris room road thirty four thirty two so thirty four for the small chain ring on the front and thirty two for the big one in the back that's mountain bike gearing yeah and so the rear cog that's that's a small pizza so raising so he really small pizza but still it's you get the point and again and again i'm not speculating here this this is straight from that camp the other two favorites simon yates and tom dumoulin road thirty four thirty right so the question chris firm had was face was if he wanted thirty four thirty two he had to put on a completely different driller so with they longer pulley that could accommodate that thirty two to chain ring cog in the back so so funny because they like he had to decide if he wanted to add one hundred and fifty grams so he chose one hundred fifty grams what does one hundred eighty next session i that's that's not a lot no one talks about grams except drug dealers and cyclists i don't know what that may i have no idea crossover i don't know i mean how much are we talking is that a notice difference i mean i don't i don't know i'm i'm i'm i'm too far out of the game but so he really has a completely different bike for that day a different setup you with the bike would be the same even if you change the pulley on the driller it would it would shift the same and act the same most people wouldn't even notice it but the to me the crazy thing is just this idea of thirty four thirty two and and i have to be honest i think in previous generations there would have been a real stigma around that right cycling always started as the macho cool things have a quote unquote straight block so you had twelve thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen obviously went from five speed to sixty cents we now we have a lot of a lot of speeds in the back but you guys wouldn't have that would have been you would have looked like you would have looked a little lame with the thirty four thirty two if you showed up oven either taking some abuse right probably but it but at the same time if you would have showed up with an an aero dynamic skin suit on a road stage nine hundred eighty seven they would've laughed at you too yeah if you would have had a lot of the other you know and there's probably a lot of guys that intel you know the the.
"fifty grams" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast
"When you are pregnant some of those medals aren't going into baby educating women about how to eat well before and during pregnancy i mean i always say like as healthy as you go in as as healthy as you come out her sure so we talked a little bit about supplements is tools what are the other tools that seemed to work for most of your patients like better foundational to a healthy lifestyle we talk about the plant based paleo eating philosophy a lot and people are like wit plantbased paleo crime fiction we should all be eating mostly plants and a lot of fiber americans get like you know no fiber and a day and you really should be getting to thirty to fifty grams i guarantee if you did a rough count or most people did a rough count they're not getting anything close to that which is not great for blood sugar it increases colon cancer risk if you're getting a lot of fiber from whole foods sources you're getting that means you're eating a lot of plants and then from there protein most people aren't are eating a very high carb diets whether you're getting plant based proteins or well source to animal based proteins we're not dogmatic about being vegan or eating animal protein that can be a really personal decision there's many ways to be healthy whether you're not you eat animal protein and whether or not that's part of your ethical or personal philosophy but we see people eating far too many carbs far too many refine carbs far too much sugar and knock getting enough fiber not getting enough greens and not getting healthy fats you know we're really supposed to get around a four to one ratio of a mega six fatty acids which are the fats in like vegetable oils and things versus omega threes which is like you know fish oils and flexitime walnuts and america people get on average something like twenty six to one which literally means that the building blocks of your brain in the building blocks of your cells which are fatty acids are not able to be composed of the right fats so it's like it's like building your body sort of in the wrong way.
"fifty grams" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Zero one point five brian and turner's ville you're on new jersey one zero one point five hey guys how're you doing brian abraham when i was eighteen i got a couple of me growing over arrested me under fifty grams mr meaner got the pod charge i got a year probation counselor was about a thousand in following school to be a teacher so i ended up once i finished the probation either pay a bunch of money to a lawyer to get it expunged and it was just kind of a pain in the butt just to have a like five dollars worth of we don't bio that's very low you can't be a teacher with a marijuana conviction i'm sorry you can't be a teacher with a marijuana conviction i don't think so back in two now i did get explain so that helps you know so nail down the road when i got you know my talk for a little bit and once i got a different job it's not on my record at all which was night but the worst part about it was the cops the girl was pretty that i was with eight drove her home and they arrested me we both had the weed on did you own up to it being yours or do they just decide to saddle you with well i actually had it in my pocket but she used to collect all her roaches and enroll them into bigger resin join us here pro generation joints so she had a she had four times the amount of weed on her in her ashtray than i had in my pocket wow was she a port authority commissioner do you i'm calling the mayor brian thanks for your call and you know there's another aspect of this too and phil murphy's talked about the social justice aspect of the possibility of legalising it if you're a person of color and you were once arrested for marijuana they say it's much more likely that you would be doing jail time versus a white guy getting busted for marijuana so.
"fifty grams" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"So that's kind of the second step into the diet um um that's something that i did with mark um something that and then obviously kinda go back and you repeat zero carbohydrates and go in what i found out was that just a consistent zero carbohydrate diet or close to zero carbohydrate diet only works for a certain amount of time in for certain person so anyone who is performance goal oriented whether you're strength athlete costs we'd athlete physique athlete near you guys you we need carbohydrates um so what i did was kind of developed this little chemists uh tiersystem meaning your first week out of europe have you zero carbohydrate diet yet cheap meal after you've done that kinda go back and do the same thing once you get that second cheap meal the next week we start kind of larry written leering in carbohydrates we start with um spinach every other meal the kind of that third week if you will fourth week spinach at every meal and by the time wearing the sixweek area or so we will start to add back in a little bit more carbohydrates in the all focussed around performance so what that means is we're gonna eat abulkader all of a carbohydrate because we're not really eating a bunch anyways all around your workout we start with depending on the athlete twenty to fifty grams of carbohydrates pre workout if everything goes as planned meaning you're getting leaner losing weight strength or performance is at least thing par not dipping down we're going to go ahead and add in.
"fifty grams" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project
"We were lucky work harder and so when you work harder you get a little bit more muscle glick down in the long on results in greater protein synthesis and greater gains muscle mass uh reflects that you had not does seem to be the case now um this this is this is something i remember hearing from two things that i always remember hearing about creating uh one is that it has to be taken with some form of carbohydrate whether it's for us or whatever it is can hear me here drew i lose uh you had just we're sakamoto guy uh what i was saying that you know one thing that i had heard from way back uh when it comes to creating is it has to be taken with some type of carb carbohydrate in already taken into the cells is that true yup all the other half do um you can get increase absorption if you take it was impossible heidari and actually a little bit of protein popes to uh to somewhere or most of the studies are like fifty grams of the you know relatively mediumtohigh klay cmic uh index uh carbohydrates so uh i i used to put it in grape juice nauseam housing college in white reduce because i was just i was a little bit less citic and uh yes shirt titan in and had an indepth little bit higher uh kind of overall water content which is why i liked it yep yep exactly um but having said that you you know if you're on akita genic that for example you know you can still get your levels up you can still saturate the muscle adequately with rebel out spiking uh you're insulin levels were carbohydrates um because you are taking some protein which you know well protein does spike insulin levels a little bit um it may just take you a couple more days potentially.
"fifty grams" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 2
"Uh had to give me that extra a little bit abuse on but it's still high fat on but yeah so toothy budding nathan blueberries coconut chips heme hearts um and then y'all higher a eat later on in the day like uh my i love all green vegetables so brussels growth broccoli kale those are always good so labor coal when you put a coconut oil and roads them or m e then even just steaming a guy will literally i keep it the ball yeah absolutely and um you know i i think you mentioned something can that i think is important and the carbohydrate levels so ex post exercises probably the best time to have it because you've got the the host excise affect annan's so the the sugar numbers that we're talking about typically on the fifty grams of carbohydrates day abc's can fluctuate little bit with body weight and an also your goals bed the it's reducing it and then ideally those alba hydrates a coming from from vegetables yeah and i think that's a big centered change for a lot of people because you are removing some of the while the principal sources of people foods such as bread pasta right or left side of things they go and so.
"fifty grams" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Would rather wait until undone working well sometimes it's very late in my day but then i realized the of the morning was like man think i've had it's been all carbs no protein at all today but it's this time of year a lotta people to in a wheel we can't go crazy but you just have a little and and be done in oh my wife begs a lot this time of year we in sends out like you do a banana bread pumpkin bread and all the all the stuff fudge and everything else but i mean you can make it i've i've got of your five ge cut a thing and the best thing is and and you know a ton of people i mean it's amazing that the tens of not probably hundreds from its hundreds of millions of people that are probably diabetes susceptible in some weight i bowled i asked jagdishlal yeah it wasn't my wife's family as a significant portion of the population but now with the you know with the they got low carb flour and you know i even a novel lowery uh and not just low carb just regular flower not even the allman flower right and the allman flower i use for you know piecrust and things like that whereas you know uh but the regular no carb flower now i mix it with regular i might do slight because it the consistency justice in his good for example banana bread but if i use half and half and then in a a sugar substitute in it i can have a couple of slices it's no problem yeah or as it's loaded with being banana bread regulars just loaded with cars is probably forty to fifty grams of carbs in each you know just slice uh alone which to me is close to what i should have for a meal i so a lastminute provision and the tax bill limits carbs to uh a hundred a day and could soon over that you have to pay the thirty nine point six percent individual income rayo while african memento led a joke and sort of exurban you'll know that when i told my doctors in a.
"fifty grams" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Would rather wait until undone working well sometimes it's very late in my day but then i realized the other more knows like man i don't think i've had it's been all carbs no protein at all today but it's this time of year a lotta people to in a wheel we kind of go crazy but you just have a little and be done you know my wife begs a lot this time of year we in sends out like you do a banana bread pumpkin bread and all the all the stuff fudge and everything else but i mean you can make it i've i've got of your five ge cut a thing and the best thing is and and you know a ton of people i mean it's amazing the the tens of not probably hundreds from its hundreds of millions of people they're probably diabetes susceptible in some weight i bowled i asked jagdishlal yeah it was if my wife's family has a significant portion of the population but now with the you know with the they've got low carb flour and you know i even in all the lowery uh and not just low carb just regular flower not even the allman flower right and the allman flower i use for you know piecrust and things like that whereas you know uh but the regular no carb flower now i mix it with regular i might usefully because did the consistency just in as good for example banana bread but if i use half and half and then you know a a sugar substitute in it i can have a couple of slices it's no problem yeah oh yes it's loaded with bima banana bread regulars just loaded with car this is probably forty to fifty grams of carbs in each you know just slice a alone which uh to me is close to what i should have for a meal as low a lastminute provision and the tax bill limits carbs to uh one hundred our day and could soon over that you have to pay the.
"fifty grams" Discussed on WDRC
"Would rather wait until undone working well sometimes it's very late in my day but then i realized the of the morning was like man i don't think i've had it's been all carbs no protein at all today but it's this time of year a lot of people to in a we are we kinda go crazy but you just have a little and and be done in know my wife begs a lot this time of year we inge sends out like you do a banana bread pumpkin bread and all the all the stuff arjun everything else but i mean you can make it i've i've got of your five ge kinda thing and the best thing is and and you know a ton of people in media it's amazing than the tens of not probably hundreds from its hundreds of millions of people they're probably diabetes susceptible in some white a bone i asked jagdishlal yeah it wasn't my wife's family has a significant portion of the population but now with the you know with the they've got low carb flour and you know i even a novel lowery uh and not just low carb just regular flower not even the allman bright and the allman flower i used for piecrust and things like that we rise yoga but the regular no carb flower now i mix it with regular on my views like because it the consistency just isn't as good for example banana bread but if i use halfandhalf and then you know a a sugar substitute in it i can of a couple of slices it's no problem there are he has its loaded with being banana bread regulars is loaded with car was probably forty to fifty grams of carbs in each it'll just slice a alone which uh to me is close to what i should have for a meal as low a lastminute provision in the tax bill limits carbs two uh at 100 or day i ha.