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What is Joint Inflammation?
"Age we really don't die from infections. That's very rare in in a first world country but the body is hardwired itself to protect itself against some sort of infectious bacteria from damaging major regions of the body. And so the way that it's it's hardwired. This adaptation is through inflammation inflammation is an immune response where the body starts up regulating all these different immune cells that damage things and they take they certainly will target damage bacteria and protect us from dying from the infection. The unfortunate thing is when they're up when when we have inflammation up for a period of time. It damages are vital organs as well. You know we've all experienced like a sprained ankle and we've had swelling and pain in that area that's part of the inflammation processes damaging tissue. It's actually breaking down tissue so that the to the tissue can be rebuilt. it's also protecting against the infection. The problem is when that inflammation never stops and when it's a low grade Kind of smoldering level of inflammation over time that damages different regions right in affects every system of the body. And of course today we're talking about joints and the main things that will experience when we have chronic joint inflammation is joint degeneration osteoarthritis. And of course we will have pain rights. We'll have pain in the joint. While limited range of motion and mobility in the joint and we will obviously experience painted discomfort and a loss of interest star ranger motion and our ability to really live the way that we wanna live. So here's an example of a normal joint here's an example of osteoarthritic joint right a inflamed damaged joint now typically takes a minimum of twenty to thirty years of chronic joint inflammation. It's not like this happens overnight. Usually a long process. Twenty thirty years of chronic inflammation in the joint to get to do to degenerate. Like this case. So it's not even like a year or two. Although you know in certain cases you can have like a car accident whiplash or you know major trauma possibly to your knee. This is a knee joint for example. That accelerates the inflammation of time however usually these are processes that take quite quite a few years decades to
The Risks of Using Bleach for Cleaning
"Cleaning. Products can be hazardous landing hundreds of thousands of children in us. Emergency rooms and the product. Most commonly associated with injury was bleach. Which can be toxic even if used as directed. We've known that those with asthma. Who work with cleaning products day in and day out can suffer adverse respiratory effects of worsening of symptoms declining lung function inflamed airways but even cleaning workers without asthma can be affected even below so-called acceptable exposure levels cleaners with or without reactive airways can suffer a substantial increase in lung function. Okay but that's people who clean for a living. Although we've known that occupational use of leech may have adverse respiratory health effects but it was unknown whether just common domestic use of bleach in the household may book lungs at risk until now bleach use was significantly associated with nearly five times yards of non allergic adult onset asthma as well as ongoing lower respiratory symptoms such as chronic cough. The way bleach works is as such a strong pro oxidant that the thought is that can lead to like leaky longs and allow allergens to penetrate this phenomenon of cleaning product induced. Asthma has been known for decades. Three quarters of the dozens of population is looking into it. Found increased risk of asthma or nasal inflammation. Ideally safer clean products should be available. Unfortunately this body of evidence has been largely ignored by the manufacturers and commercial cleaning companies and most of workers put at risk. Are women in fact. That may help. Explain some of the gender differences and asthma. The relatively high frequency of bleach us for home cleaning by women around the world together with a strong association between bleach using non allergic asthma emphasizes the need for reconsidering the use of bleach for cleaning.
Cold Laser Therapy: A Health Revelation With Dr. Kirk Gair
"You define cold laser therapy or so. We look at at at cold laser therapy. That means it's non-thermal because there are some lays out there that are thermal. There's some high powered ones that work by heating up the tissue low level lasers. They've been used since the nineteen sixties. And they're really pioneered in the former soviet union where there was so much research by nineteen seventy four that the russians were using them in their state-sponsored Medical care so they're using them for every branch of medicine basically even if it was. Obgyn if it was a oncology neurology orthopedics because they were able to see that it can help people to heal much faster. By the way the laser actually stimulate. Some changes will be called photo biochemical changes so the easiest way to think about lasers. Let's start with plants. Let's look at photosynthesis so you've gotta plants leaf and when sunlight hits the plant's leaf. They will absorb the photons of energy. Sounds like star trek but it absorbs photons and then the plant will convert that into food through photosynthesis so that's one simple way that living organisms can use light in humans when sunlight hits us. We can't make food but we can absorb that energy and make vitamin d that goes throughout the body in order to cause you to me stronger bones or affect the immune system and inflammation or the sunlight can cause you make me Melon for a suntan melatonin for your sleep wake cycles and for some people. They can't even get seasonal affective disorder. Where if they don't get enough light they can get depressed so we know that our bodies are already light reactive now. What happens when we get laser on the skin. You're not gonna make food or vitamin d or a melanin. But you're gonna make some other molecules that have a really powerful impact. One of the primary ones is you're going to make atp which is made in the mitochondria and so you have listeners. Who have autoimmune conditions fibromyalgia. Very common especially in females Where they have issues with their mighty country. The laser supports that by helping it to make extra energy extra. Atp and that can affect every single on your body brain cells as
Moderna: Heart Inflammation Risk Boosted Slightly by Vaccine
"Suggests the Moderna Covid vaccine might be linked to a higher risk of heart inflammation in young adults. Sarah Bartlett would details the FDA and CDC are taking a close look at new data from Canada. It indicates the risk of an extremely rare heart condition called myocarditis might be higher than previously thought. For young adults who received the Moderna vaccine. The potentially greater risk appears most notably for men younger than 30. I'm Sarah
Why It Pays to Be More Grateful and How to Show It by Dr Jenny Brockis
"Why it pays to be more grateful man how to show it by dr jenny. Baucus of dr jenny. Baucus dot com. What are you grateful for. According to cicero gratitude is more than being the greatest virtue. He described it as the mother of all other remaining virtues gratitude. This isn't about remembering to write your christmas. Thank you letter to auntie mabel. Who sent you that hideous pair of socks or thinking. Your mother-in-law for the huge dish of soggy overcooked brussel sprouts. That just got put on your plate at a family get together. This is about real gratitude that is authentic and heartfelt why that matters is because showing gratitude has been shown to dramatically ramp up your level of mental wellbeing. It's been described as an essential component for employee engagement. It has a positive effect on your physical health and resilience. In fact there's so much going for gratitude is hard to find a reason why you wouldn't want to include more gratitude in your life. Gratitude boosts recovery as we move into the new living with kovic era of heard twenty twenty one described as the year of recovery recovery from all our adversity financial insecurity economic downturn and mental health challenges. While i believe it's going to take somewhat longer than one year. Gratitude is an important part of our wellbeing armory for recovery helping us to distinguish between what is important and what is not to stay focused on what is possible and to strengthen our patience humility and wisdom which has been wearing a little thin for patients recovering from heart attack or other cardiac illness. The more grateful patients were found to have better sleep less fatigue and lower levels of inflammation in their recovery face. Meaning they recovered well while in the grace study. Researchers found that the most grateful patients were more energized. Engaged proactive in their own. Healthcare and motivated to make the necessary long-term behavioral changes to stay well breast cancer accounts for twenty five percent of cancers experienced by women when my mom lost her best friend breast cancer while still in her forties. It took her a long time to recover from that loss as gp and in my own circle of friends of known many who have endured the trauma of being diagnosed with the disease and then undertaking the long road to recovery with chemotherapy and surgery but surviving. That is only half the story. What then remains the ongoing fear for currents and possible death this is where gratitude interventions have been found to produce a positive effect and improve psychological functioning better coping angrier perceive support gratitude is linked to wellbeing.
Afghanistan: The Taliban Has Gained Ground at Surprising Speed
"Afghan army is quickly losing ground throughout the country to the taliban now to bolster its flagging military. The government is arming militias to help in the fight and by the way it should be said. This was the expectation the expectation was that if the us left afghanistan and foreign troops also left that the taliban would do a takeover right. This isn't the surprising part. The surprising part is the speed. And that's what's caught everyone off guard. They started by taking a parental capital zaranj. Just over a week ago right. The taliban have captured the capital of afghanistan's nimruz province as they step up their across the country earlier in the day gunman shot and killed the head of the afghan government's media and inflammation and really taken almost every provincial capital since With kabul really the last main wanting to fall the situation on the ground in kabul rapidly deteriorates. Us forces there are rushing to evacuate all personnel from the embassy or images online. Coming out right now inside kabul the presidential palace overrun by the taliban as you noted. Us officials have confirmed to fox news that afghan president ashraf ghani fled the country. So at this point you've basically seen a complete collapse of the afghan military of afghan authority in just over a week or so. The blistering taliban gains have reportedly taken some us officials by surprise but many this week including president biden have kept the focus on the afghan governments. Need to defend itself. Gotta fight for themselves simply stunned everyone in the us and around the world and it is arguably already one of the most successful guerrilla urged campaigns in history. I mean think about it. You have a militant group that in a matter of days not only looks like it's going to depose a government but a government backed by a major foreign power. It's quite
The 7 Keys to Health & Longevity
"Back when i was You know in college. I actually went to usc to study study cells in petri jewish and there are you know i studied these lung cells. And there's two type along. Sales one is type. One cell that basically lines the long participates in gas exchange. Then there was the type to sell which like a stem cell that could turn into type one cells but it also helps secrete something called surfactant which keeps the lung moist. Well we studied how these cells behaved in a petri dish and we started to learn. Okay well when does this. One cell differentiate into another cell. How does this help behave well. When we started to change the nutrients in the medium. We started to behave different. We started to change the temperature. It's hard to shift its behavior. In terms of how rapidly divided which changed the light and it started to change so turns out what determines the behavior or the state of a cell is not actually the dna. But it's actually all the energetic environment that's around that terms how the cell behaves and that. Dna's constantly listening again moment to moment with all that energetic environment right and what controls that environment everything because you dna's constantly listening but to learn everything and there's an infant amount of things that affects ourselves is going to help you or me but there are actually seven main things. In the book sleep nutrition movement emotional stress mastery relationships in purpose our thoughts and mindset those seven things is the eighty twenty rule or the ninety ten rule as to whether or not you can be in the thrive state which gives you access to optimal health longevity performance. Or if your cells think you're in stress because you haven't mastered those seven things. They think that you're in actually stress dangerous state. That's when inflammation increases immunity decreases. That's when you have chronic symptoms. That's when you get chronic disease this totally supports the studies on jeopardy. Where they'll they'll notice that you know people in this particular part of the world live on average ten or fifteen or even twenty years longer than people in this part of the world. it must be the genetics. Then they'll do. They'll follow their offspring. That move to a different part of the world within one generation their life span matches the place that they live
Glutathione: The Most Powerful Antioxidant in the Body
"I own is an antioxidant that is produced endogenously which means is produced within our body. Okay and it is made actually out of three different amino acids that we get from the proteins that we eat so those are three amino acids are called glued amine glycemic and sistine and the three of them joined to form a molecule which is an antioxidant called glutathione. And what's so great about glutathione okay. So glutathione claim to fame as that is the most powerful antioxidant in our body. Wow one of the most amazing powerful things that does everything from lower inflammation fight off. Free radicals detoxify. It's used in almost every single cell of our body so it's a very powerful antioxidant and so we need to get good levels of it in our bodies. So you know like i said it. It's produced naturally Than our body so question as somebody gets older. Is this one of those things that that that an older person may not be able to make as well yeah Glutathione levels in the body can be reduced by a number of factors. One is You know it. Declines with age other things could be like poor nutrition environmental toxins and stress which would lower the production of Glutathione and the body well stress just alone. Yes i know so so. That's why it's important to understand. First of all what glutathione is what it does. And then how we can make sure that we're producing enough of it in our body and and if not you know there could be some supplemental help. But we're we're finding that Food sources and you know just natural production of it in the body is a better way so so what glutathione is kind of interesting when just during the normal detoxification processes that happen in our body. We produce these things called free radicals and in order for those free radicals to be neutralize. They need to. We need an any oxidant kind of attach to them. And so glutathione is known as one of the most powerful ones of those and we call it. It's called a conjugate ing compound because the word means kind of like to handcuff. And so what glutathione does it handcuffs these free radicals and then basically you know moves them to the channels of elimination and the
Discussing Metabolic Health and COVID With Dr. Dominic D’Agostino
"With kobe. The main risk factor. That's not really being discussed as much as it should be is metabolic health. I mean that's why we have. You know the conference metabolic health summit which is bringing together clinicians and scientists and networker z- To discuss this topic before kovac's even hit And we do know that if you have hyperinsulinemia hyperglycemia in type two diabetes. If you're overweight if you're obese your astronomically at a higher risk for contracting but having a poor outcome if you have covered nineteen infections whether it be you know just your immune system or your Atherogenic risk or your body's ability to cope if you have hyperglycemia and high inflammation. That's a bird in that your body has to deal with in addition to the covert infection. And that could also exacerbate the inflammatory response so having optimal metabolic health in terms of low insulin. Low glycemic variability low glucose overall And just optimizing your cardio. Metabolic biomarkers is the way to combat this Disease and it's not. There's not a whole lot of attention. funding resources being put into that right now.
What is Fungal Overgrowth?
"Got a growing condition. Our side he called small intestinal fungal overgrowth and just in general mold and other biotoxins which are basically living organisms that that end up eating different things in our body and creating endotoxins that signal inflammation in different regions of our body. These are these are really really problematic. So mold and yeast can cause major issues including a condition called chronic immune response or chronic inflammatory response syndrome. Sirs lyme disease and other really common one viral infections in then bacterial endotoxin so certain bacteria release things like lipopolysaccharide rides l. p. s. which creates a very potent inflammatory process in our body. The reason why these things are so damaging our system is because our body is hardwired for survival. And we know that sepsis or chronic. Systemic infections have killed more people throughout the history of mankind than anything else and so the way that our body has adapted to make sure. We don't die from bacterial meningitis. For example is that we create this really potent inflammatory process whenever we feel threatened and so when it comes to mold and mold spores or yeast like candida that releases things like leo toxin and Seato outta hide And you have lime disease parrella and different things like that and the toxins that they release viruses that are damaging cells and then the l. p. s. from bacterial endotoxins reasons are released. The body says i'm under threat. That this is an organism that can kill me quickly. So i need to create this really strong inflammatory process and inflammation is the reason why as humans that you know in a sense from physiological perspective. Reason why we've been able to adapt however what we need to adapt to now is really being able to control and modulate or balance the inflammatory process from these biotoxins and so this condition of small intestinal fungal overgrowth in. It could certainly happen in a law. The large intestine as well. However it's very very common for candida in different east organisms to overgrowth different Different mold yeast like organisms. I guess you could say To over to colony in the small intestine
Can You Really Freeze Fat Away?
"Talking about that phrasing today which is very popular. Non invasive body sculpting treatment the scientific name full-fat freezing is cairo lippo. Uscis which i know is a little bit of a mouthful kyra means cold leiper meaning fats and lascivious meaning to dissolve all loosen but you've probably seen it marketed as coo sculpting. Which is the only branch have fda approval however they awesome other names floating around the treatment was actually invented. I think this is so interesting by observing what happens when kids eight. I pose see. Now when like little children alike aiding the icy polls and i kind of just leave them in their mouths this sort of sitting against their cheek so the car founders of this treatment. We're intrigued when something called cold. Induced fat necrosis was reported to occur off. Today's kids eight. The icy post that will sort of left resting on their cheeks for several minutes. Skin samples taken from patients like these showed inflammation in the fight but normal skin. So thus i love using would thus it appeared that that may be more sensitive to cold injury than other tissue types. Using this concept a cooling device was tested on pigs. Sorry pigs in two thousand and seven to save fat cells could be selectively destroyed. The results were very promising. There was was about a half an inch reduction in the peaks. Fat layer in the treated areas so by two thousand and ten the first cairo. Lopo asus technology approved for human use named coup sculpting was cleared as a treatment for love handles and then clearance full. Treating other parts of the body was soon pastas well and those parts of the bodies will like you thought is to saddles. You back saddles. You belly abroa- fat onto side of the bomb bomb and even your chin so all of those have been fda approved as well. But how exactly does it work. Unfortunately no one knows for show which doesn't exactly sound promising but basically a special vacuumed applicator is applied to an area of the body and controlled cooling technique lowest the treated area to minus nine degrees and that's celsius cooling energy traits. The thought la without any damage to surrounding cells and experts. Think that because fat cells cannot survive at this temperate cha a few days after treatment. The cooled fat cells die and over the next few months. You'll buddy will actually digest. The dead fat
The Amazing Benefits of Cryotherapy
"So what are the benefits of cryotherapy So i think some of the biggest benefits would bay the reduction of inflammation so it very much reduces inflammation in the body and in the joints when it comes to skin as well so it increases collagen production and because of how cold it is so when you go into the cryotherapy chamber all of your blood vessels will constrict and sorry. Blood will get rushed to the center of the body as i guess a survival mechanism so protect the bottle organs and then when he come out of the cryotherapy chamber all of that blah. That's going to the core of the body. it's freshly oxygenated. It's all the nutrients out of back into it that then shoots apt the extremities of the body and basically flushes your entire system with fricks. Fresh oxygenated blood. So okay so who would not be able to do this. I'm probably so anyone that has sivy dislike of the cold would probably not. Well when i say severe. I mean sabih anyone. We hot conditions probably wouldn't be great so we get a wide array of people coming. He aso get anything. From professional athletes to grandparent's in the eighties that will come in use it for arthritis or any can wind conditions to everyday people that will just use it as well just to maintain the general vitality and hell sorry. Yeah huge huge Broad range of
Addison George, From Naperville Central High School, on Mask Mandates
"Central in april. I got the co vaccine. As soon as i was eligible even though i already had kobe last year and i knew i wasn't at high risk of getting it again. I did this. I could be free from all restrictions placed on me over the past year. I did it because all the adults. My life told me it would help those more vulnerable. They told me. I could finally live my life again without masks without quarantines and without remote school. I've done everything the adults have asked me to do. And now you want me to wear a mask again for eight hours every day at school. Who am i really protecting by wearing a piece of cloth. Every single student and teacher in naperville central is eligible for the vaccine. Every single person can make their own decision and about what risks. They're willing to take an. I should be allowed to do the same for myself. You might think it's no big deal. Where mask all day but for me. It is a big deal so this young girl. Who did everything she was told to do. And now they've moved the goalposts they want her as vaccinated young girl to wear masks eight hours day in school and so number one their health consequences for these kinds of policies not just psychological ones and you call it the figures to me from dr maccari. Who's johns hopkins darkens. Yes so. I've used his figures that a stunning the mortality rate for children in america who catch cove. It isn't one percent isn't half a percent. it is zero point. Zero five zero point zero five and these young kids are being told moscow up. Then you've talked about this myocarditis the inflammation of the heart which can be caused by some of the vaccines. You're seeing in children. The average rate normal rate for this inflammation
How Stress Affects Your Body
"I just want you to understand the importance of taking things easy and i want you to understand that it even though nutrition is kind of the king and i still believe that stress is the number one cause of all of the health issues most of the healthiest and most of the weight gain. So if we can people knew one thing from the entire problem. Obviously you're doing card. You do an exercise. You do different things. Nutrition fast and all of that is incredible enormous amount of health and weightless benefits and energy all of that. But if we can take on the one thing it's definitely especially nowadays events. Trust modulation stress is a number one thing that causing completely shut down. Immune system is just so happened in that our body works this way. It's normal process. All i'm just saying that's not normal when trust guests chronicle when you always thinking about something bad or i'm using job or something with my husband or some neighbors said something to me and i'm not happy doesn't matter what it can be. It can be real danger or is unsustainable mental stress right now because we have three kinds of stress have mental stress and most achey emotional which is the worst in our case. We have physical stress with when you get some trauma you hit yourself or somebody heat. You some caught some some wound. That's normal. it's temporarily. And stresses good inflammation is good when it's temporarily right and then wounds code and we gone with that without with that and we have chemicals trust chemical stresses can be like poisoning alcohol consumption things like that so the most problems in our society nowadays that we experienced is stress common. It's mental achey emotional stress meaning. There is no even the real reason why you need to distress but we are stressing out just by thought alone in our hats right we just can lay down or sit down just dimension. Our boss and some veteran met ben. Experience has happened with the boss or with their neighbor of your mom. It can be mean as it. It's actually beat us. Think it's anything And when we think about that we actually when was stressing out we our blood sugar get elevated and our whole system our para sympathetic nervous system turning into sympathetic person. Pathetic is to rest and recovery. This is what we want. We want to eat and recall when we eat. We don't want to watch bad news to be honest with a one of which even action movies because someone killing some some because you not even notice and that but that's how our system works. You will distressing out without even knowing
Brain Degeneration: Causes, Symptoms, and Solutions
"Hey everybody today. We are talking about the process of brain degeneration. I'm going to go through the major causes of brain degeneration of what it really is what it looks like. I'm gonna show you visual presentations. What brain degeneration looks like. And i'm also going to show you the best natural solutions how to prevent your brain from degenerating. C- can think sharply in quickly throughout your entire life and so let's jump into this year and so when we look at brain degeneration we know that the brain is very very susceptible to chronic inflammation chronic inflammation. Literally chews up the brain tissue and so as you're looking at this image here. The hippocampus is really where we store memories. And so that's one of the areas. That's extremely sensitive to inflammation to blood sugar dysregulation and high poxy or oxygen states and it starts to shrink which obviously then causes cognitive decline. And also you can see the entire cerebral cortex shrinks up it atrophies. This is what happens when it's exposed to inflammation of our time so major symptoms memory loss. Forgetfulness confusion irritability is really common. Depression agitation loss of inhibitions normally. You're able to kind of control certain you know socially unacceptable thoughts and as your brains are degenerate. You have trouble doing that. Also is another big one and apathy. Let's see major causes o'brady generation so blood sugar and balance is probably the number one cause right behind it is environmental toxicities when your blood. Sugar is not stable and balanced. That's going to end up resulting in periods of hypoglycemia. Sorry it's going to result in hypoglycemia in your brain where the you're not able to get sugar into the cells and their native produce energy and so they start to They start have excited toxicity and die. And there's also a lot of toxins that we called neuro-toxins that damage the brain
The Gut-Brain Connection
"You may have thought you know. I have a gut feeling about something. Well that's probably true. Perhaps the gut connection to your moods is the same as having a gut feeling about something So we are all connected. Yes absolutely yeah so that gut microbiome like you said it's that collection of both good and bad bacteria that lives throughout our whole entire digestive tract and on previous shows. Because we've here's another topic that got health is another topic that we have covered numerous numerous times on past shows. We've talked about how those microbes are connected to lots of different things that people may experience though things like this general inflammation but things also like pain The foods we choose the way we eat are eating behaviors. In general specific food cravings are moods anxiety depression. Which is our topic today. And maybe this is a question that just dietitians wonder. But i i've asked myself to of you know for the listeners out there. Have you ever noticed that had ibs or which is irritable bowel syndrome or any other kind of digestive issues. How often do those tend to coexist with anxiety and oftentimes depression. Very good question. yes so you know it's really a two-way street. Your gut bugs talk to your brain pm. Fluence emotions and at the same time your emotions in the neurotransmitters used by your brain have a profound effect on your gut So when there's a breakdown of the good communication between the gut and the brain that's when depression and anxiety slips in the interesting isn't it. Yeah super interesting.
Let's Talk Tomatoes!
"This week. We're going to talk about tomatoes. That'd be nice. Yeah so tomatoes. Are they a fruit. Or are they a vegetable and are they healthy or are they not good questions. Yeah these are all good questions questions. That i get often. So we'll start with the easy one. Are they a fruit or are they a vegetable so Botanically speaking they are a fruit. Oh so they. Although you know they don't have the types of naturally occurring sugars that some of the sweeter fruits have so we tend to typically use them in our american diet as a vegetable so they tend to go better with the more savory types of Other vegetables knows. I can salads or even using a sauces and things rather than like you know. You're not gonna see somebody making a tomato pie like you would see the making an apple pie right so yeah so they are a fruit and you know in the botanical world. Anything that has seeds. An appeal is considered a fruit. So we would even consider things like cucumbers pumpkins of fruit. Well then of course avocados are a fruit too So now are they healthy or are they not you know. There's a lot of controversy around this because Historically people used think that tomatoes would kill you. What yeah this cels like. If you go back into the eighteen hundreds people used to think that they had poisons in them and that if you ate them you would get toxic and that you you know potentially could be could die from them so there's been always kind of like a dark side history to tomatoes and in fact Their botanical name is salon. Selenium lyco per succumb which means nightshade wolf peach and this refers to the former belief that like a wolf. This fruit was dangerous. And isn't that an interesting kind of history on the name yes interesting. Yeah but anyway Tomatoes are not really dangerous And you know for some people. They might create a More of an inflammation in the body than than In somebody else so we'll you know we'll get to that in a minute but there's lots of different types of tomatoes and they have many different health benefits so you know. I would usually give my thumb up to tomato but we tend to see a lot of you know maybe about ten different varieties of them that we would see in the store. We see the beefsteak type. The grape tomatoes the roma's The heirloom tomatoes on the vine which we tend to see. But actually if you were to grow your own tomatoes you have about four hundred different seed varieties to choose
How Does Fasting Impact the Immune System?
"How does fasting impact the immune system. How can it help. Reduce auto immunity and chronic inflammation in the body. Well couple major mechanisms. One is this mechanism of autophagy. Which i'm gonna go into which means self eating. And so it's really powerful. And fasting stimulates it also down regulates inflammation throughout the body improves the diversity of the microbiome and help stimulate he where we call keystone species of bacteria it actually helps improve those and then it regenerates our immune cells many of us are walking around with what's called a senescent immune cells with these old damaged immune cells that just aren't functioning very well and because they're not functioning well they're attacking our own tissue. They're creating more inflammation in the system. Fasten helps down regulate those so the i will look at autophagy not taught for actually researcher in two thousand sixteen won the nobel prize for Really a lot of foundational work on autophagy. Now this has been studied for a while now. But we're learning more and more about this every single day and it's basically this self eating mechanism the body's cells where they start to break down intracellular components within the cell. And they do that. So the body you know all the cells need fuel okay. So our body naturally will break down older damaged cells when we don't have food right fasting. We don't have food. We don't have the proteins that we need so now the bodies actually gonna go in and the the body's own intelligence knows how to do this so it goes in and it starts to break down older damaged cellular Components might oke andrea gold apparatus. All those things that we learned in biology class that are inside the cell search to break those down and then takes the raw materials and uses it to create new might contra right crates new sailor components so regenerates the cell. And that's really what it's about. It's about recycling and regenerating and this is the power of the body. Body knows how to heal and autophagy is how it does
"inflammation never inflammation" Discussed on The Redesign Your Body Podcast
"So what is what does success when it comes to health and wellness is it example. I like everybody. Losing fifty kilos is it. Example bay having bama of twenty five is it example say having fifty kilos of lean muscle mass. Is it being able to around five kilometers. What is true health wellness and that is really what i want to dive deep into today because let's be honest. Health and wellness is different. Every person on this earth short we may have aspirations that align with one another such as a two hundred k j deadliest personal best all losing fifteen kilos to fit into your wedding dress or even be able to do the splits. I can't do that. You'll goals may often along with other people's goals but they differ. Because you have your own personal meaning behind them which drives you to achieve them now. One thing health is not is when you take someone else's go health goals all idea of health as you are because you want to a fit in bay impressed them will save. Feel that you have to have those as your goals. Otherwise you around on the not to want to be around you not on. So let's take a quick stab at what i think is true health and wellbeing. So if you want to improve your health by taken on goals at someone else's impressed upon you eva because they want your support all let's be honest one you'd have this anglos zen and it's up to you to know how to handle the situation but i do not believe that personal true personal well-being comes from having goals made for you about your own. Mind your embody yarn health. They need to be yours. So let's talk about body transformations live. Trent lott changing transformations do not just because someone eats bedford turns up to the gm consistently short that may play a role. The let us be honest. There are plenty. Plenty of. Fact is the play a role in success when it comes to a healthy transformation which i will listen now and i wanted to reiterate that success is you make it. It is not what i'm going to tell. You is my definition of success. It is up to you. Determine what is the best version of your health would success for you with your health and wellbeing goals with light loss. I'm having a mental health getting stronger paying for a better sleep. Whatever it is success is what you make it. So the plenty of factors in in the role of success when it comes to a healthy transmission going to the list. you've got reduced. Inflammation never inflammation could occur through better nutrition and less sleep deprivation. You've got improve sleep quality through nutrition through rigorous blue light exposure. Which improves the melatonin. Palau's melatonin to actually forming a slate and exercise. You've then got increased muscle through resistance training if got increased muscle occurring receive quality using the growth home arm and number talking about homes. He actually inject the growth. Moment is something that naturally occurs when you go to sleep in recovery muscle-building phase and then you've got nutrition intake to see how these things will connect improved got health which can help be role of success in la transformation because improved got health can come from better nutrition making better choices having a better relationship with food understanding. What types of foods actually make a difference to one's health mo- being done you know you've got food. Roddy you can improve your sleep quality again. Which will improve your health and your regular exercise. Woman's who will. This is a really big one. And i deep dive into this one because i modestly non-expert but i do the best with what i know and how it can help you the lisa here. In the rate community the hormones will begin to balance out as a result of frequent exercise.