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"keira lo bianco" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

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"keira lo bianco" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

"Diabetics as an undergraduate student at the University of Rhode Island and received her dpt from Stony Brook. University let's welcome to the show Keira Lo Bianco. Moving when there's like a crowd in the background even when you know it's fake this is fake. Like. Hey, this is Kinda cool here. WHOA. Thank you. Thanks for having me. This is great. I didn't prep you for this. We're going to get into intermittent fasting, but I didn't prep you for this. I want to tell the story about how we like met. Do you remember this? It was at. What city we were, and it was a conference where were we Boston. Boston yeah. They think. Maybe honestly, they're all they're all a blur to me I just never it was a conference center. It's all I know. Or many I go to a few. So so what happened it's been a a a minute correct me if I'm wrong with this is how I remember it. I ordered like a million pint glasses to be shipped I'm talking these were the glasses these the glasses right here. Okay. Chip cases of I shipped him to the. Little. FEDEX KIOSK in the conference center and I went to pick them up. And the guy was like, well, first of all, he was like is going to be twelve hundred dollars to pick those up and I was like the glass is only cost like eight hundred dollars and he's like, yeah, there's a receiving fee and I was like I don't have twelve hundred dollars to give to receive the glasses I just paid so you can keep them if you want. Or I could leave this hundred dollar bill here and you can take a fifteen minute break. There's a hand truck in the back I'll be back in fifteen, but then I started panicking because I couldn't physically carry them all by myself a million miles across the conference center, and that's where I did I run the hallway like a literally just grabbed someone's like who who can help me I looked at year strong. I look really struggle. I forgot about that actually by all I remember is logging them in and out of elevator. Yes we were doing Hawass we carried them across the Conference Center and the reason I needed to do it quickly because that guy was gonna come back and I was like my love, he'll ask for another one hundred bucks and I didn't have it. So I was like, let's go. So that teaches you anything from today's podcast. So far is a hundred bucks can save twelve hundred bucks if you're. A long way. Well Hey. Thanks for jumping on the show since twenty seventeen you were a student still there right at Stony Brook yet. Yep. I graduated in eighteen so you're later Congratulations you've got that going for you and are you still on the Long Island? Where are you I? Am I I'm actually I just got put out east in Southampton. So that's been my my home base for why We likes the Hamptons Hi Al Maybe, one day I'll get out to the HAMPTONS. Yeah. Don't don't threaten me with a good time. So the reason I bring you on today as we found in your intro, you did a little background, your undergraduate work in nutrition dietetic talk about that briefly. What drew that way. What did you learn? Yes. So when I was an Undergrad I, I knew right off the bat I wanted to go to PT school part of most kinesiology programs has been taking either one or two, maybe three nutrition courses and I took my first one and fell in love with it and I felt so torn up on my gosh do I continue with PT, which has been my dream to be or joy mixing up and pursue nutrition. So I actually just couldn't design and I picked both. I mean we had. We had an interview on when we're at CSM with Sarabeth Burke and she talks PhD and hybridity, and she's talking more and more mixing of things is actually more valuable versus where my parents generation was be really super good at just one thing and engage into that thing and stayed there for twenty years and now that's not the case. Yeah absolutely I mean I I always found an Undergrad and even still now like you really can't talk about exercise without talking about diet vice versa, they're so interrelated that I, think it's important to have a well rounded view towards it plus. Everyone's getting. So specialized that it's being, it's harder to collaborate. It's harder to mix everybody together because hearing. So many different viewpoints bottle so. Important to know a little bit about both. And that's why I got excited to talk to you about this this particular topic, intermittent fasting today because it's come up a lot people ask me and I. My my my standard response is I. Don't know if I'm educated enough to speak to you in depth on that like I literally have that verbatim because when I don't want to say is I don't know. because. That's the kind of like but I don't but I want to say educated enough now if you're asking me to get more educated, I can do that for you. But since you had, you have this this this this nutrition background this is this love for I was like Hey care is gonna come on the show. Let's talk about intermittent fasting I'm sure it's come up with in clinic for some people out there in the audience right now. So let's dig in. Let's go big small macro micro what the heck is intermittent fasting. So I actually, before you asked me but I really it was kind of on my to do list research because I do get a lot of questions about it in clinic. So I really wasn't too sure what the pros and cons of it were what the benefits were. So I've done good research at this point and it's actually pretty simple in terms of like the basic terminology of it. So people are using the word intermittent fasting in place of something called restricted eating. So people are this is usually Looked at in a ratio. So time spent eating. Then time spent fasting but intermittent fasting, really an umbrella term in the literature for a bunch of different types of fasting you do prolonged fasting, which has shown its own benefits that's typically fast in greater than forty eight hours. But this time restricted eating component is really Ah Tool that you can use to match your circadian rhythm. So. Basically, what that means is eating in a time when your metabolism is at its peak and not eating when you're. At a slower rate. So timing those things out. So a couple of different types of in terms of intermittent staff, your prolonged. prolonged. What was it again? What was the term fasting prolonged fasting? So. Yeah. So I mean I know some people who had the concept of they can eat anything they want for eight hours but it was only this eight hour period anything else it was like they were from the movie gremlins like you do not feed the person outside the eight hours or you don't you don't want to know what's going to happen and they treated like that and. These people will swear by results and when you were looking into, you know intermittent fasting as buzzword term you know, what were you finding in terms of what works for whom does one thing work for everybody or you need to try different things out as you mentioned with rhythms? Well. So that's actually funny that you say that because this is basically the the main reason.

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