4 Burst results for "Lauren Corden"

"lauren corden" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

03:09 min | 8 months ago

"lauren corden" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"You know, these metabolites are lowering the risk of colorectal cancer. They're driving down inflammation throughout the body. And protecting us against things like neuro degenerative diseases. So there's a there's a bandaid solution here where you get this short term benefit. What I think is being overlooked is that chronic diseases have a long latency period. You know, they bubble away under the surface for for a while. And, you know, you might experience chronic disease in your 40s or 50s or 60s, but by and large, the lifestyle that you were leading ten, 20, 30 years ago was had a lot to do with the development of that chronic disease. You know, you spoke to the soldiers from the Korean War. They were young. They were laying down the pathology of atherosclerosis. So my fear is it is this sort of short term band aid solution. And my biggest fear with it is that it sends LDL cholesterol through the roof. I'm talking. I said before, a hundred milligrams per deciliter is like it's considered the kind of recommendation here in America and in Australia. But as I said, really, you got to get down to 60 or 70 milligrams per deciliter where you don't see atherosclerosis. And here's the really, really interesting thing rich. Lauren Corden, he wrote the paleo diet book. He also published a paper that goes into what is a healthy LDL cholesterol level. This is coming from the father of the paleo diet. And he went through and he looked at LDL cholesterol as a primates and of hunter gatherer tribes where there is low incidence of atherosclerosis. And his conclusion in this paper that he wrote, the father of the paleo diet was that human LDL cholesterol needs to be at 50 to 70 milligrams per deciliter in order to avoid atherosclerosis. So this is coming from him. And you might think, well, hang on. He's advocating for the paleo diet, then how can he be also saying that LDL cholesterol should be low? And a lot of this comes back down to what the paleo diet is versus how people are doing it. Yeah. And so it's a very good point. Yeah, because it's not exactly the way that it's been massively adopted. That's right. And the paleo diet if you look how Lauren cordain, what he recommends, you know, it's talking about mates that are very low in saturated fat. If you went back and looked in the Paleolithic era and you look at woolly mammoth or these types of mates that would have been eaten then there are more equivalent to venison and antelope, which are very low in saturated fat and higher in polyunsaturated fats..

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"lauren corden" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"lauren corden" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"What the paleo diet really consists of. Yeah you you know. The media easiest way to describe the dietary part of it is by exclusion so we are removing grains legumes and dairy and so then by extension. We're looking at me seafood. Fruits vegetables fruits shoots tubers It starts sounding like kind of a an odd religion though. Because people will chemo us seed or at you know and it gets squirrelly. They're in for me a very early. On what i notice to was that if we could just get people what they needed was like a a home base i think about when when your kids and you play tag like you have this chief based to go back to so many folks like the never in their lives gone five days ten days to say nothing of a month without eating gluten or dairy or night shades or you know whatever in so many of the chronic diseases that we see that people just take to be normal like acid reflux and joint pain and and acne you know whole host of things pretty good indicator that they're they're largely diet and lifestyle related and so what i found was if i could get people to do this basically in an elimination diet around kind of paleo principles. Ruin it for thirty days. It was short enough that most people you kinda guilt them or cajoled him into doing it for thirty days. It's like come on. You know like you can. You can do this for thirty days but it was. It was long enough for folks to get really stunning results. And better and then i would tell them reintroduce aldo's thanks one food at a time and it was kind of odd i opening for people like i really am reactive gluten or i really am reactive. Do cow dairy but not goat dairy and so it was. It was cool being able to use this elimination diet. Approach built around these paleo principles. Not i really do have to say that Although the paleo diet as as it has historically been understood his kind of waned in popularity things like Thirty which is basically built around the same templates but provide some to more structure on. It has gone on his helped a good number of people and it's worth mentioning that things like circadian biology early time restricted eating. And also the gut microbiome really got put into prominence because of the paleo diet concept like that was really the genesis for the researchers who are now looking at those topics. Today they will all credit like the work of lauren. Corden and other folks in early paleo diet research community for putting that topic on their radar. Yes so interesting you know i. I really made a lot of diet changes. I have a similar story actually at irritable bowel syndrome. So i didn't have ulcerative colitis. But i ended up losing thirty pounds as well had static. Hypertension yeah just extreme fatigue and this is around two thousand fourteen thousand five. I was in graduate school. I came across the makers diet by jordan which a lot of similar principles writing percents started making a lot of diet. Changes started doing intermittent fasting. Before i even knew what it was and You know it's interesting. Because i was taking exercise physiology courses and my teacher would always say you know you gotta start your morning right with this amount of calories right and i ended up gaining that weight back by time restricted. Feeding and more or less will be called at that point a healing diet. We took out all the grains right legumes went low carb and i would do some carb backloading but i'm like sweet potatoes and things like that. I didn't even know these back then but it was. It allowed me to regain my health back in you. Know the mid two thousands and it's interesting how all of this has come along and evolved and you know what your next book wired to eat. You did a lot of research on people's unique responses blood sugar particularly responses to food. So let's talk a little bit about that. I should if had been a better marketer. I could have had lake the paleo solution for cats and dogs in old people and young people. You know. I love barry sears. But like he really wore the tires off of it operations off of his own concept. And i didn't want to do that. I really if. I did something new. I funny enough like this is how naive i was. When i published the paleo solution was like this is going to answer all the problems. Like i'm an after work for a different line of work. You know like i'm done like this'll go out there and it will change the world. I've got a year in super foolish in in that. It definitely has helped people and you know we grow involve and everything but With wired. I really wanted something that was qualitatively different than what i had put forward in the pillow solution. It still definitely has a strong paleo diet kind of kind of center to it but there were two things that popped up that i found really interesting and and one of them was a paper from a guy that unfortunately died before i could i could get him on my podcast. He's a researcher. Out of georgia on blinking on his last name. That a a greek guy heritage but he wrote this paper The determinative brain evolution. The omnivores real dilemma. And he talked about kind of the evolution of the neuro regulation of appetite in these. These ideas around all organisms on the planet are wired to consume the most nutrient dense food sources that they can and generally that means protein-rich foods like whether you're talking about grazing animals preferring clover over grass It always is kind of consistency in in seeking out nutrient density and then. There's a flip side to this wildly. We seek out food density and novelty. We also have a tendency to get bored all organisms. Get bored with the food that the readings so they want a certain amount of variety and this makes sense from a diversifying the nutrients that we get but also from the standpoint. Like is awesome is blueberries. Are blueberries have some toxic substances in manipu- over eight them. They could maybe overwhelm one part of your liver detoxification pathway and and so this combination which is so fascinating made so much sense and the thing for me that really struck was it made the case that living the way that we are wired to eat which is where the term for. The book.

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"lauren corden" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

07:40 min | 2 years ago

"lauren corden" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Of course you're reducing inflammation right. Because I guess it's kind of annoying really. What the what the corporations have done though to to the Ketogenic Diet and lifestyle just like they did to Paleo. Five years ago is now. You've got all these bars out on the market. Where you had like Lauren. Corden who kind of touted himself as the expert or the inventor Paleo Diet and then you get his according bar and it was like twenty five grams of sugar and it was like a Paleo bar with the picture of a woolly mammoth on the on the label and it was like full of dates and and other garbage right. So now we're seeing the same thing with with the Ketogenic Diet and you know some of our friends and mutual friends and acquaintances in the space. They're promoting lot of these different products on the market. That are really distracting from the idea of eating real food. So it's you know by this. Kito shake by this kito powder by Kito Bar etc which. I'm all game for if you're busy you're on the go. You gotTa have a product to help you to supplement the lifestyle but when it gets to a point where people are replacing meals and instead of eating a nice grass-fed pastured meet with some vegetables and maybe some butter and some good spices and etc Nice Celtic Sea. Salt they're a Himalayan salt on their meal and instead like yeah eight this Kito Bar. I did this. Kito shake where you despite this powdery. Whole foods and throw it in with water. It's I we're getting away from the point which is real food the PEOP- The people need to realize this. There's this more profit and I sell supplements to make money selling supplement. So I'm saying this is someone who's in the industry and business. There's more money to be made on selling Kito powder versus selling grass fed steak so just use those products. I use those products personally. But make sure you still have the foundation in of your eating real food to three times a day depending on the person. I have to eat more often because I've noticed the ADRENAL stress of skipping. A meal has been too much for me with physicians. So I've had to add an extra meal where before I was okay at two meals? Now I'm back up to three. Yeah and that's common with the sort of mold illness Dealing with is you've met this constant stress going on and that's principle we talk about getting Kito adapted. One of the big keys is reducing stress on the body now three meals. A day is a lot better. A lot of people are doing eating every three hours or something like that. Five six meals a day or constantly. Getting that insolence so three meals. You KINDA gap it out hydrating between. You'RE GONNA CAUSE BASICALLY A lot less overall insulin being released and therefore in between those meals your body start utilizing those especially some big thin like you. That's basically got this fast metabolism to start doing that. Were Insulin Resistance. Somebody is harder time. They'RE GONNA THEY'RE GONNA get basically being able to produce So they may need to reduce the amount of meals that they're consuming to reduce the overall insulin. But when you're dealing with something like were cried stressor Like me on this this case right definitely spacing those meals out keeping your adrenal stress mitigated right getting into a love. Roy have some stress beginning to level where we can adapt the factory. His is key here now. I know in the beginning. We were talking a little bit about mycotoxin each food. Okay and you're talking about how basically Genyk lifestyle helps remove a lot of these things. Let's go into detail about that. Yeah so and I don't know I don't even know I recording at that point but I was telling you I think the reason so many people feel so good going with lower car or maybe even a ketogenic diet is because they're removing a lot of these foods which are contaminated with these mycotoxin so for example there's a common one called zero La- known Zarrella known as e e a for short and this is a mycotoxin produced by the mold species. Saria and this has been shown to damage the kidneys. Deliver it damages the immune system on their some studies showing. It's a it's a carcinogen so causes cancer now. Most people are getting exposed to micro-toxins just based on being in a water damage building. So let's just say that right away. The biggest exposure is breathing in water damage building if you look at some of the statistics that the US EPA IN DC provides. You know they're talking fifty seventy some crazy high number percent of buildings in the. Us have a water event or have had a water event in over the last three years so basically every buildings moldy pretty much. I mean even my friend in Albuquerque New Mexico where the humidity level is only like seven or nine percent. Where here in Kentucky? And you know where you are in the south. It's like seventy eighty percent humidity. It's ridiculous it's like a swamp in a we have a much more higher incidence of mold based on the testing. I've done of people in Kentucky and in the south versus the West. We do see southwest. We do see generally less mold because of less humidity however here this guy is in the desert and he went and visited some of these old or would you call antique stores but History Museums and such and NFL terrible is like those buildings are definitely moldy. So so that's where you get your main exposure but then the food is number two so for example zero known. This mycotoxin is in wheat in barley rice in its in corn. And so if you think about someone that's farming and they take the wheat and the weeds moist and it doesn't dry out within forty eight hours. It's going to have mold growth now with okra toxin. This is another one that I have a my body. Ochre toxin also comes from Water damage buildings primarily ASPERGILLUS PANACEA Liam. But this is what the lab tells us right here. They say here exposure from contaminated foods would be cereals which there's the grain again writer oats and your wheat and barley so cereal grapes and grape juices dairy spices wine so a lot of people may be drinking wine. That's contaminated. Think about it. You gotta dried grapes. How long did it take those grapes to dry out if it took too long? Those grapes grow mould mould puts off micro-toxins and then also says coffee so Dave aspreys done a good job of educating people about molden coffee by promoting his brand. There's other brands out there though. Besides his at have tested coffee and shown that there's no mycotoxin problem. The brand purity purity coffee. Their organic certification which bulletproof is not and they also test for micro-toxins. I don't have affiliation with them. Don't even drink coffee but I have read in recommended that to clients. They've had good success. So why am I bringing this up in food while because you test your house and you show a perfectly fine but then I look at your urine and I'm like okay? Well you either previously lived in a moldy house or you did it test your office and you work in Moldy building or that glass or two of wine. That you drink every night is messed up. So I think there's multiple sources they have to be acknowledged necessarily important You know being KITA genetic I've seen so many people. Roughly fifty to sixty percent of people they get started Template and they feel better pretty pretty quickly a lose weight their brain functions better energies better. But then you've got this forty to fifty percent that seemed to struggle and that forty five percent in may have to deal with something like illness or for chronic infection or something that you've got a DA debris bodies creating too.

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"lauren corden" Discussed on Break The Rules

Break The Rules

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"lauren corden" Discussed on Break The Rules

"Allow Pelosi allows so excited. How Darker Terry Walled in the House today and Dr Terry or Dr Walson? Admire and respect so much a leading position in. The Them Yoon Boosting Movement I guess you could say. She's really geared at helping. Empower patients in people to take their health back into their own hands, nutrition and lifestyle, and she lives in breeze east, what she, what? She teaches just by being a by product herself of her own protocols that she's developed over the years and overcoming I am are sending her multiple slurs into remission through nutrition and. Lifestyles Laws Dr Terry. I'm so happy that you came on and I know you have a new updated edition of your book. My Baby. How long has the book been on? Well, you know. It came out on March seventeenth. The original edition came out March twenty fourteen so six years ago. And so it's really time to get updated with the new science My thinking has evolved during that time period. Yeah I'm really interested to diving and let's get a little bit of background to I. Know some of our viewers don't necessarily know your whole story as? So I'm a professor of medicine here at the University of Iowa in for years, I was very conventional. Deeply skeptical of integrated functional medicine. But you know. God has an interesting way of helping us get insight in two thousand I developed weakness in my left leg, got a big evaluation and was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. Now I I would treat disease very aggressively because Ms is a progressive disorder. I and so I did some research found the best Emma Center could find in the country. Saad their best people took the newest drugs and went relentlessly downhill now within two years. My Cleveland Clinic Physicians Mention the work of Lauren Corden i. read his books as papers. And after a lot of prayer and meditation, I decided to go back to eating meat I gave up all rain. All all dairy, I continue to go downhill the next year. recline wheelchair. Took more aggressive drugs then moved onto even the new biologic drugs and. monotonously went downhill I was very clear that the best science, the best drugs best technology was probably not gonNA, stop or march towards a bed, possibly demented, possibly intractable pain life because I have tried Jemele Neuralgia and it Howard. I had that for twenty years, I. It's electrical face pains that would come on more frequently more severe. We're getting definitely more difficult to turn off. I was reading the basic science. I and would decide. That might occur. Were that the root cause, but was driving disability in the setting of multiple sclerosis. So I again did more research and I would create a supplement cocktail that was very helpful for my might conrail, and at ease, my fatigue somewhat, and it's slow. The speed of my decline somewhat and I was very grateful. But I'm still declining. Some of two thousand, seven I'm so weak cannot sit up in a regular chair I gained. have troubles brain fog. It's a struggle to walk ten feet using even walking sticks. And it was that summer I discovered the Institute for Functional Medicine took their courses. Nerve attraction had longer list of supplements which added..

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