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"leah klein" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

Dishing Up Nutrition

05:13 min | 2 months ago

"leah klein" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

"I have three kids who are eleven nine and almost six. And sometimes I need to be a creative. In order interest, my active kids in eating vegetables. Let's face it. Their regular kids am I prefer to eat treats like cookies, chips, crackers, candy, ice, cream, bars, or pizza, and on and on right. But in working in the field of data I learned that those types of foods that can affect long term health or that they can affect long term health. And more than just occasionally. Because of my love for my children I'm. Trying to cook good healthy food for them, even for breakfast. May think it's odd that I don't like to keep box cereal at my house. I think it's odd. Work taking. Good Company. It's not easy though to be honest. Especially now that we are dealing with a corona virus, there is a lot of cooking going on at my house. As a lover of nutrition and wellness, I'm aware of the long term impact, too many treats can have on my kids current and their future blood, sugar levels and cholesterol numbers so I try to cook fun, but healthy meals. One of my tricks to get them to love vegetables is to make Zucchini pancakes. It's the time for Zucchini is. It is I was gifted Zucchini a giant Zucchini a couple of weeks ago so I had to put it to good use. Yeah, I've had there's they're just coming in and the gardens right now, so the perfect time to use them in something other than Zucchini Brad, right? That's full sugar. Yes. That's a common recipe that I here in in the counseling room these days. Yes, so, what these akina! Get pancakes! It's a great way to slip in a few more vegetables into their diet. Before. More of my healthy food tricks let me introduce that other voice. Our Co host Leah Klein Shoot Leah is also a registered and licensed dietician, and she also works two to three days a week. She's also a mom, and she is dedicated to feeding her young son foods. That will help him have good long-term. Now in my adult years, especially, after having children I understand what children eat during childhood affects how healthy they will be as adults. It is often as simple as just making peanut butter, protein balls with mini.

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"leah klein" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

Dishing Up Nutrition

06:13 min | 3 months ago

"leah klein" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

"Dishing up nutrition. If you're just tuning in this morning I'm Shelby Olsen. I'm a licensed nutritionist an in studio with me as clear Leah Klein. With a tongue twister! Clear no Leah Klein Schroeder. Who is a registered and licensed Dietitian? Let's face it. We are in the midst of some of the most stressful times we have had in our country. Over the last several decades so. When we think about stress as nutritionists and Dietitians, we are looking at stress so differently. We understand that stress can affect our sleep. Stress can affect our cravings, and really stress can affect all aspects of our physical, our mental and our emotional help health. You know what I'm working with clients and they're struggling with sleep. You know they ask me shelby. What if I took some sleeping pills with that be affects. Would that kind of get me over? The Hump and the real answer is. Really coming back to your nutrition and your lifestyle habits so. If you are just joining us our topic for today is senator centered around this idea of good habits for weight loss now as Tristesse Dietitians. We can help you with a plan specifically to help you with weight loss, but we can also help to make sure that you're getting a good night of sleep. We can stop those cravings, and we can really put together an individualized plan to help improve your physical, your mental and your emotional health now because of the covid nineteen. Restrictions and some of the stay at home orders. We have pivoted. We are doing all of our counseling via zoom video chats or phone. If you have questions or if you're interested in learning more about that, give us a call at six, five, one, six, nine, nine, three, four, three eight, or you can go to our website at weight and wellness dot com to schedule that now before we went to break, I just wanted to highlight one of the things that Leah said. With Our Name Nutritional weight and wellness, even though the weight comes first. We are so focused on wellness and I. Remind my clients and my class participants this day in and day out. When you have total health and wellness, the weight loss comes. So as nutritionists Dietitians, we are wanting to problem solve. Any of those lifestyle or nutrition habits to help you have that wellness and we are not going to. Put together a plan that. Would sacrifice you feeling crummy day in and day out just to see the number on the scale move. Though, even though we're nutritional, weight and wellness, we want to be very clear that. We're looking at you as a whole person and we wanna make sure that that wellness is coming into play. So before we went to break, we were talking more specifically about all. Our first habit that we shared of eating a balanced breakfast and Leah I know you talk about eating a balanced breakfast in your sleep. I think we all could. But you know we're looking at the component of some animal protein. Some colorful carbohydrates like some berries or some spinach, or maybe even having some sweet potato, and having some natural fat like butter or Almond butter, or having a half of Avocado, or even having some canned coconut milk. Having that balance of the three is something we talk about day in and day out right right and I know that you love the research. So can you tell us a little bit more about what the research says about a balanced breakfast? Yes, absolutely, we have to talk about the research i. mean a lot of what we do here is based on the research. So what if they? What is research found about? <unk>? Balanced breakfast so? There's numerous studies out there. That show a beneficial effect of eating a higher protein breakfast like protein, just for a second no protein as shelby mention and we do. We are big proponents of those animal based proteins, things like eggs and chicken and fish and beef and Turkey and pork. But a high protein breakfast has a wonderful effect on our appetites. Balancing out our hormones and keeping energy levels stable throughout the day and especially in teenagers. Yeah I know. Maybe you can relate shelby I know. As when I was a teenager, breakfast was not my favorite thing, I was I was definitely not a morning. person so I needed something like super easy, and I didn't I know. I definitely didn't make the best balanced choices at that point, Bolia. My Dad's still my parents listen to the radio. Show and my dad says you forgot to tell about the toaster strudel. Or you've got to tell them how we would buy cereal, and that sort of thing, so yes, I was totally eating high sugar breakfast kind of standard American Diet Duff or Running out the door without anything. Yep Yep Yep same here so parents tell it all sometimes, don't they? So. You have a eating so eating that more high glycemic breakfast so a breakfast. That really has a big impact on blood sugar. Something like that cereal and the skim milk the waffles with the Syrup, a high car breakfast bar. Those are not going to be very satisfying. They don't have a lot of protein in them, and they're gonNA start you on that blood sugar roller coaster throughout the day, and when your blood sugar is on a roller coaster, so is your energy level. Though are those cravings your moods and And Moods Guy and low and high and low exactly everything everything else goes on that that roller coaster, also,

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Good Habits for Weight Loss

Dishing Up Nutrition

06:13 min | 3 months ago

Good Habits for Weight Loss

"Dishing up nutrition. If you're just tuning in this morning I'm Shelby Olsen. I'm a licensed nutritionist an in studio with me as clear Leah Klein. With a tongue twister! Clear no Leah Klein Schroeder. Who is a registered and licensed Dietitian? Let's face it. We are in the midst of some of the most stressful times we have had in our country. Over the last several decades so. When we think about stress as nutritionists and Dietitians, we are looking at stress so differently. We understand that stress can affect our sleep. Stress can affect our cravings, and really stress can affect all aspects of our physical, our mental and our emotional help health. You know what I'm working with clients and they're struggling with sleep. You know they ask me shelby. What if I took some sleeping pills with that be affects. Would that kind of get me over? The Hump and the real answer is. Really coming back to your nutrition and your lifestyle habits so. If you are just joining us our topic for today is senator centered around this idea of good habits for weight loss now as Tristesse Dietitians. We can help you with a plan specifically to help you with weight loss, but we can also help to make sure that you're getting a good night of sleep. We can stop those cravings, and we can really put together an individualized plan to help improve your physical, your mental and your emotional health now because of the covid nineteen. Restrictions and some of the stay at home orders. We have pivoted. We are doing all of our counseling via zoom video chats or phone. If you have questions or if you're interested in learning more about that, give us a call at six, five, one, six, nine, nine, three, four, three eight, or you can go to our website at weight and wellness dot com to schedule that now before we went to break, I just wanted to highlight one of the things that Leah said. With Our Name Nutritional weight and wellness, even though the weight comes first. We are so focused on wellness and I. Remind my clients and my class participants this day in and day out. When you have total health and wellness, the weight loss comes. So as nutritionists Dietitians, we are wanting to problem solve. Any of those lifestyle or nutrition habits to help you have that wellness and we are not going to. Put together a plan that. Would sacrifice you feeling crummy day in and day out just to see the number on the scale move. Though, even though we're nutritional, weight and wellness, we want to be very clear that. We're looking at you as a whole person and we wanna make sure that that wellness is coming into play. So before we went to break, we were talking more specifically about all. Our first habit that we shared of eating a balanced breakfast and Leah I know you talk about eating a balanced breakfast in your sleep. I think we all could. But you know we're looking at the component of some animal protein. Some colorful carbohydrates like some berries or some spinach, or maybe even having some sweet potato, and having some natural fat like butter or Almond butter, or having a half of Avocado, or even having some canned coconut milk. Having that balance of the three is something we talk about day in and day out right right and I know that you love the research. So can you tell us a little bit more about what the research says about a balanced breakfast? Yes, absolutely, we have to talk about the research i. mean a lot of what we do here is based on the research. So what if they? What is research found about? Balanced breakfast so? There's numerous studies out there. That show a beneficial effect of eating a higher protein breakfast like protein, just for a second no protein as shelby mention and we do. We are big proponents of those animal based proteins, things like eggs and chicken and fish and beef and Turkey and pork. But a high protein breakfast has a wonderful effect on our appetites. Balancing out our hormones and keeping energy levels stable throughout the day and especially in teenagers. Yeah I know. Maybe you can relate shelby I know. As when I was a teenager, breakfast was not my favorite thing, I was I was definitely not a morning. person so I needed something like super easy, and I didn't I know. I definitely didn't make the best balanced choices at that point, Bolia. My Dad's still my parents listen to the radio. Show and my dad says you forgot to tell about the toaster strudel. Or you've got to tell them how we would buy cereal, and that sort of thing, so yes, I was totally eating high sugar breakfast kind of standard American Diet Duff or Running out the door without anything. Yep Yep Yep same here so parents tell it all sometimes, don't they? So. You have a eating so eating that more high glycemic breakfast so a breakfast. That really has a big impact on blood sugar. Something like that cereal and the skim milk the waffles with the Syrup, a high car breakfast bar. Those are not going to be very satisfying. They don't have a lot of protein in them, and they're gonNA start you on that blood sugar roller coaster throughout the day, and when your blood sugar is on a roller coaster, so is your energy level. Though are those cravings your moods and And Moods Guy and low and high and low exactly everything everything else goes on that that roller coaster, also,

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"leah klein" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

Dishing Up Nutrition

09:41 min | 5 months ago

"leah klein" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

"And WE'LL BE RIGHT BACK. Combat dishing up nutrition. If you're just joining us I'm Cassie Wenas. I am on air today with Leah Klein. Trout and our topic is concussions. Even though we've been talking a lot about habits we are going to get into concussions and how to heal after that type of traumatic brain injury and I will tell you that the research shows that after you've had a concussion there are a lot of different nutrients which I don't think is surprising that you need to support brain healing. The first one that comes to my mind is water and yes I do think of water as a nutrient water is so important on any given day. But especially when you're trying to heal the brain because our brain is made up of in large part water and fat so we recommend drinking at least eight to ten eight ounce glasses of peer filtered water every day and on that same vein. Avoid the soda. While you're drinking all that water avoid. The energy drinks avoid the high sugar coffee drinks like the CARAMEL Frappuccino Zain. The MAKIA does and drink a lot of water and another nutrient that I think is a must. If you are trying to heal from a concussion is Omega Three fish oils. Or you might sometimes hear them called Omega. Three fatty acids now. If you break down those omega three fatty acids into their to active components we have. Dha and EPA DHA is what makes up a large portion of the gray matter of the brain and it really plays a vital role in how well the cells in your brain function. So it makes sense that you really want to feed that in large amounts to your brain right after a big blow to the head and then that other active component of Omega Three fish fish oils that we call. Epa has everything to do with reducing inflammation and certainly the brain is very inflamed after a concussion and I have a couple of other anti inflammatory supplements that come to mind. That can be very helpful for healing. I will probably be sharing those a little later in the show so do stay tuned. Yep and Cassie just before we move on back to our topic at hand. We do have a really nice article on our website which is weight and wellness dot Com Britney. One of our dieticians wrote that a couple of weeks ago. It's called nutrition to help concussions and I believe it was posted a couple of weeks ago may have been back in March but it really lays out a lot of the things we will be touching on today especially if you're more of like the reader kind of learner It's a really nice article and she also talks about A different show that we did with dishing up nutrition with a Kind of brain and concussion expert named Dr Louis And we had him on a podcast. Show back in two thousand sixteen. So there's we do have a couple other resources if Clients are people out there wanting to learn more about concussions and some of the protocols that we're GonNa talk about thank you for bringing that up because especially if you have a loved one or you. Yourself has recently suffered a concussion. Goto that article so you go to weight and wellness dot Com Click on articles? It's titled Nutrition to help concussions. I believe it was posted March tenth. And what I want you to look for in that article is Dr Lewis's Omega three supplementation protocol for after a concussion. It's pretty intense but it it's tried and true so definitely look into that if you are in need okay so when we went to break. I was just mentioning that Leeann. I both realize when you're under stress for a lot of humans. It leads us to crave sugar and processed foods and as as I said as we went to break. There is a biochemical reason behind that stress reduces our feel. Good brain chemical that we call Serotonin. So and we don't have enough serotonin. It lands us to be more apt to have cravings for sugar. Isn't that interesting? So think about the stress that you're under right now. If it is heightened because of this Colvin nineteen pandemic that might very well be the reason behind those increased cravings. But that's not a green light to give into the cravings at this stressful time. I think we really have to consider how the media pleasure of eating those cookies or those brownies or or drinking the case of beer we have to think about how that can negatively impact our long-term resiliency to contracting the Cova nineteen virus. Yes Oh now maybe the time your call for action. This may be the time to get rid of the cookie jar the potato chip bags the frozen pizzas cocktails all of that. Leftover Easter Candy. That may be hanging around in your cupboards so that you were doing as much as you possibly can to support your own. Immune function and. Here's just a quick little interesting observation. About how powerful. The draw of sugar is too many people so during the nineteen thirties. Back in that. Great Depression era at the sales and the Stock Price of Hershey's Candy Company increased dramatically. So even in the Great Depression. The sugar sales were still through the roof as well as the sales for liquor. Well that kind of lines up with what we've been saying so far CASSIE. Isn't that interesting same thing going on now and so we can link it to stress but the big difference is that today. We are stressed out. You know back in the thirties. It was all about the economy. Certainly our economy suffering today but we also have this cove nineteen virus looming at every possible gathering. Every time we turn the corner so we really have to be conscious about supporting our immune system in every way that we can and if we're turning to the Hershey candy bars and the liquor that is probably going to suppress our immune system. It's certainly not going to help. Support it and before we get into our topic. I just want to bring it back around to that Youtube video. I briefly mentioned earlier called sugar. The bitter truth again is a youtube video that is done by the pediatric endocrinologist. Dr Stig. It might be a really good time here as we still are under. Stay at home orders because of the pandemic to sit down with your kids or if you don't have kids in the house it certainly you could just watch it. It's still very beneficial but it's really informative For All ages and sit down and watch it together. You'll get some really great information from a renowned expert that I think can help steer you away from the cookie jar because when we know better we do better right. I know him stealing that quote from someone and now finally. Let's get started on our discussion about nutrition to help eel after a concussion. So there's a lot of information we WANNA try to cover just in the next couple sections of the show And information about concussions traumatic brain injuries. We kind of wrap those into one package. But how nutrition release supports recovery for each of these. So I wanNA start just with some interesting statistics about the frequency of Concussions so the CDC reported that nine percent of high school students have had one concussion. Whilst three percent of students report having at least two concussions and two percent of students reported having as many as four or more concussions. Now that just is kind of it kind of blows my mind Gary. Yeah though in the National Institutes of Health Report. That concussions are also a major health concern with our older population and that surprised me. Actually when I first read that but then I started reading a little bit more and we know thinking about our veteran population. The Department of Veterans Affairs Report. That twelve percent of Vietnam veterans have had concussions and twenty two percent of vets from Iraq and Afghanistan. Wars have also had concussion so that started to make a lot more sense than There's this is a whole. There's a whole lot of people whole population out there who have experienced traumatic brain injuries. They're certainly is you know what if we could take a Tour into the brain. I WanNa talk about what's going on when that impact happens if we could look deep inside the brain. Do I have time to probably.

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"leah klein" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

Dishing Up Nutrition

03:16 min | 5 months ago

"leah klein" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

"Welcome to dishing up nutrition with license nutritionists and Dietitians from nutritional weight and wellness. We explained the connection between what you eat. And how you feel stay tuned for practical real-life solutions for healthier living through real booed nutrition. Soon down to you got to make go mom last just get down cobblestone looking for fun and crew welcomed addition dishing up nutrition. This show is brought to you by nutritional weight and wellness. I'm Cassie Wenas. I'm a registered and licensed day Titian. I'm in studio this morning with my colleague and co-host Leah Klein Trout. Leah is also a registered and licensed Titian and her and I have a great topic today. We're GONNA talk about nutrition to help heal after a concussion but before we get to that. I'd like to spend a few minutes here at the top of the Hour. Talking a little bit about habits. I think it's really important to consider our habits in terms of our eating habits and our lifestyle habits both as we sit here in the middle of this current health crisis and also think about habits as it comes into play when we want to heal our brain after a concussion so on that note I want to start with a quote from author Og Mandy. No now the avid readers out there have probably heard of Augmon Dino. Before here's the quote. I WANNA share. He says the only difference between those who have failed and those who have succeeded lies in the difference of their habits. Isn't that powerful? So stop and think what. Have Your Food Habits Ben. Lately we know at nutritional weight and wellness both from clinical experience and from reading the Research. That eating real food the grass fed meat. Lots of vegetables.

"leah klein" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

Dishing Up Nutrition

13:10 min | 6 months ago

"leah klein" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

"Weight and wellness and of course the podcast up nutrition. Today I personally want to share my thoughts and recommendations on how you can support your immune system during our current has crisis you know as a certified nutrition specialist licensed in the state of Minnesota since one thousand nine hundred ninety six. So I've been around for a long time absolutely so I am one of those people that fall into that category that I have to be careful with my immune system right now absolutely so that is one of the reasons that we put this podcast together special for people who have these issues so we're GonNa make recommendations and of course we're going to focus and making good food choices that will support your immune system because we are nutritious dieticians and that's where our thoughts go first food. I like you always say I will also spend some time. We will also spend some time during this podcast recommending key immune supporting supplements now now that they're not going to be real fancy ones. They're just going to be something that you can do so joining me today as our co host is Leah. Klein shot. John. Ooh That's the hardest part of this show was registered and licensed station and she has been working individually with clients for the last three years. But I think it's going on for Ya. I don't do the math really well. I talk food. I don't talk math. Okay sounds good. Yeah welcome Leia Dr. It's good to be here with you today. And we know the fears about Corona viruses. We have had calls. We have had e-mails numerous calls and emails from clients and from people who do the checking online and they really want to know what they should do for themselves for their family members for the people around them particularly to boost their immune system. What can they do to protect themselves? Their people are really scared. These aren't So we wanted to pull the show together today to just provide some of our clinical knowledge In this podcast about we we believe people will find useful from a food perspective and perhaps from a supplement perspective as well. Unfortunately we know there's no magic pill that's going to boost your immune system overnight and make you completely immune to all of this but the next best thing that we can do is talk about food. I which is of real food diet which includes real meat. It includes real vegetables and real natural. Fats that these types of things really supply as many nutrients as possible. They give you the biggest bang for your buck in terms of nutrients than those nutrients help you maximize your health. You know given the fact that nutritional weight and wellness company is a company specializing in nutrition education. You know our staff of nutritionists dietitians nutrition. Educators always recommend just like you said real food and Food I and we really recommend avoiding all processed. Foods rashly right now. So what do we mean when we say real food to me? That means the food side. I grew up eating for protein. We ate eggs from the farm eggs. We chicken beef pork. Some fish and the interesting thing is they were all raised on that farm without chemicals without antibiotics any of those things as close to local as you can get so of course. We recommend buying grass fed meat. That's free of antibiotic residue for the Best Immune support because we're thinking immune support. We also recommend eating two to four ounces of animal protein at least four times a day. Let's share some ideas of how people can put animal protein into their diet so that they have a good immune function right. Well let's talk about why. Why are these meets the fish good for us? Oh that's a good idea. Let's give them a while. We're we'll give them both. We'll give them the why and the what delicate everything so meet whether it is the beef pork chicken the Turkey the lamb. The fish seafood. Whatever it may be it really is a key factor for immune system because meat is rich in a couple of different nutrients Let's focus on vitamin B. Six being one of them be six is really important for the formation of healthy white and red blood cells and especially when we talk about the immune system. We really are talking about those white blood cells. So the interesting thing is that animal protein besides the b-vitamins where those vitamins again Leah. Which wants to the supply for people? Yeah so vitamin B. Six one of them and vitamin B twelve is another one. B Twelve is really important for strengthening up that immune system so the category of the bees seems to be really important and they all come from animal protein so also animal protein contain some really key minerals that support our men function. I don't think people realize that minerals really support them. Uniform so animal protein is an excellent source of iron which is critical for good. Immune system. Interesting isn't eight. Animal Protein is a great source of zinc. Which is also key for good immune function I think most clients are most people are keyed into the zinc piece. But maybe not the iron quite as much exactly you know. I believe the recommendations for all of us to stay home means there will be a lot more cooking going on. I hope so. So maybe we'll be actually able to get more and more people cooking these days. Yeah so a great time to experiment. So what would you suggest Leah for some ideas for people to make it? I mean we have to start out with something. That's simple something that's simple accessible doesn't require a hundred different ingredients right right so. I think about some of the recipes that we have on our website which is weight and wellness dot com. I mean these are great. We have breakfast. We have lunch recipes. You have dinner recipe snack. GonNa up and down. We have a hole puncher recipes. And you know when we put the rest of our cookbook together weight and wellness cookbook and any of our recipes. We really try to make them simple with fewer ingredients so they're not overwhelming and they still taste amazing thing so a couple that I really personally love. One of those are sloppy joe recipe so especially thinking about families out there now. If you have kids that are staying home and we need to think of extra lunch ideas and things like that. The sloppy Joe Recipe is really quick so couple pounds of ground beef onion celery carrots and then kind of a tomato based sauce in there comes together so easily and it makes lots. You have leftovers. Then which is wonderful and kids love it and kids really love it. My grandchildren love that. Yeah I feed that to my son. Who's eighteen months old too? And he's gobbles it up as well So I love our sloppy Joe Recipe but also our Bison Burger recipe is a nice and simple. And even if you're even if you're not making your own patties per se you can buy regular bison beef or Bison burgers or regular beef burgers chicken patties Turkey patties. Any of those would fit that bill for getting in those B vitamins and contributing to that real protein. So if you're thinking in terms of what would you add then if you're not just going to serve some sloppy Joe or some Burger? What what else would you had with that to make a full meal right. So if we're trying to stay away stay from some of the process side dishes or like say a bun something like a sweet potato would work really well and you can even shape the potato into a bond type forums. You could even sandwich that patty between two slices of sweet potatoes interesting. When you say sweet potatoes. The first thing I think of I always think nutrients Beta carotene. Yes a very good antioxidant. Yes absolutely and maybe on that sweet potato. You're adding some of that good fat in there so you get some flavor into it as well so that could be butter. That could be coconut oil. That could be. It could be any number of different fats so the other thing. That animal protein does it. Supports me no acids needed to make our neurotransmitters? Are we talking about this because so many people right now are under so much stress? You're under stress. You start to use up your neurotransmitters and two of the more familiar neurotransmitters that we use. Kinda daily handle stress and particularly right now. One of them is dopamine and the other is Serotonin. So here's how what happens. Meet breaks down into two key amino acids l tire Zane and L Tryptophan and tyrosine the building blocks for making dopamine dopamine makes you feel good gives you energy yeah. I certainly had exists morning and making good dopamine right now started when you start your day off like that. It sets you up for a better kind of more energetic day. Yes in L. Tryptophan is the building blocks for Serotonin. I think there's some misconceptions that a lot of people have is. They have no idea that they can make their own. Serotonin they think they have to get it from a pill of some kind. And that's not really a good source. So what is Serotonin do? We need it right now. A lot of it right now because everyone is stressed and so that helps keep us calm. Managers are stress and anxiety and again. It's real critical at this time. So because stress lowers your immune system so eating a couple of eggs for breakfast and a beef. Patty for lunch. A salmon steak for dinner support your immune system in support your neurotransmitters remember. Also animal protein has a key is key to all of our B. Vitamins and it's also key to making a lot of our minerals. So it's a good thing to have can't go wrong there. And so we you mentioned Dr. Having breakfast that contained eggs and getting getting your protein in from there but I have a fair number of clients who come into the office and either they don't eat breakfast or I just can't stomach say meat or eggs that early in the morning so I wanted to put in just a little suggestion. That seems to work well for a lot of my and that's doing a like a protein shake in the morning because sometimes getting something cool and liquidity down is a little easier than say chewing on some eggs chewing on a beef patty or sausage or Bacon and things like that you know his whole. Interestingly when I was kind of taking time to spend some time with my grandchildren they love having a protein shake in the morning rather than the eggs. Yeah yeah and it's fast. It's easy it's tasty and gets you going onto the next of your day. So how do you suggest for appearing to make this protein shakes? Well I usually encourage people to do a batch of protein shakes at once. So that you're only getting the blender dirty ones so you maybe you're getting out the blender but you're only getting a dirty once and then you only have to clean once exactly so if you're going to make say three to four protein shakes at a time you can start with. Pouring in one full can of the full-fat coconut milk into the big blender. And then you use that same. Can YOU FILL IT UP WITH WATER? And you pour that water into the blender as well and if you could make that filtered water even better yes much better then you add. Say three to four scoops of a good quality protein powder and we have some good quality ones. I good way protein powder or Paleo protein powder if you don't tolerate dairy really well. Then lastly for that Antioxidant Punch them for that real peace about kind of boosting that immune system couple of scoops two to three scoops of our key fruits and Greens and each scoop contains twenty servings of fruits and vegetables or twenty servings of high antioxidant power. It's hard to believe. Isn't it right? Little scoop absolutely. And so you blend that all in the baked blender and then you can divide it out into containers glass Mason Jars at home that I'll just pour them into You put the extra ones in the freezer to be used in the next couple of days. You keep one out for yourself now. Down.

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Immune Support During a Health Crisis

Dishing Up Nutrition

10:17 min | 6 months ago

Immune Support During a Health Crisis

"Today I personally want to share my thoughts and recommendations on how you can support your immune system during our current has crisis you know as a certified nutrition specialist licensed in the state of Minnesota since one thousand nine hundred ninety six. So I've been around for a long time absolutely so I am one of those people that fall into that category that I have to be careful with my immune system right now absolutely so that is one of the reasons that we put this podcast together special for people who have these issues so we're GonNa make recommendations and of course we're going to focus and making good food choices that will support your immune system because we are nutritious dieticians and that's where our thoughts go first food. I like you always say I will also spend some time. We will also spend some time during this podcast recommending key immune supporting supplements now now that they're not going to be real fancy ones. They're just going to be something that you can do so joining me today as our co host is Leah. Klein shot. John. Ooh That's the hardest part of this show was registered and licensed station and she has been working individually with clients for the last three years. But I think it's going on for Ya. I don't do the math really well. I talk food. I don't talk math. Okay sounds good. Yeah welcome Leia Dr. It's good to be here with you today. And we know the fears about Corona viruses. We have had calls. We have had e-mails numerous calls and emails from clients and from people who do the checking online and they really want to know what they should do for themselves for their family members for the people around them particularly to boost their immune system. What can they do to protect themselves? Their people are really scared. These aren't So we wanted to pull the show together today to just provide some of our clinical knowledge In this podcast about we we believe people will find useful from a food perspective and perhaps from a supplement perspective as well. Unfortunately we know there's no magic pill that's going to boost your immune system overnight and make you completely immune to all of this but the next best thing that we can do is talk about food. I which is of real food diet which includes real meat. It includes real vegetables and real natural. Fats that these types of things really supply as many nutrients as possible. They give you the biggest bang for your buck in terms of nutrients than those nutrients help you maximize your health. You know given the fact that nutritional weight and wellness company is a company specializing in nutrition education. You know our staff of nutritionists dietitians nutrition. Educators always recommend just like you said real food and Food I and we really recommend avoiding all processed. Foods rashly right now. So what do we mean when we say real food to me? That means the food side. I grew up eating for protein. We ate eggs from the farm eggs. We chicken beef pork. Some fish and the interesting thing is they were all raised on that farm without chemicals without antibiotics any of those things as close to local as you can get so of course. We recommend buying grass fed meat. That's free of antibiotic residue for the Best Immune support because we're thinking immune support. We also recommend eating two to four ounces of animal protein at least four times a day. Let's share some ideas of how people can put animal protein into their diet so that they have a good immune function right. Well let's talk about why. Why are these meets the fish good for us? Oh that's a good idea. Let's give them a while. We're we'll give them both. We'll give them the why and the what delicate everything so meet whether it is the beef pork chicken the Turkey the lamb. The fish seafood. Whatever it may be it really is a key factor for immune system because meat is rich in a couple of different nutrients Let's focus on vitamin B. Six being one of them be six is really important for the formation of healthy white and red blood cells and especially when we talk about the immune system. We really are talking about those white blood cells. So the interesting thing is that animal protein besides the b-vitamins where those vitamins again Leah. Which wants to the supply for people? Yeah so vitamin B. Six one of them and vitamin B twelve is another one. B Twelve is really important for strengthening up that immune system so the category of the bees seems to be really important and they all come from animal protein so also animal protein contain some really key minerals that support our men function. I don't think people realize that minerals really support them. Uniform so animal protein is an excellent source of iron which is critical for good. Immune system. Interesting isn't eight. Animal Protein is a great source of zinc. Which is also key for good immune function I think most clients are most people are keyed into the zinc piece. But maybe not the iron quite as much exactly you know. I believe the recommendations for all of us to stay home means there will be a lot more cooking going on. I hope so. So maybe we'll be actually able to get more and more people cooking these days. Yeah so a great time to experiment. So what would you suggest Leah for some ideas for people to make it? I mean we have to start out with something. That's simple something that's simple accessible doesn't require a hundred different ingredients right right so. I think about some of the recipes that we have on our website which is weight and wellness dot com. I mean these are great. We have breakfast. We have lunch recipes. You have dinner recipe snack. GonNa up and down. We have a hole puncher recipes. And you know when we put the rest of our cookbook together weight and wellness cookbook and any of our recipes. We really try to make them simple with fewer ingredients so they're not overwhelming and they still taste amazing thing so a couple that I really personally love. One of those are sloppy joe recipe so especially thinking about families out there now. If you have kids that are staying home and we need to think of extra lunch ideas and things like that. The sloppy Joe Recipe is really quick so couple pounds of ground beef onion celery carrots and then kind of a tomato based sauce in there comes together so easily and it makes lots. You have leftovers. Then which is wonderful and kids love it and kids really love it. My grandchildren love that. Yeah I feed that to my son. Who's eighteen months old too? And he's gobbles it up as well So I love our sloppy Joe Recipe but also our Bison Burger recipe is a nice and simple. And even if you're even if you're not making your own patties per se you can buy regular bison beef or Bison burgers or regular beef burgers chicken patties Turkey patties. Any of those would fit that bill for getting in those B vitamins and contributing to that real protein. So if you're thinking in terms of what would you add then if you're not just going to serve some sloppy Joe or some Burger? What what else would you had with that to make a full meal right. So if we're trying to stay away stay from some of the process side dishes or like say a bun something like a sweet potato would work really well and you can even shape the potato into a bond type forums. You could even sandwich that patty between two slices of sweet potatoes interesting. When you say sweet potatoes. The first thing I think of I always think nutrients Beta carotene. Yes a very good antioxidant. Yes absolutely and maybe on that sweet potato. You're adding some of that good fat in there so you get some flavor into it as well so that could be butter. That could be coconut oil. That could be. It could be any number of different fats so the other thing. That animal protein does it. Supports me no acids needed to make our neurotransmitters? Are we talking about this because so many people right now are under so much stress? You're under stress. You start to use up your neurotransmitters and two of the more familiar neurotransmitters that we use. Kinda daily handle stress and particularly right now. One of them is dopamine and the other is Serotonin. So here's how what happens. Meet breaks down into two key amino acids l tire Zane and L Tryptophan and tyrosine the building blocks for making dopamine dopamine makes you feel good gives you energy yeah. I certainly had exists morning and making good dopamine right now started when you start your day off like that. It sets you up for a better kind of more energetic day. Yes in L. Tryptophan is the building blocks for Serotonin. I think there's some misconceptions that a lot of people have is. They have no idea that they can make their own. Serotonin they think they have to get it from a pill of some kind. And that's not really a good source. So what is Serotonin do? We need it right now. A lot of it right now because everyone is stressed and so that helps keep us calm. Managers are stress and anxiety and again. It's real critical at this time. So because stress lowers your immune system so eating a couple of eggs for breakfast and a beef. Patty for lunch. A salmon steak for dinner support your immune system in support your

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"leah klein" Discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

09:49 min | 6 months ago

"leah klein" Discussed on Hustleshare

"Ever break still Leah Klein now. We're getting not yet not yet. It makes sense now. We will enter the makes sense territory. So after enact is Leah. What did you do next? Because now you're Gung Ho you said I. This is my this is my path. You've found your tribe that you don't. You're not here not the minority anymore. You've you've you've surrounded yourself with like minded people which is important for me. I had when I was starting out. Twenty twelve twenty eleven. There wasn't a startup ecosystem here in the Philippines. I didn't even know the term starved before I learned that on the fly joining pitching competitions house this whatever. I think they're going to hear about some IPAD and then I found out that all right. So there's a lot of technical but the thing is they're all fragmented we're all doing in mini-groups and then everybody started to and when they congregated much things that are alike between us that it became a support system for everybody and then it just grew from there grew and grew to now having a podcast like this To pay for it but for you. How did that grow? What what network did you have to build in order to now find opportunities especially in social entrepreneurship that you wanted to pursue? So actually I was working with. I like this I that time. I had to choose where I'm going to do my master's degree and either I was going to do it in Perry's either in another city in France which is still a big city. Where during that time? Social Entrepreneurship ecosystem was like more like Metro. Roger Not that my tribute already existing but is not what it is today and I decided that I will Choose my master degree in Paris. I we stay in Paris because I feel like I have more opportunity to connect. We've people in the social entrepreneurship ecosystem. Better Hustle you can find it. Croissant is undecided. Yeah a French guy. Don't say across parts you squad there. Thank you so of course. What team talking. That's okay so there you go. You're now you choose. Peres white parents again because various like it's kind of like the station right now in the Philippines. You have so many things happening in Manila. But the reality is when you go outside of Manila you have still Mukasey stemming Seibu in Davao and dumaguete starting but it's still very small so for me. I was thinking if I really want to meet people if I want to launch project at least now I have to stay in various guard. Thankfully now is like in provincial cities. You're amazing Christine. You have so many nice things happening today. Mattress might have been different at that. Time is really like the station right now in the Philippines so I stayed in Paris and In I think I don't know if I'm mega right decision. If I just got lucky that's how I've I've been selected to advise the French president also. Okay so basically. There is this economists in France. His name is Jacques. Teti and he used to advise many of the former presidents and he's very twin river. He's the one who started like different movement around microfinance in France and he was creating this group of young people under for two who are very involved in the Social Environmental Activities in France. And so I was elected but of this group idea was to advise or like give some recommendation to the French government about how the French economy could be more inclusive and sustainable and part of this group was a CO founder of Accents Caparros to shout cofounder and actually also menu others. Co-founders like La Bella and I was like miracle how you doing other people but my first the first person I met make sense what. Christiane was brought of this group. Okay and what does make sense? Do you're if you're shoot deer here and then and you're like what the hell is makes sense. So what is what do you? What do they would make sense that that attracted you to them. So it makes sense is super interesting is basically. We want to give the possibility what you were mentioning earlier like people have. Dow De Scared In My legit to actually Work tackle specific social environmental course. And that's really what we do. We give the possibility we show to anyone that yes you have to be part of the change. If you're not part of the change is never going to happen. You can't count on the government. You can't just count on the UN or like on companies. We all have collected have tigers issues. So what we do is that we offer defense engagement path to individuals. Numerous is there like a corporate employees either are entrepreneurs either that I just you in your personal life. And so what we do that either. We helped you start your social status so we have an incubator. Human Manila in seven other countries. Wow so we support the creation of social entreprises and on the other hand we provide content so people can inform themselves. Actually we have put gas in girls or was the name of your podcasts. As it makes sense raid you where we from woodlake a network to help this work out. We have the best producers in the show to doesn't care about US physically. We will try to inspire people to say like joined the movement. You need to become Social Entrepreneur Social Entrepreneur weekend support you and for people who don't want to be social entrepreneur. Train them and equip them with innovations cues community organizations killing their cities they can organize advocacy events around solution. That already exists because we are positive that we can change and what. We don't need to talk about issue. We focus on the solutions and at the same time. We train them so they can also be kind of like local concern for social entrepreneurs so we don't need to have like fulltime members everywhere supporting social entrepreneurs but anyone as a citizen no matter if you speak English. Nothing dish me no matter You are legit to have volunteer. We session as an enabler. If you summit Correctly the same way were in podcast network Asia. Anybody that wants to create a podcast and we give them the confidence to like. Yo you can be a podcast there. I mean the the. That's that's what we're here for it to create as many podcasts. It's off everybody but the same way you for for for social entrepreneurs are want to people that want to go into this you empower them and enable them to give the resource and everything. They need eggs. Thank you and everything is Free Pajasetovic Asia so shut daughter podcast metric that. I'm just plugging all right. So what you said all of this and debts. There's a lot going on. Yeah what attracted them. And how did you become part? And how the Hell did you end up in the Philippines So when I joined make sense was the first years of makes sense so now I've been which from within six years six years. Yeah so you start out in. How did the how did they expect you to the Philippines? And did you know anything prior about the Philippines and I did not know about the Pundit Coconino is a great pleasure to discuss with your So busy Cleveland. Eight joined Makes Sense was at first focusing on students so having was very very logic path after what I was inactive and after this I really wanted to understand better what is social innovation in Asia because social commentary shows are very different from Europe to Asia. And they're also very common Difficulties also so. I was very curious to know more about this and During that time makes sense was looking for a community developer for the Asia region and We decided to implement our Asia Office in the Philippines because we had the opportunity to support different social entrepreneurship movement. Here that we're starting and you're asking us. Hey can you bring your itchen methodologies? Can you develop them make sense community so we can create more social entreprises? Because was a moment. The the sector mostly voted by like the most famous Organization like getting into China. That are doing very good job But it was important that if we want to at least over this issue of poverty we need to create more social entreprises. This is how I read the first time in. Twenty fifteen and it was fun. It was hard it was. Let's talk about the what was the hardest stuff because again. Did you know that you're going to send you're going to be sent here? I was the one who was asking for it. Why why.

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"leah klein" Discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

11:07 min | 6 months ago

"leah klein" Discussed on Hustleshare

"To make sure there are no kids when you're listening to this because city in continuation to the celebration of our national women's month. We have a social entrepreneur and her name is Leeann Klein of make sense. And today it's going to be very interesting. Leah will tell us how it was like growing up in France and how she went out against the grain when she took up social entrepreneurship in school. Leah will also share how she was able to amass a lot of experience by having multiple internships around the world which eventually left her to meet the founder of make sense and eventually join them and become the first employee makes sense here in the Philippines and Leah will share her struggles of how she started out here despite the struggles of living alone but just like a trueblue hustler. Tides were turned and Lia was able to grow make sense to the team that it is now in stick around to the end because she has a lot of advice for potential social entrepreneurs especially in how they can develop their products and services along with how they can recruit the right team while growing prophet and social impact altogether. So if you're ready to learn the hustle behind make sense. Let's begin this episode right. Yeah what is also share? Podcast we are still doing the women's month theme of Jake Door doing because it's march and we're not just doing the international women's month thing because in the Philippines for some reason we celebrating longer is a fiesta. So we're doing a national women's month thing but for for for this episode. We have someone super special and her. Name is Leah Klein. Did I see that garlic clan? Okay Mix I want to the show. Thank you so much inviting me okay. So layer again. We cannot chatted a little bit but I am completely in the dark but before we do that. Let me just do a shout out to Angela. Sela of of make sense apparently shot out to a are okay but layer before I get too carried away. What's your hustle her. I didn't know where to start I think I it's when I decided that I wanted to work in social impacts I went to a business quitting friends and I was like yeah. My dream is to work in marketing and projects and everything and then I realized that actually I wasn bashing at all this. What really excited me is actually all Our project during project as students and And that's where I discovered as work of like different development agencies. I found out about social entrepreneurship I was brought up in. Actes is also inauguration that you have in the Philippines train student to Become social entrepreneurs. So that's how I discovered this things and and despite the fact that everybody was telling me a huge mistake who into entrepreneurship because we don't do a master degree to to develop legs ocean invite project. I was really sure I was going in the right direction. And that's how everything started and And after like you were just good connection and people I met on the demeanor that enables me to redevelop make sense here in Asia or so. That is basically the gist of it. So but I want to dissect everything that you just said but before we do that we need to ride you. Need to buckle up. We're GONNA ride the hustle shared time machine. There you go. You're now in the hustle share time machine and we're going back all the way to how you started out so you grew up where in France. I'm French okay. Monju Bush. Okay there you go Jim. Appel roster actually. That's that's everything that I saw. Okay so growing up in France. Let's just go back to how you started out. Did you ever see just social entrepreneurship again? It's A. It's a bit of a key book. Asian and also a lot of entrepreneurship in between so that's the middle. Yeah growing up. Was there any inclination? What was growing up for you. Did you have any pride or hustle growing up or what was? What was that like Roy in front in France Having like anyone I had my own difficulties like I don't know even how to. Yeah I think I had like my personal and Professional Industry during my life. I remember in school. I was very not confident about myself. I don't know I think it's something like you always in my in my people around you and I think I was always average as a student so I never been the one that was creating much troubles to anyone but I wasn't also part of the top ones but I also always believed that I will have a good life. I'm a super positive person and I always feel like I will do something that we'd excite me and when I arrive in business could I so I had my classes like finance marketing. And all these things. But it's really wasn't exciting me to own and really was my student projects and from my school. I'm the only one at least from this. Batch who went into the direction of like Social Entrepreneurship Development Sector. Everybody went in like more traditional business. Jeff and I remember. Remember the direct of my school my business could we didn't like me at all. How are you who told me that? I was very wrong with what I wanted to do. And working in the social impact sector is the worst decision could make for myself and I can tell you is the best decision. I took absolutely looking to growing up again. Let's just track back a little bit. What were your interests back? Then because through through time it's either you either pivot or persevere and I've had so many people here on the show that if you look back a lot of what they did growing up eventually manifested into what they do now for example for me. I Love Team Sports by team sports at Basketball Varsity player mess. Well before and I love playing team building team with me and eventually though. I don't play basketball now. It's the same dynamics applied into chat gauge and PODCAST Network Asia. That is still manifest and this is the same stuff. What was that for you and I never had a big passionate like. I wasn't like very passionate about one specific sport or anything but what I what brought me. Ym Today's having a good mix of my parents. My mom is a nurse okay. My Dad is a works in finance and having social mix of nurturing and the hustle so that's one aspect and I was very lucky with my mom so I if you know much Saito in France educated so how is it like a infants. Sorry the only I'll just do shot outdoors Shannon knew. I had an intern before his friends French. His name is Christopher routine was an exchange student here in that I can't and he's from Lil why he told me a lot of the French religion and again hats off to that guy use. He's the best guy that I've ever worked in from an intern level and I've learned so much but I've also learned to start differences of how education has done here in the Philippines in France. How how's it like because here's grade school junior high now the junior high and senior High College? How is that like in so it was quite similar In that sense I feel like in the Philippines. If like unfortunately like if you really want to reach like the best universities you need to study before in private school which is not the case. In France in France you like have like scores are very well recognized in my mom. Being actually a nurse in scores he was always fundamental for her that we always go in public schools in private school whatsoever and I was always lucky to have friends coming from very different backgrounds families etcetera and always been very used to be in a very murky control Context at the same time. We face some difficulties with my friends who are like victim racism this type of things and is always been something that I was like. I couldn't handle it and I was always advocating about was very vocal about this type of issues and I think this is why when people were like in business could after what presenting. I Dunno like internship for Bacau parade or leg breaking on a development project In in Asia or even in France that was the first thing that we excite me the most because having was more connected to my values and to who I wasn't how I grew up when I was young. So that was the exposure. Right if you look at it now. Correct a lot of what you did before being empathetic towards multi racism different backgrounds whether it's upper class middle class lower class. Whatever you're already exposed so it's an easy transition especially social entrepreneurship. You can't be biased. Towards anyway right you have to be very very inclusive in what you do right so you talked about business school. Let's just talk about business? Score? Why are your professors? Doing what did you take up? And why was that path of social entrepreneurship? The one that you chose where what also discuss. What is the normal pack? I do know which is a number and fast So I was in a small business could in France at during that time he was a bit smarter engine that then we had only two option. Either you marketing that you do finance. Oh was not much more of an intimate square was seventeen. I had no idea what I wanted to stay as much as possible. Genera and you want to do so then I took finance because I would like you will always help you in anything going to undertake and what they did to help me find out what I wanted to do. I did like seven internships some and give me at least an idea what those.

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"leah klein" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

Dishing Up Nutrition

11:27 min | 7 months ago

"leah klein" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

"Today. We're going to explain a rather complex. And maybe it's unfamiliar term for many of you and that term is called the micro bio him and if you're a nutrition follower you more than likely have seen this term around whether it's blog articles you've read or podcast. Listen to but we want to take some time this morning to explain and explore and hopefully answer some questions around this concept of what exactly the microbiome is and how does it affect our health. If you'd like more information about the microbiome after this show you can go to our website which is weight and wellness dot com and read a blog article that I just wrote and we posted. I believe it was just last week on our website so the blog is titled. What is the microbiome? What does it do? And how does it keep us healthy? I know I've talked to a few clients of mine who have already read that and think it's just a really great resource so kudos on on putting that together and making it easier for our for followers in our listeners. To to kind of dive into this topic well thank. You shall be appreciate that. It took many hours actually more than I expected to get that blog together but it came together actually fairly nicely so in between that researching and the writing and trying to wrap my hat around this concept of the microbiome you know I I think I have a decent handle on what the microbiome is and just some of those impacts on our health but I also just want to preface this or throw this out there early in the show here that the study of our gut health in the microbiome. It's still a relatively new scientific field. Only the last fifteen to twenty years. We really had some firepower into the research behind this right. So there's things there's definitely a lot of things that we know but my guess is that there's a heck of a lot out there that we don't know exactly so we're going to hopefully break down some of those things that we do know for our listeners. This morning help translate that and give people some topics or some ideas on how we can make an impact on that microbiome right. Yeah so again. What is the microbiome And My name. I'll introduce myself now. I'm Leah Klein showed. I'm a registered and licensed Dietitian is see clients at our Mendota Heights location a few days a week. And you've heard her voice now but I have shelby Olsen who is in the studio with me as a co host. This morning shelby is a licensed nutritionist with a master's degree in applied clinical nutrition and she works with clients in our. Why's that a location? So we're kind of on the opposite side of the world for those of you who live in the twin cities Leah's than Mendota Heights. I'm in ways that we don't get to see each other very often but I thought it was really interesting. Li You and I both did our undergraduate degree in exercise science and then we went onto a master's program in clinical nutrition. And here we are getting to kind of nerd out over the microbial salute. So I hope that we can share some of our insights and some of OUR PASSION FOR HELPING PEOPLE UNDERSTAND. How Micro Ma how? The microbiome affects their health. And what you can do to keep your microbiome working for you not against you. Good morning everyone. Of course I'm excited to be in the studio here. I believe that understanding the microbiome helps us to see what's going on with our health but as humans. We are mostly made up of microbes. All of you a Germaphobe out here stick with US may surprise you that we as humans are mostly made up of microbes. In fact we have over one hundred trillion microbes both on the inside and outside of our bodies. And if you're thinking Micros what is that? Those are the tiny living things that are actually too small to see with the naked eye. But there on your skin there in your mouth or in that sinus cavity they're even in your intestinal tract really everywhere on the inside and the outside of your body and we know as we learn more about this research. We have more microbes in our body than we have human cells because there are are approximately ten microbes for every human cell that we have in our body. That's just those numbers one hundred trillion ten ten times more microbes for every human. Sell those numbers. You almost can't comprehend that. And the majority of those microbes live in our digestive system especially in the large intestinal tract or the colon. So I'm sure you've heard some of the names of these microbes like bacteria fungi protozoa and even viruses but in most cases when people hear bacteria or fungi or virus they automatically associate that with bad health or disease right. We've been hearing a lot about the corona virus clearly not something that We associate with good health but we are learning that not all bacteria not all microbes are all are bad for our health So that's really where we want to set that foundation for our discussion today. Absolutely yeah. There's some that they're more. They're more neutral but some that even work for us like you said earlier shelby. They work for us not necessarily against us. They actually help. Keep the bad guys in check right. So when we say the word microbiome. That's the good the bad. The ugly is a collection of bacteria viruses fungus. All of the above Yep absolutely so now that we know what microbes are so shall we did a nice job. Introducing that topic and some of the names of those microbes. Let me tell you now. So here's more scientific nerdy term for microbiome. We know the microbiome is all the genetic material that makes up all of these microbes. So all of those bacteria the fungi the protozoa viruses. Then those guys again. They live on our body. They live inside our body. This is all the genetic material that make up these microbes. So these microbes that are in the microbiome. They help us do a lot of things. So number. One first and foremost they help us digest our food. They help us break it. Down absorb everything like that. I think people have have started to buy into that idea a little bit more about you. Know breaking down our food or affecting our digestive system but tell us a little bit more because there are some other ideas about the microbiome right right so another huge concept about the microbiome and what they do for us is that it regulates our immune system. We know and I talked to my clients about this all the time about. What is it? Seventy eighty percent of our immune system is in that lining of our digestive tract especially our intestinal track. So we need all those. We need that like you said the good the bad the ugly all of that really lends itself to building up our immune system and keeping some of those bad guys at bay. So what? I'm hearing you say Leah. Is that if you have tummy troubles. You may actually be more likely to get a colder afloat definitely idea for you listeners. Yeah I'm going to share a little bit about that in my story little later on this show so I have some personal history with that but the microbiome also you know a protects us against the bad guys and it helps us produce some of our nutrients some of our vitamin specifically B twelve so might even be twelve Thiamine Riboflavin which are a couple other of our B. Vitamins and even vitamin K right. So it's very interesting that actually they we don't always necessarily get all of these nutrients from the food itself but from some of these microbes right and as I was researching for the show. I was thinking to myself. Well are the microbes on my skin. The same ones that are in my gut rate because we actually have lots of different microbes on our skin as that protective layer. It's not just a physical barrier. We actually have the bacteria the fungi. You know. Some of these other microbes on our skin so the short answer is no the different parts of our body all have different and distinct kind of communities or I sometimes call them. Families of microbes skin has their group or their family of microbes. The Vagina has a different family The intestinal tract has a different family of microbes. Each type of microbe likes to stay with their group or their family Much like humans do right. Yeah I've been don't travel too far out of that group typically right. Yeah and another interesting fact. Is that the microbiome from person to person differs so your microbiome. Shelby is not the same as mine. Ryan it's not the same as your husband's even the same my husband so lots of differentiation and individuality between people and that can even differ between twins identical twins are fraternal twins. They don't have the same microbiomes. Even though especially identical twins have that same genetic makeup right. Yeah right Researchers found that the microbiome in the intestinal tract from obese. Twins is different from lean twins. Oh Yeah so interesting right so I think actually will put a pin in that and come back to that on the other side of break. Yeah that sounds like a good idea. Okay I think we want to talk about them. A little. Bit Of -solutely. Yes so you're listening to dishing up nutrition and last week nutritional weight and wellness was featured on the TV program twin cities lie with Elizabeth recent. Steve Patterson we invite you to watch this interview. So if you didn't catch it live. We have this on our website at weight and wellness dot com. The story was about how madeline who is able to eliminate her back pain many years ago by eating real food so madeline was. Kinda the star of that show One of our nutrition therapy counselors. Melania many of you have heard her voice here on the show before she also was featured to share her simple take on food which she teaches to her clients in office and also in the classes that she teaches and she teaches that some foods really are harmful and some foods are healing so we encourage our students and our clients who always make that choice to eat the healing foods. Just as Madeleine did yeah. We'll be right back. Welcome back to dishing up.

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What Is the Microbiome and How Does It Affect Our Health?

Dishing Up Nutrition

09:38 min | 7 months ago

What Is the Microbiome and How Does It Affect Our Health?

"Today. We're going to explain a rather complex. And maybe it's unfamiliar term for many of you and that term is called the micro bio him and if you're a nutrition follower you more than likely have seen this term around whether it's blog articles you've read or podcast. Listen to but we want to take some time this morning to explain and explore and hopefully answer some questions around this concept of what exactly the microbiome is and how does it affect our health. If you'd like more information about the microbiome after this show you can go to our website which is weight and wellness dot com and read a blog article that I just wrote and we posted. I believe it was just last week on our website so the blog is titled. What is the microbiome? What does it do? And how does it keep us healthy? I know I've talked to a few clients of mine who have already read that and think it's just a really great resource so kudos on on putting that together and making it easier for our for followers in our listeners. To to kind of dive into this topic well thank. You shall be appreciate that. It took many hours actually more than I expected to get that blog together but it came together actually fairly nicely so in between that researching and the writing and trying to wrap my hat around this concept of the microbiome you know I I think I have a decent handle on what the microbiome is and just some of those impacts on our health but I also just want to preface this or throw this out there early in the show here that the study of our gut health in the microbiome. It's still a relatively new scientific field. Only the last fifteen to twenty years. We really had some firepower into the research behind this right. So there's things there's definitely a lot of things that we know but my guess is that there's a heck of a lot out there that we don't know exactly so we're going to hopefully break down some of those things that we do know for our listeners. This morning help translate that and give people some topics or some ideas on how we can make an impact on that microbiome right. Yeah so again. What is the microbiome And My name. I'll introduce myself now. I'm Leah Klein showed. I'm a registered and licensed Dietitian is see clients at our Mendota Heights location a few days a week. And you've heard her voice now but I have shelby Olsen who is in the studio with me as a co host. This morning shelby is a licensed nutritionist with a master's degree in applied clinical nutrition and she works with clients in our. Why's that a location? So we're kind of on the opposite side of the world for those of you who live in the twin cities Leah's than Mendota Heights. I'm in ways that we don't get to see each other very often but I thought it was really interesting. Li You and I both did our undergraduate degree in exercise science and then we went onto a master's program in clinical nutrition. And here we are getting to kind of nerd out over the microbial salute. So I hope that we can share some of our insights and some of OUR PASSION FOR HELPING PEOPLE UNDERSTAND. How Micro Ma how? The microbiome affects their health. And what you can do to keep your microbiome working for you not against you. Good morning everyone. Of course I'm excited to be in the studio here. I believe that understanding the microbiome helps us to see what's going on with our health but as humans. We are mostly made up of microbes. All of you a Germaphobe out here stick with US may surprise you that we as humans are mostly made up of microbes. In fact we have over one hundred trillion microbes both on the inside and outside of our bodies. And if you're thinking Micros what is that? Those are the tiny living things that are actually too small to see with the naked eye. But there on your skin there in your mouth or in that sinus cavity they're even in your intestinal tract really everywhere on the inside and the outside of your body and we know as we learn more about this research. We have more microbes in our body than we have human cells because there are are approximately ten microbes for every human cell that we have in our body. That's just those numbers one hundred trillion ten ten times more microbes for every human. Sell those numbers. You almost can't comprehend that. And the majority of those microbes live in our digestive system especially in the large intestinal tract or the colon. So I'm sure you've heard some of the names of these microbes like bacteria fungi protozoa and even viruses but in most cases when people hear bacteria or fungi or virus they automatically associate that with bad health or disease right. We've been hearing a lot about the corona virus clearly not something that We associate with good health but we are learning that not all bacteria not all microbes are all are bad for our health So that's really where we want to set that foundation for our discussion today. Absolutely yeah. There's some that they're more. They're more neutral but some that even work for us like you said earlier shelby. They work for us not necessarily against us. They actually help. Keep the bad guys in check right. So when we say the word microbiome. That's the good the bad. The ugly is a collection of bacteria viruses fungus. All of the above Yep absolutely so now that we know what microbes are so shall we did a nice job. Introducing that topic and some of the names of those microbes. Let me tell you now. So here's more scientific nerdy term for microbiome. We know the microbiome is all the genetic material that makes up all of these microbes. So all of those bacteria the fungi the protozoa viruses. Then those guys again. They live on our body. They live inside our body. This is all the genetic material that make up these microbes. So these microbes that are in the microbiome. They help us do a lot of things. So number. One first and foremost they help us digest our food. They help us break it. Down absorb everything like that. I think people have have started to buy into that idea a little bit more about you. Know breaking down our food or affecting our digestive system but tell us a little bit more because there are some other ideas about the microbiome right right so another huge concept about the microbiome and what they do for us is that it regulates our immune system. We know and I talked to my clients about this all the time about. What is it? Seventy eighty percent of our immune system is in that lining of our digestive tract especially our intestinal track. So we need all those. We need that like you said the good the bad the ugly all of that really lends itself to building up our immune system and keeping some of those bad guys at bay. So what? I'm hearing you say Leah. Is that if you have tummy troubles. You may actually be more likely to get a colder afloat definitely idea for you listeners. Yeah I'm going to share a little bit about that in my story little later on this show so I have some personal history with that but the microbiome also you know a protects us against the bad guys and it helps us produce some of our nutrients some of our vitamin specifically B twelve so might even be twelve Thiamine Riboflavin which are a couple other of our B. Vitamins and even vitamin K right. So it's very interesting that actually they we don't always necessarily get all of these nutrients from the food itself but from some of these microbes right and as I was researching for the show. I was thinking to myself. Well are the microbes on my skin. The same ones that are in my gut rate because we actually have lots of different microbes on our skin as that protective layer. It's not just a physical barrier. We actually have the bacteria the fungi. You know. Some of these other microbes on our skin so the short answer is no the different parts of our body all have different and distinct kind of communities or I sometimes call them. Families of microbes skin has their group or their family of microbes. The Vagina has a different family The intestinal tract has a different family of microbes. Each type of microbe likes to stay with their group or their family Much like humans do right. Yeah I've been don't travel too far out of that group typically right. Yeah and another interesting fact. Is that the microbiome from person to person differs so your microbiome. Shelby is not the same as mine. Ryan it's not the same as your husband's even the same my husband so lots of differentiation and individuality between people

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"leah klein" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:55 min | 8 months ago

"leah klein" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Of a seventeen month old boy I think our topic of discussion this morning on dishing up nutrition is we say interesting to say the least and probably one that doesn't come up too much at the dinner table we'll be talking about constipation and diarrhea and will be spending much of the time actually talking much more about constipation and specifically a lot about children and constipation so until I became a dietitian and I didn't realize how common constipation was in the general population but then it wasn't even until it became apparent that I realize how common constipation is in children you don't know what you don't know until you're there my name is Leah Klein showed I'm a registered and licensed I addition and I see clients three days a week at our nutritional waiting wellness Mendota heights location and then the other two week days I am home with my son Landon it's a really great I would say almost perfect work life balance in terms of scheduling so let's get started with our discussion we have a dress diary us a loose bowel movements on other shows we've we spent entire other shows talking about diarrhea right so we've decided to focus more on today's show in terms of constipation and constipation is a common problem in children of all ages so in fence toddlers school age kids teenagers and even the children who are now all grown up and now they're adults young at heart yeah absolutely and so actually constipation is one of the most common chronic gastrointestinal disorders in adults social be we see this in clinic like almost day in and day out with finance you are having maybe just a few bomb movements every week right and actually when I was going through my master's program for clinical nutrition one of my first professor said if you are not comfortable talking about poop with people you were in the wrong profession yes we have to talk everything digestive from the top to the bottom right yeah so this morning we will spend time talking about the causes and some solutions for both children and adults who struggle with constipation issues so joining me in studio today in cell B. Olson who is a licensed nutritionist we will be talking about adult and childhood constipation which is a very real problem for so many people we believe this information are going to share this morning will help you find a solution yeah well good morning Leah and good morning to our listeners are good evening or good afternoon wherever you are in the world and listening I was formally shall be home all but as of about six seven months I am finally getting used to calling myself Shelby Olson likely I had mentioned I'm a licensed nutritionist and I actually see clients in our ways that a location I also spend many of my days teaching wellness classes for a variety of the companies here in the Twin Cities in the past few years more and more companies large and small are trying to provide nutrition information to their employees in the hopes that they will remain healthy because we understand just like they do that healthy employees are productive employees so some of the classes that we may teach you know just the within the past week I've taught a class called mindful eating I've taught classes about jump start your metabolism eating real food for her every day health solutions I talk about good foods and good moods that none brain connection to the foods that we eat so we really bring this eat real food.

"leah klein" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

Dishing Up Nutrition

01:36 min | 10 months ago

"leah klein" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

"Share. How food can help? Add adhd she's symptoms. My name is car. And I'm a licensed nutritionist. I have a master's degree and holistic health. And I'm a certified nutrition specialist realises. Well I'm really excited about our show today. We're going to discuss how you can care for and freed your brain for optimal functioning especially early if you or maybe your child has attention issues or struggles with behavior in this morning. I have Leah joining me as our co host on. DISHING UP NUTRITION LEAH LOVES TO SHARE WITH THE CURRENT nutrition. Research is saying so. Can you just introduce yourself for just a second and maybe maybe tell us a little bit about what type of nutrition research you found in the news this week. Go Good Morning car in good morning to all of our listeners out there my. My name is Leah. Klein showed I am a registered and licensed Dietitian and I currently see clients out of our MENDOTA heights location so with school. Who'll in full swing right now and we're kind of in the middle of some school breaks Thanksgiving Christmas winter breaks for most schools? I have actually a a number of kids and teens and even some college students on my counseling schedule and I think more and more parents are starting to get attuned to and look for a natural way to manage their child's ADHD symptoms. So they're looking to nutrition and they're looking at our offices offices and making appointments nutritional weight and.

"leah klein" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:35 min | 10 months ago

"leah klein" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Variety of neurological diseases today we're gonna share how food can help ADD and ADHD symptoms my name is Kara carver and I'm a licensed nutritionist I have a master's degree and holistic health and I'm a certified nutrition specialist as well I'm really excited about our show today we're going to discuss how you can care for and freed your brain for optimal functioning especially if you or maybe your child has attention issues or struggles with behavior in this morning in I have we a joining me is our co host on dishing out nutrition we love to share with the current needs Trish in research is saying so can you just introduce yourself for just a second and maybe tell us a little bit about what type of nutrition research you found in the news this week as go good morning Kerr and good morning to all of our listeners out there my name is Leah Klein showed I am a registered and licensed dietitian and I currently see clients out of our Mendota heights location so with school in full swing right now and we're kind of in the middle of some school breaks thanksgiving Christmas winter breaks for most schools I have actually a number of kids and teens and even some college students on my counseling schedule and I think more and more parents are starting to get a tune to and look for a natural way to manage their child's ADHD symptoms so they're looking to nutrition and they're looking.

"leah klein" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

10:50 min | 1 year ago

"leah klein" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"What you're wondering what are those nutritious going to talk about today well let me answer that this morning we're going to discuss the food connection to auto immune diseases and I'm sure some of you may be thinking so what is an auto immune disease you know I believe the best way to describe it is an auto immune disease is an inflammation disease of inflammation basically yeah which often results in pain a lot of pain for some people so each auto immune disease has a name you know we have heard many of these like rheumatoid arthritis yeah graves disease fibromyalgia lupus Crohn's disease MLS has mama type one diabetes which is new for people the legend goes on and on it does yes and sadly about fifty million Americans suffer from some type of an auto immune condition and actually conventional medicine really hasn't found any solutions that work for most people it's true so ya we know that there are drugs like prednisone which can help reduce inflammation but because of the serious side effects prednisone is not a long term solution now because I know about doctors want to get you off of that as soon as possible so today we want to discuss some research that has found that there certain foods that you might be eating that may be the cause or the root cause of your auto immune disease so let me be clear there is really no magical answer we work with a lot of people with autoimmune don't don't wait we do it's hard work mmhm Seoul so you have to think what are you eating that may be one because but we also understand that is not the only because of an autoimmune condition you don't to join in us you heard Britney's voice already we have two dietitians in the studio with us this morning and there were all gonna look at studies that have kind of pointed to the food connection to auto immune diseases so Britney introduce yourself happy to do so I am a registered and licensed dietitian I see clients out of our Saint Paul and Lake fill offices I have a lot of long distance clients as well so I talked to them via phone or Skype just got married last year I have been a dietitian for over seven years now while I'm place yeah and I would say at least half of my clients have an autoimmune condition or at least one of them it's common to have more than one yes it is yeah I agree so autoimmune digestive problems such as colitis Crohn's we see a lot of of individuals that have that vast number my clients have skin problems such as psoriasis glared turma there's are both auto immune conditions so today we also have joining us Leah Klein trout and to keep it simple which color the FK did a great job it is also a registered and licensed dietitian and she has a ten month old baby Landon and today is her first time on dishing up nutrition the Leo welcome to the show it all I know you are a reader research because I you write for a someone I can tell yeah and dole you've kind of research some things on eating gluten products like bread and pasta and cookies and cakes and crackers Emmett hall there are connected to a variety of auto immune diseases and I think one of the things you mentioned before we went on areas maybe we should talk about what are some of these gluten grains that we're gonna be talking about today yes absolutely well first off good morning darn good morning Britain warning to all of the listeners out there it's really an honor to be on the show and on this side of the microphone for the first time and I would be lying if it if I said it was a little intimidating here this morning but one thing I do know how to talk about is how to talk about research yeah yeah so thank you so to your point dar of those gluten containing products so what we're looking at are things that contained the major gluten containing grains like wheat rye far really those are the major players and so they are very commonly found in things like breads pastas pancakes toast crackers things like that and so back to that research piece that you were talking about first of all about a third of the population has a sensitivity to gluten and that means one out of every three people so it was a lot of people so thinking about even the three of us that means at least one of us has that sensitivity to gluten containing foods again like the pizzas the breads pastas further more one person in every a hundred and thirty three people have celiac disease which is the auto immune gluten related disorder that has a genetic link and much more serious in some ways yeah absolutely yes there's like no all gluten at all in their diet no contamination yes yeah so we know that silly activities is considered an auto immune condition and it's like I just said it's one of the most serious associated with a gluten sensitivities so why is gluten eating gluten so bad for someone who is celiac disease so if you are one of those people that have celiac disease gluten trekkers your body to attack the cells of your small intestines it's like a little army going in there and attacking the th the blue thus the tissues are the cells yeah and that affects how well you can absorb your nutrients so you might be eating something perfectly fine but nothing goes in that's what silly actors is thus and it's rather shocking to think that for some people that have a gluten sensitivity just that one piece of Brad or that one pretzel that's actually enough to damage the lining of the small intestine so I think Britney that's kind of hard for people to read this to really get even one little bite of something a here at some of my clients say well what if I eat gluten light but yeah even once a week that really does throw off your digestive tract and like you said dar then you're not absorbing your food so even if you're eating healthy food you can still become malnourished and that's scary fact is that more than fifty five diseases have been linked to eating gluten cranes while the lack yes it is yeah yeah I'm gonna pop in with just another research tidbit for us all so this particular research came out of Poland and they found that people with celiac disease also had a higher risk of developing type one diabetes rheumatoid arthritis hi both I hyperthyroidism and all sort of colitis so in other words someone who had celiac disease already an auto immune condition had a higher risk of developing yet another autoimmune condition so bottom line is if you are gluten sensitive or you have celiac disease is extremely important for you to avoid gluten greens at all costs the hard for people to understand that it is yeah yeah Dr Amy Meyers she wrote the book the autoimmune solution it's a really wonderful resource and she because this problem the gluten sensitivity spectrum nice way to put it it is yeah so that refers to the vast number of people who have a gluten sensitivity she also said based on my clinical experience if you have an auto immune disease you are somewhat on the gluten sensitivity spectrum therefore you should avoid gluten like the plague so what does avoid gluten really me first and foremost you really have to grasp this in your mind that going gluten free is the strongest anti inflammatory remedy you'll ever find I mean that's kind of this amazing to think about that that is the strongest anti inflammatory remedy that you'll find don't honestly I have a client who is so careful about avoiding gluten because if she eats gluten by mistake I mean she really tries not to her kidney will inflame and then she'll have blood in your urine wow and so she is so concerned about preventing damaged your kidneys that she has even developed a gluten free kind of flour mix and you don't she breaks that inch she actually developed it to sell to some bakeries so it's really neat yeah so every six months she has her kidneys checked that the male clinic yeah I really happy to report and she is so happy that through eating a gluten free diet she's actually put this candy condition in remission amazing that's very powerful but she knows immediately I mean I was just kind of blown away when I started working with her that that's how sensitive she us I think many people are realize that yeah well it's already time for our first break good there you are listening to dishing up nutrition and today we are discussing the food connection to auto immune diseases and if you have a question today about how food may be a be affecting your auto immune disease call us in the studio at six five one six four one one zero seven one my talk one of seven one yes please.

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"leah klein" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

Dishing Up Nutrition

11:39 min | 1 year ago

"leah klein" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition

"Welcome to dishing up nutrition with licensed nutritionists and dietitians from nutritional weight, and wellness. We explain the connection between what you eat. And how you feel stay tuned for practical, life solutions for healthier, living through real food nutrition down. You got to make no mom last just. Well, welcome to dishing nutrition. What's you're wondering what are those nutritious going to talk about today? Well, let me answer that this morning. We're going to discuss the food connection to autoimmune diseases. And I'm sure some of you may be thinking. So what is an autoimmune disease? You know, I believe the best way to describe it is an autoimmune disease is an inflammation disease of inflammation, basically. Yep. Which often results in pain, a lot of pain for some people. So each auto immune disease has a name, you know, we have heard many of these, like rheumatoid arthritis, yet, grave's disease. Fibromyalgia lupus Crohn's disease. MS has Ma pipe one diabetes, which is new for people on and on. It does ready. Yes. And sadly about fish. Fifty million Americans suffer from some type of autoimmune condition and actually conventional medicine really hasn't found any solutions that work for most people to so yeah, we know that there are drugs like Prentice zone, which can help reduce the inflammation, but because of the serious side effects. Prentice zone is not a long-term solution now because I know about doctors want to get you off of that as soon as possible. So today, we want to discuss some research that has found that there's certain foods that you might be eating that maybe the cause or the writ cause of your auto immune disease. So let me be clear, there is really no magical answer. We work with a lot of people with autoimmune, don't, don't wait redo its hard work. So, so you have to think what are you eating that maybe one cause? But we also. Understand that it's not the only cause of an autoimmune condition, you know, to join in us, you heard britney's voice already. We have two dietitians in the studio with us this morning. And there were all going to look at studies that have kind of pointed to the food connection to auto immune diseases, so Britney introduce yourself happy to do. So I am a registered and licensed dietitian. I say clients out of our Saint Paul and lakeville offices have a lot of long distance clients, as well. So I talked to them via phone or Skype. I just got married last year. Now, I have been a dietitian for over seven years now coal, while I'm plice. And I would say, at least half of my clients have an autoimmune condition, or at least one of them, it's common to have more than one. We also does. Yes, I agree. So autoimmune digestive problems such as colitis Krones rec-, a lot of, of individuals that have that vast number my clients, have skin problems such as psoriasis, glare Dermot. There's are both autoimmune conditions. So today, we also have joining us Leah Klein shirt and keep it simple. Which caller Leah que did a great job day. He's also registered in licensed dietician, and she has a ten month old baby Landon and today's her first time on dishing up nutrition, so Leo. Welcome, who the show you know, I know you are reader a research because I write for something, and I can tell and, you know, you've kind of researched some things on eating gluten products like bread and pasta, and cookies cakes and crackers, and how they are connected to a variety of autoimmune diseases. And I think one of the things you mentioned before we went on areas, maybe we should talk about what are some of these gluten grains, that we're gonna be talking about today. Yes. Absolutely. Well first off. Good morning, Dr. Good morning. Good morning to all of the listeners out there. It's really an honor to be on the show and on this side of the microphone for the first time. And I would be lying if I said it wasn't a little intimidating being here this morning. But one thing I do know how to talk about is how to talk about research. Do thank you. So to your point, Dr of those gluten containing products. So what we're looking at are things that contain the major gluten containing grains, like week, ride, barley, those are the major players, and so they're very commonly found in things like breads, pastas pancakes toast crackers. Things like that. And so back to that research piece that you were talking about first of all about a third of the population has a sensitivity to gluten, and that means one out of every three people, so a lot of people so, so thinking about even the three of us, that means at least one of us has that sensitivity to gluten containing foods again, like the pizzas, the breads, the pastas. Furthermore, one person in every one hundred and thirty three people have feely activities, which is the auto immune gluten related disorder that has a genetic link Ben much more serious in some ways. Yeah, absolutely. Yes. There's like no gluten at all. Then their diet now contamination. Yep. So we know that silly act disease is considered an autoimmune condition. And like I just said, it's one of the most serious associated with. Gluten sensitivities. So why is gluten eating gluten so bad for someone who is still EAC disease? So if you are one of those people that have Philly actors aid Putin trick your body to attack the cells of your small intestines. If like a little army going in there and attacking the, the, the, the tissues are the cells. Yep. And that affects how well you can absorb your nutrients, so you might be eating something perfectly fine. But nothing goes in. That's what silly AC disease us. And it's rather shocking to think that for some people that have gluten sensitivity, just that one piece of Brad or that one pretzel, that's actually enough to damage the lining of their small intestine. So, like, I think Britney that's kind of hard for people to realize two really good, even one little bite. You have something a here. Some of my clients said, well, what if I eat gluten light? But yeah, even once a week that really does throw off your digestive tract. And like you said, Dr then you're not absorbing your food. So even if you're eating healthy food, you can still become malnourished. And the scary fact, is that more than fifty five diseases have been linked to eating gluten, grains, while the lack of. Yeah. Yeah. Well, I'm gonna pop in with just another research tidbit for us all though, this particular research came out of Poland, and they found that people with Celia disease also had a higher risk of developing type one, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis Hypo hyperthyroidism in all sorts of colitis. So, in other words, someone who had feel EAC disease already in auto immune condition had a higher risk of developing yet another auto immune condition. So bottom line is if you are. Gluten sensitive or you have really activities. It is extremely important for you to avoid gluten grains at all costs, a hard for people to understand that it has. Yeah. Dr Amy Myers. She wrote the book the auto immune solution. It's a really wonderful resource, and she caused this problem. The gluten sensitivity, spectrum the nice way to put it. So that refers to the vast number of people who have gluten sensitivity. She also said, based on my clinical experience, if you have an auto immune disease, you are somewhat on the gluten sensitivity, spectrum, therefore, you should avoid gluten, like the plague. So what is avoid gluten really Mead first and foremost, you really have to grasp this in your mind. The going bloom Frey is the strongest anti inflammatory remedy you'll ever find. I mean that's kind of amazing to think about that. That it's the strongest anti inflammatory remedy that you'll find you don't. Honestly, I have a client who. So careful about of waiting blatant because if she eats gluten by mistake. I mean she really tries not to her kidney will inflame, and then she'll have blood in her urine, bow. And so she is so concerned about preventing damage store kidneys, that she has even developed a gluten free kind of flour mix. And she makes that and she actually developed it to sell to some bakeries. So really neat. Yeah. So every six months, she has her kidneys check at the male clinic, and I really happy, the report, and she is so happy that through eating gluten free diet, she's actually put this candy condition in remission mazing. That's very powerful. But she knows immediately. I mean I was just kind of blown away when I started working with her that, that's how sensitive, she is. I think Ben. People are, don't realize it. Well, it's already time for our first break. You are listening to dishing up nutrition and today, we are discussing the food connection to autoimmune diseases, but welcome back to dishing up nutrition. It'll curly there are eighty different auto immune diseases, and more and more people each year are experiencing one of these inflammatory disorders. So at present time medications, do not seem to be very helpful. So right now, the most effective treatment is following an anti inflammatory diet and make he lifestyle habits changes. You know, one of those might be sleeping eight hours rather than five and try to do that most nights, and then participate in some kind of movement therapy, in know, like move, that's basically, what they're.

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"leah klein" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

12:01 min | 1 year ago

"leah klein" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Dishing up nutrition, but you're wondering let her those nutritious gonna talk about today. Well, let me answer that this morning, we're going to discuss the food connection to auto immune diseases. And I'm sure some of you may be thinking. So what is an autoimmune disease? You know, I believe the best way to describe it is an autoimmune disease is an inflammation disease of inflammation, basically. Yep. Which often results in pain, a lot of pain for some people. So each auto immune disease has a name, you know, we have heard many of these, like rheumatoid arthritis grave's disease fibromyalgia lupus Crohn's disease, MS as MMA, type one diabetes, which is new for people less impose on and on it does. Yes. And sadly about fifty million Americans suffer from some type of autoimmune condition an act. Actually conventional medicine really hasn't found any solutions that work for most people to so yeah, we know that there are drugs like Prentice zone, which can help reduce the inflammation, but because of the serious side effects. Prentice zone is not a long-term solution now because I know about doctors wanna get you off of that. As soon as possible. So today, we want to discuss some research that has found that there's certain foods that you might be eating that may be the cause or the root cause of your auto immune disease. So let me be clear, there is really no magical answer. We work with a lot of people with auto immune. Don't don't we redo its hard work. So, so you have to think what are you eating that may be one cause? But we also understand that it's not the only cause of an autoimmune condition. You know, to join in us, you heard britney's voice already. We have two dietitians in the studio with us this morning. And there were all going to look at studies that have kind of pointed to the food connection to auto immune diseases, so Britney introduce yourself happy to do. So I am a registered and licensed dietitian. I see clients out of our Saint Paul. And Phil offices ever lot of long distance clients, as well. So I talked to them via phone or Skype. I just got married last year. Now I have been a dietitian for over seven years now. Oh, while I'm plice? And I would say, at least half of my clients have an autoimmune condition, or at least one of them, it's common to have more than one. Yes, it is. Yes. I agree. So autumn, you digestive problems such as colitis crowns. We see a lot of, of individuals that have that vast number my clients have skin problems such as psoriasis, glare Dermot. There's are both auto immune conditions. So today, we also have joining us Leah Klein shirt and keep it simple. Which caller Leah que did a great job. He's also registered in licensed dietician, and she has a ten month old baby in and today's her first time on dishing up nutrition, so Leo, who the show, you know, I know you are reader a research, 'cause I write for some and I can tell and, you know, you've researched some things on eating gluten products like bread and pasta, and cookies, cakes and crackers. And how they are connected to a variety of autoimmune diseases. And I think one of the things you mentioned before we went on areas, maybe we should talk about what are some of these gluten grains, that we're gonna be talking about today. Yes. Absolutely. Well first off. Good morning, Dr. Good morning Britain. Good morning to all of the listeners out there. It's really an honor to be on the show and on the side of the microphone for the first time and I would be lying if I said it wasn't a little intimidating being here this morning. But one thing I do know how to talk about is how to talk about research. Do thank you. So to your point, Dr of those gluten containing product. So what we're looking at are things that contain the major gluten containing grains, like wheat rye. Barley. Those are the major players, and so they're very commonly found in things like breads, pastas, pancakes toast, crackers, things like that. And so back to that research piece that you were talking about first of all about a third of the population has a sensitivity to gluten, and that means one out of every three people, so a lot of people. So thinking about even the three of us that means at least one of us has that sensitivity to gluten containing foods again, like the pizzas, the breads the pastas. Furthermore, one person in every one hundred and thirty three people have Sealy act disease, which is the auto immune gluten related disorder that has a genetic link and much more serious of in some ways. Yes, there's like no gluten at all in their diet now contamination. Yes. So we know that silly disease is considered an autoimmune condition, and it's like I said, it's one of the most serious associated with gluten sensitivities. So why is gluten eating gluten so bad for someone who is silly act disease? So if you're one of those people that have silly act disease. Pollutant triggers your body to attack the cells of your small intestines. It's like a little army going in there and attacking the, the, the, the tissues, are the cells, and that affects how well you can absorb your nutrients, so you might beating something perfectly fine. But nothing goes in. So that's what Celia busies does. And it's rather shocking to think that for some people that have gluten sensitivity, just that one piece of bread or that one pretzel, that's actually enough to damage the lining of their small intestine. So I think Britney that's kind of hard for people to read this to really good, even one little bite. You have something a here. Some of my clients say, well, what if I eat gluten light? But yeah, even once a week that really does throw off your digestive tract. And like you said, Dr then you're not absorbing your food. So even if you're eating healthy food, you can still become Mounir sched. And the scary fact, is that more than fifty five. Diseases have been linked to eating gluten grains a lot. Yes. It is. Yeah. Yeah. I'm gonna pop in with just another research tidbit for us all, so this particular research came out of Poland, and they found that people with Celia disease also had a higher risk of developing type one, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, Hypo hyperthyroidism and all sorts of colitis. So, in other words, someone who had Celia disease already an auto immune condition had a higher risk of developing yet another auto immune condition. So bottom line is if you are. Gluten sensitive, or you have seal EAC disease is extremely important for you to avoid gluten greens at all costs, a hard for people to understand that. Yeah. Dr Amy Myers. She wrote the book the auto immune solution. It's a really wonderful resource, and she caused this problem the gluten sensitivity, spectrum. Nice way to put it. So that refers to the vast number of people who have gluten sensitivity. She also said, based on my clinical experience, if you have an autoimmune disease, you are somewhat on the gluten sensitivity, spectrum, therefore, you should avoid gluten, like the plague. So what does a void gluten really mean first and foremost, you really have to grasp this in your mind. That going bloom, free is the strongest anti-inflammatories remedy you'll ever find. I mean that's kind of this amazing to think about that, that have the strongest anti inflammatory remedy that you'll find you don't. Honestly, I have a client who is so careful about avoiding Luton because if she eats gluten by stake. I mean she really tries not to her kidney will inflame, and then she'll have blood in her urine. And so she is so concerned about preventing damage to our kidneys that she has even developed a gluten free kind of flour mix. And she makes that and she actually developed it to sell to some bakeries. So it's really neat. Yeah. So every six months, she has her kidneys Schick that the male clinic. It really happy report. And she is so happy that through eating gluten free diet. She's actually put his kidney condition in remission. It's amazing. That's very powerful. But she knows immediately. I mean I was just kind of blown away when I started working with her that, that's how sensitive, she is. And I think many people are don't realize it. Well, it's already time for first break. 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