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"malcolm guelleh" Discussed on GSMC Health and Wellness Podcast
"ASA different types of oils all Okada oil oil sunflower oil walnut oil and the different types of cooking that you can use these for based on their smoke point and in addition into cooking which ones are better for like putting in your salad dressing. Now we're GonNa talk about what some of those terms I was throwing around really mean polyunsaturated monounsaturated all that jazz. and which ones are good and bad for you for a long time. Fat was just really disregarded as having any health benefits in the general vernacular but it is is actually really good for US depending on the type of fat that you get and fat is necessary for your body for giving it a source of energy he for absorbing vitamins and minerals remember. We talked about how some vitamins and minerals are water. Soluble and previous episode and others are fat. Soluble Oh so you need that in there to process some of these vitamins and minerals that also helps you build cell membranes. So that's the outside of the cells and it also surrounds nerves. So you like your Myelin sheaths Mylan. She threw like these little slim's teams that cover your neurons. And they're made up of cells that contain fat to insulate your neurons from electrical activity. Tippety that helps to increase how quickly it can transmit signals in your brain as well so we WANNA make sure that we are. You're taking good care of all of ourselves and in order to do that. We need fat. You also need it. For blood clotting for moving your muscles news and for preventing inflammation like we talked about in the last segment with those omega three fatty acids so they are called fatty acids for reason. And we're going to get them from fats for your long term health. Though some fats are definitely better than others. We talked about which types of oils to use for for that for your ingesting general in the last segment and really the good ones that we talked about a lot they were in olive oil and such where those monounsaturated traded in polyunsaturated fats. And the bad ones are generally going to be trans. Fats those are you're hyper process ones. That are ten. They tend to be industrial. Made made and your body gets really confused because it's like. What is this process garbage that I'm putting into my body? What are you doing to me so? Saturated aided fats on the other hand fall somewhere in the middle all fats are made of a similar chemical structure which is carbon atoms bonded sounded two hydrogen atoms. And the thing that differentiates one fat from the other is the length and shape of that chain of carbon atoms and the a number of hydrogen atoms that are connected to the carbon atoms so at the chemical level it might seem to be tiny. Slight differences is in its structure that can really mean very important differences in its form and its function so essentially the anatomy to me and the physiology of these fats. That were consuming. Let's start with the bad news. I always like start bad news first. So we're GONNA start with the Trans Fats. It is the worst type of dietary fat and it's a byproduct of the process called hydrogen nation. So you've heard of hydrogenated oils and it used to turn healthy oils into solids to keep them from turning rancid so think you know the solid oils that we sometimes cook with. I have used them before for cooking fried chicken because they are delicious but I tend tend to stay away from them now. They don't really have any health benefits. If you've ever eaten a spoonful of CRISCO I did. I just WanNa know what it tasted like. I WanNa know what flavor it was imparting into my food but it doesn't really have much flavor. Sometimes they can taste almost like plastic or just I just tastes like oil in a way without any of the nuttiness of you know long oil or peanut oil or without the creamy flavour of of Avocado oil where that richness of bird extra virgin olive oil like that Spanish olive oil from trader. Joe's Trans Fats have no health benefits in them. None that are known to US anyway and by US I mean the health population in general real people who study it and look into it and there is not really a safe level of consumption so they've been officially banned in the United United States at this point the FDA decided in twenty fifteen. The artificial trans fats are not safe to eight. And they gave food producers three years to completely cut them out from our food supply so that deadline was June. Eighteenth twenty thirteen. They recently gently gave them a one year extension to use them in limited circumstances such as Greece for industrial baking pans and that means they were not really cut all the way out until about halfway through twenty nineteen last year. We didn't really need to give if that extension in my opinion. But that's neither here nor there. My opinion does not matter to the FDA but for the most part they are largely out of our food supply. CRISCO mentioned earlier has significantly reduced. How Much Trans Fat? They have in their shortening. But that's just enough to allow them to legally claim zero grams of trans fat per serving on the label. But if you look at their ingredient lists you know it still tends to contain partially hydrogenated soybean soybean oil and as we just mentioned those hydrogen nation processes are what turns those healthy oils into solids. So we don't really want that because trans fats are a by product of that process. Now as food makers have learned some new ways to use use partially hydrogenated vegetable oils. They put them in everything from cookies and pastries too fast food food so French fries were cooked in them for a long time to Malcolm glad well has a really good podcast on Revisionist history and one of my favorite episodes. He gets very passionate about how McDonalds changed their recipe from using beef tallow to you. Cook their fries to using vegetable oil because we went through that craze as I mentioned before and like the eighties and nineties. I believe where we were like. Oh No fats are bad. Fats are bad. Let's not eat anymore. Animal fat and so they started cooking it in vegetable oil. And that's why French fries today from Donald's don't tend to taste as good in my opinion and in Malcolm Guelleh's opinion as they did when we were younger. It's not just in your head. They changed the recipe by changing changing. What they're cooking? The men eating lots of trans fats is going to increase the amount of the bad cholesterol. LDL In your bloodstream. And it's also going to reduce the amount of beneficial cholesterol your HDL's so this transfats create inflammation just just like those Omega Sixes can also contribute to that but since there's no nutritional value in here there's no mega threes to balance out. Put the inflammation that's being caused. And this has been linked to heart. Disease Diabetes Strokes and a bunch of other chronic conditions nations. We talked about diabetes and sugar in a recent episode. And how insulin resistance is related to type two diabetes and these Trans Fats also contribute to insulin resistance so we want to give our bodies the best chance that they have to do what they're supposed to do and in order to do that we you should really be avoiding transfats because even small amounts of it can be really detrimental to your health for every two percent of calories from trans fats consumed each day. Your risk of heart disease rises by twenty three percent according to Harvard health. All right. We're going quick break and when we come back we're going to talk about the good news saturated fats that are kind of inbetween and our monounsaturated activated and polyunsaturated fats the GMC life than happiness. podcast takes you on a journey of exploration. We'll discuss tried and true methods the long side the latest trends how best live your life to its fullest happiest from psychology to meditation science to self help books the Genus Mc. 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"malcolm guelleh" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast
"Ronco it's gonna be a nervous toronto crowd we thought that maybe the raptors you know it kind of salt this they're doing taking care of business one verse eight now that is no longer the case the raptors are definitely quite capable of losing games in the series that is quite turn i think they really what they need to do is they gotta go out and set the tone defensively david better defense than the wizards stu and as long as they can again keep them out of transition they should be all right in this series because the wizards shouldn't be able to score on them in the half court but you know if you're gonna give this much transition they can lose any of these games what i kept thinking about during the fourth quarter of this game was this idea that malcolm guelleh's articulated of david strategies and so there are certain things that you should do when you are an underdog to give yourself the best chance to win and what was so weird about this game was toronto was doing some of those even though they're the better team they were going for too much for offense if rebounds they were everyone while they were gambling they had some weird offensive possessions where they were like trying to draw fouls all that kind of stuff and you're better than them just trust that you're better than the other team yeah it's just a question of you know are they really right it's a well one other thing for the wizards that i want to mention i've been increasingly frustrated that in the early games of the series one the wizards were looking to find something tilana was out playing thomas editorinchief and so yeah you go with that you know budgets when lawson was not particularly good in this game saturday ski only played six minutes considering the way that the offense looked with him and sadyrin's key being a better basketball player than tylenol senate at this point scotty brooks has to go back in that direction.