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"metabolic syndrome" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

08:09 min | 2 months ago

"metabolic syndrome" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

"8 hours in the first experiment. And what we found was the 8 hour eaters, we called it time restricted eating for 8 hours because only the timing was restricted calorie was not restricted. They had the same number of calories. So this 8 hours time restricted mice where 28% less and they had 70% less fat mass than the first group. You might think that, okay, so this is my society only for 8 hours fasting for 16 hours, then maybe really we can do regular tasks. So he actually put this mice on treadmill. We do have treadmills for mice. And this mice ran on the treadmill, they outpaced even mice that were eating healthy food whenever they wanted. So we're surprised by that. And then we also put them on balance beam, almost like gymnastics. They have to stay on a rotating drum long time. And they even stayed on the rotating drum for very long time. So the motor coordination and muscle performance as assessed by endurance on a treadmill, they all improved. They had low fatty liver disease, low cholesterol, normal healthy cholesterol, healthy level of blood glucose. Everything seemed normal at that time. And then we have repeated their experiment with 9 hours hitting ten hour sitting. What we find is in mice, we can go up to ten or 11 hours, they're fine. Even mice can need for 9 to ten hours for 5 days and two days they can party in the weekend, they eat beans, but still they were healthy. We have also taken mice that are fat and they already had disease and put them on 8 or 9 hours time restituting, and we can reverse many of their digital. Which was very exciting for us because most of us, that is the most relevant experiment for humans, because often we want to improve our health and we want to do something, so we tried seeing when do people actually eat because, you know, most of us will think that we eat, we have our first breakfast, say at 8, 7 or 8, and then we finish our dinner by 6. But actually, as I said, even a half fat teaspoon worth of sugar is enough to break what we call fast because you're because you're pancreas has to get up and process that sugar. Just imagine when is the last time you had that half a cookie, the leftover from your kid's dinner, what are the first time in the morning when you really want that coffee because your sleep deprived all night and you want to charge up. So you have that coffee with a little bit of cream, a little bit of sugar, all of those curves. So what we have done is we made a very simple app called my circadian clock, and in the first study, we asked people to just take a picture of what the eating, one of the 8 drank anything. And we did that for a 156 people in the first experiment that was published almost 7 years ago. And to our surprise, what we found was all the people always said that they eat within ten to 12 hours. That's what the recall, but over a week over two weeks, what we found is that it's actually 50% of adults in the U.S. tend to eat with an interval of 14 and a half to 15 hours. So that means if your first calorie in any week, not for any day in any weeks, started at 6 a.m. in the morning when you got up and had that half a cup of tea or coffee with a little bit of sugar and then nearly 50% of people also had their last up milk or last nachos or cracker or whatever it is at 9 p.m. at night. So that was the first eye opening. Because less than 10% of people actually eat consistently under 12 hours every day. So almost 90% of our actually eat. Outside this 12 hours, at least two or three days in a week. So then the question is, can people reduce their eating window? And stick at ten hours window and try to eat within ten hours, although a mouse experiments were 8 hours. We think that 8 hours may be too difficult to stick in the long run, because people do have to share at least one meal with their family, so that's why we try ten hours. And what we found is, yes, people can actually try ten hours. And if they do it, they can see a modest reduction in body weight. I won't say you lose ten pounds in ten days. But that wet class once it becomes a habit. People actually stared off that extra weight because many of us we know that we can try something loose somewhere and then we get back within a few weeks. So this doesn't happen because your body gets used to it. And you also get used to this eating pattern. And they also felt more energetic during the day and slept better at night. The bedtime hunger also went down. And it makes sense that when you are looking at self reporting versus actually having people track, there would be a difference. I don't have seen some of that too, even just the number of times per day people think they eat versus the number of times per day. There's actually a caloric event. It's a big difference. But I think the really fascinating part about this, and from what you're saying, we're seeing this actually play out in humans now as well, not just my studies, is that it's not a diet. They're not restricting any foods. They're not restricting calories even necessarily. You are actually feeding them high carb and high fat, which is the one that tends to put on the most weight in lab studies. And the mice still saw those changes. And so I think learning to understand not just what we eat, but when we eat, might be a really powerful tool. So it sounds like in humans have you pinpointed you said ten hours is more sustainable, but 8 hours has probably a bigger effect. Yeah. So we do say that people have now published four hours, 6 hours, ten hours, 8 hours. Even 12 hours, 12 hours didn't do much good. But maybe if you have people have lost with consistent listing to 12 hours and two or three meals, maybe they will improve. But the bottom line, what we find is 8 hours to ten hours. If you target for 8 hours, then people still end up at ten hours sitting window. There are nearly hundred different studies going on around the world on time restricted eating. And on our platform, my circadian clock currently, there are at least a dozen different studies going on. But I can tell you a little bit about what are the studies that have been completed and published. So there is one study where we took patients who have metabolic syndrome. So that means they had slightly higher blood glucose. They had excess body fat or obese over wet obese. At high cholesterol, high triglyceride blood pressure. So any three out of these 5 criteria were meeting. And the reason is, if you look around, if your kid is going to high school, I bet that by the time our kids graduate from high school, a lot of us already are meeting one, two, or even three criteria for metabolic syndrome. So almost all families who have a kid in high school. I would have bet that at least one parent has. One metabolic state, that's not ideal. Over.

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"metabolic syndrome" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

08:41 min | 2 months ago

"metabolic syndrome" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

"Before. He's a professor at the salk institute in California. In his lab studies specifically how circadian rhythm in metabolism is an integral part of metabolic health and longevity. In his preclinical animal models, he discovered that consuming all calories within a consistent 8 ish to 12 hour window, which is called time restricted feeding, can sustain daily rhythms in anabolic and catabolic metabolism. And the reason that's important is that that regulation of metabolism can prevent or even their finding reverse chronic diseases and increase lifespan without reduction in actual calories just a reduction in the eating window. He's also the developer of an app called mice circadian clock, which we talk about in this episode as a tool to figure out your own eating window and kind of map your own patterns and it has some logic built in that really helps with that. But he goes through some key takeaways as far as how levers like light, food, and movement can really influence your circadian clock to a pretty extreme degree. In fact, in the mice studies, they found that when mice ate within a shorter window, they had a 28% lower body mass and a 70% lower fat mass without actually consuming fewer calories. They also had more energy and more coordination. This is important because this is not the same as fasting. You're not actually depriving your body of calories or nutrients, you're just typically eating in the sweet spot seems to be an 8 hour window. So we go deep on that topic. We talk about light signaling and the best way to integrate your light patterns and use light to your advantage. And then when it comes to food, the things that start the circadian clock when it comes to food and stop it and some solid reasons why you might want to stop eating a few hours before bedtime. Even as much as four or 5 hours, especially if you're trying to lose weight or reverse factors of metabolic syndrome. He gives a whole lot of practical tips in this episode. It was such an honor to talk to him. I was already familiar with his work with this episode, was a very concise and practical summary of so much of his research with a lot of actionable tools and he goes into the data of just how impactful they can be. So I know that you will learn a lot from this episode. I certainly did. And without further ado, let's join doctor Sachin panda. Doctor satchin fanda, welcome to the podcast. I'm glad to be here. I'm very excited to get to talk to you. I've followed your work for a long time. And I'm so excited to get to go deeper on some of these topics with you today. I know your work touches on many different areas. I think to give context for people listening, who may not be familiar with some parts of it, I'd love to start broad. So can you walk us through kind of the general idea of circadian clocks and why they're so important? Yeah, so circadian clocks literally means near 24 hours clock. And to make it very simple, these are the programs that are inbuilt in our body to keep us healthy in every hour of the 24 hours day. So that means these circadian clocks, they anticipate when you're supposed to wake up and when you wake up, they prepare your body. The anticipate when you're supposed to eat breakfast and keep your body prepared to digest in a similar nutrient. Similarly, they also have optimum timing for your exercise, per sleep, or winding down, almost every hormone, every brain chemical, every digestive juice in your gut, even the gut microbiome, and every single gene is programmed to turn on and off at different time of the day. To keep us fit, physically, intellectually, and emotionally in every hour of the day. Because we know that we are not the same person between the middle of the day and middle of the night. We need different emotional state, intellectual standard, physical state, a different type. And that's the job of the circadian clock. To prepare a body brain and mind for different tasks at different time of the day. And another term I would just like to define now that I think might be a new one for some people listening and I might butcher the pronunciation because I've only read it, the suprachiasmatic nucleus, I don't know if I said that right, but can you explain what that is and how it comes into play? Yeah, so the way our internal clock is organized is just like there is an atomic clock that keeps track of all the clocks in the world, similarly, there is a master clock that sits at the base of our brain. And this is a very tiny part of the brain. It's only the size of a pin head. You can say, and this sits right above the optic chiasma. So many of you might know that you're right, I sense infamous onto your left brain and let I sense infamous into the right bed. And the way that happens is the wearing from the eyes, couscous at the base of the bread. So that's why it's called the part of the brain that sits above the optic chiasma is called suprachiasmatic nucleus. And scientists actually came across it kind of accidentally because in 70s, when they were trying to look at what is this clock, some scientists accidentally dam as this part of the brain in some rats. And the found that when this very tiny part of the brain is damaged, then the rats could not go to sleep and wake up at the predetermined time. There are some light acting, the slip during the daytime. And when the SCM was dam as they would sleep, for one or two hours, wake up and again sleep for one or two hours. So that's people figured out that this part of the brain is super important. And later on, what we are finding is many patients who have dementia, Alzheimer's disease, and we know that those who are taking care of your aging parents who have dementia or their disease, they know that these patients don't have a regular sleep cycle. And there, in those patients, the suprachiasmatic nucleus is also damaged. So that's how we know that this part of the brain is very important for keeping timing tip giving the master timing. But over the last 20 years, we have also learned that every cell in our body has its own clock just like I told you there is an atomic clock, but at the same time, we need clocks in our houses. You might need a clock in your kitchen. The clock and your living room and some people even have talks in the bathroom and bedroom, everywhere. So similarly, every cell in our body has its own clock in addition to this master book. And so understanding this master's circadian clock a little bit better, it seems like there are a lot of things that can influence that clock and also because of that we can use a lot of these tools to our advantage. And I know a lot of your work centers around some of these things. But can you walk us through some of the factors that influence that circadian clock the most? Yeah, so those of you who have lived in northern latitude you know that between winter and summer the day length changes and our sleep pattern also slightly changes. And if you're living in the wild, of course, now no one is living in the wild, but our ancestors lived in fact out of our 200,000 years of history on this planet. Only in the last 150 years. We have electricity. But before that, our bodies designed to track when the day breaks and when day ends. And the way this master clock is designed to do that is there are special light sensors in our eye. These light sensors are not required to see to rate The New York Times headline or data book. But these slides are just sense how much blue light is there. And then they send that information to the master clock saying whether it's day or night. And why blue light because sunlight is the richest source of blue light. And that's why we are designed to track when sun comes up and when sun goes down. So now, the question is, how much of light is good for in training or synchronizing brain clock a body clock to the outside world? And almost 20 years ago, we and two other labs were discovered that this blue light sensor is not that sensitive to light, like.

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"metabolic syndrome" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

03:49 min | 2 months ago

"metabolic syndrome" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

"Makes up 75 to 80% of our skin. This is a big part of a skin health arsenal. And I learned the beautiful skin starts from the inside out. It's actually much less about the products we put on our skin and more about the products we put in our body. This my size collagen supplement is super absorbable to allow maximum support for hair skin and nails. Like I said, some types of.

"metabolic syndrome" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

Marathon Training Academy

05:49 min | 4 months ago

"metabolic syndrome" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

"Exclusion of that or women are only included in the low hormone phase, matter of fact, I read a peer review paper where they said that out of the 36 participants three were women and they threw the data out because there wasn't enough to be able to discern what the differences were because of the parent sex differences. And I was like, did you one, not recruit hard enough or to not even consider taking that data and putting it into a case study in your report? I mean, this is 2022. So that stuff is still happening. So then when we get to perimenopause, it becomes even more complicated because we often see in research studies to cut off forward upper ages 40 because now people are like, hey, wait a second. Not only do we have menstrual cycle consider. Now we have these fluctuations in hormones or irregularities in the menstrual cycle where it's short or long or we see different bleeding patterns. And if you're not sick or sedentary, then forget about having research done for you. For the most part, unless you have someone that's an advocate and really wants to push for it. And then we see a lot of research in the postmenopause state because that's where with the flat line of hormones, we see an uptick in public burden diseases. So we see increased cardiovascular risk. We see metabolic syndrome. We see osteo critic issues and bone stress issues. We see sarcopenia. So all of these things that are drain on the healthcare system. So people are doing a lot of research into that. And especially in the sedentary and overweight obese population. So there's this whole big area of research, and there's all of us in there. They're like, hey, wait a second. So lucky thing is there are a few groups of people that are doing research in the active female population..

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"metabolic syndrome" Discussed on A Healthy Bite - ThatOrganicMom

A Healthy Bite - ThatOrganicMom

05:57 min | 9 months ago

"metabolic syndrome" Discussed on A Healthy Bite - ThatOrganicMom

"I like to like. Know what my family you know. How healthy are what's what's going on. And so i had this. And sometimes i would just check my family members blood sugar just because i wanted to know how they were doing so we had talked about with the vision and then we check your blood sugar and it was pretty high. Do you remember what it was that morning. Say one thirty something like thirty nine. I thought it was like one. Forty three ish. It was very high pretty high for first thing in the morning and the thing about it is. You're in pretty good shape. Wouldn't you agree. Would yeah so it was kind of a surprise. Don't you think were you a little surprised when your blood sugar was that high. That morning was and so when when we found that your blood sugar was at high. I remember directing you to an article. I had written a while back. Fourteen things that we do to avoid metabolic syndrome but we had been living separately for a couple of years. Whole nother podcast episode. But we'd been living apart while staying married and being together we were living in two separate apartments and so wasn't late right there for every meal. Every little thing that you which i still can't be because you're at work and i'm at home but you probably drank more energy drinks and then wine at night or whatever when we lived separately i feel like probably So after you read the article we talked about you eating more protein and less carbs and trying to because other factor about this. That always has tipped me off in your blood. Sugar was a little bit out of balance. Was that you always would say you know. I need to get something to eat. Sometimes you would be like. I really need to eat something and at work you would always say that. Everyone was always amazed at how you how frequently wait right like once an hour. Have something need some boilerplate or something. You must be nice to have such a fast metabolism. But you. I would send food with you and it always was quite a bit of food because thankfully you always eat. Whatever i make for dinner you take the leftovers with you for lunch the next day and you know you might have three or four items that you take with you and eat a little here and there. It's not like you're eating a full on meal every hour right now just graze all day long. Because if i went for more than an hour to without eating. I'd get dizzy and lightheaded and.

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"metabolic syndrome" Discussed on X96

X96

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"metabolic syndrome" Discussed on X96

"Or metabolic syndrome, it's not only that your blood sugar is elevated, but your good cholesterol is low. And your eight steals or high. Um, And if you have elevated blood pressure, so I had a woman who once had elevated blood pressure, and she's like, Well, I don't have any sense of like, well, but we should be testing. You write that. Having hypertension is concerning for having diabetes on gonna waist measurement over 35 inches goes along with that. So if any of those three are off Then. You should be talking to your doctor about more testing or your doctors to be talking to you about more testing for your nurse tradition, and it's probably you can probably a lot of cases Bring Your diabetes sort of under control and keep it at bay by changing lifestyle. On not and maybe not even have to have shots or things like that. Right? Right? Absolutely So, the whole point of the conversations really to try and catch it early, so you can reverse things on Ben. Sometimes people think they have toe Get your overweight and I have to lose the enormous amount of weight to start changing things. But that's not true. It's only like 5 to 10% start decreasing your wrist substantially. Excellent. Now, if you want to find out more about all of this, that nurse Nicole has been talking about. You can go to the website, right? What is it again? It's nightingale that CTU and those labs are listed, and the numbers will be lifted. So you can check out your labs when and see what it looks like. All right, Thank you very much. Nursing a cold Last Nightingale College. Thank you. Thank you very much diabetes, diabetes..

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The Problem of Gestational Diabetes With Dr. Elizabeth Boham

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

02:58 min | 1 year ago

The Problem of Gestational Diabetes With Dr. Elizabeth Boham

"We're gonna be talking about conditions pretty common This one hundred percent preventable. A hundred percent reversible that is managed often in very weird ways by traditional medicine and something that's called just station diabetes which is essentially diabetes of pregnancy. So liz tell us how common is this problem. And why should we even care. Be worried about it. Yeah well thanks mark. thanks for having me. It's great to be on with you again and It's really common actually say up to ten percent of women have diabetes which means their blood. Sugar is too high during pregnancy and as a result. What happens when their blood sugar too high during pregnancy is the babies grow too big right so they will get. They will get over weight when they're born so they can grow big. Those offspring often have increased risk of insulin resistance and diabetes and waking when they're adults so when women have just diabetes during their pregnancy. It makes it harder for that baby to maintain healthy weight. When they're an adult so it's trans-generational absolutely not only. Is it dangerous for the baby. During that pregnancy they have a higher rate of of problems with birth. They've increased rate of c-section but their metabolism is damaged. So they have a harder. Time with maintaining normal weight as an adult. They have an increased risk of obesity. They have an increased risk of insulin. Resistance and For that mother to if they had just stations diabetes they have a much higher rates of diabetes post pregnancy. Both type one and type two which is interesting. So they also have a higher rate of cardiovascular disease. they say that a third will develop metabolic syndrome when the within the next five years. So you know it's it is definitely a risk so if if you were told during your pregnancy that you had just diabetes or you you're at risk for just station diabetes. It's important that you are paying attention to your blood sugar to your insulin level to that waist to hip ratio postpartum. Because because you don't want you wanna be be picking this up early. 'cause it's really much easier to reverse if you pick it up early. Imposed ten percent of women who have pregnancies have this problem which is a lot At but when you think about the fact that one and two americans has prediabetes or type two diabetes. You know that's pretty significant. And the question i am is if ten percent have actual just diabetes which means your blood sugar is over a hundred forty after a glucose tolerance test one hundred. Twenty six fasting. How many have prediabetes. Who are pregnant. Yeah because it might be the same ratio as with regular dhabi might be like ten percent and another forty percent of the population might have prediabetes pregnant and that also comes with risks.

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Take back your sexuality at midlife With Dr. Becky Lynn MD

Women's Health By Heather Hirsch

06:01 min | 1 year ago

Take back your sexuality at midlife With Dr. Becky Lynn MD

"All right, guys, welcome back to the show today. I'm really really thrilled. I have doctor Becky Lynn with me. She is the CEO and founder of avory women's health and she's also an adjunct associate professor of Ob-Gyn at Saint Louis University in st. Louis. And today we are talking just kind of having a conversation surrounding midlife took a pass libido and sex what more fun could we have the most fun? So welcome to the show and tell me a little bit about yourself your background and how you got interested in particularly midlife Women's Health. Yeah. So I'm an OBGYN and I sort of knew that I wanted to go into women's healthy before I went to medical school. I did some research in women's health and I loved it, but I went into medical school with an open mind who knows what I'm going to like and ultimately came out the other end wanting to do women's home. And then within OBGYN, you know, I practiced after I finished my residency. I practiced just did routine. Oh be normal, you know GYN stuff for six years and then I ended up finding my niche in sexual medicine and menopause and it's sort of fell into my lap because I'm not afraid to talk about it, especially the sexual aspect, you know, people would come back and ask me questions and I you know, I sort of realized the importance of it and how it was something that a lot of providers either don't feel comfortable discussing or the patients don't feel comfortable discussing but it's a really big important part of a woman's life sexuality. And so it was easy for me to talk about it. I found the time, you know, I took the time at that point to find out which the international Society for the study of women's sexual health, and that's where I really got all of my training in sexual medicine because you don't learn much about it in residency. And so you really dead Fortunately, hopefully that's changing but unfortunately have to go get that information on your own and then I brought that information back to my practice and I could really help my patients. And as far as menopause go, you know, we were saying before we started recording how much sexual issues and women overlap with menopausal problems. Not always twenty-year-olds can have problems with sexuality and 35 year olds and thirty year olds, but at the menopause when your hormones are changing or your you know, you lose your estrogen or testosterone is low that can really really affect sexuality not just Iraq but also lead to painful sex and orgasm difficulties. So they sort of naturally came together for my practice and I feel really strongly about treating these issues and educating women were advocating for women in the space. Yeah. How do you find success in having these conversations with your patients? Do you at this place? They probably know you as the doctor who knows a lot about this but starting out. How did you find success in in Breaking that Gap in midlife care? I think if that I I mean, I think that I'm sort of naturally non-judgmental and easy to talk to and I and I I I say thank you to my mother because my mom has the same way and I think she taught me to live life and and not make people feel bad about the issues that they're having. I tell her all the time. I am who I am cuz her but that I just I feel and I don't think there's any like special truck. It's just and that's probably part of the reason I went into being a physician because I feel that way. So I really, you know, I set up an easy environment for women to talk about because both sexuality and not as you know, menopause are some huge changes in a woman's life, but women don't learn about that, right we talk all about puberty. We talk about don't get pregnant. Don't get STDs, but we don't tell you that, you know dead. Painful sex is going to happen a couple of years after your period stop. So and it's embarrassing. It's very embarrassing sometimes for women to bring up and one thing that I notice and I've heard a couple of times in my practice is I will come in and they're like, oh my gosh, you know sex is painful. I have terrible vaginal dryness. My partner thinks I don't like him anymore and the woman's like that's not the issue. I don't know why it's dry, but they had no idea it had anything to do with the menopause because it happens mostly a couple of years after and so they're terrified and and so it's you know, it's really important to make sure that women know off of the changes that happened during the menopause. I know I certainly couldn't agree with you more listening is such a such a value and I find that patients find it very rare these days off we're doctors to be able to take the time to listen, it's funny when you do what are some of the most common scenarios are common complaints that you here pretty commonly. I know you were touching on them off. So I would say that the two most common issues. Well three now three most common issues that I see are low libido. Painful sex and weight gain, which goes along with the menopause? Yeah. That's just I guess I would lump weight gain with the whole constellation of menopausal symptoms. So hot flashes night sweats mood swings brain fog joint aches painful sex low libido. Like there's a whole constellation of those that go together. In fact, I talked to somebody this morning who she just didn't know where to turn because she just you know could name the list of all the things that were going on. So, I think that whole, you know sort of I want to say metabolic syndrome that doesn't sound very good but you know like that whole constellation of symptoms and then also painful sex and low libido. This would probably be my top three. Yeah. Well, let's jump into bed at treating painful sex. So in my brain and I would love to

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New Schizophrenia Guidelines

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

03:44 min | 1 year ago

New Schizophrenia Guidelines

"Lot has changed since 2004 when the APA the last road practice guidelines on schizophrenia this September and twenty-twenty. They updated those guidelines and here's a few of the key changes. There's less emphasis on divorce pushing between the conventional or first generation antipsychotics and the second generation or a typical perhaps because the Katy Trail put an end to the notion that the newer ones are better tolerate or the older ones are more effective, but the guidelines do Place greater emphasis on clozapine. They recommend clozapine after a patient has failed to respond to two trials of a guy psychotics and they Define failure of response meaning less than a 20% response and unlike the 2004 guidelines. They don't require that one of those trucks. Else be with the first-generation antipsychotic. They also recommend clozapine first line for a number of patients, which when you think of it is a lot of people with schizophrenia, those are people with suicidality problematic aggression and potentially with tardive dyskinesia. That doesn't respond to other options. The guidelines do go into great detail on how to treat side effects to antipsychotics. They list metformin as first-line for weight gain and metabolic syndrome and they list the vmat2 Inhibitors two of which are like ft approved and one of which are not all is first line for tardive dyskinesia. That's one area where I might differ from the guidelines they seem to emphasize these FDA-approved treatments, which actually have a fairly poor number needed to treat and not-so-great tolerability and are extremely expensive at $80,000 a year and they give real short shrift wage. Other options for tardive dyskinesia things like ginkgo biloba extract Keppra and amantadine which were actually given more emphasis in the neurology guidelines wage in several places. The guidelines give Credence to the idea of checking blood levels on antipsychotics to see if the patient is actually taking them a lot of authors of advocated for this and the fact here is that you just don't know if the patient is taking it even though the blood levels of most antipsychotics don't correlate with any therapeutic level except for clozapine where the therapeutic effects are greater above blood levels of 350. It's still useful to check them before moving to clozapine because you don't know if the patient even took the medication that you gave them too often. They don't and perhaps the biggest and most welcome change here is the emphasis on psychosocial therapies while they were recommended in a more generic form in 2004 here they recognized A whole host of specific psychosocial programs for people with schizophrenia so they can get their lives back. Here's one that was striking to me. They recommend that all first episode page be treated and something called a coordinated Specialty Care Program. These are things that have been researched since 2004 and shown to improve outcomes. They are team based programs incorporate both medications along with education resiliency training family therapy and vocational rehab sounds like a full pallet of what people need when they're going through them first episode too bad. These programs are hard to find but they're starting to Institute the more public Mental Health Centers and some academic centers have them but helpfully the guidelines do give you a reference to free resources where you can train your staff to start one locally

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"metabolic syndrome" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"metabolic syndrome" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Onto the president's desk. He was telling Laura Ingraham the other night, he said. We had somebody get on a plane from a certain city this weekend and in the plane. It was almost completely loaded with thugs wearing these dark uniforms, black uniforms with gear and this and that And he claimed that it was under investigation. Laura Ingraham asked him for more information about the flies is I'll tell you sometime. But apparently the story is one that's been around for about three months. It's been on the Internet. Floating around in read it in places like that fortune. And You just go. What? Wow, this actually made it. So I guess people can be duped by this stuff. I find it Amazing that people buy into some of these stories because they're so wacko. Although the Kim Jong UN story is flirting with With the Sarah Bach Huckabee. Sanders is truly true. True true. She said. So, um Dr Marquis. Cox, usually about the virus, but he also addressed this whole thing about conspiracy theories are going around about the virus. Well, that's right in, you know, Conspiracy theorists have postulated that this shows that other comb or abilities have accounted for the cause of death. But when we doctors fill out a death certificate, we have to list the primary underlying cause of death. And covert. 19 was listed for the vast majority of those cases. And it only means that in about 6% of cases there was not another primary cause of death. And itjust supports the theory that if you're young and healthy, it's very hard for this virus to really hurt you. Yeah, but a lot of people had some collars yesterday. Well, I don't know. I mean, you know, are there were something like 6% of people who died. They had no other physical ailments. None. Just they got covert 19, and that got him. But you usually like they've said from the get Go, it is. There's usually some co morbidity. Obesity, heart disease, lung disease. I mean, go down the list. So they mark the ball down, saying, Yeah, this is this is what got you. Marky says no one under fire under 50 has died from Cove ID. That had no preexisting conditions. I've asked doctors and hospital leaders across the country since the beginning of this pandemic. Have you ever seen somebody under age 50 die from covert 19 with no underlying medical conditions, And the answer so far has been no. Now I know there are probably a few, but they're rare events and what we're learning from the data and from the CDC report last Thursday. Is that in about 90, plus percent of cases, there's at least one of the conditions of the so called metabolic syndrome. That's diabetes, obesity or hypertension. That is the fundamental problem. That is our battle. That is the reason that are correct. Per capita death rates are so high in the United States compared to other countries. We have higher rates of those metabolic syndrome components. Yeah. Americans are fatter than the rest of the world, apparently and have heart problems. And have high blood pressure all ties in together. So, Dr Marquis The numbers. Are flaring up in Europe, but they seem to be settling and going down ever so slightly here in the U. S. Can you explain? Well, I think people are getting religion on the importance of taking precautions. People know of somebody a loved one or a friend That's had that terrible feeling of having trouble breathing, not being able to breathe. Is one of the worst feelings patients have ever described to me, and I think we're seeing people get religion take precautions, and it does work. We doctors are also getting better trace between less aggressive ventilator management, anti coagulation rendez severe Dex Amethyst zone and now convalescent plasma, which does have a clear cut survival benefit. We're seeing our death rate go down about 50% or more, And I think Therapeutics right now are on a race to beat out vaccines that I think therapeutics. They're going to come before a vaccine and bridges to a vaccine. Getting that death rate in the case fatality rate below that of seasonal flu, hopefully Yeah. Therapeutics are fine for me. I don't care. I don't need a vaccine. But if I get over 19, and you've got something that will make me better, I'm good. I don't want to. I don't want to sit in a hospital for a couple of weeks. So there is ah Big headline today. About the fact that there is going to be a vaccine by November, 1st. Well, that's 62 days from now. And Dr Robert Redfield, who I I'm sorry. I've been Not thrilled. Hey, just seems like a government bureaucrat guy. But he's a director of the CDC. These just seems kind of moat is slow rate. Well, we'll get around to that. Well. Last week, he sent out a letter to the nation's governors with an urgent request. At the city's He wants to do everything in their power to eliminate hurdles. Or vaccine distribution sites to be fully operational by November, 1st. This letter was dated August 27th. McClatchy was the group. They got a hold of this letter asked governors to fast track permits and licenses for new distribution sites. The normal time required to obtain these permits presents a significant barrier to the success of this urgent public health program. So I mean, we got.

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The Kidneys Connection to Our Emotions

Green Wisdom Health Podcast by Dr. Stephen and Janet Lewis

09:48 min | 2 years ago

The Kidneys Connection to Our Emotions

"Today. We're going to go off on a different subject here about kidneys. You guys haven't heard us discuss kidneys very much in the past episodes but we thought with everyone being a little bit on the fearful angry side we would address kidneys because they very much have to do with those emotions. So the name of this show today is called the kidneys connection to our emotions. And we're going to tell you a little bit about what to look for when you might suspect it your kidneys what you can take to help. Get them better and we also have a question at the end that we're going to answer. So Dr Lewis. Could you tell us why you have chosen to discuss the kidney connection today on our podcast? Well Yeah I'd love to. I chose to do this because Janet wanted to. That's right that is true. You know I think the main thing is is because the throughout this Kobe stuff that I think is you know crock. Crap but You know we. We've been told things so long so loud. You know you can tell a lie long enough and loud enough people begin to believe it and so saying stay safe Co home. Stay home be safe in. Its implying that US people like me. That think it's a crock that get out or sinful and where. The enemy were being brainwashed. Folks you've got to think past that and I'm absolutely amazed at the people that choose. It's a choice. They choose to cower down in fear and and we've noticed that people are more agitated more irritated and that's me because I can't believe that idiocy that's going on like trying to get into home depot and his lap. Geez there's one hundred and fifty feet between everybody but you're worried about how many people walking in the store and one of the reasons that we as a society besides the mental spiritual they're throwing at us is because we're eating incorrectly. We're drinking to excess with when it talks when you talk about alcohol. Excessive to me is very little but Done tight much and we get irritated because we're putting our her kidneys under stress. One of the worst things you can do is have high blood pressure that you don't take care of either medically or naturally or both because at high blood pressure can really calls all kinds of problems with the kidney so please please please take care your kidneys. It it's incredible is super important but kidneys are their damaged from all sorts of things like certain drugs are really really tough on the kidneys and you have to watch that and you know. Have your doctor that puts you on the medications to monitor that but heavy metals our society full of heavy metals. It's full of solvents. It's of a chemotherapy. Does that Different Benham's snake insect spider and I went through a lot of that after God only knows how many Brown recluse spider about gotten and it will wreak havoc on your kid. He's poisonous mushrooms. I don't know anything about that because I don't experiment with those mushrooms that grow on cow patties like some people. I know Do it because it's a psychedelic psychogenic psychotic or something Pesticides and we know we've got pesticides all over the. It's really really really common in our food. Which is a sad thing and herbicides and people say but I'm not around our besides York Janet. I was coming to work two days ago. And there's the Texas highway department spraying herbicides. Oh Good God but you know us a goat to eat but we have done that to ourselves with the poisons in our society and renal failure and not even failure but when you put your kidneys in stress it can add to things like congestive heart failure diabetes or diabetes slash Metabolic Syndrome. Can put pressure on your kidneys. It can go both ways and lock said before the chronic hypertension a bad thing liver disease liberal ever you got. The liber is like a woman. The Lib rain happy. Ain't nobody happy. And then you have diseases. The autoimmune diseases like Lupus and sickle cell. Things like that There are people that have genetic tendencies the have issues with Kidneys like poly cystic. Disease and kidneys. Are They Tennessee to have mineral accumulations that she usually calcium? And we see that into your analysis. It'll say crystals calcium oxalate. Now you know. We can't make any claims about supplements but if you're having calcium oxalate stones that usually means you have a lack of magnesium or potassium to offset because we get minerals that out of balance. And that's the problem with our society mentally and physically because we get out of balance we forget to laugh. We forget to you know have a good time and I just love people that come in here and I'll go hug their neck and watch them freak out or I'll shake their hand and it's like you know we've been doing this for tens of thousands of years and it's not an issue in. Don't you enjoy the HUG and s? You're actually I do I. I like the way you social distance dot because I don't social distance. That's one of the things we're missing. Now is the social interaction. That is way way more important than any other thing now again. I I said disappear. Podcast AGO that they're scripture somewhere to Bible. I forget probably proverbs but is a wiseman foresees danger and takes precautions K. And I think that's a smart thing to do but the Bible also says in Titus very plainly. God didn't give you a spirit of fear so quick fear crap You talk about stones oxalate downs in nineteen seventy four when you say stoned rattling talking about oxalate stones. The ones that are GONNA be urine. Just what would those manifest in normal? Layman's terms that someone might understand that. They may have a kidney problem. Kidney Stones you know very sharp pain in the back and you know This is because one sweetheart of a sweetheart patients or no the different parts of magnesium and we're getting people that say well. I have this symptom and they want me to diagnose Office set a symptoms everytime time Janet. I give a list I say. Be careful though because these same symptoms can go with a different organ. Be careful how you diagnose off of just symptoms but one of the things That you can bet your bottom dollar as you're deficient in magnesium so I had this sweetheart patients they can you explain the different types of magnesium. I'm saying that because there's plenty of research says if you take magnesium it buffers The bad side effects of calcium or calcium oxalate stones that that's research that and it says be six. Pp and potassium so let's talk about. Magnesium purchased a little while because magnesium can take the anxiety irritability that we are feeling and. I think is obvious in my voice. It's like oh good. God quit despair crap but if you take magnesium there's actually research says magnesium if it's the right form can work even better. I'll stress anxiety. Depression era ability and anger than many many many drugs and again we can't make claims that but the research says it so let's talk just briefly about the different types of magnesium if you poop once a day or less unietd magnesium citrate now. We have that for people. They say about once as normal permissiveness common. But it's not normal. He got three trains in three trains. Out Is Janet says about three meals and three meals out so citrate because it was bound citric acid. And that's a pretty large molecule. And that's why you don't get enough in a multi vitamin or multi-mineral. Because it's a large molecule. Takes up too much. Real Estate It's a mild laxative. And so it's it's a great choice. Then you've got magnesium oxide folks it. They're putting oxide in your multi-donor multi-mineral throw it away. Because that's the cheap crap that yes it works as a laxative. But you don't really absorb it where you can absorb more the cows of magnesium citrate then you got the magnesium glassy night and it's a pretty gentle form that's what I'd generally suggest for people that have hypertension It slower going through the system. It absorbs a little bit less water. So you end up. Absorbing more of it It glasses night. Actually it's Connected to an Amino. Acid glossing blessing is incredibly incredibly incredibly important amino acid to help form neurotransmitters and calms your nerves.

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"metabolic syndrome" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"metabolic syndrome" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Is great for high blood pressure and diabetes in people with metabolic general metabolic syndrome usually you have a big belly usually your cholesterol is going up unless you're on medication usually your triglycerides going up you don't know about your your your cash and Anya is going up and you probably a fatty liver to fatty liver because of liver cancer you don't know if you've got a big belly and you're pressuring sugar going up you're also developing fatty liver as part of its part process you just don't know because you doctor didn't look for it yet because it's not commonly check for but you your cash is also gonna show people what metabolic general generally do all the way and a sugar is going up and the blood pressure is going up and if they weren't on a Staten road to close what would be going up to grape seed is unbelievable for those people powerful safety note overweight people with high blood pressure there's like thirty studies done it lowers the blood pressure significantly that's important that's that's important by the way people of ask me about their ace inhibitors and ARBS because not only am I a nutritionist but emotional forms I have been studying pharmacy since nineteen seventy four I think I know what I'm talking about the arch an ace inhibitors do not make the corona virus more dangerous there's research showing this now it's safe to stay in your arms in Eurasian Hitler's like losartan in fact is a tiny bit of evidence that they might be protective people call me up and said Hey listen I'm gonna I'm gonna print evil or Amman Bennett Karamanlis shorten I you know I'm afraid I'm hearing all this stuff I've read the research there's been three studies on it now there's no additional danger by being on those drugs however getting your blood pressure down is a good idea the blood pressure killing illustrate your brain will store your your heart it can destroy along a little discreet kidneys and increases the risk of cancer but away that's something people don't know about high blood pressure increases risk for cancer for various reasons there is it's not a huge cause of cancer but there is an increased risk of cancer with high blood pressure yes mechanistic reasons why they're not going to go into right now but great should that's probably we should cover that in a different show what should get your blood pressure under control grape seed extract helps get your blood pressure under control are a great source for research is university California Davis on university California San Diego they did a bunch of studies together and they found that when they gave all the way people great she'd really lowered their blood pressure like to top forget twelve points the bottom figure eight points that's huge that bottom figure when it celebrated is really bad for your heart could you the bottom figures won hearts re filling with blood it's in between beach don't forget your heart is pumping eighty times per minute propped up bottom figures high there's a lot of stress and strain on the whole it's not getting rest that really brings into account damage to the heart damage to blood vessels and and she broke Lauren at bottom figure seven raid points in three different studies by the same people that's powerful research yeah grape seed is in Oviedo it's been proven to lower blood sugar in human clinical trials the San Valentino vascular screening project looks at people with obesity and diabetes in elderly people with high blood pressure that's all the new battery it's all in here Barry Lee people for Barry Italy will tell you it's the most beautiful city in Italy and of course there's no bias there okay is more beautiful than Roman Venice and Florence have you ever been Roman Venice and Florence Welch down mainly beautiful Rome may be the most interesting city on planet earth but anyway let's get back to grape seed in people with a big belly or people with diabetes lowers their blood pressure but it also lowers your blood sugar it increases your your insulin sensitivity your insulin's working better and it lowers your blood sugar after a meal but if you take it before meals you absorb moisture you know sugar suppresses your immune system if you.

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"metabolic syndrome" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"metabolic syndrome" Discussed on WJR 760

"Haven't been probably diagnosed at Tom point how many people don't know they have type two diabetes metabolic syndrome probably tens of millions well and then you you you fall in hypertension yep how many how many millions of Americans does that include and I think that goes back to the minds of the psychology that plays on this all week we you mentioned earlier about people voluntarily the private sector with employers and individuals voluntarily staying home being you know as cautious as they can be because I think we all look at this and there are so many unknowns it drives us to be maybe overly cautious but we can't say overly cautious just yet you look at the numbers all right the overwhelming majority will not have a serious illness as a result of this are serious effects of this but the fact is is that what plays out in people's minds is how will I know you had a number of younger people people in their in their thirties and in their twenties where the cases were getting bad now again you and I talked about that okay are there behavioral issues there are they smokers are they drinkers I mean we've seen that alcohol consumption in recent years has gone way up I mean end especially with that age group does that play into it well of course it does your body cannot fight what he needs to fight if if you were doing something every day or at least multiple times a week it's damaging your body well our younger people if they're vaping more right it's a question not a statement right if younger people are vaping a lot they may not be smoking but they're vaping and they know that can irritate your lungs do you become more vulnerable these are all tests that will be going on for the day probably what they have until we're dead and gone yeah examining this virus in eggs you know exactly what an underlying condition might be that might not be medical that might be behavioral sure right and we just don't know mmhm eight six six ninety right I with.

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Possible Symptoms of Autoimmune Disease

Green Wisdom Health Podcast by Dr. Stephen and Janet Lewis

09:38 min | 2 years ago

Possible Symptoms of Autoimmune Disease

"Today show is called possible symptoms of autoimmune disease based on the rest of our show from last week about thyroid problem. So we're going speak a little bit about thyroid. Problems turning into autoimmune things. We're also going to talk about some other auto immune issues and the possible signs and symptoms that you're headed towards auto immune disease so with that getting started. We've got a ton of questions at the end again. Thank you so much for writing in to us in giving this those world. Try our best. Well Dr Elissalde tries best to answer them and We'll see if we can inform you and get you a little more educated because you guys out there learning so much coming back in quoting as things we've taught you and we're just so proud of our students here so Dr Lewis. Can you tell us a little bit about auto immune issues and why? They are so prevalent in this day and time it seems everyone has won a Can ramble on that for quite a while. You know one of the things. I'd like to say though. Yes you've learned a lot but it's not what you know it's what you do. What you do is by far more important. I'd rather have a not very well educated patient that just follows instructions because they always get better results Speaking of that and I'll let you get back to that. You're talking about a patient patients. They get good results. Do and what you do. We had a lady that came in for You know we run low cost lab work here for those people that don't know what we do and then in in about three months we run it again just to see how things are coming along and what. We change with the products Our last patient of the evening walked in our store last night and I said your lab results just came back and I just need to compare them again she. She had run her lab. I think it was about four months ago. I lab looked pretty high risk of heart attack and a whole bunch of other flags on the lab and really scared her pretty pretty bad and she was so diligent in keeping up with the program we gave her. I mean you saw like clockwork. She never ran out of any of the products she never said. Hey how about I take one of these off and just get these few. She did everything we told her to do and When I showed her lab last night just briefly I said Oh by the way your chance of heart attack and stroke. That was currently high is now in the in the low range non-existent All your digestive issues are are are corrected. All the flags that were on. There were totally God. Immune system was way better and she started crying and I said I did. I do something wrong. And she said no she said I needed to hear this so bad she said I cannot believe that in a few short months that you have totally reversed all of this. She said I had another functional medicine. Doctor that I was with for over a year and he tried and tried to get my heart risk down and he could never do it and I said well you know it wasn't us that was doing it. Yes it was our knowledge but it was her participation at it like Dr Lewis said. She totally trusted what we told her to do. And she did the work and That it made me cry. We were all up there all crime for different reasons so I just wanted to pass that along. You're absolutely right. Yeah and and you know the other functional medicine doctors very good very competent but You know they're also playing with hormone replacement therapy and I'll tell people wanna see you know. Go to your MD or do for that if you want that. And there's a caveat for everything There's there's certain risk no matter what you do so you know. I I tell people all the time. This is not Alternative to good medical care but it's certainly very very complimentary so out on the end diseases you know. Some people just bigger. Oh well if I just removed this. Everything goes away your part of the plan. Some some people's College for four hours and you got to remove the toxins that organisms or the harmful foods There's essential oils. That can actually help with that. To help. Kill some of the noxious bacteria in the In Gums and down in the GI track. We use some of those Cappella ACID oversee Help fight yeast and most of us have too much of that going on. The reason is is because we have a society that has The farmers have been compensated for growing corn and soybean and then they're genetically modified. That's not necessarily a good thing. Then then we have food. That has Antibiotics in it sometimes growth hormones the antibiotics and our food and just the pesticides can just cause all kinds of problems with the microbiome of the Gut. Which that's Worthy Immune System Resides for the most part so remove the toxins or organisms. Found out. You know what it is. There's it's usually just dairy wheat. Excuse me I keep having this bronco stuff. But it's not nearly as bad as used to be Darrien weights. The top two chocolate comes in usually third-place which bothers me a lot but the dark chocolates. Not Nearly as offensive coffees and Eric can be nut served. Citrus fruits outs and people. So but you doc you talk about going gluten free. Oats don't have gluten in it. Well what if it's grown in the field where they used to grow wheat so gluten can be a big problem and it depends on the condition for you know for example? Migraines it's usually wait seventy eight percent of the time then in oranges and eggs come in second and third but for Coladas or IBS. It's dairy wheat. Chocolate coffee is different things but dairy and I'm not against dairy if it's raw milk and still has a good bacteria in it but going gluten free is is made a big difference for many people. But you know depending on the conditions if you have psoriasis. The first thing I would suspect is a nightshade sensitivity. Pepper cloves nutmeg Sometimes the nuts can't do that sometimes artificial flavorings. There's so many possibilities. That is hard to figure this out so you know that's why I tell people yet. Try the most common ones but more importantly Let's go to reoccupy the guts with the good bacteria. That's very very important. But that's not even going to work unless you replace the digestive enzymes because digestive enzymes have an immune boosting effect. That's actually it maximizes itself. When the blood is alkaline is but that's kind of an over-simplification isn't it? True you know the auto immune things haven't hasn't there been a rise in it that there's a lot of people getting it Has Something to do with losing some of the bacteria in the colon. That should be there. That's not anymore. I think it's worse than it was five or ten years ago. Or maybe God just sends us more people because we're a little bit more intelligent or better educated Than we used to be so yes. I think in common but at least more and more people with autoimmune thanks for coming to us in Macau partner. I'll tell ya I don't trade it unless it's connected to the musculoskeletal system but you know if the cells are going bad you've got metabolic syndrome or diabetes or whatever it it's adversely affecting those sales it's adversely affecting the sales that Come at well the muscles and the skeletal system so it it if you fix when you fix the other. The main thing is use the power in the body to do that and so yeah. I think it's the lack of bacteria and I take several different types of products. I think it's very important and I've said this for years. That people have over sanitized the biggest Ingredient in the hand sanitizer paranoia. I don't do that and there's nothing wrong with good bacteria that come out of the soil. I don't wash the Heck Outta my organic carrots. You know rent some. There's studies kids that have dogs and cats have greatly reduced allergies because their body has been exposed to and and their good bacteria in the soil. Unless the crops or ground on conventionally farmed You know because it has the N. p. k. and has the glyphosate etcetera go to your local organic farmer. I promise you it's worth a little bit of bonus that they charge extra for that sometimes. It doesn't even cost extra but it's really worth it. Well in old days didn't a lot of the people eat. Dr Like you know during the time of hippocrates at all that didn't they actually eat dard I mean I know a and now we have you know bat dirt but If it was organic dark that they tried to get a little bit of Dart on their food just so they'd be healthier.

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The Health Benefits of Turmeric

20 Minute Fitness

03:23 min | 2 years ago

The Health Benefits of Turmeric

"A bit of background about Turmeric Turmeric is a spice from the temperate. Plunked is is commonly used in Asian cuisine and has a yellow colored chemical which often gives the coloring to curry's for example cold cumin and again it's also used to flavour different Asian food as well. Curcumin is the main active ingredients and turmeric and has a powerful anti inflammatory effect is. It's a very strong antioxidant as well. You'll know from previous podcast episodes that anti-oxidants can help defend your cells from damage on this damages caused by potentially harmful molecules known as free radicals. It is worth mentioning before we continue this episode. That Cu Cuban human content of turmeric is not that high. It's around around three percent by bodyweight. Most studies conducted have looked at Turmeric extract which contain mostly itself so it's hard to get high doses of around one grandma day of curcumin just from the spice in your food. So we do want higher levels that you'd be to take it in a supplement of all so curcumin within turmeric is as anti inflammatory as I've mentioned and inflammation is important within the body to help your body fight foreign entities and help repair damaged in the short term however weather chronic inflammation can become a problem and scientists now actually believed that chronic load L. Inflammation can play a major role in a number of different conditions such as Heart Disease Cancer Metabolic Syndrome and many many more so the anti inflammatory properties of Kirkman Camby extremely beneficial. So what's actually going on here. Is that the curcumin is blocking a molecule called NF. K B that travels in the nuclei of your cells and it turns on the genes. The related to inflammation also believed play a major role in many chronic diseases. As of late as well there is evidence that suggests that turmeric can help alleviate. TV eight domes delayed onset muscle soreness a study called curcumin supplementation. Light play attenuates delayed onset muscle soreness looked at oral curcumin intake in seventeen men to determine the effects of curcumin or muscle damage inflammation and domes in humans. So the seventeen people were split into Placebo Group you and the group that took two point five grams of curcumin twice a day on there were evaluated by looking at single leg. Jump Performance and domes following unaccustomed uh-huh heavy eccentric exercise on the study found the top twenty four and forty eight hours post. Exercise curcumin caused motorists large reductions in pain injuring a single leg. Squats and Sir sheets with that. Pain reduction was also a small increase in single leg. Jump Performance and a small reduction in creating kind as activity. Not and Can Rise of skeletal muscle injury and Turmeric can reduce these levels. Therefore reducing indicators of muscle damage potentially aiding being recovery but of course more research needs to be done on this finally curcumin. The active ingredients in Tamarac has also been linked to improve brain function. So Kirkman has been found to increase brain levels of be D. and F. which is brain derived neurotrophic factor not say grow fall known functions in your brain in aiding the ability of your new Ron's to form new connections annisten Ted may age or memory recall and cognitive

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"metabolic syndrome" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"metabolic syndrome" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Helps high blood pressure the high blood pressure if you're overweight and like you know maybe close rowly sugars high that metabolic syndrome kind of thing it really helps to it's really good for diabetics oh but wait there's also evidence that great she does a natural by Pish it's when they gave people with heart disease grape seed over a two year period it reversed the amount of plaque in your arteries by thirty three percent it reversed the amount of cholesterol plaque in your orders by thirty three percent taking great she'd even one of our capsules once a day because the reason two hundred milligrams and I know that our great she is very selective I don't worship blood vessels because it helps people high blood pressure web metabolic syndrome so and people were parking their orders when a given a great should include a plaque by a third within a two year period it also reversed thickening of the blood vessel walls not just plaque build up with the coming of blood vessels to two different things you are thinking and blood vessel walls which is typically six eight percent and you also if a build up of plaque which makes it much worse it's different seminars and even more the great she was reversing both what about diabetics great she is like the best thing they can overtake I mean besides their medical care you know they met foreman the better diet directions size getting enough sleep well that that's real important but as far as supplements such a great she might be number one first of all great she to impeach the absorption of sugar from food there's two family of two families of enzymes offer glucose today's and alpha amylase that you released to route to break down sugar if you don't break down sugar you don't absorb you don't automatically absorb sugar it has to be broken down in a particular way for you to absorb that's gone through two families of enzymes offer amylase enough glucose image if you take the grape seed before your meal that attach is to both families of enzymes and you don't absorb sugar from any kind of food whether rich serial Ted pasta bread rice sweet potatoes peas lentils beans all three those are I can only doesn't matter you won't absorb you'll absorb a lot lush the second thing is for diabetics grape seed helps prevent diabetic retinopathy that's really important the estimate is that about eighty percent of diabetics after ten years develop diabetic retinopathy they're getting hard pieces of fat inside there right now that destroys division which will the harder to date when you give a diabetic grape seed first of all it prevents the blood vessels from breaking and improve the integrity of the blood vessel walls that's one thing so little blood vessels and back we are not breaking but it prevents the buildup of hard X. today to their and their idols now two big things for for diabetics your draw blood sugar I was protecting you from diabetic retinopathy it also hope your circulation it also helps clean out your blood vessels that could be anybody it also helps lower your blood pressure that could be anybody but the listing for diabetics grape seed helps prevent damage to your kidneys that helps the kidneys work better when they did a study of people chronic kidney disease there were losing less your less protein under your there the it lowered the level of micro album in your area and micro Albany mia it was that's really important because that's involved with heart attacks and everything secondly it was preventing anemia because you have a unique you need you could use a fortune to make red blood cells third of all it was preventing a drop in platelets and white blood cells it was preventing inflammation from building up when you have kidney disease and you're diabetic you get inflammation I could destroy the brain destroy your hard disk for your pancreas further worsening kidney health and the kidneys were actually shorten work better the glomerular filtration rate was approved so for you and me grape seed may help prevent a buildup of tell Opeth these in our brain let's hope that's real I mean this will put your studies on that from Albert Einstein for mentioned for you and me great she does the actual by push it helps gets a little plaque out of a road rage according.

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"metabolic syndrome" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:04 min | 2 years ago

"metabolic syndrome" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The elderly populations linked to increased risk of metabolic syndrome now there are millions literally millions of studies on vitamin D. when you look at public or scholar dot Google great research avenues but this is another study the talks about a yet another problem with vitamin D. deficiency and we see it all the time probably what would a well over ninety percent of people that I see in my office have vitamin D. deficiency the levels are below thirty now doesn't mean the thirty one is good to thirty two or thirty five you want to look at the research of says vitamin D. levels should be eighty ninety or a hundred to really have the best protective benefits this is a great study from the cloud the journal of clinical endocrinology and it talks about twelve hundred eighty six subjects men and women between sixty five and eighty eight those that had been a boxing gym had extremely high correlation with low vitamin D. so also remember the metabolic syndrome typically are people that eat too much carbohydrate their insulin resistant they're overweight you know I've got a little obesity trickle BC so it is a correctable mechanism we just need to do as I always mention those four things low carbs increase exercise correct vitamins minerals and correct for months and that we could make a big deal a big change in getting rid of the metabolic syndrome okay phone lines are open if you'd like to call and do so now let's go to don hi how are you fine thank you I got a little question yeah over the years of a five of my fingers the good thing is surgery on five of my life on the same hand what's that on the same hand no no just to maybe three on three on one end into one another then I've heard couple total on each in and I've heard couple total surgery twice on the left yeah so this begs the question what sort of work have you done your whole life what's that what sort of work have you done your whole life what I'm trying to put a notice will always turn into us right is well yeah I think if you had some issues or trauma in your hands and fingers and that caused damages to your ligaments and tendons which help to move is supposed to be a fluid movement within your fingers but if you start to have that trigger finger that clicking sensation that means there's damage is damage to the tendons and ligaments that go from you know one bone and then to the bone behind it on the side of your finger so if they've had to do that many trigger fingers or you know surgeries and carpal tunnel to work in the job the Michigan Lee damaging to your hands and your wrists well what what's happening now is if there's pain coming on the backside of IT and that really cool with it with the fingers start on the top side right your local yeah and there it runs sometime it had nothing to do with the two figures that haven't haven't been triggered yeah on either hand both of my bent over a little bit years have not been so dead treated with surgery what I think is what which fingers have not had surgery my poor finger in my middle finger my ring finger on one end and my middle putting the ring ring finger on the other hand so they haven't had surgery okay I'm just curious as to which nerves being affected because of its you're from and your first finger it's the radial nerve that comes you know down from your neck into your thumb and that sort of your arm if it's the older nervous on the other side you can also have issues in your neck a lot of people are told they have carpal tunnel syndrome actually have disk issues in their neck pushing up against the nerve root and creating that neurologic either issue on one side or on the other side of both when I saw it always you know caution people to have an MRI of the neck to see what's happening there what was I going to say will will of writers show up on an X. ray typically yes arthritis as we understand it for most people is inflammation or over growth of the bone now if there's a tear and ligament tendon cartilage you would not see that on the bone because of their trade because the X. ray is looking at the outline for the shadow wing of the bones the bones really strong and dances very white if the bone is weak it's more pale like greyish and then outside of the bone with their soft tissue is all black so you wouldn't be able to show ligament tendon cartilage muscle you know nerve that would be an MRI and so yeah it be you know each test has its own benefits but the entries not great for the components inside the bones of the joint rather so you could have a terror and pain because you have a terrible ligament tenor of cartilage into bone could look fine so the X. rays are somewhat limited I haven't had any problem with the other thing is have not had surgery thank goodness like I said to him will tend to over a little bit yeah and the doctor says well maybe you're not even going to you're not gonna have any more problems with those two that it bent over yeah you never know I mean again you have to understand what the underlying causes what's creating that so I think you know you have to be aware of progression you know like anything else you have to watch to see if things are getting worse after ever dealt with but I certainly would look at the MRI of your neck so we can see exactly what's what's happening there in relationship I was well I live on Long Island so I think I would be a good idea to commit to see you sure makes sense because you can never to get an MRI done and really see what's going on look at your wrist to look at your your neck you could have issues in your wrists were the carpal tunnel surgery helped but now other areas are effective and that could be coming from the neck.

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"metabolic syndrome" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"metabolic syndrome" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"With irritable bowel I. B. S. right guys celiac disease cardiovascular disease if you have a metabolic syndrome going on we all know what that is right diabetes liver and gallbladder disease if you're neurological disorders if you have mood abnormalities if you have skin rashes such as AG some are dermatitis if you have inflammatory symptoms small intestinal bacterial overgrowth CBOE we talked about that will probably talk about that later on in the show again fatigue gas and bloating indigestion infections leaky got intestinal permeability right guys Nick nutrient deficiencies guard gastro esophageal reflux disease food sensitivities and malnutrition now many of you guys we may remember about a year ago or maybe it was longer than that there was a big thing out about the proton pump inhibitors and the dirty little secret is once you get on those you're not supposed to say on those for ever because as what happens is it starts to affect your kidneys or indoor liver so what happens is people trying go off and they get a rebound of fact and then they're on their reflux is worse than ever and they don't get tapered off them correctly and they don't get tested for any kind of nutritional issues and then you know they're back on that for life you know I mean what the doctors going to say go back on it if you're if you went off of that and you basically had horrific symptoms again so I'm telling you there are ways to get off the proton pump inhibitors with nutrition and other things that we can do so we're talking about the got Zoomer three pack point now and we're talking about leaky got we're talking about intestinal permeability and we're talking about you being your own health care advocate we'll be right back here's a tender little tale fresh from the trail about a cowboy fell in love with a cow girl named Dale it was love at first sight that's what they said sweet something sure went to their heads they walked and talked and shot the breeze held hands and kissed under the trees then the cow girl whispered let's get some food so they rode on to a place that looked good found a Roy Rogers restaurant just round the band cabaret said wasn't Royce some kind of legend Chalgrove said works for me how about you how boys smiled I like it too folks of Roy said they're happy dues yell sit right down here Buckaroos before too long they were feeling at home cowboys said not better than where the buffalo roam three piece combo is a tasty surprised new chicken tenders soft drinks and fries each big tender was specially chosen the chicken was hand breaded fresh never frozen when they had their fill they said their goodbyes cowboys said we'll be back there's lots more to try folks at Royce said see you soon you too meanwhile happy trails to you door dash is now available at dissipating restaurant Hey what's up it's ready for the game show and I just took a little visit to the brand new were modeled Rockville dealership persons kia and they have hundreds of vehicles.

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"metabolic syndrome" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

08:20 min | 3 years ago

"metabolic syndrome" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Two diabetes we just called adult onset diabetes by that name had to be given up because children are now getting it and have been getting it for a while so we had to drop that just go with type two there's all kinds of names for metabolic syndrome and all kinds of other stuff to insulin resistance stuttered center but that's what we know it as and I'll finish this up but just by saying that you know after you read it and then realize when you have somebody you hear somebody a so called expert or you read something trying to convince you that a plant based diet high in true complex carbohydrates is bad for your health you should make the following phrase into some type of a song and I would encourage there if there are any listeners out there in the audience who are clever with music and can put together a jingle of some sort I would encourage you to look at it and send it my way I may play it on the air because when people that are the I don't know what it is the purveyors of the carnivore pure carnivore diet and try to dissuade you from healthy fibrous foods which you can only get through carbohydrates you any of course you should never eat the bad ones the white ones the process the junk food of course were advocates of staying away from that but those people try to confuse you by also just waiting you from eating whole grains and beans and great and nuts and seeds and all that these are people you should immediately in your mind sing a song to yourself and it's sort of it should go like this and I'm not gonna sing because I want to break your ear drums it should go something like liar liar Colin on fire and the reason for that is that if you don't put enough fiber in your diet which you can only get through carbohydrate based foods you will develop all kinds of diseases including an increased risk of colon cancer same thing here if you hear it you should say in your mind or sing a song in your mind with people who are not telling you how important it is to get fiber in your diet should be a liar liar pancreas on fire does that that's right and if you the same people are trying to get in Judy doesn't but a meat based standard American diet which is the sad diet based on mostly saturated fat it should be lyre lyre hearts on fire because that's just a matter of time before you you know clog up your arteries and the new these are the same people who were tried to tried to counsel people on health and they've got heart problems they've lost their joints he could joint replacements caught on they get their own thyroid medication I yeah it's just it's it's amazing to me they're dead in the same people if they're telling you to stay away from complex carbohydrates in a plant based diet you should also hear the song in your brain liar liar brain on fire because your brain is going to get screwed up guess what that's right your brain local and it has to have your their brain cells will die that's the fuel and if that same person is try to convince you to stay away from a plant based diet because we know that people in cultures all around the world the long labors the octogenarians the centenarians these are people who live a long time and you look at their diets and what are they hugely involved in fiber and if you are eating complex carbohydrates in your diet plentiful supply but you're not getting fiber you're not getting enough so when you hear that sort of junk going on you need to sing in your mind the following what view of the system and if you still hear those people clamoring in the background to try to get you to eat more like the standard American diet which is got us into the fix it it's in because it's not enough fiber in the diet which can only be had through carbohydrates non refined once you should hear the full and this was the final song in your mind you should hear this song in your mind liar liar all of those are going to go south on you and less you will make sure that your body is getting a plentiful supply of plant based foods plant based foods also here's the other part of it plant based foods allow your colon your gastrointestinal tract to make good bacteria now we call that probiotics prebiotics and post biotics that's of course it is when you take me off of a quality probiotic like Dr here is probiotics that your foods are your first line of defense to keep your gastrointestinal tract functional and your immune system functional because if you don't have enough fiber in your diet you can't make prebiotics in other words you can't break that down into good bacteria yes it's not possible to do that with a meat centered diet it's just not so plants give that sort of like if you want to call it fertilizer so the good bacteria can be formed your immune system resides in the gut if your immune system start being fed these fibers Debian system doesn't work it can't then this is the will of the reason why I caution you against people who try to talk you out of moving toward a more plant based diet you don't have to become a vegetarian I'm not a vegetarian not at all but boy do I eat a lot of fiber in a given day a lot of whole grains a lot of beans a lot of legumes nuts and seeds lots and lots of vegetables some fruit that's sort of like a Mediterranean diet you can have fish you can have organic you know is Turkey check it whatever it's not a problem it's the rest of the a slaughter house you need to stay away from an out of in terms of burying the carcass in your digestive system that's what you're trying to do that's what you should do and if you do that you're going to extend your life span and more importantly you're gonna have quality of life while you're alive you should try it and you don't have some cookbooks purchase some cookbooks start having conversations with people who know how to prepare food in this way there are now in the frozen food department of these health grocery stores lady of opportunities there to get started with yourself and your family there's no reason why not to do it not today anyway right now when we come back as promised I'm gonna be talking about how botched unnecessary medical care medical treatments killed two great man this is a very important post that I put up on Facebook now that's have thousands of people looking at it and the responses the comments have been absolutely amazing I'll share this information with you when we come back this is doctor Bob margin would you know what to do if you encounter a wrong way driver.

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"metabolic syndrome" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

11:45 min | 3 years ago

"metabolic syndrome" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The risk of metabolic syndrome no metabolic syndrome of course this is a dysfunction where you're not burning sugars and fats while you know tricolor abdominal obesity high cholesterol high sugars there are a variety of things that occur in this round but correcting some of the fats and oils in your body and as an aside look at all the facts and all the people eat you know there are more animal based or you know trans fat from margarine which are bad for you a lot of people have a lot of bad fat coming on board and that sets the stage for dysfunction we like to have the good fats on board like olive oil fish oil we want to keep excess sugars out of the picture do exercise this combination of good oils cutting down carbohydrates exercise correcting hormone declining correcting vitamins will get rid of the metabolic syndrome we've done it and we've seen it so it's not hard to do it just takes a little bit of knowledge about your body to see what its requirements are and then meet those requirements so important to understand everything about your body and that's the first and most important step that we tell people your body is Asian over time and you're losing new cells in each of your tissues which means the cells that are making the hormones will decline in there for hormones decreased neurotransmitters decrease and that's just you know absolute for everyone some people decline a faster rates than others depending upon age some people have exposure to things that make your body worse including heavy metals or infection so the idea is that you want to take a nice big picture what your body's doing that everything that's off correct and your body will see its biggest change phone lines are open once again one eight hundred eight four eight W. A. B. C. at one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two two let's go to ray in Florida Hey ray how are you hi I'm a first time caller first time listener and my question is what kind of doctor do I go see to get my work done so like I know would deficiencies I yeah you have to see a doctor that specializes our practices nutritional medicine so what part of Florida are you in I I live in the Tampa Bay area of Florida I'm trying to think the best resource for you you know you might look at doctors to do chelation you could look on Google or doctors doing chelation in Tampa Florida and then you could look at their website and see if they do nutritional testing there's an organization and trains doctors in chelation therapy because all doctors do chelation are also looking at correcting your vitamins and minerals called a cam a period C. period a period M. period and if you look at that on Google you'll be able to get on their website and then there's a section where you could look at doctors if you put in the area that you live in I guess your zip code so that would be American academy of anti aging medicine those roles so doctors that typically you know we'll take extensive courses on the understanding of anti aging vitamins minerals hormones those are probably two organizations that are good too I have another question if you if you have time sure it I'm fifty eight usually what typically would you find in a fifty eight year old that were dictation act most everything so it's not as though fifty eight means everything's deficient right off the bat is just that a lot of people that are fifty eight their hormones are gonna be low thyroid DHEA testosterone that's common although does it have to be that everything is going to be low but vitamins will typically be low we always see vitamin D. is low we see the B. vitamins are insufficient so yeah again most people just randomly take vitamins and they think that a one a day or this or that is good but most cases it's not so the majority of people that I see younger and older have deficiencies of vitamins most people are low in vitamin D. at levels that are at a range below thirty and thirty is the low end of normal so the Rangers thirty two hundred okay all right well thank you so much appreciate it great to talk to you thank you for your call phone lines are open if you'd like to call in as guest Chris she could do so right now one eight hundred eight four eight W. A. B. C. one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two two let's see what else we have here interesting info low carotenoids may be linked to metabolic syndrome and adolescence and this is the journal of nutrition great research this is a meta analysis for the national health and nutrition survey so it was looking at a less is twelve to nineteen years of age I think four thousand two hundred ninety five of them they looked at retinal retina Lester's care teams carotene Lou teams use intime lycopene vitamin E. vitamin C. and looking at metabolic syndrome so when they look at the research the significance was that the crowd noise and most of those vitamins were linked to increase the metabolic syndrome my question of course would be well what are the eating kids is a lot of carp you know so that's certainly part of the problem and to the extent there are some that just don't do exercise yet there are others to play every sport the canon so that would be an advantage okay phone lines are open one eight hundred eight four eight W. A. B. C. don't wait to the end of the program to Colin let's speak to friend now hi there in Long Island City how are you yes that's a tactic the question now you may have heard date celery use cranes movie stars celebrities in all thank you sellers I think those are the last people you should ever turn to yeah trying to do something that's rational yeah I don't know I just wondering what you're doing well what is it really doing I don't know thank god America thing to so many yeah there are no miracles I don't know what they're saying at times of course not so someone is touting something yes if you just drink celery juice all day your calorie intake is low I think it's dangerous because every just having celery juice and you're not getting the vitamins you need that's a dangerous situation because nobody will be worse as a result so died should be only done once you test your vitamins minerals absorption your hormones I think it's very risky to do that let there saying is only in the morning they say six I don't really care what they're saying because they're not scientists they're not doctors they're not learning about your body first and then putting together recommendations so if you wanna risk your health with somebody that has no knowledge whatsoever you can do that I I strongly rude the note suggested you do not if you want to lose weight if you want to make your body better you learn about your body first blood tests for vitamins minerals hormones country cards down accordingly correct your vitamins correct your hormones and in your body will do extremely well long term if you want to do a short or long term with celery juice you could do that I think it's a very bad idea I thank you again say that well yeah yes No signs and yeah you know you could make up something you could be the you know grass cut the loan and you know he crashed and see what that does for you is the same non scientific recommendations silo would do that at all thank you for your call phone lines are open one eight hundred eight four eight W. A. B. C. let's go to Jay in New Jersey how are you quality okay doctor pretty good question for you got a choice between taking out a large silver amalgam indoor mercury tide billing I haven't worked but the thing is they take they were thinking of just putting a crown over the top of it because it's a big one that I'm going to probably have to need a root canal but check it out likely so my question is what's worse really you think leaving some of that mercury killing in the mouth then and there yeah hello I'm leaving is worse because the evidence shows that the mercury in the amalgamation fifty percent can leach into your system blood vessels in your teeth a lot of people because the authorities so close to your mouth lend up with autoimmune thyroid disease from the mercury fillings that's documented in traditional medical literature okay thinking what we do for most people is to get a better handle on how much more grease in your system if you just do a blood test there may be no mercury or metals near the needle in the blood strong so you don't necessarily have to see that show up in the tube so the blood test is really a screening but may or may not show us much it only looks at what's coming to your body over the past three to four weeks you do a random urine for heavy metals that look to twenty one battles where the blood leads only look at five medals so even a random your tells us what's coming out of your cells like a kidney or bladder cells and that'll give us an idea as to what's coming out but that's not a total measurement of everything in every cell the third step which is the most accurate is to do an intravenous chelation procedure with calcium EDTA tennis will bind to metals you know lead and suction pulled out of your body into the urine can you collect a twenty four hour urine so that it shows us really what you're holding on to what one question I had though if I decided to take the filling out what I was wondering is if you didn't get the what he called the root canal than this material it goes in the root canal it till it up with like a rubber and what about that though how would we know about this having the feeling removed you need to do the killing should procedure first to see what sort of metal levels are there because if you remove the filling then that increases the mercury you know getting into your room and mercury vapor getting into tissues in your brain we've had people that have done the filling removal and have ended up with tremors or some brain abnormalities in changes right afterwards so we'd rather too late that person to pull the metals down and then remove the filling of the day after the removal doing chelation to grab whatever you can it just makes more sense to do it in a step wise fashion rather than to just pull the metal mercury out and see what happens okay is there any danger yeah get the huge success we take that out but if you need a root canal there danger canal the material is I don't know that there's a danger in reply now that really varies person to person it's yes it's nice to have that feeling out because you don't want to sit there to keep exposing your body to the amount of in the mercury okay okay thank you so much have a wonderful day phone lines are open if you like to call and do so now one eight hundred eight four eight W. A. B. C. let's go.

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"metabolic syndrome" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

04:57 min | 3 years ago

"metabolic syndrome" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Trainer. Vinnie Vinnie voice threatened to get you on here. Here. You are. Vidi? Sakes. Try it again. Vinnie there. I'm here drew there. Now, I hear you. So there's a lot of interest in something you've been advocating for quite some time. And he finally converted me too. Just explain your history as a trainer and how you came to the conclusion of what what diet is the best. I just keep it simple for them. Well, yeah. Yeah. I've I've been training. People sister say forty years that and it was very curious that early on. I started looking around and my job is to keep people. And the last thing you want to give people to get in our starches as we call them back down. Yeah. You don't hear that term starch anymore as much all of a sudden it became complex carbohydrates, and they became good for for some odd reason for eighty cents. Yes. And and so you were advocating all the way back, then low low starch low sugar, right? Yeah. What did you what how did you concluded? What did you notice? What was different about what you were suggesting? Well, people lose weight immediately. And also that people thought, you know, shaking became clearer and inflammation went on people that had and I had no I don't have a medical background. You know, my degree is in education, and with people would say, well, I have lupus disease, and the doctor said still have it, but all my symptoms on you still looking at that going all we did was removed to grains, and these people are feeling better. Do you think that some of the gluten sort of a craze is really just the elimination of grains? You know, the gluten craze is people people are sensitive, and that that's a whole different story. But you know, just to pick that one protein out of a grain grain, basically, wheat and say that that's causing the whole problem. It doesn't do it Justice because gluten is one thing some people can get away with they still have all the problems from the grain itself from all the information. That's the starches will cause if that makes any sense is it the grain in the and the starch or is it the central obesity. Now, the this to medical term, which is for the fat. That's laid down across the center of our body, which we've known for some time is associated with insulin resistance, and hypercholesterolemia and all these sort of will be called the metabolic syndrome. But is is it is that the inflammatory piece or is it the starches themselves? I don't think anyone does. Because you know, I I if I had to take an educated guess, I let's say it's the starches themselves causing that that that official sat around the bits exit that there's no to cause heart disease is known to cause. Benny problems. We see to that. Right. But I don't want studying everyone's still fighting over on the vegan diet or corner for diet or or died in between. Yeah. Why why why are they fighting when it just get back to pragmatics? Because for some reason, we get religious about politics. We get religious about religion. And we get religion religious eat, you know, and and it makes no sense where you know. I almost always waste at the vegans. We'll get together with the carnivores. In the medical community and say, look, very simple. So good. Yeah. So we know that red meat is good. Well, a lot of people don't believe that. But yes, that's true. And we should be eating those two things and cutting out the middleman which is to crappy starches and sugars yet. No one wants to take that. Because you know, now, you're talking big food and in government takes money from big food and so on and so forth. But when I start to sound like a flatter us or. Got it doesn't believe a dinosaur. Away from you get back. We get back. Let's talk a bit about the Kito and the carnivore and these things that are popular and a little bit about maybe some the cornstarch and with that role may of that had an all this, right? Sure Vinnie torch, again, wait go back to Vinnie Vinnie. The book again is called Hollywood confidential. Yes. My book is sitting this confidence confidential. I beg your pardon. I put that. And is there is there? Are you talking about the documentary yet? Yeah. Yeah. The documentary is complete. We're just working for a to distribute it at this point. So yeah, the whole documentary is fantastic video right back with any tortoise. I'm Dr drew this midday live. I'm a little teapot, short and stout. Here is my handle when he is my spout like this. When I get a steamed up.

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"metabolic syndrome" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"metabolic syndrome" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"You can slide your way to true metabolic syndrome, and then ultimately, diabetes, a laptop. I get all of that. So that was changed number one realizing that wo- carbohydrates actually become glucose in your bloodstream, and that even something that doesn't seem like it has sugar actually does become sugar in the bloodstream that was like my first like, oh my God. My mind's totally blown. So I stop eating carbohydrates. It was a brutal painful transition. It took me about three weeks. I was getting all kinds of crazy headaches. And this was like in my mid twenties. I'm probably roughly twenty six about this point. And I starting to get heavy and that was really freaking me out. So I needed to learn about nutrition. So that was step number one. Like, this whole low carb thing, and I responded to it phenomenally. So a lot of this is you have to test on yourself to figure out what's going to work for you. There is so much individual very ability is crazy, and we'll get to that. Because I didn't believe in individual variability for longtime. So I was like everybody's got to be low carb. That's it. Simple as and I became e van Jellicoe about low carb, and I just thought that. Yup. Universally it will work for everybody. Everybody should medics are just like mine like diet is essentially this what works for one person will work for everybody. Okay. So that becomes like the second epoch of my life. And I become unfortunately, like super evangelical about it. I'm telling anybody who will listen because I was losing fat. And it was so wonderful for me. And I, you know want to help people. So I just yeah. I'm going ham on the whole low carb thing, then I began to really realize that if I want to get lean that I'm going to need to even start doing caloric restriction and since fat and at this point in my life. I don't exactly think fat is great. I. Still have some sort of us villain complex round fat about getting fat not necessarily some of the things you hear about fat like clogging, arteries and stuff like that. But I certainly thought that it was gonna make me fat. So I was reading that. And that becomes an epoch. And so I start doing ultra high protein virtually no car, virtually no fat. And so now I'm living in a state of what they call rabbit starvation. Where all your eating is protein, your cells need fat. So hey, you start to have all these inflammation prompts, which of course, I did. And unfortunately had them for years. So that becomes another moment. And then after that, I go through this phase where I'm having all these inflammation problems. But I think I'm doing the right thing getting ultra shredded on my rabbit starvation. So it was like this is amazing. I can't believe I've been so disciplined I've gotten this lean and it was incredible. And then these two guys Peter Attiyah and Dom de casino come to quest. And they're like, hey, by the way, fat is hugely important. If you're not eating fat like your. Out of your mind. And by the way, it may actually this whole thing called Kito genyk diet may actually have these enter cancer, anti cancer properties. And I was like, whoa. You're talking my language. Now, here's the guy that wants to live forever. And so I go way hard into key to do a four to one diet meaning for every combined gram of protein and carbohydrate that eight I four grams of fat it is brutally difficult to do. And by the way of restricting my calories. I got my key tones through the roof. I got my blood glucose way down. And I hated it. It was misery and it was misery because I was experiencing what many people call the Kito flu. And that was now sued nightmare. It's basically you're not getting all of the micro nutrients that you need. So it was just really really shitty. I did it all wrong. It was terrible. I would never go and do it the same way. So I go through that phase. And I'm like, yeah, I'm never doing Kito again. But the effect that it had on my joints was so. So powerful I've been icing my risk for fifteen years. Fifteen years every.

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"metabolic syndrome" Discussed on Venture Stories

Venture Stories

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"metabolic syndrome" Discussed on Venture Stories

"Or people out in the Tricia is both a marker a signal for many of the preventive health activities, I like sleeping, well or or exercising. So we got the nutrition because he was the highest leverage thing we could do to move. The key by markers that intern. Explain the rise of the metabolic syndrome, which is effectively one in three deaths in the US. It was pretty much. How do we reduce the number of this as much as we can with one feature? We won we won. We. One problem. There was runs off. And that problem that we're trying to solve this attrition in zoom Becca present when you chose preventive health. What other big areas could you did you think about using healthcare or could you chosen if I thought about healthcare directly? Meaning if I didn't think from my setup skills to the highest leverage proud in that I could work on it. But rather if I would have started with healthcare and thought, well, what can I do hear that will be high leverage independent of my skill set? A thing preventive healthcare has many other potential angles that one could approach sauteed roughly speaking with deeper into that if you like, but roughly speaking, I think preventive healthcare is a broad space that has upon room for donation ability acceptable with Noddy, but also I would say that there's a bunch of diagnostic up the Gatien's that can be greatly improved with state of the art machine vision. I think you know, greats of grey to the immaturity, you know, be. That an x Ray or something like that is fairly susceptible to be improved through again, the state of the art in machine vision. So I think that's an interesting area that I've looked at in that I thought was was fascinating. I think they're interesting work where the at a bunch of value both on early election and rare disease, meaning wherever robbery use of big chunks of data can be leveraged to find signal where before was not possible. I think that melody has a great opportunity I'd value. I think also though this is particularly not exciting to me. But I believe really of a real value. I think the -nology can have a lot of levers it within healthcare by improving workflow. So I think workflow mutation inside hospitals. It's also a right for disruption. I think all you can add up Donna value. There is just that. It's slightly less exciting to me. So the Rica thing on healthcare, if you think about healthcare, I the areas where you're gonna. Of value are preventative care diagnostics, particularly applying machine vision to to the national images like rays and so forth. Areas where they can be leveraged to find signal where before there was hard in particular early detection of the season gonna rally street, man. And Finally, I think there is a lot of value can be added from the kinda porting the consumer is enterprise extolling in do the healthcare system to optimize workflow. How do you think about something like insurance? That's so interesting to me. I'm so glad you asked that I think the way to think about insurance it's that they once they're back in think the real problem to solve their if incentive alignment, I think there's a lot of value meeting monetary value and potentially real and customer value in improving health care insurance, both gets delivered.

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Taking Holidays Might Seriously Prolong Your Life, 40-Year Study Shows

Red Eye Radio

02:55 min | 4 years ago

Taking Holidays Might Seriously Prolong Your Life, 40-Year Study Shows

"This from Newsweek not taking enough vacation, time could, raise a person's, risk of dying research suggests the study was based on data for me finish businessman who are businessmen, who collected. Data over four decades and suggested going on vacation cuts, the risk of dying by, thirty seven percent Dr Tim o. Strandberg professor of the department of medicine at the. University of Helsinki and co author of the paper told, Newsweek if, you know someone, who doesn't take vacations and works long hours he or she may be at risk of cardiovascular disease Gerry McNamara The findings were presented at the European society, of cardiology To conduct the study researchers assessed information from the Helsinki businessman study on twelve thousand two. Hundred twenty. Four men born between nineteen nineteen and nineteen thirty four And went on, to become company executives the, participants were recruited in one thousand nine hundred seventy four hundred seventy five and had at least one risk factor for cardiovascular disease such as being overweight weight keeping a smoking habit over white Let's, say over white are we, getting back to Jack Nicklaus overweight Did I say over what the you corrected Telling you it's the blonde hair Oh wait Keeping a smoking habit or having, high cholesterol high, blood pressure glucose intolerance or elevated, trying glycerine which means which means you, had symptoms irrespective of whether you were businessmen. Or. Not right that's the. Whole point if you. Have the I see the problem with this survey. Right, now It's wrong fake news well no I just You know I I know, I you, know I when when you understand for example a, significant number of, people who have high. Cholesterol, high, blood pressure High, sugar myself, here, when you when, you get, to the point that your, genetics kicks, off and you get hit with metabolic syndrome irrespective, of your weight Yeah you have to keep it under control, but it, doesn't matter whether you're a businessman working long hours or someone. Who was on who was on public assistance. And food stamps eating the wrong foods bad nutrition either way you're going to end up in the same place the work has nothing, to do with

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Royal baby name announced: Prince Louis Arthur Charles

Gary and Shannon

01:36 min | 4 years ago

Royal baby name announced: Prince Louis Arthur Charles

"I realized i was may have been shot he was hit in the stomach chest and leg five of the other oc deputies are being honored for risking their lives in las vegas to help others researchers at ucla say thirty one percent of kids in california are drinking liquids sugar every single day and the study shows ten percent of the state's children even have to daily sodas sports drinks or other sugary type beverages research scientists joel walstein says the numbers are even higher for low income families latinos and african americans are consuming about eight times more than white children she says this much sugary drink consumption can lead to overweight and obesity type two diabetes metabolic syndrome she says it also leads to decreased consumption of healthy foods like milk fruits and vegetables corbin carson kfi news hundreds of migrants from central america who have arrived in to wanna may be getting ready to try to cross the us mexico border into san diego lawyers have been holding workshops to teach the migrants about us asylum laws the migrants are expected to ask for asylum sunday at the san is cedric bordercrossing hear ye hear ye we have a name prince william and kate middleton have named their third child louis arthur charles louis had not been a top contender among bookmakers at the close of bedding last night albert had surged because of an apparent red herring someone notice the webpage royal dot uk slash prince albert brought up an access denied message just like the first two royal babies george and charlotte we've got traffic from your helpful socal honda traffic center crush irwindale.

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