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"mida" Discussed on FoundMyFitness
"People are not eating may have detrimental consequences on overall health. Yes one way to look at that. Is that when we have food available all the time and when we don't have the need tax to get through life ourselves become complacent. They do not maintain their ability to cope with the kinds of stressors that caused disease. Oxidative stress is one key example. Inflammation good example is muscle cells an exercise during the exercise. It's a major stress on themselves in the muscles. There's there's a big increase in pre radical production seldom electrically active the muscle cells. So that they can contract so there's ion fluxes that have to be dealt with however having been exposed to the stress during the exercise the cells activate gene programs that help them cope with stress and become stronger and more resilient so for example. Exercise increases antioxidant defenses in muscle cells. It enhances the ability of the muscle cells to clear out damaged proteins dysfunctional organize such as mida connery which the energy producing or in the cell. And as well there are proteins. Initially called heat shock proteins about their function is to protect other proteins from being damaged. So all of these beneficial mechanisms are stimulated by exercise so in a person who's sedentary reduced intrinsic antioxidant defenses have accumulation of molecular garbage in their cells accumulation of might accommodate that aren't functioning well accumulation of abnormal proteins. Also true in brain cells. Which main thing. I study nerve cells in the brain. There's evidence that submerging some from my lab on from others that physical exercise mental exercise. What you and. I are doing now. Round keeping our mind intellectually engaged. We're right now. Exercising a nerve cells. They're more electrically active. There's more free radicals being produced in our brain cells. Right now and there would be if we weren't intellectually engaged. But it's not only okay. It's a good thing because at the same time the cells are beefing up their antioxidant defenses bolstering their mighty conrail function. In fact we discovered that this was originally described by exercise physiologists. And i'll make sense when you exercise regularly your muscles get bigger and in the case of endurance muscles better endurance and associated with that. There's an increased number of mighty ria healthy conrad in each muscle cell. So that makes sense that the salads dan are more able to generate atp to support their function. We find a similar thing in nerve cells when they're active and most of this is from animal studies so we're extrapolating but an animal's we can look more directly at the brain and kind.
"mida" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"Thank you so much for that. Cloudy legacy box. The best idea that you wish you thought though like literally. I would not be sitting here if i thought of legacybox. Because it's the best fucking idea. Okay deal i watched. I watch all day yesterday. And then obviously like. The prime time was men's gymnastics and swimming now. I you know. Justice for mentioned masks. Because i was watching a little bit a few days ago and like it was so unpleasant and they just don't get the shiny day deserve because those girls just sparkle like the top of the chrysler building totally and they do the same level of tricks. Some of that pummel horse thing. The male male beam. Oh my god yes. It's impossible so like you're right. America lost. They didn't even place whatever really yup but during the day. I did watch men's synchronized diving which is so interesting. Like it's just the nbc. Had this woman emceeing whatever it's called correspondent and when i watched women's diving synchronized yesterday by myself she host and she was so negative. It's so funny. I what did i say that already you did. And then i talk that people. She was negative. She was except my god. She was on point like literally watched again yesterday with the same woman. And ben mentioned she's like so negative but every time she says something she's one hundred percent on what she said like these people can't get higher than seventy five did she said they might get a little higher than seventy five to seventy seven. She actually knew everything so maybe she wasn't being negative. Maybe stinking it up okay. I have a question that i was wondering when i was watching the coverage of simone biles exiting the all around as the commentary. Live in real time. That okay. So with simone biles. That should happen at six forty five. Am they aired on prime time. Which is when you watch the apm air it still on nbc at six hundred same commentaries. Nobody's watching because who the finals they could have like. They knew what was coming. Mida informed what they said was all real time and they replay the live great. Thank you for that. That's a good question. I thought the same thing. Okay so kazan. She imagined she watches the scores. Men she records her audio. They can't get higher seventy touches. The answers to the test totally. No i do believe it's all in real time and so after day two of watching synchronized diving. I have enormous respect for the woman. And i take back what i said. She was incredible and she was nailing every single point like she was just what a rollercoaster. I'm telling you nobody on the planet earth knows more about synchronized diving than this woman. Like she was so well read and like so smart chips greatly southern accent which i found annoying but now that i'm in love with her. I think it was really good. Wow i'm so happy we love you know a change of heart no totally and then i watched so america one silver and they were really gonna. I'm really happy with that. But like every time watching something like china's just winning everything like i. I know you can like actually want to check this morning. Like the official check. I check it like every five minutes olympic medal. Count if you just google you guys. A lot of people don't know this just comes up. Oh that's cool and also you open peacock they have it there too. Okay google it okay..
"mida" Discussed on Meanwhile On Our Plane
"This. Yeah because like, yeah, this is crazy about how was getting scratched in. A Home I. I. To be honest I was just listening to the newfoundlanders like. To Hug all of them like and just like I need you in my life forever. But how'd you without being an absolute freak? I body you're so lovely. I, have no idea. What's say? It was really lovely meeting them. That was the highlight for me like kissing the fish because Khurana was like kinda happening like we had to like put like a plastic thing. So it was. Stress out about that but it was fun. I loved all the little snacks in the crazy stuff that they were passing out I really liked the vibe but I think the concern of coronavirus were starting to creep into it wasn't as relaxes it could have been. and even they said it themselves all last year we did this but this year we have to do it like this. So it was the restrictions which kind of beginning. A is a mixed feelings, but I love that night. You know it was so funny Catholic a favorite part of comfortably. My favorite parts. I think. There's lots. There's lots. It's twenty F- Twenty eight dollars. I love the I love that I love the choreography by just Love I. Love that bit when. As. Kevin J when you become Kevin it when you take off the jacket, you're Kevin J right I'd be wearing that jacket the whole time, and that's my first Linus Kevin J just before it starts. Twenty hours and then I just walked by the first time I meet my boyfriend is an Kevin t he comes to me and we're already like there's a little friction and turnaround spinoff and I love the mess like the everyone's coming to the chairs and isn't GonNa work because you're not going to work the Tendency and. I just love that stillness and I love that we sing that car is a couple of times through before there's any solos, our movements or anything we just really come together as announced. Humble. And sometimes you're on stage and you're listening and it sounds it's so beautiful for only twelve people. Isn't it 'cause? Sometimes they have a cast of like third seeing this I. But like. because. Everyone's not everyone seeing different things but there's not a lot of people in each harmony. I just I love that moment I love I love nailing it and it takes work you know making it easy. No like the Andy Hat the hat. You. Know all of those quick movements and a scene without seeing. The. Director had to get to get Akron angering angry. And that it's the first interaction with Kevin T as well, and it sets the two of them as a couple and I have fond memories from doing that you know. And just getting comfortable with being in that relationship I guess and it starts in that playing the first time you see them talking at, you know Kevin and I were hiding I knew I love those moments I know it's so small and it's not like the the big big moments but that that that they'll interaction sets sets us together for the rest of the show and. I. Love It. My favorite beer I think I love that. I sit like it. Yeah it's Nice. Everyone's got different. Favorite moments is out like. But I love. The it's not by stone, but there's no huge props production behind the is just based on the twelve actors I think that's one of the reasons I ended up with that because it's just on the story and music. special. Especially this dynamic where graphics as this. Special. Effects. I love those shows too but this one is special. It's. I know you mean it's hard to describe isn't it but he's one hundred percent special as a as a whole is special these moments and these elements that seems so small but being projected in west end stage or Broadway worldwide isn't it? Like it's some kind of formula it's so beautiful and it works so well for let's talk about your dokes account. That's amazing. Thank you for follow. Hilarious Manila 'cause she's a she's a greyhound. Manila she doesn't. She doesn't. Doesn't move unless she wants to like. All they do is sleep all day. And they lied download she tried side-on on my bed. She's not allowed on my bed. She would lie down there. So heavy, she won't move Manila. Downslope. Just Stuff and she'll make herself heavier right. So she she won't move she budge at. So hundred is she's all the unless she's going on a walk or eating she sleeping. One, burst of energy in the afternoon she'll chase her boss literally about five minutes Mida doesn't even know her name she don't know. How is she? She she turned three week. Okay. So, young but blessed, she was a racer a professional racer like. A professional like because he was her career. And they're so traumatized. She came here. She didn't do any contact and like. What kind of dot com looking the because Doug. By. Super excitable or at least all the dogs that have had and she you call, you look at her, you talk to her and she just puts her head down. So I. Kind of is that you have. An all she did was hide all day. She just hit in this corner and she'd come to the living room every now and then and the minute you look. Back and hide and it's occur about. A month to get out of that and to be to be able to just come to the living room and lie down in the. Living. Room. It's really sad like I think adopting is really good because she can even eat when she got here. She was too embarrassed. You give her food and unless you're not watching are making any, it might not just put my press machine and she gets startled runs away like. It was really sad and now to see playing eating everything and run it is just so lovely. You know. Morning. And so that's come forward to have like a favorite memory. So far of light, the show favorite memory, all these questions are hard. My favorite memory It's GonNa be rehearsals I love rehearsing I know it's really backwards but I have this thing. I, love the rehearsal process I really like tech which everyone hates because I feel like solidify everything in Tech Tech is not really about the accent, right? It's about everyone else. So when people aren't watching you and you just stole to stand in a place like my brain has the advantage of like. Pausing which you can have to do on stage but like if you pause where you are and you kind of this is in this moment, you tell your brain then when you have to do it quick, it's much easier you more. He's love tech for that but I think it was the rehearsal process for me I loved it and it was really hard. You know had to work very hard. Because I had a lot going on.
"mida" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking
"Very nice. Pleasant emotions come with especially when guys law let's will. His lunch lunch Mida and the Emma friend genuine law it is one. Johnston Long. Yes belong his limitless. Yes. Belonging to the whole universe, and of course, go on human beings and to the plants and the animals and we belong to one another we would behave come pretty You'll million. Exactly exactly I love how what you what to say when you talk about on. Thanksgiving. I know that you have a certain definition about Thanksgiving and it's It's something that most people don't think about so. How'd you see Thanksgiving? You say thank you. You are not giving something when up when today something new give something when you say thank you do give yourself. It is almost like saying I have nothing to give you. Better to give you a union myself and I say thank you. We pay cuts. That this. This is great. This is on the same idea I know that you've been talking about. The fact that gratefulness is something that we do mostly on the inside and Thanksgiving is giving thanks to others giving the gratefulness, spreading it around spreading it to other people. The. Best Athletes. That I like very much with says. Sank food thanks is what hot skip is giving. Hands Lead, only goal. Hans. Let's go but the hot is giving. Thank. Image that the like the, US is not A lesson. Feeling when we? Had the experience of. Some GIVES US something I'll be experienced something grab beautiful at great guys ing our hearts it fields. If inside of us a missile filling up and filling up wire. And then comes the moment relief overflows and the first phase. Just gets Florida in Florida I call him back Great Nash and then when it all thankfulness thankfulness another. Victim The sun and it makes beautiful. Noise exceed. The to belong together what's.
"mida" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast
"But like I e add like it, kiss fans were very few and far between in the early nineties. Yeah. Do you remember the first time you ever heard or seen about killers? Killers. Exactly the first time. I. Because I was. Killers the other day and I was trying to remember did I know about killers before and was seeking it out or did I just see it in the to that day because I remember seeing it on cassette? This is how cool it is to be a kiss fan. I can remember something so stupid in the should be so trivial but was so important in Mida in Merrill Wisconsin killers on cassette tape. That's got kiss songs on it I've never heard before I have. I think. I knew about killers but I, hadn't bought it yet like it was hard to find. It's hard to find. I. Think it had to win something new about the constantly look for and it's not like nowadays will all that's cool. Let me let me look that up on Amazon let me look that up on Ebay no you had actually go to the Palmyra and hope like hell something like. That you know I remember the first time I bought killers was at a turtle's record shop. In Nashville Nice I remember generals they had it on. It was like an it was an import. CD which meant that I had to pay like fucking thirty five dollars to buy it but I remember it was like it's got like four songs. I've never heard right? So I have to buy it. So, I bought it and I remember nowhere to run being the only song that I thought was really redeemable. The rest of them I did especially part error partners in crime I absolutely hated when I heard it hey, to think I was just so excited to finally get this thing an air, the songs. I loved them. All right off the bat. Well, I thought it was cool to have that and cover because it was it was like the elder era, but it was a hard a hard rock record..
"mida" Discussed on The Dr. Gundry Podcast
"Five G. C. and we make an antibody to by mistake. We often attack this sugar molecule on our blood vessels, and there's several papers that suggests that one of the reasons meetings associated with more coronary artery. Disease is an autoimmune attack on our blood vessels and I think we should be aware of that. The other thing is that cancer cells use new five G. C. to shield themselves from detection by our immune system. And so. That may account for the very strong epidemiology linked. Correspondence between for instance, Colon, cancer, development, or even breast cancer development. Meat eating now those associations are actually fairly strong, but it could just be the sugar molecule and beef lamb and port may be part of the consequence, not just the fact that you're eating animal muscle now I understand that going Vegan or nearly Vegan something. Everybody wants to do in fact I don't do that as most of you know I am a self-described veg aquarium in that most of the food, I eat our plants vegetables. And I supplement my diet, and usually on the weekends with shellfish and occasional wild fish. But that doesn't mean that I don't eat meat, and in fact, believe it or not probably every three months I will have a grasp fed grasp finished piece of steak and you can. You can visit me at lucky and Montecito where I eat that grass-fed grass finished state every now and then do I do it every day? No, do I do at once a week. No it is a rare occasion. Hey, I'm from Omaha. Okay? I gotta do it occasionally, so if you're in the group that says you know, there's no way I'm going to go vegan. There's no way I'm even going to go vegetarian like my meat I. Like my chicken I. Like my fish. That's okay. Here's the exciting part. So! I've become. Good, friends with Dr Valter Longo. WHO's the head of longevity research? At UC, Medical Center and I think Dr. Longo is rightfully one of the greatest researchers inland longevity, and how to achieve the benefits of Calorie, restriction or the benefits of fasting without actually doing either one, I want to just talk about fasting for a moment I know. I've talked about this before, but fasting has certainly come a vogue again, and for the average American, listening to this fasting water, fast or prolonged water fast unless your properly prepared and taking protection with certain supplements. Like activated charcoal like Clara like liver enzyme detoxification supplements. Then you probably don't WanNa. Do a prolonged water fast, because unfortunately heavy metals and. Pollutants are stored in our fat, and when you and me go on and prolonged water fast and I'm talking three days or more. You start using up the fat and your fat cells well Duh, but as you use up that fat out, come those heavy metals and pollutants. The problem is the liver does a horrible job of detoxifying these guys and even getting rid of them. and. I've talked about this before. You actually excrete. You're heavy. Metals vile back into your intestines, and then your body re-absorbs them and I see so many people who have been doing fast, and they have incredibly high levels of Mercury and lead and cadmium in their blood while they're doing this without realizing they've actually release this from their fat cells that tuna that swordfish that has toxic levels of mercury in their flesh are big strong animals, because the fat is in the sorry, the pollutants in the fat where they can't do any harm. So in our modern society fasting prolong water. Fasting should be done with caution should be done under medical supervision, and you gotta use the right supplements to help you with that fast. Okay, so, what can you do instead? Well, thanks Dr. Longos work which I site in all of my books. What he did was say we'll wait a minute. We know that eliminating animal protein for a period of time. Is. How him tore is turned on and he actually designed experiments I in mice, and now replicated in humans that show that a five day period consecutively. Of a modified Vegan fast where you're only eating about six hundred eight hundred calories of basically vegetables, you can certainly have fats from plants, but you eliminate all animal protein you eliminate dairy, eliminate eggs, and so you have dramatically dropped the amount of. animal-based amino acids in your diet. And what he found was all you need is five days in a row of doing this consecutively. And you will act in terms of activating stem cells, activating your immune system, activating anti-cancer genes, as if you had been on a fast calorie restricting diet for the entire month. I mean think about that. It's as if you're going to take your. Mida Congreso, the energy, producing organ, and all your cells that I'm going to. Deal with in the energy, paradox. Boyer you'RE GONNA love your mind congre. You take them on a retreat. You take them and kind of take their work away from them for five days in a row, and that's the key again. You GotTa do it five days in a row. If you can't say well, I'M GONNA. Do it once a week for the next five weeks. Goes work shown. Sorry, that's not going to do it, but the exciting thing is you only have to do it for five days so for instance this week. I've done that exact thing I've done a modified Vegan fast, so I started on Sunday and I finished last night, and all I had was being in food. Now as you know, I, do it even weirder I'd eat breakfast. I don't eat lunch during that time so I'm eating my calories in the evening from six to eight o'clock at night so I'm I'm done I've done with my modified. Begin fast was I hungry, absolutely not was I stuffed absolutely not but I. Enjoyed myself and guess what for four of those meals shocker I, had pressure cooked beans and mushrooms and olive oil. That was my meal and a bunch of verbs in there and. It was easy and quite frankly beans as long as pressure cooked or one of the better foods that you can eat so there..
"mida" Discussed on Beyond Your Wildest Genes
"I will I two years ago. I got a lasix surgery on my is to just to crack my nearsightedness, and I stopped wearing regular glasses and up. Until that point, I never had any kind of blue light blocking lenses, but after that surgery I could not be in front of a computer for any length of time NAMA chiropractor. And I'm all over the place running up and down seeing patients day, but a good portion of my days fun of the computer, and that's when I was absolutely forced to get like you said these ugly, Blue Light, blocking lenses, and they work and they did the job. But, I was told. We're GONNA say James. I'm sorry. I was just GonNa. Say That's great that that's terrific. Yeah, I mean it got rid of my migraine headaches immediately, I was able to get back to the computer. The surgery was successful. But they weren't. They were not very attractive, pretty ugly. And when I got that asked reeboks, and and I got just wanted that kind of change things. I got pairs for my kids and they wear them. I gotTa Buck. Wearing them, but it's a crucial part to meet continuously trying to strive for better sleep. I'm not a good sleeper. These definitely have changed. And improved my sleep dramatically. The other example and we have a lot of parents who have kids out there about a month ago. I was walking past my child's bedroom, one of my bedroom about ten o'clock at night and I thought I thought I saw low coming from his room and it's it can't be and I went to the bathroom. Walk down sure enough. He's under his covers. His cell phone getting that blue light just last into is and. You know that's. Just terrible and it and I've seen my office with young kids and I assure you see and I think that's why you create its Wani's for young kids, because it's so detrimental to your health to your sleep and so much more. Yeah. There's Children are actually the most endanger of long term damage to their is. Because as we age and we go, we become adults is actually four more of a protective layer. Blue light in fact. It's more of I kind of like a yellow, yellowy protective tinge that comes in our is. Against that artificial light, but kids, they haven't developed that natural protection yet and so. If you're apparent listening to this and you're you know you're trying to distract children, and you give them an ipad you say go on. What's the IPAD or you give them or you'll you turn the TV on and Hewlett them? You know. Sit only a few feet away from the TV screen and stare at the TV. You could actually be causing long-term damage for for your children. So children. Need. Need the most protection, but ironically as ipads come into the world. Know. We all WanNa give kids ipads now, right? It's a great way of distracting if they're crying and we just WanNa shut them up link here. Use this IPAD. Go and watch some cartoons, but but but ultimately you know ten years down the line. They may have eye problems. You know you might be subjecting them unknowingly to a lifetime. Of Issues 'cause kids love screens. They loved PIPPA pig that want to watch. They. Love all that stuff right, but. You know unless you're. You're protecting them with the pair blue light, blocking glasses, or you'll limiting their exposure. Like, you know, you could be causing the problems down the road. Yeah, I'm firm. Believer in will first of your eyes have some of the highest levels of Mida Condo in your entire body, so if you're constantly just blasting your eyes with artificial light, it's GonNa Affect. Your Mitochondria is secondly you mentioned it A. Cataract surgeries and macular degeneration they're all on a dramatic increase in. It's gotta be because of the artificial lighting and the.
"mida" Discussed on Riders Lounge Podcast
"Well we got a bit off topic day maybe just because it was getting light the tasting too good and I just wanted to play some games. I want to thank fobbing taking the time to sit down between the craziness that is his life of painting houses in Rhode and tile and the Coburg region in Germany if you based in Germany and want to renovate your house and make it look like the Bee's knees and to the absolute highest quality. Then you need to look no further than foggy. I'm pretty sure after listening to this. Podcast you can hear. The FOB is an absolute perfectionist. And that's exactly how. He approaches painting houses and anything else so out his company. It's Malla Gesellschaft bows ox. Ross for keeping US hydrated throughout this interview. I made myself a little mixed of ten Zeppelin with the pills and the alcohol freebies knowing that was at home and he could enjoy a couple of BS and I certainly didn't miss out by having a couple of the alcohol-free Tannin's up lapels which tastes almost exactly the same because the worst thing would be to go somewhere in think you're missing out by not having a b. but with the Tannin's depth range. They've got it covered in what's most important is. It tastes absolutely perfect to find out. More about roadhouse. You can visit their website at roadhouse dot. Da and better yet. Click on the find US tab. I think it's the third TAB along on the website put in your postcode and see how close to Awesomeness. You are if you enjoyed this interview. Please subscribe to this podcast. Whatever platform you're listening to it on and give it a nice big five star rating also. Check IT OUT. Instagram facebook and youtube channels for special content videos and photos of our guests that come on some good some bad some just funny and if you have any comments suggestions or you have a favorite route of the interview. Just let me know a tag on instagram. Which is where I spend most of my time just scrolling and looking at Kufa as just Mida Bikes and in general and it also just keeping your wife from looking at facebook scientists at the moment. So yeah get on instagram. Actually there is a much better way to use my time on my fine right now. The new T. M. X. Games this is motocross has just been released in Beta version on both the IOS and android versions. So I'm just going to go and get some practicing. See if account turn into a pro e fx catchy light..
"mida" Discussed on The big d zone
"Hundred nine one nine nine eight thirty five. Please be careful all the whole time that it will be dope. You haven't I hope it. I'm the first one that are Reading the letter About getting the payment and all that good stuff so I'm just gonNA. Nobody's reading the letter. Nobody on Youtube nobody on the radio. Nobody nobody we did this letter. This letter that I had in my hand I just feed to you. So Oh and the on the check. You have to go forward. The like I said. Before economic impact at economic impact payment light not economic stimulus. Like it has been said on the news all the time though that you go so under the finally finally Done that's far and The second round of stimulus for the businesses are self employed and everything that people like myself have just been passed and the The pay Protective program. The easy I l an Audio Program. Tapa DISTANT MORE MONEY. Though that businesses more businesses can be helped. That's all I'm going to say about that one. So Oh and by the way Missouri is GonNa be still under the stay at home on until May fourth. I mean that's like I said it's been a terrible year. I mean it's been held like came back from Saint Louis after I came back from excellent pot fast Excellent Pot fest event and just came back into hell so it has literally been hell. I hate it just it evil and for those who supported shame on you but I do support the pasta protester. I mean if I would have had a car. If I would have had a way to get over to the State House in Jefferson city I would have been among protesters I would surely at day. Not only been there protesting but will cover it on this very program. I would've covered. I didn't know that they had earlier this week. Not a clue. I know ms busy can have on. Well done for people Michigan. How dare that governor Tied to take away their freedom. How dare as I say many prison many prison anyway? So you go read the The the letter the letter and you know the test already in the mail because I just got my thin. They are coming not figurative and not. This is not how they classified the coming there. You Go. This is a prestigious still working on that website. Thinking about I'm almost getting there You know I'm almost there. What the website Liked to pay for the whole year again but like the website that it's easier for me to work on when I don't be depressed though anyway. This is Jay. Thank you for listening to the big on Youtube whether it's on or any other place that the big deep down is currently on if you are living in the Youtube section of the country. Please like the video. Ads subscribed to Big Country Become thin. Become a big country and I do have a upcoming interview. With artists. Coming from Thomson. May I got away to my phone. I hopefully I was going to first or second weekend in. May in put it onto the program but it may be third weekend in. May but I will have an interview with an artist coming up very soon though. Stay tuned for that rate again. Please please give us freedom. We want to be free to church again. I mean Oh man does this thing but anyway This is a prestige. Wake up prey up. Wake up prey up. That's all I can say. My daughter Mida thing has been destroyed because this year has been a total of after pay..
The Intermittent Fasting Episode
"All right so people out there who don't know what intermittent fasting is or why they should consider doing it. Can we talk a little bit about that. Just like a quick overview of what it is and is it solely for weight loss or other other benefits as well. Yeah that's a great question and I mean interface. Intermittent fasting in and of itself is just extended periods of not eating eating. And so there's a lot of different types which we can go into. But it's you know fasting for a period of time more than just an overnight fast which most of us do anyways unless you wake up in the middle of the night with a good president of us so you know and it's something really you know I know it's it's in the news now and it's very timely but it's around when you think about it in different religions and cultures all over the world for thousands of years so this is nothing new and I think if anything I'd love your audience understand that this really is not a diet fad. I this is one of the most scientifically validated and there continues to be more more and more research looking at different aspects of intermittent fasting and while many people started for weight loss. There's actually a lot of research showing that it helps. UPS with diseases like diabetes and prediabetes. When done correctly it can help with heart health and it can even help with longevity some some of the scientific basis of restricting food for a period of time that type of stress that that causes on your body can actually stimulate your or basically your cells to regenerate themselves better so there's actually maybe some anti-aging benefits to it and and healing benefits? Let's from this time restricting your food and fasting for certain periods of time so scientifically yes. Weight loss's a great bonus but even if you don't don't lose weight by doing this research has shown that you can help improve. How your body response to insulin? Thereby decreasing your risk of diabetes. And there's there's many different things it's actually very exciting and we're really starting to see more of the obesity meeting that. I went to actually in Las Vegas ironically in November are they did an entire symposium on this so this is really starting to move to the forefront of not just obesity medicine but general nutrition medicine a- as well that's amazing. I love hearing that because I have so many questions relating to that so before we even jump into those. Is there a period of time. That is a minimum period period of time to not eat in order to experience those benefits. Yeah I think most of the research looks at a minimum of sixteen hour fasts as your are easing into it. You can certainly start with even a twelve hour fast. I think there is clinical benefit to that And that really. You know if you think about historically how we used to eat before electricity and different Technology and that sort of thing really you would have dinner and then and when the sunset you know there wasn't much to do when you didn't have seven thousand channels on TV or Netflix or digital so people went to sleep so you know a seven to seven Kevin Window for eating. The twelve hours would be physiological but most of the research shows that it's really that sixteen hour mark of not eating and that where you begin to see the clinical benefits. And that's actually what I do. I do the sixteen eight and I was wondering and people out there are wondering as well L. is this. I know you're saying there other benefits but is it more of a calorie game like people are asking if they just sort of restrict their calories. Because if I'm only eating for eight hours I know him eating. Probably three to five hundred fewer calories than I normally eat on average if I eat those same number of calories and I spread it out throughout the day longer. You're you're saying that you won't lose weight quickly. You don't I'm saying that you're not gonna get all the benefits of it it it it's a different. It's different physiology. So that's simple caloric reduction what we're doing with intermittent fasting is. We're actually changing your metabolism your really voting by not giving giving the body fuel during a certain period of time. You get hormonal changes. That actually have benefits that far. Go beyond calories. So it's it's not the same at all there is actually something that's happening with our physiology with you know cell turnover with things called Mida Qendra. These are the powerhouses of your cell that generate energy. It's shown that increases the creation of new Mitochondria. I feel so much more energy doing it. What do report that? It's funny because I personally can't do it. I know that's crazy. I've tried it. I just I I really. I'm not sure which is is really important. Point is that there is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to the sort of thing so I choose to try to get my longevity benefits from exercise and stress management although I'm not very good at that but You know there was all these things happening in your body increases. Something called a tough Aji which is basically when your body is cleaning up. The birdie cells are the dead cells in your body that toxic wait. Fasting can actually improve a tough G. So there's there's all these things on a cellular and biochemical hammock level. That are probably a little bit more exciting to people like me but you benefit from those by doing it and you don't even realize like those big words so I've I've also heard and I have friends that do this and they're like. Oh why I have coffee but I put cream. I put creamer in the coffee and the sixty calorie rule and as long as you don't exceed sixty calories salaries then you're still considered in fasting mode. What are your thoughts on that you know? I haven't seen any data to support that m you know all the studies. I'm sure that calories sneak in there. I would say if you are going to do that. Probably what I would discourage you from having any sugary Greek calories so a little bit of cream that has more fat to it may be okay but The sugar which then will trigger release of incident to insulin can really offset any of the benefits so or at least interfere. You Know I. It's interesting because some people think you know if if you feel like your blood sugars dropping really hungry you WanNa grab like a gummy bear or something to give you instant energy but you're saying that with throw off the fast more so I'm saying that would probably when we look at you know hormones like insulin that are going to respond very quickly to blood. I mean that's what you're doing. You're getting your blood sugar. But you're also triggering a release of insulin so not that it completely d d You know defeats the purpose but if we're really trying to follow it for optimal benefits I think trying to limit That sort sort of thing. You know but I've never heard of a sixty calorie rule. That's probably something made a made up. It sounds really cute. But there's nothing magic about the sixty galleries as far as Zeina from a scientific standpoint and a lot of people also want to know like what if you're super hungry and you have headaches like does that just mean fasting is not for you or is that something that will go away after you do it for a few days. I never experienced those things so I don't I don't know but a lot of people are saying they feel very like they're gonNA faint and they're are really hungry so what should they do. Yeah I think it's but maybe they that's the type of person that should ease into it a little bit more and start get their body. You know the other thing. That is very very interesting. Is that You know there's something called metabolic flexibility. which is your body's ability to go between carbohydrates and fat as as a fuel source and maybe some of those people I mean? Most of us have ample supplies of fat that we should be able to drawn to keep our blood sugar figgers stable. And that's you know that to keep our energy levels up to fuel our body we have storage forms of of of carbs in our muscle. Everybody he does so you know I would say with somebody like that. I would try to ease into it a little bit more. You know. It's a complex question. I mean but then again I mean for me. I really have a hard time with it. I have tried it I do. I feel like I get very hypoglycemic and I don't like how. Oh that feels that my feel whether or not you know I skip breakfast or dinner and neither of those are good for me but but speaking of that you'll probably away. This may come up a little bit later but I think one of the biggest mistakes that I see with people who do intermittent fasting is choosing the wrong window and research is very clear that if your window is so for example if you do a twelve. PM To eight PM. That's worse for you than doing doing like a ten. Am to six PM. The earlier window is better. Because you're wait wait say that again. So you're saying you should not eat between twelve and eight it. It should your window of so for you. You have an eight hour window that you eat right. What time is that usually usually eleven to seven? Okay so yours adds no ten to six is better. That's what a lot of the research has been I think eleven to seven is more livable. The later it gets the worse it gets because what we know is that even if you're eating exactly the same thing we your body metabolize it different later in the day and in some cases I've seen with the time restricted feeding or intermittent fasting. They're all different names for the same thing with the later window. They actually have worse metabolic outcomes where their cholesterol and blood sugar get worse so the eating window is very important. So you can't save all of your calories and binge on a huge dinner and get the benefits. That's what I'm saying
"mida" Discussed on Limitless Mindset
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"mida" Discussed on Shelter From The Storm
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"mida" Discussed on WJR 760
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"mida" Discussed on WSB-AM
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"mida" Discussed on KGO 810
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"mida" Discussed on WGN Radio
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"mida" Discussed on Untangle
"Attest improve the action times by over twenty percent. That's amazing. Yes. And it's so simple. Instill many Americans really hydrated. It was a report from the centers for disease control information, showing that at least ten percent of Americans before drinking zeal order on a day-to-day like none. And we think distracted driving is an issue slow reaction times due to hydration. Then you go the so what is your solution? If you're drinking filtered water in order to have sufficient electrolytes was something natural ambig- supported food versus. They find any comfortable lab. Have none of the presidency of the nurturance to council foods. So for me, I drink Alabama ges everyone in my daughter does too. Just green has that way of doing it for. Think she Feeney's and for me try drinking for light one days. And we would it. But like, I don't drink coffee. Even though I'm Italian for they drink that in the morning, and I'm. And so what do you suggest for nutrition for kids? So you you reference something interesting, which is we don't need such rated fats, and adulthood because we get all the saturated fats need from birth up till teenager hood, and we don't need anymore cholesterol than our brain makes at birth. So obviously what you'd feed a child might be different than what you'd suggest for an adult. So what can you tell us about the developing brain and the importance of nutrition and maybe some of the differences nutrition disappointed? When thing I want to clarify that even as adults, we do cholesterol inside today. The fats other parts of the brain Devon utterly use. It just Reconceptualise in those foods course, something else than the registers just saying good clarification is that what you've known as different of children do need saturated fats, especially the brains are developing a neural of forming because such the impressed really provide his tractor of the nude on us. Decide where the mega scream I get six point today. But I am more for membrane sui detained. So they really live plus tesitfy but as the stronger fair to buy scuffle. Though cholesterol, the brain gator that on its own it just doesn't come into diet ever saturated stock instead it's getting four-tenths of the MIDA order. I make sure that she has access to really good quality animal foods, she loves cheese, the mature that get great college cheese. Like, I believe in organic food alarm, especially for women because many chemicals jolly in processed foods actually last the act like estrogen Sunday body, but United way the mess of estrogens in a way that's being associated with ready early puberty in girls and with men booze. But also with increasing rates of cancers in women, especially breast cancer in estrogen dependent, Kansas. So I'm really I'm am being on the ver- that safer is better. And so I go again much as I can obviously unaware that is is more expensive. But I think is especially with kids. So vine grad set piece when sheets bees or fever, and she can give chicken eggs Prestat, man. Seek cream bother my fits since delicious. She actually super healthy sheets. Lug fish read, a lot of fish here in part because talion in part because fish, it's really did Bess natural source of very specific type of mega spring called the chain. Which is actually the Nain drain set is the most environment fat brain than is to be replenish, all the time and fish is really the only source pretty much the most abundant source though. If you eat a lot of plant based foods, you get access to a different kind of negative week or away underlying leg. That can be converted into the HA. But about stemming the present is loss in the transition or in the conversion so rigid hands vegans, if people who don't like fish dot fish, really need to. The AMA to make sure that their brain have enough VHA going back to my child sheets a lettuce issues. So let's talk a little bit more about that..
"mida" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive
"That might look under the respiration and this traits, of course, the most important point here. What you're saying is the. Purpose of eating is to convert chemical energy into chemical energy from one form to another. But to do it you need an intermediary to translate. And that intermediate has to turn the chemical energy into electrical energy that then facilitates conversion back the chemical that is the key to life. And that is what the might Qendra do. However that he's a wait at least aerobically we can obviously do inefficiently anaerobic later. Correct going you can do these spatially all the teachers not so much the brain you can get at eight ADP without using oxygen and these matching ary, but API organism in grueling single Celts on the planet. They use oxygen thing. Energy relies on site the grim today. They may not have my Gandara. But at least they need side, grandma. I didn't realize that so red blood cells, for example, don't have MIDA Qendra. Do they have site a crumb today? See? Yeah. I didn't know that. Yes. They use oxygen to generate eight. The b they have to have side the crumbs -i and septa Cohn. C- oxidise this is the minimum requirement. That's why you can look at cell lines from microbes song, and you identified these teens has long his I'd always is is the only way nature foul how to solve these. But they interesting seeing is that when the regiment's compromise and you have oxygen you're creating as Dwayne where these events can no move on. It doesn't matter. How much you eat and this is happening older. People doesn't matter how much they eat in fact, their brain stealing than that, they should be hungry because they're not able to tram for those electron donors into electron transport and produce energy. So they feel their energy deprive. So they increase for consumption, especially the attracted.
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"Long tradition of the high level of understanding of snowden weather and climate so what does that mean like do they do experiments and talk about star trek not exactly they have a way of making very specific weather predictions for their area as well as places that are far from home they're very very good weather forecasters it's the same kind of thing that our weather forecasters and we do with the computer in of mothers and with instruments and they can walk outside of looked at the sky and say in two days we have north winds lots of snowfall in it's not just that there will be snow don't know what kind of snow in how it might affect their travel plans okay so they're thinking about science in terms of what they need to understand daytoday to live in such an extreme and by exactly for most of their