17 Burst results for "Nine Teaspoons"
"nine teaspoons" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Here's a question that we are asked time and time again what causes insulin resistance what does that even mean to be insulin resistant well if we look at the sugar consumption in the United States from two hundred years ago to our present day I think you can figure out the answer so here's a hot very eye opening fact in the past two hundred years we have gone from eating only two pounds of sugar per person each year to eating a hundred and fifty two pounds of sugar per person each year wow think about that for a minute that's amazing so two hundred years ago people ate two pounds of sugar a year per person and today it's a hundred and fifty two pounds which is an increase of about three pounds per week I think you'd agree with us that the increasing consumption of sugar in the past two hundred years is just absolutely staggering huh so back to the cause of insulin resistance as Joanne was mentioning our pancreas produces insulin to transport glucose into ourselves however when we have access sugar or glucose in our blood stream our cell receptors those insulin receptors will become blocked congested you can think of it as and when this happens the ability of our cells to absorb all that sugar glucose is reduced as a result our cells become insulin resistant and the extra glucose remains in our blood stream and then it's gonna get stored as body fat create inflammation and during this whole process our body is making more and more insulin to try to compensate simply put we all need to understand that accession Kerr glucose damages their kidneys our eyes are hearing our heart and our brain and high blood sugar levels can actually cause brain cells to die while lots of risk factors you hacking about their in on average people in the United States are eating nearly forty two and a half teaspoon of sugar per person per day where as the American heart association recommends women eat only six teaspoons of added sugar per day and nine teaspoons of added sugar daily for men so that's quite a big difference we remind our listeners of this quite often because it's important people are over eating up to thirty six and a half teaspoons of sugar each and every day where are we getting all that sugar from what we find it in the form of candy bars at the grocery checkout coffee latte smoke as the coffee shop oversized blueberry muffins there's hidden sugar in the fruit flavored yogurts and your kids favorite cereal not to mention pop juice I mean the list goes on and on and on is it any of you heard of the new serial that has just been released is called Hershey's kisses serial while I know sounds like sugar in the box right it is so great the serial itself is actually made to resemble a Hershey's kiss and I tried to find the information on how much sugar and carbohydrates are in the serial I couldn't find it anywhere but I think the name says it all I mean you can imagine how much sugar it is in there but what I did find is the number of carbohydrates and a serving of chocolate checks the one serving is one cop and that is thirty six grams of carbs which breaks down to ninety spoons of sugar and here's the thing not many of you are going to eat just one Cup of cereal rate right you're probably eating at least two or three yep polls are pretty big they hurt pretty bad yeah well I think it is time for our first break that's right you are listening to dishing up nutrition brought to you by nutritional weight and wellness if you have pre diabetes or type two diabetes we invite you to listen along this morning because we want you we want to help you understand the seriousness of this health problem and for those of you that don't have it how you can be preventing it absolutely listening to the radio doesn't.
"nine teaspoons" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast
"Smacked it around a little little bit. She looked around like well that different tastes and then she looked at me and she reached for the spoon and she wanted some more. I just kept giving it to her. She kept eating it and I was like what in the world. This is blowing my mind because I don't I tasted it. It's been terse obiter you know and I had such a hard time. Learning bitter tastes because I was a sugar addict as a kid. And you know I was that a lot of sugary things in lots of crackers Bagheri does in a sitting and you know it just wasn't something that I was used to seeing being a kid do and I'm just so grateful that we've had this. I'm not grateful that we had the health crises that we did. But I'm grateful for what we learned as a result and how we are now hopefully leading the charge like you said and teaching other parents Little little ways that they can make their kids live so much better. It's it's worth the cost you know. The fact is nutrient dense. Food costs more. You know a steak costs more than apple. Grass Fed state costs more than a steak and Dan. So we've had to really challenge the the price of what the what they're charged for baby foods which is anywhere from a dollar two dollars pouch for these organic fruit race race you know our our veggie peers are 399 is double the cost. And you know is it's worth And the Before are quite scary. You know health found that average toddlers nine teaspoons of sugar a day and that's added pitcher. They weren't even talking about fruit they were just saying what's in just these toddler products. All this added sugar nine teaspoons a daily has more added sugar tonight. These publisher getting Dan Chino. The animal studies suggest sugars. More addictive than cocaine so the food industry is essentially really profiting from people being addicted to sugar. They're profiting off of grains being extremely cheap terrible for the environment actually no nutrition but very cheap to produce and so like they keep trying to make these kids foods with with with organic sugar and grains. Because that's what they're used to. So we're really flipping that whole thing up and saying no. Let's leave those out entirely. Let's focus on meat and veggies the best sourcing. Let's charges charge as much as we need to charge for. It and trusted parents will pay. Because you know it's your biggest car about exactly and that's people pay that much or more for kids. It's meals in restaurants so if a lot yeah exactly you know. Put it in that same amount for something that's really actually nutrient dense insisting to get them a lot farther. Are there in life real quick. I want to have a couple more questions for you guys but where is running the kids available. I know there'll be links in the show notes and I know your website and thrive market. But where can people find it. We're in a lot of stores nationwide. All whole foods is nationwide. Where in a couple of other big chains in the Midwest were hy-vee Wherein Harris Teeter and kings on the east coast stop and shop in the northeastern lots of CO OPS in independence? If we're not in your co op ask them about US until to bring us in. We've had had a lot of parents get our products. Hell just by asking for the store as most stores don't haven't seen good baby ever in their dying for something new so we're in about fifteen eight hundred stores nationwide now and growing quickly and of course you can find us on Amazon drive market and on our website can use the wellness mama discount. And that's where you're going to get the best prices in the most access to the knoop rocks and all those links you guys will be in the show notes Wellness Mama Dot. FM So you can find them there A couple of last. Wrap up questions. I love to ask I being if there is a book or number of books that have really impacted your life so what they are and why. I'm not a big reader so this was easy for me because I read a book my Sophomore Year High School called Peaceful Warrior. which probably if I read it? Now it'd be really silly but Eh the time. It opened my mind to this idea that Um were not stuck being any certain way that we can constantly change evolve ourselves Particularly feelings that we don't have to be angrier. We don't have to be depressed that we can decide that we're going to take different attitude and enjoy life better letter and that the most joyful thing life is going to be doing the right thing rather than doing the pleasurable thing that doing what feels right. unfulfilling is what's is going to to to lead me the most happiness and that really set me on this path of social justice in saying. Hey even if it's harder even if it's not funny but it doesn't make as much money I'm going to be happier verify. I'm making the world better making myself better rather than just doing. What's fun and easy and for me? My book kind of kind of like joes peaceful warrior was official by Daniel Quinn. I read it in my early twenties and maybe late teens for the first time and I realized that this you know this beacon that we call civilization civilization might actually not be the biggest beacon out there and that may be wild peoples have a better life and so that's one of them and then for me for for this children's nutrition topic the kind of foundation of my children's nutrition philosophy really came from the nourishing traditions book of baby and Child Care. That's one of the ones I read. Just cover to cover During my summer nerd him and realized relies so much. About how Western price was you know pioneer in his field and really started talking about the dangers singers of processed foods and agricultural type byproducts really early on in the nineteen twenties. And we're just now starting to the repercussions of that too great resource I love it. And lastly any parting advice. You WanNa leave with our listeners. Today can be related to babyhood or something entirely separate for me. It's about parenting and it's something I've learned these less fourteen months and really it's just about being gentle with yourself. You know all the podcasts and all the books and all the blogs you know you're you're GONNA have high standards out therefore why should feed my baby you know liver and bone broth and potatoes `tatoes every day and you know as a parent like you can't always do that. Even we don't always do that. I thought for sure I would at least make some of Della Zone pureed. Hey baby food but I haven't I feed her kids and it's just do the best you can with what you've got. You're doing a a great job in that vein. My advice would be that if there's one thing you do as a parent it's avoid. Shame both Tamed Yourself. As serenity is describing nobody's perfect but also shames the kid you know like I would have a lot of behavior challenges. I did a lot of things that adults adults didn't like and I kept took on this idea that I'm bad and that You know fundamentally worthless and incapable that is GonNa take a lifetime to undo you and so obviously we need to redirect lers behavior and we need to help them learn healthy behaviors and lifestyle and we just have to be really careful that we never instill the message that there's anything wrong with them that they're bad or that they're wrong in any way and so to me. That's the most important thing that no matter. What you do as a parent you the combat the shame that society puts on kids and avoid shaming them yourself? I absolutely loved that. I say that's my kids often too. 'cause I don't think that was something I was given given earlier. I know my parents loved me. But that was never really reinforces. I tell my kids all the time that I love them absolutely unconditionally. And there's literally nothing they could ever do. That would change that Just I WANNA make sure they have that anger. I think you're so right both of you. That's a perfect place to end you. You guys are so easy to interview. That was amazing. I love both of you. I love what you're doing and I'm so grateful to who can be part of this journey with you. Thank you for your time today. Thank you so much as little lasting you Katie. For All you do and near six kids and thanks thanks to all of you for listening and sharing one of your most valuable resources your time with all three of us today. We're so grateful that you did. And I hope that you will join me again on the next episode of the wellness. Honest Mama podcast. If you're enjoying these interviews would you please take two minutes to leave a rating or review on I tunes for me. Doing this helps more people to find the podcast which means even more moms and families can benefit from the information. I really appreciate your time and thanks as always for listening..
"nine teaspoons" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Hundred fifty calories wow fifty three grams of saturated fat forty seven hundred milligrams of sodium the problem with that forty seven hundred yeah not only have one yeah milligram what sucks about meals like that is you're hungry about an hour later because a lot of that is oil and right oil fills up your stomach a lot faster but bone like three out of there yeah and and that's no by now that is in no boy now it tell tell me what that burger is again okay ready yeah deep fried cheese curds all right on top of lettuce tomato onion American cheese man ETS based sauce all on a beef Patty and two strips of bacon while the two I don't know and and on top of that can you imagine you go to order that you like can I have it lettuce wrap to please okay here's another one hi this is meals at the outback steakhouse it's called the herb roasted herb roasted prime rib and it's the meat plus dress with baked potato blue cheese wedge side and a half a loaf of bread with butter twenty four hundred calories twenty four hundred calories in one prime rib in one yeah one male yes all year you got it misty nailed it I aid of vanilla ice cream with pineapple salted caramel pride hi crossed piece milkshake only because it online so that the not so great at sonic is two thousand calories about this though is twenty nine teaspoons of sugar in it twenty yeah twenty nine teaspoons of sugar that is an incredible meal wow the triple nine teaspoons of sugar the triple stack at Wendy's is a thousand calories that's not bad that's not bad at all now let me see what my my beyond epic Callie burrito is at del taco just a fake meat burrito it is okay let's see here I'm navigating but while you're doing that I'll tell you Dickey's barbecue pit yeah the three meat plate is twenty five hundred calories one male this this this rocks everything red lobster create your own kick combination it's lobster steak and salmon thirty six hundred calories I know how you do you go back to work after that yeah thirty six hundred calories and what you're supposed to survive the rest of the day oh my gosh are you ready for this yeah now I might not have this again the calories not bad eight hundred sixty and what is a meal again this is the epic beyond Callie yeah it's like French fries the beyond me guacamole is in there L. Todd rice beans yeah okay protein thirty three grams that's good all right chapter forty four grams not bad yeah great I get a lot of avocado there the globally sodium ever gone thank god sixteen hundred sixty milligram my god but that's what you need for flavor if you're gonna take me out that's the thing you did you needed what is what is the Netflix show heat acids fat and salt whatever that is and yes if you don't have the fat you need to replace it with something well you know that the fork reporter always says pepper is a is a flavored changer salt is a flavor enhancer all right we're live on K. five been shot in the chest in downtown LA near Hayward hotel spring street the victim's condition is unknown which was taken to a local says police are still trying to find the shooter Ellie city fires main spokesperson accused of threatening an uber driver in studio city may be able to avoid criminal charges a newer drivers claimed he got into an argument with Peter Sanders behind a trader Joe's in June he said Sanders then shoved him in the chest threaten to arrest him and pulled up behind him twice with lights and sirens on the LA times reports Sanders will privately meet with a hearing officer in October to take part in a diversion program and avoid an arrest record a gas leak in Orange County is shown why homeowners are supposed to call before digging a back hit a gas line and moments later a spark of static electricity created a six foot tall flame it happens too often but in this case so cal gas is David bush because he says it's just a demonstration showing what could happen if people dig without checking what's under the ground we had over three thousand damages to our underground natural gas pipelines of which over half of them nobody called a one one point twenty five or thirty captain John yours is it takes a lot of manpower to control the scene roughly around four engines two trucks in the chief officer years as it often takes hours to fix keeping firefighters mother emergencies in Irvine Kristin Carl okay fine you the mayor has held audience with the pope our city is met with pope Francis at the Vatican Garcetti says they talked climate change young people poverty and immigration the mayor city was moved by the pope's inspired words about things that will shape the future of the world and was glad to have the chance to talk about mutual work to save the planet he also said his holiness shared greetings for the people of Los Angeles are said he's been overseas on a personal trip since last weekend a part of the trip has been paid for by C. forty which is made up of ninety four cities working to implement the goals of the Paris agreement our city is scheduled to return to LA tomorrow afternoon Amy came KFI news let's check traffic.
"nine teaspoons" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast
"In a row ever in history. If things are going in the right direction with all due respect. I submit they are not but with respect to grain. What we see is. While we in America is not genetically modified. None the less. It is still sprayed with this verb. Assign glide state a weed killer because farmers have been convinced spray their wheat with because it'll right in it. It'll dry it defecates more quickly. They can spark market EMMY or money, so we based foods from weight Dr in America are threatening because of their client say confident because of their gluten content and because they are high in carbohydrate low in fiber. I if you're eating a lot of week based foods, you're not eating other foods, which may very well. Be good for you. So we discussed ingrained rain five years ago, the notion that. You can be sensitive to gluten and not have Celia and that with some challenging to this day. Tristesse dietitians write blogs about brain brain saying, look, if you don't have to late disease, you should be eating a lot of good for you. Well, because they didn't want to believe that there is something non Celia gluten sensitivity, which is what we described ingrained brain. And it was rejected in both medical and nutritional communities. So a how validating it was that the journal of the American Medical cessation in two thousand seventeen in research published from Harvard School of medicine fully validated. The notion of non Celia sensitivity and even further than that indicated that this day face in issue in humans that they can have since the tippety issues related to gluten. Nothing to do to cut the brain joins skin and fit hige and other issues. So it's been a very high degree validation for what really was very disruptive. Here's ago in that respect for people listening. Is it going gluten free? Or is it the low sugar, or what are some things that they should be looking out for and thinking about as it relates to their diet is actually both. And I'll tell you why that's torn because Chris if you go to your grocery store and walked down the gluten free. I'll you're gonna see foods that are hugely threatened to your life because her high in sugar gluten free breads cakes pastas pie filling you name it. And so it's not just the going free. That is important avoiding sugar. I believe is the number one issue of our time and artificial sweeteners by virtue of the fact that they threatened gut bacteria as well and our associate with a BCS diabetes. So I think it's it's the two I think we should be as this candy, but definitely sugar and understanding where. Coming from its in the hidden sources of sugar are everywhere. Eighty percent of foods at a standard grocery store have added under. No. We don't talk about it. And I guess you don't ask to orange juice, but even your twelve ons last of orange juice has nine teaspoons of sugar thirty six grams of sugar Emmanuel drank a can of coke not that I'm saying that's a good idea..
"nine teaspoons" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"The patrol says are dicey roads have contributed to at least eighty eight crashes. Seventy-nine spinouts and eight jackknifed semi is not to mention the big truck fire that shut down part of interstate ninety four near Clearwater this afternoon. It indeed has been one of those days when many people just ask themselves. Why do we live here? The car was sliding by itself the brakes on full but still sliding, but I made it to work the streets. You don't you can't tell too there's so much in there. But it's you just gotta drive slow WC CEO's, Mike Lynch with the details. Tomorrow war snow from late morning through the afternoon. Rush hour three to four inches and possibly over six inches of snow from late Wednesday into Thursday. And then another batch of Arctic air moves in for the first part of the coming weekend. Stay with us for the latest on our changing weather conditions right here on the radio online at WCC radio dot com and on the radio dot com app. What started as a traffic stop on interstate ninety four in Wisconsin last night, ended with two Minnesotans busted with three hundred thousand dollars worth of meth. Interstate ninety four's become well known for being a corridor for drug runners and state troopers are on the lookout for suspicious activity when they do pull someone over Wisconsin state patrol. Sergeant Pat Kratky says becomes apparent some people that are transporting, you know, whether it be illegal narcotics guns things of that nature. They tend to stay more nervous throughout the whole stop last night just outside or Claire he says they pulled the car over and a canine found sixteen pounds of math inside a duffel bag. He says he sees meth as an even bigger issue than heroin, quite frankly, I would consider it more of a epidemic at this point, Susie Jones WCC. Oh, there's. A special election tomorrow in Minnesota that most people don't even know about the eleventh Senate district is open after governor walls named Tony Laurie. As is human services Commissioner, Larry son stew is running the DFL side, and Jason Rorick is running on the Republican ticket and John Byron Bach. Who is a pro marijuana candidates running as well WC political analyst blows also says it's all about the balance of power. So for Republicans. This is gives them one more vote, and that allows them to have a little more leeway on some key policies is the district has been represented by Democrats for more than two decades corn farmers in the United States. And here in Minnesota are not happy with Budweiser. After a commercial that ran during the Super Bowl shed a negative light on corn syrup. Some farmers say they are getting a bad rap when it comes to court syrup, but some health experts say the ingredients are very harmful has there's links to chronic diseases like obesity and diabetes among other issues. And so if we can try to eliminate that from our diet, we it will be a lot healthier. Natalie Aikman is with the Hennepin healthcare. She says women should only consume about six teaspoons of sugar a day and men about nine teaspoons a day. Take a look at your WC CO weather tonight, mostly cloudy skies, low of three tomorrow, snow develops with slick roads and a high of eighteen right now, we have a few clouds and it's six above. It w radio dot com. Are WBZ news time is eight oh, six more on these and other stories go to W radio dot com. I'm Ed Gerland W C C O..
"nine teaspoons" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast
"A with a prescription. And that's what modern medicine is all about, you know, it's it's really not typical that you're going to then be transferred to a dietitian. It's gonna spend an hour and a half with you and walk you through what inner missed intermittent fasting is all about a how did identify hidden sources of gluten at the grocery store at cetera. But these are the types of interventions that people are really desperate for because there's no downside, and they oftentimes can bring about significant improvements in patients who've been struggling. And so one of the things that you mentioned, obviously that people have precondition that if if you had Sealy disease, then you would be sensitive to gluten problem. Clearly, that's the yet you try to dispel rain brain in the fact that you don't have to have this overt condition to reacted negatively. Gluten nothing that keeps diet can be very helpful for things it adds. But I also think that a lot of benefit comes from things that you buy definition half to remove namely sugars, and certain grains, and we gluten especially and how we looking at like, let's say somebody tries to kill diet. They don't wanna stay strict to the start incorporating other foods back what is your guest sales pitch to people of sure adds Miller foods back in if you want but stay away from the gluten containing foods more specifically in for what reasons. I would say that the biggest culprit is not going to be gluten it's going to be sugar and gluten is really important. It's on the list. But I think, you know, the real issue in the modern American western diet is the amount of sugar and refined carbohydrates that that raise blood sugar, and ultimately lead to insulin resistance, and in my world that has a huge impact on brain function. So. I think that people really need to gain some deep understanding about sugar, you know, where you find it. And what the types of sugar are that are out there. People seem to think, well, you know, I'm on a sugar free diet, a low sugar diet, and you start your day with a twelve ounce glass of orange juice and a bowl of of yogurt. And you know, the the reality is you're bump, barring your body right off the bat with foods that you think are good, but are loaded with sugar. There's nine grams of sugar in a twelve ounce glass of orange juice, rather thirty six grams, which is nineteenth spoons of sugar nine teaspoons of white sugar in a glass of OJ. Now you couple that with, you know, your croissant or your whole grain bread, and you know, your blood sugars are going to skyrocket right off the bat. You're insulin's going to skyrocket. Your blood sugars will plummet and you'll be craving carbs by noontime that said. Said you know, what how do people respond to those events of their their metabolism that basically again, another carbohydrate load, and they're they're just locked in people. Have this just crazy idea that natural sugar is a better choice. Whether it's natural cane sugar natural coconut sugar or Agabi nectar. I mean what youthful word? A Gava nectar the fruit of the gods. Well, the reality is these are all sugar, and God, they might well be one of the most dangerous sugars that has ever been mistakenly a promoted, I mean, people say, well, you know, it's not going to raise your glucose level. And you're not gonna have an insulin response very much. That's true. The reason being is because it's so darn high in focus even higher than high fructose corn syrup, so you're dramatically increasing your risk for non alcoholic fatty liver disease, as well as body wide inflammation in raising of your triglycerides, everything.
"nine teaspoons" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Help you avoid depression and memory loss know, one of them was eat only good natural fats and the other one was avoid factory fats right enough third one, which is maybe two and a half drink eight to ten glasses of water a day. So if you're struggling with depression, we believe it is also important to eat, you know, maybe two to four is a protein at each meal and snack. And why protein animal protein breaks down them into amino acids, and these amino acids convert into neurotransmitters and people have heard about serotonin? So they know that somewhere neuro transmitter, so it's that helps combat depression. We know that. Right. So think about this. If you're a vegetarian and you're not eating a lot of protein. What can you eat to support your neurotransmitter production, and we see clients like this on often? Don't we? Oh, we do we have an idea on this. And so we're gonna talk about what you can do if you're a vegetarian how to add in some of these foods. Yeah. Yeah. And we'll get to that in just a moment. I believe so when we laughed we were talking about adding those good fats in having maybe a tablespoon at each meal snack. But if you don't want to jump right in maybe a couple of teaspoons, so just a couple. Ideas on what people could do would be, you know, having some almond butter or even some natural peanut butter on apple slices, which is very oh. So delicious and great for our brain. Right. Right. But then if you want to add in both the fats and the protein mix some deviled eggs love it, you know. And if you make deviled eggs with avocado male or safflower mayonnaise. It's great for the brain. And if you use eggs from pastured, chickens, these egg yokes contain a special type of fat that makes up sixty percent of your of the fact that senior brain, right? So it's if you eat those kind of jokes that's good for your brain. So this special fat is called DHA, and it's a special kind of a mega three fatty acid and. Nutritionally. How important DHA is. Because where do you find it? I hate in breast milk. Right. So about thirty percent of breast milk is this DHA fat. And it's there to help the baby's brain. So deviled eggs made with avocado mayonnaise. That's a great brain food and yummy yummy. And so if you serve deviled eggs with a few carrots and celery sticks maybe some apple slices and a few black hours. Yeah. You've got a good brain food. You. Sure do. So remember DHA founded epochs from pastured chickens. Those are the chickens that are running around eating grass. Yes. Kinda hard right now. Yeah. It's a bit chilly out there. Find some grass. So most people need four hundred to six hundred milligrams of DHA for good brain function. So one egg. Yeah. From pasture chicken has about one hundred milligrams Senate. So if you're eating three of those you're getting three hundred milligrams of DHA simple. Good to go. Yeah. And that's the thing to people are like, I can eat eggs. Yeah. You can eat eggs. And now, you have another reason to eat them for some good, brain nourishment. Yes. Eight that's another question. We get you can eat a hang eggs and butter is complete. While I'm counseling clients. I try to help them understand that food is brain Madison. And I've even gone as far as to say that food is as powerful as most medicines. Yes, it is a lottery search out there that will support that. I know I know you may not want to hear that you won't hear that from most medical doctors. But we're not medical doctors were nutritionists, and we know food, and we know when you eat, right. You feel better. And you think better I see it. I hear it every day from client for my clients that nutrition changes lives and just like melanie's client earlier, we spoke about she feels it. Get rid of that, anxiety and depression. So you have to have a desire to have better brain chemistry. So you have to buy in and agreed to give your brain good nutrition consistently, keyword, Dr. You know, that means not just for a day or even just a week. But every day, what are you eating every day? That's the stuff is gonna make a difference having good nutrition one day. And then maybe having a beer and pizza every Friday night. It's not gonna cut it. Now. It's so let's face it. Some of us including me, I must eat consistently. You know, eat eat, right. Every day to feel right? I know that I get enough. I get more anxious. Yes. I think I mean that's true for everyone. And there's varying degrees of how food affects people's brain chemistry. Right. And some people are much more sensitive. So they have to eat more perfectly, right? That's why I do this job. So as we've already said, our brain is made up of at least sixty percent fat. So again, we teach clients a lot of fat. Don't wait. We really do it all but seven tablespoons of healthy fat every day. Right. Yeah. It's a good habit. And and we want and what we talked about earlier is including the butter olive oil, coconut oil avocados, even full-fat whipping cream olives nuts. I mean, we want you to include that several times a day. So we have a client story that I wanna share with you today about food habits that do not support good brain function. You know, when I first saw this client. She was struggling with depression ADHD, compulsive behaviors and shares about one hundred pounds overweight should joint pains hormonal issues. And what was her poor food habit? This is kind of shocking. It is she was drinking ten cans of coke a day. Wow. And you know, when she went off to college. She was healthy. She was fit shoes. Young. And then she started drinking ten cans of coca day. It was because she said she didn't like the food service. Oh, wow. And somehow in her brain, she believed drinking coke was okay. Because coke was low fat. So this thing about this each Canaccord contains thirty six grams of carbs or nine teaspoons of sugar. Thank which means. She was drinking ninety. Teaspoons of sugar per day. I have a stomach ache this poor food habit. Went on for over three years. Oh my goodness. So what happened? It started of course with insulin resistance and severe hormonal imbalance in overtime. She gained a hundred pounds and then things happen to her brain. And I can tell that we have to go on break. We'll come back to our story. Yes. I sure need to finish that one. You're listening to dishing up nutrition, we know protein is important for neurotransmitter production. Antidepressants don't make nearer transmitters only protein makes neurotransmitters. So if you're a vegetarian in you're depressed, which we have found is quite common and some of our clients what you can eat several times a day to get the essential protein your body needs. What can you add in? So here's a few suggestions for you make a protein shake using some of the wellness way protein powder. Great easy, and you might have to drink that more than once a day. That's right. You could even scramble three whole eggs and serve them over a plate full. Eventually yummy toast. You can even toast, a good quality slice of bread and put some cottage cheese on their top with your favorite berry. And then slide it in the toaster and let the KYW's cheese kind of mouth kids even love. Oh, yeah. That sounds delicious or another simple one is boil to eggs at ace when a bowl of cottage cheese and then smash it all together or make some deviled eggs. Yes. Dr is talking about earlier, so we can help create menus for vegetarians all the time. So you're getting enough protein, and we'd like to help you if you need.
"nine teaspoons" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"Let's look at the photo. So let's go fund me to get a little signs that say sucks and then send them to the franchisees. Like, hey Papa John's son. We get some pizza. So I could pay my rent. I'm a rebel Papa. John's renegade. Papa John's franchisee there. Yeah. Why had that idea for free a still want to look into? How Papa John's became so popular in the first place. I think it's just the sugar is like because America so much sugar in their blood. It was like everything needed some sugar in it just to like get back to base level. Like the way drug addict needs to get right? Get get right by having a couple of bumps. It's really bad. You never have Papa John's. No, I didn't grow up near any though, not really around in Boston Dave were around or just right up. Yeah. We had Little Caesars, and we popaginos marva gino's. Do is weird when it comes to fast food, it has like sort of its own universe. A lot of subway's. We have Deandra LO's. Yeah. Ooh. Ooh, dandelos. Do they have the the sober on tight around? How does it feel sugars? All the guys ripped and you can kind of see their Dicks. Video. Rotating. Can I've list pubic hair my Tunis? That's gross. A watchdog group is trying to end something called freak shakes in the UK. My I didn't even know about he told me about well, you know, I I didn't know term freak shake, but this group action on sugar they're trying to at the very least label like ovary sugary milkshakes. If not outright ban over sugar. Ovary? Sugar -ly over sugar -ly, the sweet taste of over delicious. And it's you know, it can't be replaced. But yeah, these things they've leveled is freak shakes are just things are like they're like thousand plus calories. Milkshakes with like, you know, like ten times the daily sugar, you would need for human being so one that they point out to a place in UK, Toby Carvey, and I could be saying that all wrong because I've never been there. So could be Toby Carvey. I dunno holler at me and my mentions. Shame me, but they have a thing called the unicorn freak shake, and it has twelve hundred eighty calories as well. As over six times recommended daily amount of sugar for children, and I guess so that's like around thirty nine teaspoons. And then they also called out the five guys banana and chocolate shake one thousand seventy three calories with the equivalent of sugar of more than four cans of Coca Cola now. Well, that's not bad then we'll by comparison. Right. So they also this article is talk about the a medium butterfinger blizzard from d q only has. Seven hundred thirty calories. Okay. Was. Voter with the butterfinger blizzard is like you're like control where they're like see you could be as good as good for people as the butterfinger blizzard. I just you know, I like the peanut BUSTER Parfait to be honest, if I'm d q gin McCue on. What would the peanut BUSTER is this like a bunch of peanuts in sugar, and it's it's like soft serve with chocolate hot fudge peanuts. Peanuts. You know? That's the way to do it mobile butterfinger blizzard big buddy blitz guy. But he believes you know, I understand what they're trying to do. Because obviously for young kids. You can't be giving a child that. But look if I'm a fucking weird adult, and I'm just trying to act on my childhood fantasies like you can have two scoops of ice cream. You know, what let me be an adult and make those wild decisions for myself and drink the two pound milkshake from McConnell's ice cream. Maybe they should come with you know, how like cigarettes have warnings on. It's like they show you a diseased lung like what if they just show you like the amount of sugar that is in there. Right. And like what you'll look like after you drink it like just like a necrotizing toe from diabetes or something. So you're saying sugar is bad for kids. I don't know we we may we had it..
"nine teaspoons" Discussed on House of Carbs
"Well, look first of all feels like miss rookies is is kind of a family place. They've got a vibe go. I have no idea. I didn't look up miss Ricky's before hearing about this story. So I hope it's not a hipster joint. I hope it's the kind of place where you know. I it's obviously kid-friendly if they're put no fun. But here's an house. You have a kid a little boy who's just as much of a dumb ass as my little boy. And if you fed them a meal like that, my son would probably commit I dunno homicide after throwing up, they're not permitted to eat the whole thing. You're like I would let them have to bites that would be it like take twirl get some of the pop tart in there. Get some of the, you know, chocolate get some of the sprinkles, and that's an incentive back just. Yeah. Yes. Yes. Most people aren't smart parents like we are some people are gonna bring their kids eat that whole thing. And then the kids going to be running like a forty four. Forty yard dash speaking of sugar stuff. So did you denote a freak shake is? No, speaking of speaking of Belgium massage. I thought this is something Cardi B came up with. But apparently, not a freak shake. It's those new milkshakes. That people are making that have like all the extra stuff in them. It's like a mash up of drink dessert toppings and some of these freak shakes. I'm reading from an article in the guardian contain as much as thirty nine teaspoons of sugar. So it's like these these special milkshakes that have you know, it's a vanilla milkshake. But it also has chocolate chip brownie ground into it with bananas, and strawberries, and they just basically overloaded they make it like the dream team of milkshakes. I I'm out on that. It's not for us. Right. It's not for you. Or me. I don't know that for a fourteen year old boy me is it like a dare kind of of thing that you do. I mean, it's sometimes like five guys has when they have a banana and chocolate shake. That the sugar it's part of sugar where nece week. That's why we've found out about this. I see the five guys banana and chocolate shake contains thirty seven teaspoons of sugar. It's a quiver of drinking more than four cans of cola in a row. It has there's a Toby 'carvery a family restaurant chain, which is been singled out for survey of the most shocking shake that has thirty nine teaspoons of sugar in it. An average twenty five year old need to jog from nearly three hours back in the house for five hours to burn off the calories or nephew..
"nine teaspoons" Discussed on The Jump
"Go, I'm into the logo. If this happens is doing too much here. I think for separate those two cases, no ending. I think then Percival is healthy last when he last played. He played well, he showed he could still play and most probably fits a need as a versatile complaints stretch for can guard multiple positions. He fits a need. No, that's the one that kind of spreads my head on because he when this play, it didn't look good, and he's a big one. They ought to have Gordon Chang times. Gibson there have call limping towns. There's not a whole lot of need for another big bit. You're right. And they also have Justin patented. He drafted last year. So where does? No. But I mean, you know, working in Phoenix what you wanna do. If you're a coach, you want to get all your allies in a locker, and now you've got five of them. You've got your, you've got rose. You've got Jimmy Butler. Gibson Noah in possibly, dang, and you've got to roster spots and for a coach who's kind of, yeah, we're going to hear some little turmoil, Minnesota this year. You want to have your own guys in that locker room there. Can you say, I know that their stuff you can say on the. Aronoff off air, but what can you say on the air about the situation in Minnesota? Because I really feel like every day it's a little bit the stories a little bit different, Karl Anthony towns extension. I would have thought that would have been done by now and now we're in a little bit of standstill. Is it over years? Possibly. Minnesota wants to go the route of offering him five years and maybe towns wants to, you know, a shorter contract to be a free agent in in three or four years, but that for me, that's the team team them in Washington, our team turmoil does your based on. They had success lashed year after what? Fifteen or sixteen years. And now it's, you know, how do you get, especially with the Lakers being as good as possibly they can be their chance of not being an playoffs this year. That's a very strong chance. And the part is hard tips can fill his lock with as many of his guys as he wants. But if it ends up the the two guys that you're trying to convince get on board or also the two highest paid players and aren't going anywhere and publicly the face of the franchise you, it's. That's a war. You're not gonna win. That's in in this NBA even when you're both the client and the president, and in the case of ten. Yeah, you can't. You can't win that war because it's a players league in. Those are the two players that are people most identify the timbers with an old commercial reference. A lot of people. Oh, okay. Everyone at this table is old enough to get. I'm just saying means trying to pretend he's younger than he is coming up. Kevin pelton says the raptors deserve an a an a grade for their offseason, but does our panel agree I though here's our distant replay, this date, nine hundred ninety nine teaspoon. Bringing home. Let's see. Confetti them. That is so cool to watch. We'll be talking a lot of WB later in this show, it is a big. I'll be there when I to does. Susana w. John is Bronte by Coors light, the world's most Streep -freshing beard. I just saved hundreds of dollars by switching to.
"nine teaspoons" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Everybody's dying the amount of sugar is pretty amazing what people take in each year but it's well understood that sugar contributes to obesity we know that and that americans consume too much of it in the journal of nature communications they found that sugars actually toxic in research at the university of utah gave my sa died of about twenty five percent extra sugar in the equivalent of the human diet plus three cans of soda a day the female mice on this a diet died at twice the rate of the control mice in the male mice did not experiment the same way they did reproduce as well as male mice in the normal sugar diet so the reason behind the gender differences in clear but experts say the humans may respond differently than mice to equivalent sugar boost we know that one hundred percent that too much sugar is going to kill you early for sure that's christopher he's a phd and assistant professor at the apartments of pediatrics and psychiatry at the school of medicine in mount sinai so this study in collaboration with other mounting evidence shows that sugar is really terrible for you in recent studies the american heart association recommended that women consume northern sixteen spoons of added sugar day why men should have no more than nine teaspoons added sugars are typically found in soft drinks candies cookies or other desserts it is it's killer no doubt about it and everything from diabetes to the different challenges that we face every day obesity the rise of obesity it's incredible the more we learn the more we teach the more we educate it's like the more obese and overweight were becoming in that's a challenge within itself so the percentage i think is up to sixty eight percent of americans are overweight and almost thirty eight percent obese we definitely need to work on and again hopefully getting a handle on our lifestyle choices are what's going to matter more than just about anything and understanding how our choices really impact our overall health makes a tremendous difference along the way triple eight two eight three seven two seven to give us a call you're listening to on call.
"nine teaspoons" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Sugar is something listen everybody's dying and the amount of sugar is pretty amazing of what people take in each year but it's well understood that sugar contributes to be city we know that and that americans consume too much of it in the journal of nature communications they found that sugars actually toxic and research at the university of utah gave mice edyta about twenty five percent extra sugar in the equivalent of the human diet plus three kansas soda a day the female mice on this diet died at twice the rate of the control mice in the male mice did not experiment the same way they did reproduce as well as male mice in the normal sugar diet so the reason behind the gender differences that clear but experts say the humans may respond differently than mice to equivalent sugar boost we know that one hundred percent that too much sugar is going to kill you early for sure that's christopher ochsner he's a phd and assistant professor at the parts of pediatrics and psychiatry at the school medicine in mount sinai so this study in collaboration with other mounting evidence shows that sugar is really terrible for you in recent studies the american heart association recommended that women consume northern sixteen spoons of added sugar day why men should have no more than nine teaspoons added sugars are typically found in soft drinks candies cookies or other desserts it is it's killer no doubt about it and everything from diabetes to the different challenges that we face every day obesity the rise of obesity it's incredible the more we learn the more we teach the more we educate it's like the more obese and overweight we're becoming in that's a challenge within itself so the percentage i think he's up to sixty eight percent of americans are overweight and almost thirty eight percent or obese was something we definitely need to work on again hopefully getting a handle on our lifestyle choices are what's going to matter more than just about anything and understanding how our choices really impact our overall health makes a tremendous difference along the way triple eight two eight three seventy seven to give us a call you're listening to on call radio let's go to.
"nine teaspoons" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Sugar is something in everybody's died in the amount of sugar is pretty amazing what people take in each year but it's well understood that sugar contributes to be city we know that and that americans consume too much of it in the journal of nature communications they found that sugars actually toxic and research at the university of utah gave my died about twenty five percent extra sugar in the equivalent of the human diet plus three kansas soda a day the female mice on this diet died at twice the rate of the control mice in the male mice did not experiment the same way they did reproduce as well as male mice in the normal sugar diet so the reason behind the gender differences in clear but experts say the humans may respond differently than mice to equivalent sugarbased we know that one hundred percent that too much sugar is going to kill you early for sure that's christopher austin he's a phd and assistant professor of pediatrics and psychiatry at the school in medicine in mount sinai so this study in collaboration with other mounting evidence shows that sugar is really terrible for you in recent studies the american heart association recommended that women consume northern sixtee spoons of added sugar day why men should have no more than nine teaspoons added sugars are typically found in soft drinks candies cookies or other desserts it is it's killer no doubt about it and everything from diabetes to the different challenges that we face every day obesity the rise of obesity it's incredible the more we learn the more we teach the more we educate it's like the more obese and overweight were becoming in that's a challenge within itself so the percentage i think he's up to sixty eight percent of americans are overweight and almost thirty eight percent or obese we definitely need to work on it again hopefully getting a handle on our lifestyle choices are what's going to matter more than just about anything and understanding how our choices really impact our overall health makes a tremendous difference along the way triple eight two eight three seven two seven to give us a call you're listening to oncall radio let's go to alex now hi alex i'm calling for some time.
"nine teaspoons" Discussed on KGO 810
"Let's be real about it okay now let's talk about unrefined sugar in place of ordinary sugar let me give you what i believe this is my heartfelt belief and you're going to i believe that all the corn syrup and fake sugars are horrible for you compared to just sugar cane sugar it's not that simple some of them are good for years so that's really i think what we need to recognize is that whether it's maple syrup which is a natural source and actually has some antioxidants honey which has some good health properties once your body is digesting these things it's all added sugar and there's a lot of reasons why we don't want to consume too many too many added sugars but the cap for women is sixteenth spoons a day the cat for men is nine teaspoons a day and you really want to stick with that no matter of it high fructose corn syrup or something you know more innocent sounding like even fruit juice concentrate so an example of fruit juice concentrate could be apple juice concentrate or pear juice concentrate that's just another form of added sugar so there's first of all i didn't even know there was pear juice concentrates i've learned something right here you see that a lot on you know like health food cookies type of thing but here's the deal when everybody was just eating refined sugar from sugarcane when everybody was just eating that nobody was as fat as they are now and people are a lot more fat so i tend to go well cause and effect you're saying no not really because at the same time you know we could talk about how our lifestyles have changed ron computers more probably less active you know and if you look at certain other data where you see soda consumption has actually gone down but our weights are going up so there are a lot of factors that play but what we do know is that there's a lot of added sugar and packaged foods it's coming in places where you're you're not even suspecting it so even if you're passing on dessert you're still consuming too much added sugar it's in brad it's in a salad dressings pasta sauce soup you granola yogurt so no matter what you know.
"nine teaspoons" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker
"And and then number three the one that dr serotonin down fructose sugar it certainly raises dopamine gaming know sugars pleasurable we don't argue that jurors in a 4th of july apple pie and no valentine's day but triggered actually down certain and of course are we are consuming double our sugar left in this country was supposed to be consuming six to nine teaspoons of at a trigger per day maximum and we are up at eight t at nineteen point five so as another reason for serotonin to below so if you eat real food you're gonna get more trip defamed more omega3s less fructose cook for yourself minute about antidepressants than that tells the people take that affect serotonin endeavour mean in their brains because you know not knowing more than sort of the average person i heard about and had to presents to act on the dopamine in your brain and it's the binary that we're talking about is kind of like the the dopamine is temporary and pleasure focused in bad and the serotonin is longlasting and good will that's a little simplification at her a we can go there are still so this thing about serotonin neurons that's really cool is they have auto receptors it's kind of like the thermostat in your house you can set it to whatever level it's at k and then it will stay there and so when it goes below the heat turns on when it goes above the he turns often it just basically keeps you there so the serotonin auto receptor does that to the serotonin neurons it's a feat back onto the same neuro so basically what it says is don't fire too fast but also don't fire too slow just keep nice even keel now if you're serotonin depleted than you need more sir tonen that's where the ssris come in because what they're doing is they're inhibiting the reuptake which means they stay in the synapse longer but that's not gonna make you have more is just gonna bring you back to.
"nine teaspoons" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Sugar is something is in everybody's diet via the amount of sugar is pretty amazing of what people take in each year that is well understood that sugar contributes to obesity we know that and that americans consumed too much of it in the journal of nature communications they found that sugars acts of toxic and research at the university of utah gave mice a died of 25 percent extra sugar in the equivalent of the human diet plus three kansas soda a day the female mice on this die diet died at twice the rate of the control mice and though the male mice did not experiment in the same way they did reproduce as well as male mice in the normal sugar diet so the reason behind the gender differences clear but experts say the humans may respond differently than mice to equivalent sugar boost we know that one hundred percent that too much agree is going to kill you early for sure that's chris for auctioner he's a phd an assistant professor at the department of pediatrics in psychiatry at the school of medicine in mount sinai so this study in collaboration with other mounting evidence shows that sugar is really terrible for you in a recent studies the american heart association recommended that women consumed more than six teaspoons of added sugar daewoo men should have no more than nine teaspoons added sugars are typical found in soft drinks candies cookies or other desserts it is it's killer no doubt about it and everything from diabetes to the different challenges that we face every day obesity and the rise of obesity it's incredible the more we learned the more we teach the mortgage kate it's like the more obese in overweight were becoming in that's a challenge within itself so you know the the percentage i think he's up to sixty eight percent of americans are overweight and almost thirty eight percent are obese those so that we definitely need to work on in again hopefully getting a handle on our lifestyle choices are what's going to matter more than just about anything understanding howard choices really impact our overall health makes a tremendous difference along the way triple eight two eight three seven seven to give us a call you're listening.
"nine teaspoons" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Type 2 diabetics there are eighty six million americans who are prediabetic which means that they are on the verge of fullblown diabetes we are consuming way too much sugar and most of the sure we're consuming is actually hidden by manufacturers so that were getting this sweet hit that we want so badly but don't realize hamas sugars in there so is the point of demonstration i've brought for you um a visual of how sugar we're consuming so the american heart association recommends that men consume nine teaspoons of added sugar is a day that women consume 60s wounds ventures a day about one hundred calories for women instructor andre and fifty for men added sugar is in sodas and cakes cookies things that manufacturers add to the product so you have your sweet it how how much should we be taken because some sugar is beneficial isn't it absolutely so there's natural sugars and fruits and vegetables and what i try to explain to people is that the reason why even though this is sugar the reason and why this sugar is better is because it also has fiber minerals vitamins and other fighter nutrients and so it's the sugar package that is good when it comes of fruits and vegetables though it still has sugar versus the sugar package for something like soda or sweetened tea or a slice of cake which has known attritional value whatsoever so it's not just how much sugar consuming it's way you're getting that sugar from that matters he will look at things like healthy salad dressings healthy yogurt healthy cereals that have a lot of brandon we we in it and.