9 Burst results for "Sedentarism"

"sedentarism" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

03:59 min | 10 months ago

"sedentarism" Discussed on The Playbook

"You felt like my whole life been preparing for this to the values in your moral compass satellite radio yang yang every day that we Failure the never done it with full. Hold on a minute. My moral compass of my music beginning and we should be out to get through this summer. Now and you know that's great for your own mind said but you had so many employees in people relying on you. How were you able to communicate or inspire The others around you to have that similar mindset that you know what things have changed accelerated in some respect But we're prepared for this as a company as a whole. What were some of the things that you did as a leader to inspire those people that may not have had the same confidence that you had a great on. get out at the be very visible on He used on the tools that we had but didn't really is not such as the summer team streaming video conferencing a whole company on. I we sell the this outside. Anyone in the company could also me question lie even enormously through the functions. I fell like it really all the talk questions sarah to the data in the latest year so accessibility is a big deal. Intended strike with rational tourism side. One that we really can control in the mindset just a bit like a whole scene On control the competition by control buy-sell and unsettling. We tried to this day morning. Ten a line not won't can we draw mindset. Was the sean. So he told law about is super smart. Will one of the other things that you're known for with precourt. I'm sure helped evaluation of the you know the peleton acquisition. You've been known as someone who's a customer of yours and utilized it for years and years. Is you have a reputation as a company to listening to your customers for your inspiration. You really are customer. Centric The evolution of you know different Quit that you've done. It seemed to me that you always were on the cutting edge because you know as you have these people who utilize your equipment. You're listening to them for what inspire them and where to go. Which doesn't surprise me as you in peleton have married because both are very customer centric in providing to that you internalize that as well your customer at that first time became your own employees but then it seemed as if you started listening to the customers outside again to figure out how best to maximize the change. What were some of the things that you are hearing. And how did you react to the customer throughout kobe. yeah are they. The customers wanted hell in basis debasement. Obviously a backhaus my customers customer site the members of all the The gyms data sedentarism beaten hotel education based places multifamily Clear guidance on safety protocol fame per financial helping them stay on financial liquidity issues. That can have an end. The end sizes really likes to them tonight was saying actually health and biz offing than mine because of this coverage outage body just done have the accessibility each day obviously companies like Palatal outside of that way you..

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"sedentarism" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"sedentarism" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

"We defied these cultures by that basket basketball. The presence of avocado seeds chili peppers and prickly pear cactus in deposits associated with the phase suggest the possibility that people were practising an incipient form of plant cultivation at this time what wait twenty thousand years ago. Is that the where we'll get into the actual right. So it's these are all pre ceramic period. So yeah i mean. I guess i mean wasn't the one of the main problems are controversial things about this is it had extreme ages. Yeah okay so there's four ceramic phases where they're doing agriculture. Yes okay four. They invented powdery. They invented agriculture. There's four basically there's four zones within the pre ceramic period right. yeah who the earliest is the one. That's hard to pronounce where i or where i do. Look i can't even pronounce it consistent. Let's see if i can look that one up do l. rago co catlin and obey us phases so those are the four phases so go is the second oldest back to the paper. The coquette lynn phase followed the and was characterized by further increases in the richness and diversity of artifact types but the cultivation of several plant species may have increased during this period and then the phase was the final phase of the tail con pre ceramic sequence and was characterized by increasing sedentarism. People built houses for the first time and may have lived in them year. Round importantly this period saw the first introduction of domesticated maize to the valley and to the coquette catlin cave in particular after the obey has phase cookout catlin cave experienced an occupational hiatus for up to two thousand five hundred years. After which time it was reoccupied by people who made and used pottery That's school yeah. It's cool but i i'm interested also in we neither win. These are dated. But i guess we'll get to that. That's what you're saying yeah we're gonna get the expedited free winded. The pre did almost all of this stuff was these guys. They're just citing the other okay. They're saying hey. This is what was thought before because they didn't go to the cave okay. They used materials that were excavated by johnson and this mic. Nice guy okay and a bunch of other people right. So they're just going to through and telling you like here. Was what all the other archaeologists that have dug in. This cave have built in in terms of the timeline. Okay all right based on all of the all the things that they excavated and catalog from the cave yet. So that's just the historic the history. Okay no dates. No dates right except that they had pleistocene fauna bones and some parts so now they go into the materials and methods. Which i'm going to skip most of this. Maybe just so they say. We selected a sample of seventeen bones. Eight lag north's lag amorphous which everybody knows is a rabbit. And nine dear specimens from the collection originally excavated and studied by the which was in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven c lag. Sounds like a science fiction monster because zones of co catlin cave are known to exhibit post deposition strata graphic mixing particularly on the western side of the cave we excluded.

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"sedentarism" Discussed on Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy Podcast

Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy Podcast

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"sedentarism" Discussed on Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy Podcast

"Right and. i think you can't always assume that it's just additive or easily accumulative. So it could be that somebody aging that it's experiencing some of these changes has changes in our mobility but then when you add on this neurodegenerative disease it's not like oh. It's twice as worse. It might be four times as worse if we were able to quantify it right. I think that's a great point. Think thinking of as additive would be incorrect. They think interactive would be another thing all the systems that might be affected by multiple. Sclerosis could probably be justice affected by the aging process. Though i think it would be a bit simplistic to think of it as just it's aging plus ms but it's aging with ms. Its interaction of the two conditions. The leads patients to their biggest issues right. And i think that. I like your concept of almost looking at it like a third category of aging and then you have the disease process but then when you combine those. It's really a third thing that relishing at a good example of that familiar with my research. But i'm very interested in the issues associated with fatigue. Emol host growth because i think is one of the main reasons why persons with ms cannot exercise at a great enough dosage to get the optimum response from exercise program. Actually that's true for parkinson's as well as a great deal of fatigue in parkinson's will but there's also a lot of fatigue in older adults whether than eagles due to a wearing down of their parts or whether it's due simply to deconditioning and sedentarism but you're going to have the fatigue of s plus the fatigue associated with aging. Yeah i mean i think. There's a lot of other reasons to like hormonal changes as we age and shirts multifactorial absolutely and involves many body systems. Certainly there's another thing. I just finished teaching a course to my students in gerontology i teach Shout out to hunter college city university of new york slogs..

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"sedentarism" Discussed on 4D: Deep Dive into Degenerative Diseases - ANPT

4D: Deep Dive into Degenerative Diseases - ANPT

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"sedentarism" Discussed on 4D: Deep Dive into Degenerative Diseases - ANPT

"Right and. i think you can't always assume that it's just additive or easily accumulative. So it could be that somebody aging that it's experiencing some of these changes has changes in our mobility but then when you add on this neurodegenerative disease it's not like oh. It's twice as worse. It might be four times as worse if we were able to quantify it right. I think that's a great point. Think thinking of as additive would be incorrect. They think interactive would be another thing all the systems that might be affected by multiple. Sclerosis could probably be justice affected by the aging process. Though i think it would be a bit simplistic to think of it as just it's aging plus ms but it's aging with ms. Its interaction of the two conditions that leads the patients to their biggest issues. Right and i think that. I like your concept of almost looking at it like a third category of aging and then you have the disease process but then when you combine those it's really a third thing that relishing at a good example of that. I don't know if you're familiar with my research. But i'm very interested in the issues associated with fatigue emol host growth because i think is one of the main reasons why persons with ms cannot exercise at a great enough dosage to get the optimum response from exercise program. Actually that's true for parkinson's as well as a great deal of fatigue in parkinson's will but there's also a lot of fatigue in older adults whether than eagles due to a wearing down of their parts or whether it's due simply to deconditioning and sedentarism but you're going to have the fatigue of s plus the fatigue associated with aging. Yeah i mean i think. There's a lot of other reasons to like hormonal changes as we age and shirts multifactorial absolutely and involves many body systems. Certainly there's another thing. I just finished teaching a course to my students in gerontology i teach Shout out to hunter college city university of new york slogs. I'm here but i just taught a online summer course on gerontology in one of the things that really came up. A lot of our discussions was the concept of frailty and frailty older adults is a powerful concept and it suggests that a certain trauma a certain stress to their which may not have made a difference in their twenties or thirties or.

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"sedentarism" Discussed on SUSCAST

SUSCAST

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"sedentarism" Discussed on SUSCAST

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"sedentarism" Discussed on Moving2Live

Moving2Live

11:57 min | 2 years ago

"sedentarism" Discussed on Moving2Live

"Welcome back to another edition of the moving to live podcast. Ethos of moving to live in our sister. Podcast FIT lab. Pj is moving as a lifestyle not just in activity. Our whole goal with moving to live is to interview people really across the movement spectrum from personal trainers all the way up to physicians. And today's guest. I am excited to interview. I was fortunate enough to be interviewed on his podcast. A couple of months ago is a medical doctor. He has a podcast. He does a variety of other things that I think we're going to get into and the time of covert nineteen. We're doing this interview on the thirtieth of March. Were probably going to get into that a little bit too. Because although he spends time in the United States and Mexico he has been in Spain for the last couple of weeks so I think he has some insights on how treatment and how social distancing etcetera is different in Spain versus United States. We are with Dr or Nesta Gutierez. We'll have shown notes but you can find him on podcast layers with Dr Ease highway to help. Show Dr Hy. Thanks for taking time to talk moving to live absolutely love to be here. Thank you so much for them. By Penn the question I always ask people are having a podcast because I think it's We we do. Br Go across the movement spectrum. Is you see somebody in elevator? Not Now during the corona virus but hopefully three or four months from now and things of not gone back to normal. But we've got a new normal and they say you know. What do you do what you? What's your elevator speech? You're thirty seconds for somebody who just curious what you do well. I'm a physician I specialized. I've really went to school for for jetty and the anti-ageing and that led me into medicine and stem cell treatments. So I've been doing that for for quite a number of years now but really if I had to define myself I am. I'm more of an educator. I believe that health is an active pursuit. The dead. It's it's our responsibility and there's no better way to do it than if you're well equipped with the right knowledge and education. So that's what I focused most of my time at right now and I know one of the things I've often commented people across the years is a lot of people. Spend more time looking for a good mechanic for their car than for good medical advice. They assume well. This physician is on my medical plan or a friend of mine said that this was a good physician and they don't really for lack of a better term. Do THEIR DUE DILIGENCE. Find out you know as this physician is somebody that I can communicate with. Is this somebody who you know understands. What my goals are and I know. You mentioned that really. Nobody wants to be sick. Nobody wants to be ill and I know in the movement field. There's a tendency for People kind of lower down on the educational ladder. That's a bad terminology. Maybe not physicians but personal trainers People in the group fitness say more is better go hard and I think in this time Corona nineteen. The Nice thing is a lot of people are kind of stepping back and say you know movement is good but we know that if we exercise to intensely too long too often in effect immune function so. I'm curious with your background in medicine. How did you gravitate towards regenerative medicine? And this is a catch all term which will correct beyond and I'm saying it purposely anti-aging which is not what you actually you're doing. I think a better term is what well when I when I so. Here's the thing when I graduated graduated. Two Thousand Eight and for medical school and when I was looking for my for my for my specialty training it was cold anti aging of course that term as you very well know gut prostituted and now literally everyone who does a cream or who wants to get rid of Broncos or who anything of the sword they just call it anti-aging so really a one of the concepts that I that I picked up in the way that I like to refer to it as h management on because we all age. But it's just a matter of of of maintaining and avoiding the typical downfalls that we see with our physiology as we age in truth matter is as scientists. We very well know why. A lot of the typical symptoms of aging don't necessarily have to do with aging they have to do with neglect like that neglect. I know I've got a client. Who's in his early sixties? He likes to run likes to bike. And one of his comments is after doing a heart heart bike ride or two or going on vacation biking for three or four days harder than he typically does he goes. You know this crap when they talk about aging and recovery taking longer. It really is true so I want to touch a little bit on that neglected. You're talking about if you could kind of expand out out more on that. I know it probably encompasses many things in my specialty. The field is a lot of people. Don't like to move but it's not just movement. It's other things if you could kind of talk about that. Well so movement is very important as you know you and I. We've we've spoken about that and I know that that's that's literally what your what your career is about. And and in your whole mission in. Here's the thing or the recent why movement is so important. I mean it. It does have a lot of other benefits as well like cognitive benefits in such. But one of the main reasons I in terms of longevity and h management that who've been the so poor just because it helps maintain muscle mass if we think about our bodies as as these as these machines that they are muscle is a very expensive asset to have right. It does require a lot of energy. It does require a lot of maintenance that does require a lot of input so in order for for for us or for body to considerate. S an essential asset to maintain. We need to make sure that we're using it. If we stop using it our bodies going to say why the Hell Am. I leaving aside all these all these resources all this energy all these nutrients all these different things if we're not using this it's literally cutting costs if you. WanNa look at it from from an economics perspective. It's it's cutting costs so when that happens we start losing muscle and when we start losing muscle all lot of other metabolic changes start happening in our bodies and today we know very well. That maintenance of muscle is one of the most important markers of longevity people who live the longest. They keep their lean muscle the longest. It's as simple staff and I think one of the things that's very interesting having grown up in a rural area and living in a semi rural area. Now that having lived in the city is for people who grow up in a rural area if they grow up where there are war manual labor jobs. They happen to have a family. Farmers acreage that muscle. Mass maintenance may not consist of going to the gym or lifting weights at home. They may actually get that doing their yard work on their multi Acre yard or maybe they have horses or they have beef cattle or they have a vegetable garden. I know for my Pittsburgh podcasts. I interviewed a gentleman who owns a restaurant in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Reading Co and when I asked him why activity was so important to him. He said well. His parents were always very active. Not as foregin is activity but he grew up on an organic vegetable farm and I think he said they had fifteen or twenty acres of vegetables and that gives the movement. How hard is it for? People who near experience who don't live that more agrarian lifestyle or more rural lifestyle to maintain that muscle mass versus may be people who the idea of going to a big city like New York City or Pittsburgh is like Oh my God. I don't WanNa do that that that that was me and I grew up in Mexico City. So you know you talk about large cities. That's that's literally the definition of fake chaotic city When we're you need to get in the car two go anywhere were. Your commute is on our. If you're lucky doesn't matter where you're going You're just not used to doing that. You're absolutely right a lot of times. People who live the longest and and who the healthiest the WHO have the law. The lowest indexes of chronic disease. These are the people that have a lot more outdoor activities as we start moving towards sedentarism and as we start spending more time endorsed and we started moving less it becomes harder and it becomes an effort in for those of us who were raised in a city in an urban environment. We do have to make that conscious effort and part of what we're currently seeing right now is because we have gotten to that point and I'm not just talking about the problem and and how how fast Gobert is spreading and whatnot. But I'm talking about a lot of other conditions that were seeing a lot of chronic disorders even fertility issues. Even a lot of things that we're starting to see more of it has to do with the fact that we're spending more time to endorse unless time outside and less time moving and it's a combination of both one is movement and activity and the other is is simply being outdoors being out in the sun being out in fresh air being out in nature. Because there's there's more and more research that suggests that we you know we. We need that. Our bodies evolved in nature so we do crave and need those things and I know. They're growing bodies of research. I know the Japanese do a nature bats or forest forest bathing rather and. I know that there's some research about people who spent time near large bodies of water and you're starting to see a interesting things coming out about grounding people walking actually unearth rather than being on hard surfaces all the time. So I'm curious. I think you're probably very well suited to speak on this. As you said you grew up in Mexico City for somebody like me. We were chatting before we started recording. I live on four acres so the idea of getting out of the ground is kind of innate to me in its natural to me because I have to see something is flooded or a half the boat in the summer for somebody who grows up in Mexico City or some other large city. They have a family at this point in time and they know they're going to be living in this sort of environment. How do they become more active? Or what are ways that you just from a personal experience that you found because I know from talking to you not during the virus but proprietor that you and your wife and your young son spent quite a bit of time and I know at times. He said sometimes thirty to forty thousand steps day just walking around seeing the sights. Well that that actually was a bit of a cultural shock for me at at first when I met my wife She grew up here in Spain in actually in a small town on north of where we're at right now county and they're used to walking everywhere like literally you do your entire life. You Walk to school. You Walk to work walk you you have lunch and you have dinner and you go outside for walk. That's literally what people do. They don't plop on the couch. They go outside for a walk and sure people look at the positives they say like. Oh yeah look at all these Spaniards and look at this Italians. They have dinner and then they go for ice cream like yeah but you're forgetting the important component. They have dinner and then they walk six thousand steps to get to the ice cream shop. They have a single scoop of ice cream and then they walked six thousand steps back. And that's part of the most of us don't don't you know we we. We failed to notice. We say like well. It's just a matter of going for high-calorie meal and then we get the ice cream right there and then we drive hope So it was a bit of a culture shock to me at first just to get used to that because.

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Dr. E of Highway to Health Show: Living Ageless

Moving2Live

08:04 min | 2 years ago

Dr. E of Highway to Health Show: Living Ageless

"I'm a physician I specialized. I've really went to school for for jetty and the anti-ageing and that led me into medicine and stem cell treatments. So I've been doing that for for quite a number of years now but really if I had to define myself I am. I'm more of an educator. I believe that health is an active pursuit. The dead. It's it's our responsibility and there's no better way to do it than if you're well equipped with the right knowledge and education. So that's what I focused most of my time at right now and I know one of the things I've often commented people across the years is a lot of people. Spend more time looking for a good mechanic for their car than for good medical advice. They assume well. This physician is on my medical plan or a friend of mine said that this was a good physician and they don't really for lack of a better term. Do THEIR DUE DILIGENCE. Find out you know as this physician is somebody that I can communicate with. Is this somebody who you know understands. What my goals are and I know. You mentioned that really. Nobody wants to be sick. Nobody wants to be ill and I know in the movement field. There's a tendency for People kind of lower down on the educational ladder. That's a bad terminology. Maybe not physicians but personal trainers People in the group fitness say more is better go hard and I think in this time Corona nineteen. The Nice thing is a lot of people are kind of stepping back and say you know movement is good but we know that if we exercise to intensely too long too often in effect immune function so. I'm curious with your background in medicine. How did you gravitate towards regenerative medicine? And this is a catch all term which will correct beyond and I'm saying it purposely anti-aging which is not what you actually you're doing. I think a better term is what well when I when I so. Here's the thing when I graduated graduated. Two Thousand Eight and for medical school and when I was looking for my for my for my specialty training it was cold anti aging of course that term as you very well know gut prostituted and now literally everyone who does a cream or who wants to get rid of Broncos or who anything of the sword they just call it anti-aging so really a one of the concepts that I that I picked up in the way that I like to refer to it as h management on because we all age. But it's just a matter of of of maintaining and avoiding the typical downfalls that we see with our physiology as we age in truth matter is as scientists. We very well know why. A lot of the typical symptoms of aging don't necessarily have to do with aging they have to do with neglect like that neglect. I know I've got a client. Who's in his early sixties? He likes to run likes to bike. And one of his comments is after doing a heart heart bike ride or two or going on vacation biking for three or four days harder than he typically does he goes. You know this crap when they talk about aging and recovery taking longer. It really is true so I want to touch a little bit on that neglected. You're talking about if you could kind of expand out out more on that. I know it probably encompasses many things in my specialty. The field is a lot of people. Don't like to move but it's not just movement. It's other things if you could kind of talk about that. Well so movement is very important as you know you and I. We've we've spoken about that and I know that that's that's literally what your what your career is about. And and in your whole mission in. Here's the thing or the recent why movement is so important. I mean it. It does have a lot of other benefits as well like cognitive benefits in such. But one of the main reasons I in terms of longevity and h management that who've been the so poor just because it helps maintain muscle mass if we think about our bodies as as these as these machines that they are muscle is a very expensive asset to have right. It does require a lot of energy. It does require a lot of maintenance that does require a lot of input so in order for for for us or for body to considerate. S an essential asset to maintain. We need to make sure that we're using it. If we stop using it our bodies going to say why the Hell Am. I leaving aside all these all these resources all this energy all these nutrients all these different things if we're not using this it's literally cutting costs if you. WanNa look at it from from an economics perspective. It's it's cutting costs so when that happens we start losing muscle and when we start losing muscle all lot of other metabolic changes start happening in our bodies and today we know very well. That maintenance of muscle is one of the most important markers of longevity people who live the longest. They keep their lean muscle the longest. It's as simple staff and I think one of the things that's very interesting having grown up in a rural area and living in a semi rural area. Now that having lived in the city is for people who grow up in a rural area if they grow up where there are war manual labor jobs. They happen to have a family. Farmers acreage that muscle. Mass maintenance may not consist of going to the gym or lifting weights at home. They may actually get that doing their yard work on their multi Acre yard or maybe they have horses or they have beef cattle or they have a vegetable garden. I know for my Pittsburgh podcasts. I interviewed a gentleman who owns a restaurant in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Reading Co and when I asked him why activity was so important to him. He said well. His parents were always very active. Not as foregin is activity but he grew up on an organic vegetable farm and I think he said they had fifteen or twenty acres of vegetables and that gives the movement. How hard is it for? People who near experience who don't live that more agrarian lifestyle or more rural lifestyle to maintain that muscle mass versus may be people who the idea of going to a big city like New York City or Pittsburgh is like Oh my God. I don't WanNa do that that that that was me and I grew up in Mexico City. So you know you talk about large cities. That's that's literally the definition of fake chaotic city When we're you need to get in the car two go anywhere were. Your commute is on our. If you're lucky doesn't matter where you're going You're just not used to doing that. You're absolutely right a lot of times. People who live the longest and and who the healthiest the WHO have the law. The lowest indexes of chronic disease. These are the people that have a lot more outdoor activities as we start moving towards sedentarism and as we start spending more time endorsed and we started moving less it becomes harder and it becomes an effort in for those of us who were raised in a city in an urban environment. We do have to make that conscious effort and part of what we're currently seeing right now is because we have gotten to that point and I'm not just talking about the problem and and how how fast Gobert is spreading and whatnot. But I'm talking about a lot of other conditions that were seeing a lot of chronic disorders even fertility issues. Even a lot of things that we're starting to see more of it has to do with the fact that we're spending more time to endorse unless time outside and less time moving and it's a combination of both one is movement and activity and the other is is simply being outdoors being out in the sun being out in fresh air being out in nature. Because there's there's more and more research that suggests that we you know we. We need that. Our bodies evolved in nature so we do crave and need those

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"sedentarism" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"sedentarism" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"A friend recently and. He said he had lost five pounds. But he gained it back when he went out to celebrate losing five pounds. So I don't know about that. Hey, this now man says, and here's our quote of the week are thought of the week be aware, and beware of the excess S's in our society that is excess stress excess sugar access smoking that's all kinds of smoke. I might add excess stimulation whether it's from foods drugs, or your electronic addictions and finally excess sitting and sedentarism and are sedentary society. So here to help us counteract all those bad things that essays in our in our life is. Excuse me. Dr Tiffany breeding. She's the author of the new metabolic makeover. And we welcome her to the doctor health radio microphones this morning. Good morning, Tiffany, how the health are you? You guys. Hello. Are you there? I'm here. Okay. All right. Hey, thanks for being with us. Tell us how we can metabolic Lee makeover are metabolism and are being. Thirty minutes or less. I do not have a magic wand. All that. I wish I did that you said it right there. I think that these sitting in the smoking and the just overall stressors just really wreaking havoc on people's metabolism metabolism. Being our body's ability to break down the foods that we eat and things that we drink into energy. And you know, you made that comment about your friend gaining weight back. I always say to my clients. You know, I don't want repeat customers because I haven't done my job, you know. And that's what you see in the weight loss. World is your we're not looking at what type weight people are losing right because we're shutting off pounds. But what about the importance of keeping muscle mass keeping lean mass because that's what's really helping our metabolism, stay active. So my approach really tries to talk about the difference between weight loss and fat loss. So that we shut people up for long term success. So your buddy isn't coming back and saying all right? I did all this work now. Gained it all back in the day. You know, so. Yeah. It's really important to do it the right way. Absolutely. And you know, since you're mentioning about, well, you're kind of touching on fitness and nutrition and a lot of people think that if they exercise enough they're going to lose that weight. But eighty percent of of a weight loss is going to be from your diet, not not exercise, but exercise does is it spikes your metabolism..

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"sedentarism" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

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02:40 min | 3 years ago

"sedentarism" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Talking to a friend, recently and. He said he had lost five pounds. But he gained it back when he went out to celebrate losing five pounds. So I don't know about that. Hey, the snowman says, and here's our quote of the week are thought of the week be aware, and beware of the excess S S's in our society that is excess stress excess sugar access smoking that's all kinds of smoke. I might add access stimulation, whether it's from foods drugs, or your electric addictions and finally excess sitting and sedentarism and are sedentary society. So here to help us counteract all those bad things that are in our life is. Excuse me. Dr Tiffany breeding. She's the author of the new metabolic makeover. And we welcome her to the doctor health radio microphones this morning. Good morning, Tiffany, how the health are you? You guys. Hello. Are you there? I'm here. Okay. All right. Hey, thanks for being with us. Tell us how we can metabolic makeover are metabolism and our gang. Thirty minutes or less. I do not have a magic wand. All that. I wish I did that you said it right there. I think the the sitting in the smoking and just overall stress is just really wreaking havoc on people's metabolism metabolism. Being our bodies ability to break down the foods that we eat and the things that we drink into energy. And you know, you made that comment about your friend gaining weight back. I always say to my clients. I don't want repeat customers because I haven't done my job, you know. And that's what you see in the weight loss world is we're not looking at what type weight people are losing right because we're shutting off pounds. But what about the importance of keeping muscle mass keeping lean mass because that's what's really helping our metabolism, stay active. So my approach really tries to talk about the difference between weight loss and fat loss. So that we set people up for long term success. So your buddy isn't coming back and saying all right? I did all this work now gained. It all back in the day. You know, so. Yeah. It's really important to do it the right way. Absolutely. And you know, since you're mentioning about, well, you're kind of touching on fitness and nutrition and a lot of people think that if they exercise enough they're going to lose that weight. But eighty percent of of a weight loss is going to be from your diet, not not exercise, but exercise does is it spikes your metabolism..

Dr Tiffany five pounds Thirty minutes eighty percent