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How to Eat 45,000 Extra Calories Without Gaining Weight
"And today's show was suggested by Fabio. Who writes? I came across a study on bodybuilders, which suggests that a caloric surfeit doesn't contribute to weight gain as you would expect when the extra calories come solely from protein. Can you comment on it? The study Fabio asked me about was published in two thousand and fourteen in the Journal of the International. Society of Sports Nutrition and it is definitely worth a closer look. The subjects in this study were all in their early twenties, and they were all engaged in heavy resistance, training or weightlifting. They were quite lean and very muscular, going into the study in fact, if you looked only at their body, mass index their BMI numbers. It looked as if the subjects were on the verge of. City, but when you look at their body composition, it's clear that the higher body weights related to their heights word due to their very high muscle mass. One group in the study then added a lot of extra protein to their diet in the form of way, protein powder, and when I say a lot I mean a lot. These athletes had previously been consuming about one gram of protein per pound her day, or about twenty to twenty five percent of their calories. Now this is about twice the recommended minimum intake, but it's still comfortably within the acceptable range for protein that's laid out by the National Academy of Medicine, which is formerly known as the Institute of Medicine. For the study, the researchers essentially doubled the appleans protein intake to an average of three hundred grams per day now that is quite a bit higher than the National Academy of Medicine Maximum recommended intake, and it's also as the researchers point out, and I'm quoting here. The highest recorded intake of dietary protein in the scientific literature that we are aware of and quote. The researchers didn't evaluate whether this extremely high protein intake had any negative impacts on liver or kidney function, but many of the subjects did complain of intestinal distress during the study. However, nobody is recommending that eating this much protein would be a good idea on a long-term basis. The point of this short term study was simply to find out how eating protein in excess of caloric requirements would affect body composition in highly trained people, and when they say highly trained, they mean resistance training not trained in the scientific method or whatever. So? The subject's didn't eat less of other foods. They just added the way protein and of what they were already eating, or at least that's what they were supposed to do. In reality, some of the subjects ended up eating fewer carbohydrates. Others actually ate a bit more carbohydrate, but on average they managed to increase the caloric intake by eight hundred calories per day mostly from protein, and they also continue. Continue to do their usual strenuous workouts. So what were the results of this grand experiment? Well, according to the researchers and I'm going to quote again here. The current investigation found no changes in body, weight, fat, mass, or fat, free mass in the high protein Diet Group and this occurred in spite of the fact that they consumed over eight hundred calories more per day for eight weeks and quote. Now how is this even possible? Where did all of those extra calories go? After all eight hundred extra calories a day for eight weeks equals about forty five thousand calories, which according to the Conventional Calorie, math should have translated into a gain of almost thirteen pounds, and in fact when you look at the actual data, you will see that the subjects did gain some weight just not nearly as much as the old school. Calorie math would have predicted. In the group consuming the extra protein, the average change in weight was a gain of almost four pounds, meanwhile in the control group, who purportedly changed nothing about their diets or workouts. The average change in weight over the eight week period was a gain of almost two pounds. Similarly both groups gained some muscle. The high protein group gained an average of four pounds of lean muscle. The control group gained just three, and both groups also lost a bit of body fat. The high protein group lost a bit less than the control group. So how can the researchers conclude that eating the extra protein didn't lead to any way change or changes in body composition. Well because the differences between the test group and the control group weren't large enough to be statistically significant. Now, I want you to keep in mind as well that this was a relatively small study, only about thirty subjects completed the study, and there was quite a bit of variation in the results of the individual subjects, and sometimes that gets a little obscured. When we're just talking about averages for example in the group consuming the extra protein, the average change in weight was A. A gain of almost four pounds, but some of the subjects in this group actually lost weight while others gained twice as much as the average, and when the variants and results that wide. You'd need a lot more subjects in your study before those averages would be very meaningful. Okay, despite all of these statistics, nerd caveats, it is still somewhat surprising that the group that eight. Extra calories didn't gain more weight than they did. And that the differences between them and the control group weren't bigger.
Fresh update on "three hundred grams" discussed on I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast
"Animal died then there was something around it and maybe these gemstones formed. It looked like it was in its contents exactly. Yeah it's not like it. Eight gemstones to have rangel rounded gastro is or gemstone for shiny objects exactly although i have seen reports of people's pet chickens like eating diamond earrings and things like that they drop them in a chicken coop so they might of. I guess there's probably some dinosaur. Ada gemstone some birds Decorate their nests with shiny objects. Good point yeah. there's that aspect to it too. So the gemstones that they found it are referred to as crypto crystalline which is called crypto crystalline because the structure is made up of tiny crystals. That are very difficult to identify as crystalline and it can even be difficult to pick them out as a crystal microscopically so makes sense than that. There was this confusion. Yes and so yeah debating whether this thing is a rock or something that's largely iraq but technically crystal on the inside sort of surrounded by rock. Think of something like a geo. Basically is pretty difficult to figure out but in this case after they sliced into it did a bunch of different chemical. Analyses looked at it under microscopes and looked at it under polarized light. Everything they could throw at it they came up with. It is probably crypto crystalline and specifically a calcium donny which is type of silicon dioxide rock mixture and if you go to wikipedia and look calcio johnny which is spelled like chowk doni c. cj l. c. but has been pronounced calc- against but on wikipedia. It looks just like the bo-hi onus specimen just one picture of it and and like if you put it next to the bohio gut contents. It's like yeah that looks really similar. I could see how that would probably be the same thing and calcio. Danny is a pretty cool mineral. It can be nearly any color depending on exact chemistry. That's pretty common with silicon dioxide. There's also like quartz quartz and a million different ways. They have a bunch of different names like amethyst as a type of quartz which is purple row. Has laura inclusions how. I didn't even know that. Want to set pink. Kim gets Yeah yeah i know you can get yellow. And i'm pretty sure you can get blue and green basically anything depending on the exact chemistry and it's really common because silicon dioxide is the main component of sand and glass. There's tons of silicon and oxygen all over the earth. So you get this kind of stuff all over the place it also includes agate and onyx. Those are two types of calcium. Danny specifically not just type of courts and the chemistry showed that this gastro with slash gemstone was mostly silicon oxygen and carbon. Which would make you think could be calcined. In addition when they did the thin section. Under polarized light it showed a pretty consistent crystalline looking structure so that helped them identify as a crystal and not just as morpheus rock. There's one other element that made. It seem like it was more likely to be a gemstone than it was to be a gastro length or the very least that it wasn't a complete picture of gas release that this dinosaur swallowed and that's because usually gas lists are roughly three percent of the body mass of a dinosaur or bird of this is that sounds like a lot. It does like a lot but when you're talking about mass you know it's not volume and rocks are really dancing. And birds have very light skeletons to entering their built for flying right so they they're saving weight all of the rest of their body but they can't find lightweight rocks. Less crystals are probably lighter. Weight bull hortus is large for an anti orrin athene. It actually weighed about three hundred grams or two thirds of a pound so talking about a pretty big bird or bird like creature pretty big opposite bird at based on those numbers. You'd expected to have about ten grams of gastro with but they couldn't remove this calc- donny. Slash cast relief to weigh it. So what they did. Instead was they got a three graeme piece of silicon dioxide and put it next to it and just sort of roughly compared the size and the three graeme piece of silicon dioxide is just incredibly massive next to it. Looks like it's a hundred to a thousand times the size of the whole mass of supposed- gizzard stones slough. So yeah it looks like and that would only be one percent of the body mass not three percent so even on the conservative side is this is not nearly enough gas has not exactly in the right spot either for where stomach might have been So we combine all of that. It looks like it's probably more likely to be some sort of crypto crystalline rock and not gas lists that were preserved inside the body back to your earlier question about how they formed and if it could be some combination of the dinosaur in some way and is living information about when it was alive. And something goes fossilized. It turns out that crypto crystalline rock often is formed from soft tissues in a process known as often genesis so it benefited from the animal. The crystal benefited from the animal. Yeah able to form from the soft tissue. Guess i'd never think about crystals benefiting. But i guess if your agency i guess it's not it's probably not thinking about it just happened. Yes so the authors couldn't specifically say if this was formed from the soft tissue but it's possible because there is quite a bit of carbon like i said it's not just silicon dioxide that that was you know soft tissue is made largely of carbon. And it's possible that the carbon that's included in the crystals was originally the soft tissue of the dinosaur and the crystal sort of formed around those points. Because if you think about if you're a grown crystals like sugar crystals or something. You put the little rope in it and it forms around the rope. So and that's what they're saying with this. Maybe there was little bits of skin or whatever there were still around while it was buried. This could be thousands of years later really at that point and the crystals started to form around that so it could have some information about bullhorn s in this sort of structure may be. The shape is important in some way and it's preserving some detail but it's nothing obvious the authors couldn't come up with anything that they could really learn from it and they didn't say this in the paper but i think it's worth pointing out that could have come from other plants or animal matter you know. Carbon right doesn't have to be from ohio. It's not the only soft tissue around it could be contents that turned into this or it could be a leaf that was nearby that drifted over in the fossil ation process anything it could dirt and nobody knows at least not yet. Maybe we'll figure it out later but there is one possible upside that we could learn even if we can't figure out what exactly the calsonic is made from if it skin or if it's gut contents or if it's something else entirely it might give us some information about the conditions as it fossilized because different crystals form in different ways depending on temperature and pressure and like that so we might be able to figure out exactly how this bo-hi onus sort of became a fossil by looking at the crystals maybe some authors throughout their which i thought was interesting. Yeah it is. And i think you could. If you find this kind of thing and other dinosaurs it might be able to help. Connect them in some way connected those opposite birds so in other news in pennsylvania in the us philadelphia's us getting some amtrak dinosaurs because part of their exhibit big-time life in it and dangerous age in dangerous. Yeah i liked the big time. Some big big dinosaurs in that big time anyway. They've got two dozen animatronic animals. Not all dinosaurs also got like a woolly. Mammoth and a sabertooth tiger does have the t. Rex triceratops paki syphilis auras and allosaurus and the reason they have all these different types of animals is because they've got different landscapes so there's an area with exploding volcanoes you can see just after the asteroid. You also see prehistoric australia madagascar and it sounds like you're walking through different periods of time so exhibit opens march twenty ninth and it runs through september thirtieth. You do have to get tickets in advance and wear masks makes sense. That reminds me when you mentioned the asteroid. I i saw a news article. I didn't cover it here but it was about whether the impacter was a comet. Maybe it was a piece of a comment rather than asteroid and then i immediately regretted my decision to stop calling it the impacter they used generically say impact or all the time because we didn't know what it was right. It could have been anything we just know that it's slammed into earth. But maybe now gonna have to go back to saying impact rather than asteroid. Casse could be right. Comet fragment doesn't roll off the tongue the same way asteroid does the impacter. Yeah still has that impac.
"three hundred grams" Discussed on KCBS All News
"That's more Americans than were killed in vehicle accidents or by firearms one drug fictional is like rocket fuel in the sharp rise of the crisis functionals a pain killer invented in the nineteen sixties and used to relieve the agony of advanced cancer it is fifty times more potent than heroin. today functional can be ordered on the internet by drug dealers and the addicts for an online overdose as we first reported in April tracking the source of this illicit trade is a story that begins with James route like most in Akron Ohio he'd never heard of fictional until the police told him his son was dead. they told me that. in the the drug was so powerful that he was unable to Phoenicians injection and then he died. he didn't even finish the injection the only. we just started the injection. he didn't even have a chance. James rounds son Tom was thirty seven when he died in twenty fifteen he'd started opioids years before after an injury when his prescription ran out he turned to her when he'd been in and out of rehab more than half a dozen times when Sentinel inundated Ohio. there was something extremely dangerous going on because Tom was a veteran addict. you know he knew how to dose himself he knew how much he could he could handle I was wondering how in the world this would get here and. who would be selling it. one week after Tom rows death the mother of twenty three year old Kerry Dobbins grabbed her phone. after nine one one one okay. come home from work to open the door I went down in the basement. please stay on the line as the man you need to be very specific I think he did drugs. two deaths in Akron in seven days made assistant U. S. attorney Matt Cronin wonder where all the Sentinel was coming from. the target of an investigation of low level drug dealer had the answer. the target said that he can get any drugs you could you ever imagine over the internet from China Cronin's investigators went online and discovered overseas labs offering most in the illegal drug we just said Hey according to sources instructions were interested in buying fentanyl and the result was to say the least surprising we have dozens probably were fifty different drug trafficking networks reaching out to us saying we have fence now we have even more powerful fentanyl analogues whatever you want to get if you're cheap will get a few in bulk you've got fifty replies left at least and all of these came from where was universally China. did you do next instead of trying to find our way to a target we had far too many so we decided to do was go through the list and see any that popped out in one name in particular struck out out of the list what was at night Gordon Jen wind Gordan chan was making claims about what he could provide what did he tell your order corporations put Cornish and said he could provide you with essentially any drugs you could imagine those that exist those are don't even currently exist he called it custom synthesis what it really meant was made to order poison. we'll track down the man prosecutors say is Gordan chan in a moment but first have a look at for internal and its derivatives Justin heard men as U. S. attorney in Cleveland he told us some of this was seized by the D. E. A. just over the rest was found in the mail by US postal service inspectors this is essentially enough fennel and Kerr fennel to kill every man woman and child in the city of Cleveland just this just this car for internal is a derivative used by veterinarians to tranquilize elephants Carson was another hundred times more potent than Sentinel here you've got three hundred grams of powder.
"three hundred grams" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Diocese of Rochester filed for bankruptcy protection in the face of clergy abuse lawsuits filed against a diss after the passage of New York state's child victim act the Rochester Roman Catholic diss been served with dozens of lawsuits alleging child sexual abuse by priests and other parish leaders several hours after the diss declared bankruptcy Jeff Anderson associates legal firm representing some of the alleged victims said the declaration was quote a legal tactic but the diss is using to prevent jury trials and the firm also says quoting again is an attempt to stop the truth from being revealed business leaders demanding Congress take action on gun violence the CEOs of one hundred forty five companies have signed a letter saying doing nothing about America's gun violence crisis is unacceptable letters addressed to the Senate pushes for a bill on background checks for all gun sales and also pleads for more red flag laws record could intervene and take away someone's gun if there were danger to themselves or others group C. E. O.'s includes executives from Airbnb left over and Twitter Virginia lieutenant governor just in Fairfax sitting at CBS with a four hundred million dollar defamation lawsuit lawsuit claims that were defamed him when it broadcast interviews with two women who have accused him of sexual assault Fairfax's denied the accusations his accusers spoke out in interviews with CBS's Gayle king earlier this year lawsuits as Fairfax took action against CBS to quote restore his reputation and clear his name CBS says it is standing by its reporting. the NTSB is a preliminary report on the California dive boat fire on Labor Day reveals what the surviving crew members told investigators once they spotted the flames boxes Jessica Rosenthal has more the report says five of six crew members were asleep on the top deck another crew member was asleep below in the bunker and where the passengers were sleeping no one spotted any mechanical or electrical issues a crew member on the top deck heard something though woke up and saw fire at one end of his desk he woke the other crewmembers up the ladder down to the main deck was on fire so they had to jump one crew member broke his leg they tried to get to the pastor's below but access areas on the main deck were fully engulfed in flames so they jumped overboard into the water three crew members swim around got back on the boat but fire still blocked access to the main area so they got on a small skiff and were rescued by good Samaritan vessel Jessica Rosenthal fox news thirty four people died in that fire state attorney general's office says they busted a big Albany based drug trafficking ring nearly twenty people facing charges many from Albany Troy Menands several from New York City St AG says the suspects move drugs from the Bronx and Manhattan distributed heroin fat no the cocaine in Albany and throughout New York state investigators say they seized three hundred grams of crack and powder cocaine five and a half grams of ball Caroline ten bundles of fat no a hand gun several high capacity magazines in many rounds of ammunition arrest part of a ten month investigation called operation bug out Albany police also part of the investigation New York state's extended background check waiting period for buying guns goes into effect today governor Cuomo signed the legislation back in July new law expands the waiting period for gun.
"three hundred grams" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast
"If you cross fits you can't stuff you need to be a bit more cautious and find out what the m- what's the minimum amount of cobb's you need to maximize your performance which is the opposite of what we maximize the cost and as soon as the performance we get is for people who you mentioned insulin resistance. You'll who aren't really familiar familiar with all the downsides of that comes with what are some of the things that we should be looking out for their say insect resistance and that's a series of writing about now for anyone who would like to know a little bit about inside assistance and its history and how it got best because it's still not toward medical schools and it is the most prevalent medical medical condition across the world and sites eighty percent of north americans all metabolic unhealthy and most of his insulin resistance but if you want you can get any medical students said told me about <unk> resistance. I wanna clear that wouldn't be able to tell you anything about it. So instant assistance is inability inability to metabolize carbohydrate effectively was upped over secreting incident because your body is resistant to the action incident at ultimately this leads the two most of the chronic diseases linked to to incident existence in high carbohydrate dots. That's what we really learnt in. The last twenty years said diabetes hypertension got obesity dementia. Perhaps can set go stand disease and a call bunch of other diseases all directly linked instant assistance and said the treatment of insulin resistance is low carbohydrate dawn. You can't reverse the underlying underlying condition but the underlying condition is fine. It won't kill you. It's the carbohydrates at killer and so you can be instant resistant as long as you noted in 'cause juba fine so that's what everyone has to find out. What is my level of insulin resistance. If i am insulin resistance need to start cutting cobs and you said you're thirty one years old which would be perfect because if you even if he was severely insistent that age of steady went is plenty of time to cut your coughs and you'll never advocate to get diabetes but if it said he went you happen to be instant assistance and you're eating three hundred grams of carbs a day you will become basic in due course missile at risk of developing diabetes and do calls and so that's the message people need to get the need to understand their ten percent of the population can eat all the cops salak and that's fantastic but ninety percent combs and we most of us could fall in that ninety percent so like you said there's there's there's not really a great way to exercise your way out of this. You know there's not a lot of other lifestyle things to sell prints driven by nutrition. Now you can't it's you can run all your life. Audits seventy marathons ultramarathons and i.
"three hundred grams" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"A beef, Patty. So they say about fourteen grams or red meat, so if you had a beef Patty, like a regular size beef Patty would be less than a regular sized. And if they also say twenty nine grams, a chicken, which is less than half of a chicken breast is almost like a third of a chicken breast. They say your loved to have about two hundred and thirty two grams a day of whole, grains, like bread that's four slices of bread one glass of milk, and then three hundred grams of fruit and vegetables that sound like enough to feed you for a day. So twenty nuts, Canada, tuna, sixty beans. One egg four slices of bread about little a small beef, Patty one glass of milk, and then some three hundred grams of vegetables now, I would say that is much lower than anyone's died that his listening here today. Much lower. I probably eat it in view at all these grams up that many grams of bacon in one sitting when I go out somewhere. So they say there's a lot of variety there. They say that'll help. So as long as you are mixing things up. It's not like you're eating all of the same thing over and over and over again, that's really where a lot of people get stuck in some of these diets they said whether it's fantasy or not fantasy doesn't have to be bad. It's time to dream of a good world taxes on red meat. Some of the scientists say or an option to try to push people this, of course, go ahead and tax red meat. Are you kidding? So that's the way you force people onto your diet. Oh, wouldn't that? Be great. We'll just tax red meat up until no one can afford it anymore. The world population reached seven billion in two thousand eleven it's now around seven point seven billion. They expected to reach ten billion around two thousand fifty in a number which keeps climbing I would say people are actually slowing down when it comes to the birth rate. I just saw an article not that long ago. Just right here in the United States, more or less a lot of the younger generations really slowing down and having kids. So they say they'll save lives. Maybe that'll be enough to get people to join on. They ultimately want to ban meets altogether because all the resources that goes into taking care of cattle. But they realized that might be unrealistic. So they said, we'll just tax it like crazy. Why is it the answer always taxing? It's when someone comes up with a wild plan like this, you just need four slices of bread and a couple of cash using you're good to go. Why is it always that to get their way? It's not trying to make an appealing case for people to get on board. It's well, we're gonna tax them to death in force them to do it. This is overnight.
"three hundred grams" Discussed on Stronger
"And sometimes for person who's prone to panic attacks, that relative bout of hypoglycemia can actually trick the brain and lead them to believe that they're having heart palpitations or things like that. So for somebody who's prone to. And definitely, you know, for somebody who's prone to depression, there are certainly no harm in cutting the sugar out of your diet and reducing your consumption of package processed foods. And I think the potential upside is that it's probably going to help you in the long run, mitigate mitigate symptoms. What research has been done, linking sugar consumption to Alzheimer's dementia. That's a great question. Well, I mean, Alzheimer's disease is now being referred to by the growing number of researchers and clinicians as type three diabetes, which should tell you a little bit about where the thinking is going on this disease where ninety nine point six percent of drug trials fail and one of the latest research reviews it. I've looked at published in the journal timers and dementia. Speculated based on some really interesting mechanisms that forty percent of Alzheimer's cases might be owed to chronically elevated insulin. Insulin is sort of an ancestral hormone that becomes elevated most markedly when we consume sugar. So this notion that by consuming sugar were causing this this hormone to stay chronically elevated throughout the day, and that might actually drive some of the underlying pathologies that typify Alzheimer's disease. I mean to me, that's terrifying in light of the statistic that your average American is consuming three hundred grams of carbohydrates per day..
"three hundred grams" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio
"Yes. Welcome to mill street who's calling this is Lisa from carefree, Arizona. That's actually the name of the town. My goodness. Wow. How old is the town was named in the sixties. Hippy days. Now we got it from eighteen thirty. How can we help you today? So I get the magazine and you have a recipe for orange NS bundt cake. And there was also a chocolate orange tart and both call for part of the flour in the recipe to be almonds. Almond flour and I'm allergic to tree nuts. So I was wondering if there's any harm and just substituting regular flour or that amount of almond flour makes a big difference in the texture of the cake. That's an Excellent How much how much almond flour was there in there in that one, I believe it was like fifty grams to maybe two hundred and fifty grams of flour. That's why I thought it would probably be fine. Just think that's fine. Regular flour, almond flour has more fat or a lot more fat AP flowers fat. So if you substitute flower, you could put a little more fat into, but I don't think fifty grams out of three hundred grams. Total is going to really change recipe very much just just add another tablespoon of butter for example. Okay. There is also sunflower seed or pumpkin seed flour. I mean, that's more esoteric. You'd probably have to order it online, but that might provide the same sort of interesting nutty taste as well as the fat content just thought. No, that sounds great. I'll try that. I assume if you've got a recipe where the whole recipe is almond flour, you pretty much just find another recipe. Correct? Correct. I would be good. Yes. Yeah. It will be very different if half remorse, flowers flower, then you'd have a real problem, but ten or twenty percents problem. Yeah, some k- well, I may experiment with the sunflower flower that right on flower seed flour or pumpkins. So where do you I've seen it online? Oh, yeah. That's I think that's where she's going to have to go with. Sarah does late at night when she can't fall asleep. Esoteric floor. I love pumpkin seed oil. Let's all time favorites. It's very dark in three yummy like a toasted sesame, but it's it's different. And so why not play around with use it as an ingredient as flavoring? No, not cooking. I use it more as a finishing oil than a cooking oil, so I'll actually cut it with some vegetable oil, vinegar rats, but it'd be good drizzled on grilled vegetables, any place where sort of a nutty toasted taste would adds something you know, on cheese. Keep in mind though that all nut and seed flowers, they go rancid very quickly. Once you open them, they should be refrigerated. That's why my refrigerator, downstairs, string, flowers that you have all sorts of weird things that your fridge, tonic water, strange flowers. Yes, anti rate at least. Thank you. Thank you. Okay. Take care. Okay, bye. This is most radio. I'm Christopher Kimball if you want to know why you're cheesecake cracks or you have any other questions. Give us a ring eight, five, five, four to six, nine eight, four, three one more time. Eight, five, five, four to six, nine eight, four, three or send us an Email questions at milk street, radio dot com. Welcome to milk street who's calling..
"three hundred grams" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast
"And it's really interesting last night. My husband looked had dinner. I had across the burger bacon aside salad to sheet. Oh peppers, pretty classic. For me. Meal, and I came home and there's this raw Honey, that's like sitting in our pantry and like winning and grabbed like three spoons of it at end. I went to my bedroom started working and I looked at my cycle in day nineteen. Interesting. And he's like, you haven't eaten Honey in six months. It's just been sitting in there and I was like, my body told me I needed it, and so it's just kinda interesting and I find that post ovulation is the time that it really helps tie that back to the way that our ovaries work and especially for someone with no beach realises or p. c. o. s. that it helps to give the body a little bit of that that support to maintain that late, that the cycle. So this isn't like the here. A lot of this is why would you said that earlier? I was a little bit because people typically do is every Saturday. It's a free for all the eat three hundred grams of carbs and pizza in fries and shakes and stuff like that. And that's their carb week over week. Every every Saturday or every Sunday or whatever, whatever they cram those Dan. So yeah, I mean, you're pro seems way more sensible in way more rational. So yeah, thanks for clarifying that. And then what do you recommend as far as I mean, do do you put any men on any programs like this as far as you know, the other reason I have at there is for the sustainability factor. So some people like the freedom of again with this doctrine creates it is connecting and especially be mindful of anxiety, prone population and rigidity in dichotomies, thinking of all or nothing for some people having that ability of like, okay, this is still supportive of high fat, very low carb. This is likely not going to throw eight dynamic slingshot of a blood sugar spike. I still keep carbs balanced with protein and fat even on those days. But some people like if a dude wants to go to Hawaii and eat some damn papaya and feel like liberated by. Cool man. Go do it bomb with your bad self and eats VJ with some fruits in your KADO. And so I think having that fluctuation allows that freedom factor that makes restriction less rigid and looking at it like a pendulum like that. I believe in, I've seen clinically that most people will stick to intuitively what feels right and different seasons, different output, different training. Some people at sixty grams of carbs will stay Kito pending on their output. And so this is like a dude, right? A big muscular dude. And so it just it just really depends. But generally speaking, it's for women that are of an ideal body weight. And I emphasize that if you are overweight, you likely do not need the card cycle because you're still dealing with leptin resistance in getting leptin sensitivity. But if you're someone that's waking in the middle of the night with anxiety, if you're someone who's having breakthrough leading on, if you're someone who is dealing with hunger, that's a strategy to consider. That's amazing advice. And I think that, like you said, if somewhere and you want to eat real food stuff, nece totally fine people, especially when I go out like I buy plantations and somebody I know is there like, oh my God. What are you doing? Totally sometimes I wanna eat some carbs. Okay. And I, I think this conversation the other day that if I do, I will eat like plantains sweet potatoes. Purple does. I'll go white rice depending on. I'm going to Japan next week in beating white rice. They're not gonna sit in freak out about it and make sure that every single point Magasins goes about my Kitone levels. For example, if I don't feel good the next day, then I'll just not eat at that day and that's, that's that's how do it back and right. And I think having having like face to versus just like again, cliff jump, it's still people that structure of not going all the way high gear. Like you said, pizza shakes everything. It's like, okay. And I can indulge starchy vegetable and get right back on track..
"three hundred grams" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
"A characteristic abnormality and it was because they were on these four, five hundred calorie diets of very poor quality protein. So it's very important to maintain your protein so that your heart works normally and you have the right muscle mass because there's this huge businesses that are launching around collagen protein, right? But in small amounts, usually supplements but not their protein shakes and yeah, yeah, but not all day, but you're saying it's not a great quality, not no. But you'll see many companies that have shakes will make clear shake. Those are usually made from college. In those have a pro fifteen grams protein. It looks like red Kool-Aid. That will be that'll be college. Fascinating. All right. Next topic? Yes, sir. Fat. Okay. I, I'm fearing, we might have a difference of opinion. I don't know, but my understanding that that you know you're focusing on vegetables and protein as the core foods we should be eating correct and fat. You're, are you thinking that the data that's coming out around fat, showing that it's not a driver of heart sees that it's something that helps reduce appetite, increase metabolism and increased policies all that you think that that's not right. That's what you're substituting for. So what you're saying is I was joke about this. The protein is a requirement in my mind as far as the carbs and the fat go. Now I found that we did the women's health initiative. I did a study on low fat died because we were part of this whole low fat. Oh, yeah, sure. And what I found was about half the women race, racer triglycerides? Yes, came insulin resistant. That's right, medic and it was about half the women. So there is a genetic component here, as you mentioned this morning. So I think that they're fat can go up to forty percent, say of calories. Carbohydrate could go down to ten percents. No real requirement for carbohydrates is known knows no data central carbohydrates, correct. That's correct. You can make car central fads in essential amino acids, but no central car. And yet they're, they're call them the concrete of the diet when USDA talks about it. So I, I am not against it. I think if people can take a low carb diets, ten percent, that's fine. But you need obviously like gin for your muscle and in your liver, very limited amount about three hundred grams in muscle and liver..
"three hundred grams" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast
"Problem what are the other big problems you mentioned mentioned transfats what are the other problems which we stay away from yeah i would say added sugars for sure as well as you know foods that don't necessarily look like sugar but become broken down immediately to sugar as soon as we put them in her mouth so grains dense sources of starches you know rapidly digesting carbohydrates went from being essentially in the hunter gatherer diet they had they had cameo appearances and today they're given starring roles in our diets because the average american consumes about three hundred grams of carbohydrates usually from all tra processed foods but also mean if you're building your diet or on grains which for so many decades we were advised to do you know no the usda food pyramid it's six to eleven servings of grains per day i mean that is a constant onslaught of blood sugar being funneled into your into your system that your pancreas by way of insulin then needs to play cleanup constantly throughout the day and that's problematic because chronically elevated insulin might be might be a contributor to forty percent of hammers cases the journal of alzheimer's disease two years ago published at forty percent of alzheimer's cases might be owed to chronically elevated insulin i mean employs anoma of yet damaging roles in the body i mean it's making us fat at the very least but but yeah i mean the these added sugars and starches and grains and things like that i mean i don't think that there again i'm not dogmatic so i don't think that they're i don't think that brown rice or white rice is toxic i just think that.
"three hundred grams" Discussed on WHYR 96.9 FM
"Excited we're going to take it back to the to the shop get a read on how much this is exactly but this is a success way to go go planet back exceeded expectations collecting more than three hundred grams of mars stimulant that morning it would do it again a week later in front of other guests will planet back someday be sent to the moon to mars or even beyond that question can't yet be answered but honeybee robotics and masten space systems have demonstrated that it is up to the job i want to thank both companies for allowing all of us to witness this test in the mojave desert we should also thank nasa for its support of their work i'll be back after the break with bruce fats and what's up where did we come from are we alone the cosmos these are the questions at the core of our existence and the secrets of the universe are out there waiting to be discovered but to find them we have to go into space we have to explore this endeavour unites us space exploration truly brings out the best in us encouraging people from all walks of life to work together to achieve a common goal to know the cosmos and our police this is why the planetary society exists our mission is to give the power to advance space science and exploration with your support we sponsor innovative space technologies inspire curious minds an advocate for our future in space we are.
"three hundred grams" Discussed on WREK
"Super excited we're going to take it back to the to the shop get a read on how much this is exactly but this is a success way to go go planet back exceeded expectations collecting more than three hundred grams of mars stimulant that morning it would do it again a week later in front of other guests will plan it back someday be sent to the moon to mars or even beyond that question can't yet be answered but honeybee robotics and masten space systems have demonstrated that it is up to the job i want to thank both companies for allowing all of us to witness this test in the mojave desert we should also thank nasa for its support of their work i'll be back after the break with bruce bats and what's up where did we come from are we alone in the cosmos these are the questions at the core of our existence and the secrets of the universe are out there waiting to be discovered but to find them we have to go into space we have to explore this endeavour unites us space exploration truly brings out the best in us encouraging people from all walks of life to work together to achieve a common goal to know the cosmos and our police this is why the planetary society exists our mission is to give you the power to advance space science and exploration with your support we sponsor innovative space technologies inspire curious minds an advocate for our future in space we are.
"three hundred grams" Discussed on KSKA 91.1 FM
"Super excited we're going to take it back to the to the shop get a read on how much this is exactly but this is a success way to go go planet back plan afaq exceeded expectations collecting more than three hundred grams of mars simulant that morning it would do it again a week later in front of other guests will plan it back someday be sent to the moon to mars or even beyond that question can't yet be answered but honeybee robotics and masten space systems have demonstrated that it is up to the job i want to thank both companies for allowing all of us to witness this test in the mojave desert we should also thank nasa for its support of their work i'll be back after the break with bruce bats and what's up where did we come from are we alone in the cosmos these are the questions at the core of our existence and the secrets of the universe are out there waiting to be discovered but to find them we have to go into space we have to explore this endeavour unites us space exploration truly brings out the best in us encouraging people from all walks of life to work together to achieve a common goal to know the cosmos they're pleased with it this is why the planetary society exists our mission is to give you the power to advance space science and exploration with your support we sponsor innovative space technologies inspire curious minds an advocate for our future in space we are.
"three hundred grams" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"So in the brain a read at brown university who i've interviewed suzanne talamante has coined the term type three diabetes to describe alzheimer's disease because there's a similar inability of the brain to create energy even though and oftentimes this is the case there is an abundance of fuel in the body you know and people that are overweight you know people that are carrying fat around their midsections your average pound of fat has about three thousand backup calories of the brain will happily us for fuel but the brain is unable to because most people on the western diet plan are eating about three hundred grams of carbohydrates per day carbohydrates cause insulin to become chronically elevated and insulin acts like a one way valve on your fat cells so fat is we you know we're really good at storing fat but in an overweight person in the modern food environment that the ability of fat to be burned as basically blocked sugar is one of those things that like oxygen oxygen oxidises things ages you slide snapple leave it there on the counter you'll notice it starts to turn brown the same way that we need oxygen it also is what's killing us and the same thing goes for sugar we need a certain amount of sugar i mean the brain still has about a forty percent energy requirement for glucose but sugar is also very damaging it's like oh toxic it damages your proteins is one of the reasons why type two diabetes is so damaging because at that point your blood sugar has become chronically elevated gleich hitting all of the proteins that make you tend to think about protein as a nutrient in terms of its ability to help us grow bigger muscles but we are made of protein actually the protein that aggregates informs the plaques that characterize alzheimer's disease that's another protein that can become gleich hated and when this happens when it when it gets bound to sugar in the molecular sense it becomes less easily able to be flushed away which is something that our brains actually do when we sleep our brains actually clean themselves of these of these proteins that can aggregate over the course of the day so one of our best performing episodes of healthy ever was on sleep which i was totally surprised by did not think people really cared that much about sleep nor did i honestly know how.
Bleeding Linked To 'Spice' In 4 Maryland Cases: Health Officials
"One zero two good afternoon i'm bill vanco synthetic drugs are very much in the news around baltimore this afternoon on a couple of fronts state's attorney marilyn mostly this morning announcing that joint federal and state investigation has resulted in the arrest of eleven people in the seizure of three hundred grams of fenton nil the synthetic opioids that's led to hundreds of overdose cases around maryland in recent months deputy police commissioner gary toggle says those arrests represent a partnership between prosecutors and police from many local agencies sort of send a message particularly to those at think that they can deal drugs street commit heinous acts of violence they get away with it wheat will work backwards toward you and then there's the synthetic pot that's causing trouble for poison control officials in maryland they say two more people were treated over the weekend for severe bleeding after they used a form of synthetic marijuana that was the third case this month earlier somebody who who'd use the drug began bleeding uncontrollably now officials at the maryland poison center are warning people against using synthetic marijuana especially after three pupil in chicago died from using it in chicago the drug turned out to be laced with rat poison it's unclear if the same thing is in effect here in rundle county today looks like one of those farmers insurance tv commercials in the making a huge tree that fell over this morning into sliced into a house like a butter knife it happened on herald harvard road in crowns ville firecrackers got here they found that the trae had literally sliced the house like slice a loaf of bread now peachy is on the same they have cut some power to the because the trade is still resting on power lines held at the time there were adults inside the house but the neighbors are taking care of the animals in the process of notifying the owners of this house powered hopper roads going to be closed down for quite some time until they're able to remove this treat reporting live in eleven i've kept who are taylor kempton roy is lying but we warned if you were supposed to fly out of bwi today the flight schedule they're likely to be impacted by lousy weather throughout the northeast and across much of the united states today most of the major airports in new york and boston reporting delays this afternoon and.
"three hundred grams" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast
"There's this really great theory idea and i talked about it bit ingenious foods that the brain today it might be a problem for somebody today trying to fit into a onesizefitsall educational path rear but that person actually might have been the ultimate bad as gatherer you know and i can certainly relate to that i mean that's why so many people with adhd go into more hundred careers and they're actually happier that way i certainly i mean i can certainly relate to that yes so going back so i mean you know today were just overindulging on these ultra processed foods were still eating grains with every meal were advised actually by our usda my plate to include grains at every meal when there's no good evidence to say grains improve health it's still being marketed to us as if we need them for good health so i mean these dietary recommendations are not evidence based your average american needs about three hundred grams of carbohydrates per day saying nuts i don't know if i eat three hundred grams of carbs in a week so what that's doing century is that it's keeping us with chronically elevated insulin levels chronically elevated insulin can proceed diagnosis of diabetes by decade and this is actually the one of the major problems chronically elevated insulin whether or not your blood sugar whether or not it's your insulin resistance has gotten to the point where blood sugar becomes chronically elevated it's believed that forty percent of else hammers cases might be owed to chronically elevated insulin alone.
"three hundred grams" Discussed on WDRC
"My blood sugar is completely and totally normal my doctor told me said look embed the bad part is it you know type 2 diabetes as you get older no matter what gets worse but my blood sugar levels are completely with the normal range of any other person out there in fact if i went to a doctor today and they they they basically took it they wouldn't think i had type 2 diabetes right uh but it bricking per gets progressively worse than the doctor said the good news is uh told me one time made me laugh he said want the good the bad and his first i said the bad news he said the bad news his type 2 diabetes will eventually kill you the good news should be a hundred and thirty or one hundred forty one a dozen and so that's you know it's a kind of disease at if you watch which you do and i was just eating way too many carbs because i thought that working out and everything that was what you're supposed to do so i probably the average human i think is supposed to have just three hundred grams of carbs a day i probably was eating 500 yeah so if i lotta people far exceed lighter three hundred so of isis cut back and when i first went in they said you know try to stay picked two hundred twenty a day i really go over a hundred and fifty most as i don't go over a hundred and you know this this time of year the other day uh i've been working a long hours lately and i and the other day i was like man i don't know that i've had any protein today because there when when it happens when my schedule stretches out like that i just i just simply don't eat um mostly because one i do regardless of what i eat that's what i kind of that's when my metabolism changes in i don't you know did come slows down a little bit so i would rather wait until undone working well sometimes but that's very late in my day but then i realized the of the morning was like man i don't think i've had.
"three hundred grams" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"My blood sugar is completely and totally normal is my doctor told me said look at bad the bad part is it you know type 2 diabetes as you get older no matter what gets worse but my blood sugar levels are completely with the normal range of any other person out there in fact if i went to a doctor today and they they they basically took it they wouldn't think i had type 2 diabetes right uh but it pricking print gets progressively worse than the doctor said the good news is uh told me one time made me laugh he said want the good news of the bad news for i said the bad news he said the bad news is type 2 diabetes will eventually kill you the good news should be a hundred and thirty four hundred and forty when it does and so that's you know it's a kind of disease at if you watch which you doing i was just way too many carbs 'cause i thought that working out and everything that was what you're supposed to do right so i probably the average human i think is supposed to have just three hundred grams of carbs today i probably was eating 500 yeah so if i lotta people far exceed three hundred so if i just cut back in when i first went in they said you know tried to stick to two hundred twenty a day i really go over a hundred and fifty most days i don't go over a hundred and you know this this time of year the other day uh i've been working a long hours lately and i and the other day i was like man i don't know that i've had any protein today because they're when when it happens when my schedule stretches out like that i just i just simply don't eat mostly because when i do regardless of what i eat that's when i kind of that's when my metabolism changes in i don't you know did kind of slows down a little bit so i would rather wait until undone working well sometimes it's very late in my day but then i realized the of the morning was like man i don't think i've had it's been all carbs no protein at all today but it's this time of year a lotta people to in a.
"three hundred grams" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Know my blood sugar is completely and totally normals my doctor told me said look a bad the bad part is it you know type 2 diabetes as you get older no matter what gets worse but my blood sugar levels are completely with the normal range of any other person out there in fact if i went to a doctor today and they they they basically took it they wouldn't think i had type 2 diabetes right uh but it pricking print gets progressively worse than the doctor said the good news is uh told me one time made me laugh he said month the good news of the bad news first i said the bad news he said the bad news is type 2 diabetes will eventually kill you the good news should be a hundred and thirty or one hundred forty one it does and so that's you know it's a kind of disease at if you watch which you do and i was just seeking way too many carbs because i thought that working out and everything that was what you're supposed to do so i probably the average human i think is supposed to have just three hundred grams of carbs a day i probably was eating 500 yeah so if i lotta people far exceeded three hundred so of isis cut back in when i first went in they said you know tried to stick to two hundred twenty a day i really guo over hundred and fifty most as i don't go over a hundred and you know this this time of year the other day uh i've been working a long hours lately and i and the other day i was like man i don't know that i've had any protein today because they're when when it happens when my schedule stretches out like that i just i just simply don't eat mostly because one i do regardless of what i eat that's what i kind of that's when my metabolism changes in i don't you know did kind of slows down a little bit so i.