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Fresh update on "autoimmune disorder" discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

01:45 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "autoimmune disorder" discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Like an immune food. I it's feeding your immune system to be able to respond on either side of that teeter totter to the best that your body can and so it's kind of an interesting on different way to think of your immune system is that you want that immune your immune system and balance and yes. If you get sick you may in layer and on top of that but you want that immune system balance and it's something that people should think about. Hey what do. I take day in and day out. Yeah that's what. I was going to stay intact yet. So that's what i was going to ask you. So what are some among a immune modulators now. Prob- probably the best known if people were going to go out and buy immune modulator the product. That's out there. It's called mud. Chew care m. o. d. u. c. a. r. e. macchia care and You know and it's an extract actually an extract from pine bark. But if you're even if you're allergic to find it doesn't matter when they take it out it's takes away all the allergens And that's probably the best immune modulator out. There there's a few others that that can be benefit like a beta one. Three can for example is one and But but mancha care probably has the majority of research out there on it so that's an easy one that we care they can get my available in a hundred different ways right when you look online or go to a store. You're gonna find it and no go ahead go ahead. No you go ahead. No i was. I was just saying you know. You know. Reasonable cost You know basically for maintenance. You'd say you know capsules a day you know twenty milligrams per capsule and you can take one time if you want And works really. Well i'm definitely gonna get someone said pine bark. You made me think of something that i do anytime i've ever gotten because i can't take antibiotics autoimmune disorder. I haven't been able to take them for many many years. I'm violently allergic to them And so i'm always trying to keep my immune system really strong and one of the things i do if i do get a little sick and it starts to get a sore throat or my bronchial tubes feel irritated whatever. I take mullion extract. I don't know if that's a mod considered a modulator or not but But it really works for me to clear my lungs out and it's been around for centuries people have been using it so absolutely. I mean there's so much in plant medicine. Yeah we're just starting to understand whether you're looking at essential oils that people can you know you know for example putting eucalyptus in your bath- right really good in terms of opening up the broncos and kind of you know you know very much kind of helping support your immune system so a lot of great solutions out there and you know for most people That have auto immune disorders for example modulating your immune system trying to get it to stay imbalance. That's kind of one of the big things that creates an advantage for it because a lot of folks out there with auto immunity their immune systems working really hard one direction. You know so. Get it the balance out a little bit now. And i've never even heard the term immune modulator till today discussing it with you. But i'm looking at the clock. We're going to go quick break. Everybody stay tuned. More coming up with. Jim lavalle where he is amazing. We're gonna be talking. Continue our talk about the top supplements.

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"autoimmune disorder" Discussed on Dr Nurse F Show

Dr Nurse F Show

03:28 min | Last month

"autoimmune disorder" Discussed on Dr Nurse F Show

"Think so if you do have diabetes my muscles her all the time do you do you have end stage fibro. I mean. I thought i might have five role might algebra but i think he might be diabetic. But i'm but i'm i can't be but sam not see this a reason why threw up in school. Sorry what's your one see. I don't know. I don't check it all right. We just checked it. What do you remember what it is honey. We just checked it what is it. What is it honey swallow. I trouble with that last week. There is if you have to swallow so do. I is operatives because she just diabetic. Four point five spitzer quitters. Two minutes is at all. It is no given stage fibro with diabetes. My muscles her all the time. She's normal four point five in the morning. it can't walk because my feet are on fire. how much alcohol drink daily basis. This might have something to do with her. I think because her grandmother had a heart attack when time he played edward forty hands. I do have chest pain. Sometimes if you've ever been for autoimmune disorder feel sort of breath right now in fact you know maybe she needs to be admitted like checked out really close. Thank you should admit me. And i feel like that's the only way to figure it out because nobody has ever been able to figure me out. I'm so challenging okay. We we really need help. Because i just i just wanted to be happy in okay and it just makes me think like i just feel like i'm sick. All the time. Sounds like fiber tons of fibro and end stage and stage. But it's not you see babe. These doctors are finally going to figure it out. It's not just. The muscle aches and the burning of my feet in the burning of my pee. it's porfirio's and so much more got an elite as i mean. Sometimes i poop too much to do much. Even when i even when i drink like a whole entire bottle of pepsi abysmal. I still put too much. I think they might have stumped us. Is this munchausen the Do you see me. She's got everything. Good congratulations good job. Good job actually. I'm impressed he diagnosed munchausen without testing. You for jack shit today. One see that seems very very not the best idea. But i'm okay without likud acton..

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"autoimmune disorder" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

01:42 min | Last month

"autoimmune disorder" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"Auto. Antibodies a good thing if you had an auto immune meaning your body reacting to itself so anybody's against itself against proteins that are in itself and i mean we all have some degree of auto antibodies. But under i don't know of any benefit to auto antibodies so some people have more than others but there are a host of people who have auto immune disorders and in the context of an autoimmune disorder. Your immune system is sort of compromise. And it's hypo vigilant. So it's not able to augment your immune system in a way until the situation becomes very dire so and in in that context when you launch a massive immune response like dire straits in auto immune condition. Your immune system is chronically activated. So now just worn thin. It's fucking exhausted under reacts until it's dire and then it goes crazy. Yeah so that's not not all situations are that are that scenario. But i think that's a good approximation or overview of kind of. What's happening. Okay so now. Help me understand because that all fits this narrative that i'm telling myself but the young healthy people having such a robust immune system that they overreact. That's the one. Do you think that's just something that has to do with this virus. We've never seen before and so we're not adapted to deal with it and so it just causes a glitch in the matrix or yet the pathogenicity is like super hyper pathogenic in that way that it can sort of hijack your immune system and when you have a massive cytokine.

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"autoimmune disorder" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

02:38 min | Last month

"autoimmune disorder" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"Seem to make sense or you're saying because hey the reason that it's only problematic and people that have homer biddies is because they've already had this chronic problem. That actually makes a lot of sense. Is that yeah. Well cove is a little different. You can have your if you're healthy young people it's very Potentially very damaging for them because a very large immune response could cause more damage to your internal organs. So if you're immune system is my term of hyper vigilant is being able to detect something. Deal with it and neutralize it okay. So that's type hyper digilent- without overreacting so that's a proper immune response whereas if you have an auto immune condition under no situations that i'm aware of our auto. Antibodies beneficial. Maybe they are. I don't know from my knowledge you know about the immune system. Immunology no context our auto. Antibodies a good thing if you had an auto immune meaning your body reacting to itself so anybody's against itself against proteins that are in itself and i mean we all have some degree of auto antibodies. But under i don't know of any benefit to auto antibodies so some people have more than others but there are a host of people who have auto immune disorders and in the context of an autoimmune disorder. Your immune system is sort of compromise. And it's hypo vigilant. So it's not able to augment your immune system in a way until the situation becomes very dire so and in in that context when you launch a massive immune response like dire straits in auto immune condition. Your immune system is chronically activated. So now just worn thin. It's fucking exhausted under reacts until it's dire and then it goes crazy. Yeah so that's not not all situations are that are that scenario. But i think that's a good approximation or overview of kind of. What's happening. Okay so now. Help me understand because that all fits this narrative that i'm telling myself but the young healthy people having such a robust immune system that they overreact. That's the one. Do you think that's something that has to do with this virus. We've never seen before and so we're not adapted to deal with it and so it just causes a glitch in the matrix or yet the pathogenicity is like super hyper pathogenic in that way that it can sort of hijack your immune system and when you have a massive cytokine storm and it can attack.

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"autoimmune disorder" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

03:41 min | Last month

"autoimmune disorder" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Shoot. It's the best steak that you're ever going to have. It's ridiculous super tender. So yeah when i eat that. Today i'm gonna drive home. I'm gonna grab one of the ten ounce revised. I'll come back if you guys are still here. You'll you'll have one of those. They're good okay. Yeah that'd be said My my wife was actually asking because Our son six months old so she's still breastfeeding shoes. Curious did you stay. You know like carnival all the way through post pregnancy as well or now a cell i okay. I would have given my symptoms because my pregnancy was miserable miserable and i was only mean eating meat and greens. I was getting so much help. From my in-laws particular. It'd been like you're going to die of nutrient deficiencies and i was like oh diving autoimmune disorder before i die of nutrient deficiencies mikeladze. Screw off and on during your pregnancy. Well okay so. I put myself intermission with his paleo. Diet stop taking us is which exacerbated all my symptoms. I was going in and out of food re introductions having these autoimmune flare ups and after about a year i was like i'm just not gonna introduce anything. Screw it i'll be stuck on. This is eating like seventeen food. Suhel lot more than two seventeen foods. And i was like i'm just wanna be happy. Toy stopped introducing everything and maybe a month. After that i got pregnant and my autoimmune symptoms came back even on the same diet and i was like what the hell is this just pregnancy like you google pregnancy. And they're like. Oh yeah you feel like. You're about to diets normal like everything's normal for pregnancy and i was like well. I'm itchy jerry. Really be itchy. Like is not a kind of a an immune response was like no. That's also normal. Okay so i. I waited throughout the pregnancy and then with breastfeeding. I still didn't get better so it wasn't. The pregnancy was like. Oh god i'm still stuck here and so it was four months into breastfeeding where i was like. I'm itchy meyer. Th rightous was back enough. It wasn't as bad as pre diet but it was back enough that i was worried. I was going to drop. Scarlet goes waking up to breastfeed at night and my right wrist would like buckle. When i put myself out of bed and i was like i can't live like this. And that's when i went to the beef diet so four months into breastfeeding E- and i was like well if i'm healthier. The baby is going to be healthier is got to be that and at that point it was so absurd scarlet. Like if i ate too many. I really like collard. Greens by had too many collard. Greens scarlet would appear as if she had a stomach after she breastfed. And so i got the collard greens out like a cut. Some of these things. That i was like saving giving your stomach ache. Is that possible. And that improved things. But when i got rid of solid her stomach aches went away and she had cradle cap and that went away. But i would have done it earlier. I've seen i've seen people have perfectly healthy pregnancies on carnivore diet I would have done it earlier and i. We'll do it next time. But i didn't know about it Than what about fasting buddy. Chances curious i wouldn't. I usually tell people i dunno. Ca- like eight intuitively. But i wouldn't force intermittent fasting or fasting on anyone breastfeeding or pregnant. Because your body's using so much energy i When i was breastfeeding i i was eating. I might have been eating three thousand calories a day instead of what i eat now. May the eighteen hundred. Just because i was hungry. So if you're like well. I'm trying to lose pregnancy weight. Change what you eat and not try and intermittent fast or anything. I don't think is your body earned more. Burn more calories breastfeeding than you do. When you're pregnant from what i've heard tell. They estimate four or five hundred calories extra for being pregnant. Yes you have to eat a lot versus when you're breastfeeding thousand calories or something.

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"autoimmune disorder" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

02:50 min | Last month

"autoimmune disorder" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"Your physician may die. Diagnosed with psoriasis. Well in advance of you presenting with symptoms of psoriatic authorizes. But as i stated earlier there were individuals walking around that. Have been diagnosed with psoriasis. Experienced joint pain in some of the symptoms. That i'm about to discuss and do not realize they have psoriatic oth- rightous and need to be treated for it acupunctures. Great for psoriasis. Acupunctures great for psoriatic arthritis. And i myself see tons of patients with these conditions and i work well with your doctors back and forth. Okay and this is. Why are we say. See your local acupuncture contact acupunctures my life because along with your annual visits to your physician for semiannual regular wellness visits with you acupunctures. You can't go your life will change and it usually does okay but understand that. Some of the symptoms that accompany so radical thrive is that many are on the way of his one. Well this one they you know it comes it. Psoriasis rashes with redness. Because so we had a quote. Rightous begins as stated a chronic inflammatory skin. Disease meaning psoriasis. Okay and and put these red rashes will present like in a form of plaques that tend to be painful each and they usually present on your elbows your scalp your knees. Your feet hands lower back. Those are the areas that you tend to notice shit but then you know other symptoms of psoriatic. Arthritis can present a swelling a form of swelling. Because it's not unusual for the tissues that surround your joints to become inflamed because this is an autoimmune disorder so as this tissue becomes inflamed swelling causes the joints to swell. And it's more times going to present like in your toes and in your fingers..

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Essential Oils for Veterans, PTSD, Trauma, and Neglect

The Essential Oil Revolution

02:20 min | 5 months ago

Essential Oils for Veterans, PTSD, Trauma, and Neglect

"Nicole and i started chatting and just kept going and kept going without much of a pause. So i'm just gonna go ahead and plunged into the beginning of our conversation here talking about her experiences returning home after service and dealing with this very damaging neurological autoimmune disorder that no one seemed to be able to diagnose or acknowledge what really was going on not fund and there's all sorts of judgement that comes with it with your missing a limb but people understand but it may have an invisible illness than you get especially if you're in a wheelchair people know that you can stand up or people know that you can walk or they know that your legs work than its oil. You must be faking it in milking the system in and there's all sorts of all sorts of difficulties with that so you end up becoming very withdrawn. I wonder how to that affects your health. If the world is throwing this bias in this judgment that you do you ever sometimes find yourself thinking like god. I wish i did. Just look sick or yeah. Yeah absolutely and that type of thinking leads down a very self destructive path. I'm sure and i mean my major wakeup call. I was driving back from my boyfriend's house at the time moore married now but at the time we were dating and he transferred to about two and a half hours away from where it was going to school side. Go visit him on the weekends now. A striving back with my dog in the backseat. Ridgeback and at the time was my service. Dog she's passed away now about a year and a half ago. And we're going over a bridge and i started wondering what it would feel like to hear the crash of the glass and feel that ice cold ocean water crushing the me and the only reason why i didn't drive off that bridge because my dog i had adopted her to keep her from going back to the pound. For a second time she was deemed untrainable within a month. She was completely trained and service dog qualified

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Fasting and Autophagy for Glowing Skin with Naomi Whittel

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

05:05 min | 10 months ago

Fasting and Autophagy for Glowing Skin with Naomi Whittel

"Walk him. Everybody fasting transformation. Some rear uncovering the most ancient inexpensive at powerful healing strategy known to mankind. fasting on your host. Dr david dockers and really really excited about today's guests. I have got naomi whittle. Who is one of the leading pioneers. Really when it comes to fasting india ron's hostage and she's going to go through her story today and i really found out about now naomi through her book glow fifteen and docu series skinny on fat which was incredible but she has been out in the press for a long time. Trail-blazing road for people like me to come across and applause. Something like this transformation summit and so she's ride widely recognized as as the one watch in the wellness from within stays name by prevention. The nation's leading female innovator in the natural products industry she's held as a trailblazer in an advocate of purity could see nutro-ceuticals. She's a ceo of twin lab. Which if you're in the health space heard of that That nutraceutical company and she continued deliver on her promises to help. Millions thrive award-winning supplements. They know truly help them a premier wellness partner for schutte see. Naomi has been recognized as one of the leading. Innovators natural products industry by wholefoods magazine exclusive. Who's who of manufacturers and suppliers. Her story products have been lauded by the wall street journal. The dockers dr oz shape access hollywood natural solutions. Good morning america the today show and more and so naomi. Welcome to the fasting transportation summit. I am so thrilled to be part of. What is my absolute favorite topic in the whole world in something that i would say has impacted my life. Probably more than any other tool that i've ever used an. It's a tool fasting. That i've been using really since i was in my teens It is the most unbelievable and powerful will end and even last night. I was on the phone with a leading researcher. In the area of the micro bio matt really excited to share with you. Some of the ran new like cutting edge research as it relates to. What happens when you're going through a fast for your microbiome. It will definitely cover that today. And so let's share your story really how you got going with this because you said you've been fasting since you're a teenager. So how did that all start so for me. What happened was i have always struggled with auto immune disorders so Verse autoimmune disorder. That really manifested was on my skin and that manifestation was with amount. So there's a deep inflammation within my audie. And i was born with these autoimmune disorders and they continued to manifest in different ways. From entering trio says to I have mast cell activation and so growing up in europe. I was born in switzerland on an it. Namic farm and my father's a chemist than my parents were and have always been one hundred percent committed to a healthy natural way of living. So i never went to conventional authors. I never had the experience of antibiotics. I mean none of that So living very healthy lifestyle. I still was covered in this berry. Embarrassing and uncomfortable That would lead in. It would pause. Just i couldn't get to the place where i had it under control and so i'm using natural solutions to to solve for. It was what we did every day. So from the foods that eight on anti inflammatory foods that i a unprocessed things all help but ultimately i couldn't i couldn't push the inflammation down as much as i needed to and so when i was in my late teens is when i was really introduced to the power fasting and at that time i would be doing juice fasts right so i didn't know that i could benefit so much more from from doing the different types of fast things that we do now so i had learned about intermittent fasting at that time. I hadn't i didn't know like that. Water fasting would be good for me. I knew that it was very important as it related to more of the religious ways of fasting but at that time i was doing juice fasting so i would typically do pretty intense juice fast for seven to ten days and i would mix that with different detox methodologies and they were very valuable and then quickly once a week i would do like a watermelon juice

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"autoimmune disorder" Discussed on Your Own Magic

Your Own Magic

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"autoimmune disorder" Discussed on Your Own Magic

"That I'm over the moon about have all you know all the different things that are in my life I never thought I would have as much as I have right now. But at the same time to get here, I had to lower my stations. The expectations are what was absolutely killing me like literally literally killing me because I ain't got all sorts of like weird stuff with stress at an. Autoimmune disorder flare up out of nowhere I was hospitalized. It was really really bad So in I really do attribute it to my importance levels about all different kinds of stuff you know. So that's why I have it tattooed on my body now because I want to never ever ever forget what lowering importance levels has done for me on my reality it's essentially given me the reality of my dreams but. To get here. The off, I had to go in the opposite direction of what I was taught. While? Oh my gosh this is such a powerful message for so many better listening including myself in back. It was indeed a message I know my kids have been throwing at and I've just been resistant to. But for whatever reason whenever it's it comes through another human I'm like, okay I. Hear You. Now I get it I get it. Good I'm glad I'm glad I. Some days I can really like hit it 'cause here's the thing again the books bag and I know there there's a lot of concepts yet not is not as complex as like when you first take a look I know it can be intimidating like Oh my God we're going to. I it's quite simple we. You'll. You'll get it if you if you if you if you want to, you'll get it and sometimes I can boil it down in like really just. Hit it exactly on.

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A Discussion About Mashup - Fasting

FoundMyFitness

05:51 min | 1 year ago

A Discussion About Mashup - Fasting

"Are other ways of changing the microbiome for one Actually, a pilot clinical trial found that intermittent fasting for fifteen days intermittent fasting. But on the days of their fasting in this pilot study, people could eat with up to five hundred calories sort of like a fasting mimicking diet almost in a way. They basically did this for fifteen days. So they were fasting for a total of seven days and then not fasting for total seven days, and there was an increase in bacterial richness in in the gut microbiome in certain types of bacteria that have been shown to promote the production of t regulatory cells. and basically there's This was including lactobacillus bacteria, which are which are commonly used in probiotics as well. Those those have been shown to play a role in promoting T regulatory cell numbers through the production short chain fatty acids. it also enriched other bacterial species like protozoa, which is another one that's also been shown to play a role in. T Regulatory Cell Production In the Gut. Interestingly, it was also shown that fasting induced is sort of its own. You know like kitone body metabolism was happening. That was regulating the micro basically was facilitating microbiome growth as well. So I thought that was a really interesting study was because fasting itself has been shown to also affect autumn unity through other mechanisms aside from the Gut microbiome. which that study I just cited really focused on but there have been other studies. A lot of lot of studies have been done. by Dr Vaulter Longo and colleagues that are found either fasting. Fasting mimicking diet or even a Ketogenic Diet. Has. Has Been Shown in animal studies and a very, very small pilot clinical study in patients with multiple sclerosis. An autoimmune disorder where individuals basically just just one week of the fasting mimicking diet or. or six months on the Keita. Genetic Diet so much longer period beyond the ketogenic diet versus the week of the fasting mimicking diet. They had an improvement in in clinical measures for a variety of clinical measures for for Multiple Sclerosis the animal studies sort of confirmed that. That the you know there was a lot a lot of effects on on t regulatory cells and a variety of different effects on autoimmune regulation from the fasting mimicking diet or also fasting. So other studies have found that fasting itself. Can Basically Lead to to preferential preferentially lead to the death of dysfunctional cells, and the seems to happen quite a bit in the immune system So as as a fast becomes more prolonged A tofte g starts to happen and a tough ogies basically clearing out damaged off with NFL. But as the as the stressor becomes stronger, if the entire cell is actually damaged enough the cell will die via pop toasties and this has been shown to occur in definitely occurred animal studies where basically if you if you take a mouse and fast for forty eight hours. About. Twenty. Eight percent of the immune cells in the mouse will die off and this activates stem cells in the blood system and. Then, he met a poetic system where they stem cells increased by six fold, and this causes stem cells then to make brand new. Immune cells, young brand, new healthy immune cells, and. Only it's. VAULTER has shown that they bake. Non they make they make functional immune cell. So you can clear out a number functional immune cell that perhaps would be was playing a role in auto immunity and replace it with a healthy functional immune cell that you know that basically is not having that autoimmune sort of defect But it's really you know the those animal studies were shown to be dependent on it jeff one levels just plummeting going going way down and it's important to to to realize translation of animals that he's like that to humans There's a lot of factors to consider. So for example, and mouse or rodent will lose twenty percent of their of their body weight after a forty eight hour fast whereas a human will only lose one to two percent. This a big difference and it's also been shown that within that two day period. Rodents can blower there one by fifty percent. whereas. It takes a human five days on a water on on. You know of basically not eating anything to to lower their levels by fifty percent. So big differences there and with respect to translating animal to to mouse studies but again. there has been some pilot studies looking at. Fasting and the effects on auto immune disease like multiple sclerosis when I just mentioned there's also been some pilot studies looking at a forty eight hour water fast in humans and there was a trend towards the adipose stem cell activation like I just mentioned with the Animal Studies.

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A Guide For Mashup - Fasting

FoundMyFitness

04:29 min | 1 year ago

A Guide For Mashup - Fasting

"There are other ways of changing the microbiome for one Actually, a pilot clinical trial found that intermittent fasting for fifteen days intermittent fasting. But on the days of their fasting in this pilot study, people could eat with up to five hundred calories sort of like a fasting mimicking diet almost in a way. They basically did this for fifteen days. So they were fasting for a total of seven days and then not fasting for total seven days, and there was an increase in bacterial richness in in the gut microbiome in certain types of bacteria that have been shown to promote the production of t regulatory cells. and basically there's This was including lactobacillus bacteria, which are which are commonly used in probiotics as well. Those those have been shown to play a role in promoting T regulatory cell numbers through the production short chain fatty acids. it also enriched other bacterial species like protozoa, which is another one that's also been shown to play a role in. T Regulatory Cell Production In the Gut. Interestingly, it was also shown that fasting induced is sort of its own. You know like kitone body metabolism was happening. That was regulating the micro basically was facilitating microbiome growth as well. So I thought that was a really interesting study was because fasting itself has been shown to also affect autumn unity through other mechanisms aside from the Gut microbiome. which that study I just cited really focused on but there have been other studies. A lot of lot of studies have been done. by Dr Vaulter Longo and colleagues that are found either fasting. Fasting mimicking diet or even a Ketogenic Diet. Has. Has Been Shown in animal studies and a very, very small pilot clinical study in patients with multiple sclerosis. An autoimmune disorder where individuals basically just just one week of the fasting mimicking diet or. or six months on the Keita. Genetic Diet so much longer period beyond the ketogenic diet versus the week of the fasting mimicking diet. They had an improvement in in clinical measures for a variety of clinical measures for for Multiple Sclerosis the animal studies sort of confirmed that. That the you know there was a lot a lot of effects on on t regulatory cells and a variety of different effects on autoimmune regulation from the fasting mimicking diet or also fasting. So other studies have found that fasting itself. Can Basically Lead to to preferential preferentially lead to the death of dysfunctional cells, and the seems to happen quite a bit in the immune system So as as a fast becomes more prolonged A tofte g starts to happen and a tough ogies basically clearing out damaged off with NFL. But as the as the stressor becomes stronger, if the entire cell is actually damaged enough the cell will die via pop toasties and this has been shown to occur in definitely occurred animal studies where basically if you if you take a mouse and fast for forty eight hours. About. Twenty. Eight percent of the immune cells in the mouse will die off and this activates stem cells in the blood system and. Then, he met a poetic system where they stem cells increased by six fold, and this causes stem cells then to make brand new. Immune cells, young brand, new healthy immune cells, and. Only it's. VAULTER has shown that they bake. Non they make they make functional immune cell. So you can clear out a number functional immune cell that perhaps would be was playing a role in auto immunity and replace it with a healthy functional immune cell that you know that basically is not having that autoimmune sort of defect

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WHO spokesperson sheds light on 'second peak' of coronavirus

Morning Edition

06:01 min | 1 year ago

WHO spokesperson sheds light on 'second peak' of coronavirus

"We approach one hundred thousand deaths from the coronavirus here in the US the world's top health officials are warning that coronavirus infections could go back up in the middle of this current outbreak they're worried about countries including the United States lifting restrictions too quickly this is separate from the so called second wave expected to happen in the fall here's Dr Michael Ryan the director of the world health organization's emergencies program speaking yesterday we cannot make assumptions that just because the disease is on the way down now that it's on them it's going to keep going down and then we're going to get a number of months to get ready for a second way we may get a second peak in this way I'm joined now by Dr Margaret Harris a member of the WHO's coronavirus response team and a W. H. O. spokesperson thank you so much for being with us doctor hers thank you very much for having me Rachel can you just explain more what the concern is about a potential second peak in in infections during this current moment this current outbreak so we sing with different countries quite different patents and what needs to be understood is this coronavirus is not the flute so a lot of people have put what a cold the flu lens on their expectations they keep on thinking it's seasonal but if you look around the globe we've got countries in the middle of the summer and autumn having large large outbreaks so we're not seeing a seasonal Patton what we are seeing is indeed when people ease too quickly that they do then C. and a rise in infections so we certainly don't say you have to be a lockdown but we're saying he's carefully so what are you advising the U. S. and other countries to do to prevent a second peak so first we'll know your transmission and this is because the US is a huge country you've got many many different states communities cities experiencing very different transmissions so they all have their own outbreaks at different stages so they're full of course they need to pace it according to what's really going on so how do you know that you have to be testing you have to be tracking and you have to have a very clear on his own what's happening with the transmission in your community so as you can pick your moment has the W. H. O. Boenning conversation with the trump administration about the urgent need for more testing wearing conversation with administrations with health authorities with health experts around the world all the time these discussions go on continuously but I don't have to tell you about the tension between the United States the trump administration and the WHL president trump has threatened to pull U. S. funding for the WHL or just leave altogether I mean given those tensions are you concerned that the US is not heeding the advice of the guidance from the WHL the US is a fantastic partner and the US has got extraordinary depths of great scientific expertise that they sort of tensions obviously are concerned and we do not want to have the U. S. leave we know the world benefits enormously from the public health leadership and the role the US is always played and we hope that will continue I want to ask you about clinical trials for the drug hydroxy Clark one of this is a drug that president trump has touted publicly the W. H. O. announced this week that it's temporarily stopping clinical trials of that drug why so there was a large observational study that was published in the lancet last week when they looked at people who were taking a number of medications and they found that there was an increased incidence in negative outcomes including death but also how to reach me is so it's essentially nobody will be randomized while that safety data is being reviewed president trump says he's been taking Hydroxycut workman for some weeks as a preventative measure against covered nineteen is the W. H. O. advising physicians not to prescribe Hydroxycut Laura Quinn either preventively or to cover nineteen patient so we advise physicians to prescribe hydro Sickler queen full the things that it's used for normally in the normal population such as autoimmune disorders we are not looking at it as a preventive or prophylactic measure and finally I mean we saw new Zealand's prime minister Jacinda Ardern celebrate the fact that that country currently has no one in the hospital being treated for covert nineteen they have turned the corner on this and then you look at the United States which is perhaps going to suffer a second peak in the current outbreak what is the state of affairs right now when you when you take a a broad look at the the global impact of this pandemic where are we now we are really seeing very very large outbreaks in many parts of the world so in fact last week every day we recorded the largest number of new cases that we had seen so one of the issues is when people see their particular outbreak coming down they think oh well that's done done and dusted but that is not the case certainly countries like New Zealand has shown what can be done with very clear communication very clean structure very clear decisions on what to do when and how and there's very very strong commitment by everyone in the community Dr Margaret Harris is a member of the WHO's coronavirus response team thank you for your time we appreciate it thank you

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"autoimmune disorder" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"autoimmune disorder" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"I'm literally and right now. We're we're not on lockdown and we're at shelter in place. I'm literally encouraging my clients and go out into the neighborhood I have a client. That has autoimmune disorder and she is staying inside and I'm having are moving more in exercising more inside But anybody who doesn't have an autoimmune disorder or and feel comfortable to go outside going out in their neighborhood and taking a walk and I'm highly encouraging people to go to different nature preserve And just very meant with all these different things and for us as a family. Were doing that you know. Every every weekend we're going to a new nature preserve less crowded and we're getting out there. So yeah I think that that's really important and I am going to add one little thing here I am encouraging people to take us days right now and that one to two days into really focus on not exercising to use their action. Because when you exercise really intensely it brings down your immune system. I think it's like seventy two hours afterwards And and that's really not what I want like now so I am encouraging that when they exercise the exercise you know they're from ten scale like about Stalin and that they do take their resumes and that they don't exercise when they're tired. They didn't get enough please when they're You know have a seizure or anything like that that they take it off and have that rest and recovery and for me. I'm I'm really upping the Meditation Asleep. I I love love it. I sleep a lot I do that because you know I knew a lot. And it's super important to have that that recovery that consciously coverage so I am stressing that is equally as getting out there and move moving in nature exercising. I'd love for people to do that. I don't want people to over. Shoot that right now. Just because of the whole I mean.

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Thanks to Trump, There’s a Hydroxychloroquine Shortage

Markley and Van Camp

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Thanks to Trump, There’s a Hydroxychloroquine Shortage

"Drugs normally used to treat autoimmune disorders it's in short supply now that the trump administration about twenty nine million doses on anecdotal evidence it's useful against covert nineteen here in LA Dr Anthony cardio says he is seeing significant success in prescribing hydroxy chloroquine in combination with zinc to treat patients who were extremely sick with cold hit nineteen every case I prescribed it to has been very very ill and within eight to twelve hours they were basically symptom free hydroxy core Quinn has long been used to treat malaria and conditions like lupus ABC's Alex stone

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"autoimmune disorder" Discussed on Turn Me On

Turn Me On

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"autoimmune disorder" Discussed on Turn Me On

"Your fucking crazy but I have an autoimmune disorder I've played us and I basically hill my colitis by eating only meat which is against the school of I thought are you like. Are you full on Carnivore Diet like your stakes. I go. I cycle a little Kito by pretty much. Don't eat carbs and that's the thing about anal if you eat the carbs the starch is what sticks it up there and everyone's like how the fuck aren't you constipated with the Meat Diet. No never not once does yes right of course the fat. I do Makita thing to yes. Don't you feel so much better. I feel amazing when I'm doing it hardcore for Shannon when you eat carbs. You're fucked tire no I haven't I see like a fucking maniac EAC typical state yeah. Oh yeah too much sugar. Absolutely I was a straight man what I would eat. I dream about it. All the time I swear to God well speaking of straight men and game yeah yeah go ahead thirty. This is great <hes>. I'm I'm curious to know about you know. We've talked about this on the podcast a number of times where I I. I've been in scenarios where I'm like. I KINDA WANNA like explore being a little more gay than I think I am <hes> with this particular particular person but I've never really actually gone there <hes> but I know I I have a number of gay friends and have heard from them that like there's kind of a <hes> a a scene where oftentimes like they'll get asked by straight male to like like Hay de mind. If if you WANNA show me the ropes like I just WanNa give us a test a test drive <hes> is that something that you've come up against so something about me me attract and my best friend to the one who has to be something about us attracts the curious types all the time. I think it's because I'm not hyper masculine so it's like it's not too much and I'm Kinda like Holbrooke pretty so maybe it's like a little bit of the Feminine Energy There <hes> I had sex with a guy for one time. This guy was like I want to experiment with a guy and I was like that's like annoying because you know they're going to be bad and you're like I'm tool fish but I was like Oh. They're going to be bad. I feel like look I'm not. I don't think you could be good the first time like what are you going to be like. I I beg to differ. I think it'd be great the first time warp it out. No I <hes> so this guy was like I just want to try this with. You and I was like a an end to it then he sent me a photo. He was like literally model so I was like okay so it comes over to my house and we're sitting on the couch and he's like I never done this before and he's like he's shaking like he's not a joe well. He's not like he's not like a fetish but like no Israel and he's like listen. I'm going to put my hand on your leg and if <hes> if like it's weird I'm just GonNa leave and I was like okay. That's fine and then like an hour later or fucking when I was like whoops like I was the top which I always assumed that like you know that's stupid of of me but I assume that he would want to talk because that's what he's used to with a woman <hes> so I was like Whoa that was really hot and also like not even asking like we use the condom on him because I wanted to but like it's having twice with these quasi straight men. Don't even go for the condom. Just not even like why am I oh fuck. Let let me educate yeah <hes> and then we were like go ahead you had did you. Did you guys like having sort of conversation about like <hes>.

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"autoimmune disorder" Discussed on Your Mom's House

Your Mom's House

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"autoimmune disorder" Discussed on Your Mom's House

"Message and data rates may apply. And the fact that we weren't rolling. Really bums me out, but we should take a quick moment to introduce one of our old friends in in stand up comedy. And I say we keep getting older, but this guy he looks fucking twenty four look at that. Ryan stout. I sleep a lot I stat of the sun everybody. Great dating a woman with eight which you're marrying keeps the weight off. And. Yeah. And she doesn't drink alcohol managing either one of us. Yeah. So explain to me why explain the audience white. I would be led to think that she has an autoimmune disorder, which are the first three letters aides Christine. Cristina's decided. She went there. He said, well, my fiancee has an autoimmune disorder. She goes she has aids but top she kinda underplayed it. She was like she is eight. Aid. You looked you looked at frayed for me. I wanted to know like Ryan tell me about that choice. Yeah. Hey, I don't know. I mean people manage lives now. We they take prep, and and we just just voiding. What I mean? What did you think for a moment? Maybe she had a blood transfusion. It's just it's cool that. Yeah. Yes. Eights maybe Ryan's in. No, you can't love someone with aids. That's what you're inferring saying. I wasn't saying that I was just saying that like he was saying that maybe shouldn't have aids. Yeah. That was like when he said, she has used for my mind was like she probably don't have aids. To immune disorder is where aids stands for the acid. I don't mean deficiencies. Yeah. It's a bad one of all. Yeah. I'm one of the people that believes that's fake, actually. Oh, yeah. There's flatter than there's us. We don't believe in aids aids deniers. Well, basically what happened was and this is true. They just started taking anybody who's HIV positive. And then if you had something else wrong with you. They were like, wow you've eights..

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"autoimmune disorder" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

13:55 min | 2 years ago

"autoimmune disorder" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"We are back with our final segment with madrick toll and his book and elegant events. And let's go to the calls as promised. Let's go to Sasha truck driving in Palm Springs, California. Hi sasha. Go ahead. You're on with us. Go ahead or thank you very much a huge fan. Thank you saw some great guests like this to retell really really enjoyable a quick question. List? He's a variety of types of illnesses matters coca. We able to pick that up that. Yeah. Are they are they are they have Sasha asking are they available for variety of illnesses. And then I or just and then I missed the last word if we picked up back up against what was the last part of your question. Yeah. Paul just trucking through the ten freeway. There are these immuno therapies available for a variety of types of illnesses. Mattress focused. Yeah. Just that. So the the the breadth of them they're getting from their getting available for more. But the two big categories right now or a growing number of cancers and autoimmune disorders, and they do in auto immune disorders. An opposite. What they do in cancer in cancer as in Jason they try to get the immune system going again and jacked up in auto immune disorders, which is where the immune system. The bouncer is overpowering and attacking your own body, the seek to put the brakes on add more, ballet, dancer and believe it or not Sasha those drugs are among the most best selling they are billion dollar Trump's right now for auto immune disorders, and the reason is that the people who have suffered from these rheumatoid arthritis lupus, I mean, krone just go down the list of all these things we're discovering the way our body attacks itself, we haven't really had good cures before. And so that's a big area. I wanna say one thing for Sasha and anybody else interested in this. You gotta have your eyes wide open. If you use. These treatments because if you accelerate the immune system, if you make the bouncer to powerful, you may attack cancer, but you could also lead to immune problems. If you put the brakes on the system you can make yourself vulnerable to infection. So these are not cost-free experiences met a couple juries of the last several months of warded millions of dollars to victims who have cancer, and they say that it came from Monsanto's roundup herbicide that the life of say to the chemical India roundup causes non-hodgkin's lymphoma, how can a chemical caused cancers. Yeah. Well, what happens when I so I won't speak to that particular product because I understand, but I can give you the the general idea. What happens we talked earlier about how we all get canned. Answers well cancers get caused by a couple of things they get caused when we have wounds, a simple wound of your skin or a really good way to think about it is if you inhale smoke you get a little bit of wound inside your lung when the ash hits. But when that happens, your body has to produce new tissue to replace the old tissue every time, you get a little bit of a wound. There's new cell development that raises the chance of getting a malignant or cancer cell. But here's the twist with chemicals. And smoking is the biggest example of them certain chemicals lead to a mixing up of the of the of the DNA process. So you get not only the wound which creates the knee. Need for more cells, but you create chemicals that makes up the genetic reproduction system cancer again is just math. I mean, sorry smoking it is so pervasive that process that you will get cancer. It's just math in a just confuses the body the immune system. Well, the the the chemicals that lead to the new cells coming out that are malignant. Probably most of those cells are not gonna be great cancer cells. They're going to die. Just like we talked about the beginning. But some of them are going to have that special magic trick the trick the immune system. So to put it another way. The more times you have malignant cells emerged in your body, the greater chance that one of those is going to be able to trick your immune system. Let's go to Glen Eden beach in Oregon don's with us. Now. Hi, Don, you're on with us. Hi. All right. I had done on the cancer four stage. And we didn't get hold of it until I was a at a lab rat and trials in four. And it'll therapy I had it'd be an ISP too. So. Oh, what what what needle? Are you talking about specific kind or? Yeah. So you well, first of all how did it go on? Well, I'm playing I'm dead. It got into four faith into my abdomen. And the only option we had at that point was twelve 'cause I already had a number surgeries. And thank God never had never would've done therapy. But with him, you know, I guess I guess it's not an all Matt immunotherapy is really doing. The only therapy us won't use came along on on. Well, done your your understating it, but for all the listeners, you're hearing the voice of another modern miracle absolute fourth stage melanoma, you're almost gone. The give me is is essentially a death sentence met right on. Something I was wanting it is out of tude. I never I remember comedic, crossroads and gonna freak out about this on just gonna move on. And I didn't let fear set in. I wouldn't let it set in. We're not I know they had to answer your question on when I speak. It's a good question. When I speak of immunotherapy, I'm speaking broadly of the body of drugs that that are they work in slightly different ways. Meaning they work on different molecules, but they work in generally, the same fashion. Jason took a drug called Nevada MAB which is highly related to what you took. We are discovering. This is really cool. We are discovering lots of new ways to get the molecules moving in the immune system. Now that we understand the. Underlying mechanism. So I suspect that there's going to be new answers and new specific drugs dawn as you refer to Don. Are you still there? Did you have any side effects? Of of your body, your immune system, attacking your own organs or other side effects like that. I had side effects temporarily for some of the medicines. I had I went through. But now, I have I have done. Good for you. Good. I wanna a business. I have to go back and get checked on. Every six months, I have an MRI. Hey, what's going on? And yeah, I'm good everything Dory. Congratulations. Good luck to you. And what is the difference the practical difference Matt between immunotherapy and chemotherapy because they're both chemicals. Aren't they? Well, not exactly and great question. There is a fundamental difference chemotherapy. And this is how represents how we have long thought about medicine. It involves throwing an a foreign chemical into the body to attack a foreign organism. So this is basically like dropping a bomb. Also, kill the good organisms. Exactly. The difference is with him. You know therapy instead of attacking the avian instead of making the focal point of our medicine, the attack of the tumor, we have made the focal point of our medicine the improving of our own internal mechanism. And so you let your body with the help of the immuno therapy do its job that is the that is the thinking. Now, look it. I've said time, and again, there are side effects here when you. Monkey with the balance of the immune system, but the fundamental difference. And this is where at the beginning of the show. I mentioned that medicine is beginning to bend in yield around our understanding of the immune system. Imagine imagine if instead of throwing Agent Orange inside our body, which is the chemotherapy. Yes, we could get our own systems to do their jobs better. That is the way we're thinking we're beginning to think about medicine, and it's only going to explode as we understand the microbiome better. We're filming the very beginning of understanding, our gut and how it works. But if we can get our own systems to do the job that's a lot better than throwing napalm in our body. Does it sounds like a much better treatment, safer and more? Maybe more effective truly on the order of of miraculously by. By historic standards. Let us go to Jesse and San Antonio, Texas squeezy, Jessica ahead. Oh, thank you. Mr. Norio, a long-term listener. Thank you. Really? I really admire you and all your work. And I think you do a great public service of my. I'm gonna have a political bent on my comment, but I very interested in your opinion on the way. I see it. Well, he he mentioned that the man on the street basically nose like Trump percent of because of behind This Munich therapy. And I think that the reason is because the ministry educated our educational system spoke ones behind that. And as far as the chemotherapy will. If what he said is believe it because of things about alternative minutes on working to Miller miracles. I think that the that just proves that the the medical system the you might call it the pharmaceutical government from local complex ball. You know, they they killing people, basically, they they've been they've been wrong all along. And and what I've noticed in general over the whole occasional system is that they're always coming out with new things that they say are improvements, they say, we're learning more. And actually what they're doing is is we're just finding out. They were wrong. They never admit that they're wrong. They were learning more relearning new, and it just proves that they were wrong to begin with and they never own up to it. And I'm interested in what they get. All right, man. Let's get your reaction to that. Yeah. I mean, I like I like the comments I do want to say when when I made the twelve percent remark in some ways to the caller. I just wanna let you know, the immunology they they were wrong. And they would have told you that they it's only been recently that we have been able to all. Of us. And I mean the man on the street, and that's who I was when I started this book up to major scientists have all been learning. And so we're all in that part together. But I wanna say something else about you know, were they wrong, I'm gonna make a an appeal here for the media when it does its job well because they do act as a pretty good referee for saying, hey, they were wrong. Now, it's true. The media.

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"autoimmune disorder" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"autoimmune disorder" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Enough. And there's just nothing for it. But to go to it until it decides to go with me and my homeless third week of it. But the ups and downs are terrific. Okay. So labyrinth fight is inflammation of the semi circular canals. Okay. These are this is a an Oregon within the inner ear. Okay. When this happens you start to lose your balance, you're going to go all over the darn place. You'll end up with with true vertigo. Okay. So this is not a lot of fun. They'll say that it's viral because they can't find a bacterial 'cause you don't know necessarily that. It's viral at all what are the other causes of labyrinth fightes? Okay. Autoimmune disorders are probably number one. Okay. They'll call it fire. All because gee, it has to be something. So that's let's blame it on something that we can neither prove or disprove first thing. I would do. Okay. Would be to work you up for for autoimmune disorder. Okay. Most common of which is how she motos, but you start looking at the others as well. So you just do an autoimmune. Disease panel you start running looking for that. And if that's what the situation is then you have definitive treatment. So I had something called many heirs disease. Okay. Which is very very similar, except there's hearing loss with it and tonight us, okay? Mine resulted from Hashimoto's yours, I don't know. What else can cause it? You can end up with something called a cholesterol Toma, which is a benign growth in the year. You can with eighth nerve neuroma acoustic neuroma, okay that can cause symptoms of labyrinth Itis. But generally speaking what what's done about it is we'll give people a slug of steroid. And then see if you feel better than it. Typically, doesn't work. In the meantime, what do you do work me and has been me? Okay. I would be looking at the underlying cause the most likely caused it can be autoimmune. And so two wonders go to your doctor and ask them to work you up for autoimmune vestibule light. They don't know that it's viral that would be the that would be the place. I would start. I very good. We're going to take a break right now. For the three big things you need to know, actually, news, traffic and weather. Forgive me news, traffic and weather.

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"autoimmune disorder" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"autoimmune disorder" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"There's other things with autoimmune disorders that people have noticed food tiniest means cinnamon, sometimes people have noticed that red colour CDs seasonings like pepper, but at the end of the day, we know that that ignites antibodies. So if you drop gluten there you go. Oh, paleo premier antibodies. We'll go down. Here's the thing. Most doctors don't know. So let's say Pasha motos, you're on thyroid hormone, and you're feeling great. This happened to one of my success stories in my book. She was feeling great. Everything's fine. But every time she goes in and get tested her TPAO antibodies are at like three hundred TPAO. Yes, that's thyroid peroxidase antibodies TBO would cause it to be high inflammation. I mean, antibodies, equal inflammation. But again is because it's tacking the fire rate, and we don't know about an antibody specifically when the thyroid is being attacked. Yes. Okay. And there's another one called Vira gobulin. There's two that would indicate hushing motos. What causes Hashimoto's Dave Asprey? Got it from living in black mold. I've known three other people who have as well environmental factors can trigger. It something like getting to bite from taken lime disease. There's a lot of things that can trigger it. But the bottom line is is that there's a lot of patients out there. Still feeling good. They're optimized on their thyroid hormone. But they've got these antibodies in the background, but they don't feel it. So. So if you have room to arthritis, and you eat a ton of, you know, grains, you'll feel it you won't be able to button your shirt the next day. So you have an indicator Hashi motives person might not in that scenario in what doctors don't know is that you could do something about it. Why do you want to you want to lower the antibodies? You wanna get them to undetectable levels because antibodies equal inflammation, equal beginning higher percentage of chances of cancers and all sorts of other things you don't want. Through the protocol. I do the test. I have some of these antibodies. I now do what cut out grains, go paleo, primal Gannon clean paradigm. You know, even thirty meets anything with parents know, anything with parents. Yeah. Any you know, animals, fish eggs, sometimes extra eliminated, depending on sensitivities, and that can be one that you might wanna leave out in case because there's people with Hasha motos or even people myself don't have Shemona's who are not technically allergic to eggs, it won't come up on a test. But you notice a negative when you reintroduce them after elimination. So that's just one I say watch out for the sensually you would follow if you have hush Ramona's. You might wanna follow. What we call the AIP? That's the auto mean protocol, this is sort of a stricter level of of the food categories, and essentially, you know, most vegetables, and again, no, grains, legumes dairy. You follow this diet, you chill out again, part of paleo, primal is not just the people missed the triad here. It's not just the food list. It's also how we move right chronic cardio exercising way. Above your max for walking through your story. I think this will be really pretty illustrative. So. You're you're talking about there's a Hollywood body type leading ladies what I'm going for doing. Just a ton of cardio's. What were you eating? How much do you were you doing before this all kicked off? I was going by all the conventional zone south biscuits zone. It was eat every two three hours keep the insulin steady. Right. And so it was kind of like a low fat low carb paradigm doesn't really work. Well, what happened is? I'd be driving from you know, Hollywood to Malibu and I hadn't eaten in it's approaching the fourth hour, and I'm having a meltdown. You know, hang -gree, right? My brain is like empty and hurts and I have to pull over and like oh stuff my face. That is stressful..

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BrainStuff Classics: Why Do People Go Bald?

BrainStuff

06:49 min | 3 years ago

BrainStuff Classics: Why Do People Go Bald?

"Support. For brain stuff comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans are excited to introduce their all new rate shield approval. If you're in the market to buy a home rate shield approval is a real game changer. And here's why first Quicken Loans will lock your rate for up to ninety days while you shop, but here's the crucial part every up your rate stays the same. But if rates go down your rate also drops either way you win. It's the kind of thinking you'd expect from America's largest mortgage lender. To get started. Go to rocketmortgage dot com slash brain stuff rate shield approval. Only valid on certain thirty year purchase transactions. Additional conditions or exclusions may apply based on Quicken Loans. Data in comparison to public data records, equal housing lender. Licensed in all fifty states and m l s consumer access dot org number three zero three zero. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. He brain stuff flooring Boko Bob here with eight other classic episode for you or host Christian Sager is explaining what's too many folks, a pressing consideration as they get older. Why do some people go bald? I'm Christian Sager. And this is brain stuff. Have you ever heard that if you're maternal grandfather went bald that you will to or what about the one? We're getting a scout massage. We'll send more blood to your head and caused your hair to grow back. Some people also claim that if you shave your hair it will grow back even fuller than before sorry to break it to you. But all of these are bogus myths as long as men have been losing their hair they've been trying to figure out what causes baldness and how they can cure this sign of aging. In fact, it's estimated that forty million Americans are losing their hair, and that's men and women and all of those people are spending more than one billion dollars a year on everything from hair transplants to to pays in spray on hair, now hair, real hair grows. Just under the skin on our heads from the close to one hundred thousand follicles there this growth happens in three phases. The antigen phase where it's grown. Knowing the cabbage in phase in between and the television phase where it falls out and hair falling out is totally normal. We should lose fifty to one hundred hairs every day as part of the television cycle. But if more hair falls out than is replaced. You are probably balding if the hair that grows back is thinner than what fell out, you're probably balding. And if it starts falling out in clumps. Oh, yeah. You are balding. But hey, take comfort that you are not alone. My friends by age thirty a quarter of all men have already started to lose their hair. What's weird is wide? Humans. Go bald in the first place baldness is actually pretty rare and other animals and hair serves a lot of important purposes. It protects our heads from the sun maintains our body, heat when we're cold and may even attract a mate, some researchers think it suggests a dominant status or a sign of maturity in different society. He's in fact, a paper from the journal, social, psychological and personality science found evidence that women find completely bald men more attractive than partially bald ones. The study also found that baldness was highly associated with two traits dominance and strength. So if you're starting to lose your hair, maybe you should take action shave it all off and show. The world would a tough assertive man, you are to understand baldness a little better. Let's look at the different types that occur. I the most common type is called Andro genetic alopicia, otherwise known as male pattern baldness, it's related to our inherited genetic predisposition from both of our parents, this affects how sensitive we are to a hormone called dihydrotestosterone hereafter referred to as DHT for most guys five percent of their testosterone is converted into d. HT if you're sensitive to DHT it acts like toxin on your hair follicles, producing thinner weaker almost colorless hair until hair production in the follicle simply stops, researchers have also found that male pattern. Baldness also causes men to have an abnormal amount of a protein. Lipid called prostate gland in D to some dermatologists, even think that men could re-grow their hair if this inhibiting protein were removed other types of baldness include the female pattern baldness that occurs. In some women post menopause, an autoimmune disorder called alopicia Ariadna and a condition called television a flu VM the mixer hair fallout faster than normal. People can also have brittle hair from hair, shaft defects. Or in rare cases, they may even pull out their own hair compulsively if they have a disorder called trick Attila. Mania? You think that sounds scary? You can also lose your hair from illnesses. Fungal infections burns chemical applications medications, and of course, cancer treatments, like chemotherapy smoking is also reported to increase the risk of baldness. You should definitely see your doctor. If your hair starts falling out in clumps. Or if you get a burning itching irritation on your scout. Episode was written by Christian and produced by Tyler Klay. If you missed Christian, check out, his new podcast is acting pop culture. It's called super context, and it's available wherever you get your podcasts. And of course, for more on this and lots of other Harry, topics. Visit our home planet has to work dot com. Hey, brain stuff listeners in Leuven ad today. I wanted to tell you about a new podcast here. It has stuff works. Happy face hosted by Melissa Jespersen. More firm Elissa nineteen ninety-five was a nightmare. It's the year the teenager learned her father, Keith hunter Jespersen was a serial killer. It's also when her spiral of doubt began when you look like your father, and you share his intelligence, and charisma how do, you know, you're not a psychopath to join Melissa as she investigates. Her father's crimes reckons with the past and wades through her darkest fears that she hunts for a better future. Tune in every Friday for new episodes of happy face a series that doesn't just explore

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"autoimmune disorder" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"autoimmune disorder" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"It's not causing any problems at worst. It's causing problems and I'll get into that fish. Oil is full of EPA or DHA and EPA rights. These are downstream essential fatty acids, and that's all fine and good. But if you take too much of these, it does lower inflammation, but it does so by suppressing the immune system. So unless you have an autoimmune disorder. That's not something you wanna do. You don't want to suppress your immune system rather than suppress the immune system. The lower inflammation. Let's lower for that's lower the reason for inflammation behind the first place void, inflammatory foods in avoid flam, Tori habits, etc. And then if you wanna lower the need for inflammation, you take systemic enzymes that lowers inflammation, c reactor protein in particular, which is a blood marker of inflammation way more effectively in my opinion than fish does without the negatives. So when suppressing the immune system is not good and then vending the blood too much. It's not a good thing other. So I think high dose fish oil is problematic. You have to remember, fish used to be something. People threw away was a garbage byproduct of that industry. All of a sudden it's like, hey, we can make money off this. Yeah. I mean, it's been hyped as this panacea. It's interesting that's that's a similar story too. How way protein also discarded exact product that they turned into this mega billion dollars into exactly. There's a guy named Bryan Peskine. You'd be great on your show. Get on my show to he is. He has researched topic of central fatty acids, exhaustively, and he doesn't have a vegan bias in. I'm bringing that up because he is very anti fish oil, and he's very pro plant essential, fatty acids sources such as flaxseed, hempseed, etc. Because he goes, you have alpha linoleum linoleic acid and what that is a parent's essential fatty acid, meaning that it can convert into the EPA, but not the other way around and you will convert. AOL lay into the downstream metabolites as needed. So it's basically regulated. Well, where as you needed that conversion, it'll happen. Women actually convert a lot more, especially if they're pregnant because the baby needs EPA or importance. I don't want to diminish their importance, but you don't necessarily need to supplement with them to improve those levels. If you get parent essential oils, you're gonna get the benefits of AOL a. plus the downstream conversion into EPA as needed. That's interesting if memory serves me, I think it was Chris crosser on on Joe Rogan where they were talking about this. Yeah, you saw that of course was saying something about, I'm sure butchering this and I like Chris. And he really knows a lot about a lot of stuff. Right. I, you know, I like him personally. But if if I recall correctly, it had something to do with the inability of somebody on a vegan diet to properly or officiously. Do this conversion process that created problem. Right. Well, I mean, even if that's the case, they're still options marine algae. There still are options that are vegan that our sources of drying Greg video on on fish oil to bunking the panacea hyperbole around it. And he was saying that even they tested a whole variety of like the cleanest, the supposedly cleanest versions, and they found some pretty high levels of mercury city. And so even ones that were saying, we're mercury, free still tested, right? So it's always advisable to, yes, algae-based. Yeah, I think so too. If you're gonna go that route personally, I don't even think that's necessary unless for some reason you've done testing and you find that you really deficient in the EPA lied. There are tests that essential fatty acid tests, but, but you don't think that's really where we should be focused..

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"autoimmune disorder" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"autoimmune disorder" Discussed on Animal Radio

"I didn't get to read anything that had anything on the guy's medical condition. What would have you know if he was on chemotherapy or had some autoimmune disorder or did not have a spleen, so we, we don't really know, but that's likely what it was because apparently they think that it took hold pretty quickly and it wasn't his whole arms or legs. I do know that it was. It comes on like a. Gangrene in people. That's why they had to amputate because of that. But he also he just he showed up at the hospital thinking he had the flu, and I bet it could get misdiagnose pretty easily too. Yeah. And there are cases that aren't that severe too, but I bet they will start keeping track of these cases. Now, what are you working on for this hour? What dread toward me is do you have for us this. I'm not a woman of dreadful news Jalan you know that I have actually a rather interesting story. I'm curious to find out and to tell you about how high a dog pees say on a tree, like when they lift their leg to pea, I probably said too much already having. I mean, you're going, what is she talking about? There is some science behind how high your dog lifts its leg to urinate. So we'll give you, we'll give you the the new information behind that. I cared. Tinplate just say that I think this show is a bit wacky today that'd be more than normal. Yes, I don't know what it is, but I just feel like some of what we're talking about, you have to step back and say, this is crazy. It's like a car wreck, isn't it? But you're all here and everybody's listening, aren't they? Dogs, or cats or sorting new and a MO. Well to, you'll be happy to know that there has been a happy ending to the recent iguana Pena's saga Mozart in Guana at the Brussels zoo recently suffered from some of those symptoms. You see on TV commercials, he had a Guana romance, but his penis remainder richt Mozart was in some discomfort and having trouble walking zookeepers tried cold water, introducing more female guavas into his enclosure. That doesn't sound like a great idea to me, but it all failed. So Mozart had an operation to remove his penis. Lucky for Mozart iguanas have to penises. He has since been introduced back to his girlfriend's at the zoo and officials report that the operation hasn't affected as romantic abilities at all. I'm Brit savage for animal radio. Five people to home radio. Does your dog keep running out of your yard? Have an invisible fence that just doesn't work. You need a pet playgrounds dog fence. It's a physical fence that can be assembled by yourself or by one of our installers. The dig guard prevents dogs from digging under the fence. It's a strong yet flexible steel mesh system that moves. This stuff's dogs from climbing to thousands of customers have used a head playgrounds dog fence to keep their dogs safe.

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Journal Of The American Medical Association, Physical Exercise and Dr Scott discussed on Dave Sinclair Lincoln and Ford Sports Open Line

Dave Sinclair Lincoln and Ford Sports Open Line

00:53 sec | 3 years ago

Journal Of The American Medical Association, Physical Exercise and Dr Scott discussed on Dave Sinclair Lincoln and Ford Sports Open Line

"According to a new study published in the journal of the American Medical Association extreme stress can lead to autoimmune disorders like lupus rheumatoid arthritis. Psychologist Dr Scott, be says it's not as Bryce our minds and our bodies are connected our emotions and what happens in our body are connected we've known that for a long time just. Another study that shows the evidence of that researchers say study. Participants that were diagnosed with stress, related disorders were, more likely to have. Problems with their immune systems and the onset of auto immune disorders Dr be, says we, have to take care. Of both, our mental and physical wellbeing to improve, overall health in the face of stress where a culture that looks at physical exercise very, seriously, we want people to go to the gym who've their bodies. We don't think about emotional exercises keeping our emotions Kinda tuned up keeping are

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"autoimmune disorder" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"autoimmune disorder" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"You eat go and represent other people as well you know i know you've asked people and twitter to send you stories and and that you collect those and bring those with you when you go and so i just i think that's really incredible murray one we favour fruit right were i'm i'm really gravity fugger because this is what are also warned distribute for us me earlier how is it that i'm able with i suffer from lupus and lupus than autoimmune disorder and one of the biggest symptoms of lupus is fatigue and i do suffer from a lot of fatigue and when people reach out to me and they share their stories with me eight energizes me it really does i can't explain it but it energizes me and it gives me that extra care so like be able to get on train three twenty five in the morning and good to dc and how thirteen meetings in a day and then wake up the next day and have thirteen more meetings but it really does because being of haitian advocate has given me a whole new sense of purpose i was a person is very private who kept you know his illnesses to himself and only my close friends and family new and some of my friends at even know about my loop is i kidney cancer they haven't kidney cancer survivor people didn't know some people found out through twitter some people didn't appreciate that but it's okay they when i go to dc i realize it's a huge responsibility representing people but it's also i realize that there's so many people out there that don't have the access to dc like the.

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"autoimmune disorder" Discussed on Stronger

Stronger

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"autoimmune disorder" Discussed on Stronger

"Doing that this transaction gerald transactional health and away but rather its about having a very very balanced holistic approach to wellbeing so there's been a lot of talk i feel like gut health and the microbiome are two words that are hot topics right now what and there's some new research showing that gut health can affect mental health what do you think about that yeah i mean i think the gut if you look at any traditional medical practice i mean nonwestern medical practice around the world whether it's ironic medicine or traditional chinese medicine when you don't know what's going on the first thing to do is towers to address the gut and food is a fundamental aspect of that i believe very firmly that there is a direct correlation between gut health and the rest of our health including mental health and the gut to me is everything from your mouth to your but and everything in between that's the gut as important to remember so that got really starts in the mouth and we have bacteria that live in on us whether them on our skin bacteria living in our mouth in our nasal passage throughout our throat into our digestive system all the way down to our call on that cetera so not macktaz area is and we were more bacterial than human we have over a trillion cells of bacteria that bacteria is definitely affected by loud different things whether food is a key driver of the of the makeup of that bacteria environment is going to be a factor medication gaza effect that bacteria but we don't were only starting now to understand the microbiome we have even identified a lot of the strains of bacteria we don't even out they are we don't know what they do or necessarily know what a panel of bacteria means but were very new into this area of of from a scientific standpoint but what we do know is there are some patterns that we can see and some of those patterns are definitely repeated over and over again with people that are whether they're struggling with neurological disorder they're struggling with a chronic autoimmune disorder.

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"autoimmune disorder" Discussed on Move Forward Radio

Move Forward Radio

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"autoimmune disorder" Discussed on Move Forward Radio

"Welcome to move forward radio a show featuring interviews with physical therapist in other health care experts this program is brought to you by move forward p t dot com the official consumer information website of the american physical therapy association learn how physical therapist can help people of all ages and abilities reduce pain and improve and restore motion to achieve longterm quality of life at move forward p t dot com walked welcome ford radio objects in bellamy rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disorder the causes joint inflammation and pain unlike osteoarthritis which is the result of wear and tear in a specific join the effects of rheumatoid arthritis can be felt across a person's entire body in this episode of new ford radio physical therapist more daily iverson discusses what we know about rheumatoid arthritis which affects approximately one percent of americans and how to manage it here's a conversation with more daily iverson so it's arthritis awareness month and we thought we talk about the left common version of arthritis which has rheumatoid arthritis before we kind of talk about that can you break down for me more what the differences between say osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis what specific about rheumatoid okay well let's see those don't fat are more than one hundred different types of diseases and there are major set classifications within arthritis already falls within this diffused inflammatory connective tissue disease at some super scientific but what is generally is that with rheumatoid arthritis you actually have uh a full body reaction in your immune system people usually present with a fever and fatigue diffuse body um payments dismiss we're in osteoarthritis well it can affect more than one joint it often per sense uh first and maybe the hips or than youth in overtime can affect other joints that are specific to la um but it doesn't have that overall reaction uh gross fatigue and inflammation that you see with rac.

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