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Teixeira batters Smith for TKO win in UFC Fight Night
"Up at UFC fight night last night the light heavyweight bout Glover Teixeira scored a TKO win over Anthony Smith a minute four seconds into the fifth round before that the first two rounds Smith actually landed more significant strikes back account of seventy three to forty four after that until the TKO to Shera had the edge in significant strikes ninety four to fourteen I thought about Smith was transported to a local hospital where he told R. Ariel Helwani he had a broken nose broken orbital bone loss a couple T. R. ESPN MMA analyst jail sighed and said this fight should have been stopped ways
"bone loss" Discussed on WJR 760
"To their mouth but the bacteria are still getting into their bloodstream so those those people are still at risk because the bacteria the parasites are there they're resistant to the bone loss but they're not resistant of the systemic affects all of these pathogenic organisms so I'm telling you it's it's to me it's a rare that somebody comes into the office or even the general population if we took a sample from under their dumb we wouldn't find some of these organisms on some patients that may say to me sometimes well you know is this normal and I'll say yes it's normal but it's terribly unhealthy why is it normal because so many people have it so it's normal but it's far from healthy rights and I know that you know during the break com one of the gals from your office was showing as an actual video of what it looks like so when patients come in and you do this task they're actually able to look and see what's on their minds absolutely you know there's a very well known internist R. at Cleveland Clinic and he has said that if you have an unhealthy mouth and to me that's periodontal disease it can take six to seven years off of your normal life span that's on the land it doesn't surprise me one bit at all considering all of the systemic diseases that this is linked to and in my opinion contributes to that with all these horrific diseases and certainly pancreatic cancer is more or less of a death sentence because there is no cure for it I mean it's a horrifying disease and certainly the other one's Alzheimer's and liver cancer lung cancer they're all horrific diseases but my question is when did all this research start surfacing I mean it's back gradually been servicing over the last twenty years really maybe even longer heart heart disease was one of the first things low birth rate children if you're pregnant and you have gum disease you're more likely to have low birth weight children and low birth weight children tend to be less healthy additionally and even long term so those findings came out fairly early more and more and diabetes was linked fairly early but we didn't really realize how strongly link they were until more and more research has been done the studies about liver cancer well that's more recent Alice Hymers disease that that link and maybe causative factor much more recent right liver cancer much more recent and they're finding new things every day rheumatoid arthritis is now associated with periodontal disease I can think of almost no part of your body almost no organ almost no systemic disease cancer cardiovascular disease every part of your body in my opinion is affected in a negative way if you have infection in your mouth because it ain't just in your mouth no it goes throughout your body and affects everything salt I mean what I'm hearing here is that everybody should actually be going to see a periodontist and to be tested because you have nothing to lose and everything to gain unfortunately most periodontics that are in a world do not actually take a sample from under the gum and look at it under a microscope I know many who do very few marked very close friend of mine in Florida does the same thing and I know a few others but most of the time that is not that I'm almost every patient that's come to me who have seen paradise before say well this was never done to me before there was a periodontist who retired not too long ago and I have a number of his patients and they were long term patients and they were very satisfied but the patient yesterday said yesterday he said to me the best thing that ever happened to me was when blank blank retired and I came to your office because there were all kinds of things going on that I've never really received attention unfortunately and I think it's very important very important to see if the disease really exists and to take a sample or slide to show the organisms that are associated with that and let the patient see it and that for the most part is rarely done what whether you're in a general dental office and even a periodontal office well that's good news for us is that you I have that capability and that you're doing and because Florida's too far away to go with the other pair you dont as so you're here and you're you're doing these tests we want to also talk about what the treatment is and how you then start treating the patient that you've identified these microorganisms in their mouth I want to talk a lot about the treatment because a lot of people are afraid to go to the dentist they just have an innate fear of that will patient comes to our office by the time they leave well this certainly not afraid of our office anymore and many of them have lost their fear of dentistry because we make sure what we do is pain free and those patients are comfortable and I'll talk more about that in just a minute okay we'll talk about the treatment approaches after the break and the meantime you're listening.
A Mediterranean diet can help to promote healthy ageing in older people
"This study links the Mediterranean diet too a lot of health benefits frankly in older people can cry has been saying this for a long time here in good day health this new study sort of underscores that the Mediterranean diet has some notable health benefits especially as I say again for the elderly healthier aging reduced frailty things like that what happened was this the group of people put the study together watch to the good health of more than six hundred Europeans between sixty nine and seventy nine years of age side is put more than half of them on a special diet was modeled after the Mediterranean diet adept especially for the for the elderly according to the Mayo Clinic the diet mostly consists of whole grains fruits veggies beans nuts herbs in olive oil fish and other seafood eaten weekly red meat not included in the diet really eggs and poultry eaten in moderation researchers say the group that aids the modified Mediterranean diet saw more growth among beneficial bacteria that are associated with better memory and better brain function participants with osteoporosis also saw less bone loss and those with blood pressure issues on proven there as so the Mediterranean diet named by US news and World Report the best diet three years in a row based on health experts input so what's the old expression a word to the wise is sufficient if you're looking to age well and you're like the eat follow the Mediterranean
A Mediterranean diet can help to promote healthy ageing in older people
"This study links the Mediterranean diet too a lot of health benefits frankly in older people can cry has been saying this for a long time here in good day health this new study sort of underscores that the Mediterranean diet has some notable health benefits especially as I say again for the elderly healthier aging reduced frailty things like that what happened was this the group of people put the study together watch there the good health of more than six hundred Europeans between sixty nine and seventy nine years of age side is put more than half of them on a special diet was modeled after the Mediterranean diet adept especially for the for the elderly according to the Mayo Clinic the diet mostly consists of whole grains fruits veggies beans nuts herbs in olive oil fish and other seafood eaten weekly red meat not included in the diet really eggs and poultry eaten in moderation researchers say the group that aids the modified Mediterranean diet saw more growth among beneficial bacteria that are associated with better memory and better brain function participants with osteoporosis also saw less bone loss and those with blood pressure issues on proven there as so the Mediterranean diet namely by US news and World Report the best diet three years in a row based on health experts input so what's the old expression a word to the wise is sufficient if you're looking to age well and you're like the eat follow the Mediterranean
Pregnancy and breastfeeding linked to lower risk of early menopause
"Women who have children and breast feed have a lower risk of early menopause that's the result of a new study also found that more kids a woman has the more risk is reduced a woman with one baby had an eight percent reduced risk and a woman with three kids had a twenty two percent lower risk this has important health implications because menopause before forty five is linked to everything from depression and dementia to bone loss and cardiovascular disease the study was published in the jamma open
Pregnancy and breastfeeding linked to lower risk of early menopause
"Women who have kids and breast feed have a lower risk of early menopause that's the result of a new study that also found the more kids a woman has the more the risk is reduced for example a woman with one baby had an eight percent reduced risk and a woman with three kids are twenty two percent lower risk this has important health implications because menopause before forty five is linked to everything from depression to dementia bone loss and cardiovascular disease the study was published in jam
SpaceX launches payload of 'muscle mice,' barley grains to space station
"SpaceX launches a rocket to the international space station today it contains supplies and a group of genetically enhanced the mice there dubbed the mighty mice these mice were designed to help scientists understand how to limit muscle and bone loss in humans when they are in
Texas authorities on manhunt after 2 shot dead at Halloween party
"It's been gunfire times too first shots erupted last night at a Halloween homecoming party west of Greenville the party was for Texas a and M. commerce but it was a private party not a school sanctioned event the gunman is still at large and witnesses are not cooperating with authorities marquees Ford was one of the close to seven hundred fifty people packed inside he had just come out of the bathroom window at six seven gosh I just go out to the bone bone loss our hop on the ground real quick by the distorted followed they started father so once those daughter father may be automatically follow one of the two men killed was twenty three year old Kevin Barry of Dallas a father of two with a baby on the way a vigil was held for him this evening but once again gunfire dozens of gun shots broke out in the parking lot of St Augustine park so far no injuries are reported police sources have told WFAA they didn't know the vigil was happening tonight or else they would've had squad cars at
Women are getting jaw shots to look like their Instagram stars
"There is a brand new trends that celebrity dermatologist Amy Weschler has been talking about apparently a lot of women are flocking to get jawline contouring with the filler so that they can mimic the looks of their favorite Instagram stars including Kim Kardashian in real life they're doing at least twenty a week according to this doctor's office she's an injection specialist and she does four to seven draw lines a week total now social media filters are giving people strong beautiful Tieline that instead of going in and going under the knife for a full facelift there are a lot of women who are looking for a job online fillers that they feel that they are more symmetrical they add definition backs the areas that may have experienced some age related bone loss and they put volume back where it used to be these that needles are filled with a dermal filler which is the like combines with water and seat swells into a gel and they stick that right into the jawline this can happen for around twelve hundred Bucks so with that top doctors in New York and Los Angeles for they're seeing the most of this and the injections go from your lower jaw from your ear to your check in and it'll last a little while actually lasts for a little last for months and people are now looking at this is the latest trend in plastic surgery for women who are looking for a stronger more solid
Why Metabolism Declines With Age (And How to Reverse It!)
"At blog at l._A.. Fitness Dot Com so what is metabolism exactly well scientifically. You'd call it collectively all the chemical reactions that take place in the body so a metabolic rate would be the rate at which it you those processes are happening so we in terms of what someone would equate that to would be like in calories per day we think of a metabolic rate as calories per day but there are components of it. It's a breakdown are you. I'm curious to know what those are. The biggest one is called resting metabolic rate and so that is just as we're doing here. We are awake and we're sitting so that is all the energy you need to breathe your heart to go <hes> organs to function and to be awake if if you were you know comatose we'd call it basil but really everybody's pretty much awake during the day so we call that resting and that comprises <music> at least seventy percent of your total energy output then there's about a quarter and had various per person but as about a quarter that is the <hes> physical activity component and just because you spend and thirty minute walking and I walk with you for thirty minutes. WE'RE GONNA burn different calories so that varies by person because of their body composition and training level and etc and then there's this tiny little sliver called called and you'll like this. I'm curious mic effective food so there's an actual energy cost to breaking down of processing digesting transporting up taking that your food so if you've ever heard that Oh celery is negative calories. That's the concept that it comes from is like for the three calories. You've got nets talk. You actually live hinder. Bring you down so their components to metabolism cabbalism <hes>. There's three main components right. Isn't that kind of work coury comes from like the that's how they determine how many calories are in food. They will have to look Bernard or something they basically to see how much energy we do. We need to expend to break this thing down Tom exactly and and even the term calorie has to do with heat generation right yeah go into the definition. Don't ask interesting well. At what age does metabolism start slowing down. I've already passed that point is it starts at about thirty but I'd say that it becomes more evidence probably <hes> for women at around fifty in fermented like forty okay so give or take obviously for for different the people it's going to be at different times. Are there ways to reverse that or like. Stop it from happening. You can tell Kansas has been thinking about this for a couple of weeks. You have a birthday recently trying a to stop the aging process in general Debbie. Most of the decline that that comes with age actually has to do with a decline in lean body mass so <hes> the weight gain that people see Middle Age has less to do with the decrease in their metabolism and probably just more to do with sedentary lifestyle and getting too many calories for where they're at okay so that's why it kind of gets. More important that you do start finding ways to exercise the older you get and not just exercise because sometimes that you know the whole concept of okay get my shoes on. Get this special outfit on can sweat in and then spend the specific amount of time in a specific place doing a certain thing. It's physical activity so if I thought if I added up all the things I did when I was young I go. I go to the dog park. I watched my dog. I run with him. Sometimes from end to end I see the other dog parents and they're sitting in the Shays as they're looking at their cell phones I go to the playground at the park and it's the same thing you know. All these kids are climbing on the structures in the running around there giggling and their tagging and the parents are watching so I think we become very much <unk> spectators as we get older and just less participating in physical activity. Oh man that cut deep is like spectators in life. You'll participate in life. Never stolen pass you by Wynn is the last time when the last time you you wrote a bike or walked to the grocery store. Well I get to items that you could carry. I talked to the grocery store almost on a daily basis good for you good for you can't as well tasers. There's this elderly gentleman in my neighborhood that I see of religiously on on a daily basis. He looks like a sweet little Frenchman with his cap and he carries his bag. You know that he gets every day. He's lean you know now. He's he's not a pat on any extra pounds there and I think you know the nature of US driving everywhere contributes not that affects your metabolic rate. I'm just saying that the lack of physical activity as we age compounds pounds the fact that we have less lean body mass and we're not using that quarter of our capacity to affect our calorie burn right so are there ways that you can help increase your metabolism just kind of physical activity well and physical activities the best one because if we say it's the metabolism is all the chemical reactions going on so then you want to build more muscle and you went to burn more fuel so really really what are the two things oh well that's resistance exercise to build muscle and it's the cardio or endurance type exercise to burn more fat. Those are really the big primary things <hes> in order to retain lean body mass and keep your metabolism up and having more muscle on your body you'll just start burning more calories at rest right and so little bit yes it's less than you would think and I don't mean to Papu anybody's you know strength training goals a but when they actually equate the amount of calories burned per pound okay gaining five pounds of muscle is like burning fifty calories a day right another fifty okay oh well if I eat twenty I five hundred fifties like a dry and it's not much but if you were to stop eating something that had fifty calories of value every day I don't know like two pieces of candy or something then after a year you drop five pounds. Fifty calories now makes oh yeah if I could save myself five pounds a year. That would be great. You know it's interesting with metabolism. It makes me like the human body is amazing like I've read about some things where you can over the course of the year. Our bodies are so good at kind of just understanding what we really need I guess and so sometimes you can be within like maybe only gain like a pound but that could be like thirty five hundred calories off or something of what you're you. You really needed that year technically and it seems like it's so amazing over the distance of time like how we kind of naturally equilibrate that way so I could see like we're fifty calories with some extra muscle could make a difference when it's compounded like that and if you have more fat mass it does not play as well. No <hes> fat is metabolic -Ly Different. You know it's not it's not being contracted like skeletal muscle and your body wants to as you said have more homeo- stays ace it wants. It almost wants to stay where it's at so if you've gained ten fifteen twenty pounds over the last couple of decades well your body now wants to maintain where it's at now present rain not where you were and so that I think in fact makes it. Harder tougher keeping keeping weight gain at bay or trying to lose weight once. You've got it right yeah right so it's probably better if you can catch it early start early. Now that you know around what would you say thirty search to slow down so knowing like okay when you get into that mode like bone. Is that the same with bone health to like it starts to peak bone mass is probably in your late twenties or by the time you're thirtyish then really what we're all doing is is trying to forestall the rate of bone loss from getting you know to osteoporotic levels and in your bones you've always got building and breaking down going on so you're just trying to keep that building ahead of the breakdown right right so just try and catch it early jump into the gym early start eating better earlier yeah. That's the idea is there even a way to measure your metabolism. It doesn't seem as simple as like stubby on the scale to measure you know your weight or B._M._i.. It's impossible and like like is that something important that people should know well. There's a couple of different ways to do it but I think if someone needs to count calories if they just don't have an idea or there's a certain plan they WANNA fall. It's a certain calorie level. Yes you could approximate it with an equation. There's a couple you know scientifically valid equate equations like Mifflin Saint Joe or Iron Jones and they take your age your gender your height your body weight and then on top top of that. You're adding your physical activity. Those even have some variants and margins of error like fifteen percent <hes> but you could get it measured by like you said Andrew <hes> calories and food. That's burning it so so we call that a calorie meter chamber so indirect Calorie Mitri <hes> is one way to measure a metabolism or incentives barometer die said that right incentive speranza train. Oh Yeah so basically you you could do something but it's like breathing into a snorkel and it's not very or the I've read about. There's some like intense ones where you're like in a room for like a day or something and they're like pulling the I like not pulling the oxygen. That sounds terrible but it's it's. It's a very clinical medical thing but it's like it's not gonNA walk in and do a laboratory coach at cal State Long Beach because you were doing some plenty the of something and I even sat in one of those body composition egg chambers forgot the name of at this point sorry but <hes> you know the laboratory setting is really need but it's not practical hydrostatics wing in dunk tank. When's the last time I actually physically saw a dunk tank right now right and do you even need to be that precise with your again? Only if you're going to have a caloric value of what you're eating to match it with right so <hes> if you've been gaining weight or you want to prevent weight gain than burn more calories and eat less right and if for some reason someone is like wow I just can't keep up my you know I keep losing weight or you know I still am so thin then. It's like your need to on more of what you eat counting. Them is just labeling it. I mean it doesn't right. It's always one of those two factors either. You're not burning enough or you're not or you're not you're eating too much or it's the opposite doc yeah. Are there certain foods that can help with this with with speeding up your metabolism in the short term. There are some that can affect your your energy burn for the day. They're not going to hit hit or make a dent in that that long term the bulk of your resting metabolic rate that's part of kind of who you are <hes> but we know that <hes> like Green Tea <hes> hot chili peppers some things like eggs is our beings ginger cold ice cold water the kind of like the digestion of the salary when we talked about <hes> warming up the water to room temperature costs you know is a as a clerk cost. You take energy to do that so if you cold water your body needs to. Hey I gotta heat this up. He's energy to do it yeah right so drink. A couple leaders cold water with ice cream. It's like oh it's so it sure does what about what about green tea ice train to get deficient metabolism. You also have to have an adequate amount of the B. Vitamins because those are actually within the reactions that that process. Is the food and turn it into energy for your for your muscle cells and so forth so you're you're B vitamins like firemen and Riboflavin and <hes> paradox scene which is B.. Six so the multi I think that <hes> candice asked me about off air and and getting good sources of your B. Vitamins to keep that metabolism converging happening. I gotta say Riboflavin is one of my favorite words of all. I always loved that word. I don't really know what it
Threats Mars Colonizers Will Face In Outer Space
"Today, we will be discussing what things can psychologically and physically harmed, astronauts when they go to Mars, and if you find this topic interesting make sure to hit the subscribe button. So you get new stuff every single day. Thank you everybody. Who's been listening to the podcast and also to our patriot patrons patriot dot com slash space. News podcast, you can help support future podcasts. Also become a space kit at for as little as one dollar per month. And I just soft launch space news pod dot com. It's a place where you can find new ways to listen to the podcast ways to communicate with the hit me up on Twitter, Facebook, etc. So if you're gonna chance go to space news, pod dot com and check it out. So human beings are going to go to the red planet. Eventually, it's just a given. We're gonna get there and before. Before we get there. We have to figure out the things that are going to harm us and one of those things is our body temperature and our body temperature can rise and lower depending on what kind of environment we're in. Now, if we go to Mars it's really stark compared to what it's like earth like unearth. It's weakened handle low temperatures in what we think are high temperatures of around one hundred hundred twenty degrees. Then you're in a court temperature starts going up. It's normal ninety eight point six ish, and then you're fine. But after that if you go higher than that, you could die of heat exposure. And if you go lower you could die from being to cold in Mars, the equator is eighty to one hundred degrees below zero that's in the summer. Okay. So Subir eighty to one hundred degrees below zero and during the day, sometimes it can be sixty five to seventy degrees Fahrenheit. So that's not too bad. And that's why humans will always have to be in some sort of protective thing, whether it's a pod that they're traveling in or whether it's a settlement on Mars itself, or in a space suit that can handle these kinda temperatures in if we have these structures in place while that could take care of the next thing, which is a lack of oxygen. There's very little oxygen on Mars and Mars atmosphere is highly toxic. It's carbon dioxide in nitrogen mix of those two. So we'll need a survival system spacesuit or like I was saying before in a structure that we could be in at all times. We can't really be outside of something like that. With you know, like if you go to the beach can square flip flops shorts in your fine. You can't do that on Mars. So anything we do on the actual surplus of Mars will have to be in a suit. But of course, you can take the suit off when you're inside of the colony in win year on Mars, there's microgravity this a little bit of gravity. You know? It's one third of verse gravity and micro gravity bone loss. Occurs leading to ask DO Perot SIS as well. As loss of muscle mass, strengthen endurance body fluids are affected, and it could change your cardiovascular system because of this and any sort of prolonged exposure to weightlessness increases risk associated with bone, demeanor location, lowered blood volume and also immuno deficiency. So there's health risks not only on the surface of Mars, but also inside your own body when you get there. So there's going to have to be ways for us. To figure out how to neutralize these before we actually send astronauts to Mars in the famous twin study done by Massa recently on the I s will greatly help our chances to survive on the red planet. Hi, everyone. I would let you know about anchor dot FM. It's where I host podcast, and I find that. It's the easiest place to do that. 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And then we have radiation solar radiation in space, and on extraterrestrial worlds is kind of crazy, especially if they don't have magnetic fields and radiation sickness is on long term effect of offer travel, and we really not found ineffective solution to stop radiation from penetrating into the human body when you're out in space. There's numerous theories of how we do this. And some of them are really weird and wacky one of them in particular that I that I find funny is using human waste that you have in the bathroom in U Penn. The walls of the actual space station the spacecraft that you're flying tomorrow. Then just to make sure that there's an extra layer of something between the U and the. Radiation. That's going to try to kill you on your way to Mars. And it sounds disgusting. And it kind of is. But if it's going to help you survive on your way to Mars, I think, I would probably do it. I mean, where would the waste go. Anyway, you might as well use it right in the flight tomorrow is going to be really long. It's about seven months travel time in you're not gonna be a spacious beautiful space station. Like you see in the SCI fi movies. You're going to be stuck at a tin can something like crew dragon. That's going to the SS. It's about the size of sept- for some people. So something like that could be living heb module. But there could be things attached to it, of course, depending on how we send people there. So right now, we have a few solutions something a little bit bigger than crew dragon something with basically like living canister on the back of it. And then that gets jettisoned down. To the service of Mars them. When you get there. There's actually a living area when you get to the red planet, but think about this for a second as you're traveling the Mars, you can't get out if you ever been on a long car trip, when you you know, you have to take a bathroom break or you just want to stretch your legs, and you can just pull over to the side of the road or stop at a rest, stop, and you can get out of the car, and you can walk around or walk your dog or do whatever you wanna do while on the way to Mars. You cannot physically do that. You're stuck in a canister until you get to Mars seven months in this one spot. We don't really know the psychology of what's gonna happen. When people are stuck in that small of environment for that long time. And so far the longest day on a space station was four hundred thirty eight days, we didn't get a lot of research from that. Because it was you know, before we actually thought about going to Mars, and what we were actually going to compute. To need the resources to get to Mars so that data's kind of jumbled up, and we don't really have a lot of technology involved with the with the actual stay. So it can be done. Now. What happens when you spend that much time in a canister, you get to Mars, and then you stuck in another habitat with the same people that you went there with second due to your head. You know, what's the psychology of all of this? And we're not quite sure. So there's gonna be a few people that get to Mars, and then we're gonna have to study them in. We're going to have to see what actually happens to people than how to combat it. You know, because right now, we're just doing these studies the twin studies on the to figure out, you know, how biologically different people are when they're in space, and when they are on the ground, and psychologically, you know, we really haven't done a ton of tests with long duration spaceflight and also. Hesitation another planet. So it's not just the planet. It is not just space, and it's not just your body. But also your own mind is trying to fight against you for doing this. So if you can become all of that, you could go to Mars, and you can have a successful mission on Mars, and you can lead the human race into the next step
NASA ScienceCast 293: A Successful Mission Starts With Nutrition
"The successful mission starts with nutrition. Presented by science at NASA. Centuries ago. Large wooden ships explored the seven seas but often ship that began its voyage with the crew of hundreds could return with tens the silent killer scurvy a disease that occurs. When there's a lack of vitamin c in the diet on the other extreme explorers of the north and south poles could fall ill by eating the liver of polar bears and seals exposing them to toxic levels of vitamin A. Centuries of exploration have taught us there is a vital relationship between a successful exploration, mission and balanced nutrition and nowhere is that lesson. More vital than in the extreme fastness of outer space, NASA, nutritionist and manager for nutritional biochemistry, Scott, m Smith PHD notes were studying nutrition aboard the international space station, or I assess by tracking what astronauts eat and how their body mass and health change over time in microgravity. Menus that lack variety and busy schedules can impact the astronauts dietary intake and insufficient intake leads to weight or mass loss bone and muscle loss, cardiovascular effects and more the foods on our all shelf stable there is no refrigerator or freezer for food right now. We're lucky because we're able to deliver fresh fruits and vegetables to the station, but think about the first human trip to Mars and back, which may take thirty months or more. How do we maintain optimal nutrition for our astronauts over that much time? The challenge is clear in space, the astronauts environment impacts, their nutritional needs, astronauts have higher radiation exposure, higher atmosphere levels of carbon dioxide, low humidity and microgravity which can all have effects on their health, having a balanced nutritious diet is important to help counteract spaceflight effects. On the body. These can have short term consequences like on mood and performance and kidney stone risk and raises. Long-term concerns such as bone and muscle loss. Cardiovascular degradation impairment of the immune function and vision changes Smith says the foods, we give them we'll be of utmost importance for counteracting these affect s-, which is why we need to find ways to keep the food palatable nutritious and safe even after it stored for months or years keeping an eye on intake will be important to currently on ISS, astronauts, use an ipad app to track intake, and this gives them real time information on their diet the nutrition team and flight surgeons also watch this information to help provide feedback to astronauts. This attention to astronaut nutrition is also paying dividends for those on earth. Smith notes that astronauts on board the space station have already delivered a plethora of nutritional data that can be applied to all people. He says we've gained new insights into how nutrition can have affected on all human systems, including dietary effects on bone loss, which affects the elderly in particular, and how to better treat that condition and others. Of course, says Smith a simple start for people on earth to maintain optimal health is the same as it's been for centuries. Keep eating your fruits and veggies for more science from the international space station. Go to WWW dot NASA dot gov slash ISS staff. Science for more appetizing information about space exploration. Visit science dot NASA dot gov.
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"bone loss" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"Need some extra expertise in this segment? So joining us now to assess the biological challenges of extended human spaceflight, we have Jennifer Fogarty. Jennifer, welcome. A NASA biomedical scientists. Well, thanks for joining us here on star, talk and your title with your the chief scientist of the NASA human research program that I get that. Right. So anything good or bad? That happens to astronauts health is your fault. Yes. So what specifically tasked to do the breadth and depth of our program looks at the human at the center of this exploration activity. So it's going to interact with the entire vehicle, which is now at this point is an ex planet. It's much more complex in any vehicle. We know of today it has to provide everything they need to survive and the space station and future vehicles as well, which have a slightly different mission. So we're trying to understand how does a human interact with the computer system, how humans interact with each other. How do they get their nutrition for much longer? Periods of time. They would we do if you're on on the ground. You can't do the experiments on weightlessness. So you have to you have to get the data from them. So remind us of the bad stuff that happens to you other than the throw up when you're weightless. It is definitely some transitions that are harder than others. Vomit happens for sure doctor just said vomit happens. Most of my day is spent talking about P poop vomit. Is not as glamorous. So the bone loss the muscle loss, and the changes to your vascular physiology. We've noted some architectural changes to your eye. We're really trying to understand any deeper things that might be occurring show. Also hear about cosmic Ray stuff hitting your do this happen to you. Did you see it on my fifth night space? There was I was going to bed and all the sudden this bright white flash happened. And I thought cool I had read about Apollo astronauts experiencing this. When a cosmic Ray hits your optic nerve, very high energy particle from space, DIB's, right cosmic radiation. And and I saw this white flash. And I thought cool except the then you think about what's actually happening. And there's this place over the earth. Call the south Atlantic anomaly, where the magnetic field kind of dips down and the radiation environment is is worse over the south Atlantic. And if you ever down low enough so that. In orbit in the orbit stronger through there. And if you close your eyes, and you're over the south Atlantic anomaly for me anyway, and every sees it differently and some experience more than others. But if I close my eyes over the Southland economically, I would see flashes. So Jen is this does he go blind. Eventually what happens here, you can just whisper. No, we don't believe. So we're trying to understand it better. Because I think the point of having an optics nerve hit by a high energy particle causing damage to sell can't meet good things. But your body has intrinsically very complicated repair mechanisms, and we just wanna know how those repair mechanisms continue to function and if they were ever to fail. Can we do something about changes in the brain? So the brain has some interesting changes. It moves a little interesting changes. Yeah. Okay. These euphemisms architectural changes to your eyeball. So I've been interesting brain. Okay, go. Well, what's interesting about them? They're happening. But yet you can't detect any consequence of it. So the brain seems to move a little bit the fluid filled areas in your brain seemed to change dimensions a little bit. But ain't dimensions. Bigger sm- does have a big brain or smaller brain when he can't be smaller. Larger but less dense. Chances. He used to be all right, upside everything. Yeah. Part of it is is an extraordinary thing to put the human body through. And then you watch the human body adapt. And you say at what point does doubting no longer become positive. It's it's a struggle for the body to try to tease out all these stressors and say, what am I going to prioritize today managing fluids stress or DCR damage or nutritional supplements..
"bone loss" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"On and on. And this is this is associated with a lack of magnesium in the body simply a lack of magnesium too. It's nothing to really meth around with that. What happens is this? Museum in your body in order for the calcium to be absorbed. Oh, so it's it's a necessary thing in order to get the first component, which is calcium. That's right. They work in combination. With each other. There's many more practical applications of this calmac formula. First of all like, I said he's drink at gets into your system. And one of the first thing we use it for in our clinic is for people who are under a lot of stress, and they can't sleep well at night it works better than anything. I've ever seen for people that have trouble sleeping because it relaxes. You're writing you actually feel the relaxation after you drink the theft you drink a Cup of the Kalmyk formula. Interesting. Now, the other thing that it's really really good for our people who are in pain. Okay. I have a whole bunch of star. And the case studies of people actually taking the formula and getting rid of this is included arthritic type pain fibromyalgia, which is a form of arthritis. Back pain muscle spasms migraine headaches. There's a whole category of various I'd like to discuss with you. Well, that's fantastic. Some of those things that you've named seemed to be age related or or things that we experience as we grow older. Is there a link there? There's a vicious circle that I'd like to discuss what happens is that. When a person has a magnesium deficiency magnesium. They don't absorb their foods. Well, and so they go into what we call Mel absorption syndrome, which millions and millions of Americans have and it's not like you feel thicker. You you might be over time. Just starting to feel more tired and tired and tired, and that's the real graduate overtime type of thing. And a lot of people justify that they're getting all, and they just need more grass or whatever. Right. That's that's what I would think that what happens is that when when you get less absorption. You actually increase the deficiencies in your system of magnesium, and that starts to take the calcium out of the phones you start getting bone loss. You start getting muffled. Because it also reduces the Muslim and pretty soon before you know, it you are feeling. Yeah. And your body's actually starting to manifest it. Well, all due to a simple lack of these nutrients calcium magnesium. Now, let me tell you, and it is simple. The problem in being a doctor researchers how do you get this into the fifth of the formula that we have the calmac formula is so fantastic because powder form you take hot water and you make you put it in a Cup. Take a teaspoon of this powder and mix it in. And you drink this Cup down. That's great. Is really incredible. Because it actually goes right into your bloodstream. All right. And this.
"bone loss" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Parkinson's ferocious lifted goes on and on and on. And this is this is associated with a lack of magnesium in the body assembly lack magnesium too. So it's nothing to really mess around with that. What happens is that? Museum in your body in order for them to be absorbed. Oh, so it's it's a necessary thing in order to get the first component, which is calcium. That's right. They work in combination with each other. Now, there's many more practical applications of this calmac formula, first of all I drink it. So it gets into your system and one of the first things we use it for in our clinic is for people who are under a lot of stress, and they can't sleep well at night it works better than anything. I've ever seen for people that have trouble sleeping because it relaxes your do actually fill the relaxation after you drink the after you drink a Cup of the formula. Interesting. Now, the other thing that is really really good for our people who are in pain. Okay. I have a whole bunch of stories to tell you. And and the case studies of people actually taking the calmac formula and getting rid of pain, and this is including arthritic-type pain, fibromyalgia, which is a form of arthritis. Back pain muscle spasms migraine headaches. There's a whole category of various I'd like to discuss with you. Wow. That's fantastic. Some of those things that you've named seem to be aids related or or things that we experience as we grow older. Is there a link there? There's a vicious circle that I'd like to discuss what happens is that. When a person has a magnesium deficiencies been cynically magnesium, they don't absorb their foods. Well, and so they go into what we call absorption syndrome. Millions and millions of Americans have and it's not like you feel thicker. You might be over time. Just starting to feel more tired and tired and tired, the real graduate overtime type of thing. And a lot of people justify that. They're getting old, and they just need more, rasta, whatever. Right. That's that's what I would think that what happens is that when when you get left absorption, you actually increase the fish in your system of magnesium, and that starts to take the calcium out of the phones you start getting bone loss. You start getting mother loss because it also reduces the Muslim and pretty soon before you know, it you are feeling all your body actually starting to manifest it. Well, all due to.
"bone loss" Discussed on WRVA
"A lack of magnesium in the body simply lack of magnesium it's nothing to really mess around with now what happens is that you need the magnesium in your body in order for the calcium to be absorbed oh so it's it's a necessary thing in order to get the first component which is calcium that's right they work in combination with each other there's many more practical applications of this calmac formula first of all like i said you drink as it gets into your system and one of the first thing we use it for in our clinic is for people who are under a lot of stress and they can't sleep while at night it works better than anything i've ever seen for people that have trouble sleeping because it relaxes your body needs do actually fill the relaxation after you drink the f drink a cup of the mex formula interesting now the other thing that it's really really good for our people who are in pain okay i have a whole bunch of stories to tell you and and case studies of people actually taking the cal mex formula and getting rid of pain and this is including arthritic type pain fibromyalgia which is a form of arthritis back pain muscle spasms migraine headaches there's a whole category of of varies i'd like to discuss with you wow that's fantastic some of those things that you've named seem to be age related or or things that we experience as we grow older is there a link there yeah there's a vicious circle that i'd like to discuss what happens is that when a person has a magnesium deficiencies nikolay magnesium they don't absorb their foods well and so they go into what we call mel absorption syndrome which millions and millions of americans have and it's not like you feel sick or you know that you you might be over time just starting to feel more tired and tired and tired and that's the real graduate overtime type of thing and a lot of people justify that they're getting old and they just need more rest or whatever right that's that's what i would think that what happens is that when when you get less absorption you actually increase the deficiency in your system of magnesium and that starts to take the calcium out of the bones you start getting bone loss you start getting martha lots because it also reduces the muslim and pretty soon before you know it you are feeling old actually starting to manifest it well all.
Osteoporosis: Mediterranean diet may slow bone loss
"In metro atlanta search for the alleged mastermind of a stolen tire rang the anthony stevens is suspected in thefts from cobb clayton to cab and fulton counties one of the victims tele nisha mccollum tells channel two action news she had just gotten her dream car it was something that i want it it was the color that i want it the package that i wanted but when she came outside to her driveway my car my brand new charger is sitting on two blocks jennifer griffiths wsb israel hopes to become just the fourth nation in the world to complete a moonshot israel aerospace teams up with a space i l to launch the spacecraft in december from spacex falcon nine rocket successful it'll be the smallest spacecraft ever to land on the moon just five feet high and six hundred kilos it'll take pictures and measurements but the landings the real goal wsb news about your head the mediterranean diet may help brittle bones according to a study of sixty and seventy year olds in europe some followed the mediterranean diet and some did not all were taking low doses of vitamin d people who already had osteoporosis and went onto the diet and increases in hip bone strength abc's dave schreiber says that's a common area of osteoporosis and bone fractures in the elderly emmy nominations come out this morning the american should get an odd lassie's in the crown is well for season two and the critically acclaimed new bbc series killing fees could make its debut abc's jason nathanson says game of thrones is eligible even though there was no new season and it was ineligible last year don't ask me the primetime emmys are handed out lives september seventeenth in la wsb news time seven twenty five imagine.
"bone loss" Discussed on The FitCast
"Me because i feel like every year someone tells me the opposite right it goes back and forth nice don't use this i think it's i think it's funny again it comes down to your scientific reasoning based on physician in anatomy so for me when you when we begin to look at the icing will let me back up let's look at the term rice in general right talk about that in the book and again just like we have taken evidence based practice and misinterpreted that to say we need a research study to support it right forgot patient values we forgot clinical experience or just as equally important so same thing in rice we have misinterpreted are tunin rest as a mobilization and so people were immobilizing their injuries forever an icing them right and we know that movement unless you have an insane unstable fracture or something absolutely crazy in general protected movement is going to be better or on a low on a tissue healing standpoint from a circulatory standpoint from a bone loss standpoint from a movement last point from a pain standpoint so protected movement is way better than a mobilization and that's really when you look at the original definition of of rest like protected movement yeah that makes sense right protect the movement of the joint don't mobilize it but we totally misinterpreted it and started a mobilizing the the traitor that just taped up my biscuit broken ankle by whole senior year of high school playing basketball that was not a good idea right right exactly let's not mobilize things let's offer them protective mobilization let's let's use that example for a second because again you know for most sports like the most common injury people are going to get i actually i've soccer players come into next week next week i'm sure there's going to be a world ankle that pops up in their summer leagues and stuff like that you know is it again you've mentioned restrictive movement is at you know putting like like got an ace bandage or something around it or is it trying to keep the ankle free but just you know moving it through pain three up shoot me pain free are mostly pain free movement yet exactly more more moving it.
"bone loss" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM
"And he was crawling like a bug i mean think about that he was a dashing out of the space capsule bragging about his year in space no he could barely crawl like a worm coming out of his base capsule vise that because even if you exercise in outer space you suffer from muscle deterioration bone loss all sorts of things happen when you're in outer space and you are weightless for example did you know that you grow about two inches when you are in outer space your spinal cord does not have the tension that it does ordinarily and so you your spinal cord actually expands about two inches when you are of space and then of course it contracts very rapidly after that trip to the heavens so you have to realize space travel is great but yeah there are hazards involved well let's take short commercial break and after the break we're gonna continue science lou if you or anyone you love has been diagnosed with lung cancer as best hostess or measles lioma your diagnosis may be the result of job related exposure to as best as and you.
"bone loss" Discussed on Dollar Saving Divas
"Broker narc case a lot of walking okay off the wine kick butt carrots i love carrots and i eat them i was a little bag of those the little little mini law those and diplomats wellness i think that's pretty healthy but that's the carrington in that as well it's antioxidants and things so carrots is another one and it also helps ward off the wrinkles did you know that i did not i did not know that i'd better go home and near the whole bag again it's it's working diplomatic hamas well cashews they're also great i love cashews they're high in calories so you have to be careful this but they have a lot of magnesium which in addition to calcium will can fight bone loss so you know as we start aging you can start seeing bone losses early age thirty so macro i knew and that's scary and cashews cash my favorite nut yeah but cashews are great because of the magnesium so they can have you ever had cash she butter i have oh so much better than peanut butter i mean i like peanut butter beg almond butter of course you just like all my do i tell you know spread your wings try some cash you butter branch out a little bit yeah i love cashews you can't go wrong with cashews no matter what your treat lungs they're lightly salted well did you know that increasingly diabetes is a common condition among women i was a little scary i know i have heard that and that is scary i mean think it's usually just people that are overweight or poor eating habits but that it's women in particular yeah so there are some foods you can eat that will help you fight diabetes one of those is an apple an outlaw day keeps the doctor away that's one of my ear here too so you'll want to apples but it's got a lot of fiber in it and a lot of vitamin c which helps to strengthen your immune system so i i love apples and there are so many kinds of apples out there i i'm a big fan of the honey crisp i know they're a little pricier but honey.
"bone loss" Discussed on The Model Health Show
"Even water it doesn't have to be out land for it to be good okay so don't get too caught up into the hype we do however want to pay attention to having more balance there lots of great alkaline things that we should be having as well but your body will take care imbalance you out but here's the problem when you're bringing in too many of these things like sodas you can guzzle it's liquid it's liquid sugars liquid phosphoric acid hits you hard and you do that on a continuous basis day to day it's going to start to lead in pull those minerals right from places that you need in order to buffer in order to buffer all that acidity coming into your system i so i hope that makes sense now also the high caffeine consumption doesn't appear to help either the american society for bone mineral research published data indicating that people who already have impaired calcium balanced performance in their bodies could have increased risk for bone loss even more with high caffeine intake and now let's be clear the caffeine is itself isn't a direct issue again this is something humans have been consuming for centuries right and has a really interesting resonance with the human body in fact there's a compound called identifying that we create as we're just living our live day to day process and as a dentist seeing increases in by the way for years it was thought to just throw away product that just didn't really matter to researchers but now they're aware that we have receptor sites for dinner seeing that as we build up a dentist seen it starts to fit into those receptors sites and activate programs that put us on sleep mode.
"bone loss" Discussed on The Art of Manliness
"Okay we'll talk about that later on when we talk about trt will discuss that want to discuss that a bit so let's talk about what's move away from prostates and just sort of know what are some of the attributes that we know that testosterone drives in men but also women to yes so we can think about this and sort of both the positive and the negative way which is that you know i tribute i credit testosterone with a lot of really great things in in life such as our ability to be strong our ability to to navigate gate space to defend ourselves to an i'm going way back now even in our evolution to hunt to fight off aggressors to be aggressors insofar as that can be a good thing and to explore the world i mean i think that that's a pretty well you know a sort of known anthropological phenomenon that that this that this chemical and other processes have helped create our our ability to to build a beautiful world that we have in survived aggressors that we face so that's a positive way to look at it testosterone can keep our bodies fit not only muscular lean by reducing fat in our bodies it can also help with certain aspects of cognition even memory and other aspects of our of how we think there's a lot of evidence to show and we know this from treating prostate cancer by by taking statin away that testosterone may help prevent things like diabetes and muscle loss are sorry bone loss.
"bone loss" Discussed on 790 WAEB
"Exformula and getting rid of pain and this was included arthritictype pain fibromyalgia which is a form of arthritis back pain muscle spasms migraine headaches there's a whole category of of areas i'd like to discuss with you well that's fantastic some of those things that you've name seemed to be aidsrelated or or things that we experience as we grow older he's there link there yeah there's a vicious circle that i'd like to discuss what happens is that when a person has a magnesium deficient these cynically magnesium they don't absorb they're foods well and still they go into what we call mel absorption syndrome which millions and millions of americans have and it's not like you feel thicker you know this that you you might be over time just starting to feel more tired entire entire uhhuh and that's just a real gradual overtime type of thing and a lot of people justify that they're getting old and they just need more draft or whatever right that's what i would think that what happens is that when when you get less absorption you actually increase the deficiency in your system of magnesium when that and that starts to take the calcium out of the bone to start getting bone loss you start getting um muscle loss because it also reduces the muslim s and priests in before you know it you are feeling old yeah and your body to actually starting to manifest it well all due to a simple lack of these nutrients it calcium magnesium now let me tell you and it is simple the problem in being a doctor researchers how do you get this into the system the formula we have the calvin formula is so fantastic because get did a powder form you take hot water and you may give you put it in a cop take a teaspoon of this.
"bone loss" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And volkswagen i had a very low whereby the temple or they aren't happy to had any blackened left and right very no date to an xray uh no i have done nothing weight right naked adenoid on meet how did they diagnosed at the bone is degenerating usually it's muscle mass that's lost if you have muscles on either side of your temple well and are wasting of the muscles can occur but bone really doesn't he no shrink or climate then okay i rang gone i had go foot hypnotist hey at low add loan now got like lung how my head and hiccup not county oh you had bone that you have a bowl not born law help there you can't just look at insee bottomless you'd have to do an xray to give you a clear picture of the bone so i you may have muscle wasting over the temporal area of your head which is on your left in the right side you think that with cancer patients you see that with patients that have other auto in on that'll mean but tub immune deficiency syndromes like hiv but you know i'd have to take a look and see what we're talking about how k hitting i appreciate your adding you every time you know like you and i appreciate all over hectic you're getting everybody county very important and i if you could have merit appreciate and now on suffering low pressure i like my i hate and go blind liquor had any day now i'm not even sure what you have so saying that you can go blind with something doesn't make sense to me because there's no in the world a doctor could look at you and say oh you have bone loss in your head it really has to be documented by a test that really looked set your bone akhunov face said they did bone mineral density or they looked at your hip your back your forearm and said oh your bones a week of osteoporosis jio perot's us it's one thing if they did metre of your neck of your head.
"bone loss" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast
"The kind of pook their feet underneath one of those handrails right and and they had the yet you're right they're bobbing him because they're not going to stay when position on this they cannot get their footing right here interesting huh do you noticed that they come down um i guess this kind of subjective but do they come down in better shape than they went upper war shape or how does that change it canada depends on the person so arm nasa in general they take the health of the astronaut very seriously of and so um that is part of the reason why they they work out so much that the combat muscle laws as well as bone loss your and so um they probably work out more than they would maybe on earth depending on the person um we try to make sure that their food is nutritionally sound so if you're someone who's not constantly paying attention to your diet before going into space it'll be an improvement for you but a lot of them are already very healthconscious so it is it really depends on the person what state they were in before but in general we don't notice those changes as much as we used to in the past i guess that's good right because then is there's there's not really negative effect while there's you're you're your you have countermeasures against those negative right right so you're you're eating healthy your exercising regularly so you come down to make sure that you're in in reasonably good health when you come back and that's that's an overall mission of the the space program to make sure that i'm there aren't lasting effects of going in a space and obviously the more that we have astronauts in space more we learn and we try to combat those those effects but in right and the international space should've space station is perfect for that yes like a big you know it's a laboratory that you to practice this over and over and then if you go do another mission than your wellprepared gray have all this data from collected from uh from the international space station rate very cool.
"bone loss" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast
"But astronauts come back to earth astronauts will walk on mars where there is gravity less gravity but still gravity and you're going to need to walk around in a pretty heavy spacesuit things like that so finding ways to counteract cone countermeasures for all all the ways the body adapts is it's something that we've been doing pretty much as long as we've been doing space flight but we've really aggressively pursued it on board the space station so for example bone loss in muscle loss we've actually pretty much reversed for the most part all of the bone loss in muscle us you'll sills to see changes in bone density in some of the crew members but a lot of them are losing that bone mass that muscle mass that was such a problem in early longduration space flight and we do that directors is that is that is the main driver there's exercise and there's nutrition and exercise the crewmembers are working out about two hours every single day i don't know about you but i don't worry out two hours every single day thirty minutes i'm pretty much yet even that can be hard for some people vibe the crew members two hour every single day and that's exercise both cardio and resistance so they have a number of devices up there they have a treadmill which again you need to remember everything and this is the running theme everything we do in microgravity is different you can't just hop on a treadmill you'll just float away newsbeat be pumped near legs in microgravity in that does nothing for you so the treadmill actually has a harness with basically bungee cables that polls them down towards the treadmill so that way you're getting the force in your legs you're actually exerting more force and you can you can run its close you can get to just running in space and i mean we've had astronauts run marathons on the treadmill.
"bone loss" Discussed on Main Engine Cut Off
"This phosphates which block vis bone resorting cells called osteo class an a study was done using a alendronate which was essentially fayza max which was really the first generation of osteoporosis drug and we did a study of seven crewmembers who exercised on the resistance expert advanced resistance exercise device and a weak compared crew who exercised on a red and took this drug compared to cruz who know crewmembers who exercised on a red without taking the drug compared to those earlier crew members who exercise it exercised on that initial i read and what was found was that the a red know exercising with this particularly heavy exercise protocol that you know what you're trying to do is essentially replace some of the mac the mechanical loading that you lose for not being on earth replace it with these sessions of huge muscle contractions muscle forces at cetera the people who did the a red exercise lost significantly less bone than people you know the controlled route from earlier on criminals i missions on so it was it was partially effective it did not stop bone loss but it reduced did you know to about half or a third of what it was previously manned by using the combination of this anti resort of drug and the resistance exercise prokhoda protocol we were able to show that you know bone loss at least in our seven crew was completely halted so theoretically you know we do have.
"bone loss" Discussed on Main Engine Cut Off
"That's definitely another envisioning it i think he'll find varying opinions on on the facility itself from mars enthusiasts notably robert servants not to pumped about the plan but uh that's that's not uncommon for for him a nasa to disagree about a survey in terms of of ye making use of these analog vicinity zinni isis itself is you know that's that's really there so that we can develop countermeasures for the different issues can you walk through a little bit about how some proposed countermeasure makes its way through the process and how it makes use of analog facilities how it makes use of the iss or other uh space vehicles that are flying actively how does it make its way through that process to become something that we that we find a lot of hope in for future missions show i've been involved in the problem of bone loss of you know for together with nasa for a long time and when the the the issue of bone loss was suspected even before people went into space you know so it was known that people would be weightless and uh you know some of the sort of severe bone loss so for example you know when the first cosmonaut brews so adrian leblanc who is that the the research i spoke to you about a earlier on on the show uh he did a study where they looked at leave at nineteen a mere crew creatine postflight end so they were finding for example that these people lost.