How the Public Health Collaboration Supports The Low Carb Diet • Sam Feltham
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Low carb real food diet advocate, Sam Feltham, is today's guest interview. Sam is the director of the Public Health Collaboration (PHC); a UK charity that is aiming to change the recommended national food guidelines. Sam shares with us why eating a low carb real food diet helps not only weight loss, but managing metabolic conditions like type 2 diabetes. He explains how the PHC is trying to educate doctors around the country about the benefits of a LCHF diet. We then find out about some of the free resources the PHC provides anyone; like the real food diet budget guide. The PHC is a charity and needs support. Go to the show notes for episode 25 at https://www.biohackerslab.com/ep25-sam-feltham/ for more links & highlights.

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Myers Detox
Myers Detox
Wendy Myers
How to Find and Use Your Genetics to Optimize Your Diet and Health Choices with Joe Cohen
Joe Cohen joins the show to explain how you can make optimized choices for your diet, your health, and your lifestyle, by finding your genetics that impact weight gain, thyroid function, diabetes and other health conditions. On today’s podcast, you will learn: How to discover the genes that make you susceptible to weight gain or diabetes. Why almost all doctors do not use genes to make recommendations for your health. How knowing your genes can help with finding specific diet, lifestyle, and supplement approaches to counteract these genetic variations. How many genetic companies are selling info to Pharma, and how to find a company that WON’T sell your information. Joe Cohen's Bio: Joe is a well known biohacker and founder of Self Hacked, which provides thoroughly-researched, evidence-based health and performance information that reaches 2 million visitors each month. He has a quite fascinating background, and as he likes to say he won the genetic lottery of bad genes. As a kid, he suffered from inflammation, brain fog, fatigue, digestive problems, anxiety, depression, and other issues that were poorly understood in both conventional and alternative medicine which embarked him on a journey of self-experimentation and starting Self Hacked. Joe is also the founder of SelfDecode, which lets people get personalized health recommendations based on their genes. To learn more and purchase a DNA wellness report plan, as well as a DNA test kit go to and use code MYERSDETOX for 10% off your order!   Are toxic metals causing your fatigue and health issues? Find out by taking Wendy’s Heavy Metals Quiz at
59 min
The Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show With Jimmy Moore
The Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show With Jimmy Moore
JImmy Moore
1687: Jessica Viker Shares Shocking Reason Why She Had To Get Out Of Critical Care Nursing
On today’s episode of the LLVLC Show, Jessica Viker, BSN, RN, stops by to talk about the state of Critical Care Nursing. “We are not the same. Bioindividuality is REAL. What works for me won’t work for my mom or anyone else.” - Jessica Viker Registered Nurse Jessica Viker’s (@keto_nurse_jess) health journey started about 7 years ago, when she just didn’t feel well. As a nurse at a busy hospital, she knew what tired felt like, but this was a whole new level of exhausted. Her hair was falling out, her skin was dry, and she was perpetually cold. She had gained weight out of nowhere over the past 10 years, and not only could she not get it off, she kept gaining! After literally YEARS of different doctors, lab tests, frustration and misdiagnosis, she was finally diagnosed with chronic reverse T3 hypothyroidism, (triggered by a viral infection), and hormonal dysfunction. It was then that she set out on the journey to reclaim her health. Listen in today as Jessica joins Jimmy to talk about her health journey, diving into nursing, why whole-30 didn’t give her the results she wanted, why keto was such a revelation to her, why it’s okay to admit what we don’t know, why diet is only adjunct therapy, why epidemiology is just confirmation bias, why understanding what your goals are is important, why PCOS is prevalent now, how metabolic syndrome is rearing its head in new ways, and so much more. Support this show by becoming a Patron at Patreon!
58 min
The Life Stylist
The Life Stylist
Luke Storey
Hormone Harmony: The End Of PMS, Cramps, Infertility, & Cycle Chaos W/ Alisa Vitti (For Men Too!) #311
I am extremely excited to share this episode with Alisa Vitti, folks, because I think this one is going to end a lot of suffering — not only for our female listeners but for anyone who is in a relationship with females and wants to understand how to best support them. If you’re not familiar, Alisa’s wisdom is unparalleled when it comes to women's hormonal and reproductive health. She is a pioneer in female biohacking, the founder of FLO Living and the MyFLO App, the author of "Woman Code" and "In The FLO," and the creator of a Cycle Syncing Method that has transformed the health and life of thousands of women. Alisa first started down this path because she wanted to understand more about her own body and health. Over and over, she felt misunderstood and mistreated by the medical system and wellness industry. From pharmaceuticals to diets to fitness programs, everything is based on research done to men, so women never get the results they’re hoping for. Through years of researching and writing, she uncovered that each individual woman needs something tailored for their unique female hormonal pattern to truly feel their best — and FLO28 is the culmination of all that research. This is a lifestyle program based on her Cycle Syncing Method. What makes this different from anything else out there is that it’s a food, exercise, and time management program based on your actual female biology and hormones. And it’s the only program based on your INFRADIAN RHYTHM. It turns out that having an infradian rhythm causes changes in a woman’s metabolism, brain, stress and other systems. So, basically, you need to take care of your body differently throughout the 4 phases of your cycle. Every month, you’ll get recipes, shopping lists, meal plans, and workout videos for each phase of your cycle. You’ll also get a revolutionary time management system to organize and optimize your life. On top of that, you’ll get direct support from Alisa through her monthly Master Classes, where you can get your questions answered. I’m so excited to be able to offer this special opportunity to my community! If you want to make peace with your body, if you want to get rid of your PMS, if you want to do more with less stress — you’re going to want to try this. Sign up for 50% off your first month at www.cyclesyncingmembership.com with the code LUKESTOREY. 14:25 — How spirituality informs Alisa’s work * The personal struggle that led Alisa down this path * A pragmatic desire to create solutions * Improving the cultural narrative around hormonal health and how woman think about themselves 17:55 — Facts that will help men understand women * How men can apply Alisa’s work * It’s not just men who are clueless about women’s hormones—our society is clueless * Institutionalized gender bias in medical research * The many, many problems with how fitness is sold to women * The conversations that are normalized for men but not women * Understanding each other’s patterns in a relationship 28:50 — How competitive feminism has a negative impact on women by encouraging them to work in the same way men work in corporate environments * Every stop along the journey of feminism has been necessary and hard-earned * Following models based on the male circadian pattern * The problem with forcing yourself to do the same thing every day when you don’t feel the same every day 40:45 — The most common causes (and effects) of hormonal disruption * Infradian rhythm 101 * Why women shouldn’t be eating the same number of calories every day * How HIIT can make you gain weight at certain times in your cycle * Weight loss isn’t the focus of aligning with your biological rhythm, but it is a side effect and it’s easier than you’ve been told * How being deprived of the knowledge of how your body works takes an emotional and mental toll * The different phases of a woman’s cycle and why her partner needs to know them * How men can tune into their partner’s cycle and be most supportive * MyFLO App * "In The FLO" 01:14:25 — The cause of painful periods * How nutrition directly affects your cycle * What menstrual blood color can tell us about a woman’s health * You aren’t stuck with painful periods just because you’ve always had them * Women shouldn’t stand for being gaslit by a medical system or society any more * Becoming your own advocate 01:24:20 — Biohacking for women * How blue light and EMF exposure affects women's circadian rhythm and reproductive health * How millennials shifted the cultural conversation around hormonal health * The fitness myths that are harmful to women * Making the biohacking community more inclusive for women 01:32:05 — Why many vegan and vegetarian women become infertile and stop menstruating * It’s not just veganism: it’s any disruption to your infradian metabolic pattern * How leaky gut can contribute to menstrual issues * It is possible to be vegan and maintain your hormonal health, but it takes work and you have to be intentional about it 01:39:55 — Thyroids & Endometriosis * Both are on the rise * The root cause of thyroids * Why we need more research on thyroids * The side effects of medical birth control * The autoimmune component of endometriosis * How you can heal endometriosis naturally More about this episode. Watch it on YouTube. JOIN MY NEW ONLINE EMF HOME SAFETY MASTERCLASS! Visit www.lukestorey.com/emfmasterclass to join. Only $149! Are you aware of the dangers of EMF exposure in your home, but have no idea where to start when it comes to finding, and fixing them? Are you concerned about your exposure to the current 3G, 4G, and 5G wireless networks now activated in most major cities? Have you attempted to test the levels yourself using EMF meters you found online and ended up confused and frustrated? EMFs (electromagnetic frequencies) are one of the most toxic elements in our living and work environments. Due to the technical nature of accurately testing for them—and the training required to do so properly—many of us resign ourselves to the fact that we just have to accept them and the consequences they bring in order to use the modern technology we depend on. But you don’t have to. In this seven-part video documentary series, you will follow world-renowned building biologist Brian Hoyer as he tests an entire home, room by room, to determine the source and level of every known type of EMF. By the end of this series, you will not only be thoroughly educated on the various types and sources of EMF commonly found in homes but also of the many mitigation tools and techniques available thanks to the cutting-edge technologies. Visit www.lukestorey.com/emfmasterclass to join. Only $149! Connect with Luke on social media to learn how to take your lifestyle to the next level, plus catch exclusive live interviews & events: INSTAGRAM - @lukestorey // https://www.instagram.com/lukestorey/ FACEBOOK - https://www.facebook.com/MrLukeStorey/ TWITTER - @MrLukeStorey // https://twitter.com/MRLUKESTOREY YOUTUBE - https://www.youtube.com/c/LukeStorey THIS SHOW IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY: JUST THRIVE. Imagine this: a probiotic that actually does what it is supposed to do! I’ve tried so many different supplements, and when you find the right one — the one that really works — it’s like winning the lottery. So I was psyched when I tried Just Thrive Probiotic, the first and only spore-based probiotics and antioxidants. Their products have been the subject of groundbreaking clinical studies and demonstrated incomparable effects on the gut, even healing leaky gut. It’s super simple and it just works. You can use code ‘luke15’ for 15% off at thriveprobiotic.com/luke. AND... BLUBLOX. BLUblox offers a complete range of evidence-backed blue light blocking glasses to suit every need (and, as a rad…
2 hr 12 min
Siim Land Podcast
Siim Land Podcast
Siim Land
#208 Overcome Fear, Stress, and Uncertainty - Peter Crone The Mind Architect
Welcome to the Siim Land Podcast. Today we talk with Peter Crone The Mind Architect. Peter is a human performance coach, consultant, and speaker. He helps people overcome their mental barriers and achieve success. In this episode, we talk about how to deal with stressful and uncertain times. We do talk about the current pandemic and lockdowns but we are not professional physicians or doctors. We do not offer medical advice or recommendations. Timestamps: * 01:40 Peter's Lockdown Experience in LA * 07:25 Disharmony with Nature Creates Fragilities * 13:05 Do Drug Companies Want You To Be Healthy * 17:40 How to Deal With Stressful Times * 24:30 Why Worrying Is Futile * 26:30 The Psychological Virus * 31:11 Self-Fulfilling Prophecies of Infections * 37:43 How to Relieve Stress and Anxiety * 42:00 Dangers of Mouth Breathing * 45:44 Your Trajectory of Health Driven by Momentum * 49:20 Free Your Mind Course * 53:20 How Peter Prepares for the Future And much more Here are the links to the podcast on all platforms * Link to the Audio Podcast on iTunes and Stitcher * Link to the podcast on Spotify * Link to the podcast on CastBox * Watch the Biohacking Bootcamp Videos on Patreon This episode is sponsored by BiOptimizers. They're giving the listeners of this podcast an exclusive offer on one of their best-selling products. It's called Magnesium Breakthrough and is the most full-spectrum magnesium supplement out there. Most supplements contain only 1 or 2 forms of magnesium... when in reality there are at least 7 that your body needs and benefits from. Magnesium is the master mineral that governs virtually all physiological processes in the body. With volume discounts combined with our custom 10% coupon code, SIIM10, you can save up to 40% off select packages of Magnesium Breakthrough! That’s an AMAZING value. And I promise that deal is ONLY available on this specific website, Click Here to Support the Show on Patreon! Show Notes * Peter Crone Website * Peter Crone Instagram * Peter Crone's Course * Get Magnesium Breakthrough for a 10% Discount! * Use Code SIIM for 10% Off Self Decode * Use Code SIIM for a 10% Discount on the KAATSU Bands * Get Your Biomarkers Tested with Lets Get Checked At-Home Tests! Use Code SIIMLAND for a 20% Discount! * My New Book Stronger by Stress * My NEW BOOK Metabolic Autophagy * Metabolic Autophagy Audiobook * Metabolic Autophagy Master Class * Total Sleep Optimization Video Course * Get the FULL GUIDE to INTERMITTENT FASTING FREE BOOK * Get the Metabolic Autophagy Program * Keto Adaptation Manual Book * Watch the Biohacking Bootcamp Videos on Patreon * Body Mind Empowerment Handbook * Keto Fit Program * Keto // IF Program Stay Empowered Siim
1 hr 5 min
Muscle Intelligence
Muscle Intelligence
Ben Pakulski
A 5 step process to elicit brain neuroplasticity and support wellbeing with Lisa Wimberger
Lisa Wimberger, founder of the NeuroSculpting Institute, is on a mission to help individuals find healthy ways to navigate the great unknown of emotional and mental confusion and stress. She joins Ben on this episode to tell her journey of studying the nervous system and finding strategies of dealing with her own life-threatening trauma - a journey that led her to develop NeuroSculpting®. NeuroSculpting® is a 5-step meditation process that can strategically help an individual release the grip of old patterns and entrain their brain to creating new and more supportive patterns, habits, and behaviors. Lisa has seen amazing results in her client’s wellbeing with this more active and involved meditation practice and if you struggle with listening to your body and meditating, this episode will give you tools to approach your meditation practice differently and succeed. After all – Breathe. Walk. Meditate. Find out more about NeuroSculpting: Digital Meditation App: https://neuropraxis.com use the coupon code Bpakfitness at checkout to receive 1 month for free Website: https://neurosculptinginstitute.com IG: https://www.instagram.com/neurosculpting.institute/ Books Mentioned: The Body Keeps the Score If you enjoyed this episode, please leave us a review on ApplePodcasts to support us and share it with a person you feel will benefit from this conversation. Thank you to our amazing show sponsors Real Mushrooms. Real mushrooms are the highest quality mushroom extracts we can find. They are 100% mushroom certified organic. They have no added fillers or grains, and they are third party tested multiple times. You can add their mushroom extract powders to things like coffee, tea, smoothies, or oatmeal, or they also have capsules. Ben uses Real Mushrooms Lion’s Mane organic mushroom powder in his Intelligence Coffee every morning, and he uses the Cordyceps-M mushroom capsules for improved focus and cognitive performance. Please visit https://www.realmushrooms.com/ben Code BEN gets you 30% off for first time buyers Code MUSCLE gets you 20% off all other orders Timestamps [01:22] – Today’s guest [03:33] – Our sponsor Real Mushrooms https://www.realmushrooms.com/ben [05:40] – What is NeuroSculpting? [07:25] – How we store trauma [08:08] – Lisa’s previous meditation experience [09:00] – Mind patterns and un-fixed states [10:50] – Listen to the body [11:45] – The body keeps the score [12:50] – The problem with botox and fillers [13:20] – Separating the body and mind states [13:40] – Lisa’s story [15:00] – Seizures [16:30] – Hypervigilant response [18:00] – Studying the brain [19:00] – The creation of NeuroSculpting [22:05] – Lisa’s mission [23:45] – How to start the process [26:00] – Meditation based on your concept [27:40] – The five steps of NeuroSculpting [30:25] – Identify safety [34:20] – Two-step induction [35:00] – New patterns and new mind-states [41:40] – Anchoring and naming [45:00] – Linking with a well-rounded approach [46:30] – What can NeuroSculpting help with? [49:30] – We create our reality from the inside out [50:30] – Changing belief systems [54:20] – Lisa’s daily practice for positive vibrations [56:00] – Lisa’s work in the Institute [57:30] – The purpose of shaking [59:00] – Vagal toning [01:01:00] – Ben’s experience with his kids [01:02:10] – Find out more about Lisa here!
1 hr 6 min
Align Podcast
Align Podcast
Aaron Alexander
Whitney Miller: Polyamory, Vulva Mapping, and Having Great Sex
Do you wonder how your sex life can improve our relationships– with others and with yourself–either in a monogamous, a polyamory, or an open relationship? In this conversation with Whitney Miller, we talk about the dynamics of monogamous vs. polyamory relationship, we go deep into details of sexuality within relationships and we discuss a very interesting pleasure exploration technique of the vulva: the vulva mapping. In her past polyamory experience, she shares what she learned about herself to be able to thrive in it, namely understand why she got jealous, why she got sad, and how she was able to cultivate meaningful relationships with women by having to constantly have vulnerable conversations which allowed her to truly love the other women. Often, relationships help us to open up a part of ourselves that needs to be exposed in order to heal and to know ourselves better: our thought processes, our patterns, and how we respond to challenges. Whitney tells us how deeply transformative this process was in her open relationship with Audrey Marcus and how that forced her to profoundly dive into herself. She shares with us intimate details of her preferences with candid honesty, so if you are dating or looking to date women this could be a key to understanding what might arouse and please a woman before and during sex. And it’s not at all just about sex: asking the other person meaningful questions is likely to be a skill that enables them to open up. Whitney also tells us what are her own favourites questions, what she finds attractive in a man, and how playfulness is so important. Whitney is a love, sex, and relationship coach: an expert in the realm of union between partners and sexuality. Former Miss United States and sports anchor Whitney Miller has found her true calling helping individuals and couples. Her experiential journey to self-mastery started 5 years ago with her well-publicized open relationship with her fiancé, Aubrey Marcus. Whitney has since joined forces with some of the leading scientists and researchers in the field, and now hosts talks and workshops around the world. What we discuss: [00:04:47] Letting go of how Whitney thought life should be has been making her more open to change. [00:05:50] Where Whitney's need for protecting herself comes from. [00:07:09] What permitted the sensation of safety to let people in Whitney's life. [00:08:34] Why the relationship with Aubrey was fundamental to Whitney's self-discovery. [00:09:09] How we receive superpowers and faults from our parents and our relationships. [00:10:42] Why Whitney thinks there is usefulness in suppressing emotions. [00:11:48] Whitney's latest Ayuashca experience showed her to go over one fear in particular. [00:14:39] Making it through life instead of living life: "If you let out what is within you, it will heal you. If you hold it in, it will destroy you". [00:15:57] Qualities in a man that are attractive to Whitney. [00:17:18] What was attractive in Aubry from Whitney's perspective. [00:19:06] Why Whitney and Aubrey were sincere about the constraints of their polyamorous relationship. [00:20:31] What Whitney feel she learned from her experience in a polyamorous relationship [00:21:39] Is polyamory sustainable and does it have longevity? [00:24:27] Whitney's present terms of relationship preferences. [00:29:38] How does a man show he holds the qualities of stability and safety? [00:32:11] Is it possible to hold a certainty about the relationship course? [00:33:21] What is the process of stepping back and re-access in a relationship? [00:35:59] Whitney's experience in relationships in which one partner goes through change and the other isn't [00:38:07] What good sex means for Whitney. [00:46:14] How does a woman want a vulva massage? [00:46:55] What is vulva mapping and how to do it. [00:48:25] Butt play and anal sex. [00:51:45] What is the perfect set up for sex? [00:54:12] How does Aaron creates contact? [00:56:01] How to ask meaningful questions about the other person. Find more from Whitney: Instagram: @whitnlove Website: https://whitnlove.com/ Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/true-sex-wild-love/id1472061802
1 hr 2 min
Peak Human - Unbiased Nutrition Info for Optimum Health, Fitness & Living
Peak Human - Unbiased Nutrition Info for Optimum Health, Fitness & Living
Brian Sanders - Filmmaker of Food Lies & Health Coach
Part 103 - Kiran Krishnan on the Immune Health, Herd Immunity, Viral Exposure, Microbiome, Gut Health, and More!
Kiran Krishnan is a Research Microbiologist who has been involved in the nutrition industry for the past 17 years. His early work involved hands-on Research and Development in the fields of molecular medicine and microbiology at the University of Iowa. He is a frequent lecturer on the human microbiome at medical and nutrition conferences and health summits and a regular expert guest on national and satellite radio. He is also a founder of Microbiome Labs, a company dedicated to researching the microbiome and providing research-based probiotics for patients. GET THE FREE SAPIEN FOOD GUIDE! http://Sapien.org GET THE MEAT! http://NosetoTail.org SHOW NOTES [4:10] What we know about the Microbiome. [6:10] There’s 40 trillion microbes in and on our body. https://www.bbc.com/news/health-43674270 [10:00] Microbes in the gut are messengers. [11:40] 80% of immune health is in the lining of the gut. https://www.health24.com/Medical/Flu/Preventing-flu/your-gut-is-the-cornerstone-of-your-immune-system-20160318 [13:40] Our digestive tract is outside of our body. [17:10] Obesity, diabetes, and heart disease are linked to severe COVID cases. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/dmrr.3377 [22:30] Inflammation is the root cause. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4579563/ [27:20] A non-inflammatory diet builds a resilient immune system. [31:20] Strategic dietary changes shift our food options. https://www.meatpoultry.com/articles/22971-organic-meats-demand-continues-to-grow [35:40] Alternative or natural medicine is growing. [39:40] Stress is a potent disruptor of the microbiome. [44:40] Fleeting exposure is the best protection against a virus. [47:10] Herd Immunity is a long term protection. [51:40] Filth and germs are critical for the immune system. [56:40] Antibiotics save lives, but they’re over-prescribed. [1:01:50] Gluten creates an immune response in everybody. https://www.marksdailyapple.com/does-gluten-have-any-effect-on-non-celiacs/ [1:05:00] Alzheimers is a result of inflammation. https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fnagi.2017.00407/full [1:11:10] Probiotics can cure leaky gut. https://microbiomelabs.com/home/press/microbiome-labs-publishes-study-on-megasporebiotic-in-the-treatment-of-ibs/ [1:16:40] Spore-based probiotics are evolutionarily supported. [1:21:10] Fermented meat and vegetables contain beneficial microbes. [1:26:10] Dietary variety and nose to tail nutrition is beneficial. [1:28:50] We can change our gut microbiome. [1:32:20] Yes, you can eat onions despite their sulfate content. GET THE FREE SAPIEN FOOD GUIDE! http://Sapien.org GET THE MEAT! http://NosetoTail.org Follow along: http://twitter.com/FoodLiesOrg http://instagram.com/food.lies http://facebook.com/FoodLiesOrg
1 hr 35 min
The Healthy Rebellion Radio
The Healthy Rebellion Radio
Robb Wolf
Bone Broth Histamine, Kidney Disease, Muscle Mass | THRR052
Eating for Kidney Disease, Muscle Mass, LDL Up 102 points, Is Bone Broth Made In Pressure Cooker Healthy?, Biochemistry For Beginners Make your health an act of rebellion. Join The Healthy Rebellion Please Subscribe and Review: Apple Podcasts | RSS Submit your questions for the podcast here Show Notes: News topic du jour: Iatrogenics: Why Intervention Often Leads to Worse Outcomes Iatrogenics is when a treatment causes more harm than benefit. As iatros means healer in Greek, the word means “caused by the healer” or “brought by the healer.” Healer, in this sense, need not mean doctor, but anyone intervening to solve a problem. For example, it could be a thought leader, a CEO, a government, or a coalition of the willing. Nassim Taleb calls these people interventionistas. Often these people come armed with solutions to solve the first-order consequences of a decision but create worse second and subsequent order consequences. Luckily, for them at least, they’re never around to see the train wreck they created. 1. Eating For Kidney Disease [23:54] Tyler says: Hey Robb, Years ago, you wrote a multi-part post about kidney health, and mentioned a former client at NorCal S&C who was recommended dialysis. One of your coaches instructed him to eat super low carb, and about the same protein (around 10% for both macros), and the rest of his diet consisting of fat. The end result (at least in your article) was that he recovered a great deal of his kidney function... Now that I’ve told you about your own article (lol), here are my questions: 1. Is that still a protocol you’d recommend for someone with stage 4 kidney disease? 2. If so, what can you even eat on an 80% fat diet? This info is for my mother-in-law. She’s almost 70, and has kidney disease presumedly brought on by Henoch-Schoenlein Purpura. She lives in Japan so she has access to great quality seafood, but coconut products are uncommon. I’ve been trying to get her to quit eating bread, rice and soy products as a start. She still eats some dairy. Are there any foods within a typical Paleo diet she should avoid? For example, fruit? She is prescribed some type of steroid (not sure what or how much), and is of normal weight, and does not take any blood pressure meds that I know of. Not expecting any type of miraculous full recovery, just wanting to help her get the most she can out of life. Thanks for any direction you might be able to guide me towards. PS: the wife and I are huge fans of LMNT, and you were right: do NOT accidentally (Or purposely) inhale the Lemon Habanero dust!! Low carbohydrate diet may reverse kidney failure in people with diabetes Researchers have for the first time determined that the ketogenic diet, a specialized high-fat, low carbohydrate diet, may reverse impaired kidney function in people with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes. 2. Muscle Mass [33:04] Ben says: Hey Robb, Love the work you have done and really appreciate all that you do. FYI Sacred Cow was a phenomenal book, very nice work. I am writing in regards to muscle mass. You have mentioned previously on the importance of muscle mass as we age and starting around age 30 we will start loosing it slowing and/or it's much harder to gain muscle mass as we age. My question is how much muscle mass should I be aiming for. For context I am a 30 year-old male, 6'4", 218-225 lbs 8-10% body fat (depending on season). The reason I ask is I enjoy competing in Crossfit; however, am uncertain if I should focus more on trying to put on more mass or if moving forward with these numbers seems appropriate? Ultimately I do enjoy competing, but don't want to become decrepit when I'm older. (Other info if it helps-- squat- 425 DL- 545 Be- 325 Fran 2:45. I have never done full extensive blood work but my most recent basic blood work ie Chem 7, testosterone, basic lipid panel all looked "normal".) Thanks for all you do, Ben 3. LDL Up 102 points [36:47] Clint says: Hey Robb- I recently got some blood work done for work and I was pretty amazed at my lipid profile. My total cholesterol went from 148 to 268. LDL went from 86-188. Triglycerides went down 62-54 and HDL increased from 50-69. My GP wasn’t too concerned bc the triglycerides decreased and HDL increased but he still wants me to monitor it. The two weeks leading up to my blood work have been mostly carnivore-esque as I’ve noticed some headaches from fruit and indigestion with some veggies. I sneak in some full fat dairy by means of a little heavy whipping cream, I cook with kerrygold butter, and have a little kerrygold cheese from time to time. I’m 6’2” 186lbs at about 8-10% body fat. I do drink about 40 Oz of French press coffee per day and I know that can muck with LDL but I’m not so sure of that big of an increase over 3 years. Exercise- I Do some variation of cardio 4-6 times per week and flirt with some CrossFit style workouts 1-2 times per week. I dropped the intensity since going more low carb/carnivore as to not fry myself. Protein intake usually consists of chicken (all parts, not just a breast guy), beef (steak, burgers), eggs, Wild planet sardines, wild caught salmon, etc... I never cook with coconut oil or seed oils (coconut never agreed with me). I’ll eat some stevia sweetened dark chocolate a couple times per week. I’ve been sleeping 6-8 hours per night (2 kids going on 3). Any insight from your experience as to why my bloodwork took a shit? I’ve been relatively low carb for years. Thanks! Total cholesterol and all-cause mortality by sex and age: a prospective cohort study among 12.8 million adults ~ 4. Is Bone Broth Made In Pressure Cooker Healthy?? [45:56] Matthew says: Hi Nicki and Robb, Appreciate your work and show. Question: I have a hard time digesting bone broth, it gives me some digestive upset and I can't really consume it, even though I know I could use the gut healing benefits. I have issues with histamines, so that may be a big reason since it's typically slow-cooked, which is one of the things that creates a lot of histamines in foods and is an issue for those with histmaine tolerance issues (I'm working on that issue, but it's a long healing trajectory). I've heard a little about using a pressure cooker like and instant pot to make bone broth, which allws it to be done more swiftly, but I can't find any information on how beneficial it is when made in pressure cooker. Is it as good as when it's slow-cooked, in terms of nutritional value? Curious if you might have any information or insights on this. Many thanks! Matthew Oakland, CA http://delicatebelly.com/low-histamine-bone-broth/ chicarones? 5. Biochemistry For Beginners [48:47] Hoby says: Robb, Love your podcast and books, and listening to you and some others in the Paleo/keto/carnivore universe, I hear a lot of biochemistry discussed. I have a medical background from military service, but biochemistry was not a subject I got a lot of info in... I was wondering if you had a recommendation on a “ biochemistry for dummies” book. I appreciate any recommendations you may have.. Hoby http://watcut.uwaterloo.ca/webnotes/Metabolism/ Sponsor: This episode of The Healthy Rebellion Radio is sponsored by White Oak Pastures. White Oak Pastures is a six-generation, 154-year-old family farm in Bluffton, GA. They pasture-raise 10 species of livestock and practice regenerative agriculture that improves the land. Their cattle and sheep are grassfed, their pork and poultry are pasture-raised and given non-GMO feed. All their meats are raised, slaughtered, and butchered on the farm. 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Nourish Balance Thrive
Nourish Balance Thrive
Nourish Balance Thrive
How to Use Biomedical Testing to Find Problems Inside Your Body
Back when we first started working with clients we ordered all the fancy tests for everyone who walked in the door. We tested the gut (not one test, but two), hormones, cortisol, and organic acids, to name a few. It got to be pretty expensive but it seemed to be the best way to figure out exactly what to do next. Our process has evolved over the years, and now we start with just simple, inexpensive blood chemistry. This saves our clients a ton of money and time, and they still get great results. On the podcast today, NBT Scientific Director and coach Megan Hall and I discuss the advanced (and not-so-advanced) biomedical tests we’ve run for clients over the years. We talk about the ones we still use and the ones we quit - and why. Megan explains why you should be sceptical of genetic testing, and the wealth of information you can derive from basic blood chemistry. We also talk about bloodsmart.ai, the software we use at NBT to give personalised predictions of problems in your body that can help you decide on further testing and/or actions you want to take. We also talk about some software improvements I’ve made recently. Here’s the outline of this interview with Megan Hall: [00:02:23] Megan's outline for this podcast. [00:02:39] Testing in the early days on NBT. [00:05:43] Chris and Jamie on Ben Greenfield’s podcast in 2014: 7 Signs Your Cortisol And Adrenals Are Broken. [00:06:32] Ben Greenfield podcasts with Christopher Kelly: The Little-Known Test That Tells You Everything You Need To Know About Your Metabolism and Why Is My Cortisol High Even Though I’m Doing Everything Right? Hidden Causes Of High Cortisol, The DUTCH Test & More! [00:07:00] Gut tests. [00:07:42] NBT podcasts featuring Lucy Mailing, PhD: 1. How to Optimise Your Gut Microbiome and 2. Microbiome Myths and Misconceptions. [00:09:00] Hormone testing. [00:09:25] Books by Robert Sapolsky: Why Zebras Don't Get Ulcers, Third Edition, and Behave: The Biology of Humans at Our Best and Worst. [00:10:07] Hans Selye. [00:13:37] Entraining circadian rhythm; Podcasts: How to Use Time-Restricted Eating to Reverse Disease and Optimize Health, with Satchin Panda, PhD; Why You Should Eat Breakfast (and Other Secrets of Circadian Biology), with Bill Lagakos, PhD, How to Entrain Your Circadian Rhythm for Perfect Sleep and Metabolic Health, and Morning Larks and Night Owls: the Biology of Chronotypes, with Greg Potter, PhD. [00:16:09] Genetic testing. [00:17:31] Podcast: How to Win at Angry Birds: The Ancestral Paradigm for a Therapeutic Revolution, with Josh Turknett, MD. [00:18:38] Direct to consumer genetic testing: 40% of variants in raw data were false positives; Study: Tandy-Connor, Stephany, et al. "False-positive results released by direct-to-consumer genetic tests highlight the importance of clinical confirmation testing for appropriate patient care." Genetics in Medicine 20.12 (2018): 1515. [00:18:59] Promethease. [00:19:46] 95% of the genome is "non-coding". [00:21:59] Growth mindset; Book: Mindset: The New Psychology of Success, by Carol Dweck; Podcast: Why Most People Never Learn From Their Mistakes - But Some Do, with Simon Marshall, PhD. [00:24:19] Jeff Kendall-Weed; Podcast: How to Create a Career Doing a Sport You Love. [00:25:06] Andrew D Huberman on Joe Rogan, Rich Rolls, Instagram. [00:27:06] Glycomark. [00:28:34] NutriSense; Podcast: Continuous Glucose Monitoring to Prevent Disease and Increase Healthspan, with Kara Collier, RDN. [00:29:59] Salivary 1,5-anhydroglucitol inversely related to dental caries in children; Study: Syed, Sadatullah, et al. "Salivary 1, 5-Anhydroglucitol and Vitamin Levels in Relation to Caries Risk in Children." BioMed research international 2019 (2019). [00:30:34] Tests that have stood the test of time. [00:33:32] Josh Turknett’s 4-quadrant model. [00:34:48] bloodsmart.ai. [00:36:02] The value of a basic blood chemistry. [00:38:23] NBT podcasts featuring Ivor Cummins: How Not to Die of Cardiovascular Disease and Coronary Artery Calcium (CAC): A Direct Measure of Cardiovascular Disease Risk. [00:38:33] NBT podcasts featuring Malcolm Kendrick: Why Cholesterol Levels Have No Effect on Cardiovascular Disease (And Things to Think about Instead) and A Statin Nation: Damaging Millions in a Brave New Post-health World. [00:39:26] CAC scan: Find a scan centre near you; Widowmaker movie; Irish Heart Disease Awareness website. [00:43:02] Items that can be forecast by bloodsmart.ai, with their sensitivity and specificity. [00:43:45] PhenoAge (example); Podcast; How to Measure Your Biological Age. [00:44:17] Optimal vs Standard reference ranges. [00:48:41] Testing: the future. [00:50:02] Recent bloodsmart.ai software updates. [00:50:32] Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 9/24/20 press release: Recommendations About the Use of Dental Amalgam in Certain High-Risk Populations: FDA Safety Communication. [00:51:43] Take the 7-minute analysis. [00:54:48] Email us with your ideas for bloodsmart.ai. [00:55:24] Book a free 15-minute starter session.
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