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Jordan Jay Adams

Join Emmy Award Winning Television Host Jordan Jay Adams as he visits with the best nutrionists, health influencers, elite mind set coaches, affluent lifestyle experts, successful business owners, and shredded bio-hackers. United Fight Alliance leverages its television background to secure only the best interviews. Conversations with world class experts that will help us improve our health, spirits, athletic performance, mind-set and finances. In the end, we are all fighting for our lives. UFA provides the information we all need to do just that. United Fight Alliance - United, We Fight read less
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Voted World’s #1 Transformational Coach...Twice!!     Kris Gethin
Oct 1 2023
Voted World’s #1 Transformational Coach...Twice!! Kris Gethin
Thanks to our Sponsors - Use Promo Code "UFA" for huge discounts!   Viome https://www.viome.com/    NuCalm https://www.nucalm.com/    2:22 how he got into bodybuilding 3:35 his focus on transformation  4:05 longevity and health span  5:10 discipline over motivation  6:50 how he maintains his vision  8:10 life balance  9:10 supplements are only 3 to 5% getting you there 11:25 what does an average day look like for him nutritionally  14:30 the dynamic tension between being anabolic and achieving etophogy  you can have fructose are oil but not both together 21:30 continuous glucose monitor 25:30 most of the longevity experts are saying less calories to live longer. However, building muscle is anti-aging and it takes more calories to build muscle. Kris talks about this paradox 28:00 avoid the hospital at all costs! If you do have to go, don't let them give you a walker or a wheelchair or a crutch. Limp out of there if you have to but use those legs. Allowing them to handicap you can be the beginning of the end 29:15 Krises legs 30:04 try to find a bunch of uncomfortable things to do every day 32:35 his training program 34:10 Sarcoplaic Hypotrophy   http://www.KrisGethin.com     Kris Gethin is an internationally renowned trainer,, CEO of a hugely popular supplements brand called KAGED MUSCLE - former Editor-in-Chief of bodybuilding.com, and the Executive editor of digital muscle…He’s been voted the worlds #1 trainer twice and has been hired to coach some of the most celebrated names in Bollywood - including Rithik Roshan, John Abraham and Mahesh Babu for upcoming movies.  He is the Director of Trainers for Physique Global He’s the co-founder of the gym franchise - Kris Gethin Gyms.. and is the author of many books including the best-seller "Body by Design," "The Adventures of KAGED MUSCLE," and "The Transformer" which was released in January 2016.  He has transformed millions of physiques through his  popular video series shown on Bodybuilding.com, including 12-Week Muscle-Building Trainer and the intense 4Weeks2Shred program. Kris thanks for being with us. Theres so much background with you I didn’t know what to leave out or in……Did I hit it all – or is there anything you want to add to your Background? Beginning…You are absolutely jacked.. How and why did you get into body building?  (a motocross accident left him with a serious back injury as a teenager) personal challenges built an impressive name for yourself as the "go to" man in the world of transformations.  Not just physical and CEO of the supplement brand KAGED MUSCLE which ships worldwide and is one of the highest rated and reviewed supplement companies in the world. How do you stand on macros? Keto? Paleo? Vegan? Carnivore?  Kris is the founder of the DTP training method Dramatic Transformation Principle program. This involves numerous high and low rep exercises to activate both fast and slow twitch fibers. Couldn’t go up or down stairs…had trouble getting into your car  (leg day) What is the importance of intensity in Training? Bollywood – Rithik Roshan, John Abraham and Mahesh Babu difference between here and there? How do you get people over the threshold to where it feels good to work out  When you are at your best you are like a what    metaphor  (bruce lee like water) What is a day for you 6’1” 168 mass equals gas until 185  throws 86-88  wants to throw 92
Skinny and Pasta in the Same Sentence!!??
Sep 29 2023
Skinny and Pasta in the Same Sentence!!??
Thanks to our Sponsors - Use Promo Code "UFA" for huge discounts! Viome https://www.viome.com/ NuCalm https://www.nucalm.com/ Bryan Guadagno is a data-driven Senior Executive and Consultant with more than 10 years of success across the financial services, hedge fund, management consulting, and wealth management industries. Leveraging extensive experience in financial leadership for client centric organizations, he specializes in startup to established, small-scale to mid-cap companies requiring expert assistance with corporate structure, growth strategy, business planning, operational strategy, and capital raising. His areas of expertise include financial analysis, financial management, financial structuring, business development, project management, underwriting, franchising investment, consumer goods investment, alternative investments, and distressed transactions. Welcome to the show. With all this financial background, how did you end up in pasta!!?? What is skinny pasta What is konjac? 9 calories-o net carbs- 10mg sodium – low glycemic no boiling ton of recipes importance of keeping the post meal glucose spike low performance institute dana white mma awards show Enjoy pasta re-imagined. Angel hair Spaghetti Fettucine Rice Business side of things Instagram address recipes Web address Facebook Bryan Guadagno CEO and Co-Founder of It’s Skinny Pasta 4:00 The actual substance of skinny pasta. What is it and why is it so effective? 4:45 Its naturally low carb 5:00 How close is it in taste to pasta 5:30 My gut issues, brain fog, glucose spikes, leaky gut 6:30 bryans esophogytitus 8:00 Mouth taping 9:00 Bryans reflux 10:26 Insoluable fiber feeding probiotics 12:54 Gary Brecka – 10X health 16:19 Chris Hemsworth Limitless 18:50 the series Free Solo Skinny Pasta https://skinnypasta.com/
Creatine Monohydrate 2X
Sep 27 2023
Creatine Monohydrate 2X
Thanks to our Sponsors: Viome. Take the guesswork out of which foods and supplements your body needs. https://www.viome.com/    Use promo code UFA or UFA110 for a discount up to 110 dollars off any order. And our guest https://www.cregaatine.com/   2X Creatine Monohydrate Sergej M. Ostojic MD, PhD, received his graduate medical degree (Doctor of Medicine) from the University of Belgrade School of Medicine in September 1996. He then pursued his postgraduate training in biomedical science, and obtained MSc in Medical Sciences (2001) and PhD in Medical Sciences (2003) at the University of Belgrade, with CME and postdoc education includes training in mitochondrial medicine (Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science), and nutrition, obesity and metabolism (Harvard Medical School and Harvard University T.H. Chan School of Public Health). He is currently working as Professor of Nutrition at the University of Agder, Professor of Biomedical Sciences at the University of Novi Sad, and Head of Applied Bioenergetics Lab (www.appliedbioenergetics.org), and Professor of Health Sciences at the University of Pécs. He has been appointed as Visiting Professor at the University of Zagreb (2009) and the University of Central Florida (2014-2015), and Erasmus Teaching Fellow at the University of Rome (2017). His current research follows two main themes: studying mitochondrial viability and targeted nutritional interventions to tackle impaired bioenergetics in health and disease, and analyzing population health metrics in chronic cardiometabolic diseases. To date, he has authored and co-authored over 300 peer-reviewed articles in multidisciplinary journals, including those with high impact factors such as The Lancet, Nature, The BMJ, Trends in Food Science and Technology, Trends in Endocrinology and Metabolism, Advances in Nutrition, Mayo Clinic Proceedings, Clinical Nutrition, Pharmacological Research, Nutrients, European Journal of Nutrition, Nutritional Neuroscience; 120+ invited lectures and conference abstracts; 13 book chapters, and 4 textbooks. He earned over 15,500 citations on his account so far, with H-index 35 (Scopus). He is a member of the American College of Physicians, the American Society for Nutrition, the International Society for Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism, Mitochondrial Medicine Society, and the Nutrition Society. Dr. Ostojic is also a member of international research networks in population health, including European Childhood Obesity Surveillance Initiative (World Health Organization), NCD Risk Factor Collaboration (Imperial College London), and Global Burden of Disease (University of Washington). He is Associate Editor of the scientific journals Clinical Nutrition ESPEN, Frontiers in Physiology and Research in Sports Medicine, Assistant Editor for Current Topics in Nutraceutical Research, Review Editor for Frontiers in Nutrition and Frontiers in Pharmacology, and Editorial Board Member for Nutrition, Nutritional Neuroscience, Food Science and Nutrition, and Journal of Functional Foods. He has been the recipient of internationally competitive research grants including the the European Commission, WADA Scientific Research Grant, and NSCA International Award, and many industrial endowments. He holds 8 patents and patent applications in the US, UK, EU, and Japan. 3:00 Dr. background 3:20 how creatine improves neurodegenerative disorders, metabolic disorders, chronic fatigue syndrome 3:50 how to give a boost to creatine story outside of the athlete field 4:09 in the past we've known how important creatine is to muscle growth but now we are discovering how critical it is to overall health 4:56 creatine very effective at supporting normal brain activity 5:30 next big thing in creatine research is how to deliver more of it to the brain 5:50 increasing creatine in the gray matter of the brain by 3.9 X! 5:57 increasing the creatine in the white matter of the brain by 1.9 X! 6:19 GAA mixed with creatine 7:25 effective for cardiovascular conditions 7:45 GAA can be delivered not just through the CT1 receptors like creatine but also through many different receptors as well 9:18 GAA has four ways to enter the cell 17:26 nootropic effects of combining GAA and creatine monohydrate 18:33 Cregaatine's effect on the big four killers: heart disease, dementia, cancer, diabetes 18:50 diabetes 19:20 dementia 20:30 cardiovascular conditions 21:10 cancer 21:50 the weird intersection of trying to starve cancer from insulin, glucose, glycogen and the anabolic state and yet needing to build muscle to regain health and vitality 25:06 The dementias 30:30 GAA combined with creatine monohydrate might be even more effective for women
Internationally acclaimed nutritionist Mary Ruddick
Sep 19 2023
Internationally acclaimed nutritionist Mary Ruddick
Mary Ruddick is an internationally acclaimed nutritionist currently based in Europe and Africa. • She's Co-Founder of Systems that Heal,, an online educational program for regulating autoimmunity and chronic disease. • Co-Founder of the Back to Joy Project, a GAPS diet inspired, online mental health boot camp, for regulating anxiety and depression through limbic system retraining and nutritional rebuilding of the nervous system. • Creator of wellness programs for Alliance Health Insurance. • She’s the REIGNS Method founder. • Instructor for Five Seasons Medical in Portola Valley, CA. • Director of Nutrition, recipe creator, and educational YouTube vlog creator for Captain Soup. • Certified GAPS Diet Practitioner and Instructor. • Food historian and world-wide diet researcher. 1:35 Mary's major health scare: brain infection, damaged hypothalamus, kidney disease, liver disease bedbound and severely ill for 12 years. Pots certainomia 3:15 The emotional challenges from that level of pain and isolation 4:35 In 12years of being bedbound it was the isolation 6:10 had to heal her mind first. Until her mind stopped resisting she didn't have the bandwidth to have a physical healing 7:20 It was time to die and her family had come to see her for the last time. She was 40 pound thinner then and she is already thin now.. 11:10 how humbling the disease was 11:40 the enlightened one runs toward the fire rather than away from it 13:42 Mary gets attacked by a lion 14:19 charged by hippos charged by rhinos 14:40 the cold Wim Hof 15:50 why the cold water is actually emotional 16:42 how getting in the cold water is not brave - it is selfish 19:10 Mary tried every supplement, method, diet, every health modality and 17 nutritional protocols... 21:20 how she came to the Russian soup protocol and what it is Dr. Natasha Campbell McBride GAPS Diet 21:46 The Russian doctors are decades ahead of us in the micro biome 21:57 eliminating starches and particular types of sugars that feed bacterial overgrowth in the microbiome 22:05 rebuilding 70% of the nervous system 24:30 does gaps get it done for everyone? Regardless of genetics? Regardless of their particular micro biome? 25:20 Merry teaches 41 different protocols 27:30 my difficulties in keto adapting.. 28:31 we are mostly little buggies we're only 10% human! These bugs, our Microbiome, control our cravings, fungus totally taking over ants bodies, we have microbes that can control the way react, there's bugs that can give us schizophrenia, there's bugs that can make us violent, or not violent and also ones that tell us what to eat or not to eat, they want to have babies and they are a part of us. 30:00 what was Mary's fundamental pivot point from having to either except her death or saying "nu-uh" 32:20 ability to relax during the worst agony 33:05 she had plenty of time to work with 12 years being bedridden...she went into great detail visualizing her funeral 38:05 The critical importance of being able to not need any thing.. 40:30 keto adapting when you're metabolically damaged 42:05 you CAN gain weight on ketosis it all has to do with absorption 44:53 if you add a teaspoon of fat every day then after a while you can keto adapt without the bile issues 46:13 get on vegetables or get off vegetables!? 49:08 it's not the diversity that gives us the health. it's what bacteria is there 52:20 why is the "blue zone" argument not valid 55:25Ketosis protocol effective across the board with heart disease, cancer, diabetes and dementia 1:01:35 you want your cholesterol to be high. For example, your diabetes will not cure unless your cholesterol is high. If your cholesterol is low your diabetes will always get worse.. 1:02:28 what you don't want to be high is your triglycerides 1:03:32 there are two types of inflammation: chronic and emergent you want emergent - that's the immune system taking care of the infection. You don't want chronic - all disease is associated with chronic inflammation.. 1”04”05 when you have high triglycerides and high cholesterol, the cholesterol is there trying to lower triglycerides but not able to do it.. 1:06:06 what does Mary eat on an average day Captainssoup.com Enableyourhealing.com Backtojoyprogram.com Dysautonomia 1:18:05 captain soup 1:31:54 if carbs are missing up my kidneys and giving me fatty liver disease why do they feel so good when I eat them 1:36:50 Mary reduced her stage four kidney disease through ketosis
Medical Director of ePedigree and Third Party Tested, supplement company Xymogen. Dr. James Munro
Aug 16 2023
Medical Director of ePedigree and Third Party Tested, supplement company Xymogen. Dr. James Munro
Whole Scripts Director of Clinical Services and Xymogen Medical Director Dr. James Munro  Dr. Munro received his bachelor’s degree in biology from the University of Hawaii at Manoa and his doctorate in naturopathic medicine from the National University of Natural Medicine, a four-year, nationally accredited doctoral program in Portland, Ore. Prior to joining Whole Scripts, Dr. Munro worked at the prestigious Progressive Medical Center in Atlanta, Ga. While there, he used integrative medicine to treat patients who had a variety of chronic illnesses.   2:00 Differences between ND & MD 8:00 what zymogen is and why it's important to make sure your nutritional supplementation is pharmaceutical grade 10:45 the importance of independent, third party auditing  verification and certification 12:25 how Dr. Monro partnered with Xymogen  14:45 his favorite supplement: Opti Mag Neuro  23:00 what are the most important things a person should keep in mind when considering supplementation 27:25  five staples that are tough to get in the diet and should be considered for supplementation 29:00 the importance of and different forms of magnesium 37:45 the importance of coenzyme Q10 41:45 lab tests for your exact body indications - what nutrition is perfect for your exact chemistry, blood, microbiome 44:05 viome 46:40 most important antioxidants to decrease risk of cancer 53:00 sulfurophane 55:10 nebulizing glutathione 59:09 oxidents  1:00:40 inflammation isn't necessarily bad 1:03:10 heart disease 1:21:10 keto adaptation 1:22:10 1/3 of Americans are pre-diabetics  1:29:30 the scam of children's menus 1:42:50 DHA-EPA omega-3 1:53:20 the importance of D3 1:58:10 I explain how K2 works. Dr. Monro gives me the Italian kiss of approval, so I must have explained it correctly 2:02:25 probiotics and pre-biotics. 2:09:10 toughest strains of probiotics 2:12:05 why is the fructose from an apple not dangerous but fructose is dangerous? 2:13:30 how to learn more about Xymogen and get in touch with Dr. Munro 2:15:10 Dr. Monro's final thoughts about our health
Can this man’s Technology change your destiny? We visit with NuCalm Founder and CEO Jim Poole
Jun 23 2023
Can this man’s Technology change your destiny? We visit with NuCalm Founder and CEO Jim Poole
Neuroscience technology that used to be exclusive for the U.S. military, pilots, doctors, and professional athletes. The world's only patented technology, clinically proven to expedite recovery, improve sleep, and sharpen focus without drugs. Here is your NuCalm Super Affiliate promo code: UFA http://www.NuCalm.com This affiliate code is not case sensitive and will get anyone 15% off the first month of any NuCalm subscription, from Rescue for $14.99 to Mastermind for $3,495. http://www.NuCalm.com Solace Lifesciences is a neuroscience company that makes nucalm, ignite, deep sleep, focus and rescue. NuCalm,, the company's flagship product, is the the world's first and only patented technology clinically proven to lower stress and improve sleep quality without drugs. NuCalm naturally and safely creates deep relaxation within minutes with no side effects. By managing the stress response, NuCalm helps with muscle recovery, healing, focus, productivity, and emotional balance. NuCalm is profoundly improving the lives of people across five continents. Solace Lifesciences is focused on personalized evidence-based wellness and performance. 2:30 benefits of using NuCalm 7:45 All of the positive things that Nu Calm is doing blow the conscious level  10:45 Brain patterns 11:10 The humongous size of a NuCalm file 11:40 Nu Calm is its own category  12:55  The different brain state changes available on NuCalm including deep sleep, rescue, focus, power nap, ignite, flow state, new flow state.. 13:00 the brain operates in a frequency range of 41 Hz.. the frequency Hz of the earth... Slowest brain wave frequency is delta 0.5Hz to 4HzTheta healing zone 4Hz and 7Hz Body Clean Up - Mitochondria rejuvenate Alpha 8Hz-12Hz creativity, relax, being in the zone, meditationBeta 12-15 Hz sluggish 15 to 20 Hz learning zone20-25Hz stress fear anxiety depression and worry25-30Hz even higher levels of stress fear anxiety depression and worry30 to 38 Hz fight or flight or fight your out of your marbles amygdala - lizard brain39-41 GAMMA! Monk like meditation, militia Tatian of dopamine activation of senses, increase peripheral vision, olfactory, prepares you mentally and physically for high intensity, mistake free performance. So you can slay your day! It took us 32 years to map all five categories.19:45 what Jim does when he needs to crush the day   20:10  NuCalm's research at NASA and Harvard bears out that 20 minutes on NuCalm is equivalent to two hours of restorative sleep 20:40  Technology helps guide you into the theater and helps keep you there  21:00 Jim's total protocol  25:45 How and why rescue works so effectively 27:45 The amygdala versus the prefrontal cortex  30:10  Dealing with brain fog   31:50 Mindfulness 35:45 watching our own thoughts and adjusting our responses to stimulus 36:30 the autonomic nervous system and stress response versus rest response... 38:25 oxygenating the prefrontal cortex  41:05 NuCalm's partnerships with NHL and NBA 41:51 worked with over 56 professional sports teams including the Golden State Warriors, the Miami Dolphins, the Kansas City Chiefs, Chicago Blackhawks, the Washington Capitals, 58 UFC Fighter's US Open Tennis Championship, formula One, NASCAR, and at the last five Olympic games, special forces Navy Seals, Border Patrol, FBI, DOD, 44:20 NuCalm's partnership with Tony Robbins 47:05 the inventor of NuCalm Dr. Blake Holloway 50:05 even offenders are victims of their own ignorance 50:30 be the conductor rather than the conducted 53:10 how people can get in touch with Jim Poole How people can get in touch with Jim Poole Here is your NuCalm Super Affiliate promo code: UFA http://www.NuCalm.com This affiliate code is not case sensitive and will get anyone 15% off the first month of any NuCalm subscription, from Rescue for $14.99 to Mastermind for $3,495. http://www.NuCalm.com
Carnivore Nutrition Episode 3 with Dr. Christopher Stadtherr
Oct 11 2022
Carnivore Nutrition Episode 3 with Dr. Christopher Stadtherr
Dr. Christopher Stadtherr is a board-certified physician in Family Medicine and Obesity Medicine, with expertise in nutrition and metabolic health.  Following completion of medical school and residency at the University of Minnesota, he worked for 3 years in a full-spectrum family medicine clinic, including pediatrics, OB, and inpatient care before transitioning to full-time hospital medicine.  Dr. Stadtherr has been committed to improving the management of diabetes in the hospital setting, with success in reducing glucose levels and insulin requirements for patients, often achieving dramatic results even during short hospital stays.  While working as a hospitalist, he served as principal investigator on an inpatient study of the nutritional management of diabetes in the hospital setting and continues to closely follow nutritional research.  These efforts with nutrition and lifestyle modifications have renewed his enthusiasm for practicing medicine and continue to be rewarding by being able to help individuals reverse their diabetes, improve their metabolic health, and avoid the myriad complications that necessitate hospitalization. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Obesity Medicine and is a member of the Society of Metabolic Health Practitioners.  He is a contributing author for the popular low carbohydrate nutrition website, DietDoctor.com. Outside of medicine, he enjoys spending time with his wife and 2 daughters.  Some of his many interests include: music, strength training, traveling, outdoors, backpacking, water skiing, juggling, home improvement, and raising backyard chickens.  With concerns about the environment and animal welfare on the rise, many people are reconsidering their food choices. But which is better for the planet - a carnivorous or vegetarian diet? In this article, we explore the impact of both diets on the environment, including greenhouse gas emissions, land use, and water consumption. Discover the pros and cons of each approach, and learn how you can make a more sustainable food choice. Looking for tasty and satisfying carnivore diet recipes? From meatballs to burgers to roasted chicken, this collection of 20 recipes has you covered. Each dish is packed with protein and healthy fats, and is easy to prepare at home. Discover what defines a carnivore, their diet, and characteristics. Explore interesting facts and information on this fascinating group of animals. Discover what defines a carnivore, their diet, and characteristics. Explore interesting facts and information on this fascinating group of animals. Explore the top 10 types of carnivores from around the world. Learn about their unique characteristics, habitats, and behaviors. What's the difference between carnivores and herbivores? This article explores the anatomy, behavior, and diets of these two groups of animals. Learn about the advantages and disadvantages of each diet, and discover how different species have adapted to their food sources. From sharp teeth to speed and agility, carnivores have developed an impressive range of adaptations to help them catch and consume their prey. Discover the incredible strategies and tools that carnivores use to hunt and feed, and learn about the unique features that make them so successful. The carnivore diet is a high-fat, low-carb eating plan that's gaining popularity for its potential health benefits. But what does it involve, and is it right for you? In this article, we explore the basics of the carnivore diet, including what you can and can't eat, the potential benefits and drawbacks, and tips for getting started. The carnivore and keto diets are both low-carb, high-fat eating plans, but they have some key differences. This article explores the similarities and differences between the two diets, including their macronutrient ratios, food choices, and potential health benefits. Learn about the pros and cons of each approach, and discover which one might be best for your goals and lifestyle. Looking for tasty and satisfying carnivore diet recipes? From meatballs to burgers to roasted chicken, this collection of 20 recipes has you covered. Each dish is packed with protein and healthy fats, and is easy to prepare at home. With concerns about the environment and animal welfare on the rise, many people are reconsidering their food choices. But which is better for the planet - a carnivorous or vegetarian diet? In this article, we explore the impact of both diets on the environment, including greenhouse gas emissions, land use, and water consumption. Discover the pros and cons of each approach, and learn how you can make a more sustainable food choice. 2:50 Visceral fat 3:10 his old version of what a doctor was 3:50 his transition to hospital medicine 5:05 we’re not moving the needle on peoples health 5:30 His road to Damascus moment 7:35 Dr. Westman, Finney and Volek 8:50 how do I help my patients once they go home and back to their regular doctors 12:25 insurance based model of healthcare. The average patient physician face to face time is 10.3 minutes 15:25 it seems all the big killers are directly related to blood sugar and inflammation colon cancer, heart disease, dementia, diabetes 16:02 insulin resistance 16:50 high insulin turns off fat burning 18:30 all of these diseases are associated with high levels of insulin 18:55 why visceral fat is more dangerous than subcutaneous fat 21:05 why can an 800 pound person not have any heart disease 22:35 how much fat can you store before you begin to develop diabetes 23:30 fat in the liver drives insulin resistance 24:00 some physicians equate liver health with overall metabolic health 25:05 are you a hard-core carnivore with no fruit or veggies or are you a middle of the road Mediterranean guy? 29:10 my challenges including carbohydrate cravings at night and not wanting to lose any weight or energy 37:10 why he hates the term “keto” 39:25 does the body become catabolic when it is adapting from a sugar burner to a fat burner? 41:00 the more muscle you have the more you increase your odds of walking out of that hospital alive 44:15 how could fruit and vegetables possibly be bad for you! 47:50 How can there be so many prestigious MDs who say run away from red meat and how can there be so many prestigious MDs who say run toward red meat? How could it be so opposite and such heavy research confirming each side? 55:15 good testing versus bad testing, good science versus junk science 58:45 low-fat high plant-based versus high-fat low plant… 1:01:10 the famous zinc oyster study 1:02:10 anti-nutrients. You can sabotage your nutrition depending on how you combine your foods 1:06:10 Missing fiber? missing phyto nutrients? Missing vitamins? 1:07:10 any risks of colon cancer with the carnivore meat protocol 1:09:09 smoking increases polyps, Alcohol increases polyps, Obesity increases polyps, insulin resistance increases polyps, visceral fat increases polyps. Why are we not addressing the insulin resistance that affects 93% of the country 1:10:25 how long does it take to transition over to being a fat burner? 1:1540 how much weight did he lose on his strict carnivore protocol and how much of that was lean body mass versus fat 1:19:30 what about the micro biome? Don’t you want good guys? 1:21:00 Going from a high carb diet to a carnivore diet does not decrease the biodiversity of the micro biome same species will be there just in different concentrations 1:27:03 blue zones seem to have the best results for true health and longevity. Are there any blue zones that are carnivore? Http://www.dietdoctor.com
Carnivore MD and Neuro Surgeon Dr. Anthony Chafee
Oct 4 2022
Carnivore MD and Neuro Surgeon Dr. Anthony Chafee
Dr Anthony Chaffee, is a medical doctor and former professional rugby player who is giving a fresh lease on life to thousands of people around the World by professionally helping them shed weight and optimize health, without any medication, and helping to revitalize their lives and activity. An MD in medical science, Dr Chaffee has conducted years of thorough research and study on devising ways to treat ailments differently and naturally, through dietary methods, physical exercise, and other lifestyle changes with scientifically supported methods. Particularly known for his approach to treating “chronic diseases,” many of which Dr Chaffee contends occur due to lifestyle and diet, Dr Chaffee hosts the Podcast “The Plant Free MD”, with an associated Instagram page, where he covers many of these topics and their supporting evidence, along with interviews of prominent figures in the international community. His YouTube channel, Anthony Chaffee MD, reaches hundreds of patients and others suffering from different ailments,,, many of whom originated in their unhealthy dietary habits. Currently a Neurosurgical resident in Perth (Australia), Dr Chaffee also works in a private Functional Medicine practice treating obesity, and chronic disease patients in Perth and elsewhere through video consultations. He is credited with successfully reversing multiple illnesses and reducing or even eliminating the need for medications for many hundreds of people. The Carnivore Diet: Is it a Healthy Choice? Meta description: The carnivore diet has been gaining popularity in recent years, but is it a healthy choice? Learn about the pros and cons of this diet and whether it is right for you. Introduction: The carnivore diet is a way of eating that involves consuming only animal products, such as meat, fish, and dairy. While this may seem extreme, the diet has gained a following in recent years due to its purported health benefits. However, it is important to understand both the pros and cons of the carnivore diet before deciding whether it is the right choice for you. H2: The Pros of the Carnivore Diet H3: Weight Loss One of the main reasons people turn to the carnivore diet is for weight loss. This is because the diet eliminates many high-calorie processed foods and carbohydrates, which can lead to a calorie deficit and ultimately weight loss. H3: Improved Digestion Another benefit of the carnivore diet is improved digestion. Many people who follow the diet report a reduction in digestive issues such as bloating, gas, and constipation. This may be due to the elimination of hard-to-digest plant-based foods. H3: Increased Energy Some people report an increase in energy levels when following the carnivore diet. This may be due to the high levels of protein and fat in animal products, which provide sustained energy throughout the day. H2: The Cons of the Carnivore Diet H3: Nutrient Deficiencies One of the main concerns with the carnivore diet is the potential for nutrient deficiencies. While animal products are a good source of protein, they do not provide all the vitamins and minerals that the body needs. For example, the diet lacks fiber, vitamin C, and antioxidants. H3: High Cholesterol Another concern is the potential for high cholesterol levels. Animal products are high in cholesterol, and consuming large amounts of these foods may increase cholesterol levels, which can lead to heart disease and other health problems. H3: Environmental Impact Finally, the carnivore diet has an impact on the environment. Consuming large amounts of animal products can lead to increased greenhouse gas emissions and contribute to climate change. Additionally, the production of animal products can have a negative impact on animal welfare. H2: FAQs H3: Is the carnivore diet safe? While the carnivore diet can provide short-term weight loss and improved digestion, the long-term safety and sustainability of the diet are unclear. The diet is also not recommended for certain populations, such as pregnant women or people with certain medical conditions. H3: Can I eat any plant-based foods on the carnivore diet? No, the carnivore diet strictly prohibits the consumption of any plant-based foods. H3: How much meat should I eat on the carnivore diet? There is no set amount of meat that one should eat on the carnivore diet. However, it is important to choose high-quality, nutrient-dense sources of animal products. H2: Conclusion The carnivore diet has both pros and cons, and whether it is a healthy choice depends on individual factors such as health status and personal preferences. While it may lead to short-term weight loss and improved digestion, it is important to consider the potential for nutrient deficiencies, high cholesterol levels, and environmental impact. It is always best to consult a healthcare professional before making any significant changes to your diet. 4:00 Carnivore protocol background 5:55 why he became a specialist in neurosurgery 7:30 the inside of the brain! What it looks like and how it pulses! 9:20 they had to skin her from ear to ear 11:25 nutrition versus the physical manipulation of surgery.. are they two different spaces? Or do they converge? 12:40 eating carbs damages the mitochondria 13:50 plant toxins damage the mitochondria 14:10 if you have a healthy mitochondria you cannot get cancer 14:30 Otto Warburg showed that cancer cells use 400 times the amount of glucose than normal cells 14:50 what cancer is and how it starts 16:50 fasting ketones and preventing cancer 17:30 starving cancer 23:15 Heather from Columbus Indiana has a 4 part question: I am wondering how long it takes to ‘transition over’ [specifically our digestion]How to convince others that not eliminating daily is just fineWhat amount of daily water is the targetwhat seems to turn on peoples metabolism27:55 plants block the absorption of nutrients 30:15 people who eat vegetables have very dirty colons 30:35 are there any vitamins or minerals that are missing that you would need to supplement on the carnivore protocol 33:35 the best thing for our brains is brains 38:38 clean out the marbling and rebuild clean non-fatty muscle 39:20 carnivore flu 40:55 his background in cancer biology 42:40 protein does not kick you out of ketosis 49:00 Are there any transitional fats that you are OK with for instance: olive oil, avocado oil good fats 52:46 reduce your coronary calcium score by going on a high fat diet! 54:10 why is this information not being disseminated to us 54:30 Meredith from Foxboro wants to know if there are any Techniques techniques or nutrition tricks to help her with her late night carbohydrate and sugar cravings 59:37 for the people who initially don’t like eating meat 1:02:10 why is this information not being disseminated 1:05:05 gastroenterologists are not needed if we stop eating plants 1:07:15 As long as the triglycerides are low and the HDL is high, don’t worry about high LDL 1:07:35 It’s the high blood sugar that damages the body.. the glucose fuses to other cells 1:13:10 this seems to address the two Bigs cancer and heart disease how the heck do we not know about this 1:15:45 how do you gain muscle on the carnivore 1:29:10 poisons 1:30:06 cassava root has enough cyanide to kill you 1:30:50 does the cow neutralize the plant poisonous for us 1:32:45 infants are much more tuned in to what is poison and what isn’t poison 1:33:50 why he feels much better on beef 1:35:05 Jordan Peterson’s ailments and everything that was fixed 1:36:10 the ailments that it helped with me 1:38:40 sugar is a drug and needs to be regulated 1:42:35 Dr. Chafee’s opinion of ferments 1:43:45 the Mongols took over the world on horsemeat and fermented horse milk 1:45:40 fermenting is a great way to clean up the poisons 1:50:25 caveman did not get cavities 1:50:50 crooked teeth is nutritional 1:51:51 you’ll get the most out of your Microbiome when you’re on the carnivore diet 1:53:30 I spent 10 years taking the egg yolks out of my eggs! 1:54:30 sugar industry makes $1.2 trillion a year 1:54:40 We spend 2 trillion treating the results of that sugar consumption 1:56:40 if I go 100% carnivore will I still have that glycogen kick 1:57:10 a quick left turn talking about his position as a professional rugby player 2:00:33 The benefits of sprinting the difference between anaerobic and aerobic explosiveness 2:01:25 the benefits and importance of sprinting 2:02:30 wind sprints 2:02:55 being trained by the MMA beast Matt Hume 2:05:20 the cardio monster that was Matt Hume 2:07:40 I will have more glycogen in my liver and tissues if I carb load the night before…[ but I will run out of that glycogen. Dr. Chafee will never run out because he’s making his glycogen through fat burning 2:08:30 You have rocksolid glycogen when you’re getting it from fat. When you eat carbs you derail that steady process 2:11:10 he goes to the gym to metabolize fat to get energy to feel good 2:12:25 wind sprinting miles 2:16:15 concepts really protein, fat, carbs. The protein is a nonnegotiable always protein to rebuild - now where am I going to get my energy from fat or carbs? 2:18:53 his first professor who blew his mind 2:20:43 all of his contact information 2:22:10 His 30 day carnivore challenge 2:26:24 how the carnivore protocol addresses the different dementias 2:29:30 saturated fat protective against stroke 2:32:40 the brain exists on long chain fatty acids animal fat not plant fat 2:33:33 Alzheimer’s is just insulin resistance of the brain 2:35:00 ketogenic diet wakes up the brain 2:35:30 the fasting mimicking diet 2:35:40 Thousands of studies showing that ketogenic diet has huge benefits including for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s as a treatment regime is better efficacy than every medication trial ever for Alzheimers 2:37:40 Thomas Seyfried work at Yale with keto protocol and epilepsy 2:42:25 the only animals that get cancer and diabetes are cats and dogs because they’re eating all of our grain foods. Wild animals that eat the way they’re supposed to eat get no cancer and no heart disease 2:45:20 As a surgeon, in a way he’s working against his best financial interest 2:47:50 nothing he’d like better than for medicine to go back to the old ways before all of these chronic diseases 2:50:08 he would love it if people needed less surgeries!
Carnivore Nutrition Episode 1 with Dr. Robert Kiltz
Sep 21 2022
Carnivore Nutrition Episode 1 with Dr. Robert Kiltz
Dr. Robert Kiltz is a Diplomat of the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology… and is Fellowship trained and Board Certified in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility. A Graduate of the University of Southern California, he completed medical school at the University of California, Davis. After residency at the University of Colorado Health Science Center in Denver, he practiced at Kaiser Permanente in California followed by a fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at Harbor UCLA Medical Center. Prior to founding CNY Fertilty, Dr. Kiltz practiced reproductive endocrinology and infertility at the Alta Bates In Vitro Fertilization Program… while a clinical faculty member at the University of California San Francisco, annually ranked among the top two medical schools in America. A thought leader in the keto carnivore movement, Dr. Kiltz believes that an animal-based diet dramatically improves mental clarity, fertility, and health,… empowering people to live their best lives. In addition to his own media channels, Dr. Kiltz appears regularly on numerous popular blogs and social media outlets, and has shared his views as a speaker at TEDx. Raised in Los Angeles, and now a Central New Yorker by choice, Dr. Kiltz is a licensed pilot, frequently commuting in his Cirrus SR22T between CNY Fertility’s offices in Albany, Syracuse, Rochester, and Buffalo. he draws inspiration from his practices as an accomplished painter and potter. The carnivore diet is a controversial dietary approach that involves consuming only animal products while eliminating all plant-based foods. The diet has gained popularity in recent years, with some individuals claiming that it can provide numerous health benefits. In this article, we will examine the evidence supporting the carnivore diet's purported benefits and determine whether they are fact or fiction. What is the Carnivore Diet? The carnivore diet is a diet that consists of consuming only animal-based products, including meat, fish, eggs, and dairy products. The diet is highly restrictive, with no allowance for any plant-based foods, including fruits, vegetables, grains, and legumes. Proponents of the carnivore diet claim that it can improve health and provide numerous benefits, including weight loss, increased energy, and better mental clarity. However, these claims are not supported by scientific evidence. The Benefits of the Carnivore Diet Despite the lack of scientific evidence, many individuals claim to have experienced numerous benefits from following the carnivore diet. Some of these benefits include: Weight Loss One of the most common claims made by proponents of the carnivore diet is that it can lead to rapid weight loss. However, there is no scientific evidence to support this claim. In fact, some studies have shown that a high intake of red meat is associated with an increased risk of obesity and weight gain. Increased Energy Another claim made by proponents of the carnivore diet is that it can increase energy levels. However, there is no scientific evidence to support this claim. Improved Mental Clarity Proponents of the carnivore diet also claim that it can improve mental clarity and focus. However, there is no scientific evidence to support this claim. The Risks of the Carnivore Diet While proponents of the carnivore diet claim numerous benefits, there are also risks associated with this highly restrictive diet. These risks include: Nutritional Deficiencies By eliminating all plant-based foods, individuals following the carnivore diet may be at risk of nutrient deficiencies, including fiber, vitamins, and minerals. In addition, a high intake of red meat has been associated with an increased risk of certain types of cancer and heart disease. Digestive Issues Another risk of the carnivore diet is the potential for digestive issues. The lack of fiber and other plant-based foods can lead to constipation, bloating, and other digestive problems. Conclusion In conclusion, while the carnivore diet may provide some benefits, these claims are not supported by scientific evidence. The risks associated with this highly restrictive diet, including nutritional deficiencies and digestive issues, outweigh any potential benefits. We recommend that individuals seeking to improve their health follow a balanced, varied diet that includes a wide range of plant-based foods and animal products. 5 :00 Why Dr. Kiltz decided to specialize in infertility 7:10 educational background and medical practice background  8:10 carnivore literally solved more than 10 of his ailments 9:08 His sister Maryanne Suffered from diabetes since the age of 4 and she died at the age of 52. 9:16 best friend David Kilmore died same year at the age of 52 from lymphoma a “Healthy Doctor” UC Davis.. This began his journey in figuring out the “why” part of it. 9:40 knowing that meat solved all of his problems he dug deep and discovered that plants are mostly poisonous for humans. Plants are the predators and we are the prey. 10:24 it turns out fat suppresses inflammation 10:28 fat turns out to be the fuel for the mitochondria. Not sugar and not protein directly 11:51 when you eat plants you were getting toxins and chemicals 12:20 he gets up at 3 AM every day and he’s in his office by 4 AM to 4:30 AM and online by five 15:13 how carnivore addresses diabetes 16:37 what if everything we think we know about disease is wrong? 18:25 Diabetes, hypertension, cancer, Stroke, heart disease 18:50 the glycobiome 21:05 cancer 23:05 eating more cholesterol is not bad 25:24 the single most important thing for your body is fat 32:14 sugar and carbohydrate 33:20 the cause of bloating 33:36 how the glycobiome is damaged 34:50 one meal a day and full on carnivore 35:25 ALS, Parkinson’s, MS, dementia, depression, Alzheimer’s, anxiety All are chronic inflammatory disorders. All plant-based inflammation 36:00 caused by the top four: sugar, antigens, chemicals, fermentation 36:06 when you make alcohol in your gut and colon it’s circulates everywhere in your body and gives us brain fog Alzheimer’s it’s just type three diabetes 37:52 wear to learn more and get in touch with Dr. Kiltz 39:05 you want animal fat not vegetable oils 39:55 you must make fat 2/3 of your calories if you really want to reduce the inflammation 40:04 you must eat the fat to protect the glycobiome, to reduce the microbes, that are trying to kill you. 40:40 leaky gut 42:10 bowel movements 43:30 Bacon eggs butter beef 45: 25 how long does it take to keto adept 46:45 glycosylation 49:30. Eight or nine major physical health challenges that Jordan Peterson had and that he attributes carnivore to fixing 50:06 the health challenges that Dr. Kiltz had and what were fixed by carnivore 52:10 Dr. Kiltz’s exercise protocol 53:25 gaining muscle on the carnivore protocol 58:45 Is there any danger of colon cancer to eating red meat 1:00:30 plant medicine 1:01:30 reason for Covid deaths 1:03:50 Dr. Kiltz’s podcast and ways to get in touch with him doctorkiltz.com 1:05:50 ferments 1:06:50 meat is not the cause of cancer 1:09:00 what Dr. Kiltz eats on an average day 1:12:25 eating only to be able to do the work creativity eating shouldn’t be the focus 1:13:25 Dr. Salisbury Civil War Salisberry steak 1:15:40 exercise is dangerous! 1:18:22 too much heat friction and damage 1:21:30 tough adapters People who have tough time switching from Sugar burning to fat burning 1:23:05 carbohydrates are addictive 1:24:45 the book “the sugar code“ 1:25:14 Covid spiked protein covered by sugar 1:27:05 plants that kill 1:28:55 Carnivore fixes on his own body: arthritis, psoriasis, migraines, kidney stones, bowel bleeding, hemorrhoids, back aches, depression, anxiety, fear, worry, 1:30:05 are there any Cases where he feels plant medicine has helped mankind 1:33:08 poison plant research
Sten Stray-Gundersen - Blood Flow restriction Training
Jul 7 2022
Sten Stray-Gundersen - Blood Flow restriction Training
Sten Stray-Gundersen, is a leading Blood Flow Restriction expert. He has his MS and is a PhD candidate at the University of Texas - Austin, he’s a Published, BFR trainer and works at ROI High Performance Training, where he uses BFR for Strength and Conditioning, Endurance Training, and Recovery for his clients.  Sten also applies BFR in his work with Olympians and elite military personnel.   He has been a high level, top competitive champion athlete, in speed skating, cross country skiing, alpine running, an NCAA division one soccer player and a captain at Dartmouth as a starting freshman throughout his senior year. Blood flow restriction (BFR) is a training method that has gained significant attention in recent years. It involves restricting blood flow to a muscle group using a specialized cuff or band, allowing individuals to train with lighter weights while still achieving similar benefits to heavy weight training. In this article, we will provide a comprehensive guide on blood flow restriction training, including its benefits, how to use it, and potential risks. Benefits of Blood Flow Restriction Training BFR training has been shown to provide numerous benefits, including: Increased muscle strength: BFR training allows individuals to achieve similar strength gains to heavy weight training using lighter weights. Muscle hypertrophy: BFR training has been shown to increase muscle size and mass, particularly in type II muscle fibers. Improved endurance: BFR training can improve muscle endurance and aerobic capacity, allowing individuals to train for longer periods. Reduced risk of injury: BFR training can be a safer alternative to heavy weight training, reducing the risk of joint and ligament strain. How to Use Blood Flow Restriction Training To use BFR training, you will need a specialized cuff or band that can be wrapped around the top of a limb. The cuff or band should be tight enough to restrict blood flow but not so tight that it causes pain or discomfort. It is recommended to start with a lower pressure and gradually increase it as you become more comfortable. BFR training can be incorporated into your existing training routine by performing exercises such as squats, lunges, and bicep curls with the cuff or band in place. It is recommended to perform 3-4 sets of 15-30 reps with a lighter weight than you would typically use. Potential Risks of Blood Flow Restriction Training While BFR training is generally safe, there are potential risks to consider. These risks include: Skin irritation: The cuff or band may cause skin irritation, particularly if worn for extended periods. Nerve damage: If the cuff or band is too tight, it can compress nerves and cause damage. Blood clots: BFR training can increase the risk of blood clots, particularly in individuals with pre-existing medical conditions. Conclusion Blood flow restriction training is a highly effective training method that can provide numerous benefits for individuals looking to improve their strength, endurance, and overall fitness. While there are potential risks to consider, when used correctly, BFR training can be a safe and effective alternative to heavy weight training. We hope this article has provided you with a comprehensive guide on blood flow restriction training, and we look forward to helping you achieve your fitness goals. In other words, Sten is a beast! 1:38 what is blood flow restriction training? 3:31 what are the benefits of blood flow restriction training? 3:59 how does using lighter weights create the same or maybe even better results? 5:54 what stimulates muscle growth? 6:15 the basics of muscle growth 6:46 metabolic burn 7:26 muscle growth happens through neural mediated pathways 8:17 the three elements of strength training: endurance, strength, and aesthetics/size 9:12 do we want to break down the muscle, so it comes back bigger, better, stronger? 10:56 venous blood flow and the pump 13:13 is muscle damage good or bad? 15:30 how blood flow restriction is such a good methodology for someone who may be ill or is just getting back into resistance training 17:18 is this its own encompassing modality that is used for all fitness? Or is it just one of many effective modalities? 18:39 augmented positive hormonal changes that are otherwise very difficult to achieve with traditional training 21:11 the importance of pulsing 23:38 metabolic stress 24:10 what was it about blood flow restriction that lit him up? 28:41 results with elite level athletes and military personnel  29:35 heart rate variability 30:50 athletes demonstrate better heart rate variability when they participate in blood flow restriction training! 36:48 stress factors and training 37:50 dose dependent stressors 38:09 sauna stressors 39:10 stimulating adaptation 40:30 B Strong proprietary implementation of blood flow restriction training. 43:15 As long as we are inducing fatigue in something that normally wouldn’t be inducing of fatigue, we’re stimulating adaptation with blood flow restriction. 45:40 30 Reps! With blood flow restriction is a different kind of burn! 48:25 the differentiators and superior efficacy of the B-Strong bands 50:25 why does it feel better during a BFR rep than it does when you are resting? 54:54 the different kind of pump that you get with blood flow restriction 55:25 hard gainers 56:45 the importance of surplus calories and protein 1:02:27 does blood flow restriction training work synergistically with intermittent fasting?  1:06:45 Do we want to be anabolic, or do we want to be in the state of autophagy? 1:11:50 the power of intermittent fasting 1:15:30 B-Strong proprietary blood flow restriction training 1:17:10 where to go to find out more about B-Strong blood flow restriction training. B-Strong. training 1:18:20 B Strong bands demonstration 1:19:30 mmHg pressure 1:25:10 efficacious in osteopenia and osteoporosis? 1:28:10 blood flow restriction training and metabolic dysregulation and hormonal dysregulation 1:42:10 the 5 most important things people can do within the blood flow restriction training protocol 1:45:15 band specific protocols 1:47:05 one of the biggest applications for blood flow restriction training is for people who are physically restricted or physically challenged in some way. Perfect for people in “clinical populations” 1:48:05 verifications for people who have muscle wasting 1:51:20 outer space applications 1:55:05 Sten’s nutritional preferences 1:57:45 macro nutrients 2:00:25 blood flow restriction training from 32,000-foot view. Travel and wrap up!
Dr  Dayan Goodenow - Plasmalogens - Latest Science. Fix and Prevent our scariest, deadliest diseases
Dec 30 2021
Dr Dayan Goodenow - Plasmalogens - Latest Science. Fix and Prevent our scariest, deadliest diseases
About I believe that disease is predictable and that the leading cause of death is ignorance and inaction. My mission is to change the status quo, go beyond the diagnosis of disease, and advance precision preventative medicine into mainstream medical practice. Over the past 30 years, I have invented and developed advanced diagnostic and bioinformatic technologies, designed and manufactured novel and natural biochemical precursors, and identified a treasure trove of biochemical markers that predict numerous diseases including Alzheimer’s and dementia, Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis, stroke, autism, ALS, multiple system atrophy, various mental illnesses, and cancers. The study of Plasmalogens is vital in predicting several diseases. Plasmalogens are critical membrane components that help cells communicate with each other and function harmoniously. I have studied Plasmalogens since 2006, and research has expanded to show that Plasmalogens are the root cause of neurodegeneration that leads to Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and MS. My passion is to educate the world about the life-extending benefits possible when Plasmalogen health is harnessed. I have released over 50 scientific publications, with research on over 25 diseases and have over 30 Academic Collaborations worldwide. I have extensively patented my inventions including patents for Plasmalogen Compounds, Pharmaceutical Compositions, and treatment methods for age related diseases that are mediated by Plasmalogen Deficiencies. My focus, As the founder and CEO of Prodrome Sciences Inc., is to build a next-generation team of dedicated researchers and medical professionals who are determined to maximize longevity for millions of people around the world. Currently, I have over 10 clinical trials ongoing with over 8,000 people globally. These trials are focused on various aspects of aging and diseases such as various cancers, Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, Parkinson’s disease, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and depression. I have extensive experience compiling and training teams of professionals. I have built ISO certified, FDA compliant manufacturing facilities, CAP/CLIA certified laboratories, and advanced programs for researching the biochemical mechanisms and causes of human health disorders and developing diagnostic and treatment solutions for them. Plasmalogens are a type of phospholipid found in cell membranes, particularly in the brain, heart, and liver. They are unique in that they contain a vinyl ether bond in the sn-1 position of the glycerol backbone, whereas most phospholipids contain a ester bond in this position. Plasmalogens play important roles in cellular function, including maintaining membrane fluidity and stability, acting as precursors for signaling molecules, and serving as a source of energy for cells. They also have antioxidant properties, helping to protect cells against oxidative stress. Studies have shown that a decrease in plasmalogen levels is associated with several diseases, including Alzheimer's disease, cardiovascular disease, and nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. Researchers are exploring the potential of plasmalogen supplementation as a therapeutic strategy for these and other conditions. Despite their importance, the biosynthesis of plasmalogens is not well understood. Further research is needed to fully understand the role of plasmalogens in health and disease, and to develop effective strategies for restoring plasmalogen levels in individuals with plasmalogen deficiency. Understanding Plasmalogens: Key Components of Cell Membranes Plasmalogens are a type of phospholipid found in cell membranes, playing crucial roles in maintaining cellular function and protecting against oxidative stress. Despite their importance, the biosynthesis of plasmalogens is not well understood and further research is needed to fully comprehend their role in health and disease. What are Plasmalogens? Plasmalogens are unique phospholipids found in cell membranes, particularly in the brain, heart, and liver. Unlike most phospholipids, plasmalogens contain a vinyl ether bond in the sn-1 position of the glycerol backbone. The Importance of Plasmalogens Plasmalogens play several key roles in cellular function, including: Serving as a source of energy for cells Exhibiting antioxidant properties, protecting cells against oxidative stress Plasmalogens and Disease Studies have shown that a decrease in plasmalogen levels is associated with several diseases, including: Alzheimer's disease Cardiovascular disease Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. Plasmalogen deficiency and neuropathology in Alzheimer’s disease: Causation or coincidence? Alzheimer’s & Dementia TRCI 5: Doi 10.1016/j.trci.2019.08.003Relation of Serum Plasmalogens and APOE Genotype to Cognition and Dementia in Older Persons in a Cross-Sectional Study. Brain Sci 9: Doi 10.3390/brainsci9040092Metabolic dysfunctions in multiple sclerosis: implications as to causation, early detection, and treatment, a case control study. BMC neurology, 15, 154. doi:10.1186/s12883-015-0411-4Metabolic system alterations in pancreatic cancer patient serum: potential for early detection. BMC Cancer 13: 416 Doi 10.1186/1471-2407-13-416Circulating plasmalogen levels and Alzheimer Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive scores in Alzheimer patients. J Psychiatry Neurosci 35: 59-62Peripheral ethanolamine plasmalogen deficiency: a logical causative factor in Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. J Lipid Res 48: 2485-2498 Doi 10.1194/jlr.P700023-JLR200Pancreatic cancer serum biomarker PC-594: Diagnostic performance and comparison to CA19-9. World J Gastroenterol 21(21): 6604-6612Low-serum GTA-446 anti-inflammatory fatty acid levels as a new risk factor for colon cancer. Int J Cancer 132: 355-362 Doi 10.1002/ijc.27673Metabolic system alterations in pancreatic cancer patient serum: potential for early detection. BMC Cancer 2013, 13:416Human serum-derived hydroxy long-chain fatty acids exhibit anti-inflammatory and anti-proliferative activity. J Exp Clin Cancer Res 30: 59 Doi 10.1186/1756-9966-30-59Reduced levels of hydroxylated, polyunsaturated ultra long-chain fatty acids in the serum of colorectal cancer patients: implications for early screening and detection. BMC Med 8: 13 Doi 10.1186/1741-7015-8-13Reduction of novel circulating long-chain fatty acids in colorectal cancer patients is independent of tumor burden and correlates with age. BMC Gastroenterol 10: 140 Doi 10.1186/1471-230X-10-140Serum Metabolite Profiling for the Detection of Pancreatic Cancer: Results of a Large Independent Validation Study. Pancreas. 2016;45:1418-23.Metabolic system alterations in pancreatic cancer patient serum: potential for early detection. BMC Cancer. 2013;13:416. 2:00 What is a plasmalogen 6:00 White matter tracks 7:26 neuron to neuron signaling 9:06 plasmalogen precursors 9:51 Alzheimer’s and brain reserve capacities 10:22 bio chemical reserve capacity 13:30 having high plasma allergens is a 30 year life expectancy difference 18:00 autism 19:12 MS 20:38 concussions 21:33 omega-3‘s 21:50 omega 9’s 24:40 Why inflammation is a perfect storm and actually feeds upon itself 25:38 rather than trying to suppress the inflammation we want to pull the log out of the fire 29:13 concussions and CTEs 34:15 new advance magnetic resonance imaging called diffuser tensor imaging. Used to measure white matter integrity Now we can actually measure the water inside the copper wire and the water in the white matter sheath around it and the water outside of that 36:29 your brain never recovers from a concussion it just adapts 38:00 omega nine, and acetylcysteine, carnotine 39:09 in animal studies of brain degeneration, if we pre-treat them with plasmalogen precursors, we can’t actually cause brain damage 42:42 Amaloyd deposition in Alzheimer brains. Related to membrane structure and function 49:24 disease does not take your health away. Your health goes away and disease comes in 50:45 I actually painted a metaphorical analogy that he said he was going to steal! 52:44 function versus biomarkers or having “Tom Brady on the field” 53:50 functionality is the end all 55:00 plasmalogens and cancer 55:46 the Braca protein 58:20 exercise is bad for you. Recovering from exercise is great for you 1:00:30 the reason fasting is so insanely good for us 1: 11:03 What should we eat to help the plasma legend process 1:12:48 importance of membrane structure and 1:15:50 vision back to where it was when he was in his early 20s 1:17:59 the importance of the prodrome scan 1:23:06 his thoughts on intermittent fasting 1:25:02 Gerber sooth 1:26:00 lactobacillus rheuteri 1:31:24 peptides 1:31:35 Dr William Seeds 1:35:49 how a fighter can protect his or her brain before the battle 1:36:2038 APOE4 geno-type and amoloyd plaque 1:37:05 you can neutralize this genotype 1:45:14 Amaloid plaque is actually a biomarker of plasmalogen deficiency 1:45:28 if you have high plasmalogen levels you have low Amaloyd levels 1:45:34 Plasmalogens turn on the turn on Alpha secretase enzyme 1:46:18 HIGH PLASMALOGENS LEVELS NEUTRALIZE THE GENETIC RISK OF THE APOE4 GENOTYPE 1:51:02 neurofibrillary tangles 1:54:46 changing the bio markers without changing the cause Of the biomarker is done across our medical platform and has virtually no long-term clinical benefit 1:55:58 inflammation 2:04:33 his personal progression in medicine, why he dedicated his life to this and his philosophy 2:28:21 Prodrome Sciences
Runners High Author and Guardian and Vice Investigative Journalist Josiah Hesse
Dec 27 2021
Runners High Author and Guardian and Vice Investigative Journalist Josiah Hesse
A fun and fascinating exploration on the benefits of cannabis in running performance and enjoyment. Josiah Hesse is a freelance journalist in Denver, Colorado. He writes about politics, marijuana and evangelical culture and theology, and is a regular contributor to the Guardian and Vice. His work has appeared in Esquire, and he’s had bylines in Politico, High Times, and The Denver Post, He’s currently the senior editor of the Denver arts and literature magazine Suspect Press. What is Cannabis? Cannabis is a plant that is commonly used for its medicinal and recreational properties. It contains several chemical compounds, the most well-known being THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (cannabidiol). THC is the compound that produces the "high" associated with cannabis use, while CBD is known for its potential therapeutic benefits, such as reducing inflammation and pain. Using Cannabis for Exercise: Cannabis can be used in a variety of ways to enhance exercise performance. Some network error use it before a workout to reduce anxiety and improve focus, while others use it after a workout to help with muscle recovery and pain management. Cannabis can also be used to enhance the overall exercise experience, by providing a sense of relaxation and euphoria that can make exercise more enjoyable. Benefits of Using Cannabis for Exercise: Reduced Anxiety: For those who experience anxiety or stress during exercise, cannabis can help to calm the nerves and reduce anxiety, making it easier to focus on the workout. Improved Focus: Cannabis can also improve focus and concentration, helping individuals to maintain their attention and push through challenging workouts. Increased Recovery: Cannabis has been found to have anti-inflammatory properties, which can help to reduce muscle soreness and aid in recovery. Pain Management: Cannabis can also be used as a natural pain reliever, helping to alleviate exercise-related pain and discomfort. Drawbacks of Using Cannabis for Exercise: Impaired Coordination: Cannabis can impair coordination and balance, which can be dangerous when performing certain exercises or using heavy equipment. Impaired Perception: Cannabis can also impair perception, which can make it difficult to judge distance and depth perception. Legal Issues: Cannabis use is not legal in all areas, and can result in legal consequences for individuals who are caught using it. Overuse: Overuse of cannabis can lead to dependency and addiction, and can also have negative impacts on overall health and wellbeing. Using Cannabis Safely: If you choose to use cannabis as an exercise supplement, it is important to use it safely and responsibly. Here are some tips to keep in mind: Start Slow: Begin with a small dose of cannabis and gradually increase as needed. Choose the Right Strain: Different strains of cannabis have different effects, so it is important to choose the right strain for your needs. Stay Hydrated: Cannabis can cause dehydration, so be sure to drink plenty of water before, during, and after exercise. Avoid High-Impact Exercise: Avoid high-impact exercises that require coordination and balance, as cannabis can impair these functions. Conclusion: Using cannabis as an exercise supplement can be a beneficial and enjoyable experience, but it is important to use it safely and responsibly. By following these tips and using cannabis in moderation, you can reap the many benefits that it has to offer without putting yourself at risk. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned athlete, cannabis can provide an added boost to your workout routine and help you to achieve your fitness goals. mproving Performance Running high can enhance your running performance by: Improving cardiovascular function Building muscular endurance Increasing oxygen utilization efficiency Boosting speed and power Optimal Health Benefits In addition to improving performance, running high can bring numerous health benefits, including: Lowering risk of heart disease and stroke Improving insulin sensitivity Supporting weight loss and maintaining a healthy body composition Enhancing mental wellbeing and reducing stress Safety Considerations While running high can bring many benefits, it is important to approach it in a safe and controlled manner. Incorporating high intensity intervals into your routine should be done gradually and under the guidance of a professional. It is also crucial to listen to your body and rest as needed to avoid injury. Incorporating Running High into Your Routine To incorporate running high into your routine, start with shorter intervals and gradually build up over time. It can be helpful to incorporate strength training and stretching into your routine to support proper form and prevent injury. Incorporating running high into your routine can bring numerous benefits to both your performance and overall health. By approaching it gradually and under the guidance of a professional, you can maximize these benefits and achieve optimal results. 1:45 his thoughts on the Microdose Wonderland Psychedelic medicine conference 4:00 why he wrote runners high 6:38 Why did such a fascinating topic fall through the cracks? With such popularity why has there not been more coverage? 13:20 what is it chemically about the cannabis that makes you actually love running 16:51 we all have endogenous cannabinoid‘s already inside us! 21:27 It’s not endorphins that are getting you high when you exercise! 25:02 The importance of dispassionate observation 28:14 The default mode network 30:15 all of Josiah’s contact info 33:42 cannabis helps with the connective tissue 33:55 cannabis and pain alleviation 35:21 competition can be beautiful if it’s approached in the right way and cannabis helps facilitate that type of approach 38:39 cannabis and CTE’s 40:08 cannabis as a neuro protectant 47:01 David Goggins 50:33 Endogenous cannabinoids and receptors and what they regulate 51:14 The Endo cannabinoid system is Involved in nearly all human diseases 53:00 the myriad benefits of cannabis for our health 57:10 cannabis versus oxycodone 58:55 why would like to and anesthesia that is damaging to my brain when I can do cannabis for my pain which is actually also a Nuro protective 59:13 research on cannabis and improved cognition and focus 1:02:26 Josiah does not recommend trying new things when high 1:02:58 really good for when you’re already good at something in understanding the fundamentals then it is great for Focus 1:05:22 are there any protocols with cannabis that will help to make the transition from a glucose burner to a Keytone burner without the keto flu? 1:06:50 the science of making your own 1:07:40 the intersection of intermittent fasting and cannabis 1:09:40 anecdotal stories of body transformation physical transformation, spiritual transformation, emotional transformation, mental transformation 1:10:44 The Janessa Leah story. 1:11:19 Rick Simpson oil 1:14:00 the infamous carrot cake story 1:19:30 when Maureen Dowd went to Colorado and got way too high!
Psychedelic Insights with the CEO of Microdose Psychedelic Insights
Oct 25 2021
Psychedelic Insights with the CEO of Microdose Psychedelic Insights
A dynamic and socially-conscious entrepreneur, Patrick Moher uses creativity and a passion for human connectivity, to unite individuals across social and corporate spectrums. Evolving from a successful career in photography, to founder of Ethical Image and Goodwood Accessories, to partner at ACDANN, Patrick's focus, is helping companies achieve financial success, within an ethical and sustainable framework. Currently, CEO at Microdose Psychedelic Insights, he's developing the organization into the industry's premier media company. Mike Tyson-world famous boxer Daniel Carcillo- Flyers -blackhawks Riley Cote – Philadelphia Flyers Lamar Odom-lakers clippers Rick Doblin - Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS). Psychedelic Medicine: An Overview of the Therapeutic Benefits and Risks A look at the benefits and risks of psychedelic medicines, and explore the potential of these substances as a form of treatment for mental health disorders. What are Psychedelic Medicines? Psychedelic medicines are a group of psychoactive substances that have the ability to alter consciousness and perception. These substances have been used for thousands of years for spiritual, medicinal, and recreational purposes. The most commonly studied and used psychedelics in modern medicine include psilocybin (found in magic mushrooms), LSD (lysergic acid diethylamide), and MDMA (3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine). The Therapeutic Benefits of Psychedelic Medicines One of the main reasons that psychedelic medicines have garnered so much attention in recent years is their potential as a form of treatment for mental health disorders. Many clinical studies have shown that psychedelics have the ability to produce rapid and long-lasting reductions in symptoms of depression, anxiety, PTSD, and addiction. One of the key benefits of psychedelic medicines is their ability to promote neuroplasticity, or the brain's ability to change and adapt in response to new information and experiences. This neuroplasticity can help individuals who are struggling with mental health disorders to rewire their thinking patterns, leading to more positive outcomes and a greater ability to cope with symptoms. In addition, psychedelic medicines have been shown to have an anxiolytic effect, meaning that they can help to reduce feelings of anxiety and fear. This is particularly beneficial for individuals who suffer from anxiety disorders, as well as those with PTSD who experience high levels of anxiety and trauma-related thoughts. The Risks of Psychedelic Medicines While psychedelic medicines have shown promising results as a form of treatment for mental health disorders, it is important to understand that they come with risks. The most commonly reported side effects of psychedelics include feelings of anxiety, confusion, paranoia, and hallucinations. These side effects can be intense and overwhelming, and individuals who are already struggling with mental health conditions may experience exacerbation of symptoms. In addition, psychedelics can produce a range of physical side effects, including nausea, vomiting, and changes in heart rate and blood pressure. These physical effects can be particularly dangerous for individuals with pre-existing medical conditions, such as heart disease or high blood pressure. Conclusion In conclusion, psychedelic medicines have the potential to offer significant therapeutic benefits for individuals with mental health disorders. However, it is important to understand that these substances come with risks and should only be used under medical supervision. Further research is needed to fully understand the benefits and risks of psychedelic medicines, and to determine the best ways to incorporate them into mental health treatment plans. 2:68 background on microdose 3:15 what psychedelic medicine actually is 4:12 discussing various celebrities who are Coming out in droves and talking about psychedelics like Trevor Noah, Andrew Yang, Mark Messier and Will Smith. 4:57 DMT regenerating neural connections in the brain 5:30 Rick Doblin 6:30 CDC and Johns Hopkins alarming statistics on mental health 8:03 the incredible speed of growth of psychedelic medicine 9:52 how much longer will it take for psychedelics to be removed from schedule 4 status? 13:00 the concept of psychedelics cleaning and rebooting the brain 14:04 the concept of autonomy and cognitive liberty 18:45 the various ailments that are showing promise with psychedelic medicine 24:00 Patrick coaxes Jordans personal reasons for and experiences of the medicine.. 29:00 in a strange way it is the brain that is learning how to save it self but make no mistake it is a race to learn the mental pathways to recovery 35:30 detailed information about Patrick’s upcoming show in Miami called: Microdose Wonderland The Largest Psychedelic Medical Conference.... Ever.... http://www.microdose.buzz/wonderland/miami.com 43:30 Daniel Carcillo, retired NHL hockey player saving his brain with psychedelic medicine 44:40 Mike Tyson, Daniel Carcillo get second chances for their brains 45:15 Patrick and Jordan share their favorite quotes 46:47 Patrick’s other companies Goodwood Accessories and Ethical Image. Mike Tyson-world famous boxer Daniel Carcillo- Flyers -blackhawks Riley Cote – Philadelphia Flyers Lamar Odom-lakers clippers Rick Doblin - Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS).
Successful Entrepreneur and Protein Magnet Jay Robb
Oct 19 2021
Successful Entrepreneur and Protein Magnet Jay Robb
From 1980 to 2018, Jay Robb changed millions of lives with his protein powders, nutrition products, fitness clubs, weekly TV segments, radio show, best selling diet books, website and sold out seminars. After living in the San Diego area for most of his life, he hit the re-set by moving his business and family to North Palm Beach Florida for a new chapter and new adventure. He tells us about this in his new rock song, the GOP. He felt a new calling in South Florida so he returned to his peace and love, hippie roots of the 1960s and 1970s. He let his hair grow and dusted off his teal headband. He’s growing his sideburns, he’s writing, singing and producing rock songs  - the latest Album is titled hang loose. His new mission in life is all about peace and love and teaching people how to hang loose in an uptight world! It’s Jay Robb! The Benefits of High-Quality Protein Protein is an essential nutrient that plays a vital role in the human body. It is necessary for building and repairing tissues, producing enzymes and hormones, and maintaining a healthy immune system. High-quality protein sources are especially important for those looking to build muscle or lose weight. Understanding Protein Quality Not all proteins are created equal. Protein quality is determined by the number and types of amino acids present in the protein. Amino acids are the building blocks of protein, and there are nine essential amino acids that the body cannot produce on its own. Proteins that contain all nine essential amino acids are considered "complete" proteins, while those that lack one or more are "incomplete" proteins. Complete proteins are typically found in animal products, while incomplete proteins are found in plant-based sources. Jay Robb Protein Powder: A High-Quality Protein Source Jay Robb protein powder is a high-quality protein supplement that can help individuals meet their daily protein needs. This protein powder is made from whey protein, which is a complete protein source. Whey protein is quickly and easily absorbed by the body, making it an ideal protein source for post-workout recovery. It is also low in fat and carbohydrates, making it a great option for those looking to lose weight or maintain a healthy diet. Benefits of Jay Robb Protein Powder Muscle Building: Jay Robb protein powder contains all nine essential amino acids, making it an ideal protein source for building and repairing muscle tissue. Weight Loss: The low fat and carbohydrate content of Jay Robb protein powder make it an ideal protein source for those looking to lose weight. Improved Recovery: The quick absorption rate of whey protein makes Jay Robb protein powder an excellent option for post-workout recovery. Convenience: Jay Robb protein powder is a convenient and easy way to increase your daily protein intake. How to Use Jay Robb Protein Powder Jay Robb protein powder can be added to smoothies, shakes, or other recipes to increase their protein content. It can also be consumed on its own by mixing it with water or milk. Conclusion: A High-Quality Protein Powder In conclusion, Jay Robb protein powder is a high-quality protein supplement that can help individuals meet
Matthew Mitchell - Television Executive - Management Expert
Jul 2 2021
Matthew Mitchell - Television Executive - Management Expert
Matthew’s diverse career has spanned a number of industries. He spent ten years doing finance deals for large corporate clients with US Leasing and GE Capital. He made a career change in the early ‘90’s by going to work for Lucasfilm Ltd. in the Entertainment industry. He headed their electronic editing systems division and represented their proprietary technology to the major studios and production companies. Matthew later served as VP of Television sales for two top post-production facilities in Los Angeles, once again cultivating relationships with studio heads, and independent film companies. He spent several years in the Communications industry with Qwest Digital Media being one of the first to sell the ability to deliver content over the internet. At present, Matthew is a keynote speaker, an expert in negotiations, organizational savvy, and power messaging skills. He travels nationally, and internationally for his consulting work with many of the fortune 500. He has consulted and trained some of the biggest companies in the world. Current and former clients include: UPS, VMware, GE (multiple divisions), Exxon Mobil, Microsoft, ATT, Yahoo, Oracle, Cisco, HP, Intel, AMD, Aetna, Siemens, Owens Corning, Cardinal Health, Care Fusion, Autodesk, Caremark, Citigroup, Wells Fargo, Sprint, Abbott Labs, Wellpoint, United Healthcare, Ingenix, Optum Health, AMD, Hersheys, Neustar, Honeywell, and Applied Materials. invites people to cultivate and harvest the innate skills that lie within us all. He challenges companies to transform the fabric of their corporate culture by assisting people to extract meaning and value from the work they do. Utilizing higher principles, companies can increase individual productivity and overall corporate performance. The following are a few topics that Matthew addresses: From Prophet to Profit The Attitude of Excellence Enhance Performance: Transforming Toxic Work Environments Cultivate Meaning from The Work We Do Tools to overcome adversity Serve corporate and personal vision without selling out. The following are a few topics that Matthew addresses: From Prophet to Profit The Attitude of Excellence Enhance Performance: Transforming Toxic Work Environments Cultivate Meaning from The Work We Do Tools to overcome adversity Serve corporate and personal vision without selling out Transformational Coaching: A Guide to Personal Growth and Development Transformational coaching is a unique approach to personal development that focuses on helping individuals identify their purpose, develop their full potential, and create a fulfilling life. The goal of transformational coaching is to assist individuals in finding their inner strengths and abilities, and then helping them to apply those strengths to achieve their personal and professional goals. What is Transformational Coaching? Transformational coaching is a type of coaching that aims to help individuals achieve lasting change and growth in their lives. The focus of transformational coaching is on personal transformation, rather than simply helping individuals to achieve short-term goals. The coaching process is designed to help individuals identify their unique strengths, passions, and values, and then to develop a plan for using those strengths to create a fulfilling and meaningful life. The Benefits of Transformational Coaching There are many benefits to transformational coaching, including increased self-awareness, greater clarity about one's life purpose and goals, improved relationships, and increased personal and professional fulfillment. Transformational coaching can also help individuals to overcome obstacles, increase their confidence and motivation, and develop new skills and abilities. Additionally, transformational coaching can provide a supportive and encouraging environment in which individuals can explore their inner selves and find their own path to personal growth and development. The Transformational Coaching Process The transformational coaching process typically begins with a thorough assessment of the individual's current life situation, including their strengths, weaknesses, values, and aspirations. This information is used to develop a customized coaching plan that is tailored to the individual's unique needs and goals. The coaching process often includes a combination of one-on-one sessions, group sessions, and exercises and activities that are designed to help individuals develop new skills and perspectives. Throughout the coaching process, the coach will provide guidance, support, and feedback to help the individual stay on track and achieve their desired outcomes. Techniques Used in Transformational Coaching Transformational coaching may incorporate a variety of techniques and approaches, including cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness, and positive psychology. The coach may also use tools such as journaling, visualization, and meditation to help the individual gain greater insight into their inner selves.
Martial Arts Expert, Author and Historian Derek Galanis' new book Warrior of the Light
May 28 2021
Martial Arts Expert, Author and Historian Derek Galanis' new book Warrior of the Light
1:54 Derek’s background and how he became a martial arts historian 3:03 What makes a great trainer 5:03 Derek is not a fan of Teddy Atlas 8:32 In between rounds is not a time for Anthony Robbins quotes or histrionics. It is time for technique adjustment. 9:18 The time he roomed with a Bonanno family associate 10:30 Evander Holyfield is a much better fighter than Mike Tyson 15:40 what makes a good prospect 17:43 what it was like coming over to be a boxer after being a lifelong practitioner of karate 23:10 the importance of making in between round adjustments 24:45 Why large muscle mass isn’t necessarily a good thing 27:45 the day Rick Roufus had his butt kicked by a small Muay Thai fighter 33:05 performance-enhancing drugs in martial arts 40:45 Dana White is worth half 1 billion...what is the name of the game for him now 43:40 how martial arts keeps kids out of jail 46:05 Royce Gracies initial submissions in the early UFC’s were actually very amateurish and rudimentary...he would get yelled at by today’s trainers 47:50 Pankration 50:50 McDojo’s exposed 56:25 the time he lived next-door to Vince McMahon of WWE 1:00:55 Sparring Joey Beltran 1:02:05 Derek is a Gambino crime family associate 1:02:30 Derek used to beat up Joey Beltran and calls him out for a BKFC bare knuckle fight 1:06:35 how Derek is using his mistakes to make sure kids don’t make the same mistakes SHOW LESS
Health, Fitness and Medical Procedure Expert Sanjay Raja on Vegetarianism or Paleo
May 3 2021
Health, Fitness and Medical Procedure Expert Sanjay Raja on Vegetarianism or Paleo
Sanjay Raja has a very unique perspective on fitness and nutrition as his experience is in the field of medicine and as an athlete and MMA fighter. Sanjay has over 10 years of experience working as a consultant with physicians and surgeons to help treat various disease states and educate surgeons on new surgical techniques. He works with Plastic surgeons, orthopedic, trauma, general, and other specialties of surgery. Most importantly, he got himself well through nutrition and extensive weight loss. Introduction: Nutrition is a crucial aspect of our lives, yet it's often overlooked. What we eat has a profound impact on our health and well-being, and it's important to understand the role of nutrition in maintaining a healthy lifestyle. From macronutrients to micronutrients, there are many aspects of nutrition that can affect our health. In this guide, we'll explore the basics of nutrition and provide you with the tools you need to make informed decisions about your diet. What is Nutrition? Nutrition refers to the process of consuming and utilizing food to maintain good health. It involves the consumption of a balanced diet that provides our bodies with the necessary nutrients and energy needed to perform essential functions and prevent disease. Nutrition is essential for good health, and it's essential to pay attention to what you're eating and make informed decisions about your diet. Macronutrients: The Building Blocks of a Balanced Diet Macronutrients, such as carbohydrates, proteins, and fats, are the building blocks of a healthy diet. Each macronutrient plays a unique role in maintaining good health, and it's essential to consume a balance of all three to ensure proper nutrition. Carbohydrates: They provide the body with energy and are found in foods such as bread, pasta, fruits, and vegetables. Proteins: They are the building blocks of our muscles and are found in foods such as meat, fish, eggs, and dairy products. Fats: They provide the body with energy and help to absorb certain vitamins. Fats are found in foods such as nuts, seeds, and oils. Micronutrients: The Key to Optimal Health Micronutrients, such as vitamins and minerals, are essential for good health. They help to maintain healthy bones, skin, and hair and support proper immune function. Some of the most important micronutrients include vitamin C, iron, and calcium. Making the Right Food Choices Making informed decisions about your diet can help to ensure that you're getting the right nutrients for optimal health. When selecting foods, it's important to choose nutrient-dense options, such as fresh fruits and vegetables, lean proteins, and whole grains. The Impact of Nutrition on Chronic Diseases Good nutrition is essential in preventing chronic diseases, such as heart disease, diabetes, and obesity. Consuming a balanced diet and making informed food choices can help to reduce the risk of these diseases and improve overall health. FAQs on Nutrition What is the difference between macronutrients and micronutrients? Macronutrients are the building blocks of a healthy diet, such as carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. Micronutrients, such as vitamins and minerals, are essential for good health and support proper immune function. What are some nutrient-dense food options? Nutrient-dense food options include fresh fruits and vegetables, lean proteins, and whole grains. Conclusion: In conclusion, nutrition plays a critical role in maintaining good health and preventing chronic diseases. From macronutrients to micronutrients, it's essential to 1:05 Why Sanjay left vegetarianism  3:15 more and more Indians are eating meat 3:55 his dad, a hard-core vegetarian started eating meat at 55 years old 6:00 sustainable farming practices 7:58 the science of eating food in it’s whole form 11:35 we lost some thing when we removed ourselves from our food sources 15:45 vegetarianism can work for some people but they tend to taking too much processed flour and sugar 18:05 whole protein foods 18:55 functional fitness 20:55 the fundamental mental switch that he made about nutrition and exercise 22:05 30% exercise, 10% sleep, 60% diet 25:25 the importance of varying our nutritional protocols 31:30 the mental aspect of food. Discerning how people feel on different foods 32:40 in certain cultures food is how you show love 33: 25 Indian food is delicious but you have to be careful because it has a ton of the bad oil combined with simple carbs and sugars 33:50 the cultural aspect of food is so important the emotional attachment the food is more important to address and just the physiological need because the mind controls the body if the mind says yes the body is going to come in line. 34:50 the poison of sugar
2003 Ms. International, 2009 IFBB New York Women’s Pro, 2010 IFBB Women’s Pro and Life Style Fitness Guru CATHY LEFRANCOIS
Mar 8 2021
2003 Ms. International, 2009 IFBB New York Women’s Pro, 2010 IFBB Women’s Pro and Life Style Fitness Guru CATHY LEFRANCOIS
:42 Tell us about yourself and how you got into body  building 8:00 You have won: 2003 Ms. International - 1st (LW)  2008 New York Pro - 1st 2009 IFBB New York Womens Pro - 1st        2010 IFBB New York Pro Bodybuilding - 1st 9:49 That is amazing what was the secret to winning so many contests? 12:47 What are the essentials of nutrition that we should all know about? 15:47 Top 3 things to do to increase lean body mass to fat ratio 18:43 Dairy 21:13 Average day what do you eat 23:25 Paleo 29:30 The science of excercise physiology (are you a short burster or marathoner type of excerciser?) Exercise routine? 31:55 On Facebook LIFE STYLE FITNESS GURU what constitutes a good lifestyle? 35:46 The dangers of food engineering 37:35 Big Pharma 38:48 Breaking sugar addiction 45:25 Losing weight the healthy way 46:15 Calorie restriction. A disaster in the making? 48:56 Cathy consulting 52:58 Fat on the face but not on the belly 55:50 CathyLeFrancois.com ProPowerCat.com The Ultimate Guide to Building Muscle: A Comprehensive Approach Building muscle is a goal that many people strive for, but few truly understand. There are countless myths and misconceptions surrounding the topic, which can make it difficult to determine what the best approach is. The good news is that with the right knowledge and discipline, building muscle can be a straightforward and achievable goal. Understanding Muscle Anatomy and Physiology In order to build muscle, it is important to first understand how muscle tissue works. Muscles are made up of fibers that contract and relax, allowing for movement. These fibers are stimulated by nerve impulses and the release of chemicals called neurotransmitters. In order for muscle fibers to grow, they must be subjected to stress. This stress can come in the form of resistance training, such as weightlifting, or even bodyweight exercises like push-ups and squats. Developing a Workout Plan When developing a workout plan, it is important to consider your goals and current fitness level. If your goal is to build muscle, it is best to focus on compound exercises that work multiple muscle groups at once. Examples of these exercises include deadlifts, squats, and bench presses. It is also important to gradually increase the weight and difficulty of your workouts to continue challenging your muscles. Proper Nutrition Nutrition plays a critical role in building muscle. In order to grow, your muscles need a constant supply of nutrients, including protein, carbohydrates, and healthy fats. It is recommended to consume at least 1 gram of protein per pound of body weight each day, as well as a balanced diet of carbohydrates and healthy fats. Additionally, staying hydrated is crucial for muscle recovery and growth. Getting Enough Sleep Sleep is essential for muscle recovery and growth. During sleep, your body is able to repair damaged muscle fibers and produce growth hormone, which is necessary for muscle growth. Aim for at least 7-8 hours of quality sleep each night to ensure your muscles have enough time to recover. Consistency is Key Building muscle takes time and dedication. It is important to stick with your workout and nutrition plan consistently, even when progress may seem slow. Remember that building muscle is a marathon, not a sprint, and consistent effort will pay off in the long run. Diagram: Muscle Growth Process graph LR A[Workout Stress on muscle fibers Muscle repair & growth] In conclusion, building muscle requires a combination of proper nutrition, consistent exercise, and adequate sleep. By following these guidelines and sticking with your plan, you can achieve your muscle building goals and take control of your physique.