Intermittent Fasting

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Intelligent Medicine Radio for July 16, Part 1: Could fasting be the key to curbing Covid severity?
July 18, 2022
FDA and AMA seek to address physician knowledge gap on supplements—with a course filled with anti-supplement propaganda! Who are the biggest congressional recipients of pharmaceutical dollars? New study highlights unhealthy lifestyle behaviors as driver of Covid hospitalizations, deaths; Could fasting be the key to curbing Covid severity? Research refutes belief that exercise accelerates knee arthritis. Click HERE for part 2. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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Intelligent Medicine Radio for July 9, Part 1: Natural Help for Migraines
July 11, 2022
Covid surges as vaccination protection wanes, virus mutates to evade antivirals; The debate over vaccines for toddlers; Only 7% of adults have good cardio metabolic health; When you eat has an impact on your gut health; Delays in availability of monkeypox vaccines undermines confidence in public health response; Natural help for migraines. Click HERE for part 2. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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ENCORE: The Benefits—and Limitations—of Intermittent Fasting, Part 1
July 6, 2022
In recognition of my collaboration on a review article, "Recommending Intermittent Fasting," in the "Natural Medicine Journal" with its publisher, Karolyn Gazella, I invited her on to share our research on the benefits—and limitations—of intermittent fasting, and specifically time restricted feeding (TRF). Reducing your eating window to just 8 or 10 hours a day may aid weight loss, but it does so much more: TRF has been demonstrated to reboot metabolism, provide some of the benefits of a keto diet, promote autophagy and cellular resilience, with disease-fighting and anti-aging potential. We discuss its application to metabolic syndrome and diabetes, cognitive enhancement, as an adjunct to cancer therapy, for cardiovascular prevention, as well as for inflammatory disorders. How best to implement TRF; when TRF might not be suitable; why exercise + TRF might be synergistic. Click HERE for part 2.



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ENCORE: The Benefits—and Limitations—of Intermittent Fasting, Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with "Natural Medicine Journal" publisher, Karolyn Gazella. Click HERE for part 1.



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Intelligent Medicine Radio for July 2, Part 2: Susceptibility to Cognitive Decline
July 4, 2022
DIM for breast cancer; Diet after rectal surgery; Adverse effects of Reclast; Fit kids stay mentally sharp later in life; Pollution a major risk factor for multiple chronic diseases; Female athletes can avert knee injury with better sports bras; Midlife handgrip strength predicts susceptibility to cognitive decline; Study will examine effects of amino acid cocktail on Long Covid; Intermittent fasting can help regenerate damaged nerves; Depleted microbiome hikes congestive heart failure risk. Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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ENCORE: How Diet Impacts Psychiatric Conditions, Part 1
June 1, 2022
Nutritional psychiatry with Dr. Georgia Ede. Dr. Ede is a Harvard-trained, board-certified psychiatrist who emphasizes diet in her treatment of mental conditions. She is a frequent contributor to Psychology Today, and we discuss her recent article there highlighting the role of nutrition in curbing the risk of severe Covid. She describes how healthy diet impacts psychiatric conditions through three main mechanisms: inflammation, oxidative stress, and blood sugar dysregulation. Ups and downs of glucose affect mood, and insulin resistance deprives brain cells of fuel. She advocates a low-carb diet, even keto, to address certain psychiatric conditions. At the very least, intermittent fasting helps the brain achieve a needed “reset”. She’s not a fan of exclusively vegan diets, and critiques the EAT-Lancet report which calls for minimizing animal protein. She discusses recent research linking food additives and diet to attention deficit disorder. Dr. Ede offers a keto course for clinicians at her informative website diagnosisdiet.com. Click HERE for part 2.



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Q&A with Leyla, Part 2: Time Restricted Eating
May 5, 2022
Is there anything you can suggest to people with MGUS to proactively keep multiple myeloma at bay?; Would you please comment on the recent study that showed no benefits to time-restricted eating?; Our 12-year-old grandson has Sever's disease. Any supplements you would recommend for him? Click HERE for part 1.



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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for October 2, Part 2
October 4, 2021
Do vaccines after Covid and monoclonal antibody treatment run risk of bad reactions? Antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE)--is it a risk with multiple boosters that are being proposed? New studies confirm full-fat dairy does not worsen cardiovascular risk; Fully one-third of Covid survivors experience Long Covid symptoms; DHEA improves women's sex drives and boosts efficacy of IVF for infertility; Juice avoidance curbs childhood overweight; Oral contraceptives prior to pregnancy hike risk for childhood allergies; Moms' intake of Omega 3s increases volume of grey and white matter in offspring; Breastfeeding reduces kids' risk for allergies, obesity; Did people drive crazier during lockdowns? Same amount of food consumed during shorter intervals (intermittent fasting) results in better metabolism, reduced weight, compared to extended eating hours; Anti-inflammatory diet checks asthma symptoms. Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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Leyla Weighs In: Reducing Your Risk for Alzheimer’s and Hypertension
August 20, 2021
One year of aerobic exercise training may reduce risk of Alzheimer's in older adults; Time-restricted eating may reduce diabetes-related hypertension.



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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for May 8, Part 2
May 10, 2021
The paradox of clean coronaries, but blocked carotids; Zoom dysmorphia enriches cosmetic surgeon; A cup of green leafies keeps the cardiologist away; Avocados boost brain power; Soon we may lose access to compounded bio-identical hormone replacement therapies; The surprising reason fasting is so helpful for blood pressure. Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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