Intermittent Fasting

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ENCORE: Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for December 26, Part 1
December 28, 2020
The medical establishment still can’t get diet for diabetes right; Why do cardiologists still tell patients to avoid cheese? When you eat as important as what you eat in managing diabetes; Losing just a few pounds can lower your risk of progressing to diabetes by nearly 50%; Chemicals in your home can cause diabetes; The low-FODMAP diet for IBS; Muscle relaxants plus NSAIDs—the “standard of care” for back pain—no better than placebo, study says; Calf muscle circumference a good predictor of health outcomes. Click HERE for part 2. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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Q&A with Leyla, Part 1: Obesity and COVID-19 Risk
November 18, 2020
Study: Link between obesity and Covid-19 risk; My SIBO symptoms returned 2 months after taking botanical therapies. Could that be due to the changes in intestinal flora?; Can SIBO be caused by a malfunction of the Migratory Motor Complex?; Am I breaking my Intermittent Fasting by taking Synthroid every morning?; My wife is taking Strontium for osteoporosis. What else would you advise? Click HERE for part 2.



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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for November 14, Part 1
November 16, 2020
It’s Diabetes Awareness Month—and the medical establishment still can’t get diet for diabetes right; Why do cardiologists still tell patients to avoid cheese? When you eat as important as what you eat in managing diabetes; Losing just a few pounds can lower your risk of progressing to diabetes by nearly 50%; Chemicals in your home can cause diabetes; The low-FODMAP diet for IBS; Muscle relaxants plus NSAIDs—the “standard of care” for back pain—no better than placebo, study says; Calf muscle circumference a good predictor of health outcomes. Click HERE for part 2. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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ENCORE: Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for September 19, Part 1
September 21, 2020
2020 diet buzzwords: Intermittent Fasting (IF) and Time-Restricted Feeding (TRF); Americans eat non-stop, consume 1/3 of calories as snacks, drink their calories; The “protein leverage hypothesis” may explain why you overeat; Hot chili peppers cut death risk; All those new hospital mergers don’t boost efficiency, patient satisfaction; Drugs hastily approved at year-end deadline more often withdrawn or given black box warnings; “Borderline creatinine”—does it matter? What to do for elusive abdominal pain? Click HERE for part 2. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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ENCORE: Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for August 1, Part 2
August 3, 2020
World’s most influential medical leaders still receive enormous sums from BigPharma; Can too much Vitamin D cause cardiac arrhythmias? A caller who shed 65 pounds with the Mediterranean diet plus Time-Restricted Feeding; 24-year study of 90,000 individuals shows Extra Virgin olive oil curbs cardiovascular disease; Surveys reveal increasing numbers of Americans suffer anxiety and depression, and psych med prescriptions are soaring during pandemic shutdown; Alzheimer’s gene found to heighten susceptibility to adverse Covid-19 outcomes; Higher glycosylated hemoglobin (HgbA1c) predicts severity of coronavirus infection; Aged Garlic Extract—how much to take for cardiovascular prevention? Making physical activity a priority for kids during pandemic lockdown. Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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The Benefits—and Limitations—of Intermittent Fasting, Part 1
July 21, 2020
In recognition of my recent 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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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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Q&A with Leyla, Part 2: Intermittent Fasting
July 15, 2020
My cholesterol levels are far less than optimal. What can I do about it?; A family member has stage 4 colon cancer and is on chemotherapy. Is there a probiotic you recommend?; What are your thoughts on Intermittent Fasting for postmenopausal women? Is it effective? Click HERE for part 1.



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Q&A with Leyla, Part 2: Russian Peptides
January 23, 2020
My 70-year-old brother had a TURP operation a year ago. Is there a certain diet he should follow?; Do you have any thoughts on the Russian Peptides known as natural bioregulators?; Does taking my morning probiotic and nighttime glycine interrupt my Intermittent Fasting routine? Click HERE for part 1.



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Q&A with Leyla, Part 1: Intermittent Fasting
January 8, 2020
Books reviews and diet advice; Do you still recommend Propax with NT Factor?; I've had nail fungus on my big toe for a couple of years. Any recommendations?; Do I have to skip my morning coffee if I'm doing Intermittent Fasting? Will IF slow down my metabolism? Click HERE for part 2.



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