Paleo Diet

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Q&A with Leyla, Part 1: Oatmeal
August 7, 2019
Paleo diet may increase risk of cardiovascular disease?; With its relatively low glycemic index and its nutritional value, oatmeal should not be a concern for prediabetics or diabetics. What are your thoughts? Click HERE for part 2.



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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for June 15, Part 1
June 17, 2019
Paleolithic Spaniards ate mastodon meat 40,000 years ago, were avid for fat-laden bone marrow; The downside of all those branched-chain amino acids; Antibiotics, opiate pain meds too readily prescribed by dentists; Great-grandmother busted for CBD at Disney World; Homeopathic remedy vindicated in court case; Should you eat before morning exercise? Even city parks harbor Lyme Disease ticks. Click HERE for part 2. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for June 1, Part 1
June 3, 2019
The latest coffee study tells us that drinking more than 6 cups per day is bad for you; The numerous ways Berberine supports cardiovascular health; Eat like a caveman to avoid cavities; Sulforaphane vs. schizophrenia; Osteoporosis may be a mitochondrial disease; Air pollution may promote behavioral problems in children carrying Alzheimer's risk gene; Glucosamine’s unforeseen benefits for cardiovascular disease prevention; Topical vitamin C for reducing post-surgical scars; Having kids doesn’t age you—it may rejuvenate your telomeres. Click HERE for part 2. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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Leyla Weighs In: Quinoa
May 3, 2019
Nutritionist Leyla Muedin answers this listener question: I've been on a grain free diet for five years and reaped many health benefits including more energy, mental clarity, weight loss, and better digestion. If I start eating quinoa, will it undo all the good I have done?; Plus, a common food additive that may weaken defenses against influenza.



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Is Your Metabolism Stuck? Part 1
March 12, 2019
Ann Louise Gittleman, author of "Radical Metabolism," explains why people get “stuck” with impaired metabolism. She shares a novel take on the role of the gallbladder in detoxification; impaired gall bladder function—or its removal—hampers a key pathway for optimal metabolism. Ann Louise is a fan of coffee, hibiscus and oolong tea, bone broth, and a concoction she has named “Citrus Blaster”. She has devised a 4-Day Radical Intensive Cleanse and a 21-Day Radical Reboot. She shares her journey from Director of Nutrition of the low-fat, quasi-vegan Pritikin Institute to her current advocacy of low-carb dieting with ample amounts of healthy fat—but issues some cautions about the Paleo and Keto diet paradigms. Artificial sweeteners are out—but certain natural sweeteners have a place in Ann Louise’s paradigm. She shares her top supplements—including glycine, l-glutamine, and astaxanthin. Click HERE for part 2.



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Is Your Metabolism Stuck? Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with Ann Louise Gittleman, author of "Radical Metabolism: A Powerful New Plan to Blast Fat and Reignite Your Energy in Just 21 Days." Click HERE for part 1.



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Q&A with Leyla, Part 1
August 15, 2018
Saturated fat more likely to cause liver damage, heart disease and diabetes than sugar, claims American Diabetes Association. An 80-year-old woman with osteoporosis and a compression fracture who is against taking Prolia. What should she do? Microbiome diet v. Paleo diet? Why do people lose their appetites? Is there a situation where decreased appetite is "nothing to worry about"? Click HERE for part 2.



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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for July 21, Part 2
July 23, 2018
A cardiologist argues “Carbohydrates are killing us”; What did stone agers really eat? Research reveals high-fat diet, but early adoption of grains; Supplements for pregnancy; Mothers’ microbiome impacts risk for kids’ autism; Does NT Factor combat medication-induced fatigue in patients taking heart drugs? Doctors give patients only 11 seconds to explain reason for visit before interrupting them; Beef jerky and processed meat associated with manic episodes; What vaccination schedule for kids? What’s the role of the amino acid l-threonine? Buy-out regret: owners of small vitamin companies rue their decision to be acquired by big conglomerates; Watching food shows may prompt weight gain. Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.



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One of the Worst Treated Conditions in Western Medicine, Part 1
May 15, 2018
Dr. Sarah Myhill is one of Britain’s foremost experts on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), or as it’s sometimes referred to there, Myalgic Encephalitis (ME). In her book, “Sustainable Medicine,” she claims that “CFS is one of the worst treated conditions in Western Medicine.” Patients are sometimes told to just exercise, or undergo psychotherapy, to recover. Myhill vociferously disagrees, asserting: “Its mitochondria, not hypochondria!” She dismisses the notorious PACE study, which had become the standard of care for CFS sufferers with “graded exercise,” as scientific fraud. How do you repair the mitochondria and boost their function? Why is the Paleo-Ketogenic Diet central to recovery? What does the ATP profile test tell us about mitochondrial function? Dr. Myhill’s pioneering studies document objective improvements in patients’ cellular energetics, in addition to subjective reports of symptom amelioration. What are the five basic supplements she recommends? Why are support of thyroid and adrenal function critical? What role for sleep? How do infections undermine mitochondrial efficiency? Why is detoxification so important for some CFS sufferers? How do heat treatments and chelation help? Dr. Myhill continues to campaign for the rights of CFS patients to be properly diagnosed and treated in the face of what she terms “systemic medical abuse.” Click HERE for part 2.



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One of the Worst Treated Conditions in Western Medicine, Part 2

Dr. Hoffman continues his conversation with Dr. Sarah Myhill, one of Britain’s foremost experts on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) and author of "Sustainable Medicine: Whistle-Blowing on 21st-Century Medical Practice." Click HERE for part 1.



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