91 episodios

Interviews with medical doctors and scholars of Lifestyle Medicine .

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Interviews with medical doctors and scholars of Lifestyle Medicine .

    ICP 91: Stephanie Hnatiuk, RD: A Voice of Reason in times of Nutritional Obscurity

    ICP 91: Stephanie Hnatiuk, RD: A Voice of Reason in times of Nutritional Obscurity

    Stephanie Hnatiuk is a Registered Dietitian practicing in Winnipeg, Manitoba. She is a voice of reason in this age of so much nutritional obscurity, quackery and ridiculousness. We cover a range of topics from misconceptions about RD's, do diet education for doctors, sports nutrition and the 'Healthy at Any Size' movement. Join us.

    • 1h 52 min
    ICP 90: Dr. Bonnie Coyle, MD- High Blood Pressure, Rural and Urban considerations and Universal Healthcare

    ICP 90: Dr. Bonnie Coyle, MD- High Blood Pressure, Rural and Urban considerations and Universal Healthcare

    Dr. Bonnie Coyle is the Chairman of Community Health and Preventive Medicine at St. Luke’s University Health Network. We speak about High Blood Pressure, Rural and urban patient considerations as well as opioids, epidemiology, Universal Healthcare and Bonnie as the Surgeon General. Join us.

    • 1h 10 min
    ICP 89: Dr. Evan Allen: Why you should avoid Saturated Fats.

    ICP 89: Dr. Evan Allen: Why you should avoid Saturated Fats.

    There is much debate lately around dietary fats and saturated fats. One side is saying they are unhealthy and should we avoid them as much as possible, and there’s an every growing and enthusiastic side that is proclaiming that all of the science implicating saturated fats in the past 70 years is bunk. Insert: Dr. Evan Allen. One of the leading experts arguing for limiting Saturated fats. Join us.

    • 1h 21 min
    ICP 88: Robby Barbaro and Cyrus Khambatta, PhD- Mastering Diabetes and the role of Sugar and Fat in Insulin Resistance

    ICP 88: Robby Barbaro and Cyrus Khambatta, PhD- Mastering Diabetes and the role of Sugar and Fat in Insulin Resistance

    Robby and Cyrus endorse a high carb protocol for diabetes prevention and reversal. We speak about the fundamental differences in the “Carbohydrate-centric” philosophy the “Fat-centric’ philosophy of diabetes. We move onto the cause of diabetes, defining insulin resistance and trying to elucidate its etiology. I get their thoughts on CGM’s fasting insulin, and then we go into relationship between BMI and T2D, the effect of Sat. Fats from plants on blood glucose control.

    • 1h 21 min
    ICP 87: Kevin Bass, MS- An Introduction to Ketosis and its role in cancer.

    ICP 87: Kevin Bass, MS- An Introduction to Ketosis and its role in cancer.

    Kevin Bass is a MD/PhD student who is completing his dissertation on a ketogenic diet and its role on cancer. We discuss the physiology of a ketogenic diet, then dovetail into the origins of this dietary strategy. We speak about various applications of ketogenic diets such as Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, Obesity and metabolic disorders, and longevity, and then end with a summary of the literature on ketogenic diets and cancer prevention and treatment.

    • 1h 11 min
    ICP 86: Kevin Klatt, PhD., RD- Choline, TMAO, Nutritional Epidemiology and Moving the Goalposts

    ICP 86: Kevin Klatt, PhD., RD- Choline, TMAO, Nutritional Epidemiology and Moving the Goalposts

    Episode 86 features Registered Dietician and Post-doctoral fellow Kevin Klatt, PhD., RD. He and I discuss choline, TMAO, the role of nutritional epidemiology and the relevance of moving the goal posts when discussing nutrition science.

    • 1h 29 min

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