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    Ask Mark Q&A #1: The Best Oils, Food Activism, What To Eat To Prevent Diabetes, And More

    Ask Mark Q&A #1: The Best Oils, Food Activism, What To Eat To Prevent Diabetes, And More

    In this new Q&A series, Dr. Mark Hyman takes live questions from his community. For a chance to speak with Dr. Hyman during a future Ask Mark Q&A, text your question to 413-225-8995 using the hashtag #AskMark
    Topics covered in this episode include:
    The best and worst oils for cookingHow to get involved in improving our food systemStaying healthy on a vegetarian dietHow medical students can work towards becoming physicians who understand larger systems issuesHow to get restorative sleepThe #1 change Dr. Hyman would make to improve food policyGluten, heartburn, and GERDHigh intensity exercise and autophagyWhat to eat to prevent diabetes
    Mentioned in this episode:
    Eat Fat Get Thin by Dr. Mark Hyman
    Food: What the Heck Should I Eat by Dr. Mark Hyman
    Food Fix by Dr. Mark Hyman
    The UltraMind Solution by Dr. Mark Hyman
    Food Fix Action Guide 
    Food Policy Action 
    Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine Patient Programs  
    Chicago Food Policy Action Council 
    Karen Washington, Rise and Root Farm 
    Ron Finley, Gangsta Gardener
    The Moral Determinants of Health by Donald M. Berwick, MD, MPP
    Institute for Functional Medicine
    Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine
    Dr. Hyman’s Sleep Master Class
    Dr. Hyman’s 10-Day Reset
    Dr. Hyman’s 10-Day Reset: How To Do The 10-Day Reset (Without the Kit)
    Virta Health

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    • 51 min
    1325: The Perfect Plan to Get Into the Ultimate Shape

    1325: The Perfect Plan to Get Into the Ultimate Shape

    Podcast Notes Key Takeaways It’s important to get a proper assessment before starting a routine because everyone has different imbalances and needs“The right exercise for somebody may be the wrong exercise for someone else” – Sal Di StefanoStep 1) Figure out of your Total Daily Energy Expenditure (TDEE)That’s how many calories your body burns on a daily basis. People are terrible at predicting how many calories they need so it’s important to figure out your TDEE.Step 2) Get your hormone and nutrient levels testedYour hormones can actually tell you if your diet and exercise routine are working for youStep 3) Assessing your movement with proper primingYou can assess your movement with 3 tests: the wall test, the windmill, and a squatStep 1) Building the foundation of strengthStrength is the foundation of every exercise Step 2) Focusing on performance training“Just having muscle isn’t enough, you need to be able to move well” – Sal Di StefanoStep 3) Sculpting and shaping your bodyOnce you’ve built a foundation of strength and have worked on your performance training, then you can focus on sculpting your bodyeval(ez_write_tag([[728,90],'podcastnotes_org-medrectangle-3','ezslot_0',122,'0','0']));Read the full notes @ podcastnotes.orgIn this episode, Sal, Adam & Justin detail the components necessary to get into the best shape of your life.
    Providing the solution for a complex and difficult problem. (4:44) The Mind Pump Philosophy. (7:15) The importance of a proper assessment before you start a routine. (9:14) Step #1 - Figuring out of your Total Daily Energy Expenditure (TDEE). (12:22) Step #2 - Getting your hormone/nutrient levels tested. (15:54) Step #3 - Assessing your movement with proper priming. (23:15) The Workout. (29:38) Step #1 - Building the foundation of strength. (30:04) Step #2 - Focusing on performance training. (34:32) Step #3 - Sculpting and shaping your body. (38:32) Consistency is key! (43:55) Creating excitement with your training. (46:06) Building the accountability piece with support and community. (47:08) The MAPS Super Bundle Promotion. (48:57) Related Links/Products Mentioned
    June Promotion: MAPS HIIT ½ off! **Promo code “HIIT50” at checkout** Visit Everly Well for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Code “mindpump” at checkout** Visit ZBiotics for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! MAPS Super Bundle Special – **Promo code: (SUMMERBUNDLE) at checkout MAPS Total Daily Energy Expenditure Calculator MAPS Prime Webinar Is Warming Up Before A Workout Necessary? - Mind Pump Blog NEAT- Walmart Diet Secret- Do this INSTEAD of cardio – Mind Pump TV Mind Pump #1027: 3 Steps To Speed Up Your Metabolism Mind Pump TV - YouTube Mind Pump Podcast - YouTube Mind Pump Free Resources

    • 53 min
    113: We Are Made to Eat Meat | Shawn Baker, MD

    113: We Are Made to Eat Meat | Shawn Baker, MD

    Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Although the carnivore diet has been great for Shawn, he says that not everyone will see the same effect from going on the diet. Different people need different foods.“I don’t think fruits and vegetables are inherently bad…I just think some people tolerate them better than others” – Shawn BakerSo what should people be eating exactly? We don’t know.“This is a hard thing. Nutrition is extremely hard.” – Shawn BakerWhen it comes to foods that cause allergies, red meat is almost always on the bottom of the list“Red meat seems to be like that safe baseline food” – Shawn BakerStart with only eating red meat, and then slowly add different foods one at a time to see how your body reactsIf you there’s a health problem that’s bothering you, don’t look at the carnivore diet as a last resort, try it early“I think it’s something we should do early. If it works, great. If it doesn’t work, give it 90 days. It doesn’t work? Fine, we’ll move on to something else but I think it should be an early intervention for a lot of conditions.”  – Shawn BakerThe carnivore diet has shown to be helpful for people with an autoimmune disease, crohn’s disease, mood disorders, and other health issuesShawn argues that if everyone went vegan, people would be nutrient deficient in lysine, zinc, and other nutrients. People would also have to eat more calories to get the same amount of nutrition from animal meat“People would be nutrient deficient, they’d be eating more calories, they’d be fatter than they are now. We wouldn’t be saving the planet.” – Shawn BakerWhen it comes to greenhouse gases, the healthcare system produces 10% of our greenhouse gases while cows only produce 2%. “So what’s non-sustainable is sick people…Sick people are the biggest environmental impact when it comes to greenhouse gases.” – Shawn Baker“It’s really hard to get fat eating meat” – Shawn Baker“Meat is the most satiating diet you’re going to find…protein is the most satiating macronutrient” –  Max Lugavereeval(ez_write_tag([[728,90],'podcastnotes_org-medrectangle-3','ezslot_0',122,'0','0']));Read the full notes @ podcastnotes.orgShawn Baker, MD is a board certified orthopedic surgeon, multi-sport world record holding Masters 50+ Athlete, and the author of The Carnivore Diet.

    • 1h 12 min
    #47 - Adele Hite, PhD

    #47 - Adele Hite, PhD

    In this interview, we dissect the dietary guidelines from an angle many have not heard before, and we delve into topics where myths are widespread such as vegetable oils, gluconeogenesis and more.

    Many people like catchy sound bites. Many like separating the world into "good" and "bad." Not Adele Hite. She has made it her mission to ensure we question dietary dogma, accept nothing at face value, and understand the science behind our beliefs. And, she keeps us focused on the implications of all this, too.

    Warning: listening to this episode may open your eyes to a more careful interpretation of nutrition research!

    • 1h 4 min
    #46 - Dom D'Agostino, PhD

    #46 - Dom D'Agostino, PhD

    You can't look at the world of ketone research without seeing the impact of Dr. D'Agostino. Dom is the leading authority of how ketogenic diets and exogenous ketones impact brain health and function.

    In this brief interview, we learn about Dom's research interests, and the important details of of how ketones protect the brain and where their clinical potential may lie.

    Although our interview was cut short, Dom packs in a wealth of information about how we can use ketones to maintain brain health.

    • 24 min
    Vitamin C: Oral vs. Intravenous, Immune Effects, Cancer, Exercise Adaptation & More

    Vitamin C: Oral vs. Intravenous, Immune Effects, Cancer, Exercise Adaptation & More

    Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Vitamin C is a potent antioxidant and supports many physiological processes including immune support, wound function, fatty acid metabolism, neurotransmitter production, blood vessel formationRecommended intakes vary according to age, sex, and life stages but supplementing with vitamin C is generally safe, well-tolerated, and has low toxicityOral vitamin C and IV vitamin C are worlds apart in terms of biological activity – oral vitamin C is good for immune function while IV vitamin C is clinically therapeuticHigher doses of vitamin C are associated with reduced risks of developing a vast array of acute and chronic diseases, ranging in severity   Low vitamin C intake and deficiencies impair biological processes and pose increased risk to health, such as decreased fat utilization and increased neurological disorders (e.g., Alzheimer’s)Inconsistencies in study findings on the effect of vitamin C on health have to do with variations in administration, dose, duration, additional supplementation, and study designNeed future studies based on consistent study designs to formalize full potential of vitamin C on human healtheval(ez_write_tag([[728,90],'podcastnotes_org-medrectangle-3','ezslot_5',122,'0','0']));Read the full notes @ podcastnotes.orgIn this episode, Dr. Rhonda Patrick discuss all things vitamin C. This episode covers oral bioavailability, intravenous vitamin C bioavailability, immune cell function, common cold and other viral infections, lung function, sepsis, pneumonia, inflammation, intravenous vitamin C and cancer, role in exercise, safety concerns, and so, so much more!
    Episode Timeline (abridged)
    00:07:33 - Background on vitamin C 00:17:09 - Bioavailability of vitamin C [including dosing frequency] 00:22:53 - Vitamin C in the context of the common cold 00:28:09 - Vitamin C and lung function 00:35:54 - Vitamin C in the context of exercise [includes discussion of blunting of exercise adaptation] 00:45:51 - Vitamin C and fatty acid oxidation, including relevance in obesity 00:48:44 - Vitamin C and the brain 00:51:15 - Intravenous Vitamin C and its use for the treatment of certain kinds of infection 00:55:33 - Intravenous Vitamin C and cancer 00:57:40 - Effect of Vitamin C on fertility and reproduction 00:58:36 - Intravenous vitamin C and cardiovascular health 01:00:42 - Vitamin C and inflammation 01:02:38 - Vitamin C’s mechanisms of action 01:08:34 - Intravenous and Oral vitamin C safety 01:10:20 - Vitamin C intake and kidney stone risk 01:13:57 - Conclusions Get the full timeline, show summary, and all references for this episode by clicking here.
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    • 1h 19 min

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