1 hr 9 min

Ep. 107: Omega-3s DECREASE Lifespan and INCREASE Disease‪?‬ The Energy Balance Podcast

    • Alternative Health

In this episode we discuss:
Studies showing that omega-3 consumption decreases lifespan and increases disease processes 
The potentially harmful effects of omega-3 usage during pregnancy on offspring 
The impact of omega-3s on inflammation, endotoxin, and mitochondrial respiration 
The data in native cultures showing that omega-3 intake doesn’t improve cardiovascular disease or mortality 
Extremely healthy populations that consume high-carb and high-saturated fat diets with almost no omega-3s 
 
 
Check out the Energy Balance Solution program here: https://www.jayfeldmanwellness.com/solution/
 
 
Download the Free Energy Balance Food Guide here: https://www.jayfeldmanwellness.com/guide/
 
 
Click here to check out the show notes: https:/jayfeldmanwellness.com/ep-107-omega-3s-decrease-lifespan-and-increase-disease
 

Timestamps:
0:00 – intro
1:30 – studies showing that omega-3 consumption decreases lifespan and increases disease processes in animals
13:55 – studies on animals showing the harmful effects of omega-3 consumption during pregnancy on offspring
17:37 – studies showing that omega-3 consumption contributes to disease processes, increases inflammation, causes oxidative stress, increases endotoxin, and interferes with mitochondrial respiration
28:19 – whether we should be concerned about saturated fats increasing endotoxin absorption
29:33 – how omega-3 consumption leaves us more susceptible to damage when we’re under stress
32:53 – whether we should be consuming fatty fish
35:01 – the lack of benefit of omega-3 consumption in native populations consuming large amounts of fatty fish and seafood
38:40 – low incidence of cardiovascular disease in native populations consuming very little omega-3s
59:30 – concluding thoughts on whether we should consume omega-3s based on the data on omega-3s in RBCs and phospholipids and mortality

In this episode we discuss:
Studies showing that omega-3 consumption decreases lifespan and increases disease processes 
The potentially harmful effects of omega-3 usage during pregnancy on offspring 
The impact of omega-3s on inflammation, endotoxin, and mitochondrial respiration 
The data in native cultures showing that omega-3 intake doesn’t improve cardiovascular disease or mortality 
Extremely healthy populations that consume high-carb and high-saturated fat diets with almost no omega-3s 
 
 
Check out the Energy Balance Solution program here: https://www.jayfeldmanwellness.com/solution/
 
 
Download the Free Energy Balance Food Guide here: https://www.jayfeldmanwellness.com/guide/
 
 
Click here to check out the show notes: https:/jayfeldmanwellness.com/ep-107-omega-3s-decrease-lifespan-and-increase-disease
 

Timestamps:
0:00 – intro
1:30 – studies showing that omega-3 consumption decreases lifespan and increases disease processes in animals
13:55 – studies on animals showing the harmful effects of omega-3 consumption during pregnancy on offspring
17:37 – studies showing that omega-3 consumption contributes to disease processes, increases inflammation, causes oxidative stress, increases endotoxin, and interferes with mitochondrial respiration
28:19 – whether we should be concerned about saturated fats increasing endotoxin absorption
29:33 – how omega-3 consumption leaves us more susceptible to damage when we’re under stress
32:53 – whether we should be consuming fatty fish
35:01 – the lack of benefit of omega-3 consumption in native populations consuming large amounts of fatty fish and seafood
38:40 – low incidence of cardiovascular disease in native populations consuming very little omega-3s
59:30 – concluding thoughts on whether we should consume omega-3s based on the data on omega-3s in RBCs and phospholipids and mortality

1 hr 9 min