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http://www.DoctorsToTrust.com  
presents episode 496 |  Dr James DiNicolantonio
High Intensity Health podcast

Hydration in relation to workouts?
Most people think hydration is drinking
plain water...
-but, that can make things WORSE  
   water dilutes blood sodium levels,
   your body wants to excrete it...
   lowers blood volume!
   This raises susceptibility to cramps and spasms
   (dilutes electrolytes)
   "It is actually one of the worst things to do...
    drinking plain water prior to work out performance"

When doing vigorous exercise 
(64% + VO2 max)
-fluids emptying from stomach into intestine
 goes down
Example: drinking 5 oz of water every 15 min
EXCEEDS your stomach's ability to empty...
-leading to bloating and cramping
-decreases vigorous exercise performance by 2.5%
Marathon running...when over consuming plain water
can lead to death (hyponatremia--plummeting blood sodium)

Basic ways to hydrate...
Dehydration-acclimation (for improved
performance in near future)
-introduce mild dehydration multiple times
 over 2 weeks: your body becomes
 acclimated to that; 
 ~so increases baseline blood volume
-improves performance later on
-then re-hydrate with salt water solution (as salty as sweat)
1200mg sodium per liter of fluid as starting point
-can get skin patches to measure sweat salt levels
(in very hot conditions, can lose 2300mg sodium per lost fluid liter

Then, prior to competition or if low energy...
-higher salt solution to boost blood volume
-boost performance 10 to 20 times better
 than any type of performance-enhancing
 supplement, like
 ~beta-alanine; beet root juice
"The right salt solution will allow you to vigorously exercise
 10 to 20 times longer than any pre-workout supplement"


|||||||||||||||||||

doctorstotrust.com
drjamesdinic.com  
Bare Performance Podcast on Youtube\

Original Youtube: https://youtu.be/sOdNCDdYbZc
This site will never use corruptible, epidemiological survey research.
For each short/sharable video, the original Youtube links are provided

None of this content is intended to be individual, personalized medical advice.

We hope you find value for yourself in these short videos &
find them easy to share with loved ones!

DISCLAIMER:
This video’s content is for informational purposes only and
should not be considered as a substitute for advice
from doctors or any health professional.
We strongly recommend seeking professional healthcare advice
for any medical condition

http://www.DoctorsToTrust.com
presents episode 496 | Dr James DiNicolantonio
High Intensity Health podcast

Hydration in relation to workouts?
Most people think hydration is drinking
plain water...
-but, that can make things WORSE
water dilutes blood sodium levels,
your body wants to excrete it...
lowers blood volume!
This raises susceptibility to cramps and spasms
(dilutes electrolytes)
"It is actually one of the worst things to do...
drinking plain water prior to work out performance"

When doing vigorous exercise
(64% + VO2 max)
-fluids emptying from stomach into intestine
goes down
Example: drinking 5 oz of water every 15 min
EXCEEDS your stomach's ability to empty...
-leading to bloating and cramping
-decreases vigorous exercise performance by 2.5%
Marathon running...when over consuming plain water
can lead to death (hyponatremia--plummeting blood sodium)

Basic ways to hydrate...
Dehydration-acclimation (for improved
performance in near future)
-introduce mild dehydration multiple times
over 2 weeks: your body becomes
acclimated to that;
~so increases baseline blood volume
-improves performance later on
-then re-hydrate with salt water solution (as salty as sweat)
1200mg sodium per liter of fluid as starting point
-can get skin patches to measure sweat salt levels
(in very hot conditions, can lose 2300mg sodium per lost fluid liter

Then, prior to competition or if low energy...
-higher salt solution to boost blood volume
-boost performance 10 to 20 times better
than any type of performance-enhancing
supplement, like
~beta-alanine; beet root juice
"The right salt solution will allow you to vigorously exercise
10 to 20 times longer than any pre-workout supplement"


|||||||||||||||||||

doctorstotrust.com
drjamesdinic.com
Bare Performance Podcast on Youtube

Original Youtube: https://youtu.be/sOdNCDdYbZc
This site will never use corruptible, epidemiological survey research.
For each short/sharable video, the original Youtube links are provided

None of this content is intended to be individual, personalized medical advice.

We hope you find value for yourself in these short videos &
find them easy to share with loved ones!

DISCLAIMER:
This video’s content is for informational purposes only and
should not be considered as a substitute for advice
from doctors or any health professional.
We strongly recommend seeking professional healthcare advice
for any medical condition

YouTube Video VVVZWEdnWlh5SXlwQ2JlRFpsbFY4eFJ3Lm1CM0NwN0F0eGFv

DINICOLANTONIO 3 | VIGOROUS EXERCISE PERFORMANCE increases10 - 20 times with proper sodium hydration

8 hours ago

http://www.DoctorsToTrust.com
presents episode 496 | Dr James DiNicolantonio
High Intensity Health podcast

Hydration in relation to workouts?
Most people think hydration is drinking
plain water...
-but, that can make things WORSE
water dilutes blood sodium levels,
your body wants to excrete it...
lowers blood volume!
This raises susceptibility to cramps and spasms
(dilutes electrolytes)
"It is actually one of the worst things to do...
drinking plain water prior to work out performance"

When doing vigorous exercise
(64% + VO2 max)
-fluids emptying from stomach into intestine
goes down
Example: drinking 5 oz of water every 15 min
EXCEEDS your stomach's ability to empty...
-leading to bloating and cramping
-decreases vigorous exercise performance by 2.5%
Marathon running...when over consuming plain water
can lead to death (hyponatremia--plummeting blood sodium)

Basic ways to hydrate...
Dehydration-acclimation (for improved
performance in near future)
-introduce mild dehydration multiple times
over 2 weeks: your body becomes
acclimated to that;
~so increases baseline blood volume
-improves performance later on
-then re-hydrate with salt water solution (as salty as sweat)
1200mg sodium per liter of fluid as starting point
-can get skin patches to measure sweat salt levels
(in very hot conditions, can lose 2300mg sodium per lost fluid liter

Then, prior to competition or if low energy...
-higher salt solution to boost blood volume
-boost performance 10 to 20 times better
than any type of performance-enhancing
supplement, like
~beta-alanine; beet root juice
"The right salt solution will allow you to vigorously exercise
10 to 20 times longer than any pre-workout supplement"


|||||||||||||||||||

doctorstotrust.com
drjamesdinic.com
Bare Performance Podcast on Youtube

Original Youtube: https://youtu.be/sOdNCDdYbZc
This site will never use corruptible, epidemiological survey research.
For each short/sharable video, the original Youtube links are provided

None of this content is intended to be individual, personalized medical advice.

We hope you find value for yourself in these short videos &
find them easy to share with loved ones!

DISCLAIMER:
This video’s content is for informational purposes only and
should not be considered as a substitute for advice
from doctors or any health professional.
We strongly recommend seeking professional healthcare advice
for any medical condition
...

http://www.DoctorsToTrust.com  
presents episode 494 |  Dr James DiNicolantonio
High Intensity Health podcast

[reissue with typo fixed]
The white crystal that, in harmful way...
-chronically raises blood pressure
-damages kidney
-increases risk of diabetes, is...
REFINED SUGAR: Not salt
Excess sugar raises glucose levels, which
-pulls water into blood vessels and chronically elevate blood pressure
This does not happen with sodium...your body adjusts quickly
It is sugar that leads to retention of salt via increased insulin
Simply cut out sugar, insulin levels would drop, 
then YOU WOULD NOT retain salt

Prior to refrigeration we used salt...
-to preserve food
-Romans ate 25g salt a day
-Scandinavians ate 100g salt a day
-Now, we consume 10g salt
So, during a decrease in salt, we've had:
-increase in heart disease, all cause mortality, etc.
-due to increased consumption of carbs and sugar

Salt is an essential mineral...
-if don't get enough: MUCH MORE HARMFUL
-than getting too much
(kidneys maintain a salt balance)
Trust yourself, have taste receptors...
-drive us to consume salt
How do animals know inherently to go to salt lick?
Like water...wouldn't restrict water to lower blood pressure
Your body knows how much salt is needed!

Eating whole, nutritious foods are low in salt...
-so, must add salt back in
-easy to use something like 
 Redmond Real Salt, and perhaps
 electrolyte powders
-especially prior to performance in gym
"I put powder in water to boost blood volume"

|||||||||||||||||||

doctorstotrust.com
drjamesdinic.com  
Bare Performance Podcast on Youtube\

Original Youtube: https://youtu.be/sOdNCDdYbZc
This site will never use corruptible, epidemiological survey research.
For each short/sharable video, the original Youtube links are provided

None of this content is intended to be individual, personalized medical advice.

We hope you find value for yourself in these short videos &
find them easy to share with loved ones!

DISCLAIMER:
This video’s content is for informational purposes only and
should not be considered as a substitute for advice
from doctors or any health professional.
We strongly recommend seeking professional healthcare advice
for any medical condition

http://www.DoctorsToTrust.com
presents episode 494 | Dr James DiNicolantonio
High Intensity Health podcast

[reissue with typo fixed]
The white crystal that, in harmful way...
-chronically raises blood pressure
-damages kidney
-increases risk of diabetes, is...
REFINED SUGAR: Not salt
Excess sugar raises glucose levels, which
-pulls water into blood vessels and chronically elevate blood pressure
This does not happen with sodium...your body adjusts quickly
It is sugar that leads to retention of salt via increased insulin
Simply cut out sugar, insulin levels would drop,
then YOU WOULD NOT retain salt

Prior to refrigeration we used salt...
-to preserve food
-Romans ate 25g salt a day
-Scandinavians ate 100g salt a day
-Now, we consume 10g salt
So, during a decrease in salt, we've had:
-increase in heart disease, all cause mortality, etc.
-due to increased consumption of carbs and sugar

Salt is an essential mineral...
-if don't get enough: MUCH MORE HARMFUL
-than getting too much
(kidneys maintain a salt balance)
Trust yourself, have taste receptors...
-drive us to consume salt
How do animals know inherently to go to salt lick?
Like water...wouldn't restrict water to lower blood pressure
Your body knows how much salt is needed!

Eating whole, nutritious foods are low in salt...
-so, must add salt back in
-easy to use something like
Redmond Real Salt, and perhaps
electrolyte powders
-especially prior to performance in gym
"I put powder in water to boost blood volume"

|||||||||||||||||||

doctorstotrust.com
drjamesdinic.com
Bare Performance Podcast on Youtube

Original Youtube: https://youtu.be/sOdNCDdYbZc
This site will never use corruptible, epidemiological survey research.
For each short/sharable video, the original Youtube links are provided

None of this content is intended to be individual, personalized medical advice.

We hope you find value for yourself in these short videos &
find them easy to share with loved ones!

DISCLAIMER:
This video’s content is for informational purposes only and
should not be considered as a substitute for advice
from doctors or any health professional.
We strongly recommend seeking professional healthcare advice
for any medical condition

YouTube Video VVVZWEdnWlh5SXlwQ2JlRFpsbFY4eFJ3LkJaMGpNdWVZWHZN

DINICOLANTONIO 2 | You would NOT RESTRICT WATER to lower blood pressure…why restrict salt? (Reissue)

13 hours ago

http://www.DoctorsToTrust.com
presents episode 494 | Dr James DiNicolantonio
High Intensity Health podcast

[reissue with typo fixed]
The white crystal that, in harmful way...
-chronically raises blood pressure
-damages kidney
-increases risk of diabetes, is...
REFINED SUGAR: Not salt
Excess sugar raises glucose levels, which
-pulls water into blood vessels and chronically elevate blood pressure
This does not happen with sodium...your body adjusts quickly
It is sugar that leads to retention of salt via increased insulin
Simply cut out sugar, insulin levels would drop,
then YOU WOULD NOT retain salt

Prior to refrigeration we used salt...
-to preserve food
-Romans ate 25g salt a day
-Scandinavians ate 100g salt a day
-Now, we consume 10g salt
So, during a decrease in salt, we've had:
-increase in heart disease, all cause mortality, etc.
-due to increased consumption of carbs and sugar

Salt is an essential mineral...
-if don't get enough: MUCH MORE HARMFUL
-than getting too much
(kidneys maintain a salt balance)
Trust yourself, have taste receptors...
-drive us to consume salt
How do animals know inherently to go to salt lick?
Like water...wouldn't restrict water to lower blood pressure
Your body knows how much salt is needed!

Eating whole, nutritious foods are low in salt...
-so, must add salt back in
-easy to use something like
Redmond Real Salt, and perhaps
electrolyte powders
-especially prior to performance in gym
"I put powder in water to boost blood volume"

|||||||||||||||||||

doctorstotrust.com
drjamesdinic.com
Bare Performance Podcast on Youtube

Original Youtube: https://youtu.be/sOdNCDdYbZc
This site will never use corruptible, epidemiological survey research.
For each short/sharable video, the original Youtube links are provided

None of this content is intended to be individual, personalized medical advice.

We hope you find value for yourself in these short videos &
find them easy to share with loved ones!

DISCLAIMER:
This video’s content is for informational purposes only and
should not be considered as a substitute for advice
from doctors or any health professional.
We strongly recommend seeking professional healthcare advice
for any medical condition
...

GEORGIA EDE |||| Ketones shown to improve depression; bipolar; anxiety

23 hours ago

http://www.DoctorsToTrust.com
presents episode 495 | Dr Georgia Ede
Low Carb Down Under podcast

Check ketones using breath analyzer:
-Biosense
-Ketone Meter
-and others...

Keto effect on:
-bipolar disorder
-depression
-autism
-anxiety
-psychosis

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doctorstotrust.com
diagnosisdiet.com

Original Youtube: https://youtu.be/sOdNCDdYbZc
This site will never use corruptible, epidemiological survey research.
For each short/sharable video, the original Youtube links are provided

None of this content is intended to be individual, personalized medical advice.

We hope you find value for yourself in these short videos &
find them easy to share with loved ones!

DISCLAIMER:
This video’s content is for informational purposes only and
should not be considered as a substitute for advice
from doctors or any health professional.
We strongly recommend seeking professional healthcare advice
for any medical condition
...

http://www.DoctorsToTrust.com  
presents episode 494 |  Dr James DiNicolantonio
High Intensity Health podcast

[TYPO in video at midpoint:  
 should read Romans ate 25g a day; 
 Scandinavians ate 100g a day]

The white crystal that, in harmful way...
-chronically raises blood pressure
-damages kidney
-increases risk of diabetes, is...
REFINED SUGAR: Not salt
Excess sugar raises glucose levels, which
-pulls water into blood vessels and chronically elevate blood pressure
This does not happen with sodium...your body adjusts quickly
It is sugar that leads to retention of salt via increased insulin
Simply cut out sugar, insulin levels would drop, 
then YOU WOULD NOT retain salt

Prior to refrigeration we used salt...
-to preserve food
-Romans ate 25g salt a day
-Scandinavians ate 100g salt a day
-Now, we consume 10g salt a day
So, during a decrease in salt, we've had:
-increase in heart disease, all cause mortality, etc.
-due to increased consumption of carbs and sugar

Salt is an essential mineral...
-if don't get enough: MUCH MORE HARMFUL
-than getting too much
(kidneys maintain a salt balance)
Trust yourself, have taste receptors...
-drive us to consume salt
How do animals know inherently to go to salt lick?
Like water...wouldn't restrict water to lower blood pressure
Your body knows how much salt is needed!

Eating whole, nutritious foods are low in salt...
-so, must add salt back in
-easy to use something like 
 Redmond Real Salt, and perhaps
 electrolyte powders
-especially prior to performance in gym
"I put powder in water to boost blood volume"

|||||||||||||||||||

doctorstotrust.com
drjamesdinic.com  
Bare Performance Podcast on Youtube\

Original Youtube: https://youtu.be/sOdNCDdYbZc
This site will never use corruptible, epidemiological survey research.
For each short/sharable video, the original Youtube links are provided

None of this content is intended to be individual, personalized medical advice.

We hope you find value for yourself in these short videos &
find them easy to share with loved ones!

DISCLAIMER:
This video’s content is for informational purposes only and
should not be considered as a substitute for advice
from doctors or any health professional.
We strongly recommend seeking professional healthcare advice
for any medical condition

http://www.DoctorsToTrust.com
presents episode 494 | Dr James DiNicolantonio
High Intensity Health podcast

The white crystal that, in harmful way...
-chronically raises blood pressure
-damages kidney
-increases risk of diabetes, is...
REFINED SUGAR: Not salt
Excess sugar raises glucose levels, which
-pulls water into blood vessels and chronically elevate blood pressure
This does not happen with sodium...your body adjusts quickly
It is sugar that leads to retention of salt via increased insulin
Simply cut out sugar, insulin levels would drop,
then YOU WOULD NOT retain salt

Prior to refrigeration we used salt...
-to preserve food
-Romans ate 25g salt a year
-Scandinavians ate 100g salt a year
-Now, we consume 10g salt
So, during a decrease in salt, we've had:
-increase in heart disease, all cause mortality, etc.
-due to increased consumption of carbs and sugar

Salt is an essential mineral...
-if don't get enough: MUCH MORE HARMFUL
-than getting too much
(kidneys maintain a salt balance)
Trust yourself, have taste receptors...
-drive us to consume salt
How do animals know inherently to go to salt lick?
Like water...wouldn't restrict water to lower blood pressure
Your body knows how much salt is needed!

Eating whole, nutritious foods are low in salt...
-so, must add salt back in
-easy to use something like
Redmond Real Salt, and perhaps
electrolyte powders
-especially prior to performance in gym
"I put powder in water to boost blood volume"

|||||||||||||||||||

doctorstotrust.com
drjamesdinic.com
Bare Performance Podcast on Youtube

Original Youtube: https://youtu.be/sOdNCDdYbZc
This site will never use corruptible, epidemiological survey research.
For each short/sharable video, the original Youtube links are provided

None of this content is intended to be individual, personalized medical advice.

We hope you find value for yourself in these short videos &
find them easy to share with loved ones!

DISCLAIMER:
This video’s content is for informational purposes only and
should not be considered as a substitute for advice
from doctors or any health professional.
We strongly recommend seeking professional healthcare advice
for any medical condition

YouTube Video VVVZWEdnWlh5SXlwQ2JlRFpsbFY4eFJ3LnpWaWFxakNFYkxj

DINICOLANTONIO 2 | You would NOT RESTRICT WATER to lower blood pressure…so shy restrict salt?

June 27, 2022 1:24 pm

http://www.DoctorsToTrust.com
presents episode 494 | Dr James DiNicolantonio
High Intensity Health podcast

The white crystal that, in harmful way...
-chronically raises blood pressure
-damages kidney
-increases risk of diabetes, is...
REFINED SUGAR: Not salt
Excess sugar raises glucose levels, which
-pulls water into blood vessels and chronically elevate blood pressure
This does not happen with sodium...your body adjusts quickly
It is sugar that leads to retention of salt via increased insulin
Simply cut out sugar, insulin levels would drop,
then YOU WOULD NOT retain salt

Prior to refrigeration we used salt...
-to preserve food
-Romans ate 25g salt a year
-Scandinavians ate 100g salt a year
-Now, we consume 10g salt
So, during a decrease in salt, we've had:
-increase in heart disease, all cause mortality, etc.
-due to increased consumption of carbs and sugar

Salt is an essential mineral...
-if don't get enough: MUCH MORE HARMFUL
-than getting too much
(kidneys maintain a salt balance)
Trust yourself, have taste receptors...
-drive us to consume salt
How do animals know inherently to go to salt lick?
Like water...wouldn't restrict water to lower blood pressure
Your body knows how much salt is needed!

Eating whole, nutritious foods are low in salt...
-so, must add salt back in
-easy to use something like
Redmond Real Salt, and perhaps
electrolyte powders
-especially prior to performance in gym
"I put powder in water to boost blood volume"

|||||||||||||||||||

doctorstotrust.com
drjamesdinic.com
Bare Performance Podcast on Youtube

Original Youtube: https://youtu.be/sOdNCDdYbZc
This site will never use corruptible, epidemiological survey research.
For each short/sharable video, the original Youtube links are provided

None of this content is intended to be individual, personalized medical advice.

We hope you find value for yourself in these short videos &
find them easy to share with loved ones!

DISCLAIMER:
This video’s content is for informational purposes only and
should not be considered as a substitute for advice
from doctors or any health professional.
We strongly recommend seeking professional healthcare advice
for any medical condition
...

http://www.DoctorsToTrust.com  
presents episode 493 |  Dr James DiNicolantonio
High Intensity Health podcast

Go to doctor with high blood 
pressure, first thing told:
"Cut your salt intake"
-my patients would say:
"feel terrible"
-would pass out
 (it bottoms out your blood VOLUME)
-'Low Salt Guidelines' were not matching the results of patients
-patients, following doctor's updated advice, added salt back in...
 ~the instantly felt much better...even with atrial fibrillation:
-their episodes would almost all go away

Evidence supporting low-salt guidelines...
-Level 'C', just expert OPINION
-not human randomized, control trials
Research showed:
-not just that evidence did not suggest
 low salt was the correct advice...
"Looking at real world population, 
 there is so much harm you can see"

20% of people with normal blood pressure
are 'salt sensitive'
(will see significant reduction in blood pressure)
"I think reducing salt intake is harmful...
 you are decreasing blood volume & are
 dehydrating the patient!"
To lower blood pressure:
-improve insulin sensitivity
-increase dilation of arteries and 
-increase nitric oxide

When you reduce sodium to 3000mg/day...
-all stress hormones increase to try to
 retain that salt
-these are artery-stiffening hormones:
 ~renin; aldosterone; angiotensin II
-heart rate increasing hormones:
 ~noradrenaline; adrenaline
-All go up 10 to 20 times!
"To think that small reduction in blood pressure (harmful) could offset
 all the increase in stress, artery-stiffening & heart rate hormones,
 and INSULIN RESISTANCE goes up as well, is myopically looking at
 one surrogate marker"

|||||||||||||||||||

doctorstotrust.com
drjamesdinic.com  
Bare Performance Podcast on Youtube\

Original Youtube: https://youtu.be/sOdNCDdYbZc
This site will never use corruptible, epidemiological survey research.
For each short/sharable video, the original Youtube links are provided

None of this content is intended to be individual, personalized medical advice.

We hope you find value for yourself in these short videos &
find them easy to share with loved ones!

DISCLAIMER:
This video’s content is for informational purposes only and
should not be considered as a substitute for advice
from doctors or any health professional.
We strongly recommend seeking professional healthcare advice
for any medical condition

http://www.DoctorsToTrust.com
presents episode 493 | Dr James DiNicolantonio
High Intensity Health podcast

Go to doctor with high blood
pressure, first thing told:
"Cut your salt intake"
-my patients would say:
"feel terrible"
-would pass out
(it bottoms out your blood VOLUME)
-'Low Salt Guidelines' were not matching the results of patients
-patients, following doctor's updated advice, added salt back in...
~the instantly felt much better...even with atrial fibrillation:
-their episodes would almost all go away

Evidence supporting low-salt guidelines...
-Level 'C', just expert OPINION
-not human randomized, control trials
Research showed:
-not just that evidence did not suggest
low salt was the correct advice...
"Looking at real world population,
there is so much harm you can see"

20% of people with normal blood pressure
are 'salt sensitive'
(will see significant reduction in blood pressure)
"I think reducing salt intake is harmful...
you are decreasing blood volume & are
dehydrating the patient!"
To lower blood pressure:
-improve insulin sensitivity
-increase dilation of arteries and
-increase nitric oxide

When you reduce sodium to 3000mg/day...
-all stress hormones increase to try to
retain that salt
-these are artery-stiffening hormones:
~renin; aldosterone; angiotensin II
-heart rate increasing hormones:
~noradrenaline; adrenaline
-All go up 10 to 20 times!
"To think that small reduction in blood pressure (harmful) could offset
all the increase in stress, artery-stiffening & heart rate hormones,
and INSULIN RESISTANCE goes up as well, is myopically looking at
one surrogate marker"

|||||||||||||||||||

doctorstotrust.com
drjamesdinic.com
Bare Performance Podcast on Youtube

Original Youtube: https://youtu.be/sOdNCDdYbZc
This site will never use corruptible, epidemiological survey research.
For each short/sharable video, the original Youtube links are provided

None of this content is intended to be individual, personalized medical advice.

We hope you find value for yourself in these short videos &
find them easy to share with loved ones!

DISCLAIMER:
This video’s content is for informational purposes only and
should not be considered as a substitute for advice
from doctors or any health professional.
We strongly recommend seeking professional healthcare advice
for any medical condition

YouTube Video VVVZWEdnWlh5SXlwQ2JlRFpsbFY4eFJ3Lk1OTWNQZjgtSEtF

DINICOLANTONIO 1 | MD’s MYOPIC VIEW: cut salt…increase stress; artery hormones, insulin resistance!

June 27, 2022 2:10 am

http://www.DoctorsToTrust.com
presents episode 493 | Dr James DiNicolantonio
High Intensity Health podcast

Go to doctor with high blood
pressure, first thing told:
"Cut your salt intake"
-my patients would say:
"feel terrible"
-would pass out
(it bottoms out your blood VOLUME)
-'Low Salt Guidelines' were not matching the results of patients
-patients, following doctor's updated advice, added salt back in...
~the instantly felt much better...even with atrial fibrillation:
-their episodes would almost all go away

Evidence supporting low-salt guidelines...
-Level 'C', just expert OPINION
-not human randomized, control trials
Research showed:
-not just that evidence did not suggest
low salt was the correct advice...
"Looking at real world population,
there is so much harm you can see"

20% of people with normal blood pressure
are 'salt sensitive'
(will see significant reduction in blood pressure)
"I think reducing salt intake is harmful...
you are decreasing blood volume & are
dehydrating the patient!"
To lower blood pressure:
-improve insulin sensitivity
-increase dilation of arteries and
-increase nitric oxide

When you reduce sodium to 3000mg/day...
-all stress hormones increase to try to
retain that salt
-these are artery-stiffening hormones:
~renin; aldosterone; angiotensin II
-heart rate increasing hormones:
~noradrenaline; adrenaline
-All go up 10 to 20 times!
"To think that small reduction in blood pressure (harmful) could offset
all the increase in stress, artery-stiffening & heart rate hormones,
and INSULIN RESISTANCE goes up as well, is myopically looking at
one surrogate marker"

|||||||||||||||||||

doctorstotrust.com
drjamesdinic.com
Bare Performance Podcast on Youtube

Original Youtube: https://youtu.be/sOdNCDdYbZc
This site will never use corruptible, epidemiological survey research.
For each short/sharable video, the original Youtube links are provided

None of this content is intended to be individual, personalized medical advice.

We hope you find value for yourself in these short videos &
find them easy to share with loved ones!

DISCLAIMER:
This video’s content is for informational purposes only and
should not be considered as a substitute for advice
from doctors or any health professional.
We strongly recommend seeking professional healthcare advice
for any medical condition
...

http://www.DoctorsToTrust.com  
presents episode 492 |  Mike Mutzel
High Intensity Health podcast

Fasting doesn't prevent the loss of
-muscle fibers, in fact...
-prolonged fasting accelerates 
 muscle loss
So many benefits:
-anti-cancer
-anti-inflammatory
 ~linked to resistance training...
-improved lean mass to fat mass ratio
-especially important as we age

Muscle-quality index...linked to
-prevention of age-related disease
-mild cognitive impairment
-dementia; Alzheimers
-heart disease; cancer
Low muscle quality due to over
fasting and no exercise...
As we age, must prioritize exercise, balance, movement, and
-muscle quality

Muscle-quality index
-when you don't exercise and you
 are insulin resistant
-muscle gets infiltrated by fat
-decreases the quality of muscle

Prolonged fasting...
-anything longer than 18-20 hours
"Most people, if exercising, I don't
 know that you need to fast more 
 than 16 hours a day"
-will compromise some of the 
 benefits you could be getting from that exercise
"So many are concerned about 'Is this breaking my fast?' by
 taking collagen or caffeine...but if you are exercising it is 
-increasing all of these things that are benefited by fasting
"Exercising is the Best Fasting Enhancer"

"I'm not worried about these things
 breaking my fast because I am 
 walking, hiking, climbing, biking"
Prolonged fast (18+ hours)
-deplete muscle and liver glycogen
-start dropping blood glucose
-early on, a little catabolism of skeletal muscle
Some combination of resistance training PAIRED with
-time restricted eating
 ~is best of both worlds

"Generally, people feel more vibrant
 when they are eating food...
 Will this shorten lifespan by
 increasing weight lifting and getting
 progress in the gym?"
-getting stronger as you age
 ~instead of getting weaker?
"I noticed that as excited as I had gotten about 
 autophagy and mTOR inhibition...it came at a cost:
 I was not getting stronger with age"

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http://www.DoctorsToTrust.com
presents episode 492 | Mike Mutzel
High Intensity Health podcast

Fasting doesn't prevent the loss of
-muscle fibers, in fact...
-prolonged fasting accelerates
muscle loss
So many benefits:
-anti-cancer
-anti-inflammatory
~linked to resistance training...
-improved lean mass to fat mass ratio
-especially important as we age

Muscle-quality index...linked to
-prevention of age-related disease
-mild cognitive impairment
-dementia; Alzheimers
-heart disease; cancer
Low muscle quality due to over
fasting and no exercise...
As we age, must prioritize exercise, balance, movement, and
-muscle quality

Muscle-quality index
-when you don't exercise and you
are insulin resistant
-muscle gets infiltrated by fat
-decreases the quality of muscle

Prolonged fasting...
-anything longer than 18-20 hours
"Most people, if exercising, I don't
know that you need to fast more
than 16 hours a day"
-will compromise some of the
benefits you could be getting from that exercise
"So many are concerned about 'Is this breaking my fast?' by
taking collagen or caffeine...but if you are exercising it is
-increasing all of these things that are benefited by fasting
"Exercising is the Best Fasting Enhancer"

"I'm not worried about these things
breaking my fast because I am
walking, hiking, climbing, biking"
Prolonged fast (18+ hours)
-deplete muscle and liver glycogen
-start dropping blood glucose
-early on, a little catabolism of skeletal muscle
Some combination of resistance training PAIRED with
-time restricted eating
~is best of both worlds

"Generally, people feel more vibrant
when they are eating food...
Will this shorten lifespan by
increasing weight lifting and getting
progress in the gym?"
-getting stronger as you age
~instead of getting weaker?
"I noticed that as excited as I had gotten about
autophagy and mTOR inhibition...it came at a cost:
I was not getting stronger with age"

|||||||||||||||||||

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HighIntensityHealth.com & Youtube Channel

Original Youtube: https://youtu.be/0cyyGDdYy6o
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MIKE MUTZEL 2 | PROLONGED FASTING benefitted autophagy & mTOR inhibition, NOT STRENGTH WITH AGING

June 26, 2022 7:06 pm

http://www.DoctorsToTrust.com
presents episode 492 | Mike Mutzel
High Intensity Health podcast

Fasting doesn't prevent the loss of
-muscle fibers, in fact...
-prolonged fasting accelerates
muscle loss
So many benefits:
-anti-cancer
-anti-inflammatory
~linked to resistance training...
-improved lean mass to fat mass ratio
-especially important as we age

Muscle-quality index...linked to
-prevention of age-related disease
-mild cognitive impairment
-dementia; Alzheimers
-heart disease; cancer
Low muscle quality due to over
fasting and no exercise...
As we age, must prioritize exercise, balance, movement, and
-muscle quality

Muscle-quality index
-when you don't exercise and you
are insulin resistant
-muscle gets infiltrated by fat
-decreases the quality of muscle

Prolonged fasting...
-anything longer than 18-20 hours
"Most people, if exercising, I don't
know that you need to fast more
than 16 hours a day"
-will compromise some of the
benefits you could be getting from that exercise
"So many are concerned about 'Is this breaking my fast?' by
taking collagen or caffeine...but if you are exercising it is
-increasing all of these things that are benefited by fasting
"Exercising is the Best Fasting Enhancer"

"I'm not worried about these things
breaking my fast because I am
walking, hiking, climbing, biking"
Prolonged fast (18+ hours)
-deplete muscle and liver glycogen
-start dropping blood glucose
-early on, a little catabolism of skeletal muscle
Some combination of resistance training PAIRED with
-time restricted eating
~is best of both worlds

"Generally, people feel more vibrant
when they are eating food...
Will this shorten lifespan by
increasing weight lifting and getting
progress in the gym?"
-getting stronger as you age
~instead of getting weaker?
"I noticed that as excited as I had gotten about
autophagy and mTOR inhibition...it came at a cost:
I was not getting stronger with age"

|||||||||||||||||||

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HighIntensityHealth.com & Youtube Channel

Original Youtube: https://youtu.be/0cyyGDdYy6o
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...

http://www.DoctorsToTrust.com  
presents episode 491 |  Mike Mutzel
High Intensity Health podcast

Fasting, whether...
-prolonged;
-alternate day;
-intermittent (time restricted)
Enhances autophagy-
-preventing protein aggregates
-decrease blood sugar
-improve insulin sensitivity
-decrease fat infiltration in the liver
-potentially reduce cancer risk by decreasing mTOR

Fasting: in context...
Who is it for?
Those who are 
-sedentary
-insulin resistant
-don't exercise regularly
Why is fasting good for this situation?
-not adding movement into lifestyle to improve blood sugar health
But, if trying to exercise, build muscle mass, fasting may not be
-best solution (will share modified fast for exercising)

"You want to get the benefits from
 physical activity...but if you are 
 doing exercise AND fasting all the
 time: one of those things will not
 supported most beneficially"
If exercising, getting into a
-state of oxygen debt
-fasting is not going to help you have a good workout
"Most people have a better workout when not fasting
-have had Robert Sikes (world class body builder) &
-Dr David Jockers (Chiropractor, owner Exodus Health Center)
-both exercise fasted

"But most people, when fasted,
 won't have the best exercise
 session"
For longevity,
-supporting lean muscle mass
-preventing age-related muscle loss
-improving blood sugar health
"You should prioritize your exercise sessions...
 -and worry about fasting later"

Have had clients switch this up...
-getting better results
"Hard after promoting intermittent
 fasting for years..."
-would be dogmatic to promote
 same old things without tinkering 
 and testing different things
-prolonged fasts, severely restricted eating window, while can be
 beneficial for sedentary, obese, those unable to exercise...
-most benefit from time-restricted eating, finishing earlier in day
-focusing more on having good exercise sessions

|||||||||||||||||||

doctorstotrust.com
HighIntensityHealth Youtube Channel

Original Youtube: https://youtu.be/0cyyGDdYy6o
This site will never use corruptible, epidemiological survey research.
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should not be considered as a substitute for advice
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for any medical condition

http://www.DoctorsToTrust.com
presents episode 491 | Mike Mutzel
High Intensity Health podcast

Fasting, whether...
-prolonged;
-alternate day;
-intermittent (time restricted)
Enhances autophagy-
-preventing protein aggregates
-decrease blood sugar
-improve insulin sensitivity
-decrease fat infiltration in the liver
-potentially reduce cancer risk by decreasing mTOR

Fasting: in context...
Who is it for?
Those who are
-sedentary
-insulin resistant
-don't exercise regularly
Why is fasting good for this situation?
-not adding movement into lifestyle to improve blood sugar health
But, if trying to exercise, build muscle mass, fasting may not be
-best solution (will share modified fast for exercising)

"You want to get the benefits from
physical activity...but if you are
doing exercise AND fasting all the
time: one of those things will not
supported most beneficially"
If exercising, getting into a
-state of oxygen debt
-fasting is not going to help you have a good workout
"Most people have a better workout when not fasting
-have had Robert Sikes (world class body builder) &
-Dr David Jockers (Chiropractor, owner Exodus Health Center)
-both exercise fasted

"But most people, when fasted,
won't have the best exercise
session"
For longevity,
-supporting lean muscle mass
-preventing age-related muscle loss
-improving blood sugar health
"You should prioritize your exercise sessions...
-and worry about fasting later"

Have had clients switch this up...
-getting better results
"Hard after promoting intermittent
fasting for years..."
-would be dogmatic to promote
same old things without tinkering
and testing different things
-prolonged fasts, severely restricted eating window, while can be
beneficial for sedentary, obese, those unable to exercise...
-most benefit from time-restricted eating, finishing earlier in day
-focusing more on having good exercise sessions

|||||||||||||||||||

doctorstotrust.com
HighIntensityHealth Youtube Channel

Original Youtube: https://youtu.be/0cyyGDdYy6o
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MIKE MUTZEL 1 | NO PROLONGED FASTS…focus on finish eating earlier & having an effective workout

June 25, 2022 10:09 pm

http://www.DoctorsToTrust.com
presents episode 491 | Mike Mutzel
High Intensity Health podcast

Fasting, whether...
-prolonged;
-alternate day;
-intermittent (time restricted)
Enhances autophagy-
-preventing protein aggregates
-decrease blood sugar
-improve insulin sensitivity
-decrease fat infiltration in the liver
-potentially reduce cancer risk by decreasing mTOR

Fasting: in context...
Who is it for?
Those who are
-sedentary
-insulin resistant
-don't exercise regularly
Why is fasting good for this situation?
-not adding movement into lifestyle to improve blood sugar health
But, if trying to exercise, build muscle mass, fasting may not be
-best solution (will share modified fast for exercising)

"You want to get the benefits from
physical activity...but if you are
doing exercise AND fasting all the
time: one of those things will not
supported most beneficially"
If exercising, getting into a
-state of oxygen debt
-fasting is not going to help you have a good workout
"Most people have a better workout when not fasting
-have had Robert Sikes (world class body builder) &
-Dr David Jockers (Chiropractor, owner Exodus Health Center)
-both exercise fasted

"But most people, when fasted,
won't have the best exercise
session"
For longevity,
-supporting lean muscle mass
-preventing age-related muscle loss
-improving blood sugar health
"You should prioritize your exercise sessions...
-and worry about fasting later"

Have had clients switch this up...
-getting better results
"Hard after promoting intermittent
fasting for years..."
-would be dogmatic to promote
same old things without tinkering
and testing different things
-prolonged fasts, severely restricted eating window, while can be
beneficial for sedentary, obese, those unable to exercise...
-most benefit from time-restricted eating, finishing earlier in day
-focusing more on having good exercise sessions

|||||||||||||||||||

doctorstotrust.com
HighIntensityHealth Youtube Channel

Original Youtube: https://youtu.be/0cyyGDdYy6o
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...

RICK JOHNSON 4 | Sugar, HFCS & fruit juice & smoothies cause GOUT and MOST CHRONIC DISEASE

June 24, 2022 7:21 pm

http://www.DoctorsToTrust.com
presents episode 490 | Dr Rick Johnson
Low Carb Down Under podcast

Some people eat 25% of their diet as sugar...
-children often eat double per body weight than that of adults
-we are averaging 140 to 150+ pounds of sugar a year

"If you are on the couch with a bowl of grapes...
-you are going to get fat

But, individual fruits won't do it"

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...

RICK JOHNSON 3 | FRUCTOSE increases URIC ACID & blocks ATP…makes you store excess FAT

June 23, 2022 7:42 pm

http://www.DoctorsToTrust.com
presents episode 489 | Dr Rick Johnson
Low Carb Down Under podcast

Eat calories to make energy...either:
-ATP for immediate use, or
-store as fat for later use

Fructose increases URIC ACID in the cell...affects
-blood pressure
-weight gain
-triglyceride levels
And: activates the switch to non-caloric pathway

Allopurinol is a medication used to decrease uric acid
in the blood

Fructose consumes ATP; sweeps away AMP (precursor to ATP);
-blocks production of new ATP; &
-blocks AMP Kinase (enzyme that stimulates fatty acid oxidation)
-causes the animal to feel like it is in a low energy state...
-thinks it is starving
-wants to eat!

-Helps prepare animal for hibernation by adding more fat

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...

http://www.DoctorsToTrust.com  
presents episode 488 | Dr Rick Johnson
Low Carb Down Under podcast

Glucose is main carbohydrate fuel for brain and muscle...
-requires insulin to move glucose from blood into muscle 
-brain can use glucose without insulin
-insulin resistance makes more glucose available for the brain

Table sugar (fructose+glucose) is especially sweet & addictive...
-in 1970's discovered high fructose corn syrup
-high carb starchy foods...break down into glucose

Could fructose be the nutrient that makes you want to become fat?
Study: fructose in water: rats eventually drank much more &
-exercised less and less
-metabolism 
 dropped
-they became fat

Something about fructose...
-animals crave it, even when cannot taste it
-something to do with the metabolism of it
(when not able to metabolize it, won't drink it, won't get fat)

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http://www.DoctorsToTrust.com
presents episode 488 | Dr Rick Johnson
Low Carb Down Under podcast

Glucose is main carbohydrate fuel for brain and muscle...
-requires insulin to move glucose from blood into muscle
-brain can use glucose without insulin
-insulin resistance makes more glucose available for the brain

Table sugar (fructose+glucose) is especially sweet & addictive...
-in 1970's discovered high fructose corn syrup
-high carb starchy foods...break down into glucose

Could fructose be the nutrient that makes you want to become fat?
Study: fructose in water: rats eventually drank much more &
-exercised less and less
-metabolism
dropped
-they became fat

Something about fructose...
-animals crave it, even when cannot taste it
-something to do with the metabolism of it
(when not able to metabolize it, won't drink it, won't get fat)

|||||||||||||||||||

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lowcarbdownunder.com.au

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RICK JOHNSON 2 | Animals survive winter and drought via…burning body fat

June 23, 2022 7:00 am

http://www.DoctorsToTrust.com
presents episode 488 | Dr Rick Johnson
Low Carb Down Under podcast

Glucose is main carbohydrate fuel for brain and muscle...
-requires insulin to move glucose from blood into muscle
-brain can use glucose without insulin
-insulin resistance makes more glucose available for the brain

Table sugar (fructose+glucose) is especially sweet & addictive...
-in 1970's discovered high fructose corn syrup
-high carb starchy foods...break down into glucose

Could fructose be the nutrient that makes you want to become fat?
Study: fructose in water: rats eventually drank much more &
-exercised less and less
-metabolism
dropped
-they became fat

Something about fructose...
-animals crave it, even when cannot taste it
-something to do with the metabolism of it
(when not able to metabolize it, won't drink it, won't get fat)

|||||||||||||||||||

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lowcarbdownunder.com.au

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http://www.DoctorsToTrust.com  
presents episode 487 | Dr Rick Johnson
Low Carb Down Under podcast

Those who are
obese...
-generally have the
 metabolic syndrome
Uric acid is present in everybody
 ~waste product of nucleic acid, DNA
 ~we make it, excrete it
 ~is high in patients with obesity
 ~can cause GOUT--arthritis affecting the big toe

Metabolic syndrome...
-if pre-diabetic, increased risk of becoming
 diabetic
-if elevated blood pressure, risk of
 becoming hypertensive
-overweight?  risk of obesity
"It is one related problem...
 some with fatty liver; others with diabetes, but
 it is all one syndrome. 
 So, could be a central mechanism driving it all"

So, what can we learn about...
-metabolism & weight management
-from animal studies?

Animals will regulate their body weight for the time of year...

Some animals will intentionally gain weight 
in anticipation of winter...
-their body fat provides a source of calories to burn
-when you burn fat, also produce WATER

Animals preparing for winter or starvation avoidance...
do all these things that
-we see in people with metabolic syndrome


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http://www.DoctorsToTrust.com
presents episode 487 | Dr Rick Johnson
Low Carb Down Under podcast

Those who are
obese...
-generally have the
metabolic syndrome
Uric acid is present in everybody
~waste product of nucleic acid, DNA
~we make it, excrete it
~is high in patients with obesity
~can cause GOUT--arthritis affecting the big toe

Metabolic syndrome...
-if pre-diabetic, increased risk of becoming
diabetic
-if elevated blood pressure, risk of
becoming hypertensive
-overweight? risk of obesity
"It is one related problem...
some with fatty liver; others with diabetes, but
it is all one syndrome.
So, could be a central mechanism driving it all"

So, what can we learn about...
-metabolism & weight management
-from animal studies?

Animals will regulate their body weight for the time of year...

Some animals will intentionally gain weight
in anticipation of winter...
-their body fat provides a source of calories to burn
-when you burn fat, also produce WATER

Animals preparing for winter or starvation avoidance...
do all these things that
-we see in people with metabolic syndrome


|||||||||||||||||||

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lowcarbdownunder.com.au

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RICK JOHNSON 1 | Animals survive winter and drought via…burning body fat

June 23, 2022 3:40 am

http://www.DoctorsToTrust.com
presents episode 487 | Dr Rick Johnson
Low Carb Down Under podcast

Those who are
obese...
-generally have the
metabolic syndrome
Uric acid is present in everybody
~waste product of nucleic acid, DNA
~we make it, excrete it
~is high in patients with obesity
~can cause GOUT--arthritis affecting the big toe

Metabolic syndrome...
-if pre-diabetic, increased risk of becoming
diabetic
-if elevated blood pressure, risk of
becoming hypertensive
-overweight? risk of obesity
"It is one related problem...
some with fatty liver; others with diabetes, but
it is all one syndrome.
So, could be a central mechanism driving it all"

So, what can we learn about...
-metabolism & weight management
-from animal studies?

Animals will regulate their body weight for the time of year...

Some animals will intentionally gain weight
in anticipation of winter...
-their body fat provides a source of calories to burn
-when you burn fat, also produce WATER

Animals preparing for winter or starvation avoidance...
do all these things that
-we see in people with metabolic syndrome


|||||||||||||||||||

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lowcarbdownunder.com.au

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...

http://www.DoctorsToTrust.com  
presents episode 486 | Dr Shawn Baker
Revero.com  podcast

"I had to leave the cancer support groups
-for my own mental well-being
-some in groups go into attack mode
-made several friends, but sadly
 they are no longer with us
"I know I am very, very fortunate.
 I don't take any of it for granted.
 I do believe in a higher power.
 Healing comes from God, whether on earth or in heaven"
-He gave me the tools and knowledge to be able to use them
-grateful for this platform for opportunity to share with others

Have watched others battle cancer...
-everyone is touched by cancer some way
-either you or someone you love
"Do what you can NOW to strengthen
 yourself or be able to combat it now"
-get rid of sugars, artificial crap, dyes, etc.
-even 'healthy' foods like
 ~sweet potatoes, spinach, quinoa, etc...
"Do an elimination diet! Try it for 30 days.
 Nothing to lose...Everything to gain

Working with your functional medicine doc...
-every 2 days would do something 
 different...mostly supplements
-and pancreatic enzymes, other things that
 targeted different cancer pathways
"Cancer feeds off sugar, but also
 glutamate...which is in every food
-hitting cancer hard for 2 days, then change
-do this for month; switch to 2 other procedures, including:
 ~high dose IV vitamin C (35 to 50g)
-while staying in therapeutic ketosis
-this was the Press-Pulse method for me

My test results were based on my cancer...
-before, took many unnecessary supplements
 that could have been harming me
-I don't give people advice on supplements
(except maybe D3, K2, cod liver oil)
"You need to work with a professional to
 see just what it is that you need"

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http://www.DoctorsToTrust.com
presents episode 486 | Dr Shawn Baker
Revero.com podcast

"I had to leave the cancer support groups
-for my own mental well-being
-some in groups go into attack mode
-made several friends, but sadly
they are no longer with us
"I know I am very, very fortunate.
I don't take any of it for granted.
I do believe in a higher power.
Healing comes from God, whether on earth or in heaven"
-He gave me the tools and knowledge to be able to use them
-grateful for this platform for opportunity to share with others

Have watched others battle cancer...
-everyone is touched by cancer some way
-either you or someone you love
"Do what you can NOW to strengthen
yourself or be able to combat it now"
-get rid of sugars, artificial crap, dyes, etc.
-even 'healthy' foods like
~sweet potatoes, spinach, quinoa, etc...
"Do an elimination diet! Try it for 30 days.
Nothing to lose...Everything to gain

Working with your functional medicine doc...
-every 2 days would do something
different...mostly supplements
-and pancreatic enzymes, other things that
targeted different cancer pathways
"Cancer feeds off sugar, but also
glutamate...which is in every food
-hitting cancer hard for 2 days, then change
-do this for month; switch to 2 other procedures, including:
~high dose IV vitamin C (35 to 50g)
-while staying in therapeutic ketosis
-this was the Press-Pulse method for me

My test results were based on my cancer...
-before, took many unnecessary supplements
that could have been harming me
-I don't give people advice on supplements
(except maybe D3, K2, cod liver oil)
"You need to work with a professional to
see just what it is that you need"

|||||||||||||||||||

doctorstotrust.com
revero.com

Original Youtube: https://youtu.be/gDB7BNhA1BA
This site will never use corruptible, epidemiological survey research.
For each short/sharable video, the original Youtube links are provided

None of this content is intended to be individual, personalized medical advice.

We hope you find value for yourself in these short videos &
find them easy to share with loved ones!

DISCLAIMER:
This video’s content is for informational purposes only and
should not be considered as a substitute for advice
from doctors or any health professional.
We strongly recommend seeking professional healthcare advice
for any medical condition

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SHAWN BAKER 5 | Healing comes from GodHe gave me tools & the knowledge to use them

June 22, 2022 6:56 pm

http://www.DoctorsToTrust.com
presents episode 486 | Dr Shawn Baker
Revero.com podcast

"I had to leave the cancer support groups
-for my own mental well-being
-some in groups go into attack mode
-made several friends, but sadly
they are no longer with us
"I know I am very, very fortunate.
I don't take any of it for granted.
I do believe in a higher power.
Healing comes from God, whether on earth or in heaven"
-He gave me the tools and knowledge to be able to use them
-grateful for this platform for opportunity to share with others

Have watched others battle cancer...
-everyone is touched by cancer some way
-either you or someone you love
"Do what you can NOW to strengthen
yourself or be able to combat it now"
-get rid of sugars, artificial crap, dyes, etc.
-even 'healthy' foods like
~sweet potatoes, spinach, quinoa, etc...
"Do an elimination diet! Try it for 30 days.
Nothing to lose...Everything to gain

Working with your functional medicine doc...
-every 2 days would do something
different...mostly supplements
-and pancreatic enzymes, other things that
targeted different cancer pathways
"Cancer feeds off sugar, but also
glutamate...which is in every food
-hitting cancer hard for 2 days, then change
-do this for month; switch to 2 other procedures, including:
~high dose IV vitamin C (35 to 50g)
-while staying in therapeutic ketosis
-this was the Press-Pulse method for me

My test results were based on my cancer...
-before, took many unnecessary supplements
that could have been harming me
-I don't give people advice on supplements
(except maybe D3, K2, cod liver oil)
"You need to work with a professional to
see just what it is that you need"

|||||||||||||||||||

doctorstotrust.com
revero.com

Original Youtube: https://youtu.be/gDB7BNhA1BA
This site will never use corruptible, epidemiological survey research.
For each short/sharable video, the original Youtube links are provided

None of this content is intended to be individual, personalized medical advice.

We hope you find value for yourself in these short videos &
find them easy to share with loved ones!

DISCLAIMER:
This video’s content is for informational purposes only and
should not be considered as a substitute for advice
from doctors or any health professional.
We strongly recommend seeking professional healthcare advice
for any medical condition
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