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presents episode 1897 | DR ELIZABETH BRIGHT

First book: Good Fat is Good for Women is for all women
and men...New book: Good Fat is Good for Girls
-I have two daughters who went through adolescence
-all their friends were on anti-depressants And  
 they don't eat meat

I want to show younger women, girls, boys, and their
mothers: how to address health issues with puberty &
adolescence [as first book addressed menopause]
These health issues are real, but what causes them?

PCOS & endometriosis:  more and more common
-what is the treatment? more hormones, because
 it is associated with hormonal imbalance
-absolutely, but I call 
Breast cysts: goiter of the breast, and
Endometriosis: goiter of uterus,
PCOS: goiter of ovaries
-tissues easily become hyperplastic
Looking for iodine, balanced glucose
& balanced endocrine system

When endocrine system not balanced, tissue will 
respond trying to get More of What It Needs
-that is state of hyperplastic

Most of my patients can Link Health challenges to their
adolescence...For personal and professional reasons I
did a deep dive into this
Consider: what do medications do? suppress function
-if have acute injury, need medication to avoid shock…

Chronic health issue is Not due to Imbalance…
-Not Due To Absence of Medication
-that is not the root cause

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Original video: https://youtu.be/-s2z68E_Z6A?si=OYEYqZ9176znZd3k 

We will never use corruptible, epidemiological survey research as causal science.
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delay in obtaining medical advice for any medical condition they may have and 
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@doctorstotrust3552
presents episode 1897 | DR ELIZABETH BRIGHT

First book: Good Fat is Good for Women is for all women
and men...New book: Good Fat is Good for Girls
-I have two daughters who went through adolescence
-all their friends were on anti-depressants And
they don't eat meat

I want to show younger women, girls, boys, and their
mothers: how to address health issues with puberty &
adolescence [as first book addressed menopause]
These health issues are real, but what causes them?

PCOS & endometriosis: more and more common
-what is the treatment? more hormones, because
it is associated with hormonal imbalance
-absolutely, but I call
Breast cysts: goiter of the breast, and
Endometriosis: goiter of uterus,
PCOS: goiter of ovaries
-tissues easily become hyperplastic
Looking for iodine, balanced glucose
& balanced endocrine system

When endocrine system not balanced, tissue will
respond trying to get More of What It Needs
-that is state of hyperplastic

Most of my patients can Link Health challenges to their
adolescence...For personal and professional reasons I
did a deep dive into this
Consider: what do medications do? suppress function
-if have acute injury, need medication to avoid shock…

Chronic health issue is Not due to Imbalance…
-Not Due To Absence of Medication
-that is not the root cause

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

doctorstotrust.com
elizbright.com
nutritionwithjudy.com

Original video: https://youtu.be/-s2z68E_Z6A?si=OYEYqZ9176znZd3k

We will never use corruptible, epidemiological survey research as causal science.
For each short/sharable video, the original Youtube links are provided above.

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

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

DISCLAIMER
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and do not constitute the practice of medicine, nursing or other
professional health care services, including the giving of medical advice,
and no doctor/patient relationship is formed. The use of information on this podcast
or materials linked from this podcast is at the user’s own risk.
The content of this podcast is not intended to be a substitute for
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delay in obtaining medical advice for any medical condition they may have and
should seek the assistance of their health care professionals for any such conditions.

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ELIZABETH BRIGHT f1 | ADOLSCENTS…many, many girls on anti-depressants & don’t eat meat

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@doctorstotrust3552
presents episode 1897 | DR ELIZABETH BRIGHT

First book: Good Fat is Good for Women is for all women
and men...New book: Good Fat is Good for Girls
-I have two daughters who went through adolescence
-all their friends were on anti-depressants And
they don't eat meat

I want to show younger women, girls, boys, and their
mothers: how to address health issues with puberty &
adolescence [as first book addressed menopause]
These health issues are real, but what causes them?

PCOS & endometriosis: more and more common
-what is the treatment? more hormones, because
it is associated with hormonal imbalance
-absolutely, but I call
Breast cysts: goiter of the breast, and
Endometriosis: goiter of uterus,
PCOS: goiter of ovaries
-tissues easily become hyperplastic
Looking for iodine, balanced glucose
& balanced endocrine system

When endocrine system not balanced, tissue will
respond trying to get More of What It Needs
-that is state of hyperplastic

Most of my patients can Link Health challenges to their
adolescence...For personal and professional reasons I
did a deep dive into this
Consider: what do medications do? suppress function
-if have acute injury, need medication to avoid shock…

Chronic health issue is Not due to Imbalance…
-Not Due To Absence of Medication
-that is not the root cause

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

doctorstotrust.com
elizbright.com
nutritionwithjudy.com

Original video: https://youtu.be/-s2z68E_Z6A?si=OYEYqZ9176znZd3k

We will never use corruptible, epidemiological survey research as causal science.
For each short/sharable video, the original Youtube links are provided above.

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

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

DISCLAIMER
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and do not constitute the practice of medicine, nursing or other
professional health care services, including the giving of medical advice,
and no doctor/patient relationship is formed. The use of information on this podcast
or materials linked from this podcast is at the user’s own risk.
The content of this podcast is not intended to be a substitute for
professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Users should not disregard or
delay in obtaining medical advice for any medical condition they may have and
should seek the assistance of their health care professionals for any such conditions.
...

BEN BIKMAN | TOO THIN? …leptin will not signal: so …no ovulation no fertility

views May 19, 2024 2:08 pm

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presents episode 1896 | DR BEN BIKMAN with metabolic classroom

Original 5 video series: https://youtu.be/romvhnCrH9I

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We will never use corruptible, epidemiological survey research as causal science.
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presents episode 1895 | DRs STEPHEN PHINNEY & JEFF VOLEK

In fasted state measure blood sugar and insulin to 
answer the question: how much insulin required for you
to hold blood sugar stable?
-if insulin sensitive, little insulin needed
if IR, lots of insulin needed
-being IR makes you carb intolerant

A to Z Study, 2007, Gardner: 3 groups: one year…
high carb, medium carb, low carb
Result: low carb better initially and long term
More: When IR, and on high carb, did much worse
When IR, on low carb, did very well

Carb intolerance: many factors:
-when consuming carbs, when healthy, they are primarily
 being oxidized, used as fuel in muscle
-when carb intolerant, significant portion of carb intake
 being converted to body fat in
 the liver
-carb intolerance is mismanagement
 of carbs in the diet
-predictive of higher TG; increase in
 sdLDL; lower HDL; higher glucose

If reasonably carb tolerant, can begin increasing carbs
and monitor these biomarkers
-TG; sdLDL; HDL; glucose
For carb tolerant, upper end of carbs / day 100-150g
-if body weight is not excessive
-if they had carb intolerance before
Protein: "for me, 100-150g / day”
So, for 75kg [165 pound] man: 
carbs + protein = 1000 cal
fat needs to be 1500 cal

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Original video: https://youtu.be/OFD2q5iqevY?si=6QCRIRIqiZBpjyQb 

We will never use corruptible, epidemiological survey research as causal science.
For each short/sharable video, the original Youtube links are provided above.

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

We hope you find value for yourself in these videos &
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DISCLAIMER
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and do not constitute the practice of medicine, nursing or other 
professional health care services, including the giving of medical advice, 
and no doctor/patient relationship is formed. The use of information on this podcast 
or materials linked from this podcast is at the user’s own risk. 
The content of this podcast is not intended to be a substitute for 
professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Users should not disregard or 
delay in obtaining medical advice for any medical condition they may have and 
should seek the assistance of their health care professionals for any such conditions.

http://www.DoctorsToTrust.com
@doctorstotrust3552
presents episode 1895 | DRs STEPHEN PHINNEY & JEFF VOLEK

In fasted state measure blood sugar and insulin to
answer the question: how much insulin required for you
to hold blood sugar stable?
-if insulin sensitive, little insulin needed
if IR, lots of insulin needed
-being IR makes you carb intolerant

A to Z Study, 2007, Gardner: 3 groups: one year…
high carb, medium carb, low carb
Result: low carb better initially and long term
More: When IR, and on high carb, did much worse
When IR, on low carb, did very well

Carb intolerance: many factors:
-when consuming carbs, when healthy, they are primarily
being oxidized, used as fuel in muscle
-when carb intolerant, significant portion of carb intake
being converted to body fat in
the liver
-carb intolerance is mismanagement
of carbs in the diet
-predictive of higher TG; increase in
sdLDL; lower HDL; higher glucose

If reasonably carb tolerant, can begin increasing carbs
and monitor these biomarkers
-TG; sdLDL; HDL; glucose
For carb tolerant, upper end of carbs / day 100-150g
-if body weight is not excessive
-if they had carb intolerance before
Protein: "for me, 100-150g / day”
So, for 75kg [165 pound] man:
carbs + protein = 1000 cal
fat needs to be 1500 cal

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

doctorstotrust.com
virtahealth.com

Original video: https://youtu.be/OFD2q5iqevY?si=6QCRIRIqiZBpjyQb

We will never use corruptible, epidemiological survey research as causal science.
For each short/sharable video, the original Youtube links are provided above.

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

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

DISCLAIMER
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and do not constitute the practice of medicine, nursing or other
professional health care services, including the giving of medical advice,
and no doctor/patient relationship is formed. The use of information on this podcast
or materials linked from this podcast is at the user’s own risk.
The content of this podcast is not intended to be a substitute for
professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Users should not disregard or
delay in obtaining medical advice for any medical condition they may have and
should seek the assistance of their health care professionals for any such conditions.

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PHINNEY & VOLEK c3 | CLASSICc …study: low carb best for fat loss & maintenance

views May 19, 2024 12:39 am

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@doctorstotrust3552
presents episode 1895 | DRs STEPHEN PHINNEY & JEFF VOLEK

In fasted state measure blood sugar and insulin to
answer the question: how much insulin required for you
to hold blood sugar stable?
-if insulin sensitive, little insulin needed
if IR, lots of insulin needed
-being IR makes you carb intolerant

A to Z Study, 2007, Gardner: 3 groups: one year…
high carb, medium carb, low carb
Result: low carb better initially and long term
More: When IR, and on high carb, did much worse
When IR, on low carb, did very well

Carb intolerance: many factors:
-when consuming carbs, when healthy, they are primarily
being oxidized, used as fuel in muscle
-when carb intolerant, significant portion of carb intake
being converted to body fat in
the liver
-carb intolerance is mismanagement
of carbs in the diet
-predictive of higher TG; increase in
sdLDL; lower HDL; higher glucose

If reasonably carb tolerant, can begin increasing carbs
and monitor these biomarkers
-TG; sdLDL; HDL; glucose
For carb tolerant, upper end of carbs / day 100-150g
-if body weight is not excessive
-if they had carb intolerance before
Protein: "for me, 100-150g / day”
So, for 75kg [165 pound] man:
carbs + protein = 1000 cal
fat needs to be 1500 cal

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

doctorstotrust.com
virtahealth.com

Original video: https://youtu.be/OFD2q5iqevY?si=6QCRIRIqiZBpjyQb

We will never use corruptible, epidemiological survey research as causal science.
For each short/sharable video, the original Youtube links are provided above.

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

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

DISCLAIMER
The DoctorsToTrust videos are for general informational purposes only
and do not constitute the practice of medicine, nursing or other
professional health care services, including the giving of medical advice,
and no doctor/patient relationship is formed. The use of information on this podcast
or materials linked from this podcast is at the user’s own risk.
The content of this podcast is not intended to be a substitute for
professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Users should not disregard or
delay in obtaining medical advice for any medical condition they may have and
should seek the assistance of their health care professionals for any such conditions.
...

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@doctorstotrust3552 
presents episode 1894 | DRs STEPHEN PHINNEY & JEFF VOLEK

Most dietitians & doctors will tell you that ketones are
simply toxic byproducts of fat metabolism…
they only think of ketoacidosis--which requires ketones 
in the 15 to 20 range
-nutritional ketosis is in 1 to 3 range
-ketoacidosis is a flood that sweeps
 away bridges
-nutritional ketosis is in the lower
 range...like starvation ketosis, but
 body is burning body fat, not starving

Nutritional ketosis has the kidneys release salt …
-that is one reason BP drops while in ketosis
also:
-blood vessels change due to low carb eating

Volek
We have had positive effects on biomarkers…
-vascular function & BP improve through natriuresis
Functioning of blood vessels:
Brachial artery reactivity: measures 
how main artery in arm responds 
to hypoxic stimulus
-standard test to determine how
 well blood vessels are performing

Put people with metabolic syndrome [IR] onto ultra low
carb diet to induce ketosis for 12 weeks; checked on
how vessels responded after that
-result: improvement vs standard high carb diet
-looked at vessels' response after
 one high fat meal--had some
 dysfunction, so many said: 
 stay away from fat

When allowed more than a few weeks on high fat eating,
-get an improvement in blood vessel function
-improving endotheilial function
-cells that release nitric oxide function at higher level
 Phinney
Many studies of low carb are very
short term and show negative
results. Have to do 4 weeks or 
more for body to adapt

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

doctorstotrust.com 
virtahealth.com 

Original video: https://youtu.be/OFD2q5iqevY?si=6QCRIRIqiZBpjyQb 

We will never use corruptible, epidemiological survey research as causal science.
For each short/sharable video, the original Youtube links are provided above.

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

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

DISCLAIMER
The DoctorsToTrust videos are for general informational purposes only 
and do not constitute the practice of medicine, nursing or other 
professional health care services, including the giving of medical advice, 
and no doctor/patient relationship is formed. The use of information on this podcast 
or materials linked from this podcast is at the user’s own risk. 
The content of this podcast is not intended to be a substitute for 
professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Users should not disregard or 
delay in obtaining medical advice for any medical condition they may have and 
should seek the assistance of their health care professionals for any such conditions.

http://www.DoctorsToTrust.com
@doctorstotrust3552
presents episode 1894 | DRs STEPHEN PHINNEY & JEFF VOLEK

Most dietitians & doctors will tell you that ketones are
simply toxic byproducts of fat metabolism…
they only think of ketoacidosis--which requires ketones
in the 15 to 20 range
-nutritional ketosis is in 1 to 3 range
-ketoacidosis is a flood that sweeps
away bridges
-nutritional ketosis is in the lower
range...like starvation ketosis, but
body is burning body fat, not starving

Nutritional ketosis has the kidneys release salt …
-that is one reason BP drops while in ketosis
also:
-blood vessels change due to low carb eating

Volek
We have had positive effects on biomarkers…
-vascular function & BP improve through natriuresis
Functioning of blood vessels:
Brachial artery reactivity: measures
how main artery in arm responds
to hypoxic stimulus
-standard test to determine how
well blood vessels are performing

Put people with metabolic syndrome [IR] onto ultra low
carb diet to induce ketosis for 12 weeks; checked on
how vessels responded after that
-result: improvement vs standard high carb diet
-looked at vessels' response after
one high fat meal--had some
dysfunction, so many said:
stay away from fat

When allowed more than a few weeks on high fat eating,
-get an improvement in blood vessel function
-improving endotheilial function
-cells that release nitric oxide function at higher level
Phinney
Many studies of low carb are very
short term and show negative
results. Have to do 4 weeks or
more for body to adapt

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

doctorstotrust.com
virtahealth.com

Original video: https://youtu.be/OFD2q5iqevY?si=6QCRIRIqiZBpjyQb

We will never use corruptible, epidemiological survey research as causal science.
For each short/sharable video, the original Youtube links are provided above.

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

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

DISCLAIMER
The DoctorsToTrust videos are for general informational purposes only
and do not constitute the practice of medicine, nursing or other
professional health care services, including the giving of medical advice,
and no doctor/patient relationship is formed. The use of information on this podcast
or materials linked from this podcast is at the user’s own risk.
The content of this podcast is not intended to be a substitute for
professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Users should not disregard or
delay in obtaining medical advice for any medical condition they may have and
should seek the assistance of their health care professionals for any such conditions.

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PHINNEY & VOLEK c2 | CLASSICb. blood vessels’ NITRIC OXIDE production improves on keto

views May 18, 2024 8:21 pm

http://www.DoctorsToTrust.com
@doctorstotrust3552
presents episode 1894 | DRs STEPHEN PHINNEY & JEFF VOLEK

Most dietitians & doctors will tell you that ketones are
simply toxic byproducts of fat metabolism…
they only think of ketoacidosis--which requires ketones
in the 15 to 20 range
-nutritional ketosis is in 1 to 3 range
-ketoacidosis is a flood that sweeps
away bridges
-nutritional ketosis is in the lower
range...like starvation ketosis, but
body is burning body fat, not starving

Nutritional ketosis has the kidneys release salt …
-that is one reason BP drops while in ketosis
also:
-blood vessels change due to low carb eating

Volek
We have had positive effects on biomarkers…
-vascular function & BP improve through natriuresis
Functioning of blood vessels:
Brachial artery reactivity: measures
how main artery in arm responds
to hypoxic stimulus
-standard test to determine how
well blood vessels are performing

Put people with metabolic syndrome [IR] onto ultra low
carb diet to induce ketosis for 12 weeks; checked on
how vessels responded after that
-result: improvement vs standard high carb diet
-looked at vessels' response after
one high fat meal--had some
dysfunction, so many said:
stay away from fat

When allowed more than a few weeks on high fat eating,
-get an improvement in blood vessel function
-improving endotheilial function
-cells that release nitric oxide function at higher level
Phinney
Many studies of low carb are very
short term and show negative
results. Have to do 4 weeks or
more for body to adapt

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

doctorstotrust.com
virtahealth.com

Original video: https://youtu.be/OFD2q5iqevY?si=6QCRIRIqiZBpjyQb

We will never use corruptible, epidemiological survey research as causal science.
For each short/sharable video, the original Youtube links are provided above.

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

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

DISCLAIMER
The DoctorsToTrust videos are for general informational purposes only
and do not constitute the practice of medicine, nursing or other
professional health care services, including the giving of medical advice,
and no doctor/patient relationship is formed. The use of information on this podcast
or materials linked from this podcast is at the user’s own risk.
The content of this podcast is not intended to be a substitute for
professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Users should not disregard or
delay in obtaining medical advice for any medical condition they may have and
should seek the assistance of their health care professionals for any such conditions.
...

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@doctorstotrust3552 
presents episode 1893 | DRs STEPHEN PHINNEY & JEFF VOLEK

People with insulin resistance do much better when they
restrict carbs...they have Carb Intolerance
-like lactose or gluten intolerance: avoid eating this!
"Our research shows this is effective at reducing
 IR symptoms”

Volek
People with insulin resistance do much better when they
restrict carbs...they have Carb Intolerance
-like lactose or gluten intolerance: avoid eating this!
"Our research shows this is effective at reducing
 IR symptoms”
Phinney
When we eat primarily carbs, they 
become the first first line fuel

Body expects to burn carbs since we can store very 
little so, when eat a lot of carbs, they go to front of line
to be burned for fuel…
-fat gets stored in reserve
-if restrict carbs for a few weeks, 
 body adjusts and now fat becomes
 preferred fuel
-high octane fuel, but takes some 
 time for the transition period

This different fuel flow system in the body
-throughout history were times when our ancestors had
 to thrive on low carbs
-human physiology is easily adapted to get through that

What is best diet?
-people vary from one to another
-those with symptoms of IR will need ultra low carb 
 intake to get into keto adaptation
-body will produce ketones
For most in this situation, under 
50g carbs a day does it
-others may need to go lower

"For some, 25g a day is needed to get into ketosis 
 fuel system, others, who are carb tolerant, can eat up
 to 100g carbs a day and still get benefits of ketosis”
-diet must be individualized to find sweet spot for each
 person

You? 
In my 30s, 40s I could tolerate vast amounts of carbs…
-at 50, gained fat in middle, higher BP
-following popluar advice at the time:
 -lots of fruits & veggies
 -low saturated fat
 -low fat dairy
"My BP was getting dangerous”
Only diet that worked to lower BP
is carbs under 50g a day”

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

doctorstotrust.com 
virtahealth.com 

Original video: https://youtu.be/OFD2q5iqevY?si=6QCRIRIqiZBpjyQb 

We will never use corruptible, epidemiological survey research as causal science.
For each short/sharable video, the original Youtube links are provided above.

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

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

DISCLAIMER
The DoctorsToTrust videos are for general informational purposes only 
and do not constitute the practice of medicine, nursing or other 
professional health care services, including the giving of medical advice, 
and no doctor/patient relationship is formed. The use of information on this podcast 
or materials linked from this podcast is at the user’s own risk. 
The content of this podcast is not intended to be a substitute for 
professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Users should not disregard or 
delay in obtaining medical advice for any medical condition they may have and 
should seek the assistance of their health care professionals for any such conditions.

http://www.DoctorsToTrust.com
@doctorstotrust3552
presents episode 1893 | DRs STEPHEN PHINNEY & JEFF VOLEK

People with insulin resistance do much better when they
restrict carbs...they have Carb Intolerance
-like lactose or gluten intolerance: avoid eating this!
"Our research shows this is effective at reducing
IR symptoms”

Volek
People with insulin resistance do much better when they
restrict carbs...they have Carb Intolerance
-like lactose or gluten intolerance: avoid eating this!
"Our research shows this is effective at reducing
IR symptoms”
Phinney
When we eat primarily carbs, they
become the first first line fuel

Body expects to burn carbs since we can store very
little so, when eat a lot of carbs, they go to front of line
to be burned for fuel…
-fat gets stored in reserve
-if restrict carbs for a few weeks,
body adjusts and now fat becomes
preferred fuel
-high octane fuel, but takes some
time for the transition period

This different fuel flow system in the body
-throughout history were times when our ancestors had
to thrive on low carbs
-human physiology is easily adapted to get through that

What is best diet?
-people vary from one to another
-those with symptoms of IR will need ultra low carb
intake to get into keto adaptation
-body will produce ketones
For most in this situation, under
50g carbs a day does it
-others may need to go lower

"For some, 25g a day is needed to get into ketosis
fuel system, others, who are carb tolerant, can eat up
to 100g carbs a day and still get benefits of ketosis”
-diet must be individualized to find sweet spot for each
person

You?
In my 30s, 40s I could tolerate vast amounts of carbs…
-at 50, gained fat in middle, higher BP
-following popluar advice at the time:
-lots of fruits & veggies
-low saturated fat
-low fat dairy
"My BP was getting dangerous”
Only diet that worked to lower BP
is carbs under 50g a day”

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

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PHINNEY & VOLEK c1 | CLASSICa… fat is HIGH OCTANE FUEL …from individualized diet

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presents episode 1893 | DRs STEPHEN PHINNEY & JEFF VOLEK

People with insulin resistance do much better when they
restrict carbs...they have Carb Intolerance
-like lactose or gluten intolerance: avoid eating this!
"Our research shows this is effective at reducing
IR symptoms”

Volek
People with insulin resistance do much better when they
restrict carbs...they have Carb Intolerance
-like lactose or gluten intolerance: avoid eating this!
"Our research shows this is effective at reducing
IR symptoms”
Phinney
When we eat primarily carbs, they
become the first first line fuel

Body expects to burn carbs since we can store very
little so, when eat a lot of carbs, they go to front of line
to be burned for fuel…
-fat gets stored in reserve
-if restrict carbs for a few weeks,
body adjusts and now fat becomes
preferred fuel
-high octane fuel, but takes some
time for the transition period

This different fuel flow system in the body
-throughout history were times when our ancestors had
to thrive on low carbs
-human physiology is easily adapted to get through that

What is best diet?
-people vary from one to another
-those with symptoms of IR will need ultra low carb
intake to get into keto adaptation
-body will produce ketones
For most in this situation, under
50g carbs a day does it
-others may need to go lower

"For some, 25g a day is needed to get into ketosis
fuel system, others, who are carb tolerant, can eat up
to 100g carbs a day and still get benefits of ketosis”
-diet must be individualized to find sweet spot for each
person

You?
In my 30s, 40s I could tolerate vast amounts of carbs…
-at 50, gained fat in middle, higher BP
-following popluar advice at the time:
-lots of fruits & veggies
-low saturated fat
-low fat dairy
"My BP was getting dangerous”
Only diet that worked to lower BP
is carbs under 50g a day”

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GARY FETTKE | DRIVEN …fructose DRIVES gout; high BP; inflammation

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presents episode 1892 | DR GARY FETTKE

Original 4 video series: https://youtu.be/XRupqtdpKeA.

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BEN HUR BIKMAN | MUSCLE LPL …more LPL in muscle = MORE FUEL

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presents episode 1891 | DR BEN BIKMAN

Original 3 video series:https://youtu.be/yHSvaAOdfag

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TIM NOAKES | MUSCLE …key to healthy, robust longevity—forget fat loss

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presents episode 1890 | DR TIM NOAKES

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presents episode 1889 | DR PAUL MASON

Genetics is often blamed for Alzheimers...  
-APOE4 gene found on 19th chromosome, comes in 3
 flavors: APOE2, APOE3, APOE4
-everyone gets one from each parent, and if you get 
 both APOE4, have strongest 5X risk of Alzheimers
"Genetics is not fate”
But whether you get it or not
is dependent upon your
metabolic health

Those in good metabolic health, regardless of their 
APOE4 status, do NOT have increased risk of Alzheimers
-the APOE gene serves as blueprint for this protein
 which is embedded within the membrane of HDL
 cholesterol particles
-HDL in brain act as a
 Natural Defense against
 beta amyloid plaque
 deposition

HDL particles in brain actually Remove beta amyloid…
-APOE3 variant is by far most common
-less common APOE4 gets all the bad press
 it is especially susceptible to damage due to its unique
 molecular structure
Beta amyloid peptides can be 
damaged by sugar stress & 
oxidative stress from intake of
oxidized seed oils

APOE protein can also be damaged in the same ways…
-APOE4, due to molecular structure, is especially prone 
Clear evidence, from this paper, comparing APOE3
tendency to form advanced glycated end products to 
APOE4 protein:
APOE4 is damaged 
at 3X that of APOE3

If you carry APOE4, and are not metabolically healthy,
HDL particles in your brain, which remove toxic protein
deposits, are less likely to do that
-this tendency for glycation damage when not healthy
 metabolically is 
 WHY 5X higher 
 risk of Alzheimers

Consider: 98% of US adults, over 60, are not completely
metabolically healthy--that is why having APOE4 is bad
HOWEVER, if metabolically healthy into old age, then
having APOE4 gene likely does not matter…
-formation of
 advanced glycation
 end products is a 
 manifestation of metabolic 
 disease

Other consequences of having dysfunctional HDL
particles due to glycation and oxidative stress…
Study: activity of an enzyme, matrix metalloproteinase 9
-in normal HDL and in dysfunctional HDL
Clearly shown: when HDL particles are dysfuncational;
the activity of matrix 
metalloproteinase 9 
increased dramatically

matrix metalloproteinase 9 has been shown to interrupt
the blood-brain barrier...which prevents certain 
circulating substances, in our blood, from crossing into
the nervous system
-this disruption is an
 early biomarker of
 Alzheimers

Paper from last year, in Nature: increases in blood-brain
barrier dysfunction, caused by high matrix 
metalloproteinase 9 levels, were higher in those carrying
the APOE4 protein...making their HDL prone to damage
Link:  Carry APOE4; HDL more
likely to be damaged; reduces
your ability to remove beta
amyloid plaques & leads to 
disruption of blood-brain barrier

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Original video:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=muAvJ1y64PA 

We will never use corruptible, epidemiological survey research as causal science.
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None of this content is intended to be individual, personalized medical advice.

We hope you find value for yourself in these videos &
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and do not constitute the practice of medicine, nursing or other 
professional health care services, including the giving of medical advice, 
and no doctor/patient relationship is formed. The use of information on this podcast 
or materials linked from this podcast is at the user’s own risk. 
The content of this podcast is not intended to be a substitute for 
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delay in obtaining medical advice for any medical condition they may have and 
should seek the assistance of their health care professionals for any such conditions.

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@doctorstotrust3552
presents episode 1889 | DR PAUL MASON

Genetics is often blamed for Alzheimers...
-APOE4 gene found on 19th chromosome, comes in 3
flavors: APOE2, APOE3, APOE4
-everyone gets one from each parent, and if you get
both APOE4, have strongest 5X risk of Alzheimers
"Genetics is not fate”
But whether you get it or not
is dependent upon your
metabolic health

Those in good metabolic health, regardless of their
APOE4 status, do NOT have increased risk of Alzheimers
-the APOE gene serves as blueprint for this protein
which is embedded within the membrane of HDL
cholesterol particles
-HDL in brain act as a
Natural Defense against
beta amyloid plaque
deposition

HDL particles in brain actually Remove beta amyloid…
-APOE3 variant is by far most common
-less common APOE4 gets all the bad press
it is especially susceptible to damage due to its unique
molecular structure
Beta amyloid peptides can be
damaged by sugar stress &
oxidative stress from intake of
oxidized seed oils

APOE protein can also be damaged in the same ways…
-APOE4, due to molecular structure, is especially prone
Clear evidence, from this paper, comparing APOE3
tendency to form advanced glycated end products to
APOE4 protein:
APOE4 is damaged
at 3X that of APOE3

If you carry APOE4, and are not metabolically healthy,
HDL particles in your brain, which remove toxic protein
deposits, are less likely to do that
-this tendency for glycation damage when not healthy
metabolically is
WHY 5X higher
risk of Alzheimers

Consider: 98% of US adults, over 60, are not completely
metabolically healthy--that is why having APOE4 is bad
HOWEVER, if metabolically healthy into old age, then
having APOE4 gene likely does not matter…
-formation of
advanced glycation
end products is a
manifestation of metabolic
disease

Other consequences of having dysfunctional HDL
particles due to glycation and oxidative stress…
Study: activity of an enzyme, matrix metalloproteinase 9
-in normal HDL and in dysfunctional HDL
Clearly shown: when HDL particles are dysfuncational;
the activity of matrix
metalloproteinase 9
increased dramatically

matrix metalloproteinase 9 has been shown to interrupt
the blood-brain barrier...which prevents certain
circulating substances, in our blood, from crossing into
the nervous system
-this disruption is an
early biomarker of
Alzheimers

Paper from last year, in Nature: increases in blood-brain
barrier dysfunction, caused by high matrix
metalloproteinase 9 levels, were higher in those carrying
the APOE4 protein...making their HDL prone to damage
Link: Carry APOE4; HDL more
likely to be damaged; reduces
your ability to remove beta
amyloid plaques & leads to
disruption of blood-brain barrier

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Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=muAvJ1y64PA

We will never use corruptible, epidemiological survey research as causal science.
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None of this content is intended to be individual, personalized medical advice.

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

DISCLAIMER
The DoctorsToTrust videos are for general informational purposes only
and do not constitute the practice of medicine, nursing or other
professional health care services, including the giving of medical advice,
and no doctor/patient relationship is formed. The use of information on this podcast
or materials linked from this podcast is at the user’s own risk.
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PAUL MASON d4 | APOE4 …only higher risk for Alzheimers if metabolically UNHEALTHY

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presents episode 1889 | DR PAUL MASON

Genetics is often blamed for Alzheimers...
-APOE4 gene found on 19th chromosome, comes in 3
flavors: APOE2, APOE3, APOE4
-everyone gets one from each parent, and if you get
both APOE4, have strongest 5X risk of Alzheimers
"Genetics is not fate”
But whether you get it or not
is dependent upon your
metabolic health

Those in good metabolic health, regardless of their
APOE4 status, do NOT have increased risk of Alzheimers
-the APOE gene serves as blueprint for this protein
which is embedded within the membrane of HDL
cholesterol particles
-HDL in brain act as a
Natural Defense against
beta amyloid plaque
deposition

HDL particles in brain actually Remove beta amyloid…
-APOE3 variant is by far most common
-less common APOE4 gets all the bad press
it is especially susceptible to damage due to its unique
molecular structure
Beta amyloid peptides can be
damaged by sugar stress &
oxidative stress from intake of
oxidized seed oils

APOE protein can also be damaged in the same ways…
-APOE4, due to molecular structure, is especially prone
Clear evidence, from this paper, comparing APOE3
tendency to form advanced glycated end products to
APOE4 protein:
APOE4 is damaged
at 3X that of APOE3

If you carry APOE4, and are not metabolically healthy,
HDL particles in your brain, which remove toxic protein
deposits, are less likely to do that
-this tendency for glycation damage when not healthy
metabolically is
WHY 5X higher
risk of Alzheimers

Consider: 98% of US adults, over 60, are not completely
metabolically healthy--that is why having APOE4 is bad
HOWEVER, if metabolically healthy into old age, then
having APOE4 gene likely does not matter…
-formation of
advanced glycation
end products is a
manifestation of metabolic
disease

Other consequences of having dysfunctional HDL
particles due to glycation and oxidative stress…
Study: activity of an enzyme, matrix metalloproteinase 9
-in normal HDL and in dysfunctional HDL
Clearly shown: when HDL particles are dysfuncational;
the activity of matrix
metalloproteinase 9
increased dramatically

matrix metalloproteinase 9 has been shown to interrupt
the blood-brain barrier...which prevents certain
circulating substances, in our blood, from crossing into
the nervous system
-this disruption is an
early biomarker of
Alzheimers

Paper from last year, in Nature: increases in blood-brain
barrier dysfunction, caused by high matrix
metalloproteinase 9 levels, were higher in those carrying
the APOE4 protein...making their HDL prone to damage
Link: Carry APOE4; HDL more
likely to be damaged; reduces
your ability to remove beta
amyloid plaques & leads to
disruption of blood-brain barrier

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

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lowcarbdownunder.com.au

Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=muAvJ1y64PA

We will never use corruptible, epidemiological survey research as causal science.
For each short/sharable video, the original Youtube links are provided above.

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

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

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and no doctor/patient relationship is formed. The use of information on this podcast
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The content of this podcast is not intended to be a substitute for
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