Dr. Stephen Phinney: Is a ketogenic diet safe for your heart?

Dr. Stephen Phinney: Is a ketogenic diet safe for your heart?

Stephen Phinney, MD, Ph.D and Amy McKenzie, Ph.D discuss low carbohydrate nutrition research in a Facebook Live on March 8, 2018.

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Stephen Phinney, MD, Ph.D and Amy McKenzie, Ph.D, are scientists and researchers as well as collaborators on a recent clinical trial examining a technology-supported and medically-supervised ketogenic intervention. 

Stephen Phinney, MD, Ph.D is the Chief Medical Officer and Co-Founder of Virta Health, the first clinically-proven treatment to safely and sustainably reverse type 2 diabetes without medications or surgery. Amy McKenzie, Ph.D is a senior research scientist at Virta Health.

3002 – Food for Thought – Walter Veith

3002 – Food for Thought – Walter Veith

There are many risk factors that affect our health. If we look at the studies behind the common health concerns we will notice how lifestyle diseases are at the top of every list.

In this knowledge-filled lecture with Walter Veith we will look at the importance of diet. What is the food that is perfect for a healthy brain? The brain consumes glucose for energy. How do we keep our glucose levels high healthfully to maintain a healthy mind? What are the key fruits and vegetables that contribute to healthy brains?

Get Rid of Alcohol Addiction, शराब की लत से मिलेगा छुटकारा, Nocohol Tablets | Health Guru

Get Rid of Alcohol Addiction, शराब की लत से मिलेगा छुटकारा, Nocohol Tablets | Health Guru

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How does your diet impact mental health?

How does your diet impact mental health?

Government figures show more than 16 million American adults report having a major episode of depression in the past year. Women are affected more often than men. A new field of study, nutritional psychiatry, looks at how diet can improve mental health. Dr. Tara Narula joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss the findings.

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LIVE IT: Reduce Risk of Chronic Diseases with a Vegetarian Diet

LIVE IT: Reduce Risk of Chronic Diseases with a Vegetarian Diet

Want to decrease your chances of chronic disease? Researchers found that a vegetarian diet does just that.
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Patricia Kelikani (Host)
Health Journalist
Ever crave a juicy steak or tender serving of filet mignon? Well, you may be better off craving something other than red meat.

Dr. Mark Reeves (Host)
Surgical Oncologist
A team of researchers at Loma Linda University Health have been investigating lifestyle and health for nearly 60 years in what’s known as the Adventist Health Studies. What they found is those who eat a vegetarian diet have a lower risk for chronic diseases, which ultimately translates into longer, healthier living.

Dr. Michael Orlich
Assistant Professor of Preventive Medicine
In our study, the vegetarians compared to the non-vegetarians do have a lower risk of chronic disease, a lower risk of high blood pressure, lower risk of high cholesterol, a lower risk of diabetes and are less obese and a lower risk of dying from heart disease ultimately.”

Dr. Mark Reeves (Host)
The researchers recently discovered that vegetarians are 22 percent less likely to develop colorectal cancers—the second leading cause of cancer death in the United States.

Patricia Kelikani (Host)
So how can you start eating a vegetarian diet and experience the lifestyle benefits?
If giving up meat entirely is too much, why not reconsider how often you eat meat? For example, try eating only fish, or eat other meats only once a week to experience similar health benefits associated with a vegetarian lifestyle.
The second tip is to eat fewer refined foods like sugar, desserts, snack foods and fast food meals.

Dr. Mark Reeves (Host)
Instead we should eat more whole grains and natural foods like fruits, vegetables, legumes and nuts.

Dr. Michael Orlich
The closer you get to some kind of natural state, growing your own garden, shopping at a local farmer’s market. That can be very helpful.

Dr. Mark Reeves (Host)
If you commit to following these tips, you can enjoy the benefits of lowering your risk for chronic disease and living 6 to 9 years longer.

Patricia Kelikani (Host)
There’s your tip for the day on how you can live healthier, longer.

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How Biomarkers Can Improve the Drug Development Process

How Biomarkers Can Improve the Drug Development Process

Dr. Susan McCune of the FDA’s Center for Drug Evaluation and Research discusses some ways that biomarkers are being used to improve drug development. FDA recognizes biomarker development as a high priority area for future research and collaboration among stakeholders and is taking action to better understand biomarkers used in drug development. CDER’s Biomarker Qualification Program strives to make biomarker data publicly available by establishing a biomarker’s value for a particular context of use in drug development and regulatory review.
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Researchers Find Vegans may Lack Essential Nutrient Intake

Researchers Find Vegans may Lack Essential Nutrient Intake

The health benefits of a plant-based diet is well-known, but the question remains: Could vegans be at risk for deficiency of essential nutrients? A retrospective review by Mayo Clinic physicians recently published in the Journal of the American Osteopathic Association indicated that vegans should ensure adequate intake of a few nutrients.

According to a 2012 Gallup poll, two percent of the U.S. population follows a vegan diet, which is a strict plant-based diet that excludes all animal-derived foods. Increasingly, people are choosing to follow this diet for ethical, environmental, religious and health concerns. With the growing popularity of plant-based diets, the Mayo Clinic team compiled a review of recent literature to monitor and advise vegans to ensure proper nutritional intake. Nutrients of concern are vitamin B-12, iron, calcium, vitamin D, protein and omega-3 fatty acids.

“We found that some of these nutrients, which can have implications in neurologic disorders, anemia, bone strength and other health concerns, can be deficient in poorly planned vegan diets,” says Heather Fields, M.D., Community and Internal Medicine at Mayo Clinic in Arizona. Contrary to popular belief, “Vegans have not been shown to be deficient in protein intake or in any specific amino acids.”

The study points out that some vegans rely heavily on processed foods and may not eat a sufficient variety of fruits, vegetables and whole grains. A whole food, plant-based diet is commendable, and a well-planned vegan diet can be adequate to achieve proper nutrition, but requires some education.

The Mayo Clinic review team recommends that health care providers monitor vegan patients for adequate blood levels of vitamin B-12, iron’, ferritin, calcium and vitamin D.