Applied - lecture 1
Applied - lecture 1 KIN202
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Date Created: 02/01/15
Applied Nutrition lecture 1 January 14 2015 TA Samson Magid Hours MW 114 T 92 smagidumiamiedu quotWhat we do for ourselves in the future will far exceed what science and medicine can do for usquot Surgeon General 1967 the General is talking mostly about cigarettes during this time Chronic Diseases all associated with sudden death syndrome also all consume highly processed food Parkinson s Alzheimer s stroke heart disease cancer diabetes airway disease TED X video Dr Terry Wahls physician she has MS chronic disease no cure her diseased transitioned brain shrinks fish oil creatine and coenzyme 10 helped protect mitochondria in rodents she tried to consume these things and her disease declined more slowly myelin insulation for wiring brain needs a lot of B vitamins vitamins Bl B9 B12 omega 3 fatty acids and iodine to make this myelin brain needs sulfur and vitamin B6 to make neurotransmitters without your mitochondria you would be no larger than bacteria need B vitamins sulfur and antioxidants for your mitochondria to th ve NEED THESE NUTRIENTS FROM FOOD to help brain and mitochondria but no one knew where these nutrients were in food except for the internet she designed food plan for her brain and mitochondria LECTURE these are phytochemicals another aspect of eating whole food is bioavailability folate comes in green leafy vegetables important for protein synthesis people recommend folic acid in vitamin form BUT folic acid pills don t get converted very well to folate therefore whole foods are sometimes more helpful than vitamins or supplements mitochondria is where we reverse photosynthesis enzymes are different vitamins green leafy vegetables have B vitamins and B vitamins are very bioavailable in plants BACK TO VIDEO Recommended Daily Allowance if the MINIMUM of what you need bood vessels become more stiff as we age many people become diabetic or obese the hunter gatherer diet ate better than we do their diet has more nutrition than the American diabetes diet the food pyramid diet etc DIET 3 cups of green leaves rich with vitamins B A C K and minerals 3 cups of color 3 cups of grass fed meat seafood 3 cups of sulfur rich vegetables Kale more nutrition per calorie than any veggie try cooked kale with pepper olive oil and nutritional yeast have a plate full of daily greens reduces risk of cataracts should have more green smoothies or kale chips 3 cups of sulfur rich vegetables cabbage broccoli cauli ower brussel sprouts turnips kale onions chives mushrooms apragus 3 cups of different colors avonoids polyphenols will support retinas you can get your colors from beets carrots peppers red cabbage peaches oranges their skin protects the food from oxidation 3 cups of wild sh rich in omega 3 fatty acids fatt acids insulates brain and is critical in development ofjaw so you can have straight teeth and myelin you also need grass fed meet organ meats vitamins minerals and coenzyme Q liver and onion heart toung etc seaweed iodine iodine helps make myelin and helps remove toxins have seaweed once a week eat berries will cost more but you will pay the price her hunter gatherer diet helped her in a huge way become a modern day hunter gatherer END OF VIDEO nutrition can be more affective than some medicines you rst must maintain a healthy body weight THIS IS MOST IMPORTANT there is a chronic disease epidemic in the US obesity is one the major causes of this there is over 30 billion dollars spent per year on medical research yet none of these disease have been cured 1 in 3 children are expected to develop diseases in their lifetime 2 in 3 minority children Diabetes is the leading cause of kidney failure adult blindness and limb amputations type 1 diabetes pancreas can make insulin and cant release it type 2 diseases pancreas can make insulin but release it as blood sugar in our body we have 5 grams of blood sugar if that goes up to a tablespoon you are dead so that is why we have to regulate blood sugar most dangerous type od obesity is the type in the central abdominal area deveoping countries malnutrition deveoped countries chronic disease
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