Scurvy, Citrus Fruits and the Expansion of the British Empire

Scurvy, Citrus Fruits and the Expansion of the British Empire

Scurvy is a disease that has plagued humanity for at least 5,000 years, as the first recorded case of scurvy occurred in ancient Egypt between 3800 and 3600 BC. This disease was at its most deadly during the Age of Discovery, as this was a period of time when European empires expanded their territory to mysterious lands across unknown oceans, beginning with the expansion of Portuguese power in the 15th…

Gut health’s important role in regulating inflammation | Peter Attia

Gut health’s important role in regulating inflammation | Peter Attia

[Rhonda]: So your approach seems to really look at insulin response. It’s looking at obviously the IGF-1, mTOR, dietary nutritional factors that are influencing those pathways and then, of course, the rest being fat. For me, I like to think about food as what you’re putting in your body not only to activate these pathways or try to keep the pathways from being too active. But also, I like to…

APOE 3/4 and APOB and their influence on Alzheimer’s and cardiovascular disease | Peter Attia

APOE 3/4 and APOB and their influence on Alzheimer’s and cardiovascular disease | Peter Attia

[Rhonda]: Yeah, ApoE. I’ve actually got one ApoE4 allele, so I’m very interested in ApoE and I’m actually writing a paper on ApoE4 and its role in Alzheimer’s right now. [Peter]: Well, I’ll tell you my take on that, which I’m sure you’ve seen the literature on it. But I actually think it’s the phenotype that matters more than the genotype. So in other words, I think it’s the amount…

Keto Breakfast Muffins with Ham, Cheddar, and Zucchini

Keto Breakfast Muffins with Ham, Cheddar, and Zucchini

– Hey guys, I’m Jennifer Banz, welcome back to Low Carb with Jennifer. Today I’m going to be making my zucchini, ham, and cheddar breakfast muffins. So the best thing about these zucchini muffins is how easy it is to grate the zucchini. We don’t have to squeeze any of the liquid out. This is almost, I don’t know, these were two, like medium size zucchinis. So this one, was…

Insulin, carbohydrates and the IGF-1 pathway’s role in cancer and aging | Peter Attia

Insulin, carbohydrates and the IGF-1 pathway’s role in cancer and aging | Peter Attia

[Peter]: Okay. So that’s the easy story. Now the hard one, IGF. Okay. So two schools of thought on this, I am in one camp but I will acknowledge the other camp. One camp says IGF-1 is driven exclusively by amino acids. The other camp says, no, it’s actually driven by amino acids and carbohydrates. And carbohydrates indirectly via insulin. So… [Rhonda]: Why are those mutually exclusive? I mean… [Peter]:…

Stop Calling Keto a Sugar Free Diet – Healthy Ketogenic Diet

Stop Calling Keto a Sugar Free Diet – Healthy Ketogenic Diet

hello everyone welcome to Mind Blowing Health and Wellness with Violet Pat Chat edition I’m Violet and I’m Pat and we make these videos to help people to understand the information that’s floating on the internet about keto about low-carb and basically about living your life in a much more healthy way so Patrick brings interesting articles podcasts videos what do we have today Patrick what do we have we…