Learn how to avoid blood sugar dips and spikes throughout the day. Discover how you can lift brain fog and protect yourself against Alzheimer’s through diet. And benefit from tips on how to shore up your gut health to avoid chronic illness and improve your immune system.
All of this in just one episode?! Yes! This is a “highlight reel” from the top three episodes of 2017! NTP Lindsea Willon’s shares practical tips on how to avoid getting “hangry.” Author Amy Berger has sound dietary suggestions for lifting brain fog. And microbiologist Kiran Krishnan gives us hope for better gut health and avoiding chronic disease.
Three-in-one is our year-end gift to you!
Eager to hear more? Click here for each of the original episodes from which this one was compiled:
#88 Get off the sugar rollercoaster w/ Lindsea Willon
#70 The antidote to Alzheimer’s w/ Amy Berger
#84 Ground zero of most health disorders w/ Kiran Krishnan
Highlights from the three interviews include:
Segment from #88 Get off the sugar rollercoaster
• how our bodies utilize sugars and fats
• why fruits and starchy veggies should be eaten in moderation and in combination with fats
• how excess sugar consumption can lead to weight gain, insulin resistance, hormonal imbalance, and diabetes
• the normalization of dysfunctional states (like being “hangry”)
• the importance of not eating sugar “unopposed”
• How movement can help us remove sugar from the blood
Segment from #70 The antidote to Alzheimer’s
• why Alzheimer’s has been called “Type 3 Diabetes” or Diabetes of the Brain
• why there is a type of “energy crisis” in the brains of those who suffer with Alzheimer’s
• an explanation of the condition of “hypo-metabolism”
• the benefits of introducing ketones into the diet while reducing carbohydrates
• the definition of Ketones, an alternative fuel for the brain
• helps for alleviating brain fog and Alzheimer’s patients
Segment from #84 Ground zero of most health disorders
• how the mucosa layer is key to immunity and good health
• why inflammation accompanies illness
• how toxins threaten gut health
• how to protect our guts from disruptions to a healthy microbiome
• how gut bacteria can regenerate cells that have been damaged
• Why spore-forming probiotics were designed by nature to protect our systems
For resources mentioned, see the show notes from each of the original episodes.