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(5499) Kein Stress mit dem Gewicht - Faszination Wissen - ganze Sendung vom 11.5.2015 - YouTube
20:00 "stress esser" //&! http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-42788280 - Chronic stress disrupts our sleep and our blood sugar levels. This leads to increased hunger and comfort eating. &! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gxb1A3Q1vC8 - Escaping The Dietary Pleasure Trap - Alan Goldhamer DC - FULL TALK eg ice cream cold is too sweet. // Book Salt Sugar Fat.
fast  food  self-medication  abuse  junk  western  diet  S.A.D.  public  health  chronic  stress  poverty  trap  hormones  signals  reward  salt  sugar  fat  evolution  CVD  obesity  overweight  Cancer  dopamine  cortisol  metabolism  emotions  sickcare  mental  NHS  prevention  healthcare  exploitation  food–industrial  lobby  complex  vested  interest  weightloss  bariatric  surgery  diabetes  shiftwork  circadian  rhythm  sleep  Hygiene  alcohol  alcoholism  superficial  artificial  pleasure  processed 
january 2018 by asterisk2a
Diabetes: Auch Normalgewichtige können hohes Risiko haben - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Etwa jeder Fünfte leidet trotz Normalgewicht unter einem ungesunden Stoffwechsel. Besonders gefährdet sind Menschen, die an den Beinen fast kein Fett abspeichern - dafür aber am Bauch.
diabetes  metabolic  CVD  obesity  overweight  skinny  fat  inactive  chronic  sick  population  disease  metabolism  Cancer  inflammation  immune  system 
august 2017 by asterisk2a
Why do people put on differing amounts of weight? - BBC News
Other things, such as stress levels, exercise and sleep can all affect our blood glucose responses, so the research team made me log everything I did throughout the day on a little phone app. //>> Written it in such a way as it is an excuse to stay overweight/obese - being A&E Doc and having PCOS ( nutritionfacts.org/?s=PCOS ). As the heavy bones have been a myth. Blaming you'r genetics will be a myth too eventually, as we can change many of out gene expressions - epigenetics, gut flora and how well our body fends off cancer through; Whole-Food Plant-Based Diet & Exercise. And fat is not fat. Animal Fat and Animal Products are much worse on the body in terms of developing insulin resistance than lets say fat from whole nuts or processed vegetable oils; nutritionfacts.org/?s=insulin+resistance &! nutritionfacts.org/video/if-white-rice-is-linked-to-diabetes-what-about-china/ &! &! They still use GI. Stupid! It's GL glycemic load one should have a look on.
epigenetics  Gut  Flora  insulin  resistance  metabolism  metabolic  syndrome  Leaky  Whole-Food  Plant-Based  Diet  Food  Politics  industry  lobbyist  lobby  Lobbying  medical  research  medical  profession  medical  advances  sick  population  chronic  diseases  chronic  low-grade  inflammation  health  crisis  Glycemic  Load  Glycemic  Index  Sleep  hygiene 
january 2016 by asterisk2a
Why Juice Fast/Cleanses Suck || #17 of 30 - YouTube
quick fix, for summer. // Selling you something to give you health. don't make millions with broccoli. doesn't sell well. //&! http://nutritionfacts.org/?s=fiber // reducing childhood obesity by removing 100% juice, targeted - marketed - advertised at kids, to get their 5 a day! but its concentrate with sugar! its engineered food! // EAT WHOLE PLANT FOODS!
Dietary  Fiber  Fiber  dieting  fad  diet  Standard  American  diet-related  disease  Western  pattern  diet  diet  chronic  diseases  overweight  obesity  epidemic  obesity  society  lifestyle  microbiome  Gut  Flora  epigenetics  Prebiotics  Probiotics  IBS  Reizdarm  indigestion  digestion  inflammatory  bowel  disease  bowel  cancer  childhood  obesity  food  industry  Big  Sugar  marketing  advertisement  metabolic  syndrome  metabolism  diabetes  heart  disease  constipation  chronic  low-grade  inflammation  inflammation  junk  food  food  engineering  Politics  Whole-Food  Plant-Based  processed  food  food  poverty  child  abuse  public  health  policy  public  health  prevention  intervention  GP 
december 2015 by asterisk2a
The Biggest Loser Exposed | World's Worst Diets - YouTube
// can't do without support system and intrinsic motivation, passion, vision, mission >> money is a motivator to shed pounds. but once its over. its back to substance abuse! addictive food. engineered food. anabolic (insulin) food (meat, dairy), IGF-1 food (meat, dairy). // reflective of society for the quick fix. and then back to bad habits. feeding literally your substance abuse, emotional imbalance, addiction brain (evolution) - bliss point of engineered food. // Snake oil. //&! 40 year old 650lb virgin & Biggest Loser Rachel Frederickson - youtu.be/0kJHOOV8BO8 "Q: You think you can keep the weight off? A: I sure hope so." ... so keep the weight off ... keep calorie restricting while on standard American diet w fat and protein making up 50% or more of your macros? Hope is not even enough for that, long-term! //&! as soon as you stop the caloric restriction (famine state), body saves, you balloon, put on more than you've lost - youtu.be/3dQODOabf6U
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october 2015 by asterisk2a
Are night shifts killing me? - BBC News
impairment of cognition, cognitive function! impaired recovery (method) for brain (and body as a whole)! It's false places vanity to claim to get over with less sleep than 6hrs. // bbc.in/1M36BE8 &! Are night shifts killing me? - bbc.in/1SG209a // hard wired to sleep at night. even organs // bbc.in/1fHEU5o - Alarm clocks may be set at 3am, but body clocks never get used to the night shift (regardless of how much sleep an individual gets). This can disrupt the rhythm of vital gene activity. Night workers are likely to sleep less and less well than those keeping daytime hours, as they try to get their shut-eye while the rest of the street cuts its grass and revs its engines in the full glare of daylight. Those starting work at 4am are thought to have the mental prowess of those who’ve downed a few whiskies, which may explain a higher rate of work injuries at night than in the day. Cause of cancer. Brain drain. Feeling down. Also pitted to eat more and unhealthy!
night  shift  circadian  rythm  Sleep  hygiene  deprivation  cognitive  funtion  REM  body  clock  sick  population  public  health  policy  public  health  epigenetics  metabolism  premature  ageing  chronic  low-grade  inflammation  chronic  stress  Ghrelin  neurobiology  neurology  neuroscience 
september 2015 by asterisk2a
▶ BBC Radio 5 live - In Short, 'My fiancé died after taking diet pills'
[ speaks of not being, the public, educated enough about dieting - forever diet vs fad diet ] // Pharmacists are warning that people who take high caffeine diet pills could be putting their lives in danger. In the past year at least four deaths in the UK have been linked to caffeine supplements. [...] symptoms of overdose include palpitations, high blood pressure, vomiting and convulsions. [...] A coroner ruled that Chris's death was due to caffeine toxicity.
diet  western  lifestyle  short-term  thinking  short-term  view  caffeine  supplement  Coffee  metabolism  dieting  yo-yo  dieting  yo-yo  effect  fad  diet  Vegan  omnivore  Standard  American  pattern  diet  western  diet  obesity  epidemic  obesity  overweight  Forever  Fast  Food  junk  Food  Chain  processed  public  health  public  health  policy  health  crisis  sick  population  vitamin  supplement 
july 2015 by asterisk2a
Is the obesity crisis hiding a bigger problem? : TrueReddit
This talk could have been simplified down to just a few sentences. New evidence shows metabolic illness might precede obesity, but the ultimate cause of the metabolic illness can only be speculated on. A more nuanced discussion on why this seems to be a recent problem, possible pathways for the acquisition of this illness, and effective ways to combat it would have been helpful in favor of the meandering emotional stuff, but that's TED for you. Spun sugar that looks like broccoli.
metabolism  metabolic  syndrome  metabolic  illness  diabetes  obesity  obesity  epidemic  western  lifestyle  pattern  diet  Standard  American  dietary  cholesterol  western  diet  Fast  Food  processed  omnivore  active  lifestyle  standing  desk  public  health  policy  public  health  health  crisis  health  science 
august 2014 by asterisk2a
Russell Foster: Why do we sleep? - YouTube
when you sleep certain genes are switched on, responsible for restoration (recovery), energy savings, brain function (efficiency, learning, storing into long-term memory, creativity enhanced, problem solving enhanced), metabolism, .... ie study has shown people who have no REM sleep for 3 days turn shizophrenic. ie studies have shown, sleep deprivation slows down metabolism. body is stressed and slows down the metabolism. stress hormone cortisol goes up. you tend to eat more. get fat over time vs normal sleep and normal cortisol levels.
shift  work  immune  system  neurology  obesity  sleeping  education  creativity  micro  sleep  epigenetics  jet  lag  sleep  deprivation  judgement  Alcohol  drugs  metabolism  stress  learning  sleep  memory  Ghrelin  hygiene  body  clock  mental  health  metabolic  syndrome  problem  solving  alcoholism 
september 2013 by asterisk2a
Wie sich Fett auf den Stoffwechsel und die Gene auswirkt - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Fett zaubert nicht nur Polster auf die Hüften, es verändert auch Gene und Stoffwechsel. Forscher haben jetzt im Detail beobachtet, wie sich eine fettreiche Ernährung auf den Körper auswirkt. Demnach erhöht der Energieträger nicht nur Blutdruck und Hunger, sondern schraubt auch am Tag-Nacht-Rhythmus. >> Low-Fat (No Oil) Vegan Diet <<
body  fat  adipose  tissue  leptin  immune  system  diabetes  autoimmune  disease  obesity  public  health  policy  obesity  epidemic  sleeping  adipocytes  health  crisis  melatonin  epigenetics  endocrine  system  chronic  low-grade  inflammation  REM  sleep  inflammation  autoimmune  response  blood  pressure  metabolism  endocrine  disorders  sleep  Cardiovascular  disease  genetics  vegan  hygiene  metabolic  syndrome  DNA  gene  expression  endocrinology  public  health 
may 2013 by asterisk2a
The Optimal Diet - NYTimes.com
Dr. Dean Ornish op ed in the New York Times warns about dangers of low carb diets (http://nyti.ms/Pdkpei). I wrote a whole book about it, now online free at:

http://www.atkinsexposed.org/

Perhaps the biggest misconception is that as long as you lose weight, it doesn’t matter what you eat. But it does. Yet being thin and being healthy are not at all the same thing. Being overweight is not necessarily linked with disease or premature death. What you eat affects which diseases you may develop, regardless of whether you’re thin or fat. Some diets that may help you lose weight may be harmful to your health over time.

Vegan Diet + Regular Exercise + Stress Management = risisng probability of Good Health into old age (dying of age, not bc of a disease).

WHAT you eat is as important as what you exclude.
Book  Dean  Ornish  healthcare  health  crisis  Cardiovascular  disease  chronic  diseases  Amphetamines  metabolism  metabolic  rate  chromosome  DNA  telomere  epigenetics  diabetes  prostate  cancer  cancer  inflammation  stress-management  stress  Exercise  overweight  obesity  obesity  epidemic  coronary  artery  disease  coro  heart  disease  health  health  science  nutrition  diet  Atkins 
september 2012 by asterisk2a
Phys Ed: Exercise as Housecleaning for the Body - NYTimes.com
In the meantime, the study underscores, again, the importance of staying active. Both the control mice and the genetically modified group had “normal background levels of autophagy” during everyday circumstances, Dr. Levine points out. But this baseline level of cellular housecleaning wasn’t enough to protect them from developing diabetes in the face of a poor diet. Only when the control animals ran and pumped up their intracellular trash collection did they regain their health.

“I never worked out consistently before,” Dr. Levine says. But now, having witnessed how exercise helped scour the cells of the running mice, she owns a treadmill.
study  research  metabolism  health  aging  exercise 
february 2012 by asterisk2a

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