Brain Foods for Brain Health – Boost Brain Health with Good Eats

Brain Foods for Brain Health – Boost Brain Health with Good Eats

Alright i love the crowd already. You’re great. And the difference between you and the students is they’re 18 to 22 year-olds. You can figure out what makes you different after that but i don’t think we’re a whole lot different. Ok so what I want to start all of us thinking about is brain […]

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[Preview] The common and the right way to help patients – Jen & David Unwin

[Preview] The common and the right way to help patients – Jen & David Unwin

So, what we’re going to do next is to compare and contrast in a role-play, because we know you love our role-plays, if you have seen them before. We’re going to compare, firstly, the sort of typical consultation that people do, which is dig around and find a problem and then give a heavy dose […]

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A worldwide food revolution — Kim Gajraj

A worldwide food revolution — Kim Gajraj

I’m here to talk to you about a global good revolution. I have a Masters in international development, I’m English, but I now live in Stockholm, Sweden, where I work as an editor of DietDoctor in Spanish. I discovered a low carb diet in around 2011. I found it via intermittent fasting, I started researching […]

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[Preview] What about fiber? – Dr. Zoë Harcombe, PhD

[Preview] What about fiber? – Dr. Zoë Harcombe, PhD

And we are asked to eat starchy foods which then replenishes our glycogen. That’s the many sugars of the digestible form. And we then have indigestible many sugars and they come in a soluble version which would be things like beans or oats and that means they dissolve or swell in water and then there […]

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[Preview] Harnessing evolution during cancer therapy — Dawn Lemanne, MD

[Preview] Harnessing evolution during cancer therapy — Dawn Lemanne, MD

Let’s see how we can use some of these tools in oncology. This is a prostate cancer, the yellow tumor on the right side of your screen, you can see there. Prostate cancers don’t kill patients by growing in the prostate. The prostate gland can be removed and the patient will live. Prostate cancers, like […]

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[Preview] Being pregnant and in ketosis — Lily Nichols

[Preview] Being pregnant and in ketosis — Lily Nichols

Interestingly, as you dip into what’s actually happening during pregnancy physiologically, you see there’s a tendency to develop ketosis, sometimes ketones go up two to three fold from baseline, for anybody who has been low-carb or keto and has monitored ketones pre pregnancy, and then gets pregnant, they notice that they slip into ketosis much […]

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[Preview] If you can’t handle carbs, eat less! – Dr. Jake Kushner

[Preview] If you can’t handle carbs, eat less! – Dr. Jake Kushner

And so this is a very typical chart from a large children’s hospital and it describes children from a range of ages and it makes suggestions about the recommended carb amount per age of child. And you can see that if you had a boy between 9 and 13 years of age, you’re asked to […]

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[Preview] How cholesterol really works – presentation with Dave Feldman

[Preview] How cholesterol really works – presentation with Dave Feldman

Let me tell you a little secret. You’ve probably heard a lot about carbs, protein and fat and I’m willing to bet you’ve heard plenty about how carbs and protein can ultimately turn into glucose and you’ve heard plenty about how fat can turn into ketones. And I’m here to tell you that you’re not […]

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