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Old Tue, Apr-23-24, 10:11
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Another podcast interview with Dr Casey Means and Dr Lyon on the book to be published May 14th. [in low carb books thread]
The missing piece to better health/optimizing metabolic health
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Americans are getting sicker year after year, despite ever-increasing healthcare spending. Dr. Means believes we are focusing on the wrong problem entirely. Metabolic dysfunction. In this podcast, expect to learn about the world of cellular health, the five pillars that contribute to optimal function, the best ways to nourish your cells with the right nutrients and foods, the unique needs of women's health, including hormonal considerations and why fasting might not be the best approach for women (especially during pregnancy). This podcast also sheds light on the connection between fertility and metabolic health and the 5 biomarkers you can get checked for FREE during your yearly physical to gain valuable insights into your metabolic health. We also touch on how simple changes in your eating habits can significantly lower your risk of disease. This episode is packed with valuable insights into how you can optimize your metabolism and cellular health for a longer, healthier life.

The five metabolic markers are very basic, but are what UNC Research used for that often quoted 93% Americans are metabolically unhealthy. Dr Means, Lyon and many others use stricter limits to define healthy.
https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podca...i=1000653323816

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Old Tue, Apr-30-24, 03:29
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When Women's World features Dr Lyon and a High Protein Diet for Weight Loss, you know that Keto is well and truly over
It use to have Dr Westman articles and all the Keto recipe blogs on repeat 2017-2019, now It's all about Protein and being Strong! I use Women's World as a Diet Popularity Index in the "real world" rather than diet forums nd FB pages. Protein is all over the grocery check-out tabloids…but priortise seafood, poultry and lean meat over Fudge made with Protein Powder.

I Lost 130 lbs at Age 53!” — Here’s the Protein Combo That Builds Muscle + Boosts Weight Loss
“I lost more after age 50 than I ever did when I was younger!" — Sheryl Sealy

https://www.womansworld.com/posts/w...uscle-for-women

Ps: I lost more weight at 70 than I did at 35, the first time I reached my ideal body weight since 1985, and with more muscle (my muscle is still a work in progress!)

PPS: somehow i had dropped Dr Ranjan Chatterjee's podcast Feel Better, Live More, there are now 450 episodes!
Catching up on a few favorites, Dr Lyon's interview was in 2 parts:
https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podca...i=1000641842102

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Old Tue, May-21-24, 04:29
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Is anyone adding the casein shake near bedtime that is mentioned in the book?
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Old Tue, May-21-24, 05:56
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I don't mainly because Dr Layman believes the slower protein digestion with casein is a negative, not a positive.
Minute 42: https://youtu.be/-8Logf5zdEU?si=g2N3KtGuG0FXX3h3
I only use 1 scoop of whey a day in early/mid-afternoon, so it fits my schedule and food plan better. Casein is better if taken at night to take advantage of that slow digestion…let us know how it works for you.

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Thanks for the link Janet. I think I will just stick with the whey!
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I am likewise sticking with whey. My brand is Naked Whey, but it is all protein. They put a lot of stuff in the pre-mixes, more than I had thought.
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I am likewise sticking with whey. My brand is Naked Whey, but it is all protein. They put a lot of stuff in the pre-mixes, more than I had thought.


Thanks for prompting me to take a closer look at the additives in my whey powder. I will use what I have on hand and pay closer attention when I need to buy more .
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