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Peak Human - Unbiased Nutrition Info for Optimum Health, Fitness & Living

Part 140 - The Great Carbs vs. Fat Debate. How to fuel yourself after your baseline of animal protein w/ Dr. Jamie Seeman & Kate Deering

Wed, 13 Oct 2021

In this episode, I sat down with Kate Deering and Dr. Jamie Seeman for a fun discussion on nutrition and our metabolism. This was a great, civilized conversation between two people who have different approaches to nutrition. They both agree on a lot, including the importance of eating real foods, especially animal products, and avoiding highly processed foods like seed oils. They both have a great deal of experience in the department of women’s health and the effects of lifestyle on hormonal health.

Kate Deering is a respected personal trainer and holistic nutritional, exercise, and lifestyle coach. With more than 20 years experience in the health and fitness industry, she prides herself on her out-of-the-box methods that support metabolic health and improve health and body function. Kate has committed her life to finding the answers to optimal health, a high metabolism, and true happiness. Her own journey to health and happiness became the foundation of her teachings and helped her understand why health is not established with dieting and over-exercising but with self-love and an increase in cellular metabolism—usually achieved with eating more and working out less.

She is the author of the book: How to heal your metabolism and on instagram @katedeeringfitness

Dr Jaime Seeman is a board certified Obstetrician and Gynecologist practicing in Omaha, Nebraska. Born and raised in the state she played collegiate softball for the Cornhuskers. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition, Exercise and Health Sciences. She then went on to graduate medical school and completed her OBGYN residency at The University of Nebraska Medical Center. She currently is in private practice at Mid City OBGYN offering a full range of services in obstetrics, gynecology, robotic surgery and primary care. She is a fellow in Integrative Medicine at The University of Arizona School of Medicine. She is a board certified ketogenic nutrition specialist and has a passion for fitness, preventative medicine and ketogenic therapy not only in her medical practice but in her own life.

You can find her on instagram @doctorfitandfabulous

SHOW NOTES:

  • (7:45) Kate’s take on nutrition – the bioenergetic view
  • (9:45) Dr. Jamie Seeman’s nutrition strategy
  • (14:05) Why context matters & metabolic flexibility
  • (17:30) What’s our preferred fuel source?
  • (19:45) Is ketosis a stressful state?
  • (22:30) Glucose vs. Fat and ATP production
  • (26:00) How to start out with a pro-metabolic diet
  • (30:30) Problems with low fat diets
  • (34:30) Why we may want more carbs
  • (38:20) Concerns with Glycemic variability
  • (41:00) A low body temperature and the thyroid
  • (45:30) What constitutes a healthy metabolism?
  • (50:15) Women & chronic dieting
  • (51:20) Why not let the body produce its own glucose?
  • (56:00) The modern world creates chronic stress
  • (1:00:00) Is red meat a superfood?
  • (1:05:00) The problem with cruciferous vegetables

 

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Part 139 - Chris Irvin & Brian Sanders on Making Sense of Calories, Hunger, Diets, Bad Epidemiology, Vegan Propaganda, and True Human Health

Wed, 06 Oct 2021

This is an interesting episode that features Chris Irvin, M.S. who actually interviewed me on his podcast: Keto Answers. Chris is a health researcher, writer, and educator focusing on the impact of low carb and keto diets on health and human performance.

Chris has a master’s degree in exercise and nutrition science and spent his time in graduate school studying and conducting ketogenic research. Chris is the creator of the brand The Ketologist, which is known for producing social media infographics and educational health content. He is the author of Keto Answers, Mommy Do I Have to Eat This?, and is the education manager at Perfect Keto.

Check out his website: https://www.theketologist.com/ 

In the episode, we discuss what happened over a 40-year period that changed our food industry to this day, the problem with nutrition epidemiological studies, why a plant-based diet bias exists and how that’s negatively affecting us, why counting calories is ineffective and what to focus on instead, satiety signals, and so much more. You’ll also hear more about my story, Food Lies and how this differs from other nutritional documentaries out there.

SHOW NOTES

  • (4:40) Brian’s background
  • (7:35) Where Brian likes to eat in Austin, TX
  • (9:04) How Brian came up with his tagline for Food Lies
  • (10:04) Brian’s approach in Food Lies
  • (10:52) The science on ancestral nutrition principles and how it applies today
  • (12:51) What happened during a 40-year period in our history that’s still impacting us today
  • (14:40) Gary Taubes’ thoughts on what went wrong
  • (17:48) Vitamin K activating vitamin D
  • (18:15) The inherent problems with epidemiological studies
  • (19:53) An interesting nutrition study on kids and obesity rates
  • (21:20) The plant-based diet bias and why this exists and how it’s still being perpetuated today
  • (24:17) Why are people continuing to use epidemiological studies if they have problems?
  • (24:55) The impact of Big Food getting involved in our food system
  • (27:35) How bad hospital food is nutritionally and why it’s like this
  • (30:33) Why we’re in this mess
  • (32:29) What can we do to fix this problem?
  • (40:22) What’s the story with calories?
  • (44:42) The satiety levels in food and why this should be more of a focus
  • (49:59) Is it true that obese people have poor appetite signaling hormones?
  • (53:21) The problem with counting calories
  • (54:38) Protein satiety signaling
  • (56:58) The difference between carbs and fats for satiety
  • (59:31) Does the glycemic response and blood sugar play a role in satiety?
  • (1:06:07) Why high omega-6 and seed oil consumption are the biggest problem
  • (1:11:30) The problems with seed oils
  • (1:12:20) Metabolic status and taking daily habits into consideration
  • (1:16:59) More about Brian’s documentary Food Lies, including why he started this project, what he hopes to achieve with it, and more
  • (1:19:25) What would success look like for his documentary?
  • (1:24:46) Brian also shares whether he’s been censored on social media for his work on his documentary
  • (1:29:32) How you can support Brian’s work and his documentary Food Lies

 

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Part 138 - Saving the World with Meat - Can We Feed the World or Should We Feed Our Community?

Fri, 01 Oct 2021
In this episode, we talk about how we're going to feed the world. That's the question that's on everyone's mind. And while most people are talking about eating less meat and reducing animal agriculture, we discuss how meat and regenerative animal agriculture are part of the solution.
 
Our guests today are Austin & Jessica Ham and Melissa & Clay Trotter. They are championing holistic management practices out in West Texas as part of our new operation at Nose To Tail. Most people are disconnected from their food – they don't know or care about where or how their food is produced. So, we wanted to shed light on ranchers who are restoring ecosystems with grazing animals and producing some of the healthiest, tastiest meat in the country!
 
Through Nose To Tail, their ranches will be providing regenerative beef, chicken, and pork to people across the nation!
 
Find this glorious, flavorful meat at http://NosetoTail.org 
 
 
SHOW NOTES:
  • [4:50] How they started with Savory’s holistic management in the 1980s
  • [7:30] Holistic management is an ever-evolving plan
  • [9:00] The land in West Texas needs saving
  • [11:45] How they move cattle almost every morning
  • [13:00] How their grazing plan works
  • [15:35] Why we should emulate herds of bison
  • [17:40] They are thriving on locally sourced food and red meat
  • [20:30] Why they mill their own grains
  • [24:00] Connecting with our food is so important
  • [27:00] Benefits of cattle having a diverse diet
  • [32:25] Why their meat is better than most grass-fed, grass-finished meat
  • [36:30] Can we scale holistic management practices?
  • [38:45] Feed your community, not the world
  • [41:15] A message for Moms and Dads
  • [43:30] Meet the Nose To Tail Pork and Chicken Producers
  • [46:00] Healthy soil makes healthy animals – healthy animals make healthy people
  • [48:30] How they move chickens and pigs
  • [51:00] Why they partner with a local raw dairy
  • [55:00] Why we’re aiming for low PUFA meat.
  • [57:40] How they protect their chickens from coyotes
  • [1:02:30] Why the land in West Texas matters
  • [1:06:25] How monocropping strips the land of its life
  • [1:07:50] Their first experience with pastured chicken
  • [1:12:00] How they feed their family
  • [1:16:00] How the community is part of the butchering process

 

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Part 137 - Dr. Al Danenberg on Beating Terminal Cancer, Ancestral Diet, and Your Dental Health Starting w/ Diet

Wed, 22 Sep 2021

Dr. Al Danenberg or “Dr. Al” as he’s known by his friends, patients and community, consults with patients all over the world (virtually via Zoom or Skype) regarding animal-based nutrition, lifestyle, oral & overall health, and the importance of a healthy gut and immune system.

After a terminal cancer diagnosis, Dr. Al developed a plan that evolved into his Unconventional Cancer Protocols, combing in-depth research of ancestral nutrition & lifestyle changes with his knowledge from 44 years of as a periodontist. Now, he focuses on helping others like you regain control of their health. 

Visit his website! - https://drdanenberg.com

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SHOW NOTES:

  • [6:45] His background
  • [12:50] An MRI revealed that he had terminal cancer
  • [17:50] Why he went into a hospice ready to die.
  • [20:10] How he landed on the carnivore diet
  • [24:00] The paleolithic ketogenic diet
  • [27:35] Male Dentists & Multiple Myeloma
  • [30:50] The FDA’s stance on mercury dental fillings
  • [33:50] Toxins and our metabolism
  • [37:50] Metabolic flexibility & the immune system
  • [38:50] Our diet includes the water we drink
  • [41:35] What kind of water does Dr. Al drink?
  • [45:20] Is SOLE water better than filtered water?
  • [50:40] All disease starts in the gut.
  • [54:20] What causes gum disease and tooth decay?
  • [58:50] Why spore-based probiotics are ancestral.
  • [1:00:50] Dental health starts in the gut
  • [1:03:50] How dental plaque protects our teeth
  • [1:08:50] Gut problems manifest in the mouth
  • [1:10:40] Ancestral diets for dental health
  • [1:13:35] Stress can lead to dental problems
  • [1:15:50] How to clean your mouth properly
  • [1:19:25] Manuka honey works as toothpaste
  • [1:21:50] How to get rid of bacteria on the tongue
  • [1:25:00] How to solve bad breath.
  • [1:26:00] Why we should be in ketosis sometimes
  • [1:31:40] Why metabolic flexibility is important right now

 

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Part 136 - Stan Efferding on Diet Advice From the Master Dieter - Cut Through the Diet & Muscle Building BS

Wed, 15 Sep 2021

Stan Efferding is an IFBB Professional bodybuilder and World Record Holding Powerlifter. He is one of only 10 men in the world to ever total over 2,300 pounds raw in competition. Stan holds the title as the Worlds Strongest Bodybuilder. 

Stan studied Exercise Science at the University of Oregon and has been training high school, Collegiate, and Professional athletes for over 25 years. Stan conducts seminars all over the country for various sports and nutrition and training techniques. He has appeared in many magazines and writes for Muscular Development, Flex Magazine and Power Magazine. Stan is also a successful Entrepreneur having built three different start-up businesses into multi-million dollar companies.

https://stanefferding.com/

 

SHOW NOTES:

  • [5:10] The best diet is the one you can stick to.
  • [7:50] Stan’s dietary strategies.
  • [10:35] Vertical Diet criticisms.
  • [16:10] Less inflammatory foods.
  • [19:10] What is the vertical diet?
  • [23:55] Why Stan chooses steak over chicken.
  • [26:10] The importance of seafood.
  • [28:50] Why Stan likes starchy carbohydrates and potassium.
  • [33:10] Satiety and weight management.
  • [37:10] The difference between health and fitness.
  • [39:55] Sugar, flour, and oil are the main problem.
  • [44:40] Eat well. Feel Satisfied.
  • [46:40] Compliance comes down to satiety.
  • [49:10] More exercise doesn’t mean more weight loss.
  • [52:00] Weightlifting is more important than cardio.
  • [55:10] Hit each muscle twice a week.
  • [57:50] How many reps should you do?
  • [1:01:10] Are carbs better for muscle growth?
  • [1:07:10] Physiological and psychological effects of carbs.
  • [1:14:40] Stan’s monthly blood tests.
  • [1:17:40] Sifting through dietary dogma.
  • [1:24:10] Are vegetables overrated?
  • [1:26:10] Get a gram of protein per pound of body weight.
  • [1:28:10] Do kids need vegetables?
  • [1:33:30] Why Stan doesn’t like seed oils.
  • [1:39:35] Eat 1 dorito if you don’t have an appetite.
  • [1:42:10] The dietary guidelines fueled the food industry.
  • [1:46:10] The seed oil debate.
  • [1:49:10] Everyone wants to blame one thing for obesity.
  • [1:50:40] Rapid fire tips for success.

 

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