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"2018-05-16 20:01:29"
The Role of the Food Industry in Creating Food Addiction l Doctor's Farmacy with Dr. Mark Hyman EP1
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"2018-04-10 18:54:42"
Create Your Own Meditation Practice with Ziva
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"2018-04-09 17:52:35"
Our Food System: An Invisible Form of Oppression
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"2018-01-03 17:31:15"
Broken Brain Trailer
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"2017-12-29 17:45:22"
My Broken Brain interview with Dr. Rangan Chatterjee
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"2017-12-27 16:48:31"
My interview with Dr. Deanna Minich
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"2017-12-15 18:43:08"
Food: What the Heck Should I Eat? Trailer
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"2017-11-30 01:04:21"
My Interview with Dr. Susan Blum
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"2017-11-16 22:21:23"
My Interview with Chris Kresser on Unconventional Medicine
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"2017-11-13 23:00:36"
Importance Of Community
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"2017-11-03 17:52:30"
My Interview with James J. DiNicolantonio on The Salt Fix
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"2017-10-18 20:53:10"
Top 5 Tips for a Better Brain
\\pourtant is that understood our relationships quality of our work our joy our vitality everything can vastly improve when our brains improve for this video I wanted to provide you with some of my personal tricks and tips for cheating a super brain on alter mine so first question I got was can you tell us what your morning routine as we do listeners wake up well not everyday is perfect but my daily routine and I tried to most the time before you do anything else I just sit and do a meditation for 20 minutes and this sets my day up for the whole day and has profound effects on myself my brain my energy my focus and really gets me started for the day that's my first next question is what if for breakfast every day to make your brain as sharp as possible well what I want to do is start the day with my call bulletproof coffee it's my friend Dave asked break and he sensually pretty this cocktail which I actually had when I was in Tibet 2030 years ago which was yak butter tea essentially had yak butter salty they put in there it really helps fuel you but the reason I like it is because it MCT oil which is the oil you put in the tea with little grass fed butter or and the coffee actually builds ketones in your body ketones are the preferred fuel for your brain it's sort of like super charger brain function and your mitochondria and the cow to keep your heart of functioning and sometimes you don't need to eat for the rest the morning or you want I I send them to live a little aids or all sometimes have not Butters ana rice cracker umpteen as I have some paleo granola with little almond milk and some fruit depends on how appealing that day but I make sure that I get fuel for my day next question I got was do do movement every single day is an important move every day well sadly I don't get the exercise every day but that is my dream life I'm trying to create that but I try to do as much as I can I play tennis when I'm home I do yoga I go for a bike ride I try to stay active I go for hikes so I buried up I don't like a strict go to the gym work out with weights but I try to do flexibility strength and aerobic conditioning and I do things that are fun because I hate the jam the reason that's important is that exercise increases something called B. D. N. F. BDNF is called brain derived neurotrophic factor which is like miracle gro for your brain really increase the connections in your brain cells and help your brain grow new cells is shown to be effective in preventing Alzheimer's treating depressions more effective actually exercise more effective than any presents for treating depression was a powerful tool that I use to keep myself energetic and clear and focused and happy I it's really important for me I think it's important for everybody and most people don't realize how important is now there are lots of different heads exercise you find what you like do something please next question I got is what supplements you take per better brain well bring help it's complicated see need all the nutrients I eat a whole multivitamin ... with all the minerals and vitamins B. vitamins sometimes people need an extra set of vitamins called methylation support which is basically B. 12 folate B. 6 and this helps build the happy chemicals in your brain that are transmitters to make you happy help build serotonin I am there really really important next thing I do is take official up help because fish omega 3 fats that's what part your brain is made of helps to brain cells talk better together it helps brain communicate better within itself and it's very important for brain health been shown to reduce violent crime to helping the deed out bipolar disease out dimension of autism hope depression very powerful so multivitamin Fishel and methylation support also I recommend vitamin D. because vitamin is super important for your brain and I take vitamins every day and then I yeah much other stuff depending on how I feel I used mitochondrial support because I chronic fatigue I take Cokie 10 my Paugussett carnitine I'm not everybody has to do this but for me I think it's important site have a cocktail of mitochondrial nutrients I'd like to take and also some detoxifying compounds like an acetyl cysteine also take if you find me towards like turmeric so I use these to help support my health and in a very powerful not just for my brain but for my whole body so what we have for lunch so I don't crash in the afternoon well for breakfast the B. C. have fat protein most the time not hard to me most Americans eat dessert for breakfast eat cereal the E. muffins they eat bagels coming serial most serial 75 percent sugar so it's not really breakfast it's desert and so I think those are gone for my life pretty much in the same thing for lunch I base the protein and fat and lots of veggies so most of my diet essentially is veggies by volume so plant foods Bible I mean you put a ton of actual on your plate and then most my calories are from fat over 50 percent my calories from fat it doesn't take about a spacey poor olive oil in your salad there's way more calories in the olive oil than there is in the lettuce or the KOF every so for much my favorite thing is when I cough that salad no fat salad is basically greens I like arugula I take some cherry tomatoes up to come up washed to remove I'm lazy I take them pumpkin seeds toasted permit from on there that's fat I take avocados also great fat mono unsaturated fats some of them take a can of sardines are macro or while hearing which are all very hard to make a 3 fats low in toxins or can a wild salmon thrown in there says busy a fat salary got fat from avocados vapid who concedes fat from wild fish and also fact malval so that's really what I love and it keeps me going and lets me tons of veggies that's pushing it is ... what do you do to calm your brain after a long day well I've learned all kinds of hacks that help me reset my system now I can do all them every day but again another meditation session 20 minutes very powerful I'd love to do it in the afternoon don't always get to do it but it's really powerful sent us all come home take a steam I got a steam shower was awesome and I jumped in the steam for 1015 minutes and then I jump on ice bath Baptist Reese changes my biology resets my state I'll exercise sometimes love just to work out or play tennis about also help you reset after a long day it burns up the stress chemicals when you do a sauna or when you meditate or when you exercise your liteline burning off cortisol adrenaline and all the stress hormones and you're resetting it with these parasympathetic hormones the heap you calm and happy so very very simple things you can do but very powerful I got asked would eat for dinner again it's the same thing obviously have like 3 vegetable dishes I make like for example S. animated big tomato salad with cucumbers up Basil I put it off olive oil balsamic vinegar salt pepper although avocado and then I made a big steak salad which is essentially not a big steak but a big salad with a little bit at stake it's called at Appian diet which is lot of vegetables little bit animal protein and I got some grass fed skirt steak grilled on the grill slice really fan I'm put on a big plate of arugula and chopped fennel through actions some avocado in there I exist just ... some radishes and just whatever you got in the fridge or ringing get but lots of colors variety more of a vinegar and now we have some grilled eggplant so lift that was amazing outside the court on the cops we like lily for vegetable dishes with a tiny little bit of sliced a beef and that is really how you most the time I like to eat lots of veggies lots of plant foods and me as a condiment or Condamine as I say I think it's really a very healthy diet I did now rice I didn't have bread I didn't have potatoes I didn't have starch that is okay you don't need carbohydrates to thrive in fact you don't even need carbohydrates to live in fact protein and fat are essential carbohydrates are optional so I I really encourage you realize that most of the health problems we have this country or from sugar in from start so can you have a fatal case a shuriken have sweet potatoes I loves winter squash great do I eat sugar you have course I do but in minimal amounts and I think of it as a recreational drug just like I drink tequila once in awhile I have a little bit sugar once in awhile and dark chocolate but it's not a staple or a large amount they have every single day the next question was what are some of the things you absolutely avoid your to keep your brain clear if I want to keep my brain clear I definitely avoid sugar alcohol processed food which I do anyway and I make sure that I get rid of all the chemicals additives weird stuff that's not food in my diet and I've pretty much done that anyway so it's sort of how I live but each time I could Travian airport or I'm in some restaurant or some weird thing it can take me down items in my clarity and focus and attention and so I I really am very careful to avoid those things most the time but it's basically starches sugar which makes you have a food coma and it's all so ... all the added in chemicals into the can actually cause your brain to kind of freeze that we know for example in ATV if you give kids a drink that's colored with lots a pomegranate coloring verses red dye the kids were the red dire bouncing off the walls ATVs out of control and it's it's something we know it is measurable site and he sees the way from all that stuff the next question from a community was what are some of things you do every day to boost dramatic contrary while you're wanting a dramatic country are these little energy factories in yourselves that take oxygen through the burn them and that you run your body enough there week or they're not running well it's like a car with the carburetor is dirty your car doesn't run well I you're mad gas mileage is low you don't really have a great functioning engine and the mitochondria are your engine so I make sure I take care of them and so there's a couple things one they love fat so I fuel them with fat typically MCT oil the second is I don't Eli surgeon sugar because their mitochondrial poisons third I make sure that I exercise both interval training which is really fast and slow so it when I played tennis my coach resume around them like second here pretty bad that's CO interval training where you go and extreme as you can terms of speed for like 30 to 60 seconds and then you stop and you do that much times and that really revs up your mitochondria and makes them work better and then strength training we can be using your own bodyweight like yoga or calisthenics are using weights also that build more muscle which contains mitochondria so those are really great strategies and then lastly I make sure that I take my contraceptives things like coke you 10 carnitine in his heel Sistine Timothy is D. ribose ... also B. vitamins riboflavin niacin these are based on the BB to be 3 vitamins very powerful and I take off lease is a cocktail some of these amino acids which help as well and all those things will help actually boosted my mitochondria and I and I find that they help me ... work out longer be less tired after and just function better and my brain's happy when they do that you have any tips or tricks for achieving mental clarity and you know you do so many things at once and you have always have a great attitude how can you achieve this and how can we achieve that's so well I tried to speak follow the laws of nature I eat real food exercise attended the stress and meditate I take saunas are steams the matrix connect with family and friends I take the right supplements it's not that hard I mean once you organize your life around the right principles and he's become habits the kind of automatic and you feel bad when you don't doom and then when you don't doom feel so badly normally go back and do that does that mean you feel so good so I make sure that I structure my life to actually do the simple things that make a big difference that are available for almost all of us and cost nothing for most of them whether it's you know exercise or stress management or you know eating through yucky dead anyway so it's all doable within the context of most of our allies //
"2017-10-02 22:22:24"
Is Your Brain Broken?
\\everybody welcome to my weekly house call your chance to ask me your questions now this week we're continuing with our theme of the month which is brain help and for today's house call I want to ask you a question which is is your brain broken I know this might seem like a silly question but it's one that I had asked myself a long time ago when I suddenly became depressed anxious and fatigue it was like I had ATV dementia and depression all at once the answer was really quite obvious to me something was definitely wrong with my brain and my body but sometimes a broken brain is not obvious and doesn't show up in the form of dementia or 80 D. or depression sometimes all less than optimally functioning brain can shop in small ways so I want to ask you some questions does your mood and energy level swing up and down do you sleep poorly do you feel tired but kinda Wierd you know they mean you have to live on coffee in the morning and a few glasses of wine tonight just to wake up and calm down every day do you feel frustrated because you misplace her objects are forget names do you suffer from brain fog I find it hard to focus on tasks do you feel your energy diminishing as the days go on do you fear losing your job because you're tired and unfocused and inattentive and your memories feelings he kept properly perform your tasks at work do you see your relationship breaking down because you're mentally in a mostly absent are numb if you answered yes to any of these questions you're not living with your best brains your brain might be okay but who wants to be okay when you can feel great so many of my patients come in after months and months and years and years of experiencing brain fog and forget all this anxiety and depression that thinking that the symptoms are just gonna pass or that there isn't anything that can be done about the symptoms except take medication my patients don't connect how they feel how will be eat or how much they rest and sleep or how much the exercise or how much time they make for friends and community as well as the media news school which they expose themselves it is pretty depressing most the time what you make these connections you can change your approach to these important factors and to the other dozens of daily decisions you make all the time this is exactly what I aim to address in my new docu series broken brain for this stock is series are brought together 50 health and brain experts you talk about what it takes to heal from a broken brain the truth is that feeling fully energized and maintaining great brain health mostly cars take out the bad stuff and put in the good stuff including food choices lifestyle choices and it's really not that complicated but we just have to know what steps to take many of us get too little food 2 little good food too few nutrients not off white in the air none of clean water rest or sleep or rhythm or exercise our community love meaning and purpose is the ingredients for health we're exposed to far too much poor quality food too much stress too many toxins so many halogens all this creates the perfect storm create a health habit the good news is that with some specific strategies you can take back your brain health this docuseries is going to go through the major causes for broken brain and how we can apply specific strategies to heal from brain disorder you want to settle with the centers for ever trust me I didn't and you don't have to recovery is possible in this week's house call I wanna share my first step for optimizing your brain health if you answered yes to any of the questions above I want you to listen carefully 2 what is perhaps the most important step the you need to take toward feeling better only 3 words eat real food yes food is the most powerful intervention that we have and the first step we can take would resetting our bodies and our brains when I see food I mean organic one possible not always possible fresh fruit local food if possible unprocessed food whole food just real food it means eliminating all the industrial food wheat sugar high fructose corn syrup trans fats food additives chemicals preservatives stay away from the jump in fact there is no such thing as junk food there just junk and there's food so focus also on colorful fruits and veggies Culver fruits and veggies untamed brain boosting stuff like phyto chemicals are fighting nutrients these are dark deep Reds and yellows and oranges and greens and blues these colors mean the food contains powerful anti reformatory detoxifying compounds antioxidants as well as energy boosting brain power in molecules now what you enjoy an array of colourful plant foods like blueberries and dark green leafy vegetables like chaos was charted spinach and watercress and arugula also what you eat plenty of fat yes of course back fat is actually very good for your brain fact 60 percent of your brain is made up of DHEA which is an omega 3 fat that you get from algae in fish my brain worked pretty well before but embracing fat has pushed my mental clarity through the roof and finally be sure to optimize your protein we need about 30 grams of protein per meal to build muscle and when you lose muscle you age faster in your brain takes a hit E. protein at every meal including a maybe 3 eggs protein shakes nut Butters even Fisher grass fed meat for breakfast in this broken brain docu series we're gonna through a step by step plan to take control of your health including how to optimize your diet for a better brain so be sure to sign up for this docuseries and spread the word to your friends and your families that we can all take our brain health back together now if you have any questions about the brain tree me using the hashtag house call with Dr Hyman and maybe next week I'll make a house call to you thanks for watching //
"2017-09-28 16:39:47"
What Do Dementia and Autism Have in Common?
\\everybody welcome to my weekly house call your chance to ask your questions and this month we're talking about the brain specifically brain disorders now the title of this week's house call is what do dementia and autism have in common well a lot more than you might think you see conventional medicine like the label disorders labels are really meaningless they tell us what disease we have but they don't tell us why we have the disease are even more importantly how we can really treated other than prescribing a pill for every a the emphasis on naming diseases is so pervasive throughout medicine and is the single biggest obstacle to changing the way we do things and finding the answers to our health problems the truth is that to brain disorders with 2 completely different names actually might have a lot more in common than you think to explain this let me tell you why I tell you about 2 of my patients Samick Christine we see Sam was diagnosed with autism at 22 months of age he became disconnected he was withdrawn his family really wanted to get him help we found that Sam had high levels of antibodies to gluten he was allergic also did dairy and eggs in Houston soy and over 20 other foods he also had what we call a leaky and inflame got Emma suffering from so many different nutritional deficiencies like zinc magnesium AB 12 D. omega 3 fats like many children with autism he had trouble making energy in his cells are what we call mitochondria his amino acids which are really necessary for normal brain functioning and for detoxification were very depleted in his body showed high levels of heavy metals including aluminum lead and arsenic sulfur is going to file levels were really low which is nicer for detox and he also had trouble with key biochemical functional systems called methylation which is required to make normal neurotransmitters and brain chemicals and also critical for detoxification on top of all that he had very high levels of free radicals are oxidative stress including markers that show that his brain was inflamed his brain and his body were on fire after almost a year of treating these issues and working really close with Sam is family he made remarkable improvement he was verbally fluent where he wasn't talking before his body was functioning normally again and it was quite extraordinary as mainstream as autism diagnosis is gone now I want to tell you about my patient named Christine Chrissy was 80 years old and was experiencing severe memory loss and cognitive decline her family was pretty concerned so she was tested with hours and hours of neuro psychological testing and was found to have dementia which is just a label doesn't tell you why to tell you what right so the question is why the neurologist their best effort to comfort her but told her family there's no treatment really there there's no effective therapies you know when to stop or reverse the progression of dementia which is what her daughter broader seamy now we discovered a lot of subtle changes in our health fit on their own couldn't explain dementia but when added together they put a strain on her brain function who we corrected those problems which included low fired function mercury toxicity information deficiencies in B. 6 and vitamin D. enfilading cook you can as well omega 3 fats and we improved all over all die now 6 months later she had extensive memory test again and her psychologist was surprised and say her scores actually got better which never happens now did you notice any similarities between Samick Christine well we dug deep we found many of the same insults they can lead to autism can also contribute to dementia things like nutritional deficiencies heavy metal toxicity information got issues and more who just a few of the challenges that can lead to a broken brain and many other health conditions so we have to look at all these things as the underlying causes but rarely will you find a conventional doctor actually talking about the role of leaky gut or heavy metal toxicity or nutritional deficiencies in regard to brain disorders we need to revolutionize the way we treat brain disorders this is why my team and I created the 8 part broken brain docu series now this docu series goes to the major brain disorders just to mention autism to depression and lots more and it offers a different way to approach disease you're gonna hear from over 50 experts who will share the truth about how our brains work and how we can achieve optimal brain health I'm gonna guide you through the 7 steps to alter my now these the steps that I used with balsamic Christine during the treatment and now I want to share them with you we'll talk about how to tackle nutritional deficiencies stress got imbalances will also talk about how to booster detoxification so how the quality relationships can impact your brain health we're gonna dive deep into a brain healthy diet and our experts will share the best tips for achieving a carmine you don't have to suffer with the broken brain anymore let's fix this problem together join our movement by signing up for this free docu series and spread the word your friends so we can all take back control of our brain help together if you have questions about the brain to eat me and use the hashtag house call with Dr Hyman maybe next week I'll make a house call to you thanks for watching //
"2017-09-22 15:46:06"
I Will Never Forget The Day My Brain Broke with Dr. Hyman
\\buddy welcome to my weekly house call now for the next few weeks I want to talk to about a topic that's very important to me and then his brain health I treat my own brain disorder let me do the world a functional medicine and although suffering from anxiety depression ADHD and grandfather was really difficult say the least I truly believe that I went through this experience discover a revolutionary approach to treating chronic disease and spread the message about what it really takes to heal now I'd like to tell you the story about how my own brain broken about 20 years ago when I was at the start of my medical career I went from being a healthy thriving position to becoming disoriented and it terrified version of myself I will go feeling like I did even the high with this anymore I was depressed I was anxious most forgetful got so bad then I had a hard time following way patients were saying during their appointments I think Lawson notes and I can really barely could keep track I couldn't focus on our conversations I couldn't even remember anybody's name now some doctors including my colleagues said that I was depressed and they recommended taking antidepressants I saw a few psychiatrists who suggested anti anxiety medication my family doc prescribed sleeping pills and it all just told me that I'd ATV and gave me real the other doctor told me that I had chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia at that point I was exhausted and I just wanted answers all that I knew for sure was that my brain was broken I was depressed my memory is failing my body just wasn't working these doctors had good intentions but all the recommendations for another pill didn't sit well with me so I decided to go on my own journey to heal my broken brain now is it that time that I discovered the power of functional medicine and the idea that every system in our body it's connected and it everything we eat do say think how we live influences all aspects of our health including our brain health this is a revolutionary moment in my life because it really opened up the world for me it was the moment I realized that maybe my brain disorder was not localized in my brain maybe the root cause was in the rest of my body and it turned out that it was when I treated the imbalances in my body's key systems I healed but I wasn't the only one who benefit from this approach thousands of my patients and the patients and other practitioners have recovered from a broken brain using the power function medicine they want help you identify some of the root causes for brain disorders and how we can recover from them and this is why for the past year my team and I have been working on an 8 part docuseries about brain health called the broken brain docu series you see our brother brains cause many problems such as anxiety depression bipolar disease personality disorders addictions OCD obsessive compulsive disorder ADD or attention deficit disorder autism Asperger's learning difficulties and dyslexia but a broken brain also includes psychotic disorders like schizophrenia and mania and also all the Nero did Jenner diseases of aging like Alzheimer's and dementia Parkinson's there also brain problems that fall on the lighter side of broken break continuum visit challenges that many psychiatrists in the Rogers might just kind of brush aside but I can tell you that they are the most common complaints that I hear about in my office these problems include chronic stress lack of focus poor concentration brain fog anger mood swings sleep problems are just feeling a bit anxious or depressed most of the time and guess what these are all treatable look around maybe you know someone with a broken brain maybe it's you who did you know that psychiatric disorders affect 26 percent of our adult population in over 60000000 Americans are that over 40000000 people having side you're that over 20000000 people have depression or the one in 10 Americans takes a hit you depressing can you believe that or that the use of any depressants has tripled in the last decade did you know that Alzheimer's disease will affect 30 percent and some experts even say 50 percent of people who are over 85 and guess what that is the fastest growing segment of our population these statistics are really Graham and I call this the epidemic a broken brains and it's time we address this epidemic and we address it now so what leads to a broken brain you might not know that too much sugar and refined carbs and none of good fats and inadequate intake of the right nutrients and exposure to toxins can create a brain disorder but they can so can you inadequate sleep and stress and lack of exercise and the over use of drugs and alcohol male brain challenges started with mercury toxicity I became so toxic because I polluted myself growing up on tuna fish sandwiches eating lots of sushi and I lived in Beijing which hits all of its homes with rock hole which is the major source of environmental Merck reload and also had a mouthful of amalgam fillings are what they call silver fillings are mostly mercury now all these exposures combined with genes that prevent me from effectively detoxify metals in my body ledge was slow and significant poisoning of my cells MI mitochondria we'll talk about that later what that is because of this I felt weak and tired and I couldn't think I have muscle pain and muscle twitches eye insomnia digestive problems food allergies developed I depression and anxiety it was only by is covering the high levels of mercury in my hair and urine and slowly talks to find myself that I was able to get fully better now this is just my experience and a broken brain could be the result of all sorts of other issues like nutritional deficiencies or a leaky gutter bad bacteria or got a chronic infection like line and much much more could be just one of these things or more often it's a combination of these things and the truth is that medications can help a little but they just cover up symptoms and sometimes only temporarily until you get to the root cause of your broken brain you're not going to be able to truly heal our brains her most prized Oregon and having optimal brain health is absolutely critical in order to live and thrive in our modern society unfortunately most of us are living now with Sammy functioning to low functioning brains and that is why I brought together over 50 experts to talk about this epidemic and how we can take steps toward better brain health in this docu series you're gonna learn the 7 steps to creating what I call an ultra mine let's talk about Howard got in our gut microbiome stress levels how environmental toxins how toxic relationships are good relationships our diet and much more influence the health of our brains and we're gonna present a 6 week plan start taking back your brain health today I promise you that if you watch this free series that you walk away with a much better and a much deeper understanding of our most precious and dynamic organ which is our brain you know for so long we thought that the brain is unchangeable and even worse we believe that once your brain starts to deteriorate that's it you're done it's all downhill from there we now know that this is not true and that our brains actually can change and he'll at any age our experts will show you how what we do every single day can impact our brains both negatively and positively look for more information about this docuseries in the blog post attached to this video out throughout this month where I'll be featuring the brainy each of our house call newsletters you don't have to suffer with the broken brain anymore it's fix this problem together join our movement by signing up for this free series and spread the word your friends so we can all take back control of our brain health together and if you have questions about the brain treat me and use the hashtag hash tag house call with Dr Hyman and maybe next week I'll make a house call to you thanks for watching //
"2017-09-13 17:48:00"
Feel Good Summit
\\n't health it's not about the absence of disease it's about the presence of vitality it's about feeling good so often my patients ask me how can I transform my health and wake up feeling good every single day I tell them takes inspiration intention community and practical tools that we can all use every single day but it's not always easy to access these poor face to be inspired we need to hear from people cross the bridge to better help the sudden tension we need time to create a fish around what a fulfilling life a quick can we need to understand our values ported and we need practical cool space scientific we can bring into our own lives in our own personalized way what is it that creates a healthy human one of the imports that create house we give a racehorse you know how to get that forced to high to high performance level you have defeated the right food I have to after such right way get the right amount of rest all of things are scientifically designed to create phenomenal performance and race horse so we we don't treat ourselves so food is the most critical piece and exorcise is is a picnic issue quite wife energy so many health benefits such essential but it's it's not that you can exercise where about right what we get so focused on what I was reading a paleo begin and we missed the fundamental issue which was most of us agree on most of should not any crap right if you eat crappy feel like crap and people started do this together when they connected together when they work together and played together and ate together everything changed that is why for the first time ever for hosting the feel good summit feel good summit is applied person immersive 3 D. experience with me at some of the world's leading health and wellness ex designed to connect and inspire people from all over the world I've read thousands of patients to a life of joy and vibrancy I want is for you to I want you to wake up every single morning and give your highest gifts to the world is why I've decided to put together all my tips for a beautiful thriving life and presented to you in one epic weekend we created the feel good summit foster community and connection all while learning how to health level music expert guidance to creep well as planned designed for you and by in June 28 he will gather for re days in southern California beautiful Taryn Nayer resort assigning all the meals you can experience what clean food really tastes like and feels like you learn from renowned health experts to Kino talks and master classes we'll try Moomin in meditation workshop and it's small groups will explore what it truly means to be a thriving human so let's get to the root cause of what's holding us back feeling good 3 days you'll be feeling more connected more inspired and ready to start the next how with the support of like minded folks why settle for anything less than feeling good join us for the first ever feel good summit in southern California see you there //
"2017-09-13 16:59:24"
Dr. Mark Hyman interviews Dr. Dale Bredesen
\\everybody it's Dr mark Hyman I'm so thrilled I have my good friend and extraordinary scientist Dr gum resin joining us today to talk about the end of Alzheimer's can you believe it there is a possibility that one we don't to get it into that we can even reverse it in early stages it's really radically new thinking so maybe may not be familiar with doctor present is not one of us internet doctors are promotional guys he's actually real scientists are like me I'm just a regular practicing doc and he's come at this whole world of Alzheimer's through understanding the root causes from a scientific point of view and through his extra research user or the Buck institute dying is the net I was on a member of the national Advisory Council on aging he's an extremely work in this field and it's really a leader is done really pioneering work in the field Alzheimer's research so I'm thrilled having today you talk to us about Alzheimer's which most of us are pretty scared of right because it's it's such a problem condition it affects so many and yet there is no treatment of the you know 400 change studies have been done over the last decade or 2 are 99.6 percent has shown no benefit in the ones that show benefit are basically a well you delay going of nursing a backup on months it's been a massive failure because we're dealing with things in the wrong way so let's talk first about how you got into this whole field Alzheimer's and won't let you down this path well thanks very much for pet market early created so we started a lap 20 years ago and the idea was that the greatest area biomedical failure in the ability to develop affected therapeutics early generation Lou Gehrig's disease Alzheimer's disease Lewy body Argus we really haven't had something to reverse the process and so we started on Larry brown was the idea could be understanding most fundamental nature of these diseases the molecular basis so that we could happen in the first effective therapies I have to say it was the only thing is that although all laboratory work has supported what you published back in 2007 so I only look that way back in my solution you know that was way back when well yeah city 10 years ago on you're talking about the same things and so what's really in 3 weeks an artist from a completely different strictly out of the test I knew nothing about functional medicine which is why I believe so strongly now because we ended up at the exact same place even though it came from test to yeah so powerful so so what are the challenges because you know something you went out traditional road looking at the mechanism to try to find a single drug target find the drug to hit that target and like reverse Alzheimer's but none of them worked and you come however a different theory of how it all happens and what to do about it because it's a commercial approach really failed you right yeah I know it's interesting when we first started lab almost 30 years ago on my wife was integrated position sentiment you know what are you guys come up with a laugh north and have something to do with the basic things that we treated us and I said non we're gonna find one molecule one region one domain we're gonna fashion a draw against one Logan that's in reverse everybody I was wrong so listen we're in all those years ago obviously so how was your wife they know best right I know well I maybe that's in the state that many of us make what happened though was we started asked the question what is Alzheimer's what is the fundamental nature of this problem don't you think a cancer I know as a fundamental change in that you know in the division of cells that persist paternal or what is the fundamental nature all time because people spend their whole careers on one theory on you know it's miraculous Doris you know it's metal buying something but there's some fundamental the what is the linchpin here and what we found was really surprised both on was that there is a balance just as you have this beautiful balance in osteoporosis you got osteoblast activity got osteoclast activity and when that gets out of balance over time you get osteoporosis what we found was that also build up a break on pony recyclers process you're taking away in in building up right exactly it's like working on your house all the time you know you're taking away it will line doing this but you know for 20 years you only do the demolition and you never do the construction your house is going to get smaller smaller smaller which is just what happens to your bones so what we found is the same thing happens in Alzheimer's disease is essentially slapped ... purposes you have so nacco blasted activity and there are dozens of things signals that contribute to that things like estradiol and things like nerve growth factor in brain derived neurotrophic package I am indeed all on on all then you also have on the other hand synaptic classic activity because let's face it you know we are forgetting the 7 song played on radio on the way to work yesterday all those sorts of things that's normal we're remembering only the most important bands on drive house speaker do your job although sources and so we found that there's this beautiful balance and we started to look at what actually affects that balance and guess what it turned out to be all the things the epidemiologists have been telling you about solely said also things like your hemoglobin a one see if you have pre diabetes you are at increased risk here homocysteine is hot so that any interesting finding out of this economic conditions exactly delightful efficiency homocysteine starts to rise you actually of course is also associated with inflammation a big problem for cardiovascular disease so what we found is that what is referred to as Alzheimer's disease it's actually a protective response which is 180 degrees different and we had it all protective response 23 fundamentally different insults your and you go into these in your book so 1 is chronic inflammation huge ship you could literally all of the molecules down so for example you get inflamed you activate NF kappaB it goes into the nucleus binds to hundreds of genes turns on it very jeans at cleave to make the animal now so you really are triggering a production amyloid is literally any part of your innate immune system Mephisto bopping looks up the brain it's like basically stuff that just causes Alzheimer's in your brain kinda get clogged up exactly so it's the stuff at all just looks and says okay this person had Alzheimer's disease because of that family which is a little peptide is cut from a pure protein and this protein which is employed precursor Amy will go one in a week ago to making some absence oral go to remove it just like osteoporosis you got exactly what I'm going to go to take out the stuff that's causing yourself to break down and put the stuff that makes your cells grown Reno which is at work a very radical idea you can actually reverse cognitive claiming we we all learned that Alzheimer's a one way street dimensions a one way street maybe we can take drugs to slow it a little bit but there was no idea that you could actually stop it or even turn back the clock but that's what you're finding right and that's exactly what went on so what we're finding here is that if you understand the signaling so we look at many many different crimes currently look at 150 different parameters then you could actually see whether it is a sub type one the inflammatory such tight to the a truck or something free which is it possible it's protecting him from something it often is a combination of things that you know so you have to get in there and you have to change and optimize each of those things so if this is you know we've heard from doctor Honda for take out the bad stuff but in good stuff and that's exactly what this is Atallah you could see it literally at the molecular species level it's really exciting yeah when I look at what's wrong each person no surprise is different we foundations of my marriage I'll hangers are making this many different types and nothing as learning is that you have to treat civic things going on with that person right and this is all call Alzheimer's it's just that when you really look closely at it it's not one disease is different subtypes and each one requires different optimal treatment and indeed each person requires a different optimal treatment and that's where programmatic computation are really really helpful know what's amazing is that this is never been done before mean that you know we say we can reverse diabetes you better.well there's nothing out there did it give anybody any hope for this horrible condition that is is really going to cripple our society cost more than cancer heart disease take care Alzheimer's patients and it's just affecting all the care givers as Julia crisis in your giving hope in a way that they never have before so talk to us about your book the other end of Alzheimer's because I think this is a book that is really revolutionary that everyone should go on by today because it will change the way you think about taking care pure brain we know how to take care are hearts but most of us have no clue how to take care our brains and because the most important organ many ways so how how ... in the book you talk about the principles of I fixed it's one of the main principles in the book yet really good point so what happened was that in 2014 almost at first irrigated neighborhood choking on here the first 10 Haitians and by the way are over 1000 how we get 19 of them had shown clear improvement and we got over 5000 emails call saying your how do you do this one of the details Pacific so that's why I wrote the book the idea was let's put everything down you're all of the scientific principles how did we get here uniform that everybody could reduce or caretakers for patients and doctors is part no psychologist it's for good health coaches everybody so you can see how this came to be and you can see all the tests that you need to get what their value should be in for example you teaching us for years that are fasting insulin should be below 5 absolutely that is critical by with one arm over his work less than 15 if you look at a lot right if you what is our broadcast range that doesn't tell you what's optimal just tells you with normal which is the average population in private population having high insulin is normal because most of our wake needing a ton of sugar this is exactly right so in fact we we thought about within normal limits that has as you know nothing to do with optimal option so I always television is a fun group okay we're now they treat you like a competitive athlete it's no longer good enough to be at the low end of normal you want optimal in everything and we do not change all these things so the book goes through all the tests to get all the different things to do on in that has many different cases and people who proved it documents Holly were diagnosed with Alzheimer's how we live and north psychological testing to show where they stood before okay when I went from third percentile on his nose like I think AT work percentile in her left eye hippocampal volume went 17 percentile 70 fifth percentile okay soccer progressed so it is not a permanent so that we need to set was remarkably said hippocampus is the memory center the brain is what shrinks during Alzheimer's you really can read grow that you can increase the size of the party your brain that is responsible for memory that is a radical statement and to go from one would you said 10 percent to 75 percent so went from 17 percentile to study it percentile in and yeah if you have a person going into a who was less than one percent she's getting her follow up today so we'll see what happens he's done extremely well clinically on sensually back to normal functioning I saw where the very first scene where ... hippocampal volume stands today I was so yeah use erotic a quick case that I saw last week and and I want to hear some of the cases in detail but you know this is sort of an example of what can be done if this model supply I saw this guy was 61 years old he was diagnosed with dementia by top docs at Harvard full testing and was told I guess affairs in order at 61 he didn't recognize his wife couldn't speak full sentences you could read a clock for 5 years and which is a clear sign of dimension that's one thing we have a people do is write a clock and look at the hands or they are and ... I've found out that in fact he had a very very high sugar diet even though wasn't wait and that he had Lyme disease that was I think neural line as well as some other tick infections that are affecting his brain any at very high levels of mercury serving in address all these factors it wasn't just one thing I put money he digitech divers brain I have to help treat him for the line we got him special street in for that and we got him started to get its mercury out of the system and within 8 or 9 months it was extraordinary came back in the office he was speaking false senses he could read a clock for the first time in 5 years he knew his wife was used to argue his daughter about all our friends and where they were was happening he remembered you know all the things you need to get into the building worries about the doctor we need is while his idea me something you just never was able to do and I just sat there and I miss you know I just could not believe it because my paradigm is so fix that dimensions a one way street even though intellectually I know you know is it true she trained doctor is hard for me to believe to be Aussie and I see it and I'm like wow so it is remarkable in in in in something I think not everybody can experience that dramatic change but I think a lot more than we think and I love to hear some of the cases you pattern thing you found that it made the most difference yeah absolutely it and by the way he said something really interesting using icons and 17 I'm sure sometimes and start yesterday notice started in his fifties your yet what I was gonna meet mark for 5 years since he was 50 steps right yeah well when I was trading in reality there was no such thing as a person in her forties or fifties on in Alzheimer's disease and we're seeing it all the time now we have many many people who come through 51524915 break our it is absolutely striking so I had to get back to your point about patients we had no one I mentioned earlier who came in with the third percentile in head actually documented he's a only for positive so he has the name genetic risk factor for Alzheimer's which not everybody has but as you know if you have 0 copies a week for your lifetime risk about 9 percent if you have a single copy lifetime risk about 30 percent if you have 2 copies lifetime risk over 50 percent there 7000000 Americans who are equally for double positives so they should all be on a program but of course we've been taught don't even look because there's nothing you can do about that as you said it's all cheated and fatter many of us are beginning to see this sort of thing and he is you know work rushing running out of paper with you is co author with E. documenting 50 cases where you've seen this dramatic improvement we're seeing it again and again and again well documented in people have is now also he said the earlier the better it encourages you if you're a genetic risk gala prevention program even the beginning of any changes go early yeah program get a comprehensive program early on and as a side in one of the guys I came in after that dramatically better so you know I allowed myself to talk to my grandchildren again about the future he had literally because he had been told by his no psychologist was headed for a nursing home he was told you just a minute not talking because there is no future now this I was actually opened a third business he already had 2 sites now has opened a third site he's doing absolutely great on and he says you know I I thought we write about Easter it was what was it that you did for so he had so we look at these again are all these different parameters in his particular case he had a combination of things on he had for example he had a very high homocysteine so we did I end up giving him battle folate battle each wealthy 5 be on bring down his full weight he actually was taking a little too much alcohol if I'm not a tremendous amount but a little more than was good for it I'm using a French fry diet for ya so we got a mind good a good fast diet cetera banner ads diet I get off the acrylamide French fries on so we address basically the metabolic needs to also look at this particular case luckily he did not have tight 3 didn't happen toxin associate on what he had mostly a metabolic associated yeah he'll add few hormones that were too long spiraling was to blow up so correctly and not just correctly but optimizing these things he did he said are great exercise regimen she does run our he's a real an exercise not which I think really has helped a lot ma in so when he went back to take us in the city so you know I don't want her back as soon as I did so poorly last time he said look I don't matter my wife knows it better you know I don't want the nurse calls to tell me I'm not better we finally said look just give me your best you know you're doing better and his scores were just you know going through the stratosphere so that I mean it just it just confirm what he already knew mia pretty amazing so you know we are talking with that is is actually embedded in your book in that Alzheimer's which again I suggest everybody get a copy of it because if you have a brain you really need 3 this clock and the the program you call the re code programs so can you tell us about that one of the elements about program right sh so we call it Rico's as for rehearsal cognitive decline and and my sense is you know functional medicine is the most powerful medicine right now most powerful medicine or it is a name that is taking these complex chronic illnesses and turning around and the next stage functional medicine to point out which is you know we could calls she for medicine on is really to bring in more of the larger datasets computation younger market we give you you are our whole genome on on a piece of paper it's very hard for you to look at and say okay I'm reading my old we sat but on the other hand your computer tells you all market on your end and teach our spine or you're at least 3 or whatever what have you and we need to have the same things available for metabolome proteomic course microbiome little all these things so these for the first time will actually tell us unequivocally what are the root causes of these illnesses and it literally will be like our intern helpers in basically say okay mark you know I can read these large numbers of you know base pairs and things like that for you and give you a leg up on understanding and helping your patience and your last you're doing that you're going to be doing a study in Providence health system would doctor leroy hood is the head of the N. servers biology looking at exactly collecting all this data helping learn about these patterns in the data and actually playing that the people but this is go back to the recode program for a minute because you know how do you start with people what are the steps you do what other dietary recommendations what other kinds of interventions you would do with people because I think people really want to know when it's in it's in your book but I think I'll just get a little flavor out of some what that looks like it's been like wow you know universe also with what you're doing and it turns out it's pretty obvious to most the time yeah so what you do so the idea here is recode looks at 150 different parameters on-again you know you look at all these parameters and then you go back again to the basic biology if you have cognitive decline or restore cognitive decline you have one or a combination of 3 things chronic inflammation you know not even organisms as you were just mention marketing products can be from too much sugar neovia at you want shot immensely you shouldn't box colored sack 3 diabetes right absolutely absolutely and then you could have an intro think state your estradiol order Sri she 3 is too low or Europe Persky 3 is too high crony loans to low vitamin D. is too low again in what these things are allies with any way to stop you or that neither does a medical term so a trophy means not enough of something to help something grow right so how do you provide that it is for your brain to grow you need the right balance of hormones in the right nutrients basing the ingredients for a healthy functioning brain and many people are very low as they get older because of absorption issues because of changing metabolism affect the hormones all that is really part look at yeah because PPIs not I'm one of those common once you you're sick goes way low your magnesium though I love rocking speak well yeah S. Louis acid blockers they block out of but they also block mineral and vitamin absorption which creates a problem yes exactly lot good health as well as the acid so you look at those things in the course of the third piece is all the various toxins and you need to know and so then you get on growing mole mercury yeah while tosses and ... and chemical toxins and of course there's a possibility for physical toxins as well we don't know how important EMS are yet in this process it's very possible that they play a significant role we don't have a good way to measure the facts in a simple clinical lab yet but they're certainly not possible so then what Rico does for you on it will it's a computer based algorithm that will tell you what percentage of each subtype you here so we can get all this data all this wild stuff all their history you put in the computer and it pops out saying you know based on these analytes you have high mercury are you don't know enough hormones in these low nutrients are you have mold possibility and then you basing aside what to do right yeah you know so you have you 30 percent type 135 percent I think when we fly for example I'm in maybe 20 percent are tied to an 8015 percent type 3 last sort of thing so you can look at exactly what each person has a different types and then based on that of course it fashion little tell you what your main problem is Glencoe toxicity which is like 1.5 if you want to focus first and foremost arm that maybe you're going to have burglary or maybe you're going to be ... immediately as alpha lipoic acid maybe you're going to be on a high you should of wrath so doctor Hein diet you know all these example you know so on so you know this is basically your book on diabetes helps people to get to actually help their grades you get them in the optimal status most people have an insulin resistance to adults I'm sorry there's a beautiful report by professor and yes UCSF and he looks at neural exosomes these are literally tiny tiny little fragments of cells 170 years of the diameter of a red blood cell tiny fragments that are actually go back and forth between neurons in the brain and your blood and actually cycle back as well so you can literally measure brain chemistry in real time in a blood sample and what he showed was that everybody with Alzheimer's has the signature of insulin resistance in the brain whether or not I have room IGN fine yeah which is you know most polarizing sugars doesn't make you fat an ox oxes a brain toxin an exact 0 amounts is fine but you know as you get older you lose muscle people exercise our diets you could be the same as you were younger believing all cards and starches sugared actually do they come or pre diabetic half of everybody over 65 is pre date better can we paint what definition use I bet it's like 3 quarters and and so that that's a big concern it's a major risk factor for Alzheimer's disease and something that is very addressable and again with you each one of these things by cell may not be a cure for you but when you put the whole thing together as you know very well muscle mass think start to work like never before yeah I had I had a pigeon hunt him goes when it first started all this and I was like he was diagnosed as having you know low blood flow in his brain early dementia Mike I don't know what to do but like let's just look at everything and see where things are out of bounds and it's like a car with 100000 mile point you know to check out if you look at all the variables and it analyze what you need and then you Ulysses tune it up so you we chewed up his diary balances hormones again testosterone pirating we have Mrs Nugent levels of homocysteine was hiring fixes got we we basically dealt with all those factors and like here later went back and had another scan and it was like dramatically improved and his work cognitive function was improved in the last 10 year more years I lost touch with them and was doing great and I was like I think that neurologist who's the head of the memory disorder center at Harvard you may be known Dr Kirk after I said how did this happen like I don't understand like what I just did this and this and got batteries and yeah well the brain is resilient and is responding to many insults and when you actually write all that optimal things in the brain needs it can start to recover in repair and that is really the promise of your programming code is it's it's away neck deeply analyze what's out of balance and then write create a program this individualized for people to actually get back in balance using some very simple things we're talking about very simple things here for most people diet exercise sleep stress reduction basic nutritional support hormonal support Nick is a more complicated when you have to deal with heavy metals are moulder tick infections but for most of his experience report and some people actually need to see a doctor for most time they can actually or how do themselves yes we should be able to reduce the global burden of dementia and as you indicated or something or going to need intranasal VIP and I'm gonna need bags right and then he called Simon but many people want and that's why it's so critical to you look so good you'll know who needs a completely different planet who just needs to cut out the sugar you know who needs a little bit of estradiol so when it is everybody's different and he must look to see what some kind water critical factors that are reducing your cognition rustler what you contributed this is an extraordinary synthesis of enormous amount science putting into a product a program that people can use and use of their doctors and actually stop or even reverse dimension it's it's just so X. citing I I I want everybody to take advantage this one I'm ready to get this book because there is there's no other map for any Alzheimer's like this there's a lot of guidelines right exercise more you can prevent it eat better you can prevent it but we're not talking about just preventing we're talking about really finding people who are diagnosed early Alzheimer's and turning back the clock and it's you know it's just such a groundbreaking thing I think you know you when you should win the Nobel Prize for doing this because it it is really something that is going to change the face of not only Alzheimer's but it's gonna change of pace and how we think about every single disease because your brain doctor but I'm a family doctor deal with all the organs this is true for every single system in the body and this and not be provided us is brilliant I can't wait to get my copy the book that I ordered from Amazon anchored every go pick it out and he got a copy so if someone suffering from Alzheimer's or has a family member who is dealing with that what's what's your what's your advice to them my advice is to get a quote constantly on the go in line inappropriate doctor who does this she lettered senile or I've heard or seen somebody else you want to see someone who understands this problem it was really striking here as a scientist was we did some interesting careers but science that Mary Sukhumi cenotaphs who you can actually see how 8 ohm E. changes your rest are also you see on molecules automatically just published a paper on specific molecules that are involved in this disease it just fits with the clinical response like hand and glove perfectly so you want to find we now train 450 of practitioners from 7 different countries all over the U. S. on we have another 300 on Ashley institute obsolescence on is putting on training so we'll be there in a couple weeks at Dallas I'm on the I'm not even a tenth of the September on in early December is one in Miami and then in April on one in London so they're trailing his own good in the winter yeah so you find you find a doctor near you who does this sort of thing or find it take a book to a doctor who who's got an open mind non we had some people tell me that day when talk to their doctor about ourselves doctor said I would never do that I don't look at those tests I once said doctors don't do nutrition another one said doctors don't have time to read it yeah well so ... you want to find the right doctor who now it's and you're one of the things that we found is that people who do the best are the people who have supported family members who have attention to detail who are diligent and who have open minded practitioners those are the ones who do not have the best compliance you can learn a lot about her we this is challenging me this is not easy to do if your brain isn't working it's hard day get everything organized do well exception need to do but it you know was it you know the thing about the level of severity of this problem this is a massive it's a function of the brain and you know people who have that don't operate normally in daily life and they do need help whether it's a caregiver mark coach or some process of in their environment that helps them stay on track of when they have that it is amazing to see what happens when there's a way for a kid or somebody who's that they're supporting them it's it's really pretty amazing I'm okay so whoever is wondering like I'm worried about my brain now what what are the things that I can do with it let's say 3 to 5 most important things that people can do today to start protecting their brain has not you know we can what do we do about it right so of course most important is actually get yourself checked out and see where your numbers are because your brain functions as he said the metabolism of cognition go hand in hand just imagine with the other I harbor you can now and who so if you ask okay what are the 3 most important therapeutic things they go back to the 3 sometimes so number one you want to resolve and it prevent further information so resolve the ongoing inflammation people like to use the so specialized resulting mediators are now on their other ways you know on-again you chronicle inflammation so you are you lied to Marcia or are you expose trend back do you have unknown packages do you have recurrent or chronic viral infections things like that so resolve the information provided number 2 optimize your trochaic support and trucking supporters you said hormonal nutritional are literally trophic factors like nerve growth factor brain right now exercise and meditation slowly he Martin right Kris so all ass socked in by the way in which this new product that whole coffee fruit extract which increases European are markedly on so that doesn't mean you stop the exercise you absolutely want to do battle lot I but there are ways now to include include all these things and make sure that your hormones are not work at one of the interesting things that was mentioned the other day is a lot of people who gone off iodized salt and ended up with some iodine deficiency so make sure that your iodine's okay make sure that your thyroid is up it's not all that major accidents but I get your insulin sensitivity back as doctor hymen teaches you and then the third thing to do is make sure because I think the toughest of all people don't work they don't know what toxins they're exposed to so check it out can earn the support for your home you know if you're earnest ways over to check out you're happy with it all yeah or so you know how the animal but I gotta I gotta our dog years trying to block it out the door hope here is a little about an hour right here alright the real shares it was a great check out a good laws said in the annals wrist reduce the stress level snack if you are chronic exposure look at you got a bunch of dental amalgams your mercury slow around here in the you're the expert on this you know check out 8 provoked yeah urinary mercury make sure that you're not walking around you don't know until you check so those are the 33 things that so great day I I I just I can't think you know for joining us and your book is really groundbreaking I know what's top of the charts are ready just came out a couple days ago and it's really I think going to change the map of how people think about Alzheimer's and hopefully all of the season we're looking for more from you I know this documentary coming up by that your work is just getting started and and you were talking about major research studies that prove this model and this is a game changer for medicine health care and I just thank you so much for for the work you're doing and for actually putting the science behind functional medicine because we see these things all the time but even though it's an anecdote but actually it's it's real so being his yeah I think in the laboratory work supports it perfectly and mark thanks again so much Randy Allar really appreciate it so worship people go to learn more about your work in about the book I'm probably the best place is WWW a doctor present.com okay Dr Bressan.com in good Amazon Barnes and nobles here local bookstore picked up but today all Amazon all the above local bookstore there and then there thank you thank you Donna thanks so much to really present mark where they care //
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Why I Meditate with Dan Goleman
\\everybody's Dr mark Hyman here my good friend Dana Goldman who remain you know he's the author of the book emotional intelligence which was on the New York times bestsellers for a year 0.5 in 40 languages and is really change our thinking about what intelligence is not just your IQ is your EQ and then also the guy who put that on the map by he also was a science writer for your times for 12 years about brain hero scientists he's really country Nick prospective went to Amherst Harvard was a UC Berkeley back in the heyday went to India study with Ron dass teacher neem Karoli Baba just has a very eclectic view of the world that I've known for many years and he's really extraordinary man and I really want to share with you what he's learned about meditation over this last on how many 50 year system face-adornment's and wrote this book it's called altered traits can you see that everybody altered traits and up this is a very powerful view of meditation through the science behind meditation so meditations been around for thousands of years of the Buddha certainly this my cat make a lot of noise is this is Yoda okay caps yeah out in his scratch anyway we we have a really extreme up to dive deep into the science and meditation and also you know what it is what it is and the benefits of it and little things we should know if if we wanna learn about so you know what isn't common beliefs that people have about meditation that are necessarily really true what let's start with that well you know there is a lot of hype around meditation this actually was one of the motivations for doing book looks at the hard science and some of the things are that you know this is kind of like make your days beautiful this is going to change your whole outlook on life and you know to sit down for 5 minutes and it's all different not true it takes takes time and it does make a difference but it doesn't make that use different this is going to mold your brain at the most wonderful ways right away well it it seems that some of that is true but not all of it is true I in other words there there's a lot of over exaggeration about the findings on meditation and it's used to you know Sellin apso a book seller whatever you know mindfulness in business and I think it's a little dangerous because there's bound to be pushed back because the people exaggerating that's why a richer David said that if my friend the neuroscientists at night with troops to 6000 peer reviewed articles on meditation and we found the 60 that are rock solid and they have good news for everybody from the someone who just starts out to someone who does it for years and years unless so fantastic you know what was really amazing it's not it's not just a theoretical thing for you guys you guys been bad in this for decades and I know Richard Davidson is brought over these Olympic meditators from Tibet and look at their trains under MRI sedans and looked through it yeah getting meditators in the eye longer term medication you've seen a whole range of things so over that so highlights that actually came out of that research that you reviewed and also the research that you guys have done ... about what happens in the brain when you meditate well first of all you're right mark this this whole interest of ours came because we're both meditators and we noticed that this really makes different so we wanted to demonstrate Paraclete what that difference what wasn't so some of the work is by myself much but is by Davidson and then there's dozens of others investigators that you know what Harvard Berkeley it did vest yeah university centers we pull that all together so let's say you're starting out you doing mindfulness I'm gonna do it 510 minutes a day doesn't make a difference yes turns out right from the start ... if you do 10 minutes a day of mindfulness and then you're on your computer you're doing your stuff and all I got to check my Facebook my email attacks you know we get distracted usually what that does is lower the concentration level you do more things less well yeah but it interestingly my multiple house I don't you kind of like a bunch of baloney that multitasking right well you tell you the brain doesn't actually do things apparently don't multi time in the computer can all the tax bite in pewter can multi task but your brain really can't exactly and so you lose concentration as you go on at it unless you do might close and interesting mindfulness is a direct exercise it's like a mental workout to enhance concentration enhance your ability to resist mind wandering noticed in your mind what it back so we find it attention all measures are improved across the board the longer you do it you know if you've done it for a year tenet for 5 and we see a dose response relationship the job benefits become wider bigger rainy just for attention for example and the longer some understand it the stronger they can at so well if you don't like any exercising more you do the more fit you gets like brain fitness precisely in one of the other benefits particularly in this day and age you know you hear the news from well my god this crazy guy has an Adam but you know over the ballistic missile over you know the hurricane here or there yeah you know the daily dose from DC it's like ever you know people are so agitated these days but one of the great effects to his call your ability to react less strongly and also to recover more quickly would you get upset yeah this is another benefit that shows up from the start and the longer you do it look at more years you've done it even the stronger that ability become so you get more equanimity it's you're able to pay attention to what's going on but not flip out about it I think that's really important that's pretty freaking the other another wonderful finding comes from a meditation ... on kindness loving kindness compassion turns out if you cultivate an attitude toward other people and there's their medications to help you do this of really caring about them wishing them well are you know good feelings first of all you benefit you become happier but also you you become more likely to notice when people are in need to be able to help them want to help them see become bored more generous and then I to top it off there of the therapeutic psycho therapeutic and some medical of benefits for meditation and and Denmark I know your yeah there are very up on this but I just heard for the people watching the so from psychotherapy point of view there's very strong evidence that meditation works out as well as medications for anxiety depression and possibly PTSD yeah we're looking into that I add that medically there so far there's no study that I don't make you do market shows that meditation will and the disease but it if you have a chronic disease chronic pain it helps change your relationship to the experience of that yeah suit your quality of life is better which I think is absolutely important you know medicine generally it's not pay much attention to quality of life lets up to you yeah here's something each ship us can do a and the the best research on what's called Mike Klis space stress reduction don't care if it's in yeah method out of us Wister but it shows you know that doing this a half hour day and it's basically mindfulness which means crap what's going on in your mind but you don't get swept away by it you're able to see it happening and just notice it instead of letting it take you over near that is what changes your experience and your your quality of life date day they are they're so there you go Dan Harris who knows read this book called 10 percent happier which has about it yet tannic attack on national television in front of 5000000 he saw and how you know you begin to look at his life and and I started meditating and realize that actually this this have a real impact on his experience in reaction to things I think it's true like most of us have this monkey mind more reactive in life instead of proactive we don't actually know you know how to manage our our impulse experiences and it does like turning on the volume on the ... excitability factor that we all have so we can actually meet things directly without a lot of noise and it's it's a very powerful thing I noticed when I meditate to such a powerful way that sort of be happier to be less reacted to things in Norman making me anxious to be able to listen better slows its like slows everything down because a space between your thoughts and your emotions and usually for people that's like a millisecond right but this actually right now winds that space you can actually go thought though emotion well wait a minute I don't actually have to have bad emotion related to this I can shift my thinking around which is super powerful arm with its powerful a market I don't know if you remember this research at UCLA the chose the moment you notice what's going on your mind instead of letting it be automatic doing right automatic but you have that little gap and then you say over there's that thought there's that feeling again you actually lower the energy of activation in the part of the brain which is like flipping out about it yeah and you increase the activation the pre frontal area executive center the part the brain that could be more thoughtful more reflective and make a better reaction make better decisions yes some of the researchers are fasting to me you know I I I I talk about food as medicine but clear to me that meditation is also medicine that that the impact that you know on our experiences human beings in the quarter life is real but is also biological things are underlying that increasing stem cell production reducing inflammation changing your hormones all these things actually happen as a result of how you regulate your mind and I think most of us know we need to exercise but most of us don't understand that mental tasks that we do are influenced by all these biological factors in meditation is a doorway into sort of accessing that it's like brain like a brain exercise but one of the goals I mean you know people then start meditating so they can concentrate better and have better relations writers and like you know right not get stressed out at work right so of what was really one of the ultimate goals of meditation well you you could have goals at many levels so I started meditating because I was anxious in college you know would help me relax it's got like a minor league goal a bit there these things matter very much in our daily lives but the big leagues the Olympic level meditators that you mentioned a Richard Davidson flew them over one by one from Paul and India they are in the classical traditions of meditation that have as a goal minimizing our self focus our preoccupation with my this I have to do that and be more open to other people being more present being more equitably this being more kind and I'd been with people like that their it's their presence is never shaken Richie found that their brain activity this really different from ordinary for example when we have a creative insight we get a a way even in the E. G. call the gamma we get it for about a half second most the you know like Bob Hope goodies yeah that's that light pole these yogis have gamble all the time that's where they are but I can imagine it but it's a it's a qualitatively and quantitatively different way of experiencing life that's why we called the book altered traits because these are lasting changes states happen you know during my meditation at a nice feeling that's right but then it goes off when he stopped it's like getting off you know ... a drug that makes you feel good let drug goes so does the feeling but with medicine Haitian it seems to really figure reconfigure the brain and that's so important because that means that changes you're doing during that mental workout you put it is going to last just like we do go to the gym and strength of muscle that street because there during the day anytime you need it it's the same with the mind in meditation yeah so so ... people listen Michael discourage they wanna live in a cave for 9 years meditating thank admitted thousands and 0 act like that but as a matter how much and what they'd like where is that Sir 8020 on this in terms of benefits okay so that there's this benefit from the beginning this is the good news for all of us none of that time you put end is wasted it all pays off the payoff gets but it bigger and bigger as you go payoffs matter in our lives you know being able to focus better when you're under pressure and you have to get this thing done not being so ... it is no upset by things all the time but being more even more able to take it was going on at risk react with some forethought rather than a knee jerk reaction that you're gonna regret or being able to be more present to the people you love instead of you know tuning out of the desert user everyday benefits if they come for anyone right at the start it's a great so arm when you were writing a book with Richie I mean you guys this is your world what what a price to about meditation what what were things that you didn't expect them you learned sure well only 2 things come to mind one is that this ... meditation unkindest loving kindness I has it wrong payoff right at the start the payoffs to the people themselves feel better turns out that if you feel or kind toward other people it makes you happy so the dolphin llamas said that's the first a beneficiary of compassion is the one who feels compassion but it seems that all the brain is primed and ready to learn to be kinder and gentler debate or carry that was a surprise at the second has to do ... with ... something that happened genes for inflammation and this is very relevant to your career arc I know jeans for inflammation one day of practice by people somewhat experienced one day of practice low word do it effectively technical terms downregulated ... hundreds of inflammatory genes and ed you don't have to look to you to say it and how might that matter a lot of matters because information is the root of everything right heart disease cancer diabetes dementia mean pretty much every age related diseases inflammatory so article that inflammation and and if you can impact that you know it's tremendous like this is a tremendous thing and I I yes you know not why I meditate although it's a nice fringe benefit but I I think for me it you know I I did a lot imitation emageon Buddhism when I was younger kind of got off track crazy medical school and kind of got back into awhile ago and it is sure it really made me realize I didn't think that I was anxious or stressed before but change was so dramatic from you know what I was feeling how I am feeling now and it and it's like I who will you got so much going on you at this and that I think are how do you do are you stressing Michael I just know I'm kind of just do it and and I think it really has helped me to kind of so to have this place that I go to every day that's how to disconnect from all the busyness and it puts me to stay where I can just a present and it's sort of automatic you have to do it don't really understand that you have to do it and then it just works its magic and over time you know things don't seem as big a deal and you put things in perspective and so it's got a lot of very practical benefits but I think you know waking up is is really what you're talking about how how do you wake up to wake the way things are in the nature of things and and that the side effect is always other great medical stuff but it's kind of more about like you said the beginning the quality of life exactly and waking up is a beautiful way to put it because you know the the classical traditions of meditation recently say our daily lives are lived on automatic were a little bit of sleep and this is a way to be present to your own life to be in it more fully so so powerful so why do you meditate well I meditate to be present to my life to my wife Tim ... to be kinder so I richly started is said to be less anxious yeah and then I found that that's been taken care of pretty much but I then I got very interested in the states I would get into during meditation this was after some years ago and retreats knows all that well that's amazing in that felt great but then I noticed well that was that belladonna that's where we got interested in all through traits that yeah the book here which is one of the lasting benefits would have the payoffs during your day yeah and ... you know for me I find as you said I'm I'm more relaxed doing all the stuff I do aha when I'm upset I'd recover more quickly well I'm hoping that those medical benefits you you point to the lower information will pay off who knows I don't have a clone so I took control for that ... and also I I feel that I actually be able to ... to be kinder which for me is a big goal you mention the whole you know compassion loving kindness meditation will we found I I I I have told this before but I in the brain is a center which is the sort of pleasure center called a nucleus accumbens and the centers yes record critical and feeling joy and pleasure and it's also a get stimulated by bad stuff like sugar cocaine heroin right but it's it's we found it also stimulated by altruism so by doing good for others thinking good for others just compassion actually creates that and I I get that experience all the time as a doctor you think you're giving giving giving giving but you're getting giving giving giving all the time and it's you know it's really fascinating to me and it's just been my life of a being in service right being a doctor helping people I writing books all those really in service of others to try to help them you know become happier healthier and and I just noticed for me is is we had tremendous benefits that ... that are that make me joy sedate me happy that make me satisfied in what you think in me me me me me all the time then you know you crystalline happiest Beth's yeah you know there's research that was done at Harvard of the published a paper in science called a wandering mind isn't unhappy mine you know the more focused in their our minds tend to want good things that are upsetting us yeah you know when we just what kind of ruminating that it's not helpful at many attention actually reduces that mind wandering quite a lot but I think helping people to eat what you describe is really there is the root of it is the fact that you by helping other people are actually helping yourself to their so powerful so if people want to learn more about how to meditate like where they start okay so ... I would recommend first of all in the book altered traits we tell you why it helps what the science that's what it will do for you and then you could go to more than sound.net I have some instructional tapes on a it's called focus but it's basically meditation I recommend the works of John Cabot Zinn of mark do you have a meditation tape I don't well I have a a CD called alter comment I guide people through a little bit of in a briefing and stop by Saddam full meditation thing but it's a it's a key part of the work that I do and I you know I I think ... they can also do you go to your book and get all this information right absolute greats it's I went there I encourage everybody to get this book and I also got working at Amazon Barnes and nobles pre much everywhere right you get it everywhere if you like to listen to books more than say on has the audio and any bookstore should have the book in great thank you working they learn more about your work and I Daniel Goldman.info that's my website Dave and I felt thanks it out thank you for joining us and enlightening us about that amazing benefits of meditation and all your decades of work in this it's just been so great and thank you mark it's always a pleasure to be with you and //
"2017-08-24 18:01:12"
What the Heck are Mitochondria?
\\everybody it's Dr mark Hyman welcome to my weekly house call your chance to ask me your questions today we're gonna talk about mitochondria which is one of my favorite subjects in something you probably never heard about it's a great question from after reels on Twitter which is I've heard a lot about your mitochondria what is it and why it is so important and we're gonna talk about that this is a great question so what is mitochondrial mitochondria is the source of your energy is how you make energy from food oxygen that does every function your body little factories in ourselves and take the food we eat and the oxygen we breathe they convert them to energy and that energy is called adenosine triphosphate or ATP and is used to support every function in the body it's like our bodies gasoline now when the mitochondria are damaged you suffer from all sorts of symptoms like low energy teak memory loss pain rapid aging and much more each cell whole hundreds or even thousands of mitochondria they're found in greater amounts in really active organs and tissues like the muscles the heart and the brain fact hard to bring to the most in fact we have more than 0 0 mitochondrion our bodies and each one contains 17000 little assembly lines for making 80 piece so it's a massive operation mitochondria in the place where metabolism happens when you see of a slow metabolism that's what it means knowing your mitochondria aren't working properly your metabolism runs less efficiently or could practically just shut down problems occur because he's powerful energy producers are very sensitive and they're very easily damaged and weather damage you suffer all sorts of symptoms of low energy we just talked about the T. memory loss pain rapid aging and so much more TV is the most common symptom of poorly functioning medic kind it's the reason we tend to put out as we age look a little kid running around and ... person they're moving at different speeds because of the mitochondria we had constant insult and injury to my country and this causes them to break down and stop producing enough energy so my country really important and many things can damage our mitochondria the main way you're my to conjure damaged is by uncontrolled oxidative stress or rusty and I so complicated but we're really all familiar with what oxidative stress it's even if the summit don't know what the term actually means see if that rust on our cars is the brown color that appears on apple when you cut it and leave it exposed air it's a rancid vegetable oil or the nuts in our coverage if even the wrinkles that form on our skin as we age because of sun damage what most of us don't realize is that our own tissues are resting our own fats are going rancid and our brains are melting as we go about our daily life know what starts this process is some insult too many calories that's why fasting prolongs life smoking a sunburn exposure to environmental toxins antinutrients all the chemicals in our food sugar which is probably the most important mitochondrial toxin were exposed to and that tips the balance starting this chain reaction cellular tissue damage that leads us down a long road to weight gain and chronic illness and rapid aging okay so that sounds terrible how do we care for our mitochondria first it's really simple eat less or no process food get rid of junk food no fast food cut down or eliminate sugar or refined sugar starches those things are the real drivers demonic hydrolases in fact you should really avoid these things altogether except maybe sugar is an occasional treat or as I like to say a recreational drug you also have to detoxify your body by getting rid environmental and even internal toxins you need to cool off information your body and balance your hormones all these things help to actually correction mitochondrial function and what you've done that you need to boost your mitochondria function and provide the mitochondria with the correct environment to thrive he one happy thriving replicating mitochondria so the first thing you do is exercise so most powerful mitochondrial type booster you can do interval training especially as we go super fast slow sue has slow and then increase the efficiency and the function of your money kindness you speeds up and strength training which increases the amount of muscle and the number my Kudrin your body's your metabolism increases muscle burn 7 time many calories as fat for example also E. real whole colorful plant food because that's where all the protective nutrients are for my country that's 8 to 12 servings a fresh vegetables fruits nuts and seeds means every single day these crews are full of any oxidants and fighting nutrients and chemicals that protector mitochondria next take my contradicted an energy boosting nutrients so it's a right diet it's the right kind of exercise and it's also special nutrients that helped fuel and speed up and enhance the function of you're my kind of so it's easy to make energy that's acetyl L. carnitine why put gas it coke you 10 N. acetylcysteine NET H. D. ribose was spiritual magnesium aspartate these are all part of the assembly line to help her mitochondria make energy also you want impeachment taking omega 3 fats why because they help build your mitochondrial memories which of the things that actually the food I see it into an auction has gone into so taking care mitochondria can make you leaner can make you smarter and it can help prevent aging and increase for energy so these are my steps for taking care mitochondria you can read more about the mitochondrial my blog and if you like this video be sure to share with your friends and family on Facebook and Twitter also treat me your questions using the hash tag house call with Dr Hyman and maybe next week I'll make a house call to you //
"2017-08-16 18:08:50"
Why Can't I Lose Weight (Part II)
\\by its Dr mark Hyman welcome bye week the house call your chance to ask me your questions and today's part to our discussion last week which is why can't I lose weight and I'm doing everything right weight loss plateau 1 of our readers Monday at 9 OO 94 tweeted again saying I lost 30 pounds on the blood sugar solution and another 30 days of the fact that they have no sugar no cars all pages protein good fast but my weight loss is much slower this time well last week I talked about for important reasons why people I have trouble losing weight 4 key reasons are nutritional balance since got problems balance in the gut microbiome inflammation and immune dysfunction and the load in my mouth Hobson's roads closed this week gonna cover for more reasons and here they are how old metabolism 0 Kalamassery slow hormonal imbalances genes that predispose you gain weight and a breakdown in our social networks and connections this may be a great up so you don't want to miss this formation first us talk about metabolism I read a lot about my kinder before and only thing I. full blog about many kind here below but here's a brief explanation each of us is born in trillions of low and you factories that provide the fuel to run everything in our body these any factories are Paul mitochondria Esau nobody has hundreds to thousands of these little energy factories and they convert oxygen you breed and the food you eat into energy that's used by about Iran everything when scientists talk about metabolism they're talking about your mitochondria and how effective they are and burning calories and consuming oxygen that's your money founder very effective they burn a lot of calories in your fast metabolism conversely if they're not that good they're not burning calories that fast and you have a slow metabolism know there are many things that affect the number and the functioning of your mitochondria the you actually can control the biggest damage to our energy system comes from our diet when we lots of sugar starch process inflammatory foods are really have refined oil think gimmicks expressed laurels we can simply consume to Arlington selling us into a food or overloading our energy factories and they get damaged also environmental toxins white pesticides hidden infections stress also armor into the system even your gut microbiome can be a problem if the unhealthy inflammatory bugs away the good box essentially anything that causes inflammation which then causes oxen that stress arresting can damage the my concha what most people don't realize is that aging itself and most chronic diseases are related to mitochondrial dysfunction including obesity diabetes heart disease the measure and much more so to boost your mitochondria I recommend you real foods avoiding flowered starch and sugar moving a lot more and moving faster interval training which you go fast and slow reducing your toxic exposure keeping your pet healthy and taking some energy boosting nutrients that we know can help the mitochondria atomic full list of supplements and Merrick committees and below now the next thing I want to talk about is hormonal imbalance the biggest hormone that causes weight gain in disease is too much insulin my book he faggot then is all about how did not actually regulate insulin to shift from fat storage to fat burning but there are other hormones they're all they mimic me directly every minute that affect your weight and your health the 3 biggest hormones then effectuate are firing court is always is the stress hormone and your sex hormones like estrogen testosterone so let's start with our low thyroid function affects one in 5 women that's like 20 percent of women and one in 10 men and it's not diagnosed in over half the cases in my E. book the author of the art solution I explain how diet Nutri deficiency stressed and marble talks is all impact of fiery thankfully how to address these problems what was common causes of low thyroid or hypothyroidism is pollute it counts for up to 30 percent of the auto immune disease that attacks that are called hushing voters also pesticides and heavy metals interfere with your power function in addition your fiery needs specific nutrients to run optimally quitting selenium zinc I dive in omega 3 fats and most doctors actually running the test without proper thing was they find it they don't treat it effectively about optimizing flowering through the diet supplements and the rates are hormone replacement so you wanna make sure you get the right tests and get the right treatment I'm gonna put my top picks for treating thyroid imbalance right below the box next let's talk about stress stress caused a whole cascade or more responses in the body because weight gain and pre diabetes are insulin court is always an adrenal hormone may help you run faster see further here batter and pump fuel your bloodstream for quick energy in the face of danger but it also shuts down digestion and social metabolism so you can deal with the danger and not have to worry about running a talisman your stomach unchecked prolonged stress and high levels of cortisol cause high blood sugar cause increased belly fat cause high blood pressure high cholesterol and even muscle loss so you want to find ways to manage your stress such as practicing active relaxation exercise the breeding yoga meditation all those can help your stress response okay finally we're gonna talk about sex hormones for men women sex hormone balances because huge waves too much estrogen causes weight gain either gender so you you know how they get steer fattened up before market they plant estrogen palace in their ears for women and men too much sugar too much revised dodging cars and alcohol all spike estrogen yes men have asked you know none of 5 virtually any products damage the guy but also triggers passion spice the body because it can't be probably that Tyson fight or screen environment pesticides and toxins also known as Xena rescues in because the act by Esther in the body even very low doses can cause interference with hormone metabolism and lead to higher levels that's true and if your woman symptoms of excess estrogen are breast tenderness fluid retention band preempt premenstrual syndrome fibroids heavy menstrual bleeding in men excess estrogen will cause loss of body here include chest hair on your way here a beer belly and ma'am books now see that many can also be impacted by low testosterone which by the way as history goes up testosterone goes down which then causes muscle loss it causes low sex drive it causes trouble with all kinds of issues so aging and lack of exercise alcohol stress in marble toxins or diseases like diabetes remoto Terry problems all because low levels of testosterone and well levels of testosterone they said causes me to lose muscle the game fat and the sexual dysfunction it also lowers your sex drive because more fatigued and in houses brain fog and mental 5 years even bone loss and only cost you precious now if you suspect hormone imbalances importing it tested for the yesterday and testosterone bounds but if you actually think you might have them also thing you can do yourself first IPAB hormone balance it die nutritional principles by way out in the fact that there was a lower sugar high and good fats and high in fiber all health promoting methods and guess what where is your as students often come from comes from fat including up including ... cholesterol which we thought was bad next year to stop protesting start with the building block of cluster next both up on fiber ground flax seeds are great for men and women are full of firing lateness which help bouncer morals but my 2 tablespoons a day after shaker south also Yaqoob everyday at least once constipation is really bad for your hormones severe I'm going to take magnesium citrate vitamin C. probiotics vaccines that really helps most people it's full proof for most people now also when you consume special Harmon bouncing vegetables like broccoli that whole family Christopher special both contain something called glucosinolates and so forth phase and carbon also help with hormone balance and he talks with case so I drink plenty of kale collards greens Brussel sprouts whole Robbie Bach joy Chinese damaged all kinds stuff like that everyday also it's important come back or cut out alcohol depending on your sense to research shows that one drink a day may be good for your health by 2 drinks is definitely not so great finally get moving exercise helps balance your hormones it reduces estrogen levels helps increase testosterone which help you lose fat and build muscle alright so we talk about without wasn't about her warm amounts let's move on jeans and our genes make us fat we like to blame our genes was usually not achieved but sometimes there is no different genes are because of the sea but only a few very rare conditions like cradle will essentially most of us however do any genes that might predispose ass to obesity techie back that's a predestined us but it predisposes so if you have a family history of obesity or type 2 diabetes who are or you are concerned I think the sound like even east Indian native Americans I'll never Latino middle eastern heritage you're much more likely to be carbohydrate holler a little bit of sugar starch moan because you make way too much insulin compared to the average person this search on a vicious cycle of weight gain hunger fatigue but the good news is that by eating well exercising you can completely prevent obesity or type 2 diabetes now there are also other genes a payroll making lots brave for example has jeans a coat receptors for dopamine a pleasure producing our trans a some of these genes because the dopamine receptors to not be as responsive to the player singles provided by government many drugs abuse cycle came heroin are also trigger dopamine receptors the most abundant abuse of drugs are drugs that are actually available freely and over the counter movies drugs also trigger dug me response and you know these drugs are call sugar starch refined flour when you don't mean receptors the more stimulation and feel the pleasure that predisposes Ukrainian addictions anymore more sugar actually stimulate the pleasure receptors beginnings 5 about whether we know they sure act just like cocaine and tries to dictionary because over here I describe all the research in my book called the blood sugar solution 10 day detox diet encourage or read about age 6 and also provides a clear plan to break the sugar and carbonation so many dongle completely cold Turkey other genetic factors also play a role just is different people have very responsive cars they also differ responses that this is new emerging research and more is being scoured every day but some people do better with more omega 3 fats well some people do better with more side you're fat and so as to better with more omega 6 fats different people the different levels of fast for ballots now there can be a big difference in how your body responds different fats and how they affect your blood sugar cholesterol and even your gut bacteria the best consultant in the house is your very own body listens that Weisinger voice who gives you direct and immediate feedback about what works and what doesn't you listen to your body is the best doctor in the house what works will make you feel better in this way what doesn't work will make you feel bad game the last thing I want to talk about is the importance of our social connections no statistics show that were 171 percent more likely to be overweight if our friends are overweight but only 40 percent more likely your weight if our parents or siblings are overweight moon house out simply put our social connections are much more important than our genetic connections intermediate how our bodies because the influence our behavior and if the power of peer pressure that drives our behavior either for good or for bad the way in which our environment and our social connections influence or how is what I call social genomics it would record and Patrick Warren and doctor daily but I think the data plan which was named after Dan from the Bible who basically gave up the king's rich food and determined that he was healthier for and is a faith based on this program that we helped 15000 people from Rick Warren saddleback church is a quarter of 1000000 pounds in 10 months by doing it together Rick Warren says also everybody needs a buddy and I agree sit together we wrote this number one best selling book the Danube plan the details a practical plan to get healthy together because we found the getting healthy is actually a team sport using the power of peer pressure positive peer pressure for good can make it easier to do the right thing even if I did say word when people yell at me features healthier food because they don't matter some even I don't care what the I don't say a word their internal compass yes and they change with the dementors serica made the bread basket so it's important surround yourself with healthy people are possible or join a community of healthy open minded people so support to surrender yourself to help the people of possible or join a community of healthy like minded people it's much easier to be healthy if your friends are bringing Rangers and doing yoga that they're eating it be our hot dogs every check so these are my top picks for addressing weight loss plateau there's always something you can do we can always dig a little deeper and he feel like you're doing everything right and still not losing weight highly encourage you work for the function as a practitioner like what my practitioners the altar was center my next message we run tests to look deep and ending in the cause of what's going on and we want to know how your body responding or not and then we help you solve it alright if you like this video be sure to share with your friends and family on Facebook and Twitter and tweet me your questions and maybe next week I'll make a house call to you //
"2017-08-10 16:00:37"
Why Can't I Lose Weight?
\\everybody starts mark Hyman welcome to my weekly house call your chance to ask me your questions and today we're talking about something that many of my readers go through which is a weight loss plateau that's when you try to lose weight you lose a little and then it stops so this is a treat for modern 909 she says I lost 30 pounds on the blood sugar solution and I'm doing each fact get them for another 30 days no sugar and no carbs or starch all veggies protein good fats but much lower weight loss this time well idea well that's a great question and when I'm working with someone who's having trouble losing weight this by doing everything right the few things that we look at and today I'm gonna cover the 4 most common reasons for experience a weight loss plateau and include one nutritional imbalances to your gut microbiome imbalances 3 information and immune dysfunction and for environmental toxins so first let's talk about nutritional imbalances our nutrient poor calorie dense high carb diet has led to many nutritional deficiencies such as omega 3 fatty efficiency magnesium zinc and vitamin D. deficiency which actually affect our metabolism often nutrition based treatment can help reset your metabolism so you might want to consider nutritional deficiencies you can actually get tested for these deficiencies of a functional medicine doctor and the next thing you might want to consider is the gut microbiome imbalances in this is a more challenging area but we know that the gut flora determines your way in so many ways we have over 1000 species of bugs and I got we have 10 times as many bacteria in us and on us as our own selves we call this the microbiome and that's the place where one these bacteria live and work within us to maintain a ho healthy got never both animal and human model we know that the gut bacteria can't profound effects on weight metabolism through multiple mechanisms take even got bacteria from a thin mouse putting into a fat mouse can cause the fat mouse to lose dramatic events of weight without changing its diet your gut flora can regulate your weight through all sorts of mechanisms some bacteria extract more energy from food lean to weight gain while other bacteria will extract less energy from food leans away loss some bacteria trigger inflammation leading to a leaky gut while others are anti inflammatory now information then triggers in some resistance and diabetes independent of your calorie intake so just having a healthy got floor is really critical so it's important to make sure you hear your god if it's damaged and I typically recommend work with the functional medicine practitioner but there's some things you can do today to cultivate healthy microbiome first eat whole unprocessed foods is getting redundant but it's actually the cure for everything eating whole foods goes a long way cutting the sugar and refined carbs while increasing the food the bacteria needs for healthy got which is fiber and also to things get from healthy plant foods next focus on making veggies fill up 75 percent of your plate because plant based foods feed the good bugs are call prebiotics next thing you can do is eat good fats like omega 3 fats mono and sacrifice like olive oil and omit the inflammatory omega 6 fats oils next add seeds and nuts and special fibers such as glucomannan which is a special fiber and other prebiotics they're good to food for the got Bucks they actually eat that stuff in it makes healthy got also you can try to eat things like fermented foods like sauerkraut kimchi you can take probiotics they reduce inflammation and they literally keep your gut health now there are few things you can do what's all including the blog post to keep your got healthy side encourage you to try those the next thing you want to consider after nutritional balance is in your gut is inflammation and how your immune function gets out of whack now science clearly identifies chronic disease and aging as a state of information that such as allergies and asthma arthritis or immunity the problem we now know that diabetes and obesity are inflammatory problems as our heart disease and cancer even depression autism and dementia are all inflammatory and your fat cells produce inflammatory molecules that perpetuate weight gain in disease is not just their hold up your pants that fat is hot and inflamed but other factors also trigger inflammation they can we do we can't independent of calorie intake now there many other triggers ... that promote waking in that drive information including late infections no viruses can cause waking mall toxins environmental toxins pesticides chemicals metals all those computers waking information food allergens like gluten dairy and also are poor quality process diet is high in sugar and refined best boss and low in fiber all these triggers because information which then creates in some resistance pre diabetes and waking now if I get then M. attended the talks I are both designed to be powerful anti inflammatory programs leading to identify the various hidden source of information is often critical for those were stuck in the vicious cycle of weight gain plateau functional medicine is the only way of thinking that addresses the root cause of all these problems and treats the whole system quite the flames cool the information lead to weight loss and good health and the last fact you're gonna look at today that promotes weight gain independent calories are environmental toxins and many doctors look down the whole idea of the talks but just ask them how bad things are gonna get if your liver or kidney stops working or if you get constipated for a few weeks that's a serious problem detoxification is a natural process that occurs all the time in the body unfortunately in our modern world we are exposed to the huge burden of toxins in our environment and our diet know these toxins including plastics pesticides phthalate mosquito a flame retardants mercury lead arsenic I mean there are so many factors over 80000 chemicals they were introduced into our world since the industrial pollution and most women been not tested for safety and many of them have been shown interfere with metabolism and cause weight gain even the absence of extra calories these environmental toxins are called the B. suggests the average newborn has 287 chemicals in their umbilical cord blood before they even take their first breath animal studies found the toxic chemicals can cause weight gain independent of any change in Cork intake or exercise no there lots a mechanism by which toxins promote waking the effect your metabolism and slowed down the picture hormones and cause more waking and may affect your brain function affecting your appetite regulation cutting your exposure to environmental toxins as possible and your body can eliminate these stored toxins naturally if you know what you're doing there's a lot you can do to reduce exposure to toxins and help your body eliminate the ones you have first eat organic when you can now follow the environmental work groups list of the dirty dozen fruits and vegetables and the clean 15 fruits and vegetables for the help in identifying the most and the least contaminated fruits and veggies for your diet next stop eating mercury I would avoid big fish from Lhasa mercury including tuna swordfish how much land sea bass and lots more check out the NRDC guide to eating low mercury fish also eat clean organic animal products by choosing grass bad or pastor is animals without hormones or antibiotics these products cost more but when you eat high quality food you often consume smaller amounts also be sure to filter your water use reverse osmosis our carbon filter to get rid of the hidden contaminants in our water there over 38 waste water contaminants in the average tap water it's terrible you can also support your body's own detox system by drinking a glass of water a day eating lots of fiber so you poop at least once or day or maybe twice sweat a lot using sonitor excise which helps excrete toxins and also recommend you increase foods that help your body detox so in one to 2 cups of cruciferous vegetables a day that's like broccoli kale bok choy because these help your body get rid of toxins also you lots of garlic onions and turmeric and ginger which also help your body talks and finally take supplements fourty talks occasion including selenium zinc vitamin C. and B. complex vitamins as well as special good if I am boosting compounds like an acetyl cysteine Leipold Cassidy milk thistle these all help your liver and your body get rid of junk so when I work with patients who are experiencing a weight loss plateau these are the first things I take into consideration so next week I'm gonna cover for more reasons for weight loss plateau so stay tuned for that and if you like this video be sure to share with your friends and family on Facebook and Twitter and tweet me your questions using the hash tag house call with Dr Hyman and maybe next week I'll make a house call to you //
"2017-08-02 16:29:48"
How to Work With Your Doctor
\\everybody it's Dr mark Hyman welcome to my week house call your chance to ask me your questions and today we're gonna talk about how to work with your doctor to get what you need which is really important because I know there's so many out there who are not working with the function medicine doctor yet but you still the power to work with your doctor to get the test you need and the treatment you need I got this question from Instagram let's take a look the person who sent the Instagram message was at Cree Walla which is K. R. E. W. L. A. L. A. not address that and she or he said how does one go about finding answers are root causes if your regular doc won't or can't which can't afford to see a posthumous knocked lower changing that we wanted change reimbursement we want actually use insurance he'll paper for health care using function as we do that Cleveland Clinic now that's a great question now in general there's a lot you can do to be an empowered patient to treat all sorts of chronic illnesses but in this blog I want to talk to you about how to work with a doctor around when I call Diaby city which the spectrum of pre diabetes all the way to type 2 diabetes even if you have a little bit of belly fat you might not know because 90 percent of people pre diabetes are not diagnose that's why you need helping guiding you know you you can learn to work with your doctor and the doctor can help you get a comprehensive approach to dealing with diabetes because if you don't you're going to have trouble down the road or even now so it starts all with having a good relationship with your primary care doctor and undergoing the regular tests which are critical in modern your treatment however is one problem with this approach the vast majority practicing physicians today are not familiar with the functional medicine approach to chronic disease or even diabetes some may not take a truly comprehensive approach diagnosis treatment or die BC really be aware or or or even know what the tests are they'll help you get better now some may not take a comprehensive approach this based on the principles of function medicine which is looking at the causes for died the city or they might not even be aware of the right Testor others might attest you at all unless you already have a problem hooked her way down the path the disease and most doctors often interpret the tests we do quite differently than I do we do in function medicine taking a wait and see approach which can actually be quite dangerous had a patient come in for example who had a bunch about 115 which is in the pre diabetes range I said did you see your doctor about this he said yeah this is what he said was that we're gonna watch it and when you get to over 126 which is diabetes then I'll treat you that is the absolute wrong strategy in this situation encouraging be proactive about your health I want you to make all of the necessary life sound died 2 changes that you can make on your own because you are far more powerful in your choices changing disease in any prescription will be remember food is the most powerful medicine that we have available to treat prevent and reverse disease and anyone can change or die T. more whole foods starting right now now if you cannot get your primary care doctor to cooperate with your treatment you may want to find another doctor however it's my hope that with the tools in this guide you can work with your doctor to get the assistance you need good health care is a team effort between patient and doctor and I hope you can find someone you can work with treat whatever illness or issues you're dealing with and can be a partner I'm guide you in this process now I put out tons and tons of material about the importance of getting the right tests in fact I paid a companion guide to go along with the blood sugar solution called how to work with your doctor to get what you need for anyone who's concerned about in some resistance pre diabetes type 2 diabetes metabolic syndrome and much much more I call this day I'd be sitting in it's way more common than you think like I said 90 percent the people have a don't know it affects not wanted to Americans what comes identifying if you have diabetes you're not then you must get the right house most doctors focus just on your fasting blood sugar actions as super poor indicator of die be city the best test to identify the condition is called an insulin response tests were insulin levels are measured fasting and then one in 2:00 hours after taking a sugar glucose strict demand this test from her doctor it's so important because your insulin is the first thing to go up your blood sugar is the last thing to go out there are many many other things in my ebook addresses such as cholesterol what the right tests are how to check your liver function and lots more and how to fix your hormones and and information and much much more link this ebook below and you can take it your doctor and actually review the kinds of tests that I recommend another common question I get is and this is for many readers is about fiery health and a fortune many doctors don't provide the right test when it comes to our Thiry like the newer guidelines from American college many chronology consider anybody with the TSA agents a thyroid stimulating hormone over 3 as hypothyroid but most doctors think it is only if you're over 5 or 10 it's really were treating that's just not true Muslims millions of people suffering unnecessarily now besides his age functional medicine practice perform other essential tasks including free T. free so I freaking 3 freaky for empowered anybody's we also look for social problems like loon intolerance food allergies sensitivities heavy metals like mercury deficiencies of vitamins like D. and selenium and zinc and omega 3 fats all these affect our funds I'm pu lots more information about the are a test and the treatment below in the guy now there's another test I recommend getting so you can measure levels inflammation in your body besides obesity and type 2 diabetes information contributes to almost every modern disease including heart disease cancer dementia as well as arthritis auto immune diseases allergies and digestive problems so you want to know if you have chronic inflammation and to address it immediately now the best way to treat his lifestyle for the most part and changing your diet and your god but the next time you visit your doctor for blood work make sure that along with your regular lipid profile you ask for a C. R. peer C. reactive protein this CRP test measures the degree of hidden information your body and he's just a few examples of how you can work with your doctor to get what you need to get the right tests I'm gonna post a few more my tips below but I truly believe that a combination of doing your own research and working with your practitioner can be very powerful in leading on the road to health remember your doctor works for you you doctor supposed to help you if you have a doctor refused or the right tests or does not want to work with you to get what you need highly encourage you to find another practitioner now there are plenty of doctors out there who are open to different kinds of treatment methods to function medicine anchorage to find alright so if you like this video encourages share with your friends and family on Facebook and Twitter and in if you want to ask me a question that might be on the next week's house call send your questions by Twitter to house call with Dr Hyman thank you so much for joining us embassy next time //
"2017-07-25 21:47:41"
Are You Still Consuming Dairy?
\\bodies Dr mark Hyman welcomed by weekly house call your chance ask me your questions now today we're talk about Gary if you read my work you probably know where I stand but there is still such a hot topic and we're still getting so many questions about its high one to revisit subject for a minute question we got to was from at Monica Petrie PT ari on Instagram she says if one is lactose intolerant but has no other intolerance to dairy like casing away is it okay to consume dairy products while having Hashi motors well this is a great question and one I tell all my patients is that dairy is nature's perfect food but only if your calf if that's how shocking abuse because very few people are willing to tell the truth about their in fact criticizing Milken America's like taking on motherhood apple pie or baseball ... but based on the research and my own experience in practicing medicine for over 30 years I typically advised most of my patients to avoid dairy products completely I like ice cream just as much as the next person but as a scientist I have to look honestly I what we now did you know that countries with the lowest rates of dairy and calcium consumption like those in Africa and Asia have the lowest rates of osteoporosis also research shows that higher intakes of both calcium and dairy products me increase the risk of a man's getting prosecute survived 30 to 50 percent those very consumption increase the body's levels of insulin like growth factor wonder IGF one which is unknown promoter of cancer these are just a few of the findings related to the harm that Jerry can cause about 75 percent the world's population is genetically unable to properly that just milk or other dairy products a problem known as lactose intolerance which is what our reader was actually asking about more people are lactose intolerant that actually Tarna lactis off its symptoms a lactose intolerance are actually caused by difficulty digesting the protein casein as was lactose kissing is the main protein in milk it's often used in other food products such as binding as a binding agent Casey proteins actually main disinformation we need to things like eggs about your infections congestion sinus problems I highly recommend avoiding casing no matter who you are now wait contains very little actors so the chance of someone with a lack of intolerance might be able to have way however everybody's different I know some people can tolerate whey protein others cannot so if you might are introducing it because it has benefits you might want to test it out for yourself another dairy product that many people Qatar is called key Nokia's clarified butter which is busy all the water milk solids removed that means it can be used by people who are allergic to dairy or intolerant it to spacey is butterfat without he senior way know some people do well with the others may not it really depends on the individual overall I recommending avoiding dairy especially if you're lactose intolerant their consumption can lead to weight gain it can cause increase cancer risk it can increase fracture risk guest osteoporosis is often caused by Gary not prevented by Gary constipation irritable bowel syndrome bloating gas diarrhea allergies exam my acne on it sounds terrible to me I'm 90 dairy because of those reasons I know I get pimples and I get that just a promise stiffly knows invite Gary I recommend getting awful there except for grass fed butter or Ricky for a pair of time and see how you do that means eliminate milk cheese yogurt things were key scene in it ice cream water bars a key scene good for 3 weeks and see how you feel you should notice improvements with your sinuses post nasal drip headaches here will bow energy weight also to then starting Gary and say you feel if you feel worse you should try to give it up for life ... but if you don't my military small amounts person when I lived Littleton out area I feel much much better so that was our house call for this week if you like this video be sure to share with your friends and family on Facebook and Twitter tweet me your questions using the hashtag hashtag house call with Dr Hyman and maybe next week I'll make a house call to you thanks for watching //
"2017-07-21 15:24:50"
Pedram Shojai and Dr. Hyman Discuss Life as an Urban Monk
\\ ... they're running on the fat summit where we separate fact from fiction and I'm here with my good friend and the urban monk himself Peja show Joey who is the creator of the urban monk concept which I love because I need to be that guy because I'm always on the road traveling here there everywhere under tremendous amount of stress how do I stay grounded centered and focused in the middle of my life I'm trying to do everything I'm trying to do and the urban monk is an extraordinary block that math sat out we're gonna get into the details of that is also the founder well.org which your great website and well this antes creates an Australian movie site vitality and I've been a part of and I just think he's an all around amazing human being and we're so glad to have you here so welcome and that things are calm and creativity here yeah close this thing out yeah so you know I was everything your book party for over a month now it was awesome and that we got to talk about what really matters and what our super power tricks are now worth we're at a conference on super powers what our secret super powers and I think yours is being an urban monk Akio yeah and ... and how does that affect our brain and a lot of things we talk about around diet and fat in food but you know once you sort of figured out the food part then you got to deal with your life partner right because the food can help you clear the deck right up here living in brain fog because you are eating the wrong foods if you're eating too much sugar or not of the right fats your brain is not gonna work you know what you clear that up you know then it's much easier to start doing the relations of your life and and so it's sort of like I I think it's sort of buffoon part is a basic foundation but then how do you deal with the stress of life how do you manage to navigate in a difficult world right and I and this led me to share what spurred you to write the urban monk and how you have actually taken out on as not just a concept but this action are you with your life its lifestyle yeah well I mean I could I could make some decisions right now so you know what that's it I'm gonna eat more fat and vegetables and lean protein if I so choose not to be a really good boy and lose the weight and 6 months later progress right in the question is why would I regress and it has a lot to do with the why in the first place who who am I who is this person why am I doing this in the first place and a lot of people to get to this place where they feel well and our model of health or model of happiness are modeled most things is from kind of you know disease state being the midline all the way down to like your death bed but from the mid line all the way up to what you wear call vitality yeah super happiness and all that I mean that's what the conference were at now is talking about but you know songs I'm symptom free I'm cool and then if I have some symptoms that I worry about my health and I just come up so it's like it just gets a lot in general instead of email thrive right and so for me it became a very big issue in looking out why behavior early a lot of you know the patients my clinics law students that I interact with thousands of the years would do the right things and then fall back a lot of it was just I thinking thinking thinking minds right yeah Joe so it's the ideas and beliefs we have that actually dry summer behavior ... had in in the belief about you know really like what's what's the storefront right who is this guy and pretending to be for the people out there who I need to like me and how much energy to have to put into kind of you know perpetuating this image that you know these people need and it's just all the things that we don't even have time to think about when were sick we're not yeah well for either foods that'll power brain that once you get up there gonna start go right conduct ping care the house Dominican take care of the yeah well in your of energy going up to your brain we could actually start thinking clearly in the near I don't do that you know why I keep doing this thing I don't understand why it's so self destructive and then getting into understanding all these patterns in these behaviors then give us an opportunity to really come from this midline to this enormous amazing world of ... self cultivation of from performance of optimal health if things in looks like was so so what so you can run up and down you know that the jogging track a little bit key still play basketball can you do standing back flip like what it would do the things that actually matter yeah for you yeah you know that I think I I think you know we talk a lot about health and wellness and and you know people say what matters to us like it's actually would get up in the morning and do the things that I wanted and whether it's read a book whether it's Piper asked what my son whether it's going to be occasionally hike up a mountain whatever it is that I define as a crime I or maybe it's really just being able to enjoy the moment like to be present in my experience and be fully there so I can actually connect with what's happening and you know I had a really profound express how to share with you because it it sort of speaks to this how do we get this place were fully in our spare because in the other day whether it's eating right exercise meditation and yoga practices there be it it's all about getting this place where you're here and you're connected to your experience able to be with what you're doing be able to love the people in your life to wake up and do the work that matters to you to be connected to those you care about and they show up in life right to show up like that's the hardest part is rather in the past or in the future or distracted by 0 things and ... and I came back with trip and a friend of mine has horses and that he's we go riding and I've been writing many times with him on the same horse and the same trail and for some reason ... when I went last week it was the most beautiful day early summer day and the grass was like knee high and it was this magical time day the other day like 5:00 said of just the light was beautiful and I felt I think was because I had just spent a week sort of increase and I was giving a talk at a conference but I had really let myself time get rid of a lot of distractions and just be in experience I was having eat well sleep well this having fun and my nervous system was kinda reset the of open and on that foundation I wrote this horse and in normally like this is a powerful race or sex retired racehorse and I and I normally when I ride the horse like this is a big frigging Orson like I hurt myself and yeah we're helmet polite people die on horses and and it's going fast and it's unpredictable and I'm there's always a level of vigilance and hypertension become a good writer but I still you know when I'm galloping away really fast it's like I'm I have this anxiety right now this level of fear which takes me out of the experience a little button and so I was literally something switched and also I dropped into the seat I dropped in the my breath I everything slow down and horses going full speed like a race horse going full out on a straight away and I was in the most still quiet meditative place without any fear anxiety and everything was in slow motion everything was in slow motion and I got to fully experience that space and then we ended up with a 3 hour ride the whole ride was like and we've run through a field we've run through the woods it was this meditative experience that I I was with the horse and I just felt total transformation and I realize that you know a lot of that has me nervous system because I travel so much and it's much work I'm not always grounded and I have not always inhabiting my system in the way that allows me to fully have that experience and it was like was I getting an infusion of like energy I came and describe and I I can imagine I think if you walk through life like that in everything that you do is with that quality of energy and attention even in the midst of all the chaos to write going in a super fast speed that's kind of what your beloved concept is it's like how do you be in urban maybe was urban cowboy yeah right exactly spell on so it's a there's a question that's begun in there is could you have access that had you not had that week in Greece to slow down I don't know I and that's where a lot of us get tripped up it's looking ominous gonna bang through this quarter in the media tripping and then it's everything's gonna when I retire it's gonna be great insults like kicking the can down the road but what you experienced was a timeless yeah and that way I'm listing Osaka flow state you simply close to and you can get the right now right but the question is and I and I look at the time as you know sometimes what whatever it is we have you know times of very amazing topic and we spent 3 days time out time but the way I look at the perception of time is is one of almost like a frequency so there's the velocity of your perception of time so it's like right now which you know hang out we go downstairs people there buzzing it's again it's time is moving faster and it's more compressed right if I had 3 other things I had to do right now while sitting here with you I'd be a little more stressed out right so you make space for something here in any goodies into it Sonya you work on that horse and that's what you said right about that yeah it in that's that's the state the flow state that's the urban monk state that it is our birthright but because the world is so damn busy soda packs of the ways that you help people access that right yeah you how do you get there eat so the easiest way to do it for most and some people are very visual some people are auditory but for most the easiest ways is through lower abdominal breathing and the reason is because you trigger something in your nervous system to get out of that's fighter flight sympathetic nervous system and into that rested I just person Kato said that I would maybe want to take a deep breath yeah yeah yeah I think it's because intrinsically we know that's good for us right so what you see someone you on you you he's going to give the breath good idea right in so I can actually slow down the kittens of my mind by slowing down my breath and then the world's fast but your slow and not like like not able to fit of cognitively functions you're able to perceive what's happening and make decisions out of duress her and I think most of us are making decisions and duress right now I can have the best diet the world but then I'd skipped a meal and it's been a really stressful day and there some donuts out there and dammit I just need to eat some so off wagon it's true that I was I was there last night because I I've I flew in from the east coast Hallet the food and you know it was 7:38 which is like 11:00 east coast time I kinda miss dinner and I was like really hungry and the waiter dropped a basket of bread right in front of me and if I wasn't sit at a table with a bunch a health Nazis I put a lot of what is down there and I I don't know I I would I got for the grand total so I you know I think they got for peer pressure because I totally keeps us in check is our social networks in our community but ... university what they've asked him not to be down a loaf of bread told not okay but I but I could feel that I could feel that you know what I was something wasn't taking care of myself properly I wasn't in total control of making good decisions that's it and so you're panicking your blood sugars crashing already I I literally just have something we flew back from Panama and like the others like empanada that's like I I don't eat bread work she's unlike thank you but thanks but no thanks and you know the guys that are with me are like you know Hey that's that's good on you in like 2:00 hours later I mean I'm worse African and but I thought an insignificant myself like gluten dairy bad for me I get a little inflamed verses blood sugar crashing and die gonna die yeah brain just not being happy right so I got I got I got it I got a bag all you know tragedy nearly averted but when I'm in that state my mind prefrontal cortex is no longer able to kick it and I'm here to get a function isn't done the easy way over Danny's in the whole of it you know your your negation of impulses I mean you're just like give me some right and so what was the better idea the better decision should pack your food and all that we just you know I'm on a film shoots that happens stuff happens right and so you know these are the moments where you make bad decisions and it'll make a mint businesspeople Macomb in relationship people obviously make it with food and how easy is it after long stressful data to justify yourself to say I just wanna go home and fall on the sofa instead of go run a couple miles lifts weights are right you just you can't do it you're under duress and so that state that state of psychological ease you got to carry with you and so you know some people like okay so just meditate all the time SO yeah right somehow hundreds of hours on the cushion yeah building a relationship with that space yeah so that I can access it yeah under direct so it's sort of like you know if you practice weightlifting right if you need to pick something heavy out do you prepare yourself or you know if you been doing aerobic conditioning if have to run for the train was going to Greece and there was so much traffic and I'll try to get Jeff kid no I think we 2 half hour took form half hours who have their 5:00 the plane was leaving at 540 for an international flight ouch and I literally was that that thing with at the end of it at the end of the term also I was a little stressed but I I basically sprinted down the entire terminal but I was able to do that because I trained for yesterday sprinting help today right right and so what you're saying is if you train your mind then when stuff happens you have this capacity that you would otherwise have and I think this is the component to this that ... would be interesting to tease out is what's the point what's the point if you are playing small ball I think a lot of people get to the capacity that allows them to go to their 95 and come back and watch their shows okay but because that's kind of the end of it and they have that thought bigger for themselves and they don't back fill this this this huge difference differential capacity to be like will know what's my likes superhero play like what do I actually need to be able to do ... to to you know step out of this can humdrum and move on it is really easy to power system up to like 4 bars but if your requirement is 9 in what you gotta do to do that right and and so look again like looking at purpose for yourself I think is something that needs to be yeah plugged into this area because I would support it even being healthy like who cares right who cares why just enjoy your cheeseburgers and French fries and differences of MacWrite it and people who are in that state of mind it can easily rationalize those decisions because they you know don't really see an end in sight right now it's true it's it's it's really getting underneath the why you know and I think you know when I see patients in my practice I have an answer 3 key questions like if you had a magic wand what would you want to you know as a menace to guarantee this for that size people out into the world peace you know to find happiness whatever like they're they're they want to play with their grandkids they wanna be it whatever the thing is that matters to you it's different for everybody if the connected that because if you're not connected to the purpose of why then it's hard to stay connected to whatever the behavior is that you want to do so how do you help people get connected to the White House come alive with another not in touch with it I think I think that's a very kind of important topic start unpacking into to answer your question why did I write this book it's because I in this culture at the ripe age of 17 I'm being told I need to make a decision about who I want to be for the rest my life in a hurry a 17 year old know what a 4 year old wants to do Ryan regular girls you want cars I mean come on think about it 17 it will pick a major you're like a doctor lawyer engineer like what would it so you you then decide to be something it's a Cup itself a proclamation and say okay I proclaim that I'm gonna be you know this doctor person which means that I'm gonna hang out with other doctors people which means that other people that are called patients are in my world in the interface with the lawyer people this way in the sorts of people this way but it's like this mask with this facade that we immediately come later on that we then have to keep patch we'd dealing with and that you are which eats and I hang out with doctors all time and so you look at other cultures like you know that we Israel for example like you go off in the military then you go on a walk about you know Australians do the same thing it's like I don't know what the hell I want to do for the rest my life even away yeah Gulf go figure out who you are and then figure out what you want to do to kind of living a life that you have support that they would only rituals of initiation are as operation get into the work force as fast as you can and if you get upset with yourself we have drugs for that if you get press we got drugs for that if he got fat if you got fat we got drugs for that sorry did work so it's a sport where this cut fundamental rethinking of our society and I think the why casualty in that yeah because of the question really is who the hell am I what's this all about and without asking those big questions you just can plug into a 95 it's kinda miserable but you know you weekends are cool because your team is playing in John right it's it's it's it's a it's a big issue that then I see the flip side of as well is all these people the kind of new age spiritual world I find my purpose I gotta find my purpose right and it gets to the point where it becomes a neurosis and you know I think that you know like we as a Taoist for me that I'm like I don't find my purpose I stepped into the room living moment and that awful the bed bread crumbs and just kind of right go where it takes me next right coral says right right but I think I love you get hung up on that as well so it's more of getting it would not state where you are at peace and then from there to follow follow the movement of the universe and that's it might sound really esoteric in hippy dippy but when I talk to single successful people in the world there in that space yeah there there really this is true I think it's arguable understanding how to get there what you're talking about how do you what's he talking about how do you get in a place where you're just following the bread crumbs and in the flow of things and told how you get into that experience and I think you know most of us are in our own way and and and the the real question I can tell you how to get help in this weight by eating this wire during this thing but how do you get in the right state by doing this or that and and tell us some of the like really talk Pentagon briefing but there's like how to be more layered textured things to how do you begin to work for this process you can actually get in the place where you're in your experience are showing up and then you can respond to what's actually happening and follow that magic that's going on in life yeah yeah so I'm a big advocate chi gong either practicing chi gong my whole adult life you know since I was a young which is defined it's a Chinese energy works of said all the stuff you see Bruce Lee doing all slowly in and assist cultivating your energy and coordinating your eyes your mind your body and your breath in there's something very magical the how does when you do that so there's practices you know there's also take she there's yoga there's a lot of ways to climb that but these practices require practice it's a song to go yeah I can't wait to go to my yoga class so you know makes me feel so good it's like you're using you as quickly right it's not the yoga class that you go to once a week that film is that I think we look alike right it's ... again this class makes me feels it's it's it's it's what we've done with everything is we've turned it into a replacement for a drug and so the yoga is that the classes were you learn to like it your posture better and figure out your positioning the you is what you do in your personal pride right and so the translation of cool who is hard work and so what is your discipline and what are you doing to do that so for me that vehicles chi gong alters type she'll do kung fu I mean I have a lot of things that I teaching do inhabit unpack that yeah on to that helped me stay in that state but also help we come from the state but also in the other things has nothing to do with any of that is put me in nature for 4 days right like the horsemen if if mark Hyman 2000 years ago jumping on the horse would be able to do it anyways because he he could hear the river and Holloway right and so our natural state is that our our separation from that natural state got really confusing and you talk about this in your books and it's like what is food like we do it this package stuff isn't food so let's go back to foods out of garden that my kids pull food out of everything right now and so accessing nature and being in harmony with nature helps that the mind body practices like meditation if people sit mealtime I tried meditation it was hard it could do if my mind was too busy with who the hell is it ha ha ha alea meditations we have no thoughts now which is likely felt good luck with that yeah I'm decapitation as we have no hang a right here like there I mean I wouldn't attend the meditation retreat and maybe for like a minute or 2 I had a moment like well you know I got a you know very real like ... master meditator in a cave for 9 years they probably can contact get to that point even those guys enough talk to those who have walked with those they can always have thought it's your ability to not react to the fans as they emerge that creates there he's Illich listeners wiggle my toe that sentence that sent information up to my brain and like posture positioning or just stuff happening right of her life here but that Norway's if it distracts you knocks you off your perch that creates suffering but the noise itself enough this is a big thing you know for the audience as well is meditation has been taught wrong in the west a lot of people what it is like Zan satori moment of like you know my god to do this and also there's gonna be like this blesses him is orgasmic moment where I have no thoughts about one with god and then I walk away I'm better than you right this is like what what the hell kind of big you know it's always always work yeah it's always work every moment I'm just basically dealing with thoughts coming up and I realize that I'm I'm I'm starting to attach to the stock like okay let that go right it's so it's part of my operating system and constantly in the back with training the mind in a way yeah yeah and that's the awareness and we don't have awareness that awareness basically juices up this thing called consciousness you become more more conscious and then the awareness becomes easier to do it conscious meaning you're actually aware of the sequence of things that happened from thought to impulse action yes regularly word or behavior all of it yes so I think often we have this merged phenomena of thought action fine word they're not 2 separate events you but I think what meditation can do a sort of create a little bit of space so that you realize you not every stupid thought that you have a unit to act and every stupid thought that you have and that you're not your thoughts and that they're just these sort of forms like waves that kind of pass by you don't have to like server every wave it comes a lot nicer than that gives you agency that because then you could say no air power issues which yeah my agency yeah yeah he gives you the personal power to 2 then understand that you need react and then the question really is who's even watching all this right in this like that it's like a doctor Seuss book the watching Roger watching the watcher watch watching the watcher yes it yeah yeah which is actually a really interesting play on ... Raman Maharshi who is one of like that the Capri imminent ... him Indian sings who is basically like you know who's the I will who asked that question right and you keep digging and unpacking and try to discover who actually the observer is and really there's no answer is just bigger bigger question which band when the little stuff the small stuff comes up here like Q. right oh so there's traffic right so essentially you're tired whom people how about like yoga ... they talk about meditation they're talking about is the stress reduction techniques for chi gong is a stress reduction technique and yes it is it's a side effect right now the settlement unexpected nice side effect because guess what those monks intake she masters in Chino Max's then in her distress right they didn't know about Hon silly in court is all in the stress response an adrenaline maybe knowing how to me that totally right it's kind of a side effect but what what you're saying is that that actually purpose of it is it to reduce stress like a quaaludes radio was acquitted that's actually to create the awareness that allows you to be an actor in your life where you're the author of your life instead of being offered by your life bingo right so there's actually a historical point where ... the Chinese had accosted Cultural Revolution and so there's all of these really rich traditions arm of Taoism of Buddhism okay careful we as a culture evolution because I was mad I think people get confused doesn't hung up so that I'm actually gonna all get so so now comes in and says OK now for this old bullshit right like I don't this isn't this is an interesting so long as it helps our productive capacity here in so the only stuff so always rich traditions that have gone back since time immemorial going into the consciousness and and and studying the anatomy of our consciousness and who we are all this really juicy delicious stuff became relegated to say okay let's do some exercises so we have less stress who can be on the factory floor because I'm only as good as my productive capacity in this communist machine and so they stripped the spirit out of all of it and so then like take she's just cute like you shall in temples actually Chinese Disneyland so is controlled by the government right and so that as it came over to the west it's the same thing it's like what's the best stress reduction technique to I'd have to agree to I do this do I do that so I can get back on the crazy train of my life and ride this thing also get that watch for retirement right it's it's still like we're not questioning who we are what we're doing we're just using these is quite boots and so we carefully yes that was a mite destruction live yeah I make you ass acts as the questions and think and so really then the question is what am I doing in life what if there's no after life what I don't know what's happening so I've only got excellent heartbeats left where Megan spent how many summers to have left the and and those are those are the questions that get us to make real decisions about our direction it's even it's even deeper than that it's like you know what is the quality of your life right where the quiet of your experience and you know Mavis can go through days being completely oblivious to actually what's happening and the quality of our relationships the quality of our experience with other people and ourselves with our own work here on the flow state is actually part time so the stops for yearn quality with spirits magnifies where you reach a state of like being just in this experience called human life the 7 some distraction around it and and what you're talking about with this because it's ... monk is it how do you build structures in your life actually cultivate that piece right yeah clearly that piece of life so that you actually can be engaged with what you're doing in a way that creates quality that allows you to actually being fully connected happy human and all the things that matter whether it's grief for sorrow for happiness or joy like all those things how do you be with all those things in a way that actually is fully engaged with them and that's really like what you're talking about yeah and so just to bring it down from the esoteric like I come home and I have a 2 year old and a 6 month old and that's kinda real it's very wasteful right and they know when you're not paying attention to them so I come home and my ritualistic just put my phone where I can't look at it anymore disk lord knows if I look at it material wants it right because like well that's more interesting that I want Daddy's attention but that is the tensions this little thing so that must be important so more training him to want devices and distractions that evening president by being distracted myself and so then it's like okay I see this happening and see this already infiltrating the lives of your child cleared away and so then it's like I'm here with you let's play right kids and dogs and like you sure family time and then you have little time I mean I read a big business rabbi make movies and lost stuff going on it's all like oh I forgot to call so and so in this that the other is so that's where the discipline comes in is like okay I owe it to my son I would to my daughter how to my wife I hope to the dogs and I watch myself to just be here with them now right insult as those things come up you just compartmentalize and be like okay that's enough for now so it makes you become much more efficient when you're at work it makes you become much more clear with what you're doing don't say yes to things you don't have time to say yes to and so a lot of the stress weekly Iran is just our inability to manage events in time or her and say no to things and take on more than we need to work on just you know just not be clear about what we're doing and so to be present in one thing means you start become present in everything so like for me people so who will fight you meditation for 20 minutes will that help my stress levels assume no it'll it'll help you might change travel I it'll help you stay president so that you don't make stupid decisions that increase your stress levels let's start with that regular that's the biggest issue we make dumb decisions because we're not aware right so I in in that people are responding tear Faulk and this concept of her mother what what feedback have you got about what people connected to what works ... what can people take home with them that actually Chris the shift yup one things that I do personally and I put in the book that I get a lot of feedback on is ... can the pompadour method of of keeping moving all day because I I personally like I I work and standing desk if I need to sit I sit on the floor cross legged so I just you know I got my back hit taken I've got hip injuries from martial art and all that so you know I'm I don't sit Alyssa wanted airplane in them like that right in lord knows we have I think I'll see you guys even get up in the guy right exactly and so you did you you make do you wear compression clothing and all that but so what I do is every 25 minutes I have a little thing that dean's and I get up for 5 minutes and I'll do 10 upper body 10 middle body like whether to playmaker cruncher something 10 lower body exercises right just quickly 10 lunges 10 squats and something 10 push ups are in in like you know just to do like 10 torches that you know in the middle bright and usually out 2 more later 25 sep right every 25 minutes get up stretch a little bit drink some water give back in him what that does is you know at the end of the day have got like 200 something pushups I've got you know I don't have time as a dad right to go to the gym I don't write I just I I I wanna go home and see my kids but in the morning it's like it's all crazy uses they wake up in the evening when you were seen before they go to sleep so I have to factored into the middle of the day it so I just come mentioned some of the stuff of people like little tricks that you can yeah will tricks puts it what it does is it brings up your your resting metabolic rate your active metabolic rate you're burning more calories and because what you're doing is okay if I'm sitting at an office desk and I'm just like you know mousing away in that era hello hello right within an hour hour half also and I start to get foggy I started just kinda like light starts to flicker and I think myself up number one caffeine right right yeah course you are in so then I go hit the caffeine in the caffeine jacks me up and then my blood sugar starts to get weird that I need more sugar than any more caffeine is roller coaster screws your sleep now if you get up and you move your blood and you use the big muscles how worse the blood flow it sends a powerful sends you know energy to your brain so that you just have a lot more clarity so that when you are feeling tired and down you again you know make this bad food decisions right because they're so easy to they're they're so easy to make when you're under duress so that's one of the big things a little though powerful track so you can just in the structure your day take little mini breaks yeah I am so I work with 2200 corporations right now and little things like this they're like we're making millions of dollars it's like the productivity is going up the absenteeism is going down like all this wonderful stuff is happening all from the little things because guess what we don't sit at desks were that's not our does like this this 90 degree thing like this is new anyways I'll be like squatting right we have yeah chairman like this hotel and in China areas everywhere you go in the world that's how they have baby that's having on the bathroom dinner is over now there were no chairs yeah looking you sit on a rock funny and you know it's like you're so you're using your body your your core to hold yourself up you're engaged its is very easy with furniture to falsely or write in it when you fall asleep physiologically the energies some of the body just the ability for the body to draw it to to drive ions through your blood flow starts to come down your brain starts to get less blood you've just not as with it so then against level obviously ID for coffee right you know Jack me it and so that would scare star do the blood sugar rollercoaster renal rule coaster in all this can get fixed by you know obvious eating right and then just being active all day you know in this that nothing to do with meditation I us but what it did is it kept the body alive and awake so that you can ... not just to get through your day but you thrive so I've I've actually it would like monitored thousands of people over this and they're doing better in their careers are making more money it's all these things start lining up because you don't you don't low that winner at work you are working when you're home you're playing it's like you don't bring work and her first see it's better off your clear focused in those 25 minutes in between your working better faster smarter totally and you give your brain a little bit of rest yeah right you can't stay focused for hours on end like I don't know anyone who can write like you you can cut a cram through and pulled a lighter less stuff that's not sustainable plan right you need the brain to just have that yeah I inhaled and exhaled so that you can kind of you know clear out that night all these things with you this microsite goals we just allow yourself some psychological space that's one thing what else what else in the fine ... big Fintona groups I think that we live in a culture where there are obesity gins and its endocrine disruptors there's all sorts of things that are ... correct hitting the city walls invading right we have a lot of things that are challenging our immune system at the gut level and ... be a withered sense and odors and diesel fumes on that so ... adaptogenic herbs like an engine saying and and a ratio sort really help the system modulate president emailed resilience that her results herbs had helped build resilience and I like drugs that treat specific pathway basically bill you overall resigns yeah and we need resilience right whether it's in stressors in life whether it's in you know just our blood sugar management like we we've become beat we've become so challenge that we're not resilient on on many fronts it's a to build resilience means to build it psychologically means to build a physiologically right and functionally writes one of the big things is are you know in clinic I saw thousands of your injuries your ear acupuncture other acupuncturist by trade and so I did a lot ... so I I got into the business I realized that it was just so limited that I started a medical group and had all these offices in sub element of the business side of of it I've been on the like barefoot medicine side of it I've been to all all around a lot of medicine and ... we have had you know lots and lots of patients come in with orthopedic injuries any extra to unpack what it's about it's like people sitting in desks desks and office chairs all day then all the sudden it's time to go the gym gonna go play for you know 5 of 5 basketball and it's like all of writers like will of course you can shorten your muscles all day so functional fitness is just yeah you have to be able to move in 3 dimensions and so the bench presses one to me right and so were you doing on uneven surfaces were you doing to build your foot arches were you doing to build flexibility and strength and all these things they're missing from most people's regiments in those sample that tear their labor homes and then they're like out you know I tear my Lieberman now I can exercise that means I'm just consider on each is I'm going to you have your right right and you have this kind of downward spiral of injuries and weight gain and you know self sabotage that starts happening people are functionally fit so that's that's a big part of my gosh punctual fitness functional fitness is huge if you can't you know touch your toes ... you've noticed play basketball like I said you just you you have to be able to be adopted right so yeah physiological as you know that activity all in the one the big ones from his sleep and you know the new dad so you know I'm I'm house act on it's better in every 6 months ago so that my youngest is almost 7 months old now and ... you know you just to get will cripple and so I ... a pre high functioning dude LC take away sleep on my first kid and I was like the guy sitting on his roof calling FEMA after category 5 hurricane and so what happened but it just it in like swept my feet out from under me so I started to like how the rest cycles were were in when they're gone you've really you really are in trouble right so it's like from the Glen fed ex system of detoxing your brain right to just kidding the psychological balance that you need clear your head or understand like what happened today a sycophant clothes that didn't take on tomorrow with fresh energy that sleep yeah it's so we we're do we have trouble with sleep at one of the sleep packs that you found it general social life is a big one right so blue shifted like what we do is we we dim all the lights right around say 7:00 Clarke of Phoenix renounced Somerset's laid out anyways so we start dimming the lights and we don't have blue shifted light we have ... you know because red shifted to special light bulbs yeah rich shifted ... light bulbs ... for the kids rooms and then we just put everything on a dimmer ... and then we'd like to go by candlelight think about it I mean we've with hundreds of thousands of years it gets dark you have a fire and you know people sing and dance and do whatever then hopefully you have some sexy grossly that's it there's nothing else to do you go out there I've I've been in the African wild Nicholas doing enough there's no TV and frankly you out there most animals have 7 times better eyesight than New York creamed you don't stand a chance you huddle up in your sleep it is cold and so you know cold dark you know lack of light lack of stimulation so you were my big things is to do bills in your bedroom don't watch TV in your bedroom to look drive had in your bedroom delicate Facebook on your phone you that look all of that just get electrical devices out a hunt get up Harry hard clock yeah exactly what you know what I'll do is all I have the phone on airplane mode set my alarm but over there right but like just away right I don't look at it up is so the bedroom is for sleeping in making love that's it and so keeping it cool keeping it dark and one of the big fly shades begin use earplugs they can sure anytime EF you've noise pollution forget about it right so it's like I I do a lot to kind of control my environment sleep is so important to me but there's a peace to sleep I don't I think most people don't get in this is kind of a big part of the book is most people will drive at 100 miles an hour and then be like over OSHA 10:00 and slam on the brakes and Billy I understand understanding I you know I can't sleep I can't sleep insults like well you know what you pop the clutch down shifted down shift again in decelerate right and so for me I always planned on my days kind ending like what I don't do anything come aggressive after like 6 3:04 PM and then I I start to really get into more creative forecaster to get into more just kind of like family time in the evening a list of some sort of emergency it's about kind of winding down in giving you that trust psychological space take a close all the windows from the day and without that deceleration yeah you're you're toast and by the way the half life of caffeine is like our 8:00 hours or something so like if you are drinking caffeine after noon you still got it in your system so you know I I I don't drink caffeine past noon or 2:00 if it's really you know whatever so you can slowdown in the us like it might take a month or 2 of them what you're getting quality sleep all your category are still going on sleep movie man functional fitness adaptive Jan's mine said obviously we talked about which is up and then you know a big piece of this thing we talk about finding meaning and purpose and how finding it is kind of a challenge so you're better off just kind of you know like about me yeah it's is I think a lot people hung up on finding meaning that I like being out I mean meaning and purpose I'm not talking about you know what's the meaning of life right or you know should I go save starving children in Africa what I'm talking about is what matters to you right you know bright and that's where people so I just talked to a guy who's like a good friend of mine very wealthy doesn't need money anything in his trip and all the stuff is like yeah I'm sure if you know I do this but then I think you know what should I really be doing a book will do you enjoy what you're doing is again love it when to that like what like there's this duress that people are under try figure out what else to do when what they're doing is perfectly cool so if you're happy doing what you're doing keep doing that in if you're not happy doing what you're doing go back to sit go back to what made you happy as a child and find what you're happy doing they just do that right it doesn't need to be that complicated it just makes me plugged in with your internal state because you know what what you enjoy doing right and so that that to me is kind of where our people get tripped up in our culture and so the last thing I wanna ask us how do you sort of help people get that last step pretending that ever monk witches is actually building that mental resilience through some practice new type of meditation and you know that you don't like where people start about the Bradley how do you 40 people dollar figure this out the first step 0 mile journey as a first step it's what I do is a practice called gong which is 100 day practice of a of a given discipline whatever it is to you see you look at your deficits in life and so in my first gone it was ... a particular chi gong said that I had to do every single day for 0 days if I fail to have to start over so I built this microhabitat this one dedicated act of self love in my of Chinese for work work yeah worked in such short supply gong right now I would eat part gone 5 of them worry today and so by the time I go to bed I gotta finish this or I lose I start over and so and I have I would have lost I've lost it on day 46 right and I had to start over setback today one step back today one in every day from day one back to 46 you're like damn that sucked right because you're like okay I get it I'll pay attention so it builds the stickers what most of us do will assemble our days around other people's wants and desires for us and so where are things that we need for us and for our own health unfurling sanity for our own everything and so how do we make sure that those are built into our days however deemed forward so I've put I've had people on gongs for 20 years and I have always start small don't bite off more than you can chew get a win under your belt prove to yourself that you can do it because most people are coming off of new year's resolutions that are a joke keep failing can fill can fill you proved yourself your failure you are here right now I'm in the middle one now I I denies that was called a gone but I'm like India packs of writing and and I'm not personals stuff of being accountable for things that are traits of mine that I noticed that I want to fix them but I have to report in them every day great if I don't I go back to day one so if I forget I have found money it's 90 days of I a day 86 forget one day I go back today yeah and the good news is look at 90 days from now you can either you mean 90 days older either way but what have you done in those 90 days and so up in you do 90 days I I do 0 in the reason I do hundreds because every day's a percentage point so it's just you know you just get a very good understanding of what percent of the way there you are and you know it's the I've found that it's helped us get out of it that's good yeah grant and so and I think I got sick thousands of people that have done these over the years and the best part about it is I don't really want thanks for it because I didn't do the work so you pick what you need to do to deal between you and your self right do it right I need days ... what no sugar 90 day yeah of I'm gonna do 10 push ups a day or 90 days ... I'm and meditate for 5 minutes today or 90 days that whatever I'm gonna say 3 nice things to my wife for that's it that's it whatever you're doing is you're gonna build back however 90 days are 0 Days and then from there so quickly it's like ... if your code and back back country ... hot backpacking you plot your navigation line it's okay some to go to that mountain over there and then from there many of this doesn't go the axle all do 0 Days at a time and really move my life forward yeah and and really we have set out I I did one once it was exiting the gratitude forgiveness and ... meditation which was asking for forgiveness anybody might have heard and giving anybody who might have hurt me I'm just doing that everyday saying every day when I woke up and then having a short meditation around and it was like a really change my relationships with people my life to experience myself yeah it makes you a nicer person annex a happier person how much of the energy that you expand every day is and stuff like resentment and you know it's just there so it doesn't like them is ... is ... swallowing poison and expecting of the person to die yeah so so those are all wonderful practices and the question is what's the right practice for you like if you listen to is watching this what's the right practice for you what do you need to do to move yourself forward and what microhabitat like and I like putting it and not because you know when someone says I'm never drinking unless you're a a as hard because it you know forever is a long time do for 0 day CA you don't write insofar me like you even though I seldom eat the stuff right right now one no we no dairy right and no sugar and no coffee and that's might that's part of my dietary part have things that I do the silicon 0 Days will figure it out and you know chances are I'll probly go back on that but if I say for ever that's a very long time and then it can be discouraging yeah this is it's too like psychologically I need to fine that's why did attend the task would be told S. you doing the fraud that it's a whole your breath yeah but you know that's that's it's not I got in like guy I met couples in the city we we agreed to make love every day for 30 days and see what happens to relations while we're Taylor every great yeah yeah it's not easy so that was really hard to get into the whole like if it it's is really a big challenge in life when you kind of also put your kind of excess metrics on other people right so as a couple that's a that's a powerful powerful play right but for me it's like all I need to do this with my my wife every day and sick why travel why it's so it's like I I was going to talk about like does it yourself up for failure I say you know I'm a swim every day for 100 days I'm in Radisson somewhere in like Bangkok or something all I got is push ups so right right but then when I'm cool enough this is like all I can do is what I can do so I plan for that in if I can get more than gravy yeah assigning last thoughts about how we I connected to a life that actually works used russet can I take some of things you learned in so to summarize them for people they inspired to take the next step I like the metaphor of a life guard if you had a garden and you had room for 5 flowers or plants or what would they be and then how much energy or water is it gonna take to sustain these and keep things going for and so what I use this as a filter so when someone comes to me in with a new opportunity do this do that was not a new coming up you know we're busy people I always kind of put up the filter of my life guard in and be like okay will this falls under my career plant but it's gonna require X. much more time which pulls me away from my family my health in these types of things so can I do it is the trade off worth it do like can I do it now can I say not yes but into quarters and really just kind of think through my balance because you know there's hell to pay if I'm not around the kids don't see me in its arm it's something that I can't undo and so these are the regrets I don't have a life so you know I don't know what your flowers are right but always gonna change or different days ago while yeah absolutely but don't want the weeds and don't over water one at the at the expense of the others because what you're going to have this imbalance garden you can have 2 challenges so I love that life guarding great music great though image how that measure what you want to do thing yeah it's just a good filter because there's just you know we live in an age of permission overload you know there's too much always too much so if you don't have something kind of guarding at the gates you're going to take on too much you can experience stress unit make bad decisions and you're going to get sick because a saga I learned a lot yeah thanks in his eyes that they expect a great to see you guys //
"2017-07-12 17:39:00"
Dave Asprey and Dr. Mark Hyman discuss exercise and weight loss
\\so let's let's talk about the study that came out not too long ago the biggest loser study because you know it was front page article New York times that was one of the most read articles here times I was based on this sort of study of about I think 6 or 8 maybe 10 people who went through the biggest loser program fall than before and after measure their metabolism measure their resting metabolic rate measure their body composition always things that we think matter and make included that when they lost weight they slowed their metabolism down I mean when the game away they actually we're at a slower metabolism even than when they started so they were counting in worse shape and it was sort of a depressing study because it everybody got the message that it's hopeless that if you just are doing the most aggressive weight loss program you lose 100 pounds your destiny gain it back there's No Way Out and yeah bodies can always go back to that set point of being found I you know I I have a lot of problems that I like to hear your your view on that study and I'll tell you my fitness studies showed absolutely market is hopeless at it's hopeless to expect to exercise your waiter thinness and it's hopeless to try and start result of thinness it is not sustainable and when you look at Gary Taubes work together a good college back because they've tried this like with with people in prison and people and like locked metabolic words were paid for studies yeah they go crazy the one low calorie low fat diet angry dream about food day are they become Frank yeah right yeah and and this is not normal for us so you have this situation on TV where people are getting injured is what's happening when you're fat your body is storing energy instead of burning it which means there's an energy deficit in the brain and the brain is gonna tell you store energy like like there's as there's there's a famine happening even if you're eating enough for there not be a famine because it keeps going into fat said going into the brain into the cells into energy in the body such energy partitioning problem instead of using it you're saving it which creates a shortage which makes you feel hungry makes you have these cravings and we can do this over vicious cycle there and I I really appreciated the study about the biggest loser because you could interpret it as being helpless you could also say well if approved the concept of the less exercise yeah more wrong it was the final nail in the coffin of the 19 seventies I Marco wisdom 19 seventies which doctor re around weight loss that led countless people to start doing marathons even though it tends to cause inflammation around the heart like I mean I I'm a fan of whatever excess people wanna do but you know what happens guy around the first marathon right Jim fix no the first marathon was in grease so that and the guy ran from Athens despite I don't I don't know the name the 2 cities but Iran 26.2 miles the drug any drop dead of a heart attack but he wouldn't warn you know the enemy is coming in and all the stuff so to get healthy to do an extended endurance event when you're carrying 50 extra pounds of weight which is what people do it is actually masochism yeah let's study really upset me too because you know there was a couple of flawed concept in there one was that you know it's not normal fiercely metabolism when you lose weight well the kana is because if you 3 are pounds you need to burn more calories to keep everything running them if you're 200 pounds so course that'll happen but when they went off the diet they didn't tell them what to do with it and say eat high fat they said eve low fat yeah right and he's just elasticity less and you can't do that unless you're advertising 9:00 hours a day you can't do that and so people gain weight back and they so the McCallum so their entire biology was shifted into more fat storage because they're eating a hire car lower fat diet which drove the waking and we know that's how this works it's called the in some carbohydrate theory of weight loss or that you know the hormonal hypothesis and it's so clear that this is powerful and I you know before he started recommending higher fat diets I never saw people get off 50 units of insulin and reverse your diabetes I never saw people lose 100 pounds and keep it off I just people with struggle and I you know I was trying to get them to do the right thing but I was 3 years following a lower fat set of recommendations I maybe not even the low fat but lower fat and when I switch to higher fat I just saw a remarkable thing //
"2017-07-03 20:16:01"
Dr. Hyman and Alexandra Jamieson Discuss Causes of Cravings
\\so I believe there's really for root causes of our cravings yeah and I talk about this in my book but the it's bacterial nutritional emotional and physical run so the bacteria in your body and there's maybe 10 times more of them than there are human cells of us so there can around in the shallow sometimes they crave sugar a lot of them do so like candied over gross that's a yeast that attract bad bugs pre sugar right said the the bad bacteria which everyone has them that's when they start to grow out of control right I used to jokingly call candied up like the beast with then are the puppet master like they're like driving us to the refrigerator I so you can have this bacterial drive that these they crave so you eat what they need and then there's neutral they were played jump off yeah people get how they get that will they get it by eating sugar and processed foods hang antibiotics to mend using hormones steroids straps all that stuff will cause an overgrowth of yeast witches can be can be it can be other forms of you so I've seen this my practice for decades and when you treated people feel better and woman she lost 15 pounds by just giving any fungal should change the whole dynamic in her body in the information colleagues cravings yeah yes so you can start eating ... you know probiotic rich foods like Ross sauerkraut start taking some good quality probiotics who and star taken down their refined sugar is completely for awhile bass and and you know with all his any fungal lord how can I help you yes lauric acid which yeah and coconut oil which is yeah right great Zappa who actually we we actually prescribed in my practice something call caprylic acid which is one of the faxes in coconut oil use as directly as a supplement to help 3 east yeah that's amazing here up so that bacterial those bacterial cravings are real yeah and you need to look at that first and then there's the nutritional cravings you know you know we are as a as a species most of us are over fed but under nourished do we get a lot of calories but we don't get the nutrients that our body needs the trace elements and minerals area so my favorite example is for women you know most American women especially are magnesium deficient our model is a fellow they now are body knows that if I eat a bunch of chocolate I'm getting sugar and fat and Yummy plus it's pretty good magnesium source yeah clock with one of the best or something so I offer my serious Chaka Holik's I'm like get lied to the supplement ion get a magnesium supplement or take things like you know I'm ... chia seeds and hemp seeds good sources of mac Laughlin ourselves or something at yeah and then there's the emotional and the physical cravings out people often say to me with some shame in their voice I am an emotional eater I say sweetheart welcome to the human race like we're all aware emotional beings some even if you're an MMA fighter eating for the next bout there's a motion there you're not I I really think we do a disservice to people when they tell them that food is just few all and that you should just eat to live and not let the it might be as food is awesome yeah chorus I don't give a pleasure for me other than we need yeah it's delicious and it's how we form bonds with our family with whoever were dating and I always like to say that eating food is the most intimate thing we do with other people in public here it's how we bond and create story in history together so food is emotional but are you using it as a way to enhance goodness or using it to cover up sadness or fear or anxiety or anger stress so emotional cravings got a look at those and finally there's physical craving yeah no work where animals were physical beings we need to move we need to stretch my needs believe me none of us are getting enough sleep and we are built for pleasure and a lot of us to have the fun we don't have enough pleasure adults have forgotten how to play if we can have adult size equipment at the playground I would be so happy if I can fit my adult size rear end into a swaying and just go swing for a few minutes every day house fine in their body the only way we adults know how to do that is alcohol and food sex and sax where we should definitely be having more sacks a minute talk about there's a chapter 8 in my books it directly to chapter but there's so much shame around food and around sex especially for women but those 2 things get conflagration and confused and I really want to take the shame away from out here it's great so so how people get over their parents how do you help them get over all that well the first thing is is to recognize that we all have them not bad for having a craving you might actually want to indulge whatever that grieving is is this craving gonna serve me or is this something that is hiding something ounces at covering up a bacterial a nutritional unemotional if any right if so you gotta kinda work your way into those things and we start to discover what's going on with you and you know really ask yourself like what went one how do I really want to feel how my how are my habits with these cravings and foods and in my life setting me up to have the life that I want they're so I believe that like cravings are really one of your bodies languages that speaks here about what you need but we don't know the language //
"2017-06-19 22:54:19"
Dr. Deepak Chopra and Dr. Mark Hyman discuss how diet influences your genes
\\body and I think I you know one of the striking things about your work is from the very beginning you've talked about how to create balance ... and you've talked about are you beta and everywhere on your book perfect health which I read and it it really talks about using food as a therapeutic agents are in food is more than just calories and I'd let me to search share from your perspective now after 30 years ... how it's changing how diet head influencing our your genes and how it is Cape god these insights we work on our beta and lifestyle well now the book is called sweet jeans and when I see some good games it's the combination of the you didn't give it you know me on my and what he called the FBI so yeah barn rule 23000 genes that's what started a life up to your band and skin back of neck picnic because this that's how we started then on the way out from the mother's womb innate shortly thereafter me why 3.31 0 jeans Ursula 50 tons more genes that are bacterial orders and the number of bacteria outnumber us understand to one with the number of banks in jeans outnumber our human genes by a factor of 150 so what were less than 10 percent human yes I think yeah writing merely human cells are you want to look like a we are here we can go back to your consciousness yes that's right you just say well my so anyway so that's not my Cuba home and then there's like this now click here beach you know matches the shallow proteins outside gene and these proteins actually influence that you know activity are as well and this what we call traffic of information between the FBI you know the microbiome and ... human genome to various metabolites produced primarily by microbiome in our gastro intestinal tract so the microbiome actually is the first thing that food comes into contact with the Michael but I'm being the call it you know let's usually he doesn't like antibiotics it doesn't like car loans it doesn't like ... no insecticides or pesticides on petroleum products London making Ovitz excites them that they're on our food yeah and no it doesn't like a alcohol and it Julie speaking it doesn't like it either unlike anything that's replying man thank you process GM or because they get you want to visit it sick on it is the life yeah and when it gets inflamed it sends on with tablets that cause disruption of being activity book of the year it you know and ... gene directly in addition your Gino Europeans you know which is a group of proteins family what I call the stones did react to everything from sleep to emotions do stress through exercise to movement to breathing to work for Douglas so this is the integrated activity which is called the super GT now being too I made up I'd really love has always been food that comes directly from nature is the best most and that food has 6 states sweet sauce on the temple engine astringent in combination of sweet siren song he'd done slows down your metabolism better find your industry and your needs speeds up your metabolism I Syngenta bitter sweet his idea about you were sweet doesn't mean refined sugar Z. means anything in that even has a sweet aftertaste of complex carbohydrates yeah I'm facts okay 0 feet sweet but I read that they use side slate de well that's derived from applying products and not sin avocados at Andy's stats and he of course which is very concentrated fact derive from men but yes that fact is used in the absence of refined sugar it's what is called little belly ache it helps being membrane of the cell some song other micronutrients so that is good as long as you are having a fight you that if you have refined sugar with death that its diversity that's called sweet fat that's the week ahead that's the problem with the doughnuts if the flower pride in fact that really causes the problems and so fascinating to me that you know you sort of connected the the jeans with the ... at the genome with the microbiome it's all it's all one supergene night I think I have one system yeah what are the system yeah I'm the power of our diet to regulate that is enormous I mean it's affecting everything so enough lawsuits is connected to every other exciting so if you have no dog that lets me you mess up on months little left in Maryland we saw early on to her metabolism change your way you will see satisfaction going who was fun Stanley factor which then brings up but dominant that many fat which then becomes an integral known in my son because still exist you know I metabolism so you know how Mueller lag on me man it's that song we relate to other people through love or compassion or joy or equanimity these things influence everything is happening on regardless it's true I mean I've been reading recent about the social genome how your social connections are social relationships are interactions with another can actually literally in real time change our gene expression for better or worse if it's a good interaction and makes you have better gene expression reduces inflammation helps to be healthier puts a bad interaction can do the opposite is that what you found yes leave mom actually started the first study done here chocolate center was just on medication and within our hobbies we found that the enzyme telomerase if they list the length of tsunami us on chromosomes it went up 40 percent but Justin parties in this study was left recently it is the black monitor team Robert laureates but we had seen the blood so he sent it to our friends of our work Hootie onsite month sign a big shot and what they found was that all the genes that are involved in healing are self regulation on what you and I would close homeostasis yeah there were up regularly civic duty right out and all the genes that Lou on it excessive or inappropriate inflammation ... which miss a factor in everything from infections Antonioni listeners to implement you miles east of many types of cancer those jeans wearing down in fact you know hundreds genetic signature or just medication amazing not doing that not a study which in months I am of reading techniques that you know that in one of the biggest up as you know the biggest loss on the make grants to the lungs to the heart and do they have done a lot of ins and we are finding that it's even simpler breeding techniques like was just reading alright you raise your hands up like this and it is or Jack all you've got the similar to Vegas no we can use the micro while we Jack you should stop oxytocin dopamine ... opiates senator then back to the great so the vague us not only regulates the arctic Knute billet units in the marriage of stress but actually you helps you greet slower stimulates the parasympathetic nervous system junior the Microbiol changes in law to Marcus changes Nikki got changes the way the brain works it's amazing that we know you on this yeah you that it is that because you know it out you know right it's you I love you and I do and I always feel transforming it's amazing that not only your genes are listening to your thoughts but your your microbiome the bacteria are listening //
"2017-06-12 18:18:52"
Dr. Izabella Wentz and Dr. Hyman discuss toxins and their affect on your thyroid
\\so and what's what let's talk about toxins in and a big part of the reason why we have such an epidemic of a thyroid disease in our world is because our world is becoming more and more toxic so we're looking at Tom toxins in our homes toxins in our environment so I'm I was personally exposed to Chernobyl I know yeah I am so I was on the Ukrainian border in Poland when I was growing up and so we know that ... here for anything to Europe I am from Eastern Europe room anything ugh and we know that anybody I am there was one part in the Ukraine that 80 percent of the children that were of a certain age have parity antibodies indicative of an autoimmune attack on their thyroid gland so it's not just jeans it's our environment that's bringing this out now I'm even low doses of radiation can produce and exacerbate conditions by caution artisan asthma I'm sick that's one sort of talks in another toxin is fluoride in our lovely water supplies so public health officials wanted us to have better to eat you know okay but unfortunately I'm Florida actually suppress the thyroid function and we know that our communities that utilize fluoride have higher levels of hypothyroidism back in the day I'm fluoride was used as the press I would function in people with hyperthyroidism so that that's another source of talks this even more because I think it's a lot of people are exposed to that and it's a out you know something even know about or have a choice about it just put in the water what about young kids who are getting all these thyroid pills from their doctor you know absolutely so so it's something that is in our water and were really don't know about it we're taking it and then we have on and disrupting chemicals in ... make up this this is a point that gets me really upset because I am you know thyroid disease affects women primarily and women are the ones that are putting on that have 68 personal care products each day compared to maybe 2 or 3 that men put on and a lot of our personal care products that are supposed to make us more beautiful and wonderful and all that are actually making us sicker so we know that women who I am wear lipstick are more likely to have lupus and that's potentially due to the lead contamination and then there's mercury and then there's arsenic on a lot of different toxins have been found and ... UT products what 6 I would say would be the most Tom devastating so so I stay with radiation don't have foreign aid water filter your water right and I like filters and check out safe body care products I recommend people going to EWG.org but they have a our database called skin deep we can find skin care products and put yours in there and see what Pat toxins there are they rate them whether they're good or bad so 0 porn to reduce your exposure what other things like you can you do for mercury in and land all these if you can find people get rid of them that they actually get far improvement or is it really was a god it doesn't affect them if they get rid of it and so let's see if I like what's his mercury as an example so people who have a mercury amount comes so they have those those silver fillings and their teeth that's a source of mercury and dom with studies have found that some people are mercury sensitive and when they're mercury sensitive when you remove the feelings they actually have better outcomes in the thyroid antibodies reduce their symptoms improve then there's a subset of people with Hashimoto's who are not mercury sensitive and you can do a test call them like that to determine that and so those people probably you know I'm are not gonna benefit as much from the removal but you do want to make sure that you've removed them safely without with the biologic dentist because removing marker in some key says like you ation or even removing all amalgams can exacerbate things if you're ... clearance pathways are not moving properly so one of the things that I recommend rather than having somebody do you know how did you chelation or something like that right off the bat is looking at supporting liver function so doing things like milk their soul and acetylcysteine arm green veggies broccoli to try to remove some of those toxins naturally or moving ... bike by helping your liver do its job or are sitting in a sauna that can be very very helpful rather than taking out some of the talks and then and letting them kinda recirculate absolutely I think is important and you know we're so exposed so much and I read a lot about this how we actually can detoxify what foods we can use how we can use things like exercise and saunas hot bath how we can use nutrients and supplements separately detox pathways how to use things and they got help bind metals no signs of intoxication which is pretty important I think are the the thyroid gland is often called the yellow Canary in the is it basically it's like bianconeri the coalmine it's the gland in our body that reacts most strongly to all sorts of things all the things are talking auxins halogens poor diet stress it's a very sensitive gland and that's why we see such an epidemic of problems with it so so I'm what about ... infections you mention that what about that so chronic infections can trigger autoimmune thyroid disease through you different mechanisms one of them is their molecular mimicry which we talked about so the infection looks a little bit like a pirate and has some protein sequence that similar and then they insist Mattacks and action and then the fiery because it looks like an action there's that's one mechanism another mechanism is the bystander effect but perhaps the umpiring land may have an infection in it like a virus and as the immune system tries to attack the infection attacks almost lost so that's how the fiery can get damage that way another way is your inducing intestinal permeability so we know that it's also permeability is a factor in it just a case of autoimmune disease and arm infections specifically in the cut or in our in the mouth even in the sinuses cannot produce on intestinal permeability so some of the most common ones I've seen in people arm are gonna be H. pylori Blastocystis hominis switches that protozoan parasite it's been connected to Hashimoto's then there's one that I can see it for quite a few years and I am usually let me ... get rid of that pathogen people will start seeing a reduction in pirate antibodies and a reduction in food sensitivities almond there was one sided one of paper I should say that highlighted a person going into remission by treating that pathogens so and it's also been connected it's you chronic hides in your own balls and John suck that's one particular pathogen that may be present out smelling and most doctors by the way don't test for it and they don't even look for it and they don't even know what to do with it once again and think it's not pathogenic they might not treat it yeah I think it's commensal so they say it's it's supposed to be there but sure enough when you have symptoms you get rid of it the symptoms go away tears there are you know they're Saddam different schools of thought on that I'm I'm deathly with the school of thought that it's something that we wanna get rid of ... and then have small intestinal bacterial overgrowth so about half the people with hypothyroidism are gonna have doubts and I can be a prick ... profound inducer of intestinal intestinal permeability MGE intestinal permeability me leak yeah exactly we got we got busted European accents is coming out so right after you speak Polish I don't that's gonna so I think I think it's true I mean you know we don't often think how does our gut bacteria affect our health in that way and it affects everything so you're saying it even affects our fiery function absolutely and I think there's some controversy about parasites because people you know I I'm a big proponent of that the paleo movement but nothing will parasites RP Leo and parasites are good we should have cared they think help with autoimmune disease but just like there are good bacteria and pathogenic bacteria and opportunistic bacteria same goes with parasites clears parasites that are beneficial to us that live in sin biosis with us and then there are ones that cause us all kinds of trouble it depends on you right it really depends on the individual that's why some of you can't just make by the statements for everybody //
"2017-06-09 22:05:02"
Max Lugavere and Dr. Mark Hyman on Type 3 Diabetes
\\so I started doing all this research and you know it it came to my attention that the brain is you know it's a voracious consumer of glucose in the body ... and for that reason you want to keep your your brain as sensitive to you know insulin for one as possible as possible that the role that insulin resistance plays in the brain is not clear the surly but 100 percent of have a observed insulin resistance in their brains and you know this is like having by pre diabetes and and this is one of the reasons the term type 3 coined to describe Alzheimer's and ... aside from that there are so what you said using glucose is what the brain runs on that's we're all taught that it consumes 25 percent of the glucose and then you need sugar for your brain right include because for your brain so what you're saying is sort of contradicts what you said before which is that you don't have a requirement for carbohydrates so can you reconcile if people die watching going what the hell is going on here right so there is an answer to right now though there so there are some parts of the brain that are glucose dependent but in general the break 60 percent of the brain's fuel can be supplied ketones ... her glucose is essentially the energy precursor for the brain so the brain uses glucose to generate ATP actually excess energy which is energy but glucose is not the only pre 280 peak the brain can also use ketones which were actually a much cleaner burning fuel source yeah and in fact 1 of the main researcher comes from fat comes from that in fact when we not even for you felt or you know your body's own catabolism of of your own fat yeah basically your stored firewood for the writer right your brain can use I fuel in fact one of the main researchers that's working the space Sam Henderson ... has I believe it was him Sam Henderson yeah he or one of his colleagues has has basically stated that today we live in a keto deficient ... food landscape because we never offer our brains and your spite from its addiction to which we know sort of like a bird a dirty fuel right and so so I think that the lattice by keeping your blood sugar is low as possible you're not only allowing your brain to tap into this alternate fuel source but the bring benefits in indirect ways as well they found that insulin resistance in the body predicts amyloid buildup that you mentioned before as being a really early ... measurable sort of biomarker sesame's breakdown movies had just that one sentence was like a mouth full and and also really important right so if your body can handle sugar properly right if your cells in your body is resistant insight which is like a state of pre diabetes by the way of facts half of all Americans like one out of 2 people have pre diabetes and 90 percent are not types that's very much most everybody think right and when you have that you you can't regulate your blood sugar and you end up with brain problems right yeah I mean that that basically leads to less sensitivity to the hormone insulin in the periphery meaning and the bonding and that slow creep of glucose of your you know fasting blood sugar for example has effects on the brain I mean it it leads to a process called glycation which I'm sure you're very very familiar with ... and and that's basically like the crust on a bread or that little crispy something from Brule that proteins and sugars forming this crust yeah literally a crust like ... crispy skin on the dock yeah and that actually forms in your brain and in your body Zack I am damages your tissues and and ... create something called advanced glycation end products are ages which are really implicated inflammation and free radical damage and aging in general so which amazes saying is when you basically you know this stuff in a credible way the brain you could creme brulee in the brain it's true I mean it's not it's not funny but it's it's it's it is funny because that's literally yeah what happens in fact brains with Alzheimer's disease have dramatically increased ... amounts of agencies in the bread and cheese these advanced glycation end products so yeah you know what else increases those and food right what increases those in for high heat microwaves microwaves microwave that I did not know yes Michael is your first year while I never cooked in the microwave and heat up a little bit maybe but that would not cook anything on microwave well I knew I was gonna learn something from this interview off-again about one of the leaders the global leader ... yeah so you know so I think I think the diet is profoundly important it's not just the things that I think avoid which are you know the dramatic blood sugar instigators like grains bread things leisure sugar housing mode the more overt signs of you know forms of sugar fructose in general isn't particularly damaging effect fructose has 10 times the placating potential of glucose and so for doses is incredibly damaging ... yes I mean people should eat fruit or if it's a true it's not so bad well I mean I think I think that there are certain fruits that are better than others you know in fact the evidence I focus obviously on on brain health and ... there is a bounty of research suggesting that berries of all fruits are really the most neuroprotective and they happen to be low sugar fruits there are no studies that I'm familiar with showing that pine apple for example is a very sweet fruit yeah of protects ... that being said in general of fruit juice is not something that you want to consume whether it's from a blueberry or an apple for example right or an orange ... you know Frutos in the form of you know fruit sugar packaged in whole fruits which is sort of 5 wrapped in a matrix of fiber in it because of their P. no plan nutrients polyphenols and things like that that's when it's okay to have to get a little bit of what you're saying I don sugar on grains on too much the wrong fruits and had more of more healthy fats healthy fast so what's out well are you know omega 3 fats are very healthy obviously arm particularly if they are in a fresh you know they come from a good you know high quality source ... this evidence that right high levels of omega 3 fats are protective against dimension right they are yeah there are definitely protective against dementia and the mechanism is really interesting so I mean there's a there's a variety of of ways in which DJ fats benefit the burning any EPA's well so EPA fats are generally you know they they are anti inflammatory your whole body in your brain which is very important DH in particular is one of the main structural lipids in the brain so so so so it appears that he finally towards important because how far is an inflammatory disease the brain for the DH actually is the building block for the brain cells right right wanted resent so did you provide the main sort of structural it it pollsters are membrane fluidity which is extremely important spent you know for every song the body but particularly for neurons that need to you know this fluid is a character characteristic that anyone stiff hard membranes one flew in memory right cells can communicate better and eating too many omega 6 is promote more rigid member what you don't want you want to bounce we'll make a sixes our essential fatty acid score 2 right but the ratio that we wanna be consuming omega 6 is to make a 3 thing like one of the problems in at 8 OO omega threes are in almost nothing except for fish and some red seems rather and some forms of algae ... but omega 6 is are in every process food you need tablespoons of it every day and not even realize it because this is embedded in the prosperity of its crackers or salad dressings or sauces or whatever //
"2017-06-05 18:38:57"
Dr. Stephanie Daniel and Dr. Mark Hyman on Food, Fat and Infertility
\\so let's get into your area of interest which I think is really relevant in this whole space of food and fat and sugar that we've been talking about and it's this epidemic that we're seeing in the world and pickling America of infertility Inez imagine it's I think affects one in 7 couples which is just stunning let's like 15 percent of the population can't get pregnant and that's why there's been a huge burgeoning of these fertility doctors and IVF treatments in vitro fertilization and all these techniques and women getting pumped full of hormones and like is there a better way and my how would you approach yeah because of our great ... so I personally think 50 percent one inside there is has been labeled unexplained infertility which and at home she wore issue where these reproductive technologies can really one I'm so in not 50 percent and I start actually noticing in my bishop population on that led to the development of these new 5 is a stocks on the 5 steps are around attrition detoxification modifiable genomics actors I'm home on a balance and then that psycho social spiritual integration of no yeah I'm so you know what I think like many I'm I've hardly more chronic conditions on infertility is another one of those conditions that's been heavily I'm influenced by external factors so like poor nutrient density too much sugar too many refined carbohydrates ... chairman too much exposure to an end exposure to toxins challenged stress on and patent it and I think that's one of the main reasons why we see it yeah persisting in our culture today let's let's talk about each one of those nutrition and detoxification hormones and the the psycho spiritual issues name you know all these factors are quite significant each one is like a whole are safe and I think we meaning give it to me then you know it all starts with and and you know what I I actually been doing folks listen for 20 years and I work with a lot of patience and a lot of them have infertility because a lot of people here and I just couldn't come to do what I would do to help them get healthy and then they get pregnant and so I would always get his nose for my patients a doctor I'm thanks for getting me pregnant well I had a joke about a lot of it is pregnant but it's it's really amazing when you see people struggle for a long time it's been tens and tens instead of hundreds of thousands of dollars trying to get pregnant and just make a few of these tweaks in the systems and people get pregnant so the start menu Tricia what is the role of nutrition infertility I have well that's a that's a big question my I mean I think that's fundamentally case foundational to everything I have you know that that concept I tried to talk to my patient about is around nutrient density UMP knew very clearly whole natural organic I processed foods that have a lot of I've you know crime bang for your Buck in the sense of how many how much different helmets Michelin tire with the levers Manteo and I'm one of the things that I also realize in this is that I have is the number one macronutrient for fertility so if you wanna get pregnant eat it facts why do you not get pregnant that's nothing right but not exactly ... it plays such a crucial role for why one is fat so we don't work that they all the house Sir with the kind of that and it may be back up so the end result is the baby brains are manifest baby brains are made up of fat loss amazing also without you know enough out and anything other entry because you're not gonna be able to create this life up but suffer from not by the way if you don't have enough fat your body things danger starvation and don't get pregnant right like we have mechanisms in our biology that prevent women from getting pregnant when there's not enough nutrients in their scarcity is not a good time to concede that so the body is built in systems that prevent us from getting pregnant better automatic when we don't eat the right guy yeah exactly ... that the evolutionary a part of it I didn't archive biological intelligence that is ... outlets are come second halogens I'm not being you know this very nutrient dense I'm when even I guess macronutrients ... helps I'm sick like amounts for example 01 of that new leading causes of infertility on something called polycystic ovarian syndrome which is I'm because I inflames the sense reading too much sugar tourney refined carbs thoughtful resist and interferes with I'm estrogen and testosterone in fact it it ... promotes the conversion of passage into testosterone and thereby shuts down ovulation I'm so when alas when that's why women get acne and grow beards and mustaches and lose a hair on their head because they're they're actually 10 miles a second and then they produce a lot of mail so startling ovarian promise a nutritional problem it it is right now it comes right down to it it's a lack of fact problem because I'm too much sugar nun Afaq leads to this P. COS problem which by the way causes no but we'll call an auditory cycles that's no ovulation right right and then irregular periods of heavy bleeding all these weird things that are really driven by what you're eating doctors hobbies drugs like birth control pills and even worse to kind of shift this whole system instead of actually having them change your diet dealing with the problem and of course like being on birth control negates the ability get pregnant I am in anyway so home but the point about on but yeah I mean I he knows that that the ways that I also stabilizes forms is that hi I'm it serves as the primary path fountains of our segments of cholesterol is a scary thought again of aspirin for just surrounding testosterone DHEA I'm etcetera and so in a cluster of not bad network first it's not bad piercings actually it creates all the hormones as I can the building block for all your sex hormones and things that great areas in our body will make some of it it does make all of it so its reliance on this dietary I'm component in order to feed that process and produce adequate enough sex hormones that contribute to conception //
"2017-05-26 22:15:10"
Are You Suffering From Adrenal Dysfunction?
\\everybody's Dr mark Hyman welcome my weekly house call your chance to ask me your questions in this week's speedy over to talk about adrenal fatigue now it's a big topic most people don't know what it is or have confusion about it but I'm gonna tell you what I've learned over 20 years of medical practice let's get to the question what is your recommended protocol for treating adrenal fatigue so really glad you asked this question Steve because I get this question all the time and it's really not talked about enough so here's the deal adrenal fatigue is basically a hot button topic because traditional doctors believe that your adrenals work or they don't there either high or low there's no kind of in between so low is called Addison's disease hi is called Cushing's disease and these are extreme versions of adrenal this function I just an interview for the today show where she was asking about adrenal fatigue and entry read all this function there's all budget names for it and most of the just don't believe thank but I I referred to an article New England journal number years ago ... by Bruce McEwen talking about this range of dysfunction that can happen in the adrenal cans from chronic stress and it can be a physical stress like an infection or toxin or commune motional stress ... or mental stress so the bad news is with all the stresses were exposed to whether it's a lack of sleep whether it's poor diet whether it's because by the sugar jacks up your adrenals and causes stress on them where 10 vinyl toxins with its chronic infections whether it's a chronic unremitting stress all these things factor adrenal function so I would say it's a real dysfunction it's not a story insufficiency of star troop quote disease but it must feel going to know they're suffering from this and and your drill bands are so important because they help your body to respond the stress and they also have culture blood sugar and help balance you are welcome here ... fluid balance so if you have chronic stress you know if any kind your drills get beaten up and your energy tends to go down you get fatigued and that that a causes a number symptoms trouble sleeping tired and wired so basically laid on a bed of fields Austin but can't fall asleep you get cravings for salt mostly and also sweet foods you get palpitations you might feel dizzy when you stand up I'm the first step to deal with the symptoms and is to actually start with relaxation your body's begging you to slow down and we sat and things like meditation yoga hot baths saunas gentle exercise naps all can help you reset the next thing is to eat a diet we can help ballots should realize if you wanna sugar mean trouble view to process dire drills are not gonna be happy so get a whole foods plant based diet with lots of healthy fats in good quality proteins I honestly plant based I don't mean only vegetarian or vegan I mean the P. can die deftly do not skip any meals skipping meals is a bad habit for for a lot of people that real this function because they can't recover and then makes the symptoms worse so stay away also from caffeine which pushes her adrenals to release cortisol adrenaline but then he poops out ... sugar also causes the release of cortisol adrenaline arm and also insolence all those things can be harmful in alcohol which makes you feel relaxed in the minute but actually causes problems of cortisol poor immunity increase inflammation sleep issues so if you're having trouble they'll symptoms I recommend you cut out caffeine alcohol also recommend you and number supplements can help support your deals vitamins and minerals is a good multi vitamin vitamin C. zinc are be complex it would be 5 some herbs can be helpful like Siberian ginseng rodeo accorded steps are and these are of greater to help balance adrenal stress response archer Ghana's are you Baedeker Mecca help calm an overactive stress response imps of sleep all these things are really great to use together to help you by recover so if you're worried about your adrenal stress response or if you've been told that you have between a burn out the good news is you can fix it pretty easily without a lot of medical intervention but you need to follow the steps outlined and encourage you hit your pause button and learn to relax now actually few vitamins herbs you can try make sure eating plenty of good food and not the bad food and you will feel better if you know you probably should go see a function as a doc like one a doctor or clinic killed 2 on the center or it wouldn't function medicine doc near you alright that's all the time we have for today if you like this video be sure to share with your friends and family on Facebook and Twitter if you have any questions you can treat them to me or send your many of submission said Dr Hyman.com and maybe next week I'll make a house call to you so thanks for watching //
"2017-05-19 17:12:29"
My Thoughts on GMOs
\\Steven wants to know what my view is on GMO foods well this is a very hot topic right now for those of you who do not know GMO stands for genetically modified organism which means any organism that had been altered using genetic engineering techniques growers turned to GMO crops because the address problems a social insects or weeds that can affect their crop yield these modified crops are engineered to either repel certain insects long we need for pesticides or resist certain herbicides like Monsanto's roundup views from almost all soybeans and it reduces the need for weed control all of which makes crop production less expensive in the long run but is it truly less expensive and is this really true well here's what we know we know from recent reports and studies that G. M. O. foods do not meet their promise of higher yields and lower use of pesticides in fact the opposite is true in a report earlier times based on GMO use in Europe they banned it and it's not in use at all every night states it's in heavy use what they found was that was no difference in crop yield and there was a 21 percent increase in the use of pesticides and herbicides in America using GMO and a 65 percent decrease in pesticides and herbicides in Europe so that completely contradicts the argument of GMO which is that it's feeding the planet and using less pesticides are better for overall ... reduction in the use of these toxic chemicals is just not true first of all GMOs are really bad for the environment they're creating super weeds and super pass that make it really important for farmers to use more pesticides and more besides is that using less if for example Monsanto's roundup is a serious concern to get shown to be carcinogenic acts causes cancer and it also has been linked to birth defects autism homeless illnesses and we're using more and more round up to the working anymore so these chemicals are are really becoming a problem the animals a soil even the people living the farming communities all the runoff from the farms all create a problem there no long term studies to prove the Jim Moser say for consumption so we don't know what the potential health consequences that eating genetically modified foods too and I don't know about you but I'd rather not take my chances for example trans fats were used for decades and decades after 50 years of 60 years after we knew that they were harmful and they were introduced as something better known approval turned out they'd kill probably 30000 people a year from heart attacks and heart disease so I'd better be careful we started to sing these things so it's a porn educate ourselves on how our food supplies manipulated and what is being sold and the stories means of to us that are true and we need to look at all and you S. we don't have labeling on all foods like they do the country's in fact in Europe it's banned I end they have new guidelines around GMO that asked them to voluntarily put some kind of indicator but it can be with a bar code it can be some really obscure way to find out your shopping in the store it's like I say GMOs can have a bar code that you can look up for some thing that you can link to but it's not just gonna say GMO and that's because the government will not move forward and do the right thing which is make clear labeling that any third grader could understand so its estimate about 75 percent of food in the supermarket is GMO or genetically modified or contains genetically modified ingredients now with all this is really long on what to avoid there are for most calming GMO products ingredients to avoid the first is field corn and corn derived ingredients and less organic soybeans and soy derived ingredients and less organic sugar and best wells all those are fully GMOs alright so bottom line avoid GMOs and really all packaged foods and process was the best way to do that is to to real whole organic food as much as possible said organic is no GMO if you wanna learn more about this visit the environment working group's website EWG.org which has great information on GMOs check out the blog for a link to their shopper's guide to avoid G. M. O. foods //
"2017-05-17 16:12:19"
The Root Cause of Multiple Sclerosis
\\everybody it's Dr mark Hyman welcome to my weekly house call your chance to ask me your questions and they were covering some really important subjects multiple sclerosis chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia these illnesses can be devastating and I want to dive in to give you some hope and some strategies first lesson to our question right room I have a quick question I was diagnosed with it and ask about 15 years ago and I've never teach in any of the land turn that they won immunity in the last year or 2 I have weakness in my life lately and I want and I have eliminated teary green single woman in there and I'm not really sure what else I should do it this point like I don't know it I'm googling she would be beneficial I was doing that for wildlife he's turned them emailing usually completely go away fine I'm just trying to figure out what I can do to completely restore my body stack new perfect health and many of your suggestion would be extremely helpful thank you the question is from somebody who didn't go by the name but it was a voice mail on this was the question I was diagnosed with MS about 15 years ago and I haven't taken any medication my doctor wanted me to take over the last year too I've noticed more weakness in my left leg and I'm eliminated dairy grains gluten I'm not sure what else I should to at this point I'm not sure if I should try acupuncture what can I do to restore my body well en masse isn't auto immune disease of your nerves and it can affect your entire body it can cause all sorts a habit hooting nerve damage or prince you from walking bladder problems ... any can be devastating ... and even deadly so let me tell you about my friend and colleague doctor Terry Wallace she's a doctor who was diagnosed with MS and she use the power of functional medicine and food as medicine to manage and treat her M. S. she actually used the hunter gatherer diet is what they call paleo to create her own food plan it went from using a wheelchair to actually participating in completing an 18 mile bike tour she literally couldn't even sit up by herself she could barely work anymore she was highly dysfunctional and she really changed her diet which led to a dramatic change in her biology Emily reversed her MS and now she's lecture all over the world she is a Ted talk which had millions of views I'm gonna provide a link to the Ted talks you can see and from her work there really are number of things that we do to fix MS is mostly looking for the cause him infections viruses molds food sensitivities and allergies got problems are caught this biosis room bounces and gotten we can got ... and there's a lot of things you can do to I optimize your diet base it died this high and healthy plant foods high in fat low in sugar no grains no beans are and she out like this in her book though the walls protocol which is a really great but she came to claim credit into amazing grand rounds for us and and taught physicians medical students I was really quite astounding what she showed in her case now other things important vitamin D. deficiency though but those momentum amassing and ... I and other neurologic issues exercise is critical finding ways to reduce stress getting great sleep all these things are simple things you can do and if you're really stock you need to go see a function medicine doctor have them help you figure it out so nobody wants to hear your doctor say the words multiple sclerosis or any autoimmune disease for that matter it's scary and you know that's real but it's also manageable and often fixable I've seen literally hundreds of patients over the years without it means he's at that image successfully reversed or dramatically improved using the powerful some medicine so there's some great resources intact as we talked about but there's more in the you can check out the written can paint this blog so you can get all the research unit to address through function medicine M. S. and other autoimmune diseases //
"2017-05-17 16:03:12"
Help!! I Have Gas
\\so the next question comes from a reader who left a voicemail but not her name you can wonder why let's listen she says I got your mind then home I have a problem with excessive gas when I sure would like to know how you can you're innocent thank you and I hope you answer my question next week so the cars question is how do I get rid of excess of gas and we've all experienced said it's uncomfortable it's embarrassing ... so let's talk more about this what causes gas will most of you don't know and I didn't really know this either is that humans don't make gas humans don't produce gas bugs in your gut produce the gas so there's a lot of things that can trigger it and what it has to do with bad bugs in the gut and poor digestive function so we could be food sensitivities like dairy causing lactose intolerance of could be other things could be a problem on a functioning digestive enzymes to the bad bugs so how do you how do you deal with that well there are billions of good bugs impact probably trill their trillions of good bugs there's post living your god helping to break and all the food and all of the nutrients to to get in get Max absorption and his good bugs I actually do help you but the bad bugs and create a problem so the bed bugs really are causing fermentation it's like bribe brewery inside that ferments the food and the things that get fermented are mostly sugars and start protein a little bit but sugars and starch actually they drive trouble with your god for that results in all kinds a yeast issues bacterial overgrowth ... in the small intestine and that creates its fermentations if you feel bloated after E. if you don't like it I just your food you really have to get on this and you probably should ... follow some of the guidelines that I put out its my blogs on how to fix your gut in also the 10 day detox I can be very helpful but if you're not getting better you probably need to see a practitioner and get help with getting rid of the bad bugs putting in the good bugs helping you with digestive enzymes all these things can really really help you also might want to try a special diet which is called the low 5 maps died 5 maps are fermentable starches now if nobody coming those with this as I have heard about it it stands for fermentable oligosaccharide Ste disaccharides monosaccharides and polyols that's basically starch to become the starches and sugar alcohols now try to say that 10 times fast basing there are types of sugars found in a bunch of common foods like wheat beans milk apples honey sugar snap peas peaches plums cauliflower sugar free treats especially that the ones of sugar alcohol though that's not a comprehensive list but I you can learn more about the 5 Meg died link below but there's strong links between hi fi mad diets and bloating like I guess so but if you think your gut flora you might give a pixies he ought to restrict your died ideas that get it back in balance also you could 7 with enzymes that help break down some of the future eating ... you can avoid dairy anything out fiber and prebiotics that can all help but make sure that you if you don't get better you go see someone because that's not just symptomatic of gas there's other back imbalance is going on so we all occasion to have gas but it's at and not that it's a natural by product of our day just a machine that's in our tests on track but when it becomes too much it's kind unbearable and I would give these easy fix is a tribe here and feeling better go find a function medicine doc to get to the root of the problem alright well that's all the time we have for today if you like this video be sure to share with your friends and family on Facebook and Twitter and if you have any questions you can treat them to me or send video submissions to doctor Hyman not calm and maybe next week I'll make a house call to you thanks for watching //
"2017-05-16 22:25:24"
How to Treat Eczema from the Inside Out
\\hi everybody its Dr mark Hyman welcomed by weekly house call your chance to ask me your questions in today's episode we're gonna discuss the cause of aids in mind what to do if you have X. has gas which isn't fun for anybody our first question comes from Twitter it's from Korea she says can you tell me the causes of eczema it's only showing on my inside of my elbows in the back of Ty's will exam as eczema so wherever it is it's matters so and summer is a terrible condition if she is so comfortable it's on site way and it's even embarrassing so we have to look at that because of excitement because you can't just slap their lotions and potions and creams on it and take steroids which actually get absorbed into her fall it'll look what's happening inside the body and how to fix what's going on in the outside most of the outside conditions of the skin are actually caused by something going on inside Inslaw other stuff all over it doesn't really help so their number causes one is got problems in fact they're awfully really hit in the gut it's a leaky got which means proteins from food and bacteria and are abnormal cause damage the guy particularly gluten and that leads to the breakdown in the barrier between you 2 and you're mean system and what's in the cut which is foods and proteins and bad bugs and all that leaks in your main system is right there Starscream inflammation ... the biggest drivers are really food sensitivities are gluten and dairy an imbalance is also in the gut one of them is yeast uses a big car man factor that drives a problem with with exam ... diet that's not good no make that 3 fats a diet that contains gluten if you're sensitive a diet that creates imbalances in the gut flora and all those things even heavy metals and other toxins can disrupt the immune system leading to accept so really the first place I start is the got get rid of the bad foods fix the guide get rid of them arm that bugs in there in the best way to do that is to an elimination diet it's the first thing to try and people can get better within days they miss you take out the bad stuff you put in the good stuff and attended the talks died they create is probably the best weight feeding it can immediate sense of is this something that's just relate to what you're eating in your gut flora or is it something else yeah I had a I had a patient once who had exam all over her body shoes on tons of medications and antihistamines and steroids and whose premature mass turnout utilities tumor growth we gave an antifungal and she did much better we found out you had mercury which can cause yeast overgrowth so it was perpetuating and we got rid of the mercury we got rid of her ... fungus and help her god he all it was it was amazing I I saw her for many many years and after the first treatment she basically just resolve the never had anything again and she lost like 25 pounds in the process so it's very powerful use function medicine skin issues are really a problem for many people and whether it's acne or eczema or psoriasis all these can be addressed on and and I think that no matter who you are doing this approach can have it being impact ... sigh I encourage you to focus on getting your health straight and focus on getting your got straight and ... you know you can ask overcomes eczema pretty easy is one of the easiest things of so thanks Corey ... thanks for helping us learn more about exam are getting more strategy he'll I'm gonna link to blogger what about eggs in my 2015 and ... you can learn more there //
"2017-05-16 15:25:26"
How I Treated My Chronic Fatigue
\\alright now let's look listen to our second question which comes from Margo Friday actor Harriman Margot healer I am desperate for help had been diagnosed with chronic fatigue cyber my house overnight mix connected didn't need ha I mean I have tried everything integrated medicine western medicine I wish that I could afford it something new and hoping that you think we are and what is your house because I really need some help them once again rather any energy and stamina and the empirical great thank you this is a topic Margo that's near and dear to my heart and you learn a minute why I'm sure you've heard from your doctors and the many ads on TV that the only way to treat your symptoms is with the drug but I'm here to tell you that that's simply not true and let me tell you why I'm so sure because I had chronic fatigue syndrome it's actual launch me on my career and fuck some medicine because over 20 years ago I went from being super healthy riding my bike 30 miles a day even more 0 my house today and being able to remember huge amounts of information to being completely laid out ... could walk up the stairs could remember why what was it in a sense where I started and and I had severe symptoms at cognitive problems sleep issues muscle pain I had god issues my whole system broke down and everybody thought he was you know just emotional or psychological but I knew it wasn't that there was something really going on internet and mercury poisoning and I had got issues and I fix those and using the powerful tremendous and I were completely recovered and you know I've been working for the fast au plus decade plus doing doing writing books traveling all over the world doing the things I need to do to tell the story of how does it differ model of medicine so let's talk about the role of what the root causes are here soon root causes of chronic fatigue are real they're not the not just someone's in a whining in those a little work I if it's a real condition and the challenges the most doctors and science doesn't really understand it and is applying the knowledge that we do have so it can be caused by got issues that we caused by Lima take infections it because my mole that can be caused by heavy metals so there are real things we look at actually fix this problem so what ends up happening is that all this information and free radicals and sub damaging your mind a contribution will energy factors in your cells that keep you running in functioning in thinking and doing all thinking it is you have to fix for my country and that involves a comprehensive approach including diet and lifestyle stress reduction includes gentle exercise it includes things like meditation but also includes fixing the causes which dealing with climate that's an issue dealing with more that that's an you know heavy metals that that's an issue all these things are really critical to fix the problem then you need to support the body support the adrenal support the mitochondria with the right nutrients we use all host of things those ... symptomatic treatment that I can to fix the cause but you can support people to feel better so I want you all to know that my story had a very happy ending and yours Cantu Margot so check out this week's house call blog for resources and sooner visiting a functional medicine doctor to figure out a personalized plan for you to heal the better yet thrive so that's all the time we have for house calls today and if you like this video be sure to share with your friends and family on Facebook and Twitter and if you have any questions you can treat them to me or send your video submissions to doctor hymen.com and maybe next week I'll make a house call to you thanks for watching //
"2017-05-12 19:03:16"
Healing Eczema and How to Handle Excess Gas
\\hi everybody as Dr mark Hyman welcome to my weekly house call your chance to ask me your questions in today's episode we're gonna discuss the cause of aids in mind what to do if you have X. has gas which isn't fun for anybody our first question comes from Twitter it's from Korean she says can you tell me the causes of eczema it's only showing on my inside of my elbows in the back of Ty's will examines exam us where it is it's matters so and summer is a terrible condition if she is so comfortable it's on site way and that's even embarrassing so we have to look at that because of excitement because you can't just slap her lotions and potions and creams on it and take steroids which actually get absorbed into her fall it'll look what's happening inside the body and how to fix what's going on in the outside most of the outside conditions of the skin are actually caused by something going on inside and slaving stuff all over it doesn't really help so their number causes one is got problems in fact they're awfully really hit in the gut it's a leaky got which means proteins from food and bacteria and are abnormal cause damage the got particularly gluten and that leads to the break down the barrier between you 2 and you're mean system and what's in the cut which is foods and proteins and bad bugs and all that leaks in your mean system is right there start screening formation ... the biggest drivers are really food sensitivities are gluten and dairy an imbalance is also in the gut one of them is yeast uses a big car man factor that drives a problem with with exam our diet that's not good no make that 3 fats a diet that contains gluten if you're sensitive a diet that creates imbalances in the gut flora and all those things even heavy metals and other toxins can disrupt the immune system leading to accept so really the first place I start is the got near where the bad foods fix the guide get rid of them arm that bugs in there in the best way to do that is to an elimination diet it's the first thing to try and people can get better within days they miss you take out the bad stuff you put in the good stuff in the 10 day detox diet that I created probably the best weight feeding it can immediate sense of is this something that's just related to what you're eating in your gut flora or is it something else yeah I had a I had a patient once who had examined all over her body shoes on tons a medication that antihistamines and steroids and whose premature mass turnout utilities tumor growth we gave an antifungal and she did much better we found out you had mercury which can cause yeast overgrowth so it was perpetuating and we got rid of the mercury we got rid of her ... fungus and help her god he all it was it was amazing I I saw her for many many years and after the first treatment she basically just resolve the never had anything again and she lost like 25 pounds in the process so it's very powerful use social medicine skin issues are really a problem for many people and whether it's acne or eczema or psoriasis all these can be addressed on and and I think that no matter who you are doing this approach can have it being impact ... sigh I encourage you to focus on getting your health straight and focus on getting your got straight and them you know you can ask overcomes eczema pretty easy is one of the easiest things of so thanks Corey and thanks for helping us learn more about exam are getting more strategy he'll I'm gonna link to blogger what about eggs in my 2015 and ... you can learn more there so the next question comes from a reader who left a voicemail but now her name you can wonder why let's listen she says and after 9 then home I have a problem with excessive gas when I sure would like to know how you can you're innocent thank you and I hope you answer my question next week so the cars question is how do I get rid of excess of gas and we've all experienced said it's uncomfortable it's embarrassing ... so let's talk more about this what causes gas will most of you don't know and I mean really does either is that humans don't make gas humans don't produce gas bugs in your gut produce the gas so there's a lot of things that can trigger it and what it has to do with bad bugs in the gut and poor digestive function so we could be food sensitivities like dairy causing lactose intolerance it could be other things could be a problem on a functioning digestive enzymes to any bad bugs so how do you how do you deal with that well there are billions of good bugs impact probably trill their trillions of good bugs there's post living your god helping to break and all the food and all of the nutrients to to get in get Max absorption and his good bugs I actually do help you but the bad bugs and create a problem so the bed bugs really are causing fermentation it's like bra brewery inside that ferments the food and the things that get fermented are mostly sugars and start protein a little bit but sugars and starch actually they drive trouble with your god for that results in all kinds a yeast issues bacterial overgrowth ... in the small intestine and that creates its fermentations if you feel bloated after E. if you don't like it I just your food you really have to get on this and you probably should ... follow some of the guidelines that I put out its my blogs on how to fix your gut in also the 10 day detox I can be very helpful but if you're not getting better you probably need to see a practitioner and get help with getting rid of the bad bugs putting in the good bugs helping you with digestive enzymes all these things can really really help you also might want to try a special diet which is called the low 5 maps died 5 maps are fermentable starches now if nobody coming those with this as I have heard about it it stands for fermentable oligosaccharide Ste disaccharides monosaccharides and polyols that's basically starch to become the starches and sugar alcohols now tries a that 10 times fast basing there are types of sugars found in a bunch of common foods like wheat beans milk apples honey sugar snap peas peaches plums cauliflower sugar free treats especially that the one that you're Alcott that's not a comprehensive list but are you can learn more about the 5 Meg died link below but there's strong links between hi fi mad diets and bloating like I gassed so but if you think your gut flora UP of the pixies he ought to restrict your died ideas that get it back in balance also you could 7 with enzymes that help break down some of the future eating ... you can avoid dairy anything out fiber and prebiotics that can all help but make sure that you if you don't get better you go see someone because that's not just symptomatic of gas there's other better imbalance is going on so we all occasion to have gas but it's at and not and it's a natural by product of our day just a machine that's in our tests on track but when it becomes too much it's kind unbearable and I would give these easy fix is a tribe here and feeling better go find a function medicine doc to get to the root of the problem alright well that's all the time we have for today if you like this video be sure to share with your friends and family on Facebook and Twitter and if you have any questions you can treat them to me or send video submissions to doctor hymen.com and maybe next week I'll make a house call to you thanks for watching //
"2017-05-08 16:42:20"
Getting to the Root Cause of MS and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
\\everybody it's Dr mark Hyman welcome to my weekly house call your chance to ask me your questions and today we're covering some really important subjects multiple sclerosis chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia these illnesses can be devastating and I want to dive in to give you some hope and some strategies first lesson to our question right room I have a quick question that I was diagnosed with it and ask about 15 years ago and I've never teach in any of the medicine that they won immunity in the last year or 2 I have weakness in my life lately and I want and I have eliminated theory green single Iran and I'm not really sure what else I should do it this point like I don't know if I keep going she would be beneficial I was doing that for awhile 5 he's turned them generally usually completely go away fine I'm just trying to figure out what I can do to completely restore my body back new perfect health and any of your suggestions would be extremely helpful thank you the question is from somebody who didn't go by the name but it was a voice mail on this was the question I was diagnosed with MS about 15 years ago and I haven't taken any medication my doctor wanted me to take over the last year too I've noticed more weakness in my left leg and I'm eliminated dairy grains gluten I'm not sure what else I sure if I should try acupuncture what can I do to restore my body well en masse isn't auto immune disease of your nerves and it can affect your entire body it can cause all sorts a habit including nerve damage or prince you from walking bladder problems ... any can be devastating ... and even deadly so let me tell you about my friend and colleague doctor Terry Wallace she's a doctor who was diagnosed with MS and she used the power a functional medicine and food as medicine to manage and treat her MS she actually used the hunter gatherer diet is what they call paleo a creator owned food plan it went from using a wheelchair to actually participating in completing an 18 mile bike tour she literally couldn't even sit up by herself she could barely work anymore she was highly dysfunctional and she really changed her diet which led to a dramatic change in her biology Emily reversed her MS and now she's lecture all over the world she is a Ted talk which had millions of views I'm gonna provide a link to the Ted talks you can see and from her work there really are number of things that we do to fix MS is mostly looking for the cause him infections viruses molds food sensitivities and allergies got problems are caught this biosis room bounces and gotten weak he got ... and there's a lot of things you can do to I optimizer died BC it died this high and healthy plant foods high in fat low in sugar no grains no beans are and she out like this in her book though the walls protocol which is a really great but she came to claim credit into amazing grand rounds for us and and taught physicians medical students I was really quite astounding what she showed in her case now other things important vitamin D. deficiency though but those willing to amass and and ... I and other neurologic issues exercise is critical finding ways to reduce stress getting great sleep all these things are simple things you can do and if you're really stock you need to go see a function medicine doctor have them help you figure it out so nobody wants to hear your doctor say the words multiple sclerosis or any autoimmune disease for that matter it's scary and you know that's real but it's also manageable and often fixable I've seen Leary hundreds of patients over the years without Menzies of that I've been successfully reversed or dramatically improved using the powerful some medicine so there's some great resources attack as we talked about but there's more in the you can check out the written complaint this blog so you can get all the research unit to address through function medicine M. S. and other autoimmune diseases alright now let's look listen to our second question which comes from Margo right after 9 and Margot healer I am desperate for help had been diagnosed with chronic fatigue sacrament house overnight mix connective tissue kidneys ha I mean I have tried everything integrated medicine western medicine I wish that I could afford it something new and hoping that you like me are ... one of your house because I really need some help them once again rather any energy and stamina and the miracle great thank you this is a topic Margo that's near and dear to my heart and you learn a minute why I'm sure you've heard from your doctors and the many ads on TV that the only way to treat your symptoms is with the drug but I'm here to tell you that that's simply not true and let me tell you why I'm so sure because I had chronic fatigue syndrome it's actual launch me on my career and function medicine because over 20 years ago I went from being super healthy riding my bike 30 miles a day even more 0 my house today and being able to remember huge amounts of information to be completely laid out ... could walk up the stairs could remember why what was it in a sense where I started and and I had severe symptoms at cognitive problems sleep issues muscle pain I had god issues my whole system broke down and everybody thought he was you know just emotional or psychological but I knew it wasn't that there was something really going on internet and mercury poisoning and I had got issues and I fix those and using the powerful tremendous and I were completely recovered and you know I've been working for a fast au plus decade plus doing doing writing books traveling all over the world doing the things I need to do to tell the story of how does it differ model of medicine so let's talk about the role of what the root causes are here soon root causes of chronic fatigue are real they're not the not just someone's in a whining in those a little work I if it's a real condition and the challenge is the most doctors and science doesn't really understand it and is applying the knowledge that we do have so it can be caused by got issues that we caused by Lima take infections it because my mole that can be caused by heavy metals so there are real things we look at actually fix this problem so what ends up happening is that all this information and free radicals and sub damaging your mind a contribution will energy factors in your cells that keep you running in functioning in thinking and doing all that you need to have to fix for my country and that involves a comprehensive approach including diet and lifestyle stress reduction includes gentle exercise it includes things like meditation but also includes fixing the causes which dealing with climate that's an issue dealing with more that that's an you know heavy metals that that's an issue all these things are really critical to fix the problem then you need to support the body support the adrenal support the mitochondria with the right nutrients we use all host of things those ... symptomatic treatment that I can to fix the cause but you can support people to feel better so I want you all to know that my story had a very happy ending and years Cantu Margot so check out this week's house call blog for resources and consider visiting a functional medicine doctor to figure out a personalized plan for you to heal them better yet thrive so that's all the time we have for house calls today and if you like this video be sure to share with your friends and family on Facebook and Twitter and if you have any questions you can treat them to me or send your video submissions to doctor hymen.com and maybe next week I'll make a house call to you thanks for watching //
"2017-05-01 19:41:56"
Do You Really Need Supplements?
\\so the next question from Chad and Chad asked a question about vitamins and supplements so let's listen which had asked this thing so the question Chad I think most of us are wondering what should I take there's so much contradictory information out there on the web you know vitamins are good for you by means are bad they're going to heal you they're gonna kill you like it's just enough to make you crazy give up right in your doctors like I don't know or they're bad for you are it's expensive urine well let me think about vitamins vitamins and minerals are called essential nutrients Emmys if you don't have them you die by that men vital for life so it's really critical that you understand then portents of what they do they basically catalyze enzymes to turn one chemical to another chemical so they're like helpers that help your bio chemistry work it helps you burn calories and helps you run every system in your body your hormones your brain chemistry all of them are dependent on new tricks now the problem with our modern diet is that 90 percent of Americans according to government enough large national studies are deficient in one or more nutrients at the RDA level that's the minimum amount you need not to get scurvy of vitamin C. or the minimum amount to get rickets something optimal amount of vitamin D. C. don't get the flu is here muscles are strong and see your mood is good so it's really important to take the right nutrients for you and everybody's different to I mean one third of our DNA codes for enzymes and all those enzymes require helpers and different ends and require more Lassie need folic acid some people need a lot more I need a lot more because of my genetics so you have to figure out a little what's going on there but in general I recommend the people have a basic foundational set of nutrients whether you're 25 or 55 any changes as you get older but everybody needs a good quality multivitamin with the right nutrients the right forms of the nutrients that are bio available there actually clean vitamins they're they're they're tested for purity and potency so you know what you're getting and not every company does that by the way you need fish oil omega 3 fats 99 percent Americans artificial making 3 fats and they're essential for for long term health and vitality vitamin D. critical for your main system for your bone health for muscle Helford pressure and for so many things those 3 are like foundational fish oil multi vitamin vitamin the and then I do some add ons for different people so if you need magnesium very common efficiency they need our probiotics further got there a lot of other specifics that people can take but as people age I also recommend ... more support for the mitochondria that's a little factories make energy in your body and those are really critical as you age range so things that Cokie tan my point god said in a single Sistine of this new new one that's been developed at MIT because nicotinamide.right beside these are very very powerful mitochondria supports I mean of course there's lots of customization depending on your health issues what's going on but I reckon Lisa multi facial by Mindy lots of great companies out there used them pure capsule Asians designs for health I'm antigenic sin and Simon Jim these are all great companies that help to actually produce quality products that are medical grade I am therapeutic vitamin so ... that's pretty much what what I I say for you chat is this focus on the basics and then in depending on what's going on the we can customize it how you will that's all the time we have for today if you like this video be sure to share with your friends and family on Facebook and Twitter and if you have any questions you can treat them to mir send your videos missions to doctor Hyman that Tom and maybe next week I'll make a house call to you so thanks for watching //
"2017-05-01 19:37:06"
Help! I'm Overwhelmed. How Do I Get Started?
\\so that's questions from Angelus now Angela is sometimes daunting to make a big change in your lifestyle rank to eat better exercise asleep enough to steal all the things you need to do to stay healthy but it's possible to start with little steps and build what you're doing or it's possible to make a whole scale change which actually I prefer a concert that some it's hard to it slowly it's like if you're not colleges trying like come back on drinking often doesn't work you gotta come to go cold Turkey so that's why I created the 10 day detox so you can do a reset and then change what you're doing but you can you can you start with simple things cut out the process food have simple breakfasts and like smoothies with all the good ingredients you can put in like nuts and seeds and and frozen berries and ... you wouldn't do all kinds of coconut butter and I bagged attended the touch recipe it's great you can upgrade equality your food you know eat more vegetables and good quality meets replace ... all these sort of starchy foods are eating grains and carbs way more vegetables given the bad oils put a good wasn't like olive oil avocado oil coconut oil I end and you find simple snacks you can bring in and take with you where you're going so really courage you to realize that if you want to feel better if you don't know what to do you you can actually make small changes to help you get better and you can also you know work for the person I I always say you know everybody needs a buddy and I in order to actually get healthy we sin is the support and encouragement and doing with a friend is awesome cycle to find a friend do tended he talks with them maybe a couple of friends and and see how it goes because I think if you think the small steps and you you doing small changes you can actually to really really great overtime but also think you know the tentative talks designed to do a quick reset seige psych your computer you can kinda get it going and it's sort of does better we need to tweak it a little bit but Senate needed to read just read format the hard drive and like start off recanted that's what it's sort of like when you when you do the 10 day detox or effect at that so good luck with that and ... let us know how you how you //
"2017-05-01 19:32:49"
How to Eat Without A Gallbladder
\\everybody welcome to my weekly house call your chance to ask me your questions in this week's question is about fat and if you can eat it without a gallbladder how to make healthy simple changes in your diet and what supplements should be taken when I recommend so let's get to the first question it's from Christina let's watch a video here Christina has to say I don't care and then my name is Christina and I bought your book eat fat gets then and I love it I already see a line of how's the vegetables and me and low carb low sugar and I wanna incorporate more fats like you recommend however I don't have the gall bladder and I know a lot of friends and family and coworkers and I just heard a lot of people getting their gall bladders removed and have a tough time digesting fats so I'm wondering if you have any special instructions or if I need to ... modifying my diet a certain way to be able to digest the spots better so few ... have any tips I'd love to know thank you so Kristina you're not alone ... there many people have the gall bladder out and often the real reason the most common reason for gall bladders being taken out is because of pre diabetes or in some resistance Wisconsin starch and sugar believe it or not so what you get gallbladder out its stores bile which helps you digest fat and all your food when you don't have one it's harder to do that so sometimes you need to cut back on fat but you can often use that just been signs and sometimes even hydrochloric acid to help your stomach so the one I really recommend is an animal based enzyme wave MLAs proteasome lipase lipases digest fat has 7 up my pace and you take those while you're eating or when you start to eat you're gonna find this can be much improved and also you can even still even a very similar way but you know focus on protein focus on the good fats stay away from the bad fats and I think you'll be fine most people do really well and they just make the small adjustments in their diet and and when the enough ... enzymes and even hides Cork acid called beating had record so yeah I used Spector's time nynex by many Jetix calmly amended jest or beating heart record Becker cancellations those ones I tend to use but there there's a lot of good ones on the market so encouraging to find that just give a try and see how you do //
"2017-05-01 19:21:12"
The Inconvenient Truth for Sugar Addicts
\\so the next question from Carol and let's listen or care I have to say so Carol here's the thing ... this is yeah economic question I get which is if I can't use sugar can I use blank can I use honey can I use stevia can I use artificial sweeteners can I use a guide me can I use whatever month and look but not fruit lotus whatever you know it's FAQ this is a clear sign about how your body is in a relationship with sugar which means it's addicted so if you need sweet that get by it means you're addicted to sugar and it doesn't matter what it is if it's a guy way if it's lotus bean fruit me you know should parapets go raw cane sugar if it's maple syrup it's honey it's all the same there are slight differences but they really are pretty relevant when it comes to ... what's going on in your body and how it affects so sugar sugar sugar and so the question is you know how much are you having is it a condiment or is like you know the like most Americans we have a pound a day of sugar and flour that's not good so if you don't have sugar in your life as a regular thing and you want to put a little honey or sugar in your tea or coffee that's okay right it's not the sugar that you put in your food is the sugar the corporations put in your food there really drives the problems are really courage not just think about the little bit you're putting in but what it all hidden sugar it's in ketchup it's in salad dressing it's in yogurt it's in everything eats at him you know soy milk I mean it's just everywhere so things that are you think are healthy are often not so I would do it I think about is what you can heal your body in your stable the sugar is more of like a recreational treat Saddam main course it's a recreation fee you made one of us so why should I can have a bottle of wine every night so for yourself by justifying eating different kinds of sugar thing they're healthier than one other they're all the same sugar sugar sugar and just realize its recreational drug and you'll be fine well that's all the time we have for today if you like this video be sure to share with your friends and family on Facebook and Twitter and give any questions you can treat them to me or send your video submissions to doctor Hyman that calm maybe next week I'll make a house call to you thanks for watching //
"2017-05-01 19:17:24"
The Root Cause of Your Headaches
\\so that's questions from Melissa and she's a tweak his I'm battling is horrible headaches for the past 3 years now and they never go away help what can a well headaches are also refusing comment I withers migraines are headaches that are just tension headaches or reactions to other things so why do against go to the costs of functional medicine helps us get to the cause in which it's so many people headaches adults who want to send in Lenox Massachusetts and clean clinical we got about 2000 people the way less there I'm would really have to look at what's causing is the first thing I would look at against foods gluten is a big trigger of headaches and so or other food sensitivities I look it effort of your woman look hormonal changes if your PMS people often have premenstrual migraines and that's in a balance between estrogen and progesterone this often caused by diet by lack of exercise by stress varies a big factor so you have to look at at what's going on or morally and then also it could be other factors for example magnesium deficiency is a huge because it had also is abnormal gut flora when you have imbalances in the gut flora sore or other nutritional deficiency so we really look at that hormones we look at diet we look at Trucial status are and and deficiencies and and we look at environmental factors all these things we really the causes of of headaches and and so it it could it could be so you just you think you're dealing with but you really may not be effectively dealing with and it's it's easy to fix so factors with a little bit of detective work with some diagnostic tests for example magnesium levels hormone levels gluten allergy testing you can figure out what's the cause for you and there maybe 10 people headaches and how different causes the all different treatments that's the beauty of fudge medicines laws to get to the root cause of it so that's really how it approach headaches and it's very effective I've written a number blogs about this about migraines about headaches thinkers check it out like very detailed lists of what to do what to think about //
"2017-05-01 19:14:10"
Always Congested? Then Do This!
\\everybody's Dr mark Hyman welcome to my weekly house call your chance to ask me your questions and this week we're gonna talk about congestion stuffy nose headaches and the difference between sugar so let's take a look at our first question hate artwork arm in arm I'm always congested arm I've gone through a.healing protocol I'm living a very organic in chemical free life Ron my test time is great a digestion is great but I'm always congested might know is always stuffy I do have to Pomeranian dog and I think that might be a culprit but I think that ... drowsy so let me know thanks so congestion stuffy ness runny nose post nasal drip sinus problems they're all signs of inflammation and the question is what's causing the information what's the trigger as we talk about functional medicine we get to the root of product all too well the center lex Massachusetts we see so many patients with these problems and we really work to solve the root cause and it's not that hard actually it's not about taking steroid nasal sprays and decongestants an allergy pills and you know those can be symptomatically helpful but they're not dealing with the problems of putting a bandaid on something word turning them mopping up the floor while the sinks overflowing throughout the sinks overflowing turn the sink off then you're off the mop up the floor so what we but we look at as the causes of sinus problems are allergies now can be food so can be dairy is the biggest one gluten other foods depending on the person there's ways of testing for that there's and there's different kinds of al users the acute like you eat a strawberry Pena at your thoughts was up you can't breathe you die and then there's the low grade allergies which are more called sensitivities and these are things that you gonna die from but that can make your life miserable and they're a different type of part of your mean system that's working on this and that can be from you know all sorts of different foods it can be from environmental halogens which are often the first kind and ... it could be your dog like you said I think that's a big thing think it could be mowing your environment it could be other issues dust allergies that you're not aware of so that's really pointed digging and figure that out but most of the time it's food and other times it's environmental stuff like cats dogs dust mold all those things are real see kinda got to dig in their blood tests you can figure out his blood tests for the delayed allergies the mild winters but test for the IG even give a dog I would I would so check that out but what would I do with allergy patients what we do or people have sinus crap chronic sinus issues we do elimination diet tonight 10 day detox or in fact get in really works well and if you get better then you know it's some very right ... or some you not eating that you were now eating when you go on the new plan and then there's ... settlement saves I use things to help reset the guts you might need to east issues you might need to treat bad bacteria there you can give people certain supplements to get help like probiotics are corseted which is a very powerful herbal I'm medicine that can actually help to reduce inflammation and so there's a number of different things we can use to help people's got healed probiotics ... zinc of evening primrose oil all kinds of things we can use help allergy so it's really pretty straightforward for most people but you got to got to dig a little bit so that's how I would deal with this chronic congestion and stuff you know stuff //
"2017-05-01 19:08:19"
How to Gain Weight on a Low Carb Diet
\\okay so Jennifer's wondering why she is losing weight and how she can actually eat healthier now is wait well the truth is if you cut out starch and sugar you're not activating the insulin hormone which means that you have a hard time gaining weight for most people it's the opposite they need to lose weight and getting rid of it starch and sugar actual help them to lose weight by stopping insulin which is the fast or torment when you are actually losing weight eating the fact that there was a base hit very low starch diet low sugar diet then it means you your body is different everybody's different were all individual so functional medicines really about personalized nutrition and about figuring out what works for you and you know I I need a little starts because I'm skinny goodbye basically don't eat the right foods for me my body that regulates so I'll have sweet potatoes all have cell area which is like a celery root I'll have sometime small ... Peruvian potatoes are fairly potatoes are less starchy and I I'm able to maintain a healthy weight so it's really important to figure out what's right for you so if you if you need a little extra starch that's okay I think it's just really go what the right diet is for you and and and and understand how to maintain that so when you are having other issues you might have got issues absorption issues I have thyroid issues I thought might be too active you my dinner torch stress the a lot of reasons why you can lose weight they're independent your diet so I encourage people that check those things out of the really struggling to maintain a healthy weight per for most people it's finding the right balance for you and tweaking I for example nuts and seeds are actually good because they do have a lot of good protein and fat but they also have some carbs in them and it's a good balance so is a lot of ways to add and in foods can help you gain weight if you lose weight on a healthy diet well it's all the time we have for today if you like this video be sure to share with your friends and family on Facebook and Twitter and if you have any questions you can tweet to to me or send your many US emissions to doctor Hyman are calm and maybe next week I'll make a house call to you thanks for watching //
"2017-05-01 19:03:18"
How to Eat Well for Less
\\so that's questions from Gretchen and Gretchen is a PhD student she says how can I really deal with eating well when I'm so busy in school and you know I I don't have a ton extra money because I'm a student how do I actually eat healthy and and support my family into all this thing so Gretchen that's a great question and I'm actually had to live there because I was a medical student your PhD student and when you don't want money and you know what time like how do you well right I mean and and when I was a medic school I basically got its school came home at 5 you know had dinner and like state 11 sprints with what if and I you know what time but I actually learned how to do simple cooking that's healthy and delicious and doesn't take a lot of time and I I read about my books I I've learned how to eat well for us I've learned how to eat in 30 minutes cooking in one day for 3 meals 5 Mister Brecht estimates for lunch and you know maybe 15 minutes for dinner and it doesn't take that long I am a good chopper and washer and cleaner but it really doesn't take that long if you don't you don't I just eat simply so it's very possibly do that I've written a blog about eating well for less had a grocery shop in 20 minutes I am in really know what's going on but I I really cursed people to realize that it's it's a mess that you can eat well for on a budget and that you can I eat well P. the takes too much time this is what the food industry has driven us to believe one that cooking is hard to that it takes too much time and 3 there it's too expensive to eat healthy none of those are true and they're just designed to help you by process junk food so we did this I did this with a family in South Carolina they left 5 people in a trailer on disability and food stamps they did not a cook and I should about it eat real food on a budget and actually chop an onion and kind of vegetable they never eat any vegetable except canned green beans an iceberg lettuce that's it and it without addressing the bar with his full process stuff you don't have to actually spend a lot of money well you can get simple cheap food are in fact I'm on the board of the environment working group and there's a guy called good food on a tight budget which had eat well for less food is good for you good for the planet and good for your budget so I really think that that when people understand how to cook simply and do a little bit of planning it's actually quite easy for example the morning I'll have a shape which takes me 5 minutes but to gather up put another protein powder nuts and seeds that got lots of recipes my book for lunch I caught my fat salad ABC put ... approval that would suck my favorite vegetable this really ... very dense phytonutrient rich plant that's related broccoli family I throw in some avocados extra fat I throw in some maybe pumpkin seeds off throw in I'm in maybe Canada wild salmon tomatoes and basically I cook really simply met to throw that all when I get pre watched you know over the less I concentrate males washing quickly and Linda I'll will bidding or some paper you got it salad and 10 minutes or less and then dinner I'll make a simple is a protein maybe piece of chicken Lammas stir fry some vegetables up when I you know just some really simple food together and and and it doesn't take a lot in a hell of these recipes my cookbook there's a lot of great ideas in there his ideas but he'd eat well for last how to cook in less time but I I don't think we should be bamboozled by the food industry is telling us to leave the cooking them right you deserve a break today that's just nonsense so I think if it's possible what you learn to cook simply that you can eat well on a budget //
"2017-04-28 16:59:22"
Digesting Fat, Optimizing Your Health, and My Daily Supplements
\\everybody welcome to my weekly house call your chance to ask me your questions in this week's question is about fat and if you can eat it without a gallbladder how to make healthy simple changes in your diet and what supplements should be taken when I recommend so let's get to the first question it's from Christina let's watch a video here Christina has to say I don't care and then my name is Christina and I bought your book eat fat gets then and I love it I already see a line of how's the vegetables and me and low carb low sugar and I wanna incorporate more fats like you recommend however I don't have the gall bladder and I know a lot of friends and family and coworkers and I just heard a lot of people getting their gall bladders removed and have a tough time digesting fats so I'm wondering if you have any special instructions or if I need to ... modifying my diet a certain way to be able to digest the spots better so few ... have any tips I'd love to know thank you so Kristina you're not alone ... there many people have the gall bladder out and often the real reason the most common reason for gall bladders being taken out is because of pre diabetes or in some resistance Wisconsin starch and sugar believe it or not so what you get gallbladder out its stores bile which helps you digest fat and all your food when you don't have one it's harder to do that so sometimes you need to cut back on fat but you can often use that just been signs and sometimes even hydrochloric acid to help your stomach so the one I really recommend is an animal based enzyme wave MLAs proteasome lipase lipases digest fat has 7 up my pace and you take those while you're eating or when you start to eat you're gonna find this can be much improved and also you can even still even a very similar way but you know focus on protein focus on the good fats stay away from the bad fats and I think you'll be fine most people do really well and they just make the small adjustments in their diet and and when the enough ... enzymes and even hides Cork acid called beating had record so yeah I used Spector's time nynex by many Jetix calmly amended jest or beating heart record Becker cancellations those ones I tend to use but there there's a lot of good ones on the market so encouraging to find that just give a try and see how you do so this question from Angelus now Angela it is sometimes daunting to make a big change in your lifestyle rank to eat better exercise asleep enough to steal all the things you need to do to stay healthy but it's possible to start with little steps and build what you're doing or it's possible to make a whole scope change which actually I prefer a concert that some it's hard to it's slowly it's like if you're not colleges trying like come back on drinking often doesn't work you gotta come to go cold Turkey so that's why queen attended the talks so you can do a reset and then change what you're doing but you can even start with simple things cut out the process food have simple breakfasts and like smoothies with all the good ingredients you can put in like nuts and seeds and and frozen berries and ... you wouldn't do all kinds of coconut butter and I bagged attended the touch recipe it's great you can upgrade you because of your food you know eat more vegetables and good quality meets replace ... all these sort of starchy foods are eating grains and carbs with more vegetables given the bad oils put a good wasn't like olive oil avocado oil coconut oil I end and you find simple snacks you can bring in and take with you where you're going so really courage you to realize that if you want to feel better if you don't know what to do you you can actually make small changes to help you get better and you can also you know work for the person I I always say you know everybody needs a buddy and I in order to actually get healthy we sin is the support and encouragement and doing with a friend is awesome cycle to find a friend do tended he talks with them maybe a couple of friends and and see how because because I think if you think the small steps and you you do a small changes you can actually to really really great overtime but also think you know the tentative touch is designed to do a quick reset seige suck your computer you can kinda get it going and it's sort of does better we need to tweak it a little bit but then I needed to read just read format the hard drive and like start offering candid I so it's sort of like when you when you do the 10 day detox or effect at that so good luck with that and let us know how you how you do so the next question from Chad and Chad asked a question about vitamins and supplements so let's listen which had asked the same so requestion Chad I think most of us are wondering what should I take there's so much contradictory information out there on the web you know vitamins are good for you by means are bad they're going to heal you they're gonna kill you like it's just enough to make you crazy give up right in your doctors like I don't know or they're bad for you are it's expensive urine well let me think about vitamins vitamins and minerals are called essential nutrients Emmys if you don't have them you die by that men vital for life so it's really critical that you understand then portents of what they do they basically catalyze enzymes to turn one chemical to another chemical so they're like helpers help your bio chemistry work it helps you burn calories and helps you run every system in your body your hormones your brain chemistry all of them are dependent on new tricks now the problem with our modern diet is that 90 percent of Americans according to government enough large national studies are deficient in one or more nutrients at the RDA level that's the minimum amount you need not to get scurvy a vitamin C. or the minimum amount to get rickets sub optimal amount of vitamin D. C. don't get the flu it's here muscles are strong and see your mood is good so it's really important to take the right nutrients for you and everybody's different to I mean one third of our DNA codes for enzymes and all those enzymes require helpers and different ends and require more Lassie need folic acid some people need a lot more I need a lot more because of my genetics so you have to figure out a little what's going on there but in general I recommend that people have a basic foundational set of nutrients whether you're 25 or 55 any changes as you get older but everybody needs a good quality multivitamin with the right nutrients the right forms of the nutrients that are bio available there actually clean vitamins they're they're they're tested for purity and potency so you know what you're getting and not every company does that by the way you need fish oil omega 3 fats 99 percent Americans artificial making 3 fats and they're essential for for long term health and vitality vitamin D. critical for your main system for your bone health for muscle Helford pressure and for so many things those 3 are like foundational fish oil multi vitamin vitamin the and then I do some add ons for different people so if you need magnesium very common efficiency they need our probiotics further got there a lot of other specifics that people can take but as people age I also recommend ... more support for the mitochondria that's the little factories make energy in your body and those are really critical as you age range so things that Cokie tan my point god said in a single Sistine of this new new one that's been developed at MIT because nicotinamide.right beside these are very very powerful mitochondria supports I mean of course there's lots of customization depending on your health issues what's going on but I reckon Lisa multi facial by Mindy that's a great companies out there used them pure capsule Asians designs for health I'm antigenic sin and zymogen these are all great companies that help to to actually produce quality products that are medical grade I am therapeutic vitamin so ... that's pretty much what what I I say for you chat is this focus on the basics and then in depending on what's going on the we can customize it how you will that's all the time we have for today if you like this video be sure to share with your friends and family on Facebook and Twitter and if you have any questions you can treat them to mir send your videos missions to doctor Hyman that Tom and maybe next week I'll make a house call to you so thanks for watching //
"2017-04-21 15:54:34"
Stuffy Noses, Headaches, and Honey
\\everybody's Dr mark Hyman welcome to my weekly house call your chance to ask me your questions and this week we're gonna talk about congestion stuffy nose headaches and the difference between sugar so let's take a look at our first question Hey don't work on me ... I'm always congested arm I've gone through a Dutch hearing protocol I'm living a very organic in chemical free life //
"2017-04-20 20:45:20"
Join Our 10-Day Detox Challenge
\\when we treat alcoholics or drug addicts will say practice moderation and tell just cut down and drinking or drug use just have that 1 glass of wine or that 190 cocaine we know they have to clear their brain in their body these powerful drugs completely ideally through well designed program ports the detox process and that's precisely why I designed my blood sugar solution 10 day detox diet challenge we need a clear path to detox of sugar and to break that addictive cycle of carbon sugar cravings it robs us of our health we need science now will power to reverse this and that's why I created the 10 day detox diet challenge during this challenge you're gonna have a whole new level of clarity both physically and mentally you're gonna know with certainty that you can regain control you can feel good and you can change your life forever I know finally break free of those sugar shackles hi I'm doctor mark Hyman I'm author of The New York Times bestsellers the blood sugar solution eat back at them and the 10 day detox diet when I wrote the 10 day detox diet I invited more than 600 people to try it out and they lost more than 4000 pounds in 10 days but more importantly we did it painlessly by enjoying powerful addiction reversing foods that rewired and reset their brains in their bodies no cravings no blender boring diet food no deprivation just abundance and delight in at the end of the 10 days they got their bodies and their minds back and I learned a whole new way they eat them live that will last a lifetime hopefully a long one and they got rid of what I call their FLC syndrome when they feel like crap you the challenge is not a magical cure is not a gimmicky weight loss scheme it's a comprehensive science based approach to ending food addiction including rapid safe weight loss and long term optimal health you see the planet for anybody who wants to experience what true well this feels like and for most people that experience is just 10 days away now I realize many may not believe this at all and that you don't think it's possible and you don't really have to all you have to do is give it a try and see for yourself how quickly your body heals and how fast you should pounds when it's getting what it really needs the most my pages say doctor Hyman had in those fields so bad clustered feels so good this is what I want for you to another 10 day detox diet challenge includes 3 key the first is structured the nexus community and of course support when you purchase the 10 day detox diet challenge you're gonna get all 3 of these important features each day you're going to be supported the program with the structure designed to maximize the detox experience ideally video from me will give you an introduction of the day and will give you some to focus on a theme for the day will also help you stay on track with your goals and you can have access to all sorts of tracking tools to measure your numbers and a guy journal you see studies show that when people get support and they help each other get healthy it works better than conventional medical care for most chronic diseases I would recommend using friend power now will power you're also going to receive exclusive access to our online community we're gonna be connecting with people from all over the world who are participating in the 10 day detox diet it's amazing you're gonna be able to share tips and recipes advise stories and so much more so if you're ready to find lose the weight if you want to reduce symptoms of disease for tired of feeling like crap you want to get your energy back join us for the 10 day detox diet challenge there's no better time than right now to take the next step this is your chance to break your addiction from sugar and take the step you need toward optimal health and I really look forward to having you join us //
"2017-04-19 16:12:45"
How to Get Rid of Acne
\\everybody it's Dr mark Hyman welcome to my weekly house call your chance to ask me your questions and this week we're gonna talk about acne and we're gonna talk about how to eat well in your student and gaining weight on a low carb diet so let's get started so the first question is from Michael let's watch Michael and see what he has to say about his acting as a gun dog dying in my name is Michael and I'm from New York and you've really changed my life ... my genuine to cost without you my question is ... I struggle with acne in some digestive issues that have already cut out dairy and gluten get quality sleep exercise I'm and do all the things that you generally speak about and I still haven't cleared my skin to the gree arm that I want to especially my my back acne so just wondering what maybe you'd recommend to me as mother steps I started working with practitioner and doing some testing and I'm I'm sensitive to Gary and I have candy then some lower a bacteria some working on that currently but are there any other things you'd recommend I look at thanks in advance so act is a bummer it's real hip hop her and affects so many people it's a multi $0 industry people are putting all kinds of lotions potions in creams and gels on their face and you know it just keeps coming back the question is how do you get rid of acne and what causes it it's not just coming from the outside were putting stuff like antibiotics and creams and gels on your face is gonna be the solution is coming from inside you have to deal with the inside and really is coming from inside you hear your skin from the inside out with us acne or eczema or psoriasis rock has a rashes they really heal from the inside out so what are the causes of acne Wilson inflammatory problem you get inflammatory bombs Aubrey backer on your face and there are few major causes one is food sensitivities medicine allergy but food sense to use and dairy is probably the biggest causes are so many hormones on there sugar is probably the second biggest because a huge issue and I think most of them realize that when you eat a lot of sugar it dries hormones that actually cause acne so getting rid of sugar and starch and getting off of dairy is a great place to start they're also other things a cause and it's often your got nephew have cystic acne on your back Michael that also could be a parasite I've seen many cases have really significant parasites are driving bad skin issues politically cystic acne I'm a regular acne often can be caused by imbalances your gut flora too much the bad bugs not up good bugs you mention East issues that's a big because I often go right after east arm when I treat people acne I make sure I do the nutritional deficiencies things like vitamin a evening primrose oil zinc are omega 3 fats all these will help acne and and also getting B. commences them to work better by really cool enough information your body that's BC by and elimination diet inflammatory diet by doing things like the 10 day detox can be very very powerful are dealing with information that's really key and getting all this good stuff sorted out so I I often recommend any fun goals over command ... probiotics I recommend enzymes argument number things can help to balance the got so act is a big deal affects millions of people and and there is a solution I could you check out my blog on acne which I wrote years ago but I think that the most hits in any blog ever written sigh anchored to check that out in this weather great resources as well //
"2017-04-17 14:51:14"
Defeating Acne, Quick Meal Prep and How to Gain Weight on a Low Carb Diet
\\everybody it's Dr mark Hyman welcome to my weekly house call your chance to ask me your questions and this week we're gonna talk about acne and we're gonna talk about how to eat well in your student and gaining weight on a low carb diet so let's get started so the first question is from Michael let's watch Michael and see what he has to say about his acting as a gun dog dying in my name is Michael and I'm from New York and you've really changed my life ... my genuine to cost without you my question is ... I struggle with acne in some digestive issues that have already cut out dairy and gluten get quality sleep exercise I'm and do all the things that you generally speak about and I still haven't cleared my skin to the gree arm that I want to especially my my back acne so just wondering what maybe you'd recommend to me as mother steps I started working with practitioner and doing some testing and I'm I'm sensitive to Gary and I have candy then some lower a bacteria some working on that currently but are there any other things you'd recommend I look at thanks in advance so act is a bummer it's real hip hop her and affects so many people it's a multi $0 industry people are putting all kinds of lotions potions in creams and gels on their face and you know it just keeps coming back the question is how do you get rid of acne and what causes it it's not just coming from the outside were putting stuff like antibiotics and creams and gels on your face is gonna be the solution is coming from inside you have to deal with the inside and really is coming from inside you hear your skin from the inside out with us acne or eczema or psoriasis rock has a rashes they really heal from the inside out so what are the causes of acne Wilson inflammatory problem you get inflammatory bombs Aubrey backer on your face and there are few major causes one is food sensitivities medicine allergy but food sense to use and dairy is probably the biggest causes are so many hormones on there sugar is probably the second biggest because a huge issue and I think most of them realize that when you eat a lot of sugar it dries hormones that actually cause acne so getting rid of sugar and starch and getting off of dairy is a great place to start they're also other things a cause and it's often your got nephew have cystic acne on your back Michael that also could be a parasite I've seen many cases have really significant parasites are driving bad skin issues politically cystic acne I'm a regular acne often can be caused by imbalances your gut flora too much the bad bugs not up good bugs you mention East issues that's a big because I often go right after east arm when I treat people acne I make sure I do the nutritional deficiencies things like vitamin a evening primrose oil zinc are omega 3 fats all these will help acne and and also getting B. commences them to work better by really cool enough information your body that's BC by and elimination diet inflammatory diet by doing things like the 10 day detox can be very very powerful are dealing with information that's really key and getting all this good stuff sorted out so I I often recommend any fun goals over command ... probiotics I recommend enzymes argument number things can help to balance the got so act is a big deal affects millions of people and and there is a solution I could you check out my blog on acne which I wrote years ago but I think that the most hits in any blog ever written sigh anchored to check that out in this weather great resources as well so that's questions from Gretchen and Gretchen is a PhD student she says how can I really deal with eating well when I'm so busy in school and you know I I don't have a ton extra money because I'm a student how do I actually eat healthy and and support my family into all this thing so Gretchen that's a great question and the action had to live there because I was a medical student your PhD student and when you don't want money and you know what time like how do you well right I mean and and when I was a medic school I best convert 7 went to school came home at 5 you know had dinner and like state 11 camps with what if and I know how much time but I actually learned how to do simple cooking that's healthy and delicious and doesn't take a lot of time and I I read about my books I I've learned how to eat well from us I've learned how to eat in 30 minutes cooking in one day for 3 meals 5 Mister Brecht estimates for lunch and you know maybe 15 minutes for dinner and it doesn't take that long I am a good chopper and washer and cleaner but it really doesn't take that long if you know should I just eat simply so it's very possibly do that I've written a blog about eating well for less had a grocery shop in 20 minutes I and and really know what's going on but I I really cursed people to realize that it's it's a mess that you can eat well for on a budget and that you can I eat well is it takes too much time this is what the food industry has driven us to believe one that cooking is hard to that it takes too much time and 3 there it's too expensive to eat healthy none of those are true and they're just design to help you by process junk food so we did this I did this with a family in South Carolina they left 5 people in a trailer on disability and food stamps they did not a cook and I should about it eat real food on a budget and actually chop an onion and kind of vegetable they never eat any vegetable except canned green beans an iceberg lettuce that's it and without addressing the bar which is full of process stuff you don't have to actually spend a lot of money well you can get simple cheap food I track them on the board the environment working group and there's a guy called good food on a tight budget which had eat well for less food is good for you good for the planet and good for your budget so I really think that that when people understand how to cook simply and do a little bit of planning it's actually quite easy for example the morning I'll have a shape which takes me 5 minutes but to gather up put another protein powder nuts and seeds that got lots of recipes my book for lunch I called my fat salad ABC put ... approval that would suck my favorite guest book this really ... very dense phytonutrient rich plant that's related broccoli family I throw in some avocados extra fat I throw in some maybe pumpkin seeds off throw in I'm in maybe Canada wild salmon tomatoes and basically I cook really simply met the throw them all when I get pre watched you know we're the less I concentrate males washing quickly and live album vinegar some paper you got ups out in 10 minutes or less and then dinner I'll make this simple is a protein maybe piece of chicken lamb buster price and vegetables up when I you know just some really simple food together and and and it doesn't take a lot and I have all of these recipes my cookbook there's a lot of great ideas in there his ideas but he'd eat well for last how to cook in less time but I I don't think we should be bamboozled by the food industry is telling us to leave the cooking them right you deserve a break today that's just nonsense so I think it's it's possible what you learn to cook simply that you can eat well on a budget okay so Jennifer's wondering why she is losing weight and how she can actually eat healthier now is wait well the truth is if you cut out starch and sugar you're not activating the insulin hormone which means that you have a hard time gaining weight for most people it's the opposite they need to lose weight and getting rid of it starches sugar actual help them to lose weight by stopping insulin which is the fast or torment when you are actually losing weight eating effect that there was a base hit very low starch diet low sugar diet then it means you your body is different everybody's different were all individual so functional medicines really about personalized nutrition and about figuring out what works for you and you know I I need a little starts because I'm skinny goodbye basically don't eat the right foods for me my body that regulates so I'll have sweet potatoes all have so Larry act which is like a celery root I'll have sometime small ... Peruvian potatoes are fairly potatoes are less starchy and I I'm able to maintain a healthy weight so it's really important to figure out what's right for you so if you if you need a little extra starch that's okay I think it's just really go what the right diet is for you and and and and understand how to maintain that so when you are having other issues you might have got issues absorption issues I have thyroid issues I thought might be too active you my dinner toward stress that a lot of reasons why you can lose weight they're independent your diet so I encourage people that check those things out of the really struggling to maintain a healthy weight per for most people it's finding the right balance for you and tweaking I for example nuts and seeds are actually good because they do have a lot of good protein and fat but they also have some carbs in them and it's a good balance so is a lot of ways to add and in foods that can help you gain weight if you lose weight on a healthy diet well it's all the time we have for today if you like this video be sure to share with your friends and family on Facebook and Twitter and if you have any questions you can treat them to me or send your many US emissions the doctor Hyman are calm and maybe next week I'll make a house call to you thanks for watching //
"2017-04-12 05:07:43"
Root Cause of Yeast Overgrowth
\\so the next question from Jack queen and it's a question that is often ignored by most conventional docks impact I think it's nonsense now I've been doing this for over 20 years but the question of yeast overgrowth in imbalances your gut flora is really at the core of what we do and I can tell you how many patients I've helped ideal helping them deal with them bounce the guy for including East overgrowth so the question is from Jacqueline let's listen to what you have to say alright so why does yeast overgrowth occur how do we do not get it how do we deal with that what we do to resolve it so when when I look at a person like them holistically and look at all the body systems and one of the key systems is the guy we now know that god is willing to wait gain diabetes heart disease cancer autism dementia autoimmune disease allergies eggs my you name it they got floor pretty much drives a lot of those processes and one of the things that happens in our society we do a lot of things to cause imbalances including sugar and are 152 pounds of sugar and 146 pounds of flour and starch that actually fuels the growth of yeast also any products that was well when you take antibiotics once or 10 times or more it all drives imbalances and leave to use over grow that's why women get yeast infections when they take me about the pill also does that female hormones contraceptive well actually because user growth and so well other drugs like steroids or even acid blockers to change the PH a of your guy just like we just talked about his many drugs that are problems that mess up your god and then you get this overgrowth of yeast I MF stressful also triggered so what I do is I look at the whole story you know have have on antibiotics have the the diet high in sugar flour having taken acid blocking medications or hormones or or take in nam steroids and then then we do as we unwind that and we say okay what are the symptoms are having bashing these infections they have rashes there and some I mean there's a lot of reasons that that I'm he's causes problems in because across a number of different areas of your body so I really look at the whole picture and that is how what to do and we get some rest has weakened of school cultures into urinary casts we can do arm in just his log jam off will pick it up and and then we then we treat it and we often will use diet cutting of the sugar flour getting rid of processed food getting more arm probiotics in which help fight with the use and kills a healthy so we can do still task we can do urine tests are we can do physical exam and see if there's rashes or areas like exam ... dandruff arm fungal growth under your toenails all these things are clues that you can have use issues and then I know I recommend a treatment program which is such a diet and certain supplements like probiotics help fight with the with the ... yeast or also we give them herbs if things like oregano or or a berberine or other you herbs lower side which is actually a ... from covenant almost actually fixes his problems and then some W. medication weather's nice that index who can score knocks these are medications that sometimes the muezzin severe cases but it's really about balancing the overall got floor and if you want to read more about it you can check out my blog is hidden fungus making you ill well that's all the time we have for today if you like this video be sure to share with your friends and family on Facebook and Twitter and if you have any questions you can treat the to me or send your video submissions to doctor Hyman that comment maybe next week I'll make a house call to you thanks for watching //
"2017-04-12 00:14:24"
Help! I Have Heartburn
\\everybody it's Dr mark Hyman welcome to my weekly house call your chance to ask me your questions on this week's episode we're talk about heartburn and yeast overgrowth and we've got some great questions let's look at the first one the first question is by Laurie so let's listen to or have to say and what she's wondering about whether help I got your hymen in team eyes but doctors D. E. F. G. to her locker me for 9 months now and I've lost 2760 Campani did drop then active again I wanna take my health to the next level but it had 24 hour and day heartburn for a year my question is should I continue to assimilate the yes you can wear it running or not my match Republic doctor tried to help me lose the burn naturally but process I am a tiny hernia above my belly button in desperation but back to my MD in July she put me on PP I zantac workers for life I'm not sure if I should believe her that it's too much chocolate or is it too little stomach acid the MD wants to up the dosage PP I don't wanna stop taking chemicals I think all the supplement you suggested having been kind of bullet proof coffee cheese chocolate citrus garlic onions meant when you change your team that year DGL licorice to no avail I got you your suggestion stomach acid on how to lose a burn to keep using food as medicine many many thanks Lori so where is god asking some really good questions about reflux and about treating it embellish should take acid blocking medication and what's causing it and should she change her diet is awesome questions so let's talk about reflect you know one of the biggest selling categories of drugs I will call PPIs are acid blockers now when I was in medical school these drugs we were told only use them for 6 weeks that they were highly powerful in the suppress stomach acid and now we know these drugs can help people with ulcers but they should be used for a short time and again all I can is one of the biggest selling drugs ever and when you take it what happens is you suppress your stomach acid you have a hard time absorbing and digesting food you get B. 12 deficiency because it upset her presses her stomach acid it causes bad bugs growing your god would call back to lower growth inhospitable bow syndrome in cause osteoporosis can cause pneumonia I mean all sorts of crazy things can happen when you take these drugs and they should be used very carefully and judiciously so the question is well if you don't do that well what do you do what do you what do you take what what are the right treatments well we start out with dealing with di and clearly Laurie has done that she's gotten rid of a lot of things there triggering off reflex many people caffeine sugar processed food fried food spicy food tomato based foods and so on these are alcohol these Dr reflects also can nutritional deficiencies like magnesium see one look at the whole picture what they're eating and then you want to understand like what could be the actual causes and function as we look at the cause and for her you know it's possible that she's actually got picture over growth or yeast overgrowth inner got that shit's food sensitivities that we have been identified that she could even have a bacteria called H. pylori that needs to be treated so we gotta go down into the depths to figure out what are the root causes and if you don't deal with those things people often won't get better and I've had so many people on the 10 day detox effect at them that eliminate the trigger foods are they eliminate food sensitivities like gluten is a big one and they get better very quickly about for those people who need more help they need to dig down and look at what's going on with her stomach acid some as we think it's the lack of ... too much stomach acid might be lack of enough stomach acid or even bad digestion not put enough good enzyme cyber thinkers people to look at holistic we'd all this and I've actually written a great blog on this encourages check out just put in Hyman reflux 3 steps to get really reflects a Harper so good luck with that and I think I am if you just follow instructions you'll go get ready reflects //
"2017-04-11 22:55:40"
Dr. Hyman Recommends the AIR Doctor PRO
\\everybody's got to mark time and here my house in Massachusetts welcome and I want to talk to bettering partition today which is air toxicity no I had the misfortune of getting sick from your toxicity my hole in my own house from all and I didn't have mold for over a year and I had this chronic cough I was really worried about it and try many different existing actually work until I figured out that your taxes to mount house people and also to simply sleep issues wheezing breathing problems even more serious diseases can develop if you have chronic care toxicity in house and mold is really the worst thing you want to come up clean up that you want to have a way to keep your air clean and that's why I really want to talk about this issue it doesn't really it is not I mean the obvious to most people is one of the best things that I've seen that you can use in your home it's affordable video their toxicity so what is your toxicity affect so many people and they don't know about it there's mold in people's houses there's perfumes there's cleaning products how something products are some of the worst and they all have an impact on your helping because we've seen breeding issues the trouble in a chronic disease or more serious offenses which is actually happen to me when I got them all this so there's a company called the here doctor purifier and it's a very simple inexpensive and very effective tool to get rid of the air toxics in your house in the company spent $0 in 2 years developing this technology will help you be healthier and get rid of all the taxes the new house now I've been using it like he was been using it all with great benefit and I really encourage you to check it out if you think your house might have something which most houses do I would just go check it out I think you might get one so I really think you for listening and learning about the issue of air toxicity which affects so many people and really we on the these great solutions so thanks for watching according to the environmental protection agency the air inside your home can be up to 500 times more polluted that outdoor air it's a fact indoor air can actually be making use hi I'm Peter Spiegel and that's why I invented the air doctor professional air purifier indoor air pollution is caused by a combination of particles like pollen dust pet dander smoke and germs plus gashes volatile organic compounds which were omitted by building material furniture carpeting paint cleaning products and personal care products combined these pollutants can create a wide variety of unpleasant symptoms like sneezing gestion itchy eyes scoter skin coughing wheezing irritability even fatigue more serious health problems like lung disease heart disease and cancer may show up years after exposure most air purifiers are incapable of protecting you and your family from the majority of pollutants in your whole because they are undersized only remove particles from the air air doctor is the first affordable air purifier that not only removes virtually 100 percent of the article but the vast majority toxic ozone and volatile organic chem let's take a look inside of your doctor and see how it works pre filter removes larger contaminants like dust in animal here a dual action gas trap filter removes dangerous ozone gases and volatile organic compounds like from alcohol the ultra hip the filter is 100 times more effective than ordinary filters and is able to remove almost 100 percent of the smallest and most dangerous particles powerful witch project fans are 30 percent quieter than the fans of ordinary air purifier care doctor is a sealed system sure no air escapes through leaks their doctor also has an auto mall which takes the guesswork out of operating air Dr and air doctor tells you when it's time to replace the filters we spend 90 percent of our time indoors every day we brief 15000 polluters of air and the toxins in that air can pass through our logs and circulate to our heart kidneys liver and brain air doctor makes it easy to protect your health health of your family from the risks associated with indoor air pollution thank you for your interest and please spread the word about air don //
"2017-04-10 21:41:38"
The Muddy Truth About Soy
\\alright so I next question comes from Instagram and the question is to soy or not to soy I am a post menopausal women with rheumatoid arthritis thyroid issues and leaky gut should I eat soy so that's a great question first we can talk about soy in general and then we'll talk about your question now there's a lot of controversy out there so you'll say soy is toxic you shouldn't eat soy others think soy is you know god's gift to humankind and it's so good for you so what is the truth well like always it's a little confusing in money now the first thing I'd say is if you're gonna eat soy usually traditional soy temp a traditional fermented soy sauce and me so these are all great so I foods tofu is a little different but maybe okay but they all have to be organic so not also is the same if it's organic soy that's okay because not Yamato and also is okay because it's not full of life to say which is the main thing they spray on soy which is a herbicide that has been linked to cancer see no one E. any so it's not again next you know so I can cause issues that can cause thyroid issues it can cause other problems got issues so soy contains lectins and saponins and other ingredients that may cause a problem for some people particularly people like you who actually have an auto immune disease have leaky gut issues it's real important to remember that it's not the same for everybody so for him Ikey Tampa Bay I can have me so never have a problem but other people might that's why talk about the P. can die which is limiting limiting beans but having some organic beans but because they can create problems for many people there and phytates sickened by minerals that can cause problems I really encourage you will eat organic only non GMO which is based that I I basically wrote a blog called house so I can kill you and save your life so here you go Shanker you check it out read their blog and understand that it's not the same for everybody and and based on your question is probably not the right thing for you and it's actually my first step in treating people I mean disease is basically eliminating grains and beans and dairy and sugar and that often will reset people dramatically in the make a try and see how it affects them alright buddy that's all the time we have today for questions if you like this video be sure to share with your friends and family on Facebook and Twitter and if you have any questions you can tweak them to me or send your video submissions to doctor hymen.com and maybe next week I'll make a house call to use so thanks for watching //
"2017-04-10 21:36:53"
Fight the Flu Naturally
\\now Julie sent a question on Instagram and listens to what you said what are your recommendations to preventing the flu and dealing with it once you have it actually I've written a whole bunch of blogs about this you going doctor Hyman a calming you type in fluid the search area you're gonna find some great discussions of whether you can prevent the flu the flu shot where there you need to do other things to prevent the flu how effective the flu shot is and actually how to really not get the flu and what you can do is to including diet lifestyle recommendations and even supplements so the first thing has you wanna eat a healthy diet because sugar suppresses your immune system our other toxic processed foods also suppressed immune systems who want to eat whole fresh real food you wanna increased nutrients that help for example I like to do the traditional chicken soup I'm Jewish maybe that's why but it's actually show that it is very helpful and I add things like ginger and garlic and to work all of which are inflammatory healthy immune system work better Alice recommend things like high dose vitamin C. I recommend vitamin D. we found that if you are low in vitamin D. which by the way is about 70 Santa population right lobe being not optimal which is like 45 or more then if you're low you you're at higher risk for the flu and by getting the vitamin D. up over 50 your risk your risk of flu goes down by 75 percent that's more than a flu shot I don't they have ever gotten the flu they take the supplements I take vitamins I take zinc intake vitamin C. I take herbs I take Chinese mushrooms like my talking she talkie racy these are all great cocktails you can use to help support immune system also recommend people get of sleep and rest and chill out for a bit and really take care of themselves so it's really important to know one that you can prevent the flu and 2 if you get the food is a lot you can do have a special cocktail which is super econo Shia liquid teaspoon 3 times a day I take these Chinese mushrooms I take see I take a lot of vitamin D. I think a lot of vitamin a and I use these for a short time and I can prevent getting sick and also a help shorten the course the disease so you are not powerless over the flu //
"2017-04-06 21:39:49"
Tackling Heartburn and Yeast Overgrowth
\\everybody it's Dr mark Hyman welcome to my weekly house call your chance to ask me your questions on this week's episode we're talk about heartburn and yeast overgrowth and we've got some great questions let's look at the first one the first question is by Laurie so let's listen to or have to say and what she's wondering about whether help I got your hymen in team eyes but doctors D. E. F. G. to her locker me for 9 months now and I've lost 2760 Campani did drop then active again I wanna take my health to the next level but it had 24 hour and day heartburn for a year my question is should I continue to assimilate the yes you can wear it running or not my match Republic doctor tried to help me lose the burn naturally but process I am a tiny hernia above my belly button in desperation but back to my MD in July she put me on PP I zantac workers for life I'm not sure if I should believe her that it's too much chocolate or is it too little stomach acid the MD wants to up the dosage PP I don't wanna stop taking chemicals I think all the supplement you suggested having been kind of bullet proof coffee cheese chocolate citrus garlic onions meant when you change your team that year DGL licorice to no avail I got you your suggestion stomach acid on how to lose a burn to keep using food as medicine many many thanks Lori so where is god asking some really good questions about reflux and about treating it embellish should take acid blocking medication and what's causing it and should she change her diet is awesome questions so let's talk about reflect you know one of the biggest selling categories of drugs I will call PPIs are acid blockers now when I was in medical school these drugs we were told only use them for 6 weeks that they were highly powerful in the suppress stomach acid and now we know these drugs can help people with ulcers but they should be used for a short time and again all I can is one of the biggest selling drugs ever and when you take it what happens is you suppress your stomach acid you have a hard time absorbing and digesting food you get B. 12 deficiency because it upset her presses her stomach acid it causes bad bugs growing your god would call back to lower growth inhospitable bow syndrome in cause osteoporosis can cause pneumonia I mean all sorts of crazy things can happen when you take these drugs and they should be used very carefully and judiciously so the question is well if you don't do that well what do you do what do you what do you take what what are the right treatments well we start out with dealing with di and clearly Laurie has done that she's gotten rid of a lot of things there triggering off reflex many people caffeine sugar processed food fried food spicy food tomato based foods and so on these are alcohol these Dr reflects also can nutritional deficiencies like magnesium see one look at the whole picture what they're eating and then you want to understand like what could be the actual causes and function as we look at the cause and for her you know it's possible that she's actually got picture over growth or yeast overgrowth inner got that shit's food sensitivities that we have been identified that she could even have a bacteria called H. pylori that needs to be treated so we gotta go down into the depths to figure out what are the root causes and if you don't deal with those things people often won't get better and I've had so many people on the 10 day detox effect at them that eliminate the trigger foods are they eliminate food sensitivities like gluten is a big one and they get better very quickly about for those people who need more help they need to dig down and look at what's going on with her stomach acid some as we think it's the lack of ... too much stomach acid might be lack of enough stomach acid or even bad digestion not put enough good enzyme cyber thinkers people to look at holistic we'd all this and I've actually written a great blog on this encourages check out just put in Hyman reflux 3 steps to get really reflects a Harper so good luck with that and I think I am if you just follow instructions you'll go get ready reflects so that's questions from Jack queen and it's a question that is often ignored by most conventional docks in fact I think it's nonsense now I've been doing this for over 20 years but the question of yeast overgrowth in imbalances your gut flora is really at the core of what we do and I can tell you how many patients I've helped ideal helping them deal with the balance the guy for including East overgrowth so the question is from Jacqueline let's listen to what you have to say alright so why does yeast overgrowth occur how do we do not get it how do we deal with that what we do to resolve it so when when I look at a person like them holistic and look at all the body systems and one of the key systems is the guy we now know that god is willing to wait gain diabetes heart disease cancer autism dementia autoimmune disease allergies eggs my you name it they got floor pretty much drives a lot of those processes and one of the things that happens in our society we do a lot of things to cause imbalances including sugar and are 152 pounds of sugar and 146 pounds of flour and starch that actually fuel is the growth of yeast also any products that was well when you take antibiotics once or 10 times or more it all drives imbalances and lead to yeast overgrowth that's why women get yeast infections when they take me about the pill also does that female hormones contraceptive well actually because used or growth and so well other drugs like steroids or even acid blockers to change the PH a of your guy just like we just talked about whose many drugs that are problems that mess up your god and then you get this overgrowth of yeast I MF stressful also triggered so what I do is I look at the whole story you know have have on antibiotics have the the diet high in sugar flour having taken acid blocking medications or hormones or or take in nam steroids and then then we do as we unwind that and we say okay what are the symptoms are having bashing these infections they have rashes there and some I mean there's a lot of reasons that that is arm he's causes problems again because across a number of different areas of your body so I really look at the whole picture and that is how what to do and we get some rest has weakened of school cultures into urinary casts we can do arm in just physical exam often will pick it up and and then we then we treat it and we often will use diet coming up the sugar flour getting rid of processed food getting more arm probiotics in which help fight with the use and kills a healthy so we can do still task we can do urine tests are we can do physical exam and see if there's rashes or areas like exam ... dandruff arm fungal growth under your toenails all these things are clues that you can have use issues and then I know I recommend a treatment program which is such a diet and certain supplements like probiotics help fight with the with the ... east or also we give them herbs if things like oregano or or a berberine or other you herbs lower side which is actually a ... from covenant almost actually fixes his problems and then some W. medication weather's nice standard who can score Nazis are medications that sometimes the bees in severe cases but it's really about balancing overall got floor and if you want to read more about it you can check out my blog is hidden fungus making you ill well that's all the time we have for today if you like this video be sure to share with your friends and family on Facebook and Twitter and if you have any questions you can treat the to me or send your video submissions to doctor Hyman that comment maybe next week I'll make a house call to you thanks for watching //
"2017-04-03 23:55:29"
Sugar 101: Glucose vs. Fructose
\\hi doctor hymen my name is sue brown and I am a recovered sugar addict so I stopped eating sugar 10 years ago and I lost 52 pounds in 52 weeks and that was when I was 15 to I have found that there's a difference in my body and in my brain between how fructose and glucose are metabolized and they're addictive components and I was wondering if you could talk a little bit about the differences between those 2 kinds of sugars thanks first to congradulations who's in 52 pounds and 52 weeks when you're 52 by cutting out sugar I love that okay what is the difference between fructose and glucose and how they affect your body differently is actually a great question because a so much confusion about it first of all fructose by itself doesn't really exist in nature and good because pretty much doesn't either except you know in starch arm but what happens is that they're you know usually table sugar most servers are combination affect us and anglica so should a regular table sugar is 5050 for testing with us and the high fructose corn syrup is a little more fructose then glucose and they both affected by difference let's sort of talk about when you eat sugar you're getting both but if you just have glucose spike's your insulin this is the hormone that makes you fat it's the home on that stores fattier fat cells your belly fat it makes you hungry it slows your metabolism is edgy locks the fat in the fat so like a one way door on a turnstile like an assembly so fructose is different angle because actually fructose doesn't raise our influence under the O. it's better the photos of your diabetic because it doesn't it doesn't but it's a really nasty why because it affects the liver it's metabolized differently and actually causes a fatty liver which actually is linked to early death and heart disease and diabetes it also makes you more in some resistant it increase information it has terrible effect on your cholesterol actually makes your triglycerides go through the roof your good cholesterol though go down you have small particles it's I. disaster is a prescription for heart attacks but when you combine them it's bad which is most food so I think you know fructose is being studied now quite a lot my fretted David Lindley harvesting a big study on the difference of for Tess from fruit verses that prefer preference of regular fructose resistant because so I think we learned more more about this but I can tell you that that having fructose drinks where the fructose is a problem it actually it actually causes a problem in fact Bruce Ames from ... zoo children's hospital in in Berkeley is one of the most public scientists and story he actually told me that they're looking at affect different toes on the gun they found that a cause a leaky gut because it uses more energy to be absorbed so I would stay away from fructose that's not in fruit so fruit and a large amount can cause a problem because this turns a sugar but modern months of fruit can actually be part a healthy diet in last year a type 2 diabetic then you might need to cut out for a bit so bottom line sue is that photos and look because are different effect your body differently but combined in food it's okay otherwise I would stay away from both of them because sugar sugar sugar //
"2017-03-31 16:21:42"
Sugar, Soy, and the Flu
\\everybody's Dr mark Hyman welcome to my weekly house call your chance to ask me your questions now we are going to do some great questions that first one is wants their entry of fructose and glucose and how they affect your metabolism next we learn about how did prevent and deal with the flu when you got it and we're gonna talk about so is it good or bad okay let's look at our first question which is the beauty of submission is from sue alright see what you got to say hi doctor hymen my name is sue brown and I am a recovered sugar at so I stopped eating sugar 10 years ago and I lost 52 sounds and 2 weeks in the to I have found that there's a difference in my body and in my brain between how fructose and glucose are metabolized and they're addictive components and I was wondering if you could talk a little bit about the differences between those 2 kinds of sugars thanks first to congradulations who's in 52 pounds and 52 weeks when you're 52 by cutting out sugar I love that okay what is the difference between fructose and glucose and how they affect your body differently is actually a great question because of so much confusion about it first of all fructose by itself doesn't really exist in nature and good because pretty much doesn't either except you know in starch arm but what happens is that they're you know usually table sugar most servers are combination of from Justin and Lucas so should a regular table sugar is 5050 for testing with us and the high fructose corn syrup is a little more fructose then glucose and they both affected by difference let's sort of talk about when you eat sugar you're getting both but if you just have glucose spike's your insulin this is the hormone that makes you fat it's the home on that stores fat in your fat cells in your belly fat it makes you hungry it slows your metabolism is edgy locks the fat in the fat so that a one way door on a turnstile like an assembly so fructose is different angle because actually fructose doesn't raise our influence some of the ... it's better the photos of your diabetic because a dozen reasons some but it's a really nasty why because it affects the liver it's metabolize differently and actually causes a fatty liver which actually is linked to early death and heart disease and diabetes it also makes you more in some resistant it increase information it has terrible effect on your cholesterol actually makes your triglycerides go through the roof your good cholesterol though go down you have small particles it's a disaster is a prescription for heart attacks but when you combine them it's bad which is most food so I think you know fructose is being studied now quite a lot my faded David Lindley harvesting a big study on the difference of for Tess from fruit verses that prefer preference a regular fructose resistant because I think I think we learn more more about this but I can tell you that that having fructose drinks where the fructose is a problem it actually it actually causes a problem in fact Bruce Ames from ... zoo children's hospital in in Berkeley is one of the most public scientists and story he actually told me that they're looking at affect different toes on the god they found that because a leaky gut because it uses more energy to be absorbed so I would stay away from fructose that's not in fruit so fruit and a large amount can cause a problem because this turns a sugar but modern months of fruit can actually be part of the diet in last year a type 2 diabetic then you might need to cut out for a bit so bottom line sue is that photos and Lucas are different effect your body differently but combined in food it's okay otherwise I would stay away from both of them because sugar sugar sugar now Julie sent a question on Instagram and listens to what you said what are your recommendations to preventing the flu and dealing with it once you have it actually I've written a whole bunch of blogs about this you going doctor Hyman the comedy type in fluid the search area you're gonna find some great discussions of whether you can prevent the flu the flu shot where there you need to do other things to prevent the flu how effective the flu shot is and actually how to really not get the flu and what you can do is to including diet lifestyle recommendations and even supplements so the first thing has you wanna eat a healthy diet because sugar suppresses your immune system our other toxic processed foods also suppressed immune systems who want to eat whole fresh real food you wanna increased nutrients a help for example I like to do the traditional chicken soup I'm Jewish maybe that's why but it's actually show that it is very helpful and I add things like ginger and garlic and to work all of which are inflammatory healthy mean system work better Alice recommend things like high dose vitamin C. I recommend vitamin D. we found that if you are low in vitamin D. which by the way it's about 70 Santa population right lobe being not optimal which is like 45 or more then if you're low you you're at higher risk for the flu and by getting the vitamin D. up over 50 your risk your risk of flu goes down by 75 percent that's more than a flu shot I don't they have ever gotten the flu they take the supplements I take vitamins I take zinc intake vitamin C. I take herbs I take Chinese mushrooms like my talking she talkie racy these are all great cock because you can use to help support immune system also recommend people get of sleep and rest and chill out for a bit and really take care of themselves so it's really important to know one that you can prevent the flu and 2 if you get the food is a lot you can do have a special cocktail which is super econo Shia liquid teaspoon 3 times a day I take these Chinese mushrooms I take see I take a lot of vitamin D. I think a lot of vitamin a and I use these for a short time and I can prevent getting sick and also a help shorten the course the disease so you are not powerless over the flip alright so our next question comes from Instagram and the question is to soy or not to soy I am a post menopausal women with rheumatoid arthritis thyroid issues and leaky gut should I eat soy so that's a great question first we can talk about solely in general and then we'll talk about your question now there's a lot of controversy out there so you'll say soy is toxic you shouldn't eat soy others think soy is you know god's gift to humankind and it's so good for you so what is the truth well like always it's a little confusing in money now the first thing I'd say is if you're gonna eat soy usually traditional soy temp a traditional fermented soy sauce and me so these are all great so I foods tofu is a little different but maybe okay but they all have to be organic so not also is the same if it's organic soy that's okay because not Yamato and also is okay because it's not full of life to say which is the main thing they spray on soy which is a herbicide that has been linked to cancer see no one E. any so it's not again next you know so I can cause issues that can cause thyroid issues it can cause other problems got issues so soy contains lectins and saponins and other ingredients that may cause a problem for some people particularly people like you who actually have an auto immune disease have leaky gut issues that's real important to remember that it's not the same for everybody so for him Ikey Tampa Bay I can have me so never have a problem but other people might that's why talk about the P. can die which is limiting limiting beans but having some organic beans but because they can create problems for many people there and phytates sickened by minerals that can cause problems I really encourage you will eat organic only non GMO which is based that I I basically wrote a blog called house so I can kill you and save your life so here you go Shanker you check it out read their blog and understand that it's not the same for everybody and and based on your question is probably not the right thing for you and it's actually my first step in treating people I mean disease is basically eliminating grains and beans and dairy and sugar and that often will reset people dramatically in the mid to try and see how it affects them alright buddy that's all the time we have today for questions if you like this video be sure to share with your friends and family on Facebook and Twitter and if you have any questions you can tweak them to me or send your video submissions to doctor Hyman are calm and maybe next week I'll make a house call to use so thanks for watching //
"2017-03-28 23:25:27"
How My Meditation Teacher Supercharged My Life!
\\everybody it's doctor mark I'm so happy to be here at my good friend Emily Fletcher whose extraordinary woman she's a incredible Broadway performer in a past life and now she teaches the world how to meditate and the reason I wanted to talk to you and have them we come along is because I recently rediscovered meditation through Emily and ... I want to tell you the story about and why impacted me because I met Emily and in that we both were lecturing in Greece which it's awesome and ... she was Tyrone meditation like now you know like I studied Buddhism I use to meditate a lot I did 10 day retreats for I would meditate how are today I did then Buddhism meditation I was yoga teacher I they tied the yellow guy still do lie yoga and now that's good enough and how so you know found that ... I like to do things to relax and I talked about the stressing and I talked about relaxation I teach about this all the time and I have my own little tricks on to my that's that's and solve I you know guy I I get massages I do exercise I I just going nature and all kinds of things to help me de stress and you know I begin to kind of think well you know I I'm too busy to meditate because you know I'm not I run the clean clinic centre for from some medicine I'm coming practice Lennox I write books I I'm the chairman is to perform some medicine I I do a lot of stuff and I'm like I just you know iPad excited I eat right talk to anything not gonna sleep 8:00 hours I don't attend meditate I'm I'm doing good like I'm not stressed I feel good and the truth was that you know Emily just really touched me and she helped me that's what I understand that maybe I was kind of fooling myself I maybe that wasn't even that maybe there was a way for me to actually be even better like to feel better to do better to be more happy and I I didn't think that I was dressed in pink I was anxious and think that I felt agitated you know sort of I I really went and Williams like listen I I think I might con and need your help so you know we had a great time in Greece we became friends we we know we do a meditation there and just a touch me and we had a great time of the boat we dance shoes made that's a partner we have like this great dance off and when I got we got back recently hamlet I really I I really want to do this and she was kind enough to actually teach me and they are you know she taught me and then how to meditate nice to do TM which is this beta kinda meditations house familiar with but but I really feel like you know when I went with Emily ivory committed to it and I also want to tell you a little bit about what happened and then I want to sort of started to get into it with family because she says such extraordinary human grade teacher and she is offering some great stuff and like I want to share all about from 6 oxides change my life so it's fun to share with you guys so ... unlike again I I'm gonna commit this how many commit to 20 minutes twice a day which sounds insane like how can I do 20 minutes twice a day because like I running around the ga meetings among all over the place like and I was like you know I'm gonna do I'm gonna do this like I I can do this and so she taught me again I'm in it to give me my mind tries space in this ancient technique so tell me about it but it's it's pretty straightforward and I start doing it after I've been doing it for now over gosh ... oh yeah but over 2 months little over 2 months and what I found is is super surprise so I didn't actually realize how I was feeling before you know I think the way I changed was I started feeling I guess like Dan Harris talks about 10 percent happier he wrote this book 10 percent happier to start meditating in a panic attack on TV any like well you know now experimenting and 10 percent happier and I I felt the same experience I just felt happier I felt calmer I felt less anxious I weigh more going on but it doesn't affect me the same way I'm sleeping better I have more energy and the truth is like unify don't sleep if I meditate I feel like I I've just had like 3:00 hours and now like it's unbelievable like regulate every 20 minutes because my eyes that would do it but if I actually met him for 20 minutes I feel like I got a whole new evening back so like I've been hiding in conference rooms at Cleveland Clinic I've been doing it in like the car in parking lots I have my friends drive over go to meetings is I'm just into the car we're going somewhere I do an airplane like I it's like if so fricking port a ball and not have to be in a cushion in some temple with incense burning and like everything perfect it's like they could be all kinds of noise and craziness going around like it is going to my will happy place and it's like off so I I just I really want only to talk about it because you know she she had her own experience in our shoes on Broadway she had issues that she had to struggle with and then chief discover meditation now she she teaches everywhere she's like teaching Kubala Harvard Business School shoes hi Dave asked raised by attacking conference wrong in Greece together superfine she would read about your times how magazine she they were the top 0 woman wellness to watch it should help like thousands of high performers get integrating this model into their into your life and you know I you know I love that saying which is you know I do less accomplish more like it's just it's so I think I I wish I could explain he law how it's affected me because like I would often kinda get tired at the end the date it was a long day and and now I just feel like my whole universe is changing even if it's like forget about getting lighting but just like managing my life like I just feel like it's helped me so much just be happier more productive and I feel I've got to tell you guys like I get a whole new energy at night to go have fun and do stuff that's awesome so welcome Emily well there is a lot that a lot ideal is you're hired a man to have higher is my publicists and PR person who thinks that what he said right once a medical and so this is an inspiring story and really like Bravo there's 2 things that really struck me about what you just shared one is what you're already performing at such a high level your RD changing so many lies in changing healthcare and the fact that this is making you perform even better is is honestly why I do what I do you and then the second thing that strikes me is the fact that you can setting this up for years in major imprison your yoga teacher and you're meditating and you you an expert of experts had the level of humility to go into something that beginner's mind and I think that that makes all of the difference and it's just it's so inspiring to hear your story and it honestly makes my heart so happy he simply yeah yeah it's so great written so I just feel like you know I did it the point is I mean you know I thought I was good in shell like life is good and I didn't actually know how I was feeling Pfizer feeling that I often tell my patients when they go on on it detox and Mike are they get healthy Mike you actually don't know how bad you feel into you start feeling good night and that was the same experience I had yes yes is that you know even AC on in the background is that the buzzing and you don't even know that it's on its internet I'm and you see that clarity and and that's what you will most people feel that stress is talk a little bit do less accomplished mark McGwire that heating can actually help you perform better yeah is up with that diplomat it's I think it's stress is costing our bodies and our green something you know we think that no I need my stressing is my competitive edge of this is I need my strategies on artists and CEO takes my actors think I need my stress any my hurting whose that's what makes create an executives think well I mean my sense is that the thing that keeps me in the game but it's the opposite stress makes you stupid and because it's costing your brain so much if we if we wanna look at why the human body reacts to stress in the way that it does come back in time a few 0 years they were hunting and gathering in the legs saber tooth tiger jumps out at us body launches into series of chemical reactions first thing that happens is that I just inputted acid to shut down digestion because you need all hands on deck to fight for need a predatory attack I think I can see some of your skins you don't taste very good your blood starts to thicken and quietly your bladder and bowels evacuee your immune system goes to the back burner because like who cares if you can get cancer if you're about to be killed by a tiger and interpret drenalin levels of cortisol levels Jack Reacher acidic in each year which leads to inflammation which I'm sure people know that that's no plan now and so it's like a series of chemical reactions is is good for you if your demands are Sabretooth Tigers but if your demands our in laws or deadlines or break ups or traffic or red eyes in this fight workplace stress reactions become maladaptive and it's numb disallowing us from performing it that's how marking it since meditation is the most powerful stress relieving tool we have once you go in and start clearing out that adrenaline and cortisol it's like you're giving yourself your computing power back no do you think about brain is as a computer when you're stressed it's running all these elements programs which if you go to typing email when the cursor is 20 spaces behind yeah rate is adjusted the computer can run in 19 focus on a conversation I can remember why I picked up my son and it's like strength the meditation goes in and closes out all those relevant windows if you have more computing power for the task at hand and increasing mental and physical energy that allows you to do less and accomplish more like life just gets more elegant more easy and to your point is for enjoying it more yeah says it's so shocking and now I hate to say it I'm a kind of a little addicted to it yeah yeah addicted I'm gonna like I like why I dislike I'm I this may have happened you know I I I think in few months has probably 2 or 3 afternoons writes couldn't make it happen Arcot too late but ... you know I I just figure it out like you know like I just because I just see my office at work or I just you know close the door just waiting anxiously for dinner like whatever I use feel like it's it's such a value add to my well being like okay makes more productive and all that but like it's just quality of my experience changes like my ability to be president be in the world do the things I wanted to show off for people all care about things I care about not get overwhelmed like I function a really high level but like this just it just really just like wow like I was like okay like I know the eating gray is awesome okay I got that now and I know how to do and I focus on I know exercise importance I do that and sleep is important but like you know I would not have ever believed that the magnitude of the effect of this like I thought well you know like I know if I eat like a donut I'm gonna feel crappy but like I don't know if I meditate whenever it's like big deal like I am I doing yoga and I do all this other stuff to relax in a you know but it's just not the same yeah and I still do yoga and other things like it's just not the same like you're some qual and I don't maybe the homie explain like triple what is it because like I like I inoculate I think a nap I can do yoga after 20 minutes like it's not the same as 20 minutes of this deep meditation and people I can meditate because I keep thinking of course I do to everybody does a thoughts Naropa you keep coming back to this mantra which is just a word like a meaningless word that you just say it's a sound but it's because of a brief quite like what is going on that actually changes your nervous system like that didn't suit in the silence his 920 you're you're accessing a verifiable court state of consciousness so it's different than waking it's different than sleeping and it's different than green and in this state of consciousness guy and you were getting rest that somewhere between 2 to 5 times deeper than sleep there's different scientific studies that say different you know degrees of that but I actually think that if you're not like some loud being studied with like rectal thermometers in cameras on your eyes excuses are diving to deep is meditation okay so I think that you know you're just doing on account your home you may actually be getting sleep arrest that's even deeper than that but yeah selling those to meditate for the rectal thermometer you don't recommend that you may not like the list that of which they speak in the hearing like you said there's a there's a mantra which is like a meaningless primordial sound but actually is the sound quality of the mantra that helps in the X. think the nervous system I know that sounds a little bit if you're a weirdo there's actually you want to look at this is that some YouTube videos you can buy some sign Maddux see why any tea ice yes is the science of sound here not a sheet of her ring of sand on and the plate with a clean balance and will think of these beautiful secret geometric shapes in Bangor this mantra is D. exciting the nervous system when you de excites something you create order and you create order in your sound holes it's like all the stress that we've been holding our cellular memory for our whole lives yeah so leave the building and that's why for the first few weeks he felt a little bit like you said that your nervous system is rearranging a little bit motional detox they are most of us have some stock stored in your unit was a dog that barks our face when we were 5 or our parents got divorced when we were 12 and we hold that stuff in ourselves when we want non media so meditation goes in and I like to think about it like it's bringing you out and so the yes it's kind of intense in the beginning and I think that's why it's really good to have some guidance how they are going to help you through that they can be quite intense and but then like to your point when she moves through its like life is brighter latest life is clear you Sir functioning better in certain moving more because your findings working so hard to handle the stress so it's so I it's it's so shocking to me like I I feel like an idiot honestly because I mean I know I've I tell I'm talking to them as a team that tell me the meditate I thought you know like but it's this is very different than my regular meditation like I can it's just something different about it and I you know I again I say study Buddhism that's more mindfulness meditation which is I think very powerful and effective you know John Kemp is is that a ton of work on this yeah but there's it's like that if I can get a certain like you know when your dues and meditation lights it up stranicu show like it to be like perfect then like you can't scratch your nose and like it's like a big scoop you know it's like if if knowing that his his heart and you know like if you're in a if you know retreat in the woods and like that's fine but this is this is so like portable in crazy life which is and you don't and you can do you know your body is relaxed you to lean up against something you're not like all perfect you can kind of slump and like you get into this like either way being that is and you it is so different like I I guess he's my wife why spend all flights a different experience so you so there's thousands of different styles of yeah chan and most of them fall under one of 2 umbrellas and what we would call mindfulness which is a good director focus style of meditation and others that I teaches you know which is more like I think the Congolese demands that it yeah but actually beaten man medication right because it's designed to be portable it's designed to be integrated into your life when you don't have to have a Cuban incense and finger cymbals to do it all you need is a chair or an airplane seat or a bus or something I'm in so mindfulness is more of a weakening state practice Michael this is where you're directing your focus right like you either looking at a lamer you're counting your wrath that you're visualizing and your chakras are visualizing some lovely scene acting your focus in a certain way whereas what I teach is more of a ... a surrendering practice and I know that people do not like the word surrender but in the evening giving up for quitting but it's actually it's a it's a beautiful series of letting go and trusting that nature has your back and allow your body to settle into this deep rest and in the beautiful by product is that not only are you splitting your brain with dopamine and serotonin which your list chemicals because you're giving your body this depressed when you come out of it you're actually more a week yeah more conscious and it's I actually find it you become more mindful you become more present as a by product of doing this lazy man's meditation because you're actually getting rid of stress in the nervous system the other thing you know is so great about it you talk to me about it was it wasn't picked you're my thinking going I think I can sit there for 20 minutes tonight I might think about like that 40 things I gotta do and the people on one and talk to and that this and that and like it no I I mean maybe half a better more could be completely distracted by and I still at the end I'm still like wow that was amazing because like I don't know what's happening in there but like I and it's like it's it's so people I can meditate because I can't stop thinking on like it's not stopping thinking it's just like coming back and coming back and coming back it's like you know right yes so I think you bring it up is I think a section of number one misconception around it is not for every day and no one knows he I get that is good for me there so much science around it I can stomach reason mine from thinking someone a bit of a workout so they can be trained people's ideas about meditation so perhaps the thing about being on this the mine think Amanda you know this measurements you share this but he could be in changing where are the mine thinks involuntarily just like the heartbeat involuntarily I saw my dad how ridiculous it would be to sit down and meditate and be like okay heart stopped beating yeah I think that's ridiculous like okay nails stop growing that's you yeah yeah this is the criteria by which most of us are judging our meditations really okay brain stopped thinking I sure like smack willow snatched it yes and then you're just like me you know failure and then you quit item and so like you said in this it has nothing to do with stopping your mind from thinking no one meditates to become a good medicine here we don't matter as you can get good at meditation we met is he get good at right now yeah it's got so so like and people watching them all you know that sounds great to me you figured out like I like I'm so busy like I I don't have time to meditate with your advice when my house to get started like what if the struggle like those are to busy to meditate like what he gonna tell what is the 2 things I knew everything to say to people that think they're too busy to meditate is it Oprah has time to meditate you have time to mess he's and I'm gonna see if Dr mark Hyman is known as the you have time I was like I think I showed his cartoons like ... do what you have more time for exercising one hour a day are being dead 2004 hours a day that's good that's really good problem so you know I think that we think we're too busy and as it was we don't want to meditate because we don't know how to do it and we feel like we're failing and no one 's gonna makes time for some if you like your feeling at here so an obvious and meditation teacher so I'm biased but I really think it makes a difference to get some training right like to sit down and try to like master card that okay for 20 minutes twice they were gonna speak Japanese yeah group challenge and even as the Japanese that's really dumb but if you know how to speak Japanese and that's real fun greater but you gotta learn and so meditations like any other skill it takes a little bit of training and so you know I teach in person in New York and LA but sort of happening is a lot of my students like only my cousin lives in Idaho he does not access to a teacher I really want to learn and so I made this online training it's because even mines and United yeah 20 minutes a day for 8 consecutive days and it's it's matriculation except by staff in its training you how to be self like I am only in a box basically yeah I'm I'm I'm I'm only on demand I like that it's a huge meaning so by the end of it you graduate you have the practice to take with you for life you can bet is he in a car on a bus on a plane in a meeting when not in a meeting but maybe in a conference room after your meeting ... and then there's also some guided visualizations on there like for traveling or insomnia or stress release or for performance they're not and that's because even mine so I mean obviously I'm biased but I really think it makes a difference to get a bit of training because meditations like any other skill yeah well trained though practice with them what you know how to do it something you look forward to another didn't yeah I mean I hear things in the plane can you tell me about my life while I yeah I you like many thing you take off met him you and make some as a short fight and I just think once when I'm on my way down and only when they get a flag of planet you know it's like this no oxygen is you dehydrating traveling it's airports is annoying you get stressed and like I usually feel a little drained after all that and now I can't win on Mike met him I well I got a radio it's I think it's like what happened to you know it's like it cleans it changed everything right so it's like I don't have time not to meditate now loan but I don't I don't like if I don't enjoy my life and be happy and effective like and work I mean if I'm like I have something to raid or I'm like working on the plane in if I like a little 5 year Tara I just met him from me I wake up like wow Cikgu I got this idea like right into it and it's totally like ... it's like it's like drinking 6 cups of coffee without feeling like speedy it's yeah alert and focused and calm and it's like wow who needs all I copy it cover them work thank god I can't even drink coffee anywhere we don't tell Dave but like I mean easy but it is really going to sustainable energy and actually a lot students report like not even turning on their coffee makers for like weeks after that you know that ask they don't but not exhausted anymore I hear you I think the jet lag thing like how meditation here isn't the jet lag is like price of admission and also to hear my insomnia like I know you really talk too much about that but like I was on Broadway for 10 years and having his insomnia first state first class meditation cure insomnia and now we go on saga like I'm in man so I I don't I told the story but ... I met with the Surgeon General recently to help with food policy and ... you know talking management initiatives and any chemically clinic in to give a talk about his work and we got to hang out for a while he's like awesome friendly great guy you know and I'm like what are your initiative that while I have you know emotional well being when the with food and we get well you know this opiate addiction that we have in America am I able emotional being Malawi time as well meditation on every medication like really is yeah fact our entire office we got someone come and train them in meditation they do make meditation and everybody meditates twice a day the surgeon general's office and that I think a break in the afternoon and they do and I'm like standing there with the chief of staff of Cleveland Clinic and you know the deal with physician burnout it's it's tough like working Cleveland it's hard it's awesome place but doctors in Staten care givers are you know really what part and like I said and the and the chief of staff was explained why we get the entire group including managed you know the song I got excited about that I think would start with my center restart my center you can help with that but you know I just think it's it's such a powerful thing and it's not that hard to learn so we if you miss that I really wanted explain this this Ziva mine because I I went online and looked out and looks like awesome think every day is a different curriculum to guide you through it sorta goof proof psych you know you just follow it in light of the and you kind of know what you do and you know and I got the privilege of being able to do this with you in person but I missiles expanded ask thank you for your time line is a line you know it's like 2:00 hours a day for 4 days what is it like minutes in the morning you do for breakfast and in each team builds upon the previous day and and it really is training to be self sufficient so by the time you graduate eighties 20 minutes a day you have a practice you have a mantra and you know how to do this thing every day it it culminates in a 15 minute twice a day practice and you also have some guided visualization is to help relating take off and landing of the plane for insomnia for stress release I'm so it is basically 0 mines.com and and once you go into it and it says there's a beautiful online community and that's where people can access media and if they have questions and get support not only for me but I'm beautiful global tribe of meditators are you in and I your enthusiasm and so inspiring to me and I know that so many people in there and your child have already you know invested in their wellness and I really believe in this thing like I think that once you get your mind right it makes it so much easier to make hoping traces about your food in your exercise this overstressed I it's exhausting and it's like costing us our will power yeah this thing is in alignment and I'm I am a joke or like if you wake up and meditate you're a lot less likely to end your day doing cocaine off of the hook wow well I've never done that so I don't know who with if after I you need not to devolve into like donuts in reality TV problemi if you start your day with meditation argument I think I'll go to the gym or or do something else that's good for you or I rate changes your towards about everything else whether it's food or whatever it is I get helps whatever the thing it's an issue whether it's relationships or food or work or it's pretty it's pretty interesting and at some yeah you know I might sound like an evangelist and I might sound crazy because like when talking about doctor hymen like but I I must tell you guys like sleep eating exercise and this it's like it's like rocket fuel the everything else so yeah everything isn't easy care itself your life is gonna be amazing yeah yeah awesome thank you I'm only for sharing your wisdom and your teaching and making it fun and easy and accessible and I encourage everybody to go check it out just check out the the mind.com secondly stuff she rocks I totally love Emily she's just not change my life and we're just having a great time playing and having a good time you know thinking about how to make the world a better place and I you know I I feel honestly bad because I feel like I've said in the collected this in terms of things that I found myself and I think I have emphasized enough but I didn't quite understand the power back in a big way and I'm very crazy busy life and ... now I would say like I I can't live without it so thank you I'm only it's my pleasure thank you I //
"2017-03-28 05:34:43"
How Reclaiming Meditation Transformed My Life
\\everybody it's doctor mark I'm so happy to be here at my good friend Emily Fletcher whose extraordinary woman she's a incredible Broadway performer in a past life and now she teaches the world how to meditate and the reason I wanted to talk to you and have them we come along is because I recently rediscovered meditation through Emily and ... I want to tell you the story about and why impacted me because I met Emily at an event where we both were lecturing in Greece it's awesome and ... she was Tyrone meditation like now you know like I studied Buddhism to meditate a lot I did 10 day retreats for I would meditate 12:00 hours a day I did Buddhism meditation I was a yoga teacher I this time the OGAE still do lie yoga and how that's going off and how so you know found that ... I like to do things to relax and I talked about the stressing and I talked about relaxation I teach about this all the time and I have my own little tricks on to my that's that's in solving your guy I I get massages I do exercise I I just going nature and all kinds of things to help me de stress and you know I begin to kind of think well you know I I'm too busy to meditate because you know I'm glad I run the clean clinic centre for functional medicine I've got my own practice Lennox I write books I I'm the chairman is to perform some medicine I I do a lot of stuff and I'm like I just you know I kind excited that he writes like too many things not gonna sleep 8:00 hours like no time to meditate I I'm doing good like I not stress I feel good and the truth was that you know Emily just really touched me and she held me there so I understand that maybe I was kind of fooling myself I maybe that wasn't even that maybe there was a way for me to actually be even better like to feel better to do better to be more happy and I I didn't think that I was dressed in pink I was anxious I didn't think that I felt agitated our idea so issue sleeping are because I was running out so much but you know it's sort of I I really went and Williams like listen I I think I might con and need your help so you know we had a great time in Greece we became friends we we know we do in meditation there and I'm just a touch me and we had a great time of the boat we danced through my dance a partner we have like this great dance off and when I got we got back recently hamlet I really I I really want to do this and she was kind enough to actually teach me how to meditate again and it wasn't something that I actually didn't know how to do actually ... did TMI sister was a I had a boyfriend who is a teen teacher when I was like 15 so back in the seventies which long time ago has held and yeah and the you know she it taught me and then how to meditate nice to do TM which is this made a kind of medications house familiar with but but I really feel like you know when I went with Emily I recommitted to it and I also want to tell you a little bit about what happened and then I want to sort of started to get into it with family because she says such extraordinary human grade teacher and she is offering some great stuff and like I want to share all about them 6 oxides change my life so it's fun to share with you guys so ... unlike again I I'm gonna commit this how many commit to 20 minutes twice a day which sounds insane like how can I do 20 minutes twice a day because like I running around the ga meetings among all over the place like and I was like you know I'm gonna do I'm gonna do this like I I can do this and so she taught me again I'm in it to give me my mind tries space in this ancient technique so tell me about it but it's it's pretty straightforward and I start doing it after I've been doing it for now over gosh ... well yeah but over 2 months little over 2 months and what I found is is super surprise so I didn't actually realize how I was feeling before you know I think the way I changed was I started feeling I guess like Dan Harris talks about 10 percent happier he wrote this book 10 percent happier to start meditating in a panic attack on TV any like well you know now experimenting and 10 percent happier and I I felt the same experience I just felt happier I felt calmer I felt less anxious I weigh more going on but it doesn't affect me the same way I'm sleeping better I have more energy and the truth is like unify don't sleep if I meditate I feel like I I've just had like 3:00 hours and now like it's unbelievable like regulate every 20 minutes because my eyes that would do it but if I actually met him for 20 minutes I feel like I got a whole new evening back so like I've been hiding in conference rooms a Cleveland Clinic I've been doing it in like the car in parking lots I have my friends drive over go to meetings is I'm just into the car we're going somewhere I do an airplane like I it's like if so fricking port of Paul and I have to be in a cushion in some temple with incense burning and like everything perfect it's like they could be all kinds of noise and craziness going around like it is going to my will happy place and it's like off so I I just I really want only to talk about it because you know she she had her own experience in our shoes on Broadway she had issues that she had this struggle wave and then chief discover meditation now she she teaches everywhere she's like teaching Kubala Harvard Business School she's hi Dave asked raised by accu conference wrong in Greece together superfine sugar in about your times how magazine she they were the top 0 woman wellness to watch it should help like thousands of high performers get integrating this model into their into your life and you know I you know I love that saying which is you know I do less accomplish more like it's just it's so I think I I wish I could explain he law how it's affected me because like I would often kinda get tired at the end the date it was a long day and and now I just feel like my whole universe is changing even if it's like forget about getting lighting but just like managing my life like I just feel like it's helped me so much just be happier more productive and I feel my god I feel like I think I get a whole new energy at night to go have fun and do stuff that's awesome so welcome Emily well there is a lot that a lot ideal is you're hired a man home fires my publicists and PR person who think just what he said right once a medical inside is an inspiring story and really like Bravo there's 2 things that really struck me about what you just shared one is what you're already performing at such a high level your RD changing so many lies in changing healthcare and the fact that this is making you perform even better is is honestly why I do what I do you and then the second thing that strikes me is the fact that you can setting this up for years in major imprison your yoga teacher and you're meditating and you you an expert of experts had the level of humility to go into something that beginner's mind and I think that that makes all of the difference and it's just it's so inspiring to hear your story and it honestly makes my heart so happy he something here yeah it's so great itself if this like without I think this huge gift that I got and I wasn't expecting it and I I cannot you know I always knew that I owe it should be the one thing I add to my life unlike the high can and one more friggin thing to my day I just cannot have one more thing to my name because I am like if anybody knew actually how much I did like they would go your talk time you're crazy man and I'm kind of a crazy man but I really can't knows that anyway but I think that I I just I found that actually helps me to do exactly what you said I can do less and accomplish what I take those 40 minutes a day as I get an extra 3:00 hours of focus productive conscious time in and the quality of the rest my time is different so it's like it bleeds and everything it's like it's not like I was meditating about my life it's like it Sir after while I'm the first like you say when you taught me the the first you weeks however I do feel god like it was like I think that I would stress that I didn't know it and then my nervous system was unwinding and I my whole life I think I can realize my my whole even brain and my emotions and my nervous systems are reorganizing yeah I actually felt a little depressed and weird ... and I and I didn't connect the dots until after one I remember you saying that Syria let out Valchek I was going now I feel finally when I have made the and yes noon so I just feel like you know I did it the point is I mean you know I thought I was good in Chelm like like this guy I didn't actually know how I was feeling Pfizer feeling that I often tell my patients when they go on on it detox Mike or they get help him like you actually don't know how bad you feel into you start feeling good night and that was the same experience I had yes dresses like you know you an AC on in the background is that the buzzing and you don't even know that it's on and sing turning and you see that clarity and and that's what he'll most people feel that stress is talk a little bit do less accomplished mark McGwire that heating can actually help you perform better yeah is up with that with it's I think it's stress is costing our bodies and our green something you know we think that no I need my stress accusing my competitive edge of this is I need my strategies on artists and CEO takes my actors think I need my stress I need my hurting whose that's what we create and my executives think well I mean my sense is that the thing that keeps me in the game but it's the opposite stress makes you stupid and because it's costing your brain so much if we if we wanna look at why the human body reacts to stress in the way that it does come back in time a few 0 years they were hunting and gathering in the legs saber tooth tiger jumps out at us body once into series of chemical reactions first thing that happens is that I just inputted acid to shut down digestion because you need all hands on deck to fight for need a predatory attack I think I can see some of your skins you don't taste very good your blood starts to thicken and quietly your bladder and bowels evacuee your immune system goes to the back burner because like who cares if you can get cancer if you're about to be killed by a tiger and interpret drenalin levels and cortisol levels Jack Reacher acidic in nature which leads to inflammation which I'm sure people know that that's no plan now and so it's like a series of chemical reactions is is good for you if your demands are Sabretooth Tigers but if your demands our in laws or deadlines or break ups or traffic or red eyes in this fight workplace stress reactions become maladaptive and it's known disallowing us from performing at that's how marking it since meditation is the most powerful stress relieving tool we have once you go in and start clearing out that adrenaline and cortisol it's like you're giving yourself your computing power back no do you think about brain is as a computer when you're stressed it's running all these elements programs which if you go to typing email when the cursor is 20 spaces behind yeah right is adjusted the computer can run in 19 focus on a conversation I can't remember why I picked up my phone and it's like certain the meditation goes in and closes out all those relevant windows if you have more computing power for the task at hand in an increase in mental and physical energy that allows you to do less and accomplish more like life just gets more elegant more easy and to your point is enjoying it more yeah I think it's so shocking and now I hate to say it I'm a kind of a little addicted to it yeah get addicted I'm there like a like why I dislike I'm I this may have happened you know I I I think in 2 months is probably 2 or 3 afternoons writes couldn't make it happen Arcot too late but ... you know I I just figure it out like you know like I just because I just see my office at work or I just you know close the door just waiting anxiously for dinner like whatever I use feel like it's such a value add to my well being like okay makes more productive and all that but like it's just quality of my experience changes like my ability to be president be in the world do the things I wanted to show off for people all care about things I care about not get overwhelmed like I function a really high level but like this just it just really just like wow like I was like okay like I know the eating gray is awesome okay I got that now and I know how to do and I focus on I know exercise importance I do that and sleep is important but like you know I would not have ever believed that the magnitude of the effect of this like I thought well you know like I know if I eat like a donut I'm gonna feel crappy but like I don't know if I meditate whenever it's like big deal like I am I doing yoga and I do all this other stuff to relax and I you know but it's just not the same yeah and I still do yoga and other things like it's just not the same like you're some qual and I don't maybe the homie explain like triple what is it because like I but I inoculate I take a nap I can do yoga after 20 minutes I could not the same as 20 minutes of this deep meditation and people I can meditate because I keep thinking of course I do to everybody does the thoughts Naropa you keep coming back to this mantra which is just a word like a meaningless word that you just say it's a sound but it's because of a brief quite like what is going on that actually changes your nervous system like that didn't so in a silent as his 920 and you're you're accessing a bear liable for its state of consciousness so it's different than waking it's different than sleeping and it's different than green and in this state of consciousness guy and you were getting rest that somewhere between 2 to 5 times deeper than sleep there's different scientific studies that say different you know degrees of that but I actually think that if you're not like some lab being studied with like rectal thermometers in cameras on your eyes excuses are diving to deep is meditation okay so I think that you know you're doing on account your home you may actually be getting sleep arrest that's even deeper than that but yeah selling those to meditate for the rectal thermometer you don't recommend that you may not like the list that of which they frequently hearing like you said there's a there's a mantra which is like a meaningless primordial sound but actually is the sound quality of the mantra that helps in the X. think the nervous system I know that sounds a little bit if you're a weirdo there's actually you want to look at this is that some YouTube videos you can buy some sign Maddux see why any tea ice yes this is the science of sound here not a sheet of her ring of sand on and the plate with a clean balance and will think of these beautiful secret geometric shapes in Bangor this mantra is D. exciting the nervous system when de excites something you create order and you create order in your sound holes it's like all the stress that we've been holding our cellular memory for our whole lives yeah so leave the building and that's why for the first few weeks he felt a little bit like you said that your nervousness was rearranging a little bit motional detox they are most of us have some stuff stored in your unit was a dog that barks our face when we were 5 or our parents got divorced when we were 12 and we hold that sucker ourselves when we want not nearly so meditation goes in and I think about it like it's bringing you out and so the yes it's kind of intense in the beginning and I think that's why it's really good to have some guidance to how they are going to help you through that they can be quite intense and but then like to your point when she moves through its like life is brighter light is like it's clear you Sir functioning better in certain things more because your findings working so hard to handle the stress so it's so I it's it's so shocking to me like I I feel like an idiot honestly because I mean I know I've I tell I'm talking to them as a team that Tubby the meditate I thought you know I but it's this is very different than my regular meditation like I can it's just something different about it and I you know I again I say study Buddhism that's more mindfulness meditation which is I think very powerful and effective you know John Kemp is is that a ton of work on this no but there's it's like that if I can get a certain like you know when your dues and meditation I've set up stranicu show like it to be like perfect and like you can't scratch your nose in my gifts lego bits quickly now it's like if there's no I think it is hard and you know like if you're in a if you know retreat in the woods and like that's fine but this is this is so like portable in a crazy life which is and you don't and you can do you know your body is relaxed you to lean up against something you're not like all perfect you can kind of slump and like you get into this like either way being that is and you is so different like I I just he's Mike why it why spend all flights a different spirit so you so there's thousands of different styles of United chan and most of them fall under one of 2 umbrellas and what we would call mindfulness which is a good director focus style of meditation and others that I teaches you know which is more like I think the Congolese immense meditate yeah but actually beaten man medication right because it's designed to be portable it's designed to be integrated into your life and you don't have to have a Cuban incense and finger cymbals to do it all you need is a chair or an airplane seat or a bus or something I'm in so mindfulness is more of a weakening state practice mindfulness is where you're directing your focus right like you either looking at a lamer you're counting your wrath that you're visualizing and your chakras are visualizing some lovely scene acting your focus in a certain way whereas what I teach is more of a ... a surrendering practice and I know that people do not like the word surrender but in the evening giving up for quitting but it's actually it's a it's a beautiful series of letting go and trusting that nature has your back and allow your body to settle into this deep rest and in the beautiful by product is that not only are you splitting your brain with dopamine and serotonin which implicit chemicals because you're giving your body this depressed when you come out of it you're actually more a week yeah more conscious and it's I actually find that you become more mindful you become more present as a by product of doing this lazy man's meditation because you're actually getting rid of stress in the nervous system the other thing you know is so great about it you talk to me about it was it wasn't picked you're my thinking going I think I can sit there for 20 minutes tonight I might think about like that 40 things I gotta do and the people on one and talk to and that this and that and like it no I I mean maybe half a better more could be completely distracted by and I still at the end I'm still like wow that was amazing because like I don't know what's happening in there but like and it's like it's it's so people I can meditate because I can't stop thinking on like it's not stopping thinking it's just like coming back and coming back and coming back it's like you know right yes Sir I think you bring it up is I think that's actually the number one misconception around that is not your everyday and no one is here I get is good reader so much science around it I can't stop my crazy mind from thinking someone a bit of a work hot so they can be trained people's ideas about meditation so here so think about the goddess the mind thinks Amanda you know the specimens share this but he could be in changing in Iraq the mind thinks involuntarily I'm just like the heartbeat involuntarily I so imagine how ridiculous it would be to sit down and meditate and be like okay heart stopped beating yeah I think that's ridiculous like okay nails stop growing that's the yeah yeah this is the criteria by which most of us are judging our meditations really okay brain stop thinking I sure like smack hello snacks expeditious and then you're just like me you know failure and then you quit on and so like you said in this it has nothing to do with stopping your mind from thinking no one meditates to become a good medicine here we don't meditate to get good at meditation we met is he get good at right now yeah it's got so so like and people watching them ... you know that sounds great to me you figured out like I like I'm so busy like I I don't have time to meditate with your advice when my house to get started like what if the struggle like those are to busy to meditate like what he gonna tell what is the 2 things I knew everything to say to people that think they're too busy to meditate is it Oprah has time to meditate you have time to mess he's I know I'm gonna see if Dr mark Hyman is known in that is the you have time I was like I think I showed his cartoons like ... do what you have more time for exercising one hour a day are being dead 2004 hours a day after that's good that's really good problem so you know I think that we think we're too busy and as it was we don't want to meditate because we don't know how to do it and we feel like we're failing and no one 's gonna makes time for something they like your feeling at here so an obvious and meditation teacher so I'm biased but I really think it makes a difference to get some training right like to sit down and try to imagine hardly okay for 20 minutes twice they were gonna speak Japanese yeah group challenge and even as the Japanese that's really dumb but if you know how to speak Japanese and that's real fun right but you have to learn and so meditations like any other skill it takes a little bit of training and so you know I teach in person in New York and LA but I was sort of happening is a lot of my students like only my cousin lives in Idaho he does not access to a teacher I really want to learn and so I made this online training it's called 0 mines and United yeah 20 minutes a day for 8 consecutive days and it's it's matriculation except by sappy in its training you how to be self like a family in a box basically yeah I'm I'm I'm I'm only on demand I like that it's a huge meaning so by the end of it you graduate you have the practice to take with you for life you can bet is he in a car on a bus on a plane in a meeting mean not in a meeting that maybe in a conference room after your meeting ... and then there's also some guided visualizations on there like for traveling or insomnia or stress release or for performance aircraft and that's causing the mine so I mean obviously I'm biased but I really think it makes a difference to get a bit of training because medications like any other skill yeah will train will practice with them what you know how to do it it's something you look forward to another Newton yeah I mean I hear things in the plane can you tell me about my life while I yeah you like many thing you take off met him you and make some as a short fight and I just think once when I'm on my way down and normally when they get a flag of plant you know it's like this no oxygen is you dehydrating traveling it's airports is annoying you get stressed and like I usually feel a little drained after all that and now like Aislinn on Mike met him I well I got a radio it's I think it's like what happened to you know it's like it cleans it changed everything right so it's almost like I don't have time not to meditate now loan but I don't I don't like if I don't enjoy my life and be happy and effective like and worked I mean if I'm like I have something to raid or I'm like working on the plane if I like a little 5 year tie I just met him from I wake up like wow boomer you I got this idea like right into it and it's it's totally like ... it's like it's like drinking 6 cups of coffee without feeling like speedy it's yeah alert and focused and calm and it's like wow who needs all I copy edit copy them work thank god I can't even drink coffee anywhere we don't tell Dave but like I mean easy but I feel like I'm a sustainable energy and actually a lot students report like not even turning on their coffee makers for like weeks after the in the past because they are not exhausted anymore I hear you I think the jet lag thing like how meditation here isn't a jet lag is the price of admission and it also you're my insomnia like nobody really talk too much about that but like I was on Broadway for 10 years and having his insomnia first state first class meditation here my insomnia now so go unsolved like I'm in man so I I don't I told the story but ... I met with the Surgeon General recently to help with food policy and ... you know talk to management initiatives and any chemically the clinic and I gave a talk about his work and we got to hang out for a while he's like awesome friendly great guy you know and I'm like what are your initiative that while I have you know emotional well being when the with food and we get well you know this opiate addiction that we have in America am I able Moshe being Malawi time as well meditation on every medication like really yeah fact our entire office we got someone come and train them in meditation they do make meditation and everybody meditates twice a day the surgeon general's office and that I think a break in the afternoon and they do and I'm like standing there with the chief of staff of Cleveland Clinic and you know the deal a physician burnout it's it's tough like working Cleveland it's hard it's awesome place but doctors in Staten care givers are you know really what part and like I said and the and the chief of staff house explain why we get the entire group including managed you know the song I got excited about that I think would start with my center restart my center you can help with that but you know I just think it's it's such a powerful thing and it's not that hard to learn so we if you miss that I really wanted explain this this Ziva mine because I I went online and looked out and looks like awesome think every day is a different curriculum to guide you through it sorta goof proof psych yeah no you just follow it in like in the end you kind of know what you don't and you know and I got the privilege of being able to do this for the in person but I missiles looks better now thank you for your time line is a line you know like 2:00 hours a day for 4 days but this is like minutes in the morning you do a quick breakfast and in each state builds upon the previous day and and it really is training to be self sufficient so by the time you graduate eighties 20 minutes a day you have a practice you have a mantra and you know how to do this thing every day it it culminates in a 15 minute twice a day practice and you also have some guided visualization is to help relating take off and landing of the plane for insomnia for stress release I'm so it is basically 0 mines.com and and once you go into it and it says there's a beautiful online community and that's where people can access media and if they have questions and get support not only for me but are beautiful global tribe of meditators I thought it was so thankful for you in and I your enthusiasm and so inspiring to me and I know that so many people in your in your time have already you know invested in their wellness and I really believe in this thing like I think that once you get your mind right it makes it so much easier to make her each race is about your food in your exercise this overstressed ... it's exhausting and it's like costing us our will power yeah this thing is in alignment and I'm I am a joke or like if you wake up and meditate you're a lot less likely to end your day doing cocaine off of the hook wow well I've never done that so I don't know who with if after I I you need not to devolve into like donuts in reality TV problemi if you start your day with meditation argument I think I'll go to the gym are their own and do something else that's good for you her I write it changes your towards about everything else whether it's food or whatever it is I get helps whatever the thing it's an issue whether it's relationships or food or work or it's pretty it's pretty interesting and at some yeah you know I might sound like an evangelist and I might sound crazy because like really talking about doctor hymen like but I I must tell you guys like sleep eating exercise and this is like it's like a rocket fuel the everything else so yeah everything else that he cared so your life is going to be amazing via uncertain also sentiments were doing a free online master class that's called stress less accomplish more kind like our do less accomplish more so people just wanna learn my style of teaching a little bit they'll be a link you know underneath the studio people want to join I'd love to have you on that's best left the Congress more master class yeah awesome thank you Emelie for sharing your wisdom and your teaching and making it fun and easy and accessible and I encourage everybody to go check it out just check out the remind.com secondly stuff she rocks I totally love Emily she's just not change my life and we're just having a great time playing and having a good time you know thinking about how to make the world a better place and I you know I I feel honestly bad because I feel like I've said in the collected this in terms of things that I done myself and I think I have emphasized enough but I didn't quite understand the power met in Italy and I'm very crazy busy life and ... now I would say like I I can't live without it so thank you I'm only it's my pleasure thank you //
"2017-03-23 18:50:49"
If I can make time for it, so can you!
\\and I also want to tell you a little bit about what happened and then I want to sort of started to get into it with Emily because she's just such extraordinary human grade teacher and she is offering some great stuff and like I want to share all about them 6 oxides change my life so it's fun to share with you guys so ... unlike again I I'm gonna commit this time and commit to 20 minutes twice a day which sounds insane like how can I do 20 today because like running around to get meetings I'm going all over the place like and I was like you know I'm at the I'm gonna do this like I I can do this and so she taught me again I'm in it to give me my mind tried space in this ancient technique so tell me about it but it's it's pretty straightforward and I start doing it after I've been doing it for now over gosh ... well yeah but over 2 months little over 2 months and what I found is is super surprise so I didn't actually realize how I was feeling before you know I think the way I changed was I started feeling I guess like Dan Harris talks about 10 percent happier he wrote this book 10 percent happier to start meditating and panic attack on TV any like well you know now experimenting and 10 percent happier and I I felt the same experience I just felt happier I felt calmer I felt less anxious I weigh more going on but it doesn't affect me the same way I'm sleeping better I have more energy and the truth is like unify don't sleep if I meditate I feel like I I've just had like 3:00 hours and that like it's unbelievable like vitally number 20 minutes because my eyes that would do it but if I actually met him for 20 minutes I feel like I got a whole new evening back so like I've been hiding in conference rooms a Cleveland Clinic I've been doing it in like the car in parking lots I have my friends drive over go to meetings is I'm just into the car we're going somewhere I do an airplane like I it's like if so fricking port a ball and I have to be a cushion in some temple with incense burning and like everything perfect it's like they could be all kinds of noise and craziness going around like it is going to my will happy place and it's like off so I I just I really wanted only to talk about it because you know she she had her own experience in our shoes on Broadway she had issues that she had this struggle wave and then chief discover meditation now she she teaches everywhere she's like teaching Kubala Harvard Business School she's hi Dave asked raised by hacking conference wrong in Greece together superfine sugar in about your times how magazine she they were the top 0 woman wellness to watch it's helped like thousands of high performers get integrating this model into their into your life and you know I you know I love that saying which is you know I do less accomplish more like it's just it's so I think I I wish I could explain he law how it's affected me because like I would often kinda get tired at the end the date it was a long day and and now I just feel like my whole universe is changing even if it's like forget about getting lighten but just like managing my life like I just feel like it's helped me so much just be happier more productive and I feel my god it's like I think I get a whole new energy at night to go have fun and do stuff that's awesome so welcome Emily so there's thousands of different styles of yeah its chin hand most of them fall under one of 2 umbrellas and what we would call mindfulness which is like it directed focus style of meditation and others that I teaches you know which is more like I think the Congolese immense medicine yeah but actually beaten man medication right because it's designed to be portable it's designed to be integrated into your life and you don't have to have a Cuban incense and finger cymbals to do it all you need is a chair or an airplane seat or a bus or something I'm in so mindfulness is more of a weakening state practice my penis is where you're directing your focus right like you either looking at a lamer you're counting your wrath that you're visualizing and your chakras are visualizing some lovely scene acting your focus in a certain where where is what I teach is more of ... a surrendering practice and I know that people do not like the word surrender but in the evening giving up for quitting but it's actually it's a it's a beautiful series of letting go and trusting that nature has your back and allow your body to settle into this deep rest and in the beautiful by product is that not only are you splitting your brain with dopamine and serotonin which your list chemicals because you're giving your body this depressed when you come out of it you're actually more a week yeah or conscience and it's I actually find it you become more mindful you become were present as a by product of doing this lazy man's meditation because you're actually getting rid of Strassman near misses the other thing you know is so great about it you talk to me about it was it wasn't picked you're my thinking going I think I can sit there for 20 minutes tonight I might think about like that 40 things I gotta do and the people on one and talk to and that this and that and like it no I I mean maybe half a better more could be completely distracted by and I still at the end I'm still like wow that was amazing because like I don't know what's happening in there but like and it's like it's it's so people I can meditate because I can't stop thinking on like it's not stopping thinking it's just like coming back and coming back and coming back it's like you know right yes Sir I think you bring it up because I think that's actually the number one misconception around it is not your everyday and no one knows he I get is good reader so much science around it I can't stop my crazy mind from thinking someone a bit of a workout so they can be trained people's ideas about meditation sopiah so think about the goddess the mind thinks Amanda you know the specimens share this but he could be held in changing in Iraq the mind thinks involuntarily I'm just like the heartbeat involuntarily I so imagine how ridiculous it would be to sit down and meditate and be like okay heart stopped beating yeah I think that's ridiculous like okay nails stop growing that's you yeah yeah this is the criteria by which most of us are judging our meditations really okay brain stop thinking I sure think mac willow snatched it yes and then you're just like me you know failure and then you quit around and so like you said in this it has nothing to do with stopping your mind from thinking no one meditates to become a good medicine here we don't meditate to get good at meditation we met is he to get good at right now yeah at school so so like and people watching there are you know that sounds great to me you figured out like I like I'm so busy like I I don't have time to meditate what's your advice when my house to get started like what if the struggle like those are to busy to meditate like when he gonna tell what is the 2 things I knew everything to say to people that think they're too busy to meditate is it Oprah has time to meditate you have time to mess he's I know I'm gonna see if Dr mark Hyman is known and that is the you have time I was like I think I showed his cartoons like ... view when you have more time for exercising one hour a day are being dead 2004 hours a day that's good that's really good problem so you know I think that we think we're too busy and as it was we don't want to meditate because we don't know how to do it and we feel like we're failing and no one 's gonna makes time for something they like your feeling at here so an obvious and meditation teacher so I'm biased but I really think it makes a difference to get some training right like to sit down and try to like master card that okay for 20 minutes twice a day we're gonna speak Japanese yeah group challenge and even as the Japanese that's really dumb but if you know how to speak Japanese and that's real fun right but you have to learn and so meditations like any other skill it takes a little bit of training and so you know I teach in person in New York and LA but it was sort of happening is a lot of my students like only my cousin lives in Idaho he doesn't have access to a teacher I really want to learn and so I made this online training it's called 0 mines and United yeah 20 minutes a day for 8 consecutive days and it's it's matriculation except by sat in its training you how to be self like I'm only in a box basically yeah I'm I'm I'm I'm only on demand I like that it's a huge meaning so by the end of it you graduate you have the practice to take with you her like you committee in a car on a bus on a plane in a meeting mean not in a meeting that maybe in a conference room after your meeting ... and then there's also some guided visualizations on there like for traveling or insomnia or stress release or for performance aircraft and that's causing the mine so I mean obviously I'm biased but I really think it makes a difference to get a bit of training because medications like any other skill yeah well trained though practice with them what you know how to do it something you look forward to you no matter //
"2017-03-17 19:11:40"
Maybe It's You
\\Hey everybody it's Dr mark Hyman on here with an extraordinary woman ... a life changing woman a woman who I've known for a long time and full disclosure is a very close friend and ... has helped me transform my life in the time I've known her eyes Lauren Xander and I welcome Lauren hi everybody Salome Tyler about Lauren so you can get the convicts who she is and where it talked about really how to get out of your own way in your life and have a life you and it's actually possible and Lauren yelled at me for the years because in some ways I might I'm up and don't and the air they don't wear big areas namely love and she helped me actually believe in love and find love and I actually just got married and it's awesome so you know that's a pretty pretty amazing says this is the real deal now Lauren is life coach but I don't think that really describes who she is I think she's really more of our I don't know spiritual emotional transformational kind of human that this shows up and sees how people are wired and how their minds actually get in their own way and how they actually aren't telling the truth and how they're you know like the title of a new book maybe it's you well it's actually true not like maybe if you're a good way but maybe it's you in a way that's like you're getting in your own way so she's a university lecturer Stanford MIT's he's a public speaker he co founded the chairwoman of the handle group which is a life coaching company international corporate consulting private coaching arm is pretty it's pretty awesome are and their New York but they they work with people all over the world and she just wrote a new book which is awesome and I wrote the foreword to called maybe it's you cut the crap face your fears and live your life right so you want to live your life and if you have areas of your life that are working out a deal so it's an awesome book as just coming out it's no nonsense practical it's really get you through the steps is like having a coach with you by I was I was joke I see you know when you get a book of mine would ever think having marking a box well you know this is like having Lauren in a box works you take her home with you and she's actually helping guide you through the process of healing yourself so she she basically teaches people not just what they want out of life like people don't actually dream or believe they can dream the dreams that they want they believe that they can have what they want but actually it's fun true and how to get what they want in life and how to get there I she spent 20 years coaching thousands of private clients entrepreneurs couples arm if you help my family I had for my birthday last year I had my son and my daughter in Lawrence in a room for 6:00 hours and just he'll just unpack and heal all the things that happened families that you know just get brushed over his powerful now the best birthday present ever and the sheath to work with families with professors politicians with academy award winning artists Grammy winning musicians fortune 500 companies CEOs I she's worked with Sony BMG New York times news chords you know Walter Thompson is a Citibank Dropbox link then you know we're all you know pre much everybody who matters even though so you know I I was pretty excited to get the right the forward for your Buck maybe it's you because you know this is personal for me you know I I I'm very successful in my work I have a happy life mostly but I had areas where things are working our relationships you know if you have a mate family my parents and you know I even my kids and I and I really struggled because I didn't have the tools the inside the knowledge actually fix it and working with Lauren has really been the biggest thing that's happened in my life to help me get to where I want to be and I'm pretty damn close I'm pretty him yeah not perfect but it's pretty damn close and long was a really big part of that so arm cal tell us about your journey is off there how did you get here talking about the type of book maybe 2 is this good news sounds like bad news right maybe it's you your honor screwed up like what what's the deal well the the first thing and yeah I did all the work before I ever wrote the book right right so the monkey is like the conclusion of having done 20 years worth of work right now I I actually could sit down now and write the 10 books nigger that got enough work so that I really do know how to condense it and don't worry I make it funny I tell on myself I make jokes all the time so it's entertaining as you face are and so the line maybe it's you is still my favorite line I want anything not working on my like in my life it's like you know maybe it's me and the answer always is sure it is not like anything that's not working in my life because me and that is you know it's a public disclosures but it is the quickest road to well I got myself here that Haiti was yeah it's easy to blame here it's easier to blame everybody else for all your problems tried like that's what we do like now it's because of my boss it's because my wife is that it's it's because whatever I think in a but it's not it's actually the choices you make right all it's it's so deep hadn't critical to think you can create your life fundamentally and that he did and I can prove it to you yeah and the minute you get that like I think that's what consciousness says is that that's what self awareness if you got yourself here so that you can get yourself out that's good race yeah how my god if I get it right Tadla it's sort of like Dorothy in the wizard of oz tried to get this ruby slippers is click your heels 3 times and it's actually yeah yeah so even though I've been your codes here you are madly in love and happy and I have nothing but clapping oreo right like your great this great right you did it it maybe it yeah right so maybe it's here works when it's positive on when you need to fix supper it's true I thought now I want people to get what this says because it's our abstract right so the structure the book is broken down about 10 sessions right concessions with assignments was homework we yeah you got to work not going to happen to you so I don't want you kind of walk us through you know a good bit the methodology that you'd use in university corporations with 20005 one of the brush strokes of like the method you presentable so it starts out ... pretty look starts out breaking like out into 12 different areas wit and then asking you for a vision or a dreamy each at the trial areas and really a separate our how you know because your job is going great you know so what your sex life is boring right like so what happens is because certain things are great in people's lives you don't actually make sure your training in all areas of your life and so the first thing I do is I get a person to break like out all different areas and breaks your current life against that data and what happens is this for the first like ... welcome to your life right and everyone they know that I know drinking is the right thing to do yeah well the last time you sat down and wrote all 12 brings out and had a vision for each area of your life everyone they know it the week right then I have you wait your life I give you a funny rating scale and have you break your life against that dream and then explain to me why he gave back right right I can't have that sex life because I'm in my fifties right I can't have that because of this like all the logic in explanation for why you're not fulfilling on that dream or you don't believe in that dream lands on the plate right before you even like get to chapter 230 right you are right at the precipice of dealing with your life that's a whole part of it the next part is really there is how we so in that part discover all your excuses your beliefs your theories everything you really do you say to yourself that really believes it can happen and then you start to figure out maybe it's you know maybe you came up with that theory maybe not yet it you know so it starts to go in and that the book really use examples of real what's right not like ones on TV but like real ones and so if the act listen it took me 20 years to get this right yeah so that brings it right off the page and saw it rings right off the page on how that sort of the 21 of the 12 areas people like how he won out we're not your up so on an adventure night fun and adventure love like your release in San your career and money your body your health 9 right there right your spirituality your family your friendships your community write your relationship to your self via a dead end yeah and now I would be on the right like I may have like I could start to pretend I said all 12 there 12 okay guy and I I am not right so ... so you know people are looking for away the type of body right so and that's important because if you're unhealthy not you know the doctor you know I believe that if you don't take care of your body that you can't be fully manifested in your life but you can't be present your relationships that you can't feel good and do the work you want to do that you can't be inspired because you're like in a food coma or your your body isn't working properly so it's the most important thing from my perspective to get people to actually be able to dream the other dreams because how to have fun adventure if you feel like crap I want to sit on the couch all patriotic so I I think that you know I have a great sex life if you just feel lousy all the time and tired yeah so yeah so I'm gonna people looking in the book I think for for how do we get that and and a lot of times you know for me I know what to do like I can cure most illnesses right I can get people to lose tons of weight and I have but then you know people's lives creep in and they start to actually you know sabotage themselves they they fall off they don't know how to be an integrity with their choices and I am like I do too sometimes like I you know I cake sometimes you know but I think but but how do you manage that so people are one in the book how does this book actually I actually help them get stay healthy and how you know how you know this well this is the booming people are still so sick America one in 2 people have some chronic disease 70 percent Americans are overweight bike wisest book different house can help those people because I write I black but like people always do the no I think one of the reasons I love working with you yes because you do have the right answer for what people should be doing and then the part that I teach is the inner dialogue and your hand on the cookie right like her hands and how it lives in your head and how it repeats right that's what I teach is one 's relationship to one 's inner dialogue and personal integrity learning how to keep a promise to yourself in honor of your cell and then really why you got so there's enough in the book that also gets you connected to your family's lineage today history you came from that many that explains it let us not pretend that explains a lot of where you got your behaviors from and so what happens is because I bring it all together and I think you meet yourself and your dreams and starts alarm of called personal integrity and ability to keep a promise to yourself in honor of the dreams right and if you go after your own inner dialogue and I think you have to do that right like that's not being done that's the problem right yeah I really go to the culprit was like that is the real root cause is the root cause yeah I mean yeah but like that's the one of the most powerful thing you taught me as listen to your inner dialogue what he was telling yourself about your life about whatever like I I had inner dialogue that you know I had a real bunch a bad relationships in a couple good ones but like mostly not great and I didn't really know how to actually find that and I didn't believe in it and I and my inner dialogue was it doesn't exist it's not possible I see most people have bad marriages most people aren't happy relationships is mostly conflict I I mean I basically you and your family all they've seen the have happy healthy relationships that work in that elevate you like I do argue out that the guy I've met over the 5 decades or some 6 decades I'm alive yeah it's a rarity so I know my aunt's never happening to me if I had this inner story no thoughts of a story that was controlling my life and I thought we had a like get rid at story but it was hard work like I'd write thing every day and I felt thanks for I was not easy but it really it was like as soon as I went through that process was like all of a sudden it was possible and that's when I yeah it's what you know we go back through our history together we'll find that there were this simple promises like a simple not easy sample I don't eat sugar is simple clear thank many pain in the black rate like nobody happy right at the next line it is that it is it will writer then why teachers that you know I gave you $10000 in any 30 day never dated each sugar you collect your money yeah everybody side right up right away would all all the sun it would all change yes I really am $1000000 for a day you know the sugar nobody mean sugar right maybe I could really write like and we forget how powerful we are maybe forget that we're create like because your inner dialogue is dark and light and we pretend we like I would never be out you know liner right I would never do that right like that when we finally came after you about not selling out on telling the truth with whatever woman you were with or really admitting what was going on in that head of yours about why you were going to say pictures where right so when it when we get when the rubber meets the road right if the donor in the now when it comes to the right promises in other areas there really is what you do that doesn't work about him that if you didn't do that it would change everything so this book is about getting very clear and that was much smarter than were behaving much yeah it's powerful it's really you know it's pretty unique like I you know there's psychologists and they have a role there's different kinds of coaches but this is not bad like I I I I I I actually I said this to before but I don't like them words life coach because it's it's not exactly like it when you think a life coach you just help you get your wife organize it support you but like this is really about radical spiritual physical emotional life transformation and I don't know how you put that in a word but that's kind of what it is that's what it's been I had there was a new one there is a new one ... I can't say who said it that famous person told me that I was a spiritual architect Vega I'm teaching spiritual architects yeah Horthy put right all eyes ability to design one cell amazing great right so let's talk about some real stories you in the in the but maybe it's you you share went to stores for stories and and one of them was Katie who basically transformed her life and I actually know Katie and it's pretty remarkable to see what's happened here over the years like she lost 80 pounds okay great but like there was a lot more that happened her she went to get the advice you have sorted out your career sort it out yes you know something about like how many people want to lose weight change jobs find the love of her life I how do you help people like gets sorted out what to do first yeah this is not what it is that you do not just beat me up but I always deal with the body for yeah because I'm when you figure out your real power hope like because your mind and what you want he is the you know my greatest nickname for what happens right there is that Europe crack right in the moment you have to pick breakfast lunch and dinner and only one cocktail or when to go to bed at like all the sudden what you have is we all are bratty we wanted to we wanted you know we don't want any consequences thank you rang like game was I don't know on hot there