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Throughout my training and practice as a physician I have come to one very disappointing conclusion: Western medicine isn’t helping people lead better lives. Now that I’ve realized this, I’ve become obsessed with understanding what makes us healthy or ill. I want to live the best life I can and I want to be able to share this knowledge with others so that they can do the same. This podcast is the result of my relentless search to understand the roots of chronic disease. I hope you’ll join me ...
 
According to the Center for Disease Control, women of color are more likely to suffer complications from pregnancy, have preterm babies or experience loss of a baby, develop sugar diabetes, pre-eclampsia, and eclampsia during pregnancy than any other race.****I will cover all of these topics and more on this podcast to help prevent illnesses and complications during pregnancy. *****I will tell you everything you need to know to have a healthy pregnancy and have a healthy and happy baby. **** ...
 
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There is almost universal agreement that excess added sugar in the diet is detrimental to health. However, much of this negative health impact clearly relates to the ability of high sugar intakes to drive excess calorie intake and fat accumulation, which cause health issues. But what about situtaions of where there is not a calorie surplus (hyperca…
 
This episode brings you a “debate” between Danny Lennon and Dr. Jackson Peos on the utility of intuitive eating. Specifcally, they make a case for and against, respectively, for the position: “Intuitive eating can be recommended eating approach for those with fitness and/or physique goals”. This episode is a Premium-exclusive episode, so you’ll nee…
 
On this week’s podcast, Paul is responding to claims that some of the information he shares on Instagram is “partial misinformation.” He is going to dismantle the independent fact checker article piece by piece, explaining not only why seed oils are indeed harmful for humans, but also why this kind of censorship is dangerous for our health environm…
 
Iron is an important nutrient for athletes, given that it is used for oxygen transport and energy production. However, research on athletes often reports a relatively high prevalence of iron deficiency. Common symptoms of low iron status like lethargy, fatigue and negative mood states are naturally of concern to athletes. But there is also the pote…
 
Paul talks about artificial sweeteners (Stevia, Sucralose, Aspartame) in this episode and how they appear to disrupt our guts, and impair glucose tolerance in both animal models and humans. He reiterates why he believes you should not fear sugar in the form of fruit, honey, and maple syrup and why adding carbohydrates to your diet is optimal. 00:09…
 
Iron deficiency is a prevalent issue. Worldwide, it is the leading nutritional deficiency. And although there is lower prevalence in high-income countries, a significant number of people are still affected. Iron deficiency may be a result of too little iron coming in (i.e., via diet choices or low absorption), or from excess losses (e.g., commonly …
 
Paul explains everything you need to know about an animal-based diet and why this diet is the optimal starting point for humans. He gives you 4 simple steps for things to remove from you diet, and 4 simple steps for things to add to your diet. He does a deep dives about the harm of high fructose corn syrup and artificial sweeteners. 00:07:53 Podcas…
 
Iron is involved in a whole range of biological processes and a consistent supply of iron is crucial for cellular turnover. But despite iron being an essential mineral for human function, it is highly toxic to cells and tissues if present at high levels. Therefore an intricate and tight regulation of iron is necessary. If iron status gets too low, …
 
In today’s episode, Paul summarizes his favorite episodes from 2022. He gives a high level summary of the topics, as well as provides episode titles and numbers for you to hear more if you so wish. Time Stamps: 00:06:15 Podcast begins 00:07:29 Episode 148: The Blue Zones are BS 00:13:52 Episode 187: Meats vs. plants for longevity 00:16:23 Episode 1…
 
In today’s episode, Paul chats with Bioenergetic Health researcher, Georgi Dinkov. They jump down the rabbit hole on a myriad of topics, including the distinction between table sugar and high-fructose corn syrup, how starch damages the gut, polyunsaturated fatty acids, sunlight, emfs and more. Sit back, relax and put on your open-minded thinking ca…
 
The current food environment is continuously highlighted as a problem for public health. And so there is a strong focus in both public policy and research circles to determine which strategies could lead to a healthier food environment. One potential strategy that is widely recommended by public health experts is the use of fiscal/taxation policies…
 
In October 2022, Ruddick-Collins et al. published results of an RCT looking at the impact of different calorie distributions across the day. This study was from the ‘Big Breakfast Study’ project, primarily from the University of Aberdeen. In this study, 30 subjects underwent two 4-week calorie-restricted diets that were matched for calories. One di…
 
On this week’s podcast, Paul takes you through his most recent blood work from November 2022, alongside his genetic results, as well as an abbreviated version of what he eats in a day. He talks about how his levels have changed since his previous bloodwork and, specifically, what he implemented to get his free testosterone up, and his sex-hormone b…
 
In this episode, the Sigma team explores the question: “Do vegan diets increase the risk of depression?” This is a question that emerges from a few different places. First, it’s common to hear such a claim from proponents of largely animal-based diets. Some reference is often made about how vegan diets can, at best, worsen symptoms or, at worst, ev…
 
On today’s podcast, Paul takes you through two days of his full meals. He does this alongside a program called chronometer which breaks down the micronutrients in his diet, and ultimately answers the question: Can we get all of the nutrients that we need with an animal-based diet? A note from Paul: Throughout my training and practice as a physician…
 
Links: Show notes page (incl. study links & related episodes) Subscribe to Sigma Nutrition Premium Live event in London, UK About this episode: Over the past decade, the increasing uptake and acceptance of the Nova food processing classification system has placed focus on one of the categories in Nova; ultra-processed foods (UPFs). Ultra-processed …
 
On this week’s podcast, Paul sits down with former football player, retired American professional mixed martial artist, former Director of Human Optimization at Onnit and host of The Kyle Kingsbury Podcast, Kyle Kingsbury. They do a a deep dive into ideals that Paul is passionate about, and Kyle interviews Paul about the truth behind seed oils, cho…
 
Research has shown that food marketing strongly impacts children’s eating behaviour. Marketing influences food purchase requests, purchases, and preferences. And the evidence of a relationship between food marketing exposure and obesity meets epidemiological criteria for causality. The evidence suggests that the impact of food marketing is a functi…
 
This week, Paul interviews board certified cardiologist, Michael Twyman. Michael comments on Paul’s blood lipids and they both chat about apoB, cardiovascular risks, oxidized LDL, and, of course, seed oils. They both share what they believe the true indicators of cardiovascular risk really are, aside from LDL. A note from Paul: Throughout my traini…
 
Never before has there been greater access to information about nutrition and health. But never before has there been such a low barrier to being seen as an “expert”. There are large numbers of people getting information from, and basing their health decisions on, people who don’t have direct expertise in the field in which they are talking about. …
 
This week, Paul interviews his good friend and board certified family physician with a focus on prevention and optimisation care, Ken Berry. They indulge in a healthy conversation about ketogenic versus animal-based diets, views on carbohydrates and honey, and the concept of bio-individuality when it comes to the optimal diet for humans. A note fro…
 
Obesity increases the risk of a range of chronic diseases and negative health outcomes. And trials where a sufficient amount of weight loss is achieved show health improvements. However, despite the “straightforward” nature of causing weight loss through a hypocaloric diet, it is clear that most people who lose weight will regain some or all of the…
 
Today, Paul interviews Tucker Goodrich, Wall Street technology extraordinaire and independent researcher, and Jeff Nobbs, co-founder and CEO of Zero Acre Farms. They take a deep dive into the epidemic of seed oil consumption. They examine conflicting arguments, and then explain why seed oils are likely making humans fat, diabetic, and causing ather…
 
The endocrine system plays a central role in growth, development, metabolism, reproduction, and physical well-being throughout life. Hormones interact in complex networks, orchestrating a range of critical functions. Over the life course, we experience various changes in hormone levels, fluctuations, patterns, and actions. Additionally, lifestyle f…
 
In today’s episode, Paul addresses longevity in terms of how his views differ from those in the longevity community that promote eating less meat and more vegetables. He touches on mTOR, leucine, methionine, and glycine, and ultimately answers the question of: Will an animal-based diet improve our vitality, but decrease our longevity? A note from P…
 
Stable isotopes have been used as tracers in human nutritional studies for many years. But what are they? Why do we use ‘tracers’ in nutrition studies? And what are some practical examples? A chemical element can have different forms or ‘isotopes.’ These different isotopes have the same atomic number and position in the periodic table but have diff…
 
Tommy Wood makes his third appearance on Paul’s podcast to cover a wide range of topics. Tommy is a developmental neuroscientist and professor of pediatrics and neuroscience at University of Washington. In today’s podcast, Paul and Tommy chat about overall brain health and dementia, lipids, LDL, continuous glucose monitors, and seed oils. A note fr…
 
If you have the bad habit of biting your nails, you need to stop NOW! Did you know biting your nails is not only bad for your nails but can cause serious health issues? It can cause your teeth to shift out of place, increases the risk of getting a fungal infection, and so much more. Welcome To Kiz Health, your all-in-one health channel where you ca…
 
Did you know how you can calm strong pregnancy cravings without eating junk food? Here is what you should snack in pregnancy! Welcome to Kiz Health, your all-in-one health channel. In this episode, you will discover our top six healthy pregnancy snacks, which you can eat as much as you want without worrying. Make sure you listen to this episode til…
 
Given the negative consequences of consistent overconsumption of food (leading to a caloric surplus), having a dietary intake that is of appropriate calorie intake is an important aspect of long-term health. Therefore, thinking about which foods and diets can help promote appropriate satiety to keep calorie intake in check is a key focus for many r…
 
On today's podcast, Paul talks about how diabetes is diagnosed, how it’s treated by mainstream medicine, what he believes it is caused by, and how you can reverse your diabetes or pre-diabetes without medication. A note from Paul: Throughout my training and practice as a physician I have come to one very disappointing conclusion: Western medicine i…
 
Here are two best home remedies for high blood pressure! In this episode, you will discover our top two secret health hacks you can follow to beat hypertension. Make sure you listen to this video till the end because these two simple home remedies will blow your mind! Outline: 1. What exactly high blood pressure is 2. Two things to do to keep high …
 
Does your lower back pain make you feel uncomfortable all the time? Here are five proven tricks to relieve lower backache at home without pills! Welcome to Kiz Health, your all-in-one health channel! In this video, you will discover five science-backed health hacks to get rid of lower back pain. You will be surprised to know these unique exercises …
 
Did you know that walking alone can significantly reduce the risk of heart disease? Yes, that’s just one of the top seven health benefits of walking 20 minutes a day! Welcome to Kiz Health, your all-in-one health channel. In this video, you will discover the seven biggest health benefits of walking every day. Walking is perhaps the most underrated …
 
Hypertension (elevated blood pressure) is a condition that significantly increases the risk of several diseases and is a major cause of premature death worldwide. In the US, recent estimates suggest that about half of the adult population has hypertension. At a population level, high sodium intake is one of the main dietary risk factors. All popula…
 
Are plant defense chemicals real? Are they a problem for humans? Paul addresses these questions in today’s podcast along with why he believes they are harmful for many people at a molecular level. A note from Paul: Throughout my training and practice as a physician I have come to one very disappointing conclusion: Western medicine isn’t helping peo…
 
Welcome to the final episode of Season 1 on Mothers Haven Podcast. It has been a season full of exciting, inspiring and validating episodes. We are excited to discuss the 'POWER OF REST' as our concluding episode for this season. Key Highlights - The concept of rest - Importance of Rest in Productivity & Renewal - 4 tips to maximaze your season of …
 
5 Little Known BEAUTY BENEFITS Of Cucumber That You CANNOT MISS - Did you know that you can use cucumber as a natural remedy for common skin problems? Here are five little known beauty benefits of cucumber that you cannot afford to miss! Welcome to Kiz Health, your all-in-one health channel! In this episode, you will discover five wonderful benefit…
 
Exercise improves metabolic control both via increasing muscle glucose uptake during muscle contractions by insulin-independent mechanisms and by increasing skeletal muscle insulin sensitivity after physical activity. A reduction in skeletal muscle insulin sensitivity is an early event in the development of not only prediabetes, metabolic syndrome,…
 
Today on the podcast, Paul talks with John Abramson, American physician, lecturer at Harvard, and author of the books, Overdosed America: The Broken Promise of American Medicine and Sickening: How Big Pharma Broke American Health Care and How We Can Repair It. They have the important conversation about the problems with profit-driven pharmaceutical…
 
In this episode, you will discover five easy ways to get rid of your unwanted body hair naturally. I’ll share five budget-friendly home remedies that promise reduced hair growth over time. Listen to the entire episode for surprises! *Disclaimer: All information provided by our channel (Kiz Health) is of general nature and for educational/informatio…
 
Burning Eyes: 5 Causes & 5 Reliable Home Remedies For Burning Eyes - If you experience a stringy, gritty sensation in your eyes, you might have burning eyes! In this episode, you will discover five effective remedies to treat burning eyes at home. Make sure you listen to this episode till the end because our number one home remedy will leave you ab…
 
Discover five natural ways by which you can treat your mild-to-moderate earache at home. You’ll be surprised to know that some of these remedies are even more effective than traditional OTC ear drops. Keep watching! *Disclaimer: All information provided by our channel (Kiz Health) is of general nature and for educational/informational purposes only…
 
The term ‘tactical populations’ has been applied to those working in law enforcement, fire, first responders, and military. In addition to the importance of their work, the work they do itself presents some challenges for health and nutrition. Despite the fact that such individuals make up a significant number of the population and their work plays…
 
On this episode of Mothers Haven Podcast, Pastor(Mrs) Bolanle an attorney of 30 years, CEO N lounge and Spa and a fellow podcaster shared her journey and experiences with attaining life balance and sustaining quality and healthy relationships. Key Highlights 🎯Always know when to slow down and rest properly 🎯Prioritize properly, Have a structure and…
 
On today’s podcast, Paul dives deep into red meat and cancer. He shares science on why he does not believe red meat has any association to cancer, and sheds light on the anti-red-meat agenda that he has seen throughout Western medicine. A note from Paul: Throughout my training and practice as a physician I have come to one very disappointing conclu…
 
This Part 2 is an updated version to our previous hypochondriac espisode. Hypochondria is a form of mental health issue manifested in people with anxiety. In this updated (part 2) episode, I will reveal 5 tips that you can apply to combat your issues with hypochondria Stay with me till the end of today’s episode, as I will give you a secret tip to …
 
We made an updated list of anxiety disorders, their symptoms and sprinkled in some golden nuggets. Make sure you stick around until the end of the video to find out an essential key remark all about these 5 anxiety disorders. You will surely be surprised to know how anxiety can manifest its way in anyone’s life without even them realizing it. Find …
 
Are you looking for itchy eyes treatment at home? - Here is how you can get rid of itching eyes with these three simple hacks! In this episode, you will discover three simple home remedies that offer tremendous relief to your itchy eyes. Make sure you listen to this episode till the end because our number one natural home remedy will completely blo…
 
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