CV Inflammation, Insulin Resistance, & the Webinar Series

CV Inflammation, Insulin Resistance, & the Webinar Series


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tonight I had an interesting day Janice has been very interested in a local
business person you may have heard of her her name is Laura I don’t remember
her last name that you may have seen her product in the grocery stores
“Laura’s Lean Beef” it’s very interesting because she has it looks like she’s sold
part of that company um or maybe all of it and now she’s gotten into CBD oil yes
that’s what I said CBD oil Janice is interested in it because she’s
found out some some things about the science behind it
I’ve looked as well and it’s very interesting we’ll be covering some more
in information on that story in the next over the next few weeks we met with her
today and again very interesting story could you I’m sorry but please hold on
oh gosh Janice left and left my little friend and she was banging on the door I
hope you guys can still see and hear me tonight we’re gonna cover several things
one of them is inflammation that’s gonna be the science part number two we’ll do
the sign the services update let’s go dive right into the science it’s gonna
be about cardiovascular inflammation maybe he started about 30,000 feet and
then go about as well not as deep as you can go but deeper than most very quickly
so at 30,000 feet you got your heart and your aorta your vena cava the big
arteries and veins and then they get smaller and smaller what we’re looking
at in terms of inflammation as you know is the arteries themselves then we’re
going to get all the way down to the glycocalyx and if you haven’t recognized
this or seen this these are this is a diagram of the glycocalyx here this is a
picture actual picture of the glycocalyx and this is what it looks like on a
cross-section it looks like little hairs inside the artery or the arteriole
that’s a very small artery so back up at 30,000 feet i mean if you go to like
some of the Bale-Doneen courses some of the other courses that get into this
level of inflammation they usually talk about this part the intima the media
and the adventitia the adventitia is the outer area it’s connective tissue it
connects the artery to the rest of the tissue in the body the media is a muscle
layer these are just all muscle cells here and without the media the arteries
would basically just blow up the intima is where all of the metabolic processes
work but they don’t have the structural strength to hold things too
especially when you’re in aortic pressures and even the more peripheral
pressures of 120 over 80 now the flight the place that’s the real action spot
for us and for anybody that happens to be human especially a human baby boomer
is you’re starting to get inflammation which means you’re starting to get some
burning of the intima some dysfunction of the intima and that usually happens
it can happen for several reasons smoking cigarette smoking is nuclear to
the intima inflammatory diseases classic when being really tired arthritis but
things like lupus that’s those things are very very difficult on the intima
and then of course by far hands down the most common thing is insulin resistance
which happens as we start getting older and therefore glucose and or insulin
both rising in the bloodstream so what do those do to cause the problem
we’ll talk about that in just a second but first of all let’s just talk about
where that problem starts again right here in the glycocalyx and again thank
you I think it was 147degreeswest they talked 147degreeswest mentioned a few months
ago we had not talked about it it’s a great topic it’s something that you’re
starting to hear a little bit more about on the internet this is again what it
looks like it’s like a marsh in a salt marsh next to a river you have the flow
with the river you have the big fish out there but the real metabolic stuff
that’s going on is going on right at the intersection between that land and the
water itself and you have grasses you have weeds that’s where all the small
fish or the crustaceans all of that stuff that’s where the real metabolic
ecological process is going on same thing happens with us in our arteries we
have thing called glycocalyx and that is
where waste materials are being pushed out back into the bloodstream and
nutrients are being like oxygen and other things are being taken in now here’s another picture capillary lumen
capillary is just a very very it’s the smallest vessel it’s the vessel
connection between the smallest arteries and the smallest banks those
capillary lumens have this glycocalyx and here’s what happens if you smoke
cigarettes if you have inflammatory disease if you have blood sugar over 140
or 180 for 20 hours a day your glycocalyx is going to start
looking like this glycocalyx on the right like a lawnmower came through and destroyed a lot of it insulin destroys
that inflammatory cells can destroy it glucose can destroy glycocalyx its
glycogen or sugars are a significant part making up these hairy tendrils I’ve
got this picture of the of the LDL particles over here on the right because
everybody are not everybody most people most of your docs will continue to look
for a high LDL these three right here in the middle what really matters though is
not so much how high your LDL is what matters is what’s protecting the lining
of the artery it doesn’t really matter if your LDL is 50 or 150 it nearly as
much as the health of your glycocalyx now let’s say you have a problem let’s
say you have ongoing blood sugars in 180-200 then you have a damaged
glycocalyx for day after day month after week after week month after month year
after year decade after decade you start building up inflammation
or if first you start building up plaque your immune system recognizes that
plaque is something that we don’t want there so whether it’s an infection a
virus a foreign body or plaque which is oxidized LDL
in this area then the the immune systems gonna send cells in those cells and if
you guys will let me hold the cursor just a minute these are cells immune
cells that are coming in this looks like a mast cell maybe it’s a pump that’s
yeah it’s a foam cell which is a bunch of macro sites that have bonded together
in this process you also get polymorphonuclear sites these are pardon
the the jargon immune cells white cells immune cells once you get those immune
cells coming in they release enzymes they release chemicals which attract
other immune cells and those immune cells start releasing more enzymes and
more what we call chemoattractant or chemicals that attract more immune cells
that is what inflammation is so a lot of people when they hear this thing about
inflammation they don’t really know what it is this is what it is it’s where your
own you’re taking friendly fire your tissues are taking friendly fire
your body is attacking something and in this case it’s attacking itself now it’s
still not a problem until we get to the next part so this is a pathology slide
of a real artery it’s someone who had died from a heart attack and as you see
here this is the media that muscle layer this is the intima that layer with the
glycocalyx very thin very not very strong this brown stuff is a waxy
substance that’s made mostly of oxidized LDL now you see this section right here
where it’s a lighter colored and it’s sort of retracted away from the from the
slide screen that’s because it’s liquid and it’s guess what hot liquid plaque
now here’s the issue everything is going okay in the process the immune system is
doing what it’s usually supposed to do except for this fact
if these chemicals huh in the hot plaque the chemoattractants that I talked
about a minute ago the enzymes that these release come out break through and
touch flowing blood which is over here then it causes a clot so it’s not really
the hot plaque itself that causes the problem it’s the clot and if the clot’s
big enough goes to the heart that’s a heart attack if the clot is big enough
and it goes to the brain that’s a stroke so I’m gonna go back up here to that
previous slide and look at this for justice so this is a different picture
same component again another patient that has I hope you didn’t get a lot of
noise there another patient that has had a died from one of these events heart
attack let me just orient you a little bit this
clearer part out here is the media the muscle area this is a plaque a hard
stable waxy plaque this is the intima as you can see the intima cracked soft
plaque went out in through the intima into the blood stream this is not soft
plaque black stuff this black stuff is clot it’s what’s remaining of the
clot here the bigger part of the clot broke off went to the heart killed the
patient so there’s something else to notice about this process that I haven’t
brought up yet you see here this brown section that’s another little area where
you have inflammation and plaque being attacked by the immune system so that
brings up the point that we’ve you may have heard us say many times why would
you look in the in the carotid artery an artery in the neck to look for this
process because it’s a systemic process if you have it in one artery bed you
have it in all of them it’s a chemical process and that’s exactly what’s going
on even in this space just across the the artery circumference in the same
area you’ve got another one of these going on another way of maybe helping
understand this there was a quote you know when Tim Russert died they did an
autopsy because they were thinking maybe he’d had a pulmonary embolus from a long
plane ride home from Italy no they did not find an embolus but what
they said was his arteries looked like the pimpled face of a teenager in other
words he had multiple of these bumps with inflammation getting ready to pop
and sure enough that’s what killed him that’s what kills people with a heart
attack and stroke that’s what creates the event one of these one of these
plaques pops releases the the inflammatory ingredients they cause a
clot and again the clot causes the event now here’s an interesting point I
can’t see behind my hopefully you can see that so inflammation this is not
something new Time magazine Time magazine I don’t
think anybody would argue that Time magazine is a medical science magazine
clearly not a medical standards magazine they talked about inflammation causing
heart attacks and by the way cancer and Alzheimer’s as well back in 2004
it’s what 2019 now 15 years later after it made front-page cover of a very
popular well-known magazine and we still don’t have standards that actually deal
with this issue we’re still doing what well hey Doc you know what my
brother-in-law or my brother had a heart attack my family has heart attacks when
we’re young how about if we do a stress test is the stress test going to tell
you whether or not you have soft-like whether or not you have inflammation no
it’s not there are times to do a stress test but they’re really way less than
half of the times that stress tests are actually done it’s not that medical
standards groups are not discussing it they are right now that’s just not so
clear to a standards group what to do with it folks may have questions about
that if you do I’m certainly open to taking a whack at it I can tell you
medical standard gosh two or three hundred years ago
vitamin C was found to be a something that can prevent scurvy it took two
hundred years before they actually started putting limes in the ships of
the British Navy hence British sailors being called
limeys it took a hundred years for metformin to become an actual standard
after it was discovered so even in today’s world even though it’s the
internet world everything’s available to the whole world and in a flash you
still have to have scientists vet this thing they say have to get through their
human competitiveness with regarding whether they’re not whether or not they
discovered something and you still have to figure out what to do about something
once you find it so it still takes on average 18 to 20 years before some of
these things become standards last slide on inflammation and then although go
back and open it up to some questions this is a a slide that was developed by
Cleveland Heart Labs they’re now owned by Quest’s Cleveland Heart Labs and Quests
still do the vast majority of our testing and these are sort of things
that we look for on the left far left you see a healthy clean section of
artery and then it gets more and more plaque and inflammation as you go to the
right you start adding F2-Isoprostane which is known as “the lifestyle
lie-detector” oxidized LDL that starts building up microalbumin creatinine
ratio ADMA which I won’t talk about C-reactive protein all of these things
start piling in then just getting you start getting enzymatic activity here
you remember I talked about immune cells releasing enzymes well two of those
enzymes we actually test for one of them is MPO myeloperoxidase the other one is
LP-PLA2 rather than try to go through that long name and we just call it
PLAC2 and CK-MB bands they get more
involved when we start actually looking at and for damage to the heart muscle I
made a mistake I did have think one more slide so this is my on inflammation
panel from Adam I think it’s to 1915 not sure well that’s obviously an old
one and as you see we’re actually testing for my LDL oxidized plaque to
C-reactive protein which is a protein made by the liver and the microalbumin
creatinine ratio I’m not going to spend more time on that tonight we go much
more into detail on that in our webinar series and we’ll talk about the webinar
series just a little bit later but I’m hoping our technology worked tonight I’m
hoping that we’re on please confirm that we are ah gosh let me go back up hello
Doc hello from Cape Canaveral okay hello good good to hear from you that’s Jim D
we’ve got Senile Canuck I apologize I’m trying to move this around and every
time I do it gets over on top of the questions
Richard Lund yes loud and clear great here you find fantastic hello from
Lafayette Louisiana I have to that’s good to hear from Lafayette Louisiana
egandrus I don’t know if I mentioned I interned at the big free Charity
Hospital in New Orleans so got lots of neat memories about Cajun country Jo
Boehm all go in Melbourne great to hear from you guys John Anderson from
Orange Park Florida good to hear from you okay
hello from Bellfast I don’t remember hearing from anybody in Belfast Belfast
Belfast I’m assuming that’s Ireland 147DegreesWest I already gave you a
shout out with the glycocalyx hello from Alaska
Jim D fluid dynamics non laminar blood plasma
colliding into the walls due to mass momentum of different sized red blood
cells and lipids well I’m sure there’s a lot of fluid dynamics there I will tell
you this it’s actually very well known that if the blood does flow a lot faster
in this very center of that that column I’ll also tell you this in terms of
orientation to size if you start watching the and they’re images
available out on the Internet once you get to capillary level the capillary
circumference is about the size of a red blood cell so the red blood cells
actually usually get oriented like this and you can actually see them sort of
melt through and they’re obviously squeezing past the glycocalyx as they go
through Carl Vasta how quickly does the glycocalyx take to regenerate low blood
sugar I wish somebody would check me out on that I keep meaning to look that up I
don’t know if it’s hours or days but it it doesn’t take that long the biggest
problem is most of us that have insulin resistance for example if you do have it
and you don’t know it like 90% of us don’t know it then you don’t know you
gain 10 extra pounds that makes it a little bit worse and gosh believe it or
not your blood sugar’s hanging around 140 to 180 maybe 6 8 10 20 hours a day
because it jumps up to 160 after breakfast stays there for two or three
hours then after lunch then after dinner then you have a snack or a drink or
something at eight or nine o’clock it starts adding up but it’s a great
question okay Jim D especially junction’s I think we’re talking about
the fluid dynamics again Carl Carey pardon my I need to get some new glasses
Carl Vasta I think how quickly does the glycocalyx oh we already cover there hi from
New Zealand good to hear from you Carl is it true that smoking causes plaque to
absolutely smoking is nuclear in terms of inflammation and guess what
once you inflammation is starts off with burning that glycocalyx so once you burn
that glycocalyx what’s gonna happen LDL what’s gonna start filtering through
forming plot B Wood Dr. brewer is there a way to prevent or redirect the
mass cells from responding to the plaque would that be a novel way to prevent
plaque erosion and possibly prevent clotting it certainly would and he’ll
actually you bring up a great point I don’t have that available but there was
a study I think it was cover article of Scientific American last summer
maybe the summer before yeah I know it was covered in it’s called CANTOS
if you’re at your computer and I think most of you are you can look it up
it was by the principal investigator was Paul Ridker Paul Ridker by the way is a
very smart cardiologist at Brigham and Women’s in Harvard and he started
noticing that since helped but quite often they helped even when somebody had
a low LDL so it wasn’t really statins he started I mean it wasn’t really LDL he
started thinking maybe his inflammation and he noticed this like 20 years ago
here’s where I’m going with that there was a study called CANTOS they
took a very unusual incredibly expensive I’m talking about like I think maybe a
quarter of a million a year biomedical anti-inflammatory shot when they took
and they gave that on rent and random in a randomized clinical trial and guess
what happened that anti-inflammatory shot resulted in decreased heart attacks
and strokes they actually started moving ahead
trying to get an indication for heart attack and stroke prevention even though
again it was a like a quarter of a million a year and again I’m sure it
wouldn’t cost quite that much now but this was still only two years ago it was
a lot here’s the problem it’s not ready for primetime here was the problem that
anti-inflammatory stopped immune function it can’t decide oh I’m only
going to redirect microsites and immune function with the arteries it also
redirected them in other places like resulting in in more deaths associated
with lung infections pneumonias things like that so it traded off almost as
many deaths in infections as it saved from heart attack and stroke great
question again it helps in terms of understanding the science of this and
also where we are in terms of state of the art what component of smoking does
the damage nicotine I do think nicotine is a major bad actor which is very
interesting because caffeine which is very very close to it actually does
appear to have some create some health now how bad is is nicotine alone I don’t
think we know that yet I also know that we start getting into things like
nicorette gum and the question would be well would nicorette gum not cause as
many problems I don’t think it does but I don’t think we’ve got enough and I’m
not aware of any science where we actually did long-term studies on
something like other forms of nicotine only with heart attack and stroke we we
do know there are a lot of other components in cigarette smoke and I do
know this it’s not very clear what all components do contribute hope that
helped and that gets about as far as my knowledge in that space okay chef bea
chef bea I smoked 25 years and then my my CAC test came zero I guess it
depends on the genes pool people yeah you’re you’re lucky
chef bea you’re extremely lucky I don’t know if I don’t want to push continue to
push my luck though I well no other comments well I will say this something
that you should know people worry about cigarette smoking and they were when
they worried about it they think about lung cancer
cigarette smoking kills far more people from heart attack and stroke than it
does from lung cancer so yes cigarette smoke is a is a problem
with lung cancer but it’s a far bigger issue with heart attack and stroke fucks
votex 99 does pomegranate juice help clear plaque pomegranate juice does
have a lot of antioxidants in it and I used to take pomegranate juice but
here’s the problem with pomegranate juice antioxidants are not
anti-inflammatories it’s a different issue but here’s the problem with
pomegranate juice it has a lot of sugar in it and again if you go back and
consider the by far the most common inflammatory driver is its high blood
sugar then do you really want to take do you really want to take a whole bunch of
sugar with your antioxidants and that’s why I quit take drinking pomegranate
juice now I’m going to before we take more questions I’m gonna go back in and
talk a little bit about our services we’ve had a lot of people go ahead and
start calling in about the the webinar series we’ve had people are talking
about it’s already signed up and in fact Michelle wanted to make sure that I let
you know the web finding some costs associated with the hidden costs
associated with the webinar series it we started we came out of the blocks
think it was like 249 to 299 290 we’ve got some hidden cost there we’re gonna
continue to honor that price of 294 I think it’s 10 more 10 more applicants or
10 more registrants after that it will go up to $4.99 sorry about that
we’re doing what we can so we’ll talk about the webinars in just a minute
before I do if you haven’t signed up for the we’ve got a we’ve got a tech issue
in terms of images I’m not going to to go there other than to say if you
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than 99.9% of doctors know about either one of these issues and we’ve got
pre-diabetes now I don’t know I don’t think it’s quite been loaded up onto the
membership site one thing I’ll tell you is there’s a lot of free content you can
look for for example and get samples out of each of those courses for free if you
have an interest we’ve got infographics I don’t know if
those have been loaded yet I’ve seen the infographics they’re good they still
needed a little bit of work I don’t know if we’re gonna wait till we get them
totally perfect before we put up there or not I prefer not I’d rather you see
have seen from past two years history I’d rather go ahead and get something up
there that you can see and start getting benefit from before making it perfect
we’ve got the plaque book it’s a book on plaque plaque is what’s killing us that’s
what’s causing dementia it’s disabling us it’s what causes heart attacks
strokes dementia blindness you name it but what’s very interesting is if you
ever about what’s the state of the art for
measuring the screening and detecting plaque the state of the art is to say
hey Doc you know what good uh I’m getting worried about this can we do a
stress test I’m not gonna go down that’s that line again there are better ways
there are clearly better ways and this is a whole book about it
we offer the the intro on the book in the first chapter you can get that for
free just by going into the the membership site the webinar
registrations are there as well and the CIMT event where registrations are
there we’ve got I don’t know that we’re completely booked yet but we’re getting
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lab complete set of labs plus register to see me during after or immediately
after the boot camp event in Louisville November 9th oh I’ve already had a lot
of registration for that for those of you who are really interested in the and
don’t ask me why it’s my fault but I don’t want to go into that topic in
seeing the actual law the distillery tour it’s no longer free that one’s that
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the Louisville event is September 28th CIMT event with David and the webinar
series just one other point about the webinar series a lot of people don’t
understand a lot of people are not aware of it it is a great way to go ahead and
find out do I have plaque do I if so is it inflamed do I have
insulin resistance and you know people said Doc you’re just way too
expensive I know that and again we’re doing everything we can to make this
available for people that don’t own their own airplanes as you mentioned
earlier we started coming out of the blocks at under 300 now it’s going to be
a little bit under 500 and you could get the basic information you also get three
months worth of you get the labs you get three months worth of webinar in
conference attendees attend conference access what time in dates right now
we’re still doing them at 11 on 11 Eastern Time
when we win – those start I think it’s two weeks from now is it October 9 we
talked about the price and I think that’s it for this LA the CIMT event
some links that you need to know if you want to still want to register for the
CardioRisk or for the LA event the Anaheim event is CardioRisk.US/HealthyLife
CIMT Tour CardioRisk.US/Ford webinar present
everything else [email protected] so there was obviously some commercial
and then I most of us to help people know what’s available for free or
otherwise and thank you for your patience as we
went through that okay J D Doc to follow up I’m an ex-smoker I feel better
since I quit smoking in cardiac functions I used to smoke pack tobacco
and didn’t inhale the smoke I’m pretty sure you got less smoke than somebody
who inhaled all the way down to the bottom of their lungs but you still as
you know get a good bit of of those products just absorbing through the
through the mucous membranes even of the of the mouth but thank you for
clarifying James interested in relocating the
selling skip over that goodworld hi Doc what do we get out of the webinar for
for now okay three months I think I’ve covered it but just real quick
three months of access to all the content in three months worth of
webinars so that’s you can actually go to the webinar and I guess one thing I
didn’t include is the webinar will actually provide access to your own your
that you’ll be able to you’ll get your own lab results CIMT I mean not
CIMT OGTT with insulin survey you know people have already started calling
and they said you know that’s really inexpensive but they had looked at
getting these labs on their own that’s the major component the major value
thing here you’ll get the OGTT plus the inflammation panel that will be included
in that 490 then you get the you attend the webinars will go over science like
we’re going over here and then we’ll answer people gonna ask questions about
hey doc I’ve got a I’ve got a one-hour glucose of 190 and what does that mean
or I’ve got a one-hour glucose of 120 but my insulin level at one hour is 100
ten what does that mean that means you’ve got insulin resistance even
though your body’s still controlling that blood sugar it’s taking twice as
much insulin as you should be using to get there and as we discussed insulin
can damage that glycocalyx as well okay J D I had a good experience with the docs
at John Hopkins I’m glad to hear that J D I’m a Hopkins grad myself and I
actually used to be faculty at Hopkins I trained in preventive medicine there and
went on to run the program in preventive medicine Loretta Dillon-Ham finally I made
it on this live congratulations thank you we’ve been having a lot of technical
challenges as I as I don’t have to share last weight for example I won’t go into
the details on that jo boehm jo let me tell me how to pronounce that last
name Dr. Brewer wonder why hearing one more
thing about grass-fed beef makes your eyes cross have you read that book if you read the book you would see I
have no problem I think that’s probably true I think there is some component of
the cows are what they eat and I do think it’s true I do think you get
vitamin k2 better from animals that are pasture fed grass-fed I’m not arguing
with that I made the comment because again when I go through a book usually I
go through it in two or three days and I did that one as well and it’s just that
I heard it so many times that I pardon me I’m sorry that it sounded anyway no
argument with the point that it’s better to grasp it grass-fed beef at least from
a science perspective J D I stayed in Winston for awhile I would recommend
again Doc sorry for flooding your chat got carried away
thank you James Kantor how much vitamin D3 and K2 MK7 do you recommend you know
what I keep getting this question if you don’t mind give me 15 seconds maybe it
wasn’t even 15 seconds I have absolutely no financial interest in this company
and I don’t know that this company is any better than the others but here’s
what I take I get a lot of questions about this I want to go ahead keep
meaning to get that out there I’ve actually answered many questions about
it so what I’m taking is K2 D3 and there’s 100 micrograms of K2 MK7 and I
think you can see that 1 100 micrograms of K2 MK7 now there’s also 1 2 125 micro
grams of vitamin D3 and I think that’s like 5 thousand international units now
that’s not all I’m taking though I don’t have it here and it sits down in the
kitchen I’d go get it also if you might remember I’m
natto powder in my in my coffee so that’s another separate source of K2 Terri Wyatt hello from Utah oh good
world thanks for answering my question Doc that is indeed very affordable yeah
I’m not good at it a sales pitch kind of thing and a lot of people don’t really
understand what they’re getting and I thank you very much actually goodworld for making people aware we’re not trying to make money with this channel
we’re trying to help this is a legacy thing I’ve well we’re not wealthy but
we’re not bad off either our goal is to retire and my big goal is to to help
save lives on my next 30 years on my way out
I’m 62 I plan to die I don’t know if I’m gonna make it in 100 maybe anyway our
goal is to make this stuff available and what a lot of people don’t realize is
that usually if you just go get those labs yourself you’re paying 300 400
here’s what started it again Bart Robinson I keep linking this to you it
may be somebody else but somebody asked me after seeing one of John’s videos
they said we can’t get the inflammation panel anymore on the Do It Yourself from
from Quest so I called them they redirected me back around to a bunch of
places they did not tell answer my question but I heard it from multiple
sources I can’t help but believe you I can still get the inflammation panel
that’s what started this whole ball rolling doing a webinar series that’s
I mean that’s not really the big venue knowledge is value and this is very
valuable but that’s not where the cost is the cost is in the labs themselves Terry Wyatt hello from Utah was in
Todd’s office that must mean Todd Eldredge the guy I’m writing the book
with on CIMT plaque when he talked he in talking on his phone got my
CIMT thanks for the education and motivation Thank You Terry for listening
and even more so for taking the effort to get out there and take care of your
health it takes a little it takes some effort but once people get started
they’re usually glad they did RobTO7 good to hear from you Rob Doc what do
you think of maltodextrin is a carb source to add to wheat whey protein
malto has been a staple of bodybuilding meal replacements for 30 years I know
that I’m aware of it but I don’t really I don’t know enough of the science
behind maltodextrin excuse me I don’t know enough about the science about
maltodextrin to have an opinion I’d love to hear if you have a concern I would
offer to look it up but I’ve got so many people asking for stuff right now I’m
just trying to I’m trying to work on my priority list by the way I’m trying to
drink coffee I mean drink water while I speak instead of coffee I saw a patient
yesterday and at the end he said you know you didn’t coffee once over a full
hour period any and I said I know where you going you I think you think there’s
some sort of made me psychological overlay to my coffee I’m not gonna argue
maybe there is I just don’t think he’s seen all of them I’ve done a lot of
videos and for example this one I don’t think I’ve caught that much anyway
pardon me for sharing personal stuff votex99 thanks for answering my
questions are very welcome votex James Kantor I’m taking D3 5,000
international units and K2 100 micrograms that’s the same thing I’m
taking do you think we should go to 200 since a lot of it studies use 180 I
think I may already be at 200 because as you as I mentioned I’m taking another
source as well a very different kind of source it tastes really really bad and I
do it every day Bart Robinson I don’t know if you heard
I was talking about you I constantly I currently take life extension multi that
has 2,000 IU use of D3 do you suggest people to get a
blood test before increasing in 5,000 that’s a really really good question
Bart I’ve mentioned this several times but if you know there’s a lot of videos
out there I think I’m the only one that’s seen all of them I’ve had people
swear to me that they’ve seen all of them but I’m still a little bit
skeptical anyway there have been studies on how safe it is to take D3 you know
you can take too much you can cute you it can mess up your kidneys really bad
however there’s been studies on five thousand international units and five
thousand all those studies have shown people are safe at five thousand
international units I do not feel like you have to get D3 studies and D3 levels
to go up to that level of of supplementation I think that’s a you can
do that supplementation and not worry about it Bart Robinson okay we already covered
that 147 this thing keeps jumping some people
get an insulin spike from maltodextrin and some don’t
I don’t hubby does you have to test it with a good comedy okay thank you very
much 147 B Wood James Kantor a good question I’ve been wondering about going
to 200 micrograms as well yeah if that’s your only source I probably would go to
200 147 glucometer Lix 59 afternoon Health fans uh hey Doc Jim D what are your thoughts
about heavy water deuterium there’s not much air in the windmills of my mind on
that one 147 I booted mine to 200 micrograms
J D loved your recent non-biased K2 videos Doc still many ongoing stuff
thank you very much Davey I appreciate that one of them I listened to and I
couldn’t even follow myself you know I do appreciate the patience with that you
guys sometimes have to to show me not understanding completely sometimes
doesn’t stop me from trying to explain it but yes they keep the issue I went
ahead and forged ahead on a lot of the K2 studies and here’s why as you may
know the internet and the books and all the media are full of K2 is wonderful
it’s going to take all the calcium out of your heart so if you had a positive
calcium score take some K2 and it’s going to cure you no that’s not the case
my original foray into K2 was what two years ago and I went straight to the
randomized clinical trials there were some and they were underwhelming the
only one that showed there was one that showed some positive stuff I think it
was the Rotterdam trial and that still wasn’t that strong at all so I panned it
thence when I read the book that I made the comment about if I hear one more
thing about about grass-fed beef that book was really good I forget the name
of the author the it’s a French female French Canadian female and she’s I think
of nutrition very good book I’d clearly recommend that you learned a lot and
what that did was it got me looking a little bit deeper in terms in terms of
the science and that’s where I got intrigued by this whole osteocalcin
story and the clear linkage between enzymes and other molecules that are
impacted by K2 which also in turn impact insulin resistance so I think there’s a
very interesting additional story there but people keep asking well you know
tell us should we take it or not now you’re often not gonna get there from
this channel I’m gonna give you the facts I’m not going to tell you I take
it and then hey by the way by all of mine I’m gonna give you the facts and
unfortunately the facts aren’t always conclusive Bart Robinson thanks for the
update on the inflammation panel situation you’re very welcome and Bart I
keep I keep pegging you with having made that comment I hope I was right
Lix 59 I’ve been 5100 D3 K2 for a couple of years good for you we are getting
close to two an hour I still got a lot of interest I appreciate the interest
that we’ve been getting I’m gonna cut it off though because if you go longer than
an hour believe it or not there’s a lot more people that watch these videos
after the event and if they start seeing you know going
on over an hour unless it’s an interview with a public luminary they tend to not
watch it so unless somebody’s got anything else
urgent are pressing and I’m gonna sign off RobTO7 they call maltodextrin a
complex carb but supposedly has a glycemic index okay thank you very very
much and we’ll see we’ll talk to you next week if I can turn this off

10 thoughts on “CV Inflammation, Insulin Resistance, & the Webinar Series”

  1. Just ordered a glucose tester today. Im going see if i have insulin resistance. I remember you said that getting active after eating helps reduce glucose levels.

  2. Going to order the sports research combo. I spend a lot of time comparing prices and they are competitive from what I can see ..thanks! Decided to get back on at least a moderate dose of K2

  3. Thank you, Dr. Brewer, great video. The glycocaylx sounds similar to the sillia that lines the bronchial airways which smoking also destroys.

  4. I realty like detail. The more the better. And yes, I do not find any of it difficult to comprehend. Two more reviews and I could pass a close book test at 85% or higher pass. I would like to hear countermeasures by specifics for inflammation and its reduction. I would prefer to hear your impressions for Linus Pauling on his own research for vitamin c.

  5. Pomegranate juice is great if it’s fresh or just eat the fruit fresh… definitely not juiced in a bottle from the store.

  6. Lol regarding living to a hundred… i think a great life goal is to make it to a hundred without insulin resistance and heart disease and other chronic conditions with a sharp mind and decent eyesight, able to live independently but with weekly maid service anyways … but if you can do that until 85, before degeneration happens… that would be great too! Especially the weekly maid service part.

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