Gluconeogenesis: Expensive, but Essential | MWM 2.29

Gluconeogenesis. We don’t have to eat carbohydrate because we can make it from other things in our diet like protein. But being gluconeogenic ain’t easy. As far as your ATP supply is concerned, it might just break the bank. But hey, the liver’s got to do what the liver’s got to do, amiright? Let’s take […]

D-Chiro-Inositol and PCOS – How Does It Work? (2016 Update)

This is an instructional video about the role that D-chiro-inositol plays in insulin metabolism and polycystic ovarian syndrome. First, let’s introduce some of our important players. The cells we are concerned with are the muscle and fat cells throughout the body and the theca cells of the ovaries, which produce testosterone. The small molecules are […]

Onco Support product overview – Rx Vitamins for Pets

Onco Support was my formula to help address the needs of the oncology patient, whether they are receiving chemotherapy or not. It uses a very flavorful base of powdered lecithin, powder nutritional yeast, and powdered kelp powder. The combination of these three powders has a very good flavor which makes it quite appealing to most […]

Recommendations on magnesium supplements and dosage

Anonymous says, “What are your recommendations on magnesium supplements and dosage? Would you mix slow mag, which is magnesium chloride and calcium, for absorption, electrolyte balance, and magnesium oxide or glycinate to help with bowel function, or sprays like Ease or Ancient Minerals?” I’ve used a bunch of this stuff, and at the end of […]

Dr Nicole Kellow joins our “Food as Medicine” suite of courses on FutureLearn.

NICOLE KELLOW: My name is Nicole Kellow, and I’m a Senior Researcher in the Department of Nutrition, Dietetics and Food at Monash University. And I’m really proud to be part of the “Food as Medicine” suite of courses that Monash University is currently running. I’m passionate about gut health, and also about advanced glycation end […]

Top Home Remedies for Asthma

Hey guys, Dr. Josh Axe here. Welcome to Ancient Medicine Today. I’m so excited to be here with you. So, today we’ll be talking about the top home remedies to help you overcome asthma and other breathing related issues. Now again, this is a good number one for asthma but even people who are struggling […]

How do you determine if you’re getting enough protein?

Anonymous says, “How do you determine if you’re getting enough protein? I heard Dr. Stephen Phinney say, for those on a keto diet, if ketones are greater than 3 on a regular basis, then it’s a sign you’re not getting enough protein.” Okay, first of all, why are you on a ketogenic diet? So, if […]

Molly Kimball: Nutrition Recovery Tips

We often think about what do I eat before a workout but what about what we eat after a workout post-workout recovery nutrition is key not only for power and performance but also to help reduce our risk of injury and to help minimize fatigue when we are looking at recovering nutrition that process starts […]

What supplements would you recommend for a ketogenic diet?

Anonymous says, “For someone on a keto diet, 80 grams total carbs, 40 g net, greater than 1 ketones,” I assume that’s more than 1 millimolar beta-hydroxybutyrate, “what supplements would you recommend? Any concerns with carbs being that low?” I don’t know that I would specifically tailor supplements on the basis of this data. So, […]

Why would a male have low blood levels of calcium?

Anonymous attendee says, “Why would a male be low in calcium?” Anonymous, write in the chat if you want, do you mean low in blood calcium, or do you mean low in bone calcium, or do you mean low in dietary calcium? So, I’m going to assume that you mean low in blood calcium. You […]