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Ep. 109: Chris Palmer's “Brain Energy”, Type 1 Diabetes, and Low-Fat Diets For Weight Loss (Q & A)

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In this episode we discuss:
  • Our thoughts on Chris Palmer’s “Brain Energy” theory of mental health
  • Why low carb diets are not the solution for anxiety and depression and what to do instead
  • What most people miss when it comes to weight loss and why we shouldn’t focus on fat-burning
  • Strategies to optimally manage blood sugar for Type 1 Diabetes
  • Whether we should lower our fat intake to lose weight

Sign up for the Free Energy Balance Food Guide: https://jayfeldmanwellness.com/guide

Check out the Energy Balance Solution program here: https://www.jayfeldmanwellness.com/solution/

Click here to check out the show notes: https:/jayfeldmanwellness.com/ep-109-chris-palmers-brain-energy-type-1-diabetes-and-low-fat-diets-for-weight-loss-qa

Timestamps:

0:00 – intro

1:19 – our take on Chris Palmer's “Brain Energy” theory of mental health disorders

5:04 – challenging the misconception of a separation between the brain and body

8:03 – why low-carb, ketogenic, and carnivore diets can produce temporary mental health benefits

10:36 – how impaired energy production underlies poor brain health and how to fix it without using low-carb diets

14:05 – how fat burning can temporarily relieve symptoms of poor glucose utilization (with a major cost)

18:29 – why fatty acid oxidation is our default metabolic state under stress and underlies all chronic disease

22:20 – whether ketogenic diets promote metabolic flexibility

24:53 – poor glucose metabolism as a driver of Alzheimer’s disease and other mental health conditions

28:13 – the adaptive benefit of burning fat during stress

31:31 – blood sugar management for Type 1 Diabetes and whether a low-carb diet is optimal

38:13 – whether lowering fat intake is necessary for burning and losing fat

42:09 – whether improving metabolic function alone is enough to reduce stored fat and when a decrease in dietary fat intake may be necessary

47:32 – the difference between subcutaneous fat and visceral fat and their potential implications

50:34 – how to fix our hunger signals to prevent excessive eating

54:33 – weighing the costs of extreme diets and the need for more innovative thinking around health

  continue reading

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Manage episode 400755023 series 2871422
Content provided by Jay Feldman Wellness. All podcast content including episodes, graphics, and podcast descriptions are uploaded and provided directly by Jay Feldman Wellness or their podcast platform partner. If you believe someone is using your copyrighted work without your permission, you can follow the process outlined here https://ro.player.fm/legal.
In this episode we discuss:
  • Our thoughts on Chris Palmer’s “Brain Energy” theory of mental health
  • Why low carb diets are not the solution for anxiety and depression and what to do instead
  • What most people miss when it comes to weight loss and why we shouldn’t focus on fat-burning
  • Strategies to optimally manage blood sugar for Type 1 Diabetes
  • Whether we should lower our fat intake to lose weight

Sign up for the Free Energy Balance Food Guide: https://jayfeldmanwellness.com/guide

Check out the Energy Balance Solution program here: https://www.jayfeldmanwellness.com/solution/

Click here to check out the show notes: https:/jayfeldmanwellness.com/ep-109-chris-palmers-brain-energy-type-1-diabetes-and-low-fat-diets-for-weight-loss-qa

Timestamps:

0:00 – intro

1:19 – our take on Chris Palmer's “Brain Energy” theory of mental health disorders

5:04 – challenging the misconception of a separation between the brain and body

8:03 – why low-carb, ketogenic, and carnivore diets can produce temporary mental health benefits

10:36 – how impaired energy production underlies poor brain health and how to fix it without using low-carb diets

14:05 – how fat burning can temporarily relieve symptoms of poor glucose utilization (with a major cost)

18:29 – why fatty acid oxidation is our default metabolic state under stress and underlies all chronic disease

22:20 – whether ketogenic diets promote metabolic flexibility

24:53 – poor glucose metabolism as a driver of Alzheimer’s disease and other mental health conditions

28:13 – the adaptive benefit of burning fat during stress

31:31 – blood sugar management for Type 1 Diabetes and whether a low-carb diet is optimal

38:13 – whether lowering fat intake is necessary for burning and losing fat

42:09 – whether improving metabolic function alone is enough to reduce stored fat and when a decrease in dietary fat intake may be necessary

47:32 – the difference between subcutaneous fat and visceral fat and their potential implications

50:34 – how to fix our hunger signals to prevent excessive eating

54:33 – weighing the costs of extreme diets and the need for more innovative thinking around health

  continue reading

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