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Low Zinc, Low Testosterone: Science You Should Know
Zinc is an essential mineral involved in over 200 enzymatic reactions. Science shows it may help support hormonal health in men. Support your hormone health with the Alpha Male Stack by MYOXCIENCE Nutrition: https://myoxcience.com/collections/hormone-adrenal-support Save with code podcast at checkout Video and Show Notes: https://bit.ly/43gKHax Time Stamps: 00:30 Zinc supplementation can increase Testosterone levels. 01:55 Zinc is an essential nutrient that plays many roles. 02:10 Testosterone is an androgen that plays many roles. 02:35 Zinc deficiency leads to structural changes within testicles and impairs testosterone synthesis. 04:00 The conversion of testosterone to its active form requires 5 alpha reductase, which is dependent upon zinc. 04:30 Zinc deficiency may lead to decreased male hormone receptor activity. 05:30 Mike recommends zinc bisglycinate chelate bound to glycine. 07:30 Zinc is lost in sweat and ejaculate. 09:30 Consider your zinc-copper ratio. 09:58 Low testosterone increases risk of cardiovascular disease, depression, cerebral vascular disease, insulin resistance, and increased belly fat.
Win the War on Fat Loss & Muscle Building w/ Charles Poliquin
Charles Poliquin shares key insights from his four decades of experience training elite athletes and Olympians. Support your Workout Sessions and Healthy Hydration with the Electrolyte + Creatine Combo by MYOXCIENCE: https://bit.ly/electrolyte-stix *Save with code podcast at checkout Video Interview: https://youtu.be/1ojJF3Oqanw Get the Blood Work Cheat Sheet: https://courses.highintensityhealth.com/blood-work-cheat-sheet Arm Size and Strength: The Ultimate Guide: http://amzn.to/2kOzo78 Show Notes 0:00 Intro 4:19 To win the war on fat, you need to win the insulin war. 5:43 Athletes’ Alzheimer’s propensity 6:19 Profound benefits of strength training 7:39 You don’t need carbs. 8:41 Risk/benefit of peptides like SARMs (Selective Androgen Receptor Modulator) 10:12 The beneficial hormonal influence of doing squats 11:30 DHEA Sulfate, the mother of all androgens 13:50 DHEA for women 15:37 The best anabolic agent is sleep. 17:03 Screen time affects androgens, sleep, weight gain, fitness, and information retention. 21:50 Carbohydrates are not for everyone. 26:20 Managing stress hormones with carbohydrates 26:40 Meat, wild and domestic, sources of protein 29:06 Meal timing and frequency 31:13 Athletic performance with intermittent fasting and protein/fat consumption 35:39 Regular blood work is a lie detector. 39:18 Leucine and branch chain amino acids for hypertrophy 42:08 Fish oil for weight loss 44:26 GLA (Gamma-linolenic acid), the healthy Omega 6 45:05 Periodization for burning fat and building muscle 51:23 Mindset and quality over quantity 59:55 Charles’ morning routine 01:04:04 Charles’ favorite nutrients/foods are brain-ready carnitine, curcumin and water buffalo. 01:05:54 Charles’ elevator pitch would be to ban soda and look to the Finns for education reform.
Metabolic Health Testing Beyond LDL-Cholesterol: Remnant Lipids Explained
Remnant lipoproteins are being recognized as a better proxy for metabolic health. Support your Intermittent Fasting lifestyle with the Berberine Fasting Accelerator by MYOXCIENCE: bit.ly/berberine-fasting-accelerator Use code podcast to save 12% Get the Blood Work Cheat Sheet: https://courses.highintensityhealth.com/blood-work-cheat-sheet 00:00 Remnant cholesterol is an atherogenic lipid. 01:10 Remnant cholesterol is linked with metabolic dysfunction. 02:10 Remnant cholesterol is a good assessment for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, diabetes, hypertension, chronic kidney disease, and atherosclerosis diseases. 02:27 Total cholesterol – HDL – LDL = Remnant Cholesterol. 07:45 Remnant cholesterol levels, with high accuracy, identify metabolic syndrome. 08:50 Remnant cholesterol is a measure of the triglyceride enriched atherogenic lipoprotein. 10:00 Industrialized seed oils increase the propensity of your atherogenic lipoproteins to become oxidized. 10:50 Women have a higher risk of metabolic syndrome related to remnant cholesterol. 11:50 Older women have significantly higher bodyfat percentage, worse lipid profiles, and worse lipid metabolism then men and younger women. 13:30 Skeletal muscle is important to metabolic health. 14:40 Menopausal bioidentical HRT reduces the risk of a number of diseases.
Early Menopause: Ovarian Failure in Young Women Explained
Record numbers of young women are experiencing early menopause, also known as Premature Ovarian Failure, in their 20s and 30s. Here's the science and details you should know. Support your sleep, mood and metabolic health with Myo Relax and Calm by MYOXCIENCE: bit.ly/myo-relax-sleep-blend Use code podcast at checkout to save Link to video and research: https://bit.ly/3NZeWOv Time Stamps: 00:00 Young women in their 20s and teen girls are going through menopause, premature ovarian insufficiency. 00:37 Nearly 11% of women in North America go through POI. 01:45 POI is a symptom of endocrine disrupting chemical exposure, poor metabolic health, and malnutrition. 03:45 Long-term health issues are caused by low estrogen, progesterone and testosterone. 04:50 Early symptoms 05:30 Indicators: elevated FSH, between 25 IU and 40 IU, and low AMH, below 3.5 picomoles/liter. 06:24 Exposure to certain environmental chemicals compromise reproductive health in women. 10:35 POI is ovarian failure, not early menopause.
Top Causes of Death in 2022: Time to Focus on Wellness
Heart disease and cancer have long held the top two causes of death, 2022, 2021 and 2020 were no different, new data suggests. According to the CDC’s recently released 2022 figures, these two health conditions claimed a combined 7 times more lives than COVID-19 in 2022. Support your Workout Sessions and Healthy Hydration with the Electrolyte + Creatine Combo by MYOXCIENCE: bit.ly/electrolyte-stix Use code podcast to save 12% Link to video review and notes: https://bit.ly/top-cause-of-death-2022 References: Ahmad, F. B., Cisewski, J. A. & Anderson, R. N. Provisional Mortality Data — United States, 2021. Morbidity Mortal Wkly Rep 71, 597–600 (2022).
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