Episode #69 – Protein & Type 2 – The Fix Blood Sugar Webinar with Joe Barton & Dr. Scott Saunders M.D.
Episode #69-Protein & Type 2-Fix Blood Sugar Webinar with Joe Barton & Dr. Scott Saunders M.D. -Reverse your Type 2 at www.bartonwebinar.com-
Why is protein important?
[6:45] More meat, more cancer? mTOR
[8:10]Constant protein makes cells grow, and this includes cancer.
[9:10] Branch Chain Amino Acids. BCAA. They increase energy and muscle mass, but there are side effects. More is not always better.
[10:30] When you are not pulling out the Senescent cells, you don’t clean up and detox well. Your lifespan can actually decrease. Valter Longo study. Some do not have IGF1 so they do not get cancer.
[12:35] If you have Type 2, you have too much. You need to get rid of carbs.
[14:25] 610 Reset gives you an empty stomach at night, taking out all of the toxins at night. You’re anabolic! During the day you are catabolic and you go to bed to become anabolic. Catabolic and Anabolic need to be separate so that you do not develop cancer.
[16:25] The best diet for the general population is a vegetable based vegan diet. Whole Foods.
[21:25] As far as length of life, eating meat was equivalent to smoking cigarettes, in this study.
[23:00] Your overall risk of dying increases as you lower your cholesterol.
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[25:30] Dr. Saunders Dial A doc number to get set up: 805-688-7171
[30:50] Anything you take in too much of, will make you toxic. Too much of anything leads to toxicity.
[34:30] Vitamin D does not prevent you from getting the flu or the Coronavirus, but you will have a mild illness instead of a severe illness. Vitamin D also helps you to be more sensitive to insulin.
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[37:00] Vitamin K & D2.
Questions & Answers:
[39:20] How much protein should we have in our diet, Diabetes Solution Kit phases, How much fat and carbs should we have, Should we eat oils, Cortizone & Cortisol, Which products should I start with, Can you take too much D3, Are eggs a good source of protein, loss of muscle mass, are multi-day fasts better than intermittent fasting.
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