High Intensity Health Radio with Mike Mutzel
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High Intensity Health features breakthrough health tips and hacks from respected leaders in the Fitness, Nutrition and Functional Medicine fields. Our expert guests have shared insider information that has helped thousands of Moms, Dads, Executives, Health-Care Professionals and High-Performing Athletes optimize their metabolism, belly fat, leaky gut, gut bacteria, immune system, sex life, both physical and mental performance and overall health. No matter where you sit on the health and nutrition spectrum, you’ll benefit from our cutting-edge discussions, 3-days per week.
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#160: Alessandro Ferretti- Time-Restricted Eating, Sleep and Ketosis
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Welcome to episode #160 with Alessandro Ferretti, Dip ION, mBANT. Alessandro is a leading nutritionist in the UK and shared his latest findings in the realm of time-restricted feeding, ketogenic diet applications and using nutrients to rebalance circadian rhythms. This interview is jam-packed with nuggets; so be sure to get and pen and paper out. Watch the full interview and check out the show notes page: http://highintensityhealth.com/time-restricted-feeding View related interviews on YouTube: https://youtu.be/MQpsFTVAqpA?list=PL0ovt_TbvVmYvrI48Tzs1vhe4o2eUn8qU NOTE: Our usual videographer, Sam couldn't be live in San Diego for this one, so we had a substitute...and thus the audio quality is not what you may be used to. I sincerely apologize for this, and hope you can still catch some of the many takeaways. Here are some key takeaways: 02:04Time Restricted Feeding: There are different styles. Some of us use stimulants with fats. The best results come from abstaining from ingesting anything of caloric value during fasting. It instigates different glucose regulations and ketone readings. There is also alternate day fasting (a full 24 hrs). The more fat adapted you become and the more regular your ketones in both breath and blood, the stronger the correlation to a sustained increased HRV (heartrate variability), 05:10 Secondary Benefits of Ketones: Ketones are signaling molecules, not just substitutions for macronutrients or energy substrates. Ketones effect metabolic and inflammatory signatures, contributing to an increase in HRV. Beta-hydroxybutyrate and acetyl acetate promotes epigenetic control, mitochondrial protection, and histone acetylation function, reducing free radical damage to mitochondria. 07:16 Inflammation and Exercise: 13:17 Glycogen Storage and Keto Adaptation: The benefits of being a fat adapted person will stay, even when glycogen stores are tapped. 16:36 Inflammatory Proteins and Postworkout Recovery: Casein is often recommended at certain amounts at certain times of the day. Inflammatory proteins, post workout, stimulate more inflammation to shorten the time it takes to create new tissue. 17:11 Post Workout Nutrition and Glycogen Replenishment: We have been taught that we need protein and carbs to spike g