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Jan 12, 2018

Think back to a time when you felt physically unstoppable – when you were in peak shape. How did it feel to have that kind of energy? What did it feel like to be on the top of your game? And what if I told you that you could feel like that every single day?

In this episode of the Tony Robbins Podcast, your host, Ana Yoerg, is joined by renowned medical expert, Dr. Mark Hyman.

Dr. Hyman is a practicing family physician, a 10-time #1 New York Times best-selling author, and an internationally recognized leader, speaker, educator, and advocate in his field. He is a guest speaker at Tony’s Unleash the Power Within event. And he is the Director of the Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine, and the founder and medical director of The Ultra Wellness Center, which has a 30,000 person waiting list.

You may have already read some of his works -- his books include The 10-Day Detox Diet, Eat Fat Get Thin and The Blood Sugar Solution. He is also a medical editor at The Huffington Post, has been featured on CBS This Morning, the Today Show, Good Morning America, CNN, The View and The Dr. Oz Show. He also just released a new docuseries called Broken Brain, which premiered in October and will be available again on January 17, 2018. To watch all 8 episodes, go to BrokenBrain.com.

2 Comments
  • almost two days ago
    Robert K Walker
    Is fat good or bad when it comes to obesity and diabetes?
    Dr. Anthony Lim recently told the iThrive series, “Rising from the Depths of Diabetes and Obesity (https://goo.gl/pJrZSi ),

    Dr. Lim is a highly respected authority in the field. However, let’s examine the analogy more closely.
    1. It’s certainly true that the “standard American diet” is really very bad for us (and that it’s now being exported to the developing countries to help increase the profits of U.S.-based companies). However, that certainly doesn’t mean that all animal and saturated fat and protein should be avoided like the plague!
    2. There’s a big difference between dietary fat and the fat in the body. We need to burn up body fat, not avoid all dietary fat.
    3. There are good and bad dietary fats, and there has been a lot of confusion and misinformation about this.
    Dr. Mark Human, MD, director of the Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine (https://goo.gl/wYySU2) lists 15 surprising scientific facts about fat and diet, supported by good quality recent research studies; two concern diabetes specifically:
    • Dietary fat speeds up your metabolism, reduces your hunger, and stimulates fat burning.
    • Dietary fat helps you reduce your overall calorie intake, not increase it.
    • Dietary fat, and saturated fat specifically, does not cause heart disease.
    • Dietary fat raises the good kind of LDL (light, fluffy LDL) and raises HDL (the “good” cholesterol).
    • Diets higher in fat promote more weight loss than diets high in carbs, and they are easier to stick to.
    • Dietary fat reduces inflammation, risk for clotting, and all heart disease risk factors.
    • Dietary fat improves blood vessel health.
    • Dietary fat improves brain function and mood and helps prevent dementia.
    • Diets very high in fat and low in carbs can reverse type 2 diabetes.
    • Vegetable oils (such as soy, corn, sunflower, safflower) are harmful; they create inflammation and oxidize or make your cholesterol rancid, making it more likely to cause heart disease.
    • Excess carbs stimulate your appetite and belly fat storage and slow your metabolism.
    • Carbohydrates turn on the fat production factory in your liver (called lipogenesis), causing high cholesterol and high triglycerides while lowering the good cholesterol (HDL) and creating small, dense, dangerous heart-disease-causing LDL particles.
    • Sugar and refined carbs – not fat – are responsible for the epidemic of obesity, type 2 diabetes, and heart disease and the increased risk of dementia and premature deaths.
    Dr. Lim and the other experts interviewed by iThrive are in agreement with Dr. Hyman that we need to adopt a largely plant-based diet, but they generally seem to think it’s essential to be purely vegan, avoiding all animal products.
    In my opinion, the important thing is to eat real food, avoiding modern processed and fast foods. There are advantages and disadvantages to being pure vegan, which are discussed in other posts.
    I recommend both products, but Dr. Hyman’s book is throughly documented (which wouldn’t have been possible in interviews). I find his arguments very convincing.
    To check out his “Eat Fat Get Thin” book and program and receive your free report, please access app.mobileoptin.com/c6882/hyman
    www.realfood4healthandweightloss.com
  • over two days ago
    Jenni
    Hi Jenni,
    Thought you’d find this interesting.