🔴Live #MHS2019 Cardiology & Ketones, Cholesterol & Hormones

🔴Live #MHS2019 Cardiology & Ketones, Cholesterol & Hormones

🔴Live #MHS2019 Cardiology & Ketones, Cholesterol & Hormones

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Okay hi it's dr. Bosman and I am doing one more live back-to-back because last night after the cancer talk it was too chaotic and there wasn't enough space or time to find a quiet moment actually one of the coolest things that's happened is I talk about all the time how hard being on YouTube is because my audience is missing like you're talking to yourself.

Really I know there's these people out there and you can see their comments but you know sometimes you wonder did you make a difference in any of the stuff that you've said so it's been really great that over the last few days I've had pain patients people could come up to me and say hey I know you from YouTube and here's what you taught me so.

One of them actually brought me a very very cool gift from her town in her hometown in Mexico and just said know what you've inspired me you've helped the health of my son who's lost weight and you've helped I helped the help of her and you know it's one of those places where I guess I don't need compliments to keep going but it sure is.

Reassuring to hear that it is making a difference and there are people out there so much it's kind of like my my room got to come alive all right so I have some notes here I can't quite find oh my other phone I'm gonna find them all right so this is the cardiology section I'm really it is a place where in.

Medicine this is probably when I get my patients asking me about the most and is what about heart disease what about heart disease and if you haven't followed me on instagram there are a couple really good clips that I put like two minutes on video you cannot find these notes hold on anyway go to instagram on instagram you'll find that.

The there was a clip by diet doctor diamond I know this is live but I really want to find this image because it's gonna make here we go okay so I have I've had this question from patients probably more than anything else is the cardiology questions on what about my cholesterol what about my cholesterol so the lectures over the last few hours.

Were about hormones about cholesterol and about some of the questions that I just think you cannot clip it so quickly you can't just smash out here's the right answer here's what you need to know but one of the lecturers dr. David diamond and he's a PhD who like many of the originals who keep teaching me they had struggles with their own health and.

Then they were able to access the information online and they bio hacked or understood what it is that that happened to their own systems and he gives this unbelievable lecture it's the third time I've seen the lecture and I still hold my breath every time he's about to give the punch line because it's incredibly embarrassing how the.

Advertising was manipulated in the world of statins so I'm gonna do a couple things that that's women and this video is to go to his stuff but I'm gonna start with first there was another primary care physician dr. nalli and if you listen to the podcast with Jimmy Moore he was the physician who's in primary.

Care I believe it's in Arizona and does a great job of educating some of the bread-and-butter basics every day here's how we handle these questions and he had a great slide on all the things that insulin does because we get told oh you're demonizing insulin insulin is terrible you shouldn't demonize insulin and he had this great slide I'm just.

Gonna list for you several of the things that he talked about that yes insulin does help sugar get into the cell but we have way too much of it in our lives today and the amazing consequences are so underreported to patients so here's some things insulin guts it is a growth factor it increases your insulin or it increases your.

Inflammation it increases your weight gain it is a growth factor it decreases testosterone in men and increases testosterone in women it decreases estrogen in women and increases estrogen in men again backwards those are some of the things as insulin does it increases the TSH by promoting the antibodies that attack the thyroid it increases free.

Radicals insulin increases free radicals and if you don't know what that is that's where the kind of a little electron goes haywire and it goes off and it hurts other cells it hurts DNA it it breaks healthy cells and makes them weaker so insulin does that insulin increases your triglycerides increases it increases the small dense LDLs which.

Are the gnarliest of the cholesterol it increases your uric acid which is again several times in this lecture in this conference uric acid continues to be shown as one of the predictors of poor health if your uric acid is above five and should be less it is you should be uric acid needs to be low in patience insulin increases your gasolin in.

Insulin increases blood pressure in this one increases your weight so again we look at a lot about insulin wha I'm doing the educating because it's such an important part they talked about have you checked your insulin and I wish I could have had the microphone to say no just go check your blood sugar and your blood ketones and divide those it's a.

Really good marker for predicting your own insulin and then you don't just get it checked once you can check it at your home you can check it after you have stevia to say does your body produce insulin from stevia I don't know check the research was done on a different population of people so is that gonna correlate to you I don't know.

Look that's a really great way to use that ratio of your blood sugar and your blood ketones divide the two if you don't know about that um I have several videos on that alright so then that was really great lecture on one of the primary care hormone issues that happen when people are low on are overweight when they have chronically high insulin.

And what happens to them and then how many of those symptoms get better when they've been on the ketogenic diet and how long it takes for those symptoms to improve but then we got to one of my favorite favorite favorite people again I've watched his lectures on YouTube I've seen him live two years ago here as the metabolic conference and he.

Is they're really great it gives a really great lecture on on statins and if you haven't gone over to Instagram I clipped a couple of my favorite moments where he he says if you want to see what they did with the data and they use something called relative risk instead of total risk and they totally duped all of us including me as a physician I can.

Remember getting hand and these statistics by the drug rep saying look my statin lowers the risk of heart disease look at how well it did that by 30% you need to have your patients on this and I made the same mistake lots of doctors did I didn't slow down and read the data as critically as I should have.

And the masses have all produced a blockbuster medicine called the statin and just as last week while I'm out here in California one of my patients labs came back and she got them on her on her portal and she's all worried because her total cholesterol and her LDL cholesterol are up and yet she's lost weight and she is doing better and her.

And her brain is clearer and her energy is better and she's worried like doc these LDL cholesterol is higher my total cholesterol is higher aren't I in trouble and he does a you know the answer is no no look at the overall health your blood pressure is better your insulin is lower your inflammatory markers are better you're continuing to.

Lose weight and you feel better these LDL cholesterol and total cholesterol markers are not the predictors of heart disease that you've been promised and this is why in the past you see me talk about lots of different topics but the cholesterol and heart disease it's not a flash in the pan it does take some understanding to.

Say when you go on a ketogenic diet you have increased fat the increased fat is going to increase your cholesterol don't look for a while don't look until you're feeling better and those are really powerful statements to say as a physician because once you see that cholesterol that's higher now we have to say people get scared for 20 years.

They've been told lower that cholesterol lower that cholesterol and unfortunately that once it's on paper it somehow becomes like oh my goodness as the physician am I going to get in trouble because I didn't write a statin and the answer is maybe so by not looking and saying no your blood pressure's better you're losing weight your body's in.

Transition there are so many things that predict heart disease that aren't cholesterol and that wasn't my favorite slides and again it's on Instagram if you want to go see the slide but here are some months if you look at the predictors of heart disease here are the most important ones obesity or metabolic syndrome which is that high insulin.

State we were just talking about high blood pressure that is a predictor of heart disease your LP little-a which is a marker or a carrier which increases your risks of clotting actually with and that leads to the increased risk of heart disease your type 2 diabetes the risk of type 2 diabetes is one of the predictors of.

Heart disease advanced age is a predictor of heart disease bacterial infections are a predictor of heart disease if you have the familial high cholesterol familial hypercholesterolemia that's a predictor of heart disease if you have stress chronic stress is a very big predictor of heart disease.

Smoking is a predictor of heart disease inflammation is a predictor of heart disease and then high triglycerides are a predictor of heart disease now I'm just gonna quickly go through which things get better with a ketogenic diet and that is the inflammation gets better your triglycerides get better the metabolic syndrome gets better.

Your your risk for type 2 diabetes gets lower with those markers improving your LP little-a that's that marker for heart disease and clotting that gets better and high blood pressure gets better you can't predict you can't change your age that's the only way is to go six feet under you can't if you have the genetics vote for a familial hypercholesterolemia.

You're still gonna have that bacterial infections are another topic altogether a psychological stress your body should be sleeping better it is very powerful how much you can reduce stress the ketogenic diet isn't gonna say help that per se but they do sleep better when they're on a ketogenic diet and smoking so that doesn't change I have a patient.

Who smokes as I told her the other day well smoking is still keto we'll talk about that later but the point I'm making is that the cardiology section of this is something that even though I've understood this and it is very refreshing to hear
🔴Live #MHS2019 Cardiology & Ketones, Cholesterol & Hormones
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