These 5 Foods Cause Inflammation (and weight gain)
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you can get a handle on inflammation in your body if you just have the knowledge I won’t waste a whole lot of time telling you how bad inflammation is but it’s bad okay it is the root of all chronic disease it is the root of why you might be in pain is the root of why you might be sleeping badly it is terrible stuff so why not just get right to the drast axe to figure out what the most inflammatory foods are because we can add all kinds of anti-inflammatory components and that’s great I’ve done videos on that okay but what about removing the most inflammatory things so without further ado let’s dive in now I do want to make sure you hit that red subscribe button hit that little bell icon so you can turn on notifications so you never miss my videos just about every single day all right the first one believe it or not is fructose you would think that it’s sugar right you would think that it’s straight-up table sugar or straight-up glucose but it’s fructose that’s the sugar that comes from fruit now does that mean that you should not consume fruit no okay depends if you’re doing keo or not but whatever the thing is is that fruit has at least enough in the way of antioxidants to sort of combat some of the negative by-product that you’re going to get from fructose but that’s not the point of this video what the heck is going on with fructose okay fructose has to get metabolized by the liver okay so it’s pretty hard on the body in the first place you can only handle a little bit at every point in time but the journal the American Society and the frolla G found something really intriguing okay they found that it increased a particular protein known as I cam 1 I see am one now it’s the job of this protein to bind to white blood cells that are flowing through the blood stream so this I cam 1 is elevated in blood vessel cells so here’s what this looks like white blood cells are flowing through the blood stream okay and fructose triggers this I cam 1 to be present and it’s the job of this I cam 1 to grab the white blood cells out of the blood stream just you know innocently traveling down and say hey we’re gonna start some inflammation and go to war it’s that simple the best analogy that I can give you is like the draft right you have a bunch of potential soldiers walking down the sidewalk right and then all of a sudden there’s someone from the government that’s just standing on the side of the street and they’re just they grab you and make you go to war I mean that’s obviously extreme but that’s the best way that I can describe how this I can one works and fructose elevates that significantly but there’s another study that puts things into a little bit more of a simple sense so this study was published in lipids and health and disease took a look at 14 subjects it was a randomized crossover study so they took 14 subjects they had them consumed either glucose sucrose or fructose and guess what out of those three fructose drove c-reactive protein levels the highest that is the cleanest simplest marker for inflammation within the body so weird to the wise high fructose corn syrup anything that’s gonna be concentrated fructose at all or just copious amounts of fruit be careful up alright now let’s talk about the next one which is one that you probably know is bad soybean oil okay soybean oil is just in everything these days and we can’t avoid it yes it’s a high omega-6 fatty acid and that’s definitely pro-inflammatory and not necessarily good but the journal nutrition and metabolism published an interesting study that found that we have an increase in chronic inflammatory disease that coincides directly with the increase in consumption of these omega sixes like soybean oil so how do you avoid this stuff well the good news is there’s all kinds of good healthy oils that are out there now so you don’t have to be relying on eating foods that are saturated in soybean oil okay I also want you to take a look at the little chart that’s on the screen right now okay this shows how much our soybean oil consumption has gone up over the last couple of decades look at that compared to some of these other oils the red line that’s soybean oil it’s freakin nuts now I will say really quick check out thrive market down below in the description if you want to if you want some alternatives to soybean oil like avocado oil stuff like that super easy to get there’s a link down below they’re an online membership based grocery store they sponsor a lot of videos on my channel so it’s a perfect place to give them a big shout out so after this video check them out down below in the description for some awesome stuff to load up your pantry the right way alright this next one is going to be well you’re gonna hate me for this yes overcooked meats now I’m a guy that eats a good amount of meat I’m not pretending to be anything that I’m not I eat a good amount of meat but overcooking your meats or processing them too much sends them totally out of the ballpark when it comes down to inflammatory levels you see it has to do with advanced glycation end-products AG es now realistically this number three should just be a GES but a GES are mostly going to be found in your overcooked meats and your processed meats now here’s what an a GE is it’s where you take like a protein or a lipid that got consumed right and it gets a glycated meaning it binds to a sugar for whatever reason and it basically caramelize –is if you ever caramelized an onion or anything like that especially what’s happening inside your body they caramelize they get bigger and bulky and they’re very Pro inflammatory and they’re one of the worst things that we can be consuming so when you overcook meats it chars them and it creates this advanced glycation in product it doesn’t mean that you cannot eat meat it just means that you need to just cook it right let me give you a simple example here with the process side of things if you look at a broiled hot dog that’s going to have about eleven thousand Killa units of advanced glycation end-products compare that to some fresh kosher salami which is still by all means process there’s only six hundred killer units right so it all depends on the quality and how it’s processed and the temperature at which it’s cooked now also take a look at bacon I love bacon by the way so don’t get me wrong yeah when you cook bacon in its own fat like you don’t add additional fat to it and you cook it at a high temperature to the point that it’s charred 91,000 kilo units of a GES holy cow so how do you reduce that well you cook it in like an avocado oil you may think that you’re adding extra calories by doing that but you’re not you’re gonna drain it off anyway put some avocado oil in the pan then put the bacon in and don’t cook it to being crispy cooking it too crispy may burn off more of the fat but trust me the couple calories that you save you’re going to end up reaping negatively when it comes back around because your body’s so inflamed so cook a little bit softly and you’ll be better off before I move on to the next I also want you to take a look at the little chart that’s down below okay if you look at meat when it’s raw look at how low the ag’s are and then look at it when it’s cooked okay that’s pretty significant now look at it when it’s cooked if you have lemon juice added to it so if you marinate in lemon juice you can combat some of the agas so this is just a little helpful tip next one is one that you’re gonna hate me for – alcohol all right I don’t need to spend a lot of time on this you know that alcohols not good okay moderation is key but if you have more than a couple of drinks you do radically disrupt your gut biome and when you radically disrupt your gut biome that leads to a leaky gut which means that lipopolysaccharides and these other things that trigger inflammation flow through the bloodstream they throw through the gut into the bloodstream and trigger inflammation entirely chronically systemically throughout your body the next one is gluten now there’s gonna be those of you that are out there they say well I don’t have celiac so I who cares gluten is not an issue well the fact of the matter is is that there are a lot of weird mysterious links between gluten and inflammation within the body now I have a personal vendetta against gluten because my wife suffer from autoimmune conditions he suffered from thyroid disease an autoimmune capacity and it did not heal until gluten was removed from the diet now based on that we started diving into a lot of research and we did find there are some links between gluten and tpo antibodies and different inflammatory response it has to do with a protein that’s elevated in the body when you consume gluten known as Zhaan Yulin which literally triggers a leaky gut it does cause that to occur so that means that gluten indirectly is triggering a cascade of inflammation throughout the body now there’s an interesting TED talk that I saw from a guy named dr. Ford and he found that in 80% of the children that he worked with that had inflammatory conditions without celiac disease in 80% of these children when they remove gluten from the equation they got better and these were children without celiac so they were suffering from autoimmune conditions they’re suffering from inflammatory conditions and they improved then there’s another doctor dr. Fasano out of Massachusetts General Hospital that has an interesting lecture that’ll also linked down below that talks about how gluten triggers an inflammatory response in 100% of the patients that she experimented like basically a hundred percent of people that consume gluten are going to have an inflammatory response again somewhat non concrete answers because they’re all moving pieces but there is a link there and it has to do with how much gluten we consume compared to what we used to consume we are developing in tolerances to it even if we are not suffering from celiac disease so anyhow there you go you eliminate these or reduce these things and you’re going to be in a much better position to actually add the anti-inflammatory components to your diet so you can get healthier because I’ll tell you a little bit of avocado is not going to that a gallon of soybean oil so as always keep it locked in here in my channel thank you for watching and I’ll see you in the next video
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Inflammation is an essential part of our immune system, but too much inflammation activates stress pathways in our cells that are linked to various diseases, such as obesity, metabolic syndrome, diabetes, cancer, arthritis, cardiac disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and so much more…
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