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    • Enhancing Health and Longevity through Superfoods and SupplementsOptimal levels of nutrients and phytochemicals are difficult to obtain through diet alone. Including superfoods and recommended supplements can promote overall health and longevity by providing essential nutrients and addressing underlying causes.

      Our modern food supply is no longer nutrient-rich or phytochemical-rich due to changes in farming practices. Therefore, it is impossible to obtain optimal levels of nutrients and phytochemicals solely through diet. To promote longevity and overall health, it is important to take advantage of superfoods and supplements that can provide the essential nutrients our bodies need. Foundational supplements such as high-potency multivitamins and minerals, Vitamin D3, pharmaceutical-grade fish oils, and plant-based broad spectrum antioxidants are highly recommended. These supplements have shown significant benefits and are backed by scientific research. Additionally, the inclusion of quercetin, a flavonoid that activates the longevity gene and helps regenerate NAD+ levels, can also have positive effects on health and longevity. By addressing underlying causes and ensuring adequate nutrient intake, we can strive for thriving health instead of just getting by.

    • Enhancing Mitochondrial Function for LongevityIncorporating compounds such as pQQ and ergothioneine into our diet and supplements may improve mitochondrial function, boost energy production, and potentially contribute to overall health and longevity.

      Focusing on compounds that help improve mitochondrial function can enhance our energy production and potentially contribute to longevity. Our mitochondria, the energy-producing compartments of our cells, require B vitamins, coenzyme Q10, and protective agents to function properly. These compounds not only support energy production but also protect against damage caused by pro-oxidants. Two notable compounds discussed are pQQ and ergothioneine, which are powerful antioxidants and play a crucial role in mitochondrial function. pQQ has been shown to have a high catalytic conversion rate and is concentrated in the mitochondria due to its ability to protect against damage during energy production. Meanwhile, ergothioneine, found in plants like golden seal, has shown multiple health benefits such as lowering cholesterol, blood pressure, and blood glucose levels. Both pQQ and ergothioneine activate AMPK, a crucial longevity switch that regulates various pathways associated with aging. Thus, considering these compounds in our dietary and supplement choices may contribute to overall health and longevity.

    • Harnessing the Power of Natural Compounds for Better HealthPlant compounds like berberine offer potential benefits for gut health and overall well-being, surpassing the limitations and side effects of conventional drugs. Exploring natural remedies could lead to better longevity and treatment of common health issues.

      Natural compounds, such as Nerf and Flavonoids, can activate important cellular targets and improve mitochondrial function. These compounds, like berberine, can even have better effects than drugs like Metformin. Berberine, for example, not only affects the microbiome in a healthy way but also promotes the growth of health-promoting bacteria like akkermansia eosinophilia which helps improve gut health. On the other hand, Metformin may cause digestive problems and have questionable benefits. Therefore, exploring natural plant compounds may be a better approach for longevity and overall health. The plant kingdom could hold the key to finding effective remedies for various health issues like leaky gut, diabetes, fatty liver disease, and systemic inflammation.

    • Harnessing the Power of Natural CompoundsNatural compounds found in plants, like curcumin, can positively impact multiple pathways in the body, providing significant health benefits without the side effects of traditional drugs. Restoring the symbiotic relationship between plants and soil microbiomes enhances nutrient density and phytochemical richness for better health outcomes.

      Natural compounds found in plants have the potential to provide significant health benefits without the side effects associated with traditional drugs. Researchers, like Mark Hyman, have discovered that these compounds, such as curcumin, can impact multiple pathways in the body, including those related to inflammation. Unlike drugs that typically target only one or two enzymes, natural compounds can have pleiotropic effects, impacting various activators of inflammation and other health processes. Furthermore, this conversation highlights the importance of the symbiotic relationship between plants and soil microbiomes. By restoring and maintaining this relationship, plants can regain their nutrient density and phytochemical richness, which positively affect both human and animal health. Embracing nature's technology can lead to healthier and more sustainable outcomes.

    • Reconnecting with Nature for Healthier Food ChoicesGrowing our own gardens and consuming fresh, phytochemical-rich produce helps us reconnect with nature, harness the power of food as medicine, and support our overall well-being.

      Plants naturally produce phytochemicals, which act as their defense mechanism and provide numerous health benefits. However, human intervention and breeding have depleted the natural abilities of plants, leading to the need for genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and external interventions like herbicides and fertilizers. This has caused a loss of phytochemical richness in our food supply. The conversation emphasizes the importance of reconnecting with nature by growing our own gardens and consuming fresh, phytochemical-rich produce. These phytochemicals play a crucial role in promoting health and regulating various bodily functions. It highlights the complexity of plant compounds and the incredible ability of our bodies to utilize and benefit from them. By embracing phytochemical-rich foods, we can harness the power of food as medicine and support our overall well-being.

    • The Loss of Phytochemical Richness in Agriculture: Impacts on Health and the Environment.Shifting towards regenerative practices can improve both human health and the environment by restoring phytochemical richness in our diets and regenerating ecosystems.

      Our current agricultural system and food practices have led to a loss of phytochemical richness in our diets, causing detrimental effects on human health and the environment. By breeding plants to remove natural compounds, we have disrupted the delicate interrelationship between plants, animals, and soil. This has resulted in the need for extensive agrichemical and industrial inputs to compensate for the lack of phytochemicals. The green revolution, aimed at increasing food production, has unintentionally damaged the soil, leading to the loss of land, biodiversity, and food quality. In addition, synthetic fertilizers and pesticides have further harmed soil organisms and polluted the environment. It is crucial to shift towards regenerative practices that focus on regenerating ecosystems, soil, and phytochemical-rich foods to improve human health and restore ecological balance.

    • Understanding Our Body's Natural Instincts in Food ChoiceOur bodies have a natural intelligence in selecting the right nutrient-rich foods for optimal health, emphasizing the importance of varied diets and listening to our body's signals.

      Humans have a disconnection from our food supply and the kinds of foods that help us maintain our nutritional wisdom. The study discussed in the conversation reveals that when given the freedom to choose their own meals, both children and animals instinctively select foods that meet their specific nutritional needs. This demonstrates that our bodies have an innate intelligence when it comes to selecting the right combination of foods for optimal health. The study also highlights the importance of a varied diet, as no two individuals chose the same combination of foods and their preferences changed from day to day. This suggests that listening to our body's signals and choosing nutrient-rich foods can lead to better health outcomes.

    • The importance of food choices for our health and well-beingBy making wholesome choices and listening to our bodies' nutritional needs, we can improve our overall health and well-being by consuming whole foods rich in phytochemicals.

      Our food choices play a significant role in our overall health. The quality of our diet directly impacts our well-being, and consuming ultra-processed foods can lead to negative consequences. By providing wholesome choices and ensuring that our food is grown under optimal conditions, we can express our nutritional wisdom. It's important to remember that our bodies naturally know what nutrients they need, and by listening to our nutritional needs, we can make better food choices. Additionally, flavor and nutrient needs are interconnected, and consuming whole foods rich in phytochemicals can enhance our eating experience. By understanding the relationship between our diet, flavor, and nutritional needs, we can reclaim control over our health and well-being.

    • The impact of food choices on our health and well-being.Choosing nutrient-dense foods over ultra-processed foods is crucial for our health, as our natural inclinations for nourishing foods are often overridden by artificial flavors and the decline in soil health. Prioritizing nutrient-dense foods can help regenerate the earth's ecosystems.

      Our food choices play a crucial role in our overall health and well-being. Just like animals eat straw for energy despite its lack of nutrition, humans often consume ultra-processed foods that are high in energy but low in nutritional value. The food industry has mastered the art of adding artificial flavors to these foods to create cravings and hijack our brain chemistry. This has led to a disconnect between our natural inclinations to eat nourishing foods and our tendency to choose foods associated with artificial flavors. Additionally, the decline in nutrient levels in common foods can be attributed to the destruction of soil health through agricultural practices. To reverse this trend, it is essential to prioritize nutrient-dense foods and work towards regenerating the earth's ecosystems.

    • Aligning with Life's Natural Flow for FlourishingEmpower individuals to assess food quality themselves, support farmers prioritizing nutrient density, and focus on the present variation and quality rather than comparing to the past.

      Life is the dominant reality, and being in tune with it leads to flourishing. Mark Hyman emphasizes the importance of not treating life as a mechanistic system and instead aligning ourselves with its natural flow. When it comes to buying nutrient-dense food, there are challenges, such as the lack of a clear definition. However, one strategy is to empower individuals to test and determine the quality of food themselves, rather than relying solely on labels or marketing. Additionally, understanding the variation within food and correlating it with environmental conditions and management practices is crucial. Supporting farmers who prioritize nutrient density can drive a shift towards healthier food choices. While there may be a decrease in nutrient density over time, focusing on the variation and quality of food is more important than comparing it to the past.

    • Understanding the Variations in Nutrient Content in FoodThe quality of our food greatly impacts our nutrition, with significant differences in nutrient content among crops. It is crucial to consider factors like farming methods and growing conditions to ensure nutrient-rich food.

      The quality of our food varies significantly, and this has a direct impact on our nutrition. The speaker discusses the variations in nutrient content among different crops, highlighting the staggering differences in elements like calcium, potassium, zinc, iron, antioxidants, and polyphenols. These variations can range from 300% to 1800% in some cases. The conversation emphasizes the importance of understanding how our food is grown, where it is grown, and the conditions in which it is cultivated, as these factors significantly affect the quality of nutrients in the plants. The use of spectroscopy technology allows for a better understanding of the composition of food by analyzing the light reflected from the crops. However, this technology is in its early stages and not yet widely available.

    • Assessing Food Quality with Nutrient Density AnalysisA new system allows consumers to easily determine the nutrient quality of their food, empowering them to make informed choices and driving improvements in the food industry.

      There has been progress in developing a system that allows consumers to easily assess the quality of their food. By using a device that analyzes the nutrient density of fruits and vegetables, consumers can now see whether their food falls within the bottom 25%, middle 50%, or top 25% in terms of quality. This system aims to empower consumers to make informed choices about their food and drive changes in the food supply chain. The goal is to create a standard that anyone can use and understand, ensuring transparency and integrity in the food industry. By giving consumers the power to assess the quality of their food, it is hoped that demand for better quality food will increase.

    • The Impact of Regenerative Farming on Nutrient Density in VegetablesRegenerative farming practices, such as avoiding pesticides and herbicides and nurturing soil microbiological life, can significantly increase the nutrient density of vegetables, leading to healthier and more nutritious food.

      There is early data showing a significant difference in nutrient density between organically grown vegetables and conventionally grown vegetables. According to the Vegetable Systems Trial at Rodale Institute, regeneratively grown carrots showed a higher percentage of phytonutrients compared to conventionally grown carrots. The study aims to continue for several decades to further explore the differences in nutrient density. The hypothesis is that the treatment of the soil, including cover crops and avoiding pesticides and herbicides, plays a crucial role in the plant's ability to uptake nutrients. The soil's microbiological life is essential for nutrient absorption, and practices that harm this life, such as pesticide use, can negatively impact nutrient density. Overall, this conversation highlights the importance of healthy soil and regenerative farming practices in producing more nutritious food.

    • The Importance of Nutrient-Dense Foods and the Role of Regenerative AgricultureShifting our focus towards producing high-quality, nutrient-dense foods through regenerative agriculture is crucial for improving our food system and promoting health.

      The quality and nutrient density of our food is crucial for maintaining healthy humans. Conventional farming practices have resulted in depleted soils and crops that lack essential nutrients, leading to widespread nutritional deficiencies. Wild and organic plants contain significantly higher levels of phytonutrients and minerals compared to their conventional counterparts. Regenerative agriculture takes this a step further by promoting healthy soil, which in turn supports the growth of nutrient-rich plants. Our current agricultural system prioritizes commodity crops bred for yield and starch rather than nutrient density. To improve our food system and promote health, the focus should shift towards producing high-quality, nutrient-dense foods. The depletion of vital compounds like ergothioneine in our diets underscores the urgent need for this change.

    • The impact of modern farming practices on food variety, nutrient density, and human healthModern farming practices have resulted in a decrease in food variety and nutrient density, as well as an increase in pesticide use and associated health risks. Prioritizing nutrient density, sustainability, and well-being is essential for a healthier agricultural system.

      The modern farming practices have led to a decrease in the variety and nutrient density of our food. Mark Hyman highlights how hunter-gatherers used to consume over 800 different species of plants, whereas today we are left with only a handful due to the breeding of homogenous and shelf-stable crops. Additionally, the use of chemical pesticides in conventional agriculture has been linked to various chronic illnesses and a rise in cancer rates. While some argue that organic foods do not offer significant health benefits, studies have shown lower levels of pesticides in the bodies of people who consume organic foods, as well as a potential reduction in cancer risk. Therefore, it is important to design an agricultural system that prioritizes nutrient density, environmental sustainability, and human well-being.

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    112: Probiotics, Prebiotics, and Synbiotics and Gut Health

    112: Probiotics, Prebiotics, and Synbiotics and Gut Health

    Why should you want to know about probiotics, prebiotics, and synbiotics? What are these Big Little Things? That’s what we talk about today on this Spa Skin and Beauty episode!

     

    How Probiotics, Prebiotics, and Synbiotics can impact your health in a BIG Way by making LITTLE changes! Obviously, we love the show Big Little Lies - You are welcome!

    As a master esthetician, I tell you all about the importance of probiotics, prebiotics, and symbiotics in relation to your skin and your gut health with its microbiome.

     

    Have fun learning with us sisters and improve your skin health today with probiotics, prebiotics, and synbiotics!

     

    Beauty Smiles from your favorite spa sisters,

    Lindsey & Ashley

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    With over 13 years of experience being both a licensed esthetician and owning her own spa with her skin-obsessed sis and researcher Ashley working right beside her! Let’s listen to these sisters' thoughts, facts, opinions, and advice on skincare and ways to optimize your health!

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    Moon Mining and the Microbiome with Naveen Jain, Founder of Viome

    Moon Mining and the Microbiome with Naveen Jain, Founder of Viome

    In this episode, we sit down with Naveen Jain, Founder of Viome.

    Naveen is an entrepreneur and philanthropist who is driven to solve the world's biggest challenges through innovation. His company Viome is on a mission to help people understand what they uniquely need to be healthy through at-home health kits and precise food and supplement recommendations.

    In this episode, we talk to Naveen about everything from the science and consumer safety behind Viome to their newest test kits that take your biological age and mitochondrial health into account. We also nerd out about Naveen's passion project: The Moon!


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