THE MORNING SHOW

with
Patrick Timpone

 

Dr. Ray Peat, Ph.D

Renowned Nutritional Counselor

 

Show Highlights:

-Patients are very smart; oftentimes the patient knows more about what’s going on with their bodies

-Are blood pressure readings really important?

-What causes premature aging when eating a diet of ‘high meat’ like the Eskimos?

-The benefits of eating cooked greens; raw vegetables are too difficult to digest, but there are those who do well with them

-Dr. Peat says ‘yes’ to raw carrots

-Cooked potatoes are a source of good fiber; what does Dr. Peat have to say about the sugar in them?

-The fat is key with starches

-What about grains? Are they ever beneficial?

-Carbohydrates should be eaten with some kind of protein

-The problem with a pure meat diet

-What are some foods to help to keep the blood sugar stable?

-The problem with PUFAs(Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids)

-What’s the safest way to lose weight?

-Why are milk drinkers the least likely group to be fat?

-The best high calcium high protein

-Why does Ray Peat always suggest drinking orange juice and milk? But what about the high sugar content? Dr. Peat explains

-Are there any reliable solutions for reducing lipomas?

-Sugar and hot flashes

-Training your brain to hang onto more carbon dioxide and lowering blood pressure by breathing into a bad

-Are there any foods to facilitate getting a better nights sleep?

-What does cloudy urine indicate?

-Burning sugar vs. burning ketones

-Dr. Peat comments on the Budwig Diet

-Why we don’t need mineral transporters

-Do you have to take extra Lugols when taking sulfur? Dr. Peat talks overdoing the idione and thyroid disease

-Suggestions for getting rid of uterine fibroids

-Indicators of a low thyroid

-Thyroid blocking foods; Thyroid boosting foods

-Ray Peat gives his opinion of the Ketogenic Diet, bullet proof coffee and refined bleached coconut oil

-Healing from radiation from cancer therapy

-Good ways to test for food allergies

-How high estrogen weakens the walls of the veins causing varicose veins

-The problems of stress: Learned helplessness and learned despair

-Underlying causes of allergies after eating a meal

-How unsaturated fats are a problem in Diabetes

-Dealing with ongoing issues with acne; what could be contributing to this problem?

-A listener wants to know about usisng niacin and far infra red saunas for rosacea

-Many, many other questions are addressed which are not listed

and so much more!

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'Dr. Ray Peat, Ph.D – Answering a Plethora of Questions Regarding Health, Diet and Nutrition – January 1, 2014' have 8 comments

  1. January 5, 2014 @ 6:36 pm Donna NYC

    Great podcast – thank you. I really respect the research Dr. Peat has done & focus on treating people as individuals. I think we sometimes make decisions based on what we think things should be instead of looking at the evidence. I learned some really great stuff!

    Reply

  2. January 23, 2014 @ 3:32 pm rosemary

    Thank you for hosting Dr. Peat! Hope he comes back again and again.

    Reply

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  4. February 12, 2014 @ 3:35 am mike

    no casein protein for me it causes cancer !
    don’t take man made vitamins or oils its all a scam ! just like big pharma ! save your money to by organic raw food ! eat raw food ! don’t eat eggs or dairy , red meat or any oils ..
    you want to be healthy read ; The China Study is a book by T. Colin Campbell .
    Dr Esselstyn says no oil. Oil molecules get into the blood vessels and scratch the endophilia, chlesterol patches the inflamation thus restricting blood flow .

    Reply

    • February 24, 2014 @ 4:34 am buzz

      Was this part of the presentation, or just you promoting another agenda? Dr. Peat speaks favorably of coconut oil.

      Reply

    • February 24, 2014 @ 4:37 am buzz

      Was this mentioned in the podcast or are you trying to insert your uninformed personal agenda?

      Reply

    • February 26, 2014 @ 10:24 pm Spokey

      In the interests of helping another human being. T. Colin Campbell ruined his own reputation by being seriously bad at statistics.

      You should read this then you will be better informed to draw your own conclusions.
      http://rawfoodsos.com/2010/07/07/the-china-study-fact-or-fallac/

      Win.

      Reply

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    […] wasn’t until I heard a podcast by Ray Peat, released a few days later on 1/1/14, that the pieces of the puzzle started coming together.  When […]

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