The Mind Diet

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Longevity & Why I now eat One Meal a Day

Why has Nutrition been so complicated? This video tells the story about why 3 meals a day is unnecessary and how eating ONE meal a day can make being healthy much simpler. ▲Patreon: ▲Twitter: ( Bitcoin Donations: 1G8K61AS6bytBUcqNzzag7xuo6XJ6SCU7J ) [Had a lot of great questions so I made a FAQ!] [based on this blog post of mine▶︎ ] 0:00 - Our Complicated Health Environment 2:09 - How are Humans Supposed to Eat? 4:26 - Our Environment Chose How we Eat 6:06 - Why maintaining Blood Sugar is unnecessary & Harmful 8:26 - Ketosis, our Premium fuel source 10:10 - Health Benefits of Fasting 12:45 - My path to One Meal a Day Credits ■2:18 - Elon Musk interview with Kevin Rose ■3:00 - Michio Kaku interview with Big Think ■4:32 - Almazan's Kitchen for the awesome clip ■5:45 - Doug McGuff talk at 21 Convention in Florida ■8:15 - Peter Attia's TED talk ■11:14 - Mark Mattson's TEDx Talk Other credits: 10:15 - Artwork by Quotefancy What do I eat for my meal? Usually a variant of this: (This is from a year back - now I eat less meat, less eggs and less fruit [skip the carrot too]) Also, the gif makes it look like I eat a massive quantity of food, but it's simply showing "before preparation" and "after preparation" (the purple looking drink is simply the vegetables blended up) Most of my references are covered in the blog post above, if there is anything missing please let me know! Let go of the food pyramid. For business inquiries:

What is the real Mediterranean Diet? Part 1

Bill Bradley, Registered Dietitian and co-author of Foods of Crete: Traditional Recipes from the Healthiest People in the World talks about what people eat on the islands of the Mediterranean. Our website: Learn more about our 10 week on-line Mediterranean Diet and Lifestyle Program here:

Episode 199 - The MIND Diet with Dr. Martha Morris

The "MIND Diet" makes a strong claim in its very name. Is it the best nutritional strategy to prevent the onset of Alzheimer's Disease? Dr. Martha Morris explains. Click here to access the episode bookmarks at About Smart Drug Smarts Smart Drug Smarts is the leading podcast for people curious about brain health and optimization. Breakthroughs in neuroscience are leading to real-world applications -- including ways to make ourselves smarter. Smart Drug Smarts provides a wealth of information in a field where the possibilities are growing daily. Get more Smart Drug Smarts! Visit us at Get your weekly serving of Brain Breakfast - Subscribe to our podcast on iTunes: ...Stitcher: ...RSS:

Scientific Nutrition - the MIND Diet with Dr Martha Clare Morris

We finally have evidence for and Alzheimer's prevention diet and the best foods to eat to prevent alzheimer's.   We apologize for the recording sound quality of this episode.   Our guest this week, Dr Martha Clare Morris is the architect of the MIND Diet and a leader in the field of nutrition and the brain.   Dr Morris' team showed that the MIND Diet, a hybrid diet of the Mediterranean Diet + the DASH Diet.   To summarize the basic component of the MIND diet is:   Foods to Eat:   Green leafy vegetables (eg mixed greens, spinach and salads): At least six servings a week "Other" vegetables: At least one a day (eg squash, broccoli, etc) Berries: Two or more servings a week Nuts: At least five servings a week Beans: At least three servings a week Whole grains: Three or more servings a day Fish: at least once a week Poultry (e.g. chicken or turkey): at least twice a week Olive oil: Use as your main cooking oil. Alcohol or Wine: One shot/glass a day (note: a "glass" is not half a bottle)  Foods to Avoid: Red meat: 3 times per week or less. Butter and margarine: Less than a tablespoon daily Cheese: Less than one serving a week Pastries and sweets: Less than five servings a week. Fried or fast food: Less than one serving a week.    The people with the best MIND Diet scores (in the top 3) developed half of the cognitive decline than the people with the lower scores. 53% reduction in the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease.   We discuss a little bit about how difficult nutrition research is to conduct.    Dr Morris discusses how some of the foods/nutrients work to prevent the changes that occur in Alzheimer's.    Dr Morris discusses her current research trial that is being conducted at Harvard and Rush University at Harvard.    We discuss the controversies of gluten sensitivities and other food sensitivities.   We discuss which foods are good and bad for the mind. She notes that transfats and saturated fats increase the risk for Alzheimer's.  High saturated fat may impair the blood brain barrier.  Unsaturated fats seem to correlate more with good brain health and lower levels of Alzheimer's. She points out DHA (an omega 3 fatty acid) as an important fat in particular for neurotransmission.    Fried foods are bad for the brain because they have high amounts of harmful fats as well as leach out the good fats.   It's not clear whether or not coffee is good or bad long-term for the brain. 

The MIND Diet: Should You Try It?

The MIND diet is designed to prevent dementia and loss of brain function as you age. So it's an eating pattern that focuses specifically on brain health. In this video I'm looking at what you need to know and if you should try it. Further reading: Follow Authority Nutrition: Facebook: Twitter: Google Plus: Pinterest: ---- Don't forget to subscribe on YouTube here: Studies mentioned: STUDY 1: STUDY 2: STUDY 3: STUDY 4: STUDY 5: STUDY 6:

The Mind Diet emphasizes on healthy foods included in both The Mediterranean and The Dash diets.

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