SUP 018: Dr. Gabrielle Lyon on the need for a higher protein intake, and muscle centric medicine

Welcome back to Straight Up Paleo, where Christina Rice and Kara Halderman answer all of your health questions…straight up.

If you want to submit a question or comment, you can email us at straightuppaleo@gmail.com or visit our website, straightuppaleo.com.

Topics:

1:30 – Updates

7:00 – Sign up for Christina’s The Paleo Women Program!

8:45 – Introducing Dr. Gabrielle Lyon, a nutrition and cognition physician who specializes in muscle centric medicine. She runs the Ash Center for Comprehensive Medicine in NYC where she practices functional medicine.

11:40 – Join the Straight Up Paleo Pals Facebook group! You can send in questions here and also to straightuppaleo@gmail.com

12:55 – Dr. Lyon introduces herself and talks about what muscle centric medicine is

14:00 – How muscle mass impacts the whole body

15:15 – Why are people afraid of protein?

17:50 – High protein and mTOR

20:28 – How much protein should you be eating?

21:50 – Why we need to increase protein as we age

23:00 – Quality protein vs. non quality protein

25:00 – Stimulating muscle turnover through diet and resistance training

26:00 – Why do some vegans and vegetarians get muscular?

27:15 – What Dr. Lyon recommends for training

29:05 – What you should eat for muscle recovery

30:50 – Is there an upper limit to protein?

31:30 – How protein fits in with the other macronutrients

33:50 –  How to balance calories and not become obsessive with them

38:30 – How to get enough protein intake

41:00 – Thoughts on protein powders

41:55 – Collagen as a protein

43:50 – Protein from plants and why it is not sustainable

47:00 – Leucine and mTOR

48:10 – Symptoms of too low protein

48:45 – Effects on protein on gut health

49:10 – Who should be on a low protein diet

50:40 – Ammonia toxicity on high protein diets

51:30 – Dr. Lyons thoughts on fasting

54:30 – Fasting and hormone/thyroid problems

56:55 – Calorie amount in a restrictive feeding window

57:40 – Leptin resistance and combating it

58:50 – HIIT and resistance training

1:02:50 – Thoughts on circuit and body weight workouts

1:04:15 – Cardio effects on muscles

1:04:50 – Defining “heavy lifting”

1:06:15 – Lifting heavy, yet having high body fat

1:07:20 – Thoughts on supersetting for cardio and Crossfit

1:09:15 – Find Dr. Lyon on her instagram @drgabriellelyon and her website drgabriellelyon.com!

Christina’s latest ebook, #NoSugarNoProblems: A Lovely Collection of Paleo Sweetener-Free Desserts, is now available! This ebook is filled with 30 paleo desserts (with plenty of vegan options) that are free of all sugar and sugar substitutes – cookies, brownies, cupcakes, puddings, milkshakes, cheesecake, cream pie, and more! No sugar, no stevia, no xylitol, no maple syrup, no honey, no erythritol, no bananas, and no dates! This is perfect for anyone who is on the Candida diet, ketogenic, low-carb, diabetic, low-FODMAP, paleo, primal, vegetarian, vegan, or just looking to limit their sugar intake! You can get your copy at addictedtolovely.com under “ebooks” or at bit.ly/nosugarnoproblems. Use the code “straightuppaleo” for 20% off!

Are you in the Dallas area and looking for a private holistic chef to provide you with delicious, beautiful meals?! Email Kara at kara.halderman@gmail.com to learn more about her private chef services!

If you want to snag Christina and Kayleigh’s holiday ebook, head to addictedtolovely.com or bit.ly/gratitudehhg! Use the code “straightuppaleo” for 20% off at checkout! Gratitude: A Healthy Holiday Guide for a Paleo Thanksgiving has everything you’ll need for a stress-free, delicious holiday season! There are over 20 delicious paleo recipes inside (and most are vegan), a holiday planning checklist and calendar, and a ton of written content with tips on digestion, how to deal with family drama, what to do about holiday treats, how to exercise, the holiday mindset, and more!

Don’t forget to join our Facebook group, Straight Up Paleo Pals!

You can find Christina at addictedtolovely.com, @addicted_to_lovely on Instagram, and on the Actually Adultish Podcast. You can also email her at addictedtolovely@gmail.com for consultations.

You can find Kara at karaboutit.com, @kara_boutit on Instagram, and on the Low Carb Conversations Podcast. You can also email her at kara.halderman@gmail.com for consultations.

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SUP 017: Mike Mutzel on Endotoxins, Plant-Based Ketogenic Diets, and Lectins

Welcome back to Straight Up Paleo, where Christina Rice and Kara Halderman answer all of your health questions…straight up.

If you want to submit a question or comment, you can email us at straightuppaleo@gmail.com or visit our website, straightuppaleo.com.

Topics:

1:45 – Introducing Mike Mutzel, a Clinical Nutritionist who specializes in whole foods and plant based Ketogenic Diets. Check out his sight, High Intensity Health, for more information on him and his nutritional beliefs. He is also the author of Belly Fat Effect, a book on diet, gut health, and how to burn fat!

5:15 – Functional Medicine

5:50- Soy protein and it’s issues

8:50 – Gut and soy issues, how lectins may be affecting our gut.

12:10 – Mike’s thoughts on the plant paradox and moderating certain vegetables

13:35 – How pre-cut vegetables may be harmful

16:00 – Mike’s thoughts on high animal fats on a Keto diet and why vegetables are important

23:15 – Endotoxins in our bodies that could be related to bacteria in meat

28:25 – Why meat quality is so important

32:02 – Mikes approach to Keto and why he thinks plant focused Keto is best

40:17 – Intuitively eating on Keto

41:09 – Sprouting and soaking nuts and seeds

42:15 – How much vegetables should we eat?

46:20 – Time restrictive feeding-who it is good for and who should avoid it

51:18 – Who should follow a Keto lifestyle and who shouldn’t

54:20 – Mike on exercising and the importance of strength training

58:25 – Overtraining and how it can harm you

1:01 – Chronic cardio issues

1:05 – Mouth Taping, what is it and what are the benefits?

1:11 – Finding more on Mike on his website, High Intensity Health, at his YouTube channel High Intensity Health, and his Instagram @metabolic_mike!

Christina’s latest ebook, #NoSugarNoProblems: A Lovely Collection of Paleo Sweetener-Free Desserts, is now available! This ebook is filled with 30 paleo desserts (with plenty of vegan options) that are free of all sugar and sugar substitutes – cookies, brownies, cupcakes, puddings, milkshakes, cheesecake, cream pie, and more! No sugar, no stevia, no xylitol, no maple syrup, no honey, no erythritol, no bananas, and no dates! This is perfect for anyone who is on the Candida diet, ketogenic, low-carb, diabetic, low-FODMAP, paleo, primal, vegetarian, vegan, or just looking to limit their sugar intake! You can get your copy at addictedtolovely.com under “ebooks” or at bit.ly/nosugarnoproblems. Use the code “straightuppaleo” for 20% off!

Are you in the Dallas area and looking for a private holistic chef to provide you with delicious, beautiful meals?! Email Kara at kara.halderman@gmail.com to learn more about her private chef services!

If you want to snag Christina and Kayleigh’s holiday ebook, head to addictedtolovely.com or bit.ly/gratitudehhg! Use the code “straightuppaleo” for 20% off at checkout! Gratitude: A Healthy Holiday Guide for a Paleo Thanksgiving has everything you’ll need for a stress-free, delicious holiday season! There are over 20 delicious paleo recipes inside (and most are vegan), a holiday planning checklist and calendar, and a ton of written content with tips on digestion, how to deal with family drama, what to do about holiday treats, how to exercise, the holiday mindset, and more!

Don’t forget to join our Facebook group, Straight Up Paleo Pals!

You can find Christina at addictedtolovely.com, @addicted_to_lovely on Instagram, and on the Actually Adultish Podcast. You can also email her at addictedtolovely@gmail.com for consultations.

You can find Kara at karaboutit.com, @kara_boutit on Instagram, and on the Low Carb Conversations Podcast. You can also email her at kara.halderman@gmail.com for consultations.