Thursday, January 05, 2017

Possible New way to remove more fat

Today's Post:  Thursday, 1-5-2017

1.  One of the causes of gaining excess fat is to have slow metabolism.

Thyroid problems can cause this.  Quitting smoking can cause this.  This tends to happen to women once they get fully into menopause.

Triggering your body's failsafe famine response can cause this.

Strangely, having a BMI over 40 tests as causing slower metabolism also.

One little known way this happens, particularly to women who do no exercise, is to gradually lose muscle mass instead of doing effective strength training each week to keep all your muscle mass and bone density - and to eat enough protein and take the supplements that keep your bones strong.

2.  The other new one I've read about recently is mitochondrial dysfunction and excess glutamate in your heart, your brain, or the nerves connecting them.
Mitochondria are the power centers in each of your cells.

As people get older who don't do things to prevent it, their mitochondria become fewer and less robust.  So they burn fewer calories at rest and even exercise less unless they take action to reverse this.

So when they eat as they did or even eat less, they still burn up fewer calories than that & get fatter.

MSG is also a cause of obesity.  It was shown that in two groups of people eating the exact same food with the exact same calorie content, the people who ingested lots of MSG each day were fatter and weighed more than the people who ate little or no MSG!

I once thought that might be because MSG caused fattening bacteria to grow.  Now it looks like that's incorrect.  The likely villain is that the excess glutamate from the MSG damages the mitochondria and reduce the metabolism and calories burned.

3.  Doing some form of vigorous cardio in short bursts a few times each week and/or doing effective strength training each week have each been shown to keep your mitochondria healthy and even may help you grow new ones!

Taking the supplement ubiquinol which is the reduced form of CoQ10 and l-carnitine and NOT ever taking statins has been shown to help keep your mitochondria healthy.

Taking PQQ grows new mitochondria and may save sick ones and remove mitochondria that cannot be saved to allow the remaining healthy ones to work better.

4.  Because MSG is a proven fattener and apparently helps cause AFIB and causes brain damage -- including Alzheimer's according to Russell Blaylock MD, it's extremely important to avoid ingesting MSG or similar ingredients.

AND, it may fatten so reliably by harming your mitochondria with its excess glutamate and directly lowering your metabolism, so it's extremely important to avoid it to remove excess fat you then keep off.

Virtually all dishes at fast food eateries contain MSG.  Do your best never to eat their food.  Always read labels on spice blends and condiments and chips and other packaged foods and snacks.  Hint:  As of this writing the vast majority of them DO have this problem!

I was astounded to find how hard it was to find a mustard that was just mustard with no "spices" on the label!  Organicville yellow mustard only lists mustard ingredients.  It does NOT list "spices" and still tastes great!

5.  Here is the possible new way to lose more fat when fasting or upgrading what you eat and drink to remove the proven fatteners:

Suppose you could use one thing to make your mitochondria so much healthier that your nerves and brain cells worked better AND any excess glutamate, either from natural processes or MSG was removed?

A wonderful thing would happen:

People would tend to have less fat gain over time.

AND, people who ate in a style that tends not to fatten people and exercised who ALSO did periodic fasting, would lose more fat during their fasts AND the fat they lost would stay off!

This would be of very great interest to me.

I've already done the things that minimize excess fat.  I eat lots of organic vegetables and health OK protein foods.  I only drink in moderation and almost only red wine before dinner.  Each week, I take regular 7 minute very brisk walks. I do strength training with relatively heavy weights. And I do quite vigorous, brief cardio three times a week.

Yet when I tried fasting, I lost less fat than I expected during the fast and I gained most of it back too.  But I have at least 16 pounds too much fat, particularly belly and visceral fat I'd look better and be healthier if I lost!

This method to do BOTH glutamate removal and boosting mitochondria enough to increase brain cell and nerve cell health and function may exist now!

Bulletproof sells it as KetoPrime.  I just ordered it and will give it a 30 day trial.

Here's the information I got about this:

The mitochondria research pioneer Alan Cash interview at the link below had these points in the text version:

[I added the underlining and bolding of the points that I thought showed the importance of this discovery.]

https://thequantifiedbody.net/oxaloacetate-anti-aging-alan-cash/

"The implementation of a calorie restriction diet may work to consistently increase your lifespan and reduce any age related diseases (6:19).

Calorie restriction seems to affect the energy pathway of the cell (9:20).

We can essentially "bio-hack" our systems by tricking the cells into thinking that the NAD to NADH ratio is high so that fat production is reduced (12:50).

Human trials have shown that calorie restriction reduces fasting glucose levels and atherosclerosis (13:46).

Reducing age related diseases will increase the average lifespan and increase the maximum lifespan for every cell in the body (14:32).

Oxaloacetate is an important metabolite involved in one of the energy pathways in the mitochondria, the power house of a cell (16:20).

Oxaloacetate is used in the Kreb's cycle to oxidize NADH to NAD (17:09).

A human clinical trial in the 60's demonstrated that the use of oxaloacetate as a nutritional supplement reduced Type 2 Diabetes symptoms (20:00).

As the dosage increases from the minimum 100 mg other system processes occur, such as the reduction of high glutamate levels, which is one of the damaging factors for closed head injury/stroke victims (22:33).

Fasting/a calorie restricted diet is another technique that has been shown to slow brain tumor growth (27:53).

Some cancer patients have already seen results with oxaloacetate supplementation and calorie restriction diets, however these are just individual cases and not clinical trials (28:46).

Recently, clinical trials have begun to study oxaloacetate as a treatment for different conditions such as mitochondrial dysfunction, Parkinson's disease, and Alzheimer's disease (30:13).

Oxaloacetate may also work well to reduce inflammation and increase neurogenesis in the brain (32:30).

Oxaloacetate may also become an important supplement for athletes who encounter severe head injuries during their sport (34:30).

Long term potentiation, the restoration of the ability to learn, may improve for patients after a stroke or closed head injury if oxaloacetate is used in combination with acetyl-l-carnitine (36:18).

Alan Cash spent years proving to the FDA that there do not seem to be any negative effects found with taking large doses of oxaloacetate (38:35).

So overall, oxaloacetate has an immediate pharmacological effect on the glutamate in the brain and a long term genomic effect on the mitochondria (46:30)."

As you can see, this substance may have many other very important health benefits.

But if you are doing a lot of things right but not losing fat or enough fat or not keeping off fat you lose even while doing the right things like eating right and exercising well, this may be the extra leverage you have lacked.

(Extra note: If you stop smoking and avoid second hand smoke and stop using tobacco products and nicotine, because nicotine DOES boost metabolism, you might well gain the typical 10 to 16 pounds  more fat.

But if you do the other things that keep off fat and remove fat AND keep up your metabolism - including this new discovery, you will prevent that fat gain AND you may even become LESS fat!)  

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