Eating Precisely: Merging Nutrition with Individualized Factors to Optimize Metabolic Health

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  • katma 26 Haz 2020
  • ( 01:03:01 - Q&A) Dr. Suneil Koliwad is an Endocrinologist and an Expert in Diabetes, Obesity, and Metabolism. In this talk, he looks at obesity, diabetes, and fatty liver disease and the historical effects of the 1980's push of low fat diets. He also looks at calories and dieting for weight loss vs the healthspan. Recorded on 06/10/2020. [7/2020] [Show ID: 35933]

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  • Nancy Orchard

    Excellent! Research explained clearly. Don’t need PhD or MD degree to learn from his presentation.

  • Selahree
    Selahree  +79

    My really good friend is 55, female, morbidly obese (was over 300 pounds), type 2 diabetes, asthmatic, severe sleep apnea. She is on a medically monitored low carbohydrate whole food diet (no processed food). In the past year, she has lost 81 pounds, has reduced daily medications from 10 to 4 medications, and most happily, has reduced the need to take insulin dramatically. She has gone from taking ~6 insulin shots per day to 1-3 shots per day, sometimes only needing one shot at night before going to bed.

  • seaira davis
    seaira davis 14 gün önce +3

    I’m so impressed with his presentation I actually listened from beginning to end and stayed interested after leaving a 12 hour shift.

  • Gerald's Videos

    This was absolutely superb. Soooo rich in solid information. It verifies/validates my own 'lifestyle choices'. (I just have to work harder at extending my IF 'endurance'.)

  • aclassmedicine

    A remarkable 21st century dynamic overview on nutrition science. The genetic component introduction was a great foundation for what followed. Evidence based and in depth detail.

  • Billy Wilson

    Great presentation. Very clear and simple enough for me to understand.

  • Dr EJ Langseth

    Incredibly profound yet

  • Ann Salty
    Ann Salty 2 saatler önce

    This makes total sense. I have been lucky, grew up in the sixties, that I never liked soft drinks and balked at the low fat ideas in the 80s. As soon as I was out of my parents house, went back to butter!! Never been more than a couple pounds overweight. And I still enjoyed dessert fairly often and drank more than my share of alcohol in the form of wine mostly. Its the soft drinks and preprocessed foods that have caused the obesity problem, no doubt about it. You look at the average American today and they are so not healthy. Just look at family photos from the sixties. People were very slim in those days. Soft drinks were around, but was not consumed like it is today. Plus was made with real sugar vs high fructose corn syrup. There's the culprit. Fructose.

  • Gaenor Rees

    I have come back to listen to your lecture because I've gone through a metabolic crisis where my digestive system went into rebellion not because I followed everything that I wrote about previously months ago but because I didn't due to the pandemic.

  • coronadentalarts

    excellent talk Dr Sunell Koliwad !!!!! Please continue informing us regular folks trying to take control of our health. Thank you UCSF as well . :)

  • Planet_Molly

    THANK YOU!!! This is an EXCELLENT presentation! -- I have been practicing IF for 3 years. I NEVER gain weight when I eat one meal a day, particularly if I consume the meal within a 1 hour time frame.I consume sugar almost every day. I LOSE weight (too quickly) when I don't consume some form of sugar (glucose) with that 1 hour meal. My energy is good, not great. But when I fast for 24+ hours, my energy is amazingly restored and highly increased after 72 hours. And my memory skills improve exponentially. I don't fast more than 3 or 4 times per year. I have ZERO pain or inflammation, despite being an ice skater for 10+ years in my teens and 20s. - I am considering returning to the rink.

  • Lisa Wheeler

    Thank you Doctor and all the scientists who are studying and sharing your wealth of knowledge with us!

  • Positive and Healthy

    This is so helpful, thank you so much for this video!

  • Laurence Welsh
    Laurence Welsh Yıl önce +18

    Spectacular presentation! Thank you so much Dr. Koliwad!

  • SleepSmartSmashStress8

    Great education on diet.Thank you so much Dr. Koliwad!

  • Terrance Grant
    Terrance Grant Yıl önce +19

    An excellent lecture.

  • Sir Osis Of Liver

    This guy is an incredible communicator. Disappointed there were no Glyphosate questions.

  • Gaenor Rees

    Suneil Koliwad, MD. I am a renegade cultural anthropologist. That means that I have learned to study issues from a point of consilience. I have watched hundreds of lectures on hundreds of topics. Every speaker eventually says something that I disagree with. You almost became a stat with me 😭 but by that time I was already 1 hour and 15 minutes into your lecture. Having read an extensive report from the Pritkin diet from Medical News Today with its caveat on olive oil I had to sit up and really think through what you were saying. Oil is a fat. I didn't notice you said extra virgin oil. Which is what I use. I tend to agree with them that more than two tablespoons a day negates its benefits. The MNT article was also long. And it gave me pause as I listened to your lecture which was fascinating. You're really knowledgeable. You explain things the way in anthropologist does,( well one that is well trained I am an old, old anthropologist.) 72 yrs. Of course to me 72 is Young! 😁 And I look young anywhere from 30 to 50s sometimes 60s. It's definitely genes.

  • Mark Harris

    Dr. Koliwad seems to have an encyclopaedic command of his specialty. Very impressive indeed. Very informative and useful to me personally. Thank you, Dr. Koliwad.

  • ahmed azeddine

    A fantastic exposé, specially stressing the importance/benefit of non processed food on our gut biome and stemming off obesity. Thank you Dr Koliwad.