The Important Thing to Muscle Growth Hides inside a Healthy Gut

 

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Organic Lemon Juice Lemon juice is rich in vitamin C and is a potent antioxidant that can neutralize free radicals in the gut. It is a great addition to any gut cleansing drink. It also contains a specific type of fiber called pectin that is known to help moderate bad bacteria and encourage the growth of food bacteria.

Could gut microbes be the key to overcoming muscle loss in older age? Written by Catharine Paddock, Ph.D. on September 12, 2019 — Fact checked by Carolyn Robertson. The microorganisms living in the intestines could help with muscle growth and function, opening new doors to interventions for age-related skeletal muscle loss, an international research team led by Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) has found. Through a series of strength and movement-related exercises conducted on mice, the team.

Study Finds Link Between Gut Health And Muscle Strength from Natural Blaze The microorganisms living in the intestines could help with muscle growth and function, opening new doors to interventions for age-related skeletal muscle loss, an. Consuming probiotic foods is probably the best thing you can do for gut health. However, O’Connor goes on to say that the bubble gut is a result of drug use—specifically insulin and Human Growth Hormone (HGH)—in tandem with a high-calorie, high-carb diet. “It’s not steroids, per say,” O’Connor says. “Steroids have been used back in the ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s and you didn’t see the bubble guts. 2. You’re a College Student. Attending college might lead to gain the “Senior 37” after the “Freshman 15.” Data published in Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism in showed that over a four-year span, 70 percent of college students put weight on by graduation day.

The study followed 131 students for four years, with researchers noting that the average weight gain was. These studies support the notion that bacteria plays a role in maintaining muscle strength, especially as we age. You might be asking yourself, how do I maintain a healthy gut microbe? To support the general health of the gut microbiome, you should consume foods high in prebiotic fiber, and consider taking a probiotic supplement.

Increasing your daily protein intake will also help ward off hunger and promote muscle growth, according to Harvard Health Publishing. Introduce more lean protein options including chicken, turkey and fish. Aim for about 0.8 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight, roughly 56 grams per day for men (and 46 grams per day for women). Join the Dr. Berg FREE Immunity Challenge!

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maintain Glutamine gut added to integrity.

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Robinson et al. recently reviewed the evidence linking diet to sarcopenia (the loss of muscle mass and function with age) and identified a growing literature that suggests that diet could be an important modifiable influence on muscle strength in later life.

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And you need a substantial amount of healthy fats (especially omega­3 fatty acids) in your diet (at regular intervals) to prevent the loss of your hard­earned muscles during weight loss.

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Second, yet no less important, is adequate protein consumption, which is crucial to repair damaged muscles.

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In addition, high-protein intake interferes with a balanced intake of other foods/nutrients.

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New research is showing that a higher intake of high-quality dietary protein, along with resistance exercise, can help to minimise this decline in muscle.

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For men, the importance of lean, ripped or striated, and cut abdominal muscles was clear due to their ubiquity in image and text.

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That is a relatively accurate but incomplete description of the mechanisms responsible for muscle growth.

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Belzung F, Raclot T, Groscolas R. Fish oil n-3 fatty acids selectively limit the hypertrophy of abdominal fat depots in growing rats fed high-fat diets.

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Diet and nutrition also plays a major role in exercise-induced muscle growth.

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  • Ahhhh finally a young person who pronounces the word “important” correctly. I don’t know why but the weird new pronunciation “Im-por-int” grates on my nerves.

  • So, so many people tell us a good diet will help us but never go so far as to tell the listeners what that diet is. Shame on them.

  • 3:40 an MIT grad who gets her metaphors mixed? Not sleeping is a reason you’d be counting sheep at night, not an inhibitor of it. Who wrote your speech?

    Otherwise, very informative.

  • zach bush has some good info along these lines.. he is also very concerned with the effects of glyphosate (roundup etc) as it is apparently patented as an anti-biotic not a weed killer.

  • I went anti biotics for a month and later stress in my office, later I been diagnosed with multiple vitamin deficiency. Now healing

  • Who can help me!
    My wife a serous anxiety, panic attacked, stomach, bloating not digestive problems. You names more.

    She when too many times to ER. Got CT, x-rays blood works. All negatives.
    What cost her problems?
    Not financial issues, either!

    Can some doctors internet help, please!!!!

  • oo…..fasting…and th body returns to health..cause cells..life.nature…are encoded to work great…we just need stop interfering with our big ignorance and poor choices…free will and lack of discernment is bad for health..lol

  • Why aren’t parents teaching kids this (at home)?? Oh wait… cause THEY can’t possibly bring themselves to admit that they too are addicted to bad food! ❤️������

  • Is an Indian Vegetarian diet with veggies, Rice, Milk products, nuts Turmeric,spices the right way to save your gut. I have gerd but the indian diet have worked well for me except milk. Yogurt is a medicine for me if taken in afternoon.

  • For the longest time I had a policy against actually subscribing on YouTube, but then I found this channel a long time ago. It didn’t have so much popularity that if I forgot the name it would just show up again so I subscribed. Now I’m going to be buying that book.

    I’m a coach now, not something I ever planned on doing. This channel has given me enough knowledge that I know as much or more than the other coaches about how to workout and take care of yourself. Thank you immensely.

  • I’m so confused. You say stay away from animal products, yet I hear that bone broth powerfully heals the gut. Apparently the experts don’t agree on this.

  • If you hadn’t heard the term ‘gut microbiome’ until this video was posted six months ago… you probably aren’t here learning about it now.

  • …Yah,..and listen to your feet and bones!…why the need for the unnatural, handicapping high heels ��???
    …Man,…some people!
    …I mean, You look through a microscope all day to see what your microbes are telling you,…but you can’t see or choose to ignore your feet…. ��

  • Does anyone here know the interaction between emotional numbness and tyrosine? My depression developed back in two years ago mainly because of suffering from tremendous stress that were not properly sorted out. The aftermath was emotional numbness which still carries on today. I wonder if there’s correlation between this symptom of depression and the lack of tyrosine, and how stress affects the concentration of tyrosine in our body. Thanks

  • The problem with these researchers who start a company to market their results is that they immediately lose all credibility. Now she has a financial stake in her scientific claims.

  • what evidence do you have that low animal fats / low animal products is at all good for your gut? What peer-reviewed research can you cite to support that statement?

  • Many fitness enthusiasts, myself included, consume large amounsts of articial sweeteners.
    There are severeal studies demonstrating that articial sweeteners have an adversely affect on the composition of the gut flora. What do you think about this?

  • The moment she said “A lot of fruits and vegetables and Low animal products” I stopped it. She is parroting the same old WRONG message of “healthy” eating that is likely the cause of modern day gut issues. Out digestive systems are designed to digest meats and animal products, that’s why we have very long small intestines and a shorter colon. Fruits and vegetables actually contain a lot of antinutrients that can be deactivated but most people don’t understand this and eat it all wrong. I’m really sick of these MD’s. We must follow the diet of our ancestors and learn from them to understand what we should be eating. And, believe it or not, most of them consumed most of their calories from ANIMAL PRODUCTS! They also fermented, sprouted, sourdoughed their legumes and grains to make them more digestable. This increased the enzymes and pre/probiotics of their diets.

  • Great talk

    Yes. Your second brain is your gut

    It is amazing how, when,where things happen

    Just like to share a message from my side

    This is a great scripture

    John 7:38

    38 He that believeth on me, as the scripture hath said, out of his belly shall flow rivers of living water.
    This is from the OKJV Bible

    I hope you look at it and spot my message.
    The Father loves us so much
    And he knows all THINGS
    Well he designed us ����������

  • There are several ideas for relieving leaky gut at home
    Have a whole food, nutrient-rich diet that excludes foods which irritate the gut
    Make sure your digestion is working: You can eat a perfect diet, but if you aren’t digesting food appropriately, it is not going to help.
    Discover and eradicate underlying food sensitivities eliminate a suspected food for a period of time
    Discover ways to reduce and eliminate stress:eg Prayer, meditation, moderate exercise, adequate sleep, and regular massage
    Consume gut healing foods and nutrients
    Balance your gut flora by including appropriate amounts of fermented foods in your diet each day.
    Discover and eradicate gastrointestinal infections
    Try the use of gut-irritating medications:
    Lessen exposure to environmental toxins
    Get plenty sleep and avoid overtraining which are a form of stress to your body.
    (I discovered these and the reasons they work on Richala Remedy System site )

  • Great presentation. Most of the information about the gut is not new. She talked about why it’s important to maintain a healthy gut but would have appreciated some suggestions on how. The talk ended so abruptly!

  • It’s so important to keep the gut healthy not only for digestion, but also for immune function and many other functions in the body!

  • awesome talk but I’ve been on this problem for years. I took many antibiotics for the times I had pneumonia and bronchitis. how do I know what my gut needs??!?!? blindly go vegan? then only meat diet? do I just try a bunch of trends until I find one? what can I do if it’s unfixable? I have Fibromyalgia, Reynodes syndrome, anxiety and IBS. Health shakes make me bloated like crazy, sometimes I eat a hamburger and feel fine and sometimes I don’t, same with broccoli. where’s the answer??

  • Every person has a different system therefore its difficult to claim a certain set of actions will work to heal everyones gut issues. I think a basic rule of thumb to heal/lessen the epidemic of gut issues would be: NO SUGARS/ARTIFICAL SWEETNERS NO SMOKING NO ALCOHOLREDUCE STRESS EXERCISEGET ADEQUATE SLEEP TRY WATER FASTING OR INTERMINTENT DAILY FASTING CONSUME BONE BROTH SCRAMBLED EGGS CLEAN WATER ….As far as eating a lot of fruits or fiber or just meat, etc…that will be specific for each person and their ailments. Fiber makes my symptoms worse and if I eat very fiberous vegetables like fresh green beans, my pain is severe. Even nuts cause me pain…Eating fresh pineapple causes me pain…

  • So basically you are telling me that we have to eat healthy to stay healthy.
    Wow. Who would have thought that.
    Besides stop trying to be funny. You are not.

  • Teds Talk talk talk.

    Doctors like house doctors should more look at this.
    They are the first where people come with health problems isn’t it.

  • Linsey McLean startednVita Royal, Inc. 40 years ago.
    She also was a Bio Chemist. She testified in front of Congress several times. Her company makes USP grade feed for horses. She was amazing. Thank you for bringing this to the public.

  • I learned about this microbiology when I learned how to maintain an aquarium clean. theyrr everything that’s keeps world clean, but we’ve been taught to believe to get rid micro organisms.

  • It’s still astonish me just how some people have no clue about Custokebon Secrets even though a lot of people using it. Thanks to my friend who told me about it. I’ve lost lots of fat.

  • Almost completely unrelated, but have you looked into lucid dreaming? Some people seem to think they can enhance their waking life skills by practicing in their dreams.

  • Nothing new. This is all known for times, yeah only some technicality is new…And we all need to simplify our lives, thoughts and karma. Rest will happen…but we r busy creating $millions, partying, gossiping, and investing time in jealousy, hatred, and insecurity…no microbiome can survive healthy within us! Stop the materialistic living and madness. You will find the peace within with a healthy gut. Good luck.

  • Ok this was informative about the types of chemicals we need to sustain our gut health…but is anyone else more curious about the mind gut connection?
    I follow my gut instinctively and can always feel when something is off.

  • It would be a shame for you not to lose body fat while other typical people are capable to lose weight easily by using Custokebon Secrets (just search it on google).

  • L GLUTAMINE powder helps my gut issues, but some people it doesnt help. In the end, it comes down to trial and error for each person. Do the things that seem to help and stop the things that seem to hurt. I can assure you, its not a fun process, to be a guinea pig but it is a decent way to learn what works and what doesnt work.