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Obesity And Insulin Resistance Over 50

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Obesity And Insulin Resistance Over 50

Obesity And Insulin Resistance Over 50
Published 5/2024
MP4 | Video: h264, 1920x1080 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English

| Size: 9.25 GB[/center]
| Duration: 8h 22m
How we became fat, sick and exhausted eating exactly what the FDA told us to eat (and how to fix it)

What you'll learn

How Big Food and Big Pharma made us insulin resistant

How insulin resistance makes it impossible to lose weight

What foods set us up to fail when we try to lose weight

How we can take back control of our health


No prerequisites needed - come one, come all!


My name is Dr. Meredith Goodwin. I am a Board-Certified Family Physician who has been in practice for over 30 years. Like nearly everyone else in my medical school class, when I first became a physician, my goal was to help people. At that time, obesity and diabetes were relatively rare, and we had only a few drugs to help.Don't take this wrong, but I HATE obesity. I grew up in the 1960s when nearly everyone, including my parents, was trim. As I hit my teen years, I started gaining some weight. The weight gradually increased through high school, college, and medical school. But I'm a doctor, right? There must be a drug that would help. Well, nothing really worked long-term. Medicine treated weight loss as a reflection of a person's inability to have self-control. Remember that? It took a long time for obesity to be regarded as a disease process. Eat less, exercise more, right? Not only did that not work for me in the long term, but it also did not work for my patients.My goal for this course is to help learners understand how we got where we are today - overweight, obese, and diabetic. We will then look at the current theories of obesity and figure out what actually causes it. What works for weight loss, what doesn't, and why. Then we'll apply what we have learned to get us turned around and on the right path to regaining control of our health. Ready to join me?


Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Introduction

Section 2: Module 1 - How We Got Here

Lecture 2 History of the Food Supply in the US

Lecture 3 The "Diet Heart Hypothesis"

Lecture 4 Politics and the FDA Food Pyramid

Lecture 5 The Obesity Epidemic

Lecture 6 Your Healthcare Team

Section 3: Module 2 - Nutrition and Hormones

Lecture 7 How Does Obesity Happen?

Lecture 8 Carbohydrates and Ketosis

Lecture 9 Protein

Lecture 10 Fat and Cholesterol

Lecture 11 Insulin and Other Hormones

Section 4: Module 3 - Obesity Drugs Past and Present

Lecture 12 Stimulants and Older Drugs

Lecture 13 Non-Stimulants and Supplements

Lecture 14 New Drugs - Miracles or Cheating?

Lecture 15 Statins for Cholesterol (Extra Credit)

Section 5: Module 4 - Insulin Resistance

Lecture 16 What is Insulin Resistance?

Lecture 17 Effects on the Cardiovascular and GI Systems

Lecture 18 Effect on the Neurologic System

Lecture 19 Effect on the Endocrine/Autoimmune System

Lecture 20 Insulin Resistance and Cancer

Section 6: Module 5 - Now That I Know, What Do I Do?

Lecture 21 Establish Your Baseline - Formal Testing

Lecture 22 Home Monitoring

Lecture 23 What Do I Eat?

Lecture 24 Intermittent Fasting?!

Lecture 25 Fitness and Exercise

Lecture 26 Importance of Your Tribe

Section 7: Module 6 - Summary and Final Thoughts (Optional)

Lecture 27 Going Forward

Lecture 28 Online Resources

This course is actually for anyone, but especially for those of us over 50 who are struggling with being overweight or obese.

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