What's the difference between a younger body and an older one? The regeneration process A topic based show about progesterone, pregnenolone and DHEA. How these hormones are produced in the body and why the order and synthesis of these hormones is so important for a healthy body and better brain function. Cholesterol plays an important role in this process but can built up if it's not getting converted. Taking estrogen or testosterone without the synthesis of these hormones first will result in negative effects. We talk about that in the show as well as how valuable keeping production of these hormones at a normal level and eating foods that promote the anti-aging protective hormones will promote better brain function a higher metabolic rate and a body that regenerates faster.
Danny Roddy is an independent health researcher focusing on hair loss and how you can avoid it simply by looking at it from a biochemistry perspective and approaching it with the right kind of nutrition. In this episode, we talk about the relationship between hair loss and carbon dioxide production in both men and women as well as how supplements could be negatively effecting your health and how to support your thyroid with food.
Is resistant starch healthy? It's a confusing subject because the answer is yes and no. A resistant starch is a food that is resistant to digestion, but you can turn a resistant starch into a more digestible food just by preparing it differently. We talk about this and the glycemic index as well as which sugars are better for you than others.
How does your environment affect your ability to regenerate, make new cells and your rate of metabolism? Could an increase in metabolic rate require way more nutrients than you thought? In this episode we answer these questions and talk about our perceptions of body image and how our idea of what we're supposed to look like could be sabotaging our health.