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ണ  Format Kindle @The Gut Balance Revolution: Boost Your Metabolism, Restore Your Inner Ecology, and Lose the Weight for Good! ආ Author Gerard E Mullin ඳ ണ Format Kindle @The Gut Balance Revolution: Boost Your Metabolism, Restore Your Inner Ecology, and Lose the Weight for Good! ආ Author Gerard E Mullin ඳ CHAPTER 1The Hidden Secret to Weight LossWEED, SEED, AND FEED YOUR INNER GARDENEat less and exercise .We ve all heard it from our doctors, on TV, on the Internet, in magazines, from friends and family At one time or another, most of us have even tried it But let me ask you How has this recipe for weight loss worked for you It seems like such a simple formula it matches our understanding of the physical principles of the universe Energy in, energy out What we don t spend, we store It s common sense It must be right.There s just one small problem It doesn t tell the whole story of why people gain weight And it doesn t tell us how to lose it.The calories in calories out theory of weight loss is outdated Modern science has proven beyond any shadow of doubt that your weight and your health are dependent on much than how many calories you consume You ll learn about some of this evolving science in this book However, common sense and personal experience tell us that if weight and health were all about the amount of calories you consume each day, you could eat 1,800 calories of Oreos and Diet Coke and stay fit and healthy But, of course, we all know that doesn t work The food you eat has a far greater influence on your body than solely the amount of energy it provides It has wide ranging effects on numerous biochemical and physiological processes While it s true that most of us could afford to eat a little less, and reducing total caloric intake is necessary to a certain point to incur weight loss, the quality of the calories you consume is far important in the long run.That s especially true if you want to burn fat and keep it off for good Anyone can go on a starvation diet, burn out the treadmill, and drop a few ds You might even lose a couple of pants sizes or notice that you look a little better in your bathing suit But the sad reality is that most of the ds you drop will be water weight, and some fat burning muscle to boot Without altering your lifestyle and eating habits, revisiting your relationship to food, and systematically enhancing the overall quality of the calories you consume, your diet is doomed to fail in the long run.In fact, research has shown that the vast majority of calorie restricted diets fail long term A study conducted at the University of California in Los Angeles showed that people who go on calorie restricted diets typically lose 5 to 10 percent of their body weight within 6 months but regain everything they ve lost within 4 to 5 years.1And this yo yo effect causes downstream biological complications that make it even difficult to lose weight in the long run Your body is a complex ecosystem actually, an ecosystem within an ecosystem, as we ll see shortly , and all complex biological systems have mechanisms in place to maintain homeostasis The dictionary defines homeostasis as the maintenance of relatively stable internal physiological conditions as body temperature or the pH of blood in higher animals under fluctuating environmental conditions It s easy to see why this is important If you didn t have a built in biological mechanism for maintaining basic physiological processes such as body heat, survival would be far complicated.What does this have to do with weight Well, the rate of your metabolism and the amount of fat you carry are tightly regulated by a complex array of homeostatic internal processes Some doctors call this internal thermostat your body weight set point, and it s influenced by a number of factors such as hormones, neurotransmitters, intestinal peptides, your gut microbiome, and .2, 3Several studies have shown that your body weight set point remains fairly constant, maintaining your body weight in a stable range despite minor changes in energy intake calories in and expenditure calories out It s also been shown that your body is very efficient at holding on to weight during periods of caloric deprivation That s because your body set point has shifted downward and is telling your body that your metabolism needs to be slowed to minimize weight loss during periods of caloric deprivation This provides a clear survival advantage but demonstrates how low calorie diets that are based solely upon energy deprivation have short term efficacy as the new set point limits ones weight loss Your body weight set point will also try to keep you from gaining weight when you eat too much by burning calories, but this effect is short lived Overall, it s harder to lose weight than it is to gain weight an experience many of us are all too familiar with Yo yo dieting is a very common result of weight loss programs and causes one to ultimately weigh Yo yo dieting has been shown to raise the body s set point, which is your brain telling your body Hey, we ought to now weigh to reach this new equilibrium and sending control signals throughout your body to slow metabolism so you gain body weight and fat mass the new normal Thus, you weigh than before with each failed energy deficit diet program and it becomes harder and harder to lose weight as the set point is raised each time a weight loss regimen fails.4To effectively lose weight and keep it off, you need to strategically alter your body weight set point Emerging evidence suggests that bariatric surgery, particularly gastric bypass, may work in part by helping the body establish a new set point by altering the physiology governing body weight.5 And that s the real problem with yo yo dieting every time your weight rebounds, your set point gets pushed higher, so your body acclimates to the new body weight set point as the new normal Hormonal and metabolic adaptations now make it and difficult to lose weight.6Calories in calories out doesn t work for the masses, because it can t work It can t work, because simply reducing the amount of food you consume and spending energy exercising doesn t necessarily influence your body weight set point Sure, there are some people out there who can lose weight by eating less and jogging 100 miles a week, but they re the exception We may admire or even be a little jealous of them, but they don t point the way for the majority of us to lose weight and stay healthy.So if eating less and exercising isn t a realistic, sustainable way to lose weight, what is This is where things get interesting When you talk behind closed doors to doctors or scientists who specialize in metabolism, they ll reveal that we aren t 100 percent certain why there is an obesity epidemic in this country in light of the fact that we are consuming fewer calories as a nation.Yep, you read that right We are getting fatter, even though we are taking in fewer calories than we did a decade ago A new study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition shows that the average daily caloric consumption of Americans fell by 74 calories between 2003 and 2010 Despite this shift, obesity rates among women have stayed at a whopping 35 percent, and for men they continue to increase.7This finding confused the authors of the study It s hard to reconcile what these data show, and what is happening with the prevalence of obesity, said coauthor Dr William Dietz, former director of the division of Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Obesity at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.8 The data simply don t bear out the whole calories in calories out concept.But there s no question we re in trouble The constellation of obesity, metabolic syndrome, and type 2 diabetes is arguably the greatest single health care challenge in the industrialized world, and it s rapidly spreading to less developed nations Until a few decades ago, obesity was rare Now the people who are obese or overweight outnumber those suffering from malnutrition This is an unprecedented state for our species.And it s spawned an industry of celebrity experts, each of whom claims to have found the single most important reason America is overweight These people will try to convince you their special method can help every person drop many ds overnight Many will hype an exotic food based supplement that no one has heard about except on celebrity talk shows, while others talk about detoxing, juicing, and bizarre rituals that grab our attention based on pure sensationalism More evidence based health experts deliver the message that stabilizing insulin resistance and blood sugar is key, while others focus on reducing inflammation Other authorities tell us about the importance of balancing our hormones Then there s the Paleo prophets and the vegan aficionados, and a million others.So which of them is right None of them and all of them.There are many factors that lead to weight gain and weight loss There s no question insulin resistance and blood sugar balance play a vital role, and they may indeed be one of the core reasons so many of us are overweight, exhausted, and unwell They are the key factors in metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes We also know that low grade systemic inflammation and creeping weight gain, especially around the belly, are intimately linked In fact, the adipose tissue that collects around the belly is inflammatory and leads to a cycle of hormonal imbalance and further weight gain Do hormones play a role Absolutely Insulin, leptin, ghrelin, thyroid, and other hormones are all pieces of the weight loss puzzle.Recent research has even linked certain environmental toxins, such as persistent organic pollutants POPs , to weight gain These chemical substances often referred to as obesogens persist in the environment, bioaccumulate through the food web, and pose a risk of causing adverse effects to human health and the environment POPs mimic hormones like estrogen that encourage your body to put on weight, and they block cellular docking stations that trigger weight loss.Genetics plays a role, too, and so does your community people who have good social support networks tend to weigh less and live healthier, longer lives Yes, calories play a role and how much you eat does seem to matter, but it s not the whole picture.And there is one, until now largely unrecognized factor that connects many of these pieces New research is showing us that this factor has a far profound impact on longterm weight loss results and overall health than anybody expected Medical scientists are beginning to find that when you balance this area of your health, weight tends to drop off easily and your results last longer My extensive experience as a leading digestive health specialist and medical nutritionist at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine bears out what this cutting edge science is now revealing Your gut microflora the vast ecosystem that lives in your intestines is a crucial factor in weight gain and illness and holds the key to permanent weight loss and vibrant health.THE HUMAN GUT MICROBIOME THE GARDEN OF LIFE AND KEY TO HEALTHAs human beings, we do not live in isolation We are part of a complex social network of people who collectively interdepend on one another for just about everything Whether it s food, mail delivery, energy to run our homes, or whatever else we want or need, we re reliant on tens of thousands of people to optimally live our lives Modern industrialized society has evolved to a highly sophisticated synchrony of symbiosis.The human body is not so different It s not a sterile island but a complex network of trillions of microorganisms These tiny beings surround us and lie deep within us, and we are utterly dependent on them for our health and well being.This may be difficult to fathom, since we re taught that we need to get rid of germs and maximize our hygiene to optimize our health In fact, at the first sign of any apparent illness in childhood, we re doused with antibiotics, though medical science has little idea and virtually no research regarding the long term consequences of these treatments.We didn t evolve in a glass bubble, and we don t live in a germ free world today Nor would we want to As you ll learn in this chapter, these microorganisms are crucial for the development of a healthy immune system and play a role in many other vital functions.Living deep in your lower intestines is a complex ecosystem of microorganisms a veritable garden of life This magnificent orchard is composed of viruses, bacteria, and fungi, all of which collectively constitute what s called the human gut microbiome When we care for this garden and nourish our flora, our health flourishes But when we feed these microorganisms poorly and treat them poorly, the biodiversity of this ecosystem plummets and our health is compromised.The modern movement of going green has taught us a lot about the importance of developing practices that support environmental sustainability Each of us participates in a larger ecosystem, and our actions influence the health of that ecosystem If we want our world to be healthy, we have to act in ways that help make it healthy.But what about the ecosystem inside of you It s something few of us think about Just as our actions influence the ecosystem around us, they influence our ecosystem within Balance and biodiversity in this ecosystem create health imbalance and reduced diversity in the ecosystem create illness There are many mechanisms by which microbes can protect us from disease or make us sick, help us lose weight or pack on the ds, and we ll discuss many of them throughout this book Indeed, the most important lesson is that the solution to your weight problem as well as many of the diseases we face today may never be found if research remains focused on you, the host We must pay due attention to the host environment interface the complex set of relationships that constitute the human gut microbiome connection.The average human being has about 100 trillion of these organisms at any given time Although most are located in your lower intestines, you re literally bathed and surrounded by microbes Despite the best hygiene, we carry billions of microbes that hide under fingernails, lounge between teeth, stick to our skin, coat our eyes, hang out in our hair There are than 600,000 bacteria living on just 1 square inch of skin The same holds true at internal passages your respiratory system, genitourinary system, eustachian ear tubes, and much Just like in the 1999 sci fi movie The Matrix, the naked human eye sees only an altered reality It s incapable of seeing the trillions of microbes that constantly surround us How would you feel if you could see every one celled organism The microflora in your gut alone weigh about 3 to 5 pounds These microbial cells outnumber your own human cells by a factor of 10 to 1, and microbial DNA outnumbers your human DNA by 100 to 1 Take a moment to think about what that means Inside your body, there are bacterial cells and DNA than human cells and DNA Do you think this might have an impact on your healthMullin s promise of quick, sustainable weight loss through practices that also combat chronic health problems and discourage disease will have many readers lining up to devour this sensible guide Publishers WeeklyDr Mullin has provided the reader with invaluable practical insight into the gut microbiome and its effect on obesity and our overall health This is a must read for the public and health professionals Richard H Carmona, MD, MPH, FACS, 17th Surgeon General of the United StatesThe Gut Balance Revolution truly is a revolution in thinking about how to get healthy More important, it is a powerful, groundbreaking plan for you to reset your health for life Mark Hyman, MD, director, Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine, author of the 1 New York Times bestseller The Blood Sugar Solution 10 Day Detox Diet The Gut Balance Revolution embraces the revolutionary new paradigm that connects our health to the health of the hundred trillion bacteria that live within each of us Dr Mullin deftly leverages this leading edge science to create a practical, user friendly program to restore health and enhance disease resistance David Perlmutter, MD, author of the 1 New York Times bestseller Grain Brain The Surprising Truth About Wheat, Carbs, and Sugar Your Brain s Silent Killers and Brain Maker The Power of Gut Microbes to Heal and Protect Your Brain for life The Gut Balance Revolution, is a game changer an invaluable guide to healthy living and eating Dr Mullin cites cutting edge science on the role of the gut microbiome in health, obesity, and disease and offers an effective three step dietary plan that takes a holistic approach to heal the gut, improve well being, maximize metabolism, and shed unwanted weight Frank Lipman MD, author of the national bestseller The New Health Rules Simple Changes to Achieve Whole Body WellnessOptimal gut health becomes the foundation for fat loss, abundant energy, and vibrant health In The Gut Balance Revolution, Dr Gerard Mullin provides an effective, easy to apply protocol to fix your gut, boost your metabolism, and become lean, energetic, and healthy A don t miss book JJ Virgin, CNS, CHFS, author the New York Times bestsellers JJ Virgin s Sugar Impact Diet and The Virgin DietA compelling body of evidence indicates that the trillions of bacteria our bodies play host to have profound influences on our health and daily lives In The Gut Balance Revolution, Dr Mullin examines the gut microbiome s critical role and offers actionable advice on restoring and maintaining our intestinal flora to promote well being Andrew Weil, MD, author of Eating Well for Optional HealthHow delightful to realize that most bacteria are NOT the enemy They are essential allies in creating vibrant health The Gut Balance Revolution will get you started Christiane Northrup, MD, obstetrics gynecology physician and author of the New York Times bestsellers Women s Bodies, Women s Wisdom and The Wisdom of MenopauseThe Gut Revolution program is an evidence based approach that is practical and effective New science supports the important role of the gut microbiome in weight control, and no one knows about healing your gut to trim your waist than Dr Gerard Mullin, a leading authority in this field Melina B Jampolis, MD, President, National Board of Physician Nutrition Specialists and CNN Diet I intend to use the principles and great tips provided in Dr Mullin s The Gut Balance Revolution to enhance the weight loss achieved by patients at the Johns Hopkins Weight Management Center I highly recommend the book to anyone concerned about their health and their weight Dr Lawrence J Cheskin, Director, Johns Hopkins Weight Management Center, author of Losing Weight for Good Developing Your Personal Plan of Action, coeditor of Integrative Weight Management The Gut Balance Revolution is a unique book Dr Mullin combines his in depth knowledge of nutrition, clinical expertise of gut health and cutting edge concepts about the gut microbiome to facilitate sustainable weight loss and transform the health of his patients I highly recommend Martin H Floch MD Professor of Medicine, Yale University School of Medicine, Editor, Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology, Coeditor of Probiotics A Clinical GuideDr Gerry Mullin s approach to diet and weight loss is light years ahead of most other approaches, and makes them look like five fingered arithmetic This book represents the cutting edge of nutritional science Highly recommended Larry Dossey, MD Author One Mind How Our Individual Mind Is Part of a Greater Consciousness and Why It Matters The Gut Balance Revolution is a wellness masterpiece Vani Hari, Author of the 1 bestseller The Food Babe WayDr Mullin s latest book provides a thorough and fascinating look at the critical role the gut microbiome plays in weight control and optimal health The Gut Balance Revolution teachers readers which foods to eat, which to avoid and why in order to boost metabolism, establish a healthy gut, and as a result, achieve and maintain a healthy weight I appreciate that Dr Mullin s approach, based on his years of experience as a leading gastroenterologist, involves promoting real, whole, high quality foods, as well as a focus on overall wellness, including the importance of meditation, sleep, physical activity, and social support Cynthia Sass, MPH, MA, RD, CSSD, New York Times bestselling author, Health magazine contributing nutrition editor, and nutrition consult to the New York Yankees and New York Rangers The Gut Balance Revolution DrWeil The diet starts out high in protein How does it differ from other diets ketogenic induces a lean metabolism during the metamorphosis of gut microbiome away fat forming to burning biodiverse ecosystem Goodreads Sep , Boost Your 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    • Format Kindle
    • 432 pages
    • The Gut Balance Revolution: Boost Your Metabolism, Restore Your Inner Ecology, and Lose the Weight for Good!
    • Gerard E Mullin
    • Anglais
    • 2017-11-12T05:17+02:00