Duh, folks we have a Duh Moment (DM). After 104 years, from
Harvard T.H. Chan - School of Public Health
we have this bit of wisdom ...
Precision Nutrition: can nutrigenomics testing lead to improved diet quality and better health outcomes?
... Precision medicine - tailoring drugs and therapies to a person’s genetic profile - has been touted in recent years as a way to maximize the benefits of treatment while minimizing side effects. Experts are now wondering if personalizing an individual’s diet according to their DNA profile - called precision nutrition - can also improve health ...
Graphs: Central Focus from other Pages
Historical View | Sugar Consumption vs. Epigenetic Effects
The data is indicating that there is a threshold, 10kg/22lb per year/person, and of above this the body does not seem to be responding well. A threshold where
Refined Farming Products start to become dominant,
triggers a metabolic response. Besides
Obesity ... the Obesogenic Diet, there is a corresponding increase in diseases from
Metabolic Syndrome and Inflammation.
Meta-Analysis | Sugar vs. Obesity
Metabolic Corruption by Carbohydrates
Sugar Consumption vs. % Population Obesity
Hypothesis, from this chart it is indicated that there is more to the story of
Obesity ... the Obesogenic Diet
over the last 100 years. This could be a case of the
Compounding Effects of Epigenetics.
There have been 4 generations of
High Consumption of Carbs - Beyond a Metabolic Tolerance this defines
Carbohydrate Intolerance as Insulin Resistance.
We know that diet can change our gene expression through
The data is indicating that there is a threshold, 10kg/22lb per year/person, and of above this the body does not seem to be responding well to this dietary environment. Also, besides
Obesity ... the Obesogenic Diet, there is a
corresponding increase in diseases from Metabolic Syndrome and Inflammation.
Salt and Potassium | Blood Chemistry
Salt and Potassium Requirements -
New Research - Optimum Salts Intakes
Blood Chemistry - Salt and Potassium: A newer study out of Canada show optimum Salt (Na+ - sodium) and Potassium (K+) for human health. This 101,945 persons in 17 countries and estimated 24-hour sodium and potassium excretion with a mean follow-up of 3.7 years. Study changes our understanding of Sodium and Potassium. (22) [O’Donnell, et al. 2014.]
- According to researchers, an estimated sodium intake targeted at 4-5 gm/day might be better. However, the
Optimumrange is a parabolic function, as the window for “Optimum” is centered, but interestingly, too little salt seems to be worse or just as bad as too much …
- And, a higher estimated excretion of potassium was associated with a reduction in the risks of death and cardiovascular events on multivariable analysis …
- .ppt presentation, translate references (3,4,5) in slide to (20,20a,21,22)
In this study, sodium and potassium intake was estimated on the basis of measured urinary excretion.
Ref: Dr. Stephen Phinney - 'Recent Developments in LCHF and Nutritional Ketosis' (Part 1) | Jan/2017.
Ref: Dr. Stephen Phinney - 'Recent Developments in LCHF and Nutritional Ketosis' (Part 2) | Jan/2017.
Modern Diseases | present as insulin Resistance
Insulin Resistance Responses -
Insulin Resistance - Carbohydrate Intolerance
Insulin Resistance - Metabolic Syndrome: We only see the response to Carbohydrate Intolerance as Modern Diseases ⇒ Atherogenic dyslipidemia, Gout, Hypertension, Obesity, and CVD. These are Responses not Causes – but presents as a genetic predisposition that progressively worsens with age as a result of a high carbohydrate, high sucrose, high fructose diet and physical inactivity.
Tables: Data Information for other Pages
Example: Rolled Oats
Protein & Aminos
|Serving Size: 100g or 3.5oz|
|Methionine + Cysteine†||0.72 g||65%|
|Phenylalanine + Tyrosine† (7)||1.468 g||120%|
|Tryptophan (7)||0.234 g||84%|
|Asparagine (7)||1.448 g|
|Aspartic acid (Note 1)||0.408 g|
|Glutamic acid (Note 1)||0.408 g|
|Glutamine (7)||3.712 g|
|* Amino acid RDA/RDI's (RDA) are based on the World Health Organization's recommended daily intake (mg/kg per day)
for an adult human weighing 70 kg (154.3 pounds). "Protein and amino acid requirements in human nutrition". WHO Press, page 150.
† The World Health Organization provides a single recommended daily intake for the combinations of Methionine and Cysteine and the combination of Phenylalanine and Tyrosine.
~Data not available for tilde (~) items.
- Aspartic and glutamic acid function within your central nervous system as excitatory neurotransmitters that work to stimulate your brain, according to HumanNeurophysiology.com. Independently, aspartic acid's main function is to assist in the synthesis of other amino acids. Glutamic acid functions in sugar and fat metabolism, supplies glucose to your brain, plays a role in thought and memory and facilitates potassium transfer through the blood-brain barrier. (8)