Essential Data for Longevity - Aging Data Graphical Analysis

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Preparing for the Future | you cannot get there Sick

There is no amount of Medicine by Chemistry or Supplementation - That will cure a Bad Diet" ...70GoingOn100.

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 ... Duh.

Ref: ... Nutrigenomics and Epigenetics | contributor jul/2016
Ref: ... Personalized Nutrition | contributor Mar/2017

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.

Ref: Intergenerational Transmission of Epigenetics | contributor Feb/2017.
Ref: Carbohydrate Sensitivity and Metabolic Corruption | contributor Feb/2017.


Metabolic Corruption by Carbohydrates

Sugar Consumption vs. % Population Obesity

, 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 Epigenetic Processes.

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.

Ref: Sugar - the White Death | contributor Apr/2017.
Ref: Exponential Epigenetic Affects | contributor Mar/2017.


Salt and Potassium Requirements -

New Research - Optimum Salts Intakes

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.]

    In this study, sodium and potassium intake was estimated on the basis of measured urinary excretion.

  1. According to researchers, an estimated sodium intake targeted at 4-5 gm/day might be better. However, the Optimum range 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 …
  2. And, a higher estimated excretion of potassium was associated with a reduction in the risks of death and cardiovascular events on multivariable analysis …
  3. .ppt presentation, translate references (3,4,5) in slide to (20,20a,21,22)

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.


Insulin Resistance Responses -

Insulin Resistance - Carbohydrate Intolerance

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.

Ref: Insulin Resistance - a Metabolic Disease Part 1 | contributor July/2017.
Ref: Insulin Resistance - a Metabolic Disease Part 2 | contributor July/2017.



Tables: Data Information for other Pages

Example: Rolled Oats

Protein & Aminos

Serving Size:  100g or 3.5oz

Essential Aminos

Histidine0.405 g58%
Isoleucine0.694 g80%
Leucine 1.284 g87%
Lysine0.701 g73%
Methionine + Cysteine† 0.72 g65%
Phenylalanine + Tyrosine† (7) 1.468 g 120%
Threonine0.575 g85%
Tryptophan (7)0.234 g84%
Valine0.937 g110%

Non-essential Aminos

Alanine0.881 g
Asparagine (7)1.448 g
Aspartic acid (Note 1)0.408 g
Glutamic acid (Note 1)0.408 g

Conditional Aminos

Arginine1.192 g
Glutamine (7)3.712 g
Glycine0.841 g
Proline0.934 g
Serine0.75 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.
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  1. Aspartic and glutamic acid function within your central nervous system as excitatory neurotransmitters that work to stimulate your brain, according to 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)


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[ + ] Sources and References:

  1. RDA NCBI, Recommended Dietary Allowances: 10th Edition. National Research Council (US) Subcommittee.
  2. 1 wiseGEEK, clear answers for common questions What is Protein Synthesis?
  3. 2 Amino Acids, Amino Acids, Proteins (building block of life) represent the polymers of alpha-amino acids.
  4. 3 Dairy Council of California© , Protein - More Than Muscle Building, Whey Protein: Nutritional Powerhouse
  5. 4 Dairy Council of California© , Blog, The Whey to a Healthy Diet.
  6. 5 Healthy Eating, Do You Need to Eat Essential Amino Acids Every Day? by Melodie Anne , Demand Media
  7. 6 MedlinePlus, Amino acids, Protein in diet
  8. 7 Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Dietary amino acids and brain function, J. D. Fernstrom, PhD. University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Pittsburgh, PA 15213, USA
  9. 8 Human Neurophysiology, CNS Clinic, AMINO ACID NEUROTRANSMITTERS
  10. 9 Precision Nutrition, All about grains: Here's what you need to know. by Ryan Andrews
  11. 10 Science Daily, SD, Diet And Disease In Cattle: High-Grain Feed May Promote Illness And Harmful Bacteria
  12. 20 experts.asu, Arizonia State University, A theory of human life history evolution: Diet, intelligence, and longevity, Hillard Kaplan, Kim Hill, Jane Lancaster, A. Magdalena Hurtado
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  14. 21 The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 2007, Potential role of sugar (fructose) in the epidemic of hypertension, obesity and the metabolic syndrome, diabetes, kidney disease, and cardiovascular disease, Richard J Johnson, Mark S Segal, Yuri Sautin, Takahiko Nakagawa, Daniel I Feig, Duk-Hee Kang, Michael S Gersch, Steven Benner, and Laura G Sánchez-Lozada.
  15. 22 N Engl J Med 2014; 371:612-623August 14, 2014DOI: 10.1056/NEJMoa1311889. Urinary Sodium and Potassium Excretion, Mortality, and Cardiovascular Events, O'Donnel, M, et al.

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