Even Non-Obese Dieters Report Better Mood, Libido

 

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HealthDay Reporter MONDAY, May 2, 2016 (HealthDay News) Dieting might help improve your health, mood, sex drive and stress levels even if you’re not obese, a new clinical trial reports. HealthDay Reporter MONDAY, May 2, 2016 (HealthDay News) Dieting might help improve your health, mood, sex drive and stress levels even if you’re not obese, a new clinical trial reports. Your Wellness Even Non-Obese Dieters Report Better Mood, Sex Drive Dieting might help improve your health, mood, sex drive and stress levels even if you’re not obese, a new clinical trial reports. Dennis Thompson, HealthDay News MONDAY, May 2, 2016 Dieting might help improve your health, mood, sex drive and stress levels even if you’re not obese, a new clinical trial reports. MONDAY, May 2, 2016 (HealthDay News) Dieting might help improve your health, mood, sex drive and stress levels even if you’re not obese, a new clinical trial reports.

A group of either healthy weight or mildly overweight people who followed a calorie-restricted diet for two years lost nearly 17 pounds on average and enjoyed significant quality-of-life improvement, said lead author Corby Martin. Dieting might help improve your health, mood, sex drive and stress levels even if you’re not obese, a new clinical trial reports. A group of either healthy weight or mildly overweight people who followed a calorie-restricted diet for two years lost nearly 17 pounds on average and enjoyed significant quality-of-life improvement, said lead author Corby Martin. Dieting might help improve your health, mood, sex drive and stress levels even if you’re not obese, a new clinical trial reports. A group of either healthy weight or mildly overweight people who followed a calorie-restricted diet for two years lost nearly 17 pounds on average and enjoyed significant quality-of-life improvement, said lead author Corby Martin.

If you’re thinking you’d much rather have ended up in the ‘eat whatever you want’ camp, consider this: two years later, the calorie restriction group reported improved mood and reduced tension, plus improved general health and sex drive. What’s more, after one year on the new eating regime, they reported enjoying better sleep quality. Boosting sex drive isn’t just about things you can do for yourself, but it’s also about setting up a scenario like a date night or a special event that will get you and your partner better in the mood. Retreating a bit from the stressors of the day and spending undivided attention on each other is a simple way to put the focus on you and your. Sex-drive zapper: Mood disorders and meds Double whammy: Depression and anxiety can add to sexual problems, and menopause itself can cause mood changes.

Women get mood.

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Therefore, the analogous peri-ovulatory decreases in eating in women may be due to changes in estrogenic tone that affect ghrelin’s eating-stimulatory action (Clegg et al. 2007).

“Sex and Gender Factors Affecting Metabolic Homeostasis, Diabetes and Obesity” by Franck Mauvais-Jarvis
from Sex and Gender Factors Affecting Metabolic Homeostasis, Diabetes and Obesity
by Franck Mauvais-Jarvis
Springer International Publishing, 2017

Results from these studies set the stage for further research to better elucidate the possible role of sex differences in the relationship between weight loss and changes in mood.

“Handbook of Obesity Treatment, Second Edition” by Thomas A. Wadden, George A. Bray
from Handbook of Obesity Treatment, Second Edition
by Thomas A. Wadden, George A. Bray
Guilford Publications, 2019

Careful studies have revealed conditions under which overeating occurs—tiredness and tension, two kev elements of mood—and these same states reduce the likelihood of exercise, the very activity that can counteract negative moods.

“Calm Energy: How People Regulate Mood with Food and Exercise” by Robert E. Thayer
from Calm Energy: How People Regulate Mood with Food and Exercise
by Robert E. Thayer
Oxford University Press, 2003

It shows a clear correlation between diet, exercise, and hormonal balance.

“The Warrior Diet: Switch on Your Biological Powerhouse for High Energy, Explosive Strength, and a Leaner, Harder Body” by Ori Hofmekler
from The Warrior Diet: Switch on Your Biological Powerhouse for High Energy, Explosive Strength, and a Leaner, Harder Body
by Ori Hofmekler
North Atlantic Books, 2007

Depression, as just one instance of a comorbid condition, may mediate the path between sexual violation and overeating, such that individuals falling to depression may attempt to cope with their negative mood, decreased motivation, and low self-worth through undereating or overeating.

“The Oxford Handbook of Stress and Mental Health” by Kate L. Harkness, Elizabeth P. Hayden
from The Oxford Handbook of Stress and Mental Health
by Kate L. Harkness, Elizabeth P. Hayden
Oxford University Press, Incorporated, 2020

This mood modification theory of overeating has been further supported by research indicating that dieters eat more than non-dieters when anxious, regardless of the palatability of the food (Polivy et al. 1994).

“Health Psychology: A Textbook: A textbook” by Ogden, Jane
from Health Psychology: A Textbook: A textbook
by Ogden, Jane
Open University Press, 2012

For example, being sedentary and having a diet low in essential, unsaturated fatty acids can affect your sex drive.

“Testosterone Transformation: Lose Belly Fat, Build Muscle, and Boost Sexual Vitality” by Myatt Murphy, Jeff Csatari
from Testosterone Transformation: Lose Belly Fat, Build Muscle, and Boost Sexual Vitality
by Myatt Murphy, Jeff Csatari
Rodale Books, 2012

It also can challenge beliefs about dysfunctional mood modulatory behavior (e.g., “Only binge eating can help me to feel better”).

“Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Eating Disorders” by Christopher G. Fairburn
from Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Eating Disorders
by Christopher G. Fairburn
Guilford Publications, 2008

The results showed some differential changes over the period of the diet, with the dieters showing increases in both depression and loss of control, a decrease in hunger, and a temporary increase in the preoccupation with food compared to the nondieters.

“The Psychology of Eating: From Healthy to Disordered Behavior” by Jane Ogden
from The Psychology of Eating: From Healthy to Disordered Behavior
by Jane Ogden
Wiley, 2011

Because dopamine uptake drives the food motivation and reward centers of the brain (Volkow et al. 2003), when uptake is limited, secondary to the reduced availability of receptors, the drive to eat highly palatable, energy-dense foods is enhanced, resulting in excessive energy intake and weight gain (Fulton 2010).

“Handbook of Behavior, Food and Nutrition” by Victor R. Preedy, Ronald Ross Watson, Colin R. Martin
from Handbook of Behavior, Food and Nutrition
by Victor R. Preedy, Ronald Ross Watson, Colin R. Martin
Springer New York, 2011

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  • It’s so refreshing to hear someone NOT speaking from the viewpoint that “drugs should be used to solve all of your problems”. ��

  • Love your videos. Quality information. Veiny abs= no interest in the opposite sexat least in my experience. Biology doesn’t seem to care about aesthetics ):

  • All the research (in the article) took 4-5 months to read and connect into this piece of content, so I certainly hope you guys get some value out of it. As far as I’m aware, this is the only piece of content on the “interwebz” that traces the physiology of fat loss and sex drive (correct me if I’m wrong, I’d be interested in seeing it). Enjoy!

    (Sorry for the occasional “pops” in audio my mic has been acting up for a while, unfortunately)

  • Just come across your channel this last week, been binging the videos. You’ve really helped me with motivation for my diet I’m currently on, keep up the videos!

  • Hello there, I want to know if Erectodom Secrets, will work for me? I notice a lot of people keep on talking about this popular erectile dysfunction natural treatment.

  • Bipolar or schizophrenic people gain weight from antipsychotic drugs and that is what leads to 300% increase in risk for diabetes.

  • I have to give bodybuilding a shot next time. You look great, Patrick. Always going to support, bro. I’m posting here this weekend on my INBFLA win. We’re gonna make make a natty movement, my dude.

  • hi Jeanne
    can i ask you…does your coconut extract (that you use for soy milk) have any fat or oil in it?…ie glycol…glycerine?
    for the life of me i cant find any here in Australia that is totally fat free?
    would love to know all the details of the extract if it is….bc i sooooo miss coconut milk ��
    thx
    Georganne xx

  • I thought this was a talk on young people appearing at college already dependent on pharmaceutical drugs due to a pre-existing mental health condition. I didn’t think it would be a discourse on the limits of plant based diets as opposed to the benefits of meat based products. I’m glad so glad I don’t have to attend her clinic. She seems to be unaware of the levels of chemicals in the industrialised production of meat today. Going back in time is a great idea but we also need to remove the modern farming methods and replace them with traditional animal husbandry coupled with less exposure to over eating. The SAD diet is aptly named but who are these standard Americans? Standard American Diet might have seemed a boon but if we haven’t seen it for what it is worth now shame on us. Women eat the way they do because it is often the women who have the bulk of the care and home/work commitment. If the woman is harassed and over worked she doesn’t have time to eat according to Dr Ede. If money is a problem a woman may well forgo food so that her children can eat. There are too many variable to make such broad assumptions. This is missing some reality and indepth understanding of the true reasons why women may eat less meat or feed their children less meat. I stopped eating red meat when CJD surfaced and I certainly wasn’t going to feed it to my babies despite the assurances it couldn’t cross over from species to species. We are not all stupid or uninformed. Each person must chose for themselves what they believe is best otherwise what she is talking about is not a standard diet but an imposed mandatory and inflexible eating regime no better than that available to poorer peoples she referred to in her swipe at the reasons for traditional vegetarian diets.

  • Thanks Dr Ede for ur sharing. However, I wonder why you call depression, bipolar disorder as disease (u mentioned disease process). What’s the proof that they are diseases? What are the objective tests that show that they are diseases?

  • 9:44 what she says is even an understatement, just see “Lights Out, sleep,sugar and survival” one of the greatest books of all time

  • Everyone knows that to lose weight you need to restrict calories. Since carbs of any source have just 4 calories per gram versus 9 calories per gram from fat (meat and dairy), who can guess which is the better diet?

  • Corporate food industry is the main reason & blame for Global Bad Health. Trump needs to regulate these Greedy, Money hungry industry. The last thing on the agenda is your health. They keep pushing every thing that will eventually Kill you. This presentation was a superb eye opener for the entire Planet. Sad but few will take the lead to make changes.

  • Near the end of her talk, she “advocates for a pre-agricultural whole foods diet” ( 30:10). The presentation ended shortly thereafter with no elaboration on this point. Does anyone know what food stuffs she is referring to? To me, this would be the most important aspect of the presentation, something we can act on.

  • The data presented here tell a very compelling story, and cause those who choose to be rational to rethink some currently popular practices, namely the Standard American Diet and veganism.

  • I am bipolar and suffer from anxiety and I for the last 5 months have been on a Vegan diet.. It was by choice and I have suffered such horrific joint pain as well as my anxiety and depression has skyrocketed! I had no fat no oil and I walked 5 to 10 miles per day.. I was suicidal and had ZERO ENERGY in the 5th mi th.. I am now back on a high fat low protein diet and the last 2 days have been a night and day difference in my Mental health and my joints and pain are getting much much better..
    I highly suggest not going Vegan and if you do, DO NOT TAKE OUT THE FAT!!! I did KETO 2 year previous to taking the Vegan diet. The 2 years on Keto was the only time my Bipolar and Anxiety were at bay and almost non existant… Thank you for this message..

  • Yes…….. but who eats oysters with beans or corn?
    I eat them raw with lemon, butter, a slice of bread and sauvignon blanc.
    And if people (women!) ate real chocolate (70%+ cocoa), instead of cocoaflavoured sugar candy, they would probably eat less and enjoy it more.

  • Another great podcast that will force me to translate some of it in French for my mother. Doctors in Quebec are 150% under the thumb of Big Pharma via their lap dogs in the government and on the various medical committees. A few of them open their mouth but usually after they retired. The few that opened their mouths in the past were sent to the guillotine in public fashion. They use the old tactics from the Chinese proverb: Kill the rooster to scare the monkey.

  • Most people today are more educated than in the past. They also have way more social pressure than in the past with social media telling them how happy everyone around them are (yeah, right…) compare to them. To be successful you need to be BETTER THAN ANYONE ELSE, be more BEAUTIFUL THAN ANYONE ELSE, etc. Yet, most people don’t fit ‘the bill’ and to ‘succeed’ they believe they need to take drugs… after all, the athlete does it, right?..

    The society is sick, because it is driven by the industrialistic and the money makers, not normal healthy, loving, caring human beings… just look at our president to see what we consider being ‘successful’, you will see you don’t need to be owner of a phd to see how sick we are…

    The ‘system’ as we know it must change as it is now TOXIC to human beings. it is not a question of diet, it is a question of Global Well Being and a system that promote that.

  • Very interesting but I worry about doing this. Why?
    Cancer, by eating mostly meat or just meat you bump up IGF1/HGH (via diet) which has been linked to Cancer, angiogensesi, metasteses etc. Also linked to shortening life, look into mTOR pathway and Methionine and how they affect longevity.
    Valter Longo the Gerontologist has stated this, he genetically modified mice that had low levels of IGF1 and they lived much longer than mice who had normal levels, by ingesting only eat the gut then selects a type of bacteria that in linked with colon polyps and colon cancer.
    How many vegan, keto or carnivores became super centenarians? Very few if any. So these would be my primary concerns, Im not saying eat is not healthy.

  • Impressed that Georgia makes statements, where appropriate, along the lines of “this is just association, it doesn’t show causality”. It would be good if those who promote a low-fat/healthy heart hypothesis did the same.

  • If I eat fast food and a lot of crap for 2 weeks, my libido goes through the roof. But then I get fat and become unattractive!

    If I go on low cal diets, I get slimmer and become attractive. But with no sex drive.

    I wish I had just been made naturally lean!

  • Vegetarianism and Veganism constitute, therefore, a dumbing down process (agenda?) for the masses. Great presentation, thank you ����

  • Hi Jeanne, can you share your dog food recipe? I have a french bulldog that is almost 1 year old. She LOVES fruits and veggies, she actually begs for plain ole lettuce! I just worry about her teeth staying tartar free so it has to be a dry dog food to keep her teeth healthy. Thanks!!

  • Pat, keep digging! You look absolutely shredded. You’re going to be unstoppable on show day. You better film the show day for us so we can see you show off all your hard work!

  • Caveat: Though diet likely has ‘some’ role in mental health an dis-health….to take this too far is merely to fall into the modern reductionist / biological psychiatric paradigm. Most mental illness is transparently related to lived experience, i.e. abuse, trauma, neglect, negligence, poverty (inequality increasing at the same rate as the SAD diet, i.e. a highly confounding variable), war (largely caused by American imperialism) etc. Just ask anyone who is depressed or sad or anxious about their life…and in two minutes you’ll get the general picture. Here is an old article of mine from 2001, ‘Prescription for Scandal’ on the scandal of biological psychiatry and reductionist explanations of mental illness in general: http://www.academyanalyticarts.org/black-prescription-scandal?fbclid=IwAR0o8oq4N081l3avBO7XQx-yHE3oN2DwcRpEdYe0JfXIS1VTeudvy9UKces

  • The Grinch who stole the young ignorant vegan’s brain art at about 25:15 is nothing short of brilliant. One of the best pieces of art communication I’ve seen in a medical/scientific presentation, and I’m a professional medical scientific writer of over a quarter of a century.

  • Does anyone know if dairy should be included? I read so many mixed messages: that its no natural/we can’t process it, pasteurized is bad, unpasteurized is bad because of the dirty industry, only eat fermented dairy etc etc. So confusing…

  • An overweight Pyschiatrist speaking about Nutrition. BTW-Algae contains DHA, your statement is incorrect. There are several other points you are not correct about.
    Psychiatry is the scam of all the MD Disciplines, if there Diagnostics were real they’d be treated by Neurologist. People in this profession have done way more harm than good to humanity!

  • Loving the constant uploads. It’s really underrated how much time goes into creating quality content and editing it all in a timely manner. Props for the hard work. You and Eddy killing it! Can’t wait to see what you bring show day

  • >Brain needs animal fats to function properly
    >Vegans avoid animal fats
    >Vegans are essentially brain dead and spout nonsense all the time
    Cat with flower on his head transcending space and time meme…

  • Pasture fed, grass fed cattle that have eaten only grass and browsed wild plants, tree leaves etc, and has not been ‘fattened’ or ‘finished’ on grain based feed provide meat that has good quantities of Omega 3 fatty acids and not too much Omega 6. Feedlot beef on the other hand is bad news. You also want to find cattle fed on grass that has no fertilizer or poisons spread on it.

  • Very interesting. I have been diagnosed with Vestibular migraine and disassociative disorder & am trying to work out the lifestyle causes rather than resign myself to taking medication for the rest of my life. This talks gives me ideas for amending my diet.

  • Dr. Ede, Thank you very much for this valuable information. Have linked your lecture to a recent post of Prof. Janice Fiamengo; kindly take note of my comment there?

    https://youtu.be/-HmcJKYdxls

    Since the conditions of homosexuality, transgenderism, etc. were previously seen as unhealthy, disturbed states; are you maybe aware of any studies done on homosexual/lesbian/transgender/asexual individuals in connection with their diet?

    Was also wondering if you are aware of the GAPS diet developed by Neurologist Natasha C. McBride; used for more than 30 years; to turn around both psychological and physiological disturbed states?

    And of the research done by scientist Stephanie Seneff? Some years ago she wrote papers connecting a low fat diet and the lack of sun exposure, to the rising Autism rate. Currently she (and others like MD Zach Bush) are also concentrating on gut health (similar to Natasha); towards restoring the microbiome affected by toxic chemicals like the water soluble antibiotic glyphosate in our food chain, and even in the air. (Found them amidst cutting-edge lectures delivered at annual Autism One conferences)

    Believe the rise in madness to be connected to all the above including as result metal toxicity greatly induced through vaccinations… similar to what happened to Vincent van Gogh, who ate his paints. Have found various methods of detoxification (besides through natural bile production, and regular and extended fasting); such as high dose Vit C, bentonite clay, zeolite powder, activated charcoal, heat/cold therapy including cold shower/hot bath and sauna/sun and cold swimming pool, epsom salt baths, DMSO, coffee enemas, etc.)… Quite an adventure!

    Method in the madness: The animal-, chemical-, vegetationand vaccine gods; they all demand sacrifices.

  • her lecture is great and i watched carefully from beginning to the end but what is going on with her body? i hope her jumper is not covering a fat belly and wide waistline

  • Veganism nearly killed me and I am and always have been healthy. If they want to go vegan, well that’s their choice. It will just thin the heard. Went full Keto-Carnivore and I have never been happier and healthier in my life!!!!!!!!!!! Oh and Vegans PLANTS DO FEEL Pain, despite a CNS!

  • If everyone including parents fed their children this way perhaps there wouldn’t be so many shootings in the US and the prisons wouldn’t be bursing all around the world.

  • “How hospitals feed their patients”. This one hit home home for me. My Grandfather was diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer in the hospital staying, getting tested. The food they gave him was appalling! These high carb meals with diet soda or juice.

  • Both sides of my family are from Italy. So when you say Mediterranean diet that’s what they ate. They all live long lives but towards the last 15 or 20 not very healthy. Grains were cheap and can be stored for long periods of time, and they were poor. They ate meat, dairy products, eggs and vegetables and occasionally if they could find it fish. But mostly they survived on grains. So after studying the effects of carbs on the human system it’s not surprising they all were diabetic. I’d rather die running a marathon when I’m 80 then in a wheelchair drooling into a bucket.

  • In the U.S. the last 3 or the “We Need a Revolution” slide are currently a real big problem as all three organizations listed must follow the government’s dietary guidelines or face possible legal consequences.

  • Bad mental health also due to bad diet. Doctors recommending bad diets does not help and low carb is a bad diet. Diet needs to be whole plant foods that is low protein low fat high carbohydrate.

  • She “conveniently” forgets to mention the ‘virtual pharmacy’ of chemicals injected and fed into farm animals, ie: antibiotics and other medications, growth hormones and adulterated feed meant to make the animals grow fat and heavy as quick as possible so they can be sold for top dollar. She forgets to mention that part of the processing of chickens is to submerge their carcasses in chlorine in an attempt to kill of a slew of deadly bacteria from the chickens being crammed into filthy cages. Livestock is no longer allowed to graze on beautiful green pastures, they are kept in filthy barns side by side with dead and dying animals, the stench of death and excrement getting into every pore of the animal. While praising a meat diet, why does she avoid this exceedingly vital topic that has enormous health implications??!!

    Although she states valid points regarding processed foods, sugars, junk foods, she oversteps her expertise by delving into “whole plant based” or “vegan” diets because there simply have not been sufficient long term studies done on people who eat pure, healthy whole plant-based foods, who avoid processed foods and junk foods. Most teenagers, even those who call themselves “vegans” eat a large amount of junk food and sugar-laden processed foods. Dr. Ede’s bias towards meat is so obvious that I wonder whether she is sponsored or receiving some benefits from a meat/dairy based company. She offers up a lot of opinion, speculation disguised as data, while never clearly stating the source of these “studies”.

  • So, I should eat more oysters? Well alright it’ll be a terrible hardship but just for my brain, I’ll grin and bear it….





    WOOHOO!! �� I knew there had to be some medical reason to consume my favourite food. Thanks Doc!

  • “Pre-agricultural whole foods diet” like it… but I get my DHA from algae, which is the same place that fish get it. I am concerned about over-fishing, which is killing our oceans. None of us will be able to eat fish if there’s no life left in the oceans. We used to get wild Atlantic salmon all the time but now it’s never available. Much of the fish in the ocean has been contaminated with mercury and other pollutants.

    I’m also concerned about the cruelty of the factory farming industry. It’s ok to feel compassion in our hyper-masculinized world (ie, compassion does not equal weakness). I attempt to source my meats from humane, local sources. I don’t eat pork because pigs are very smart and the factory farming industry for them is one of the worst out there.

    One can be omnivorous, ketogenic, and still give a shit.

  • Just knowing sugar wreaks havoc on your health isn’t enough to eliminate it from the diet for a lot of people.
    “Radiant Recovery” and the book: “Potatoes Not Prozac” promote a way of eating that eliminates sugar cravings (SEE WARNING BELOW). I think more people would eliminate sugar if it were that easy but trying to quit sugar cold turkey if you’re an “addict” is impossible.
    I’m living proof of how a plant based diet with lots of soy to up my protein destroyed both my thyroid and my brain trying to follow the “Potatoes Not Prozac” protocol for the amount of protein needed every day.
    WARNING: don’t try to follow any high protein diet as a vegetarian and seiously reconsider consuming soy on a frequent/regular basis!! Eating lots of soy is like playing Russian roulette with your thyroid.

  • If any particular food caused a particular illness it would be common knowledge by now. I have been eating bread and drinking milk for 88 years and fortunately have never suffered with depression. Admittedly I have recently acquired not only leukemia but also PMR disease but then Mother Nature likes to make sure you don’t live for ever. It is natural that we try to improve our health by searching for the best diet but the problem could be more complicated. We are extensions of the bodies of our ancestors and so we come with bits of their problems built in.

  • Doctor you need to log in to nutritionfacts.org.…to get your medical evidence. You have skewed your “scientifically sound” facts…..gave this a thumbs down due to lack of credibility.

  • I read about a study some men lost 33lb and they all regained their erectile function. Belly fat can really cause ED. Man, I gotta lose like 40 lb.

  • Diet in India has been plant based for Millenia. However, heart disease is rampant since introduction of cheap vegetable oil replacing the traditional gee, clarified butter.

  • I was beginning to experience memory loss and slight dementia in year 2 of a Vegan DIE it! �� Now eat a lot less sugar as in Maple Syrup that Vegan recipes call for, and Fruit. Now, I eat Ribeye Steak and Eggs, and lots of of my energy is restored my memory is sharp and my balance is better. I was having staggering symptoms, such as: Short ess-ofbreath, fainting spells and blacking out! I was also aging, getting white eyebrow hairs and plus_ my hair was falling out. My Hypothyroidism was suffering and so I was like, ” Why am I on this diet, it is slowly killing me? ” #exvegan #proudexvegan ��

  • The UN has just announced that they want the entire world to go Vegan. Of course BAYER ( the new owner of Monsanto’s GMO’s ) will own the worlds food production, and supply drugs when the people get sick from GMO’s and the lack of vitamins and minerals. By then, all organic foods won’t exist ( 5G frequencies will have a hand in that), and Holistic doctors / Naturapaths / and health food shops, will be a thing of the past. This ‘ global warming from CO2 ‘ scam…. is what Agenda 21 and the whole NWO take over is based on. So all you young kids had better start doing some critical thinking….. because this is the new World War 3, and your being attacked from within.

  • Totally agree except for the autism thing. Myself and two sons have Asperger’s. I feel I’m very lucky that I discovered the low carb diet before my pregnancies so both sons received huge amounts of fats and protein. Both are very intelligent and one is exceptional in every subject but the more intelligent son is more autistic.

  • Vegans are like ginger cookies. Their brains are up to 20% smaller than most others. The main difference? It’s not self inflicted for a cookie.

  • OMG I am so happy when Dr Barnard talk about vegan foods for dogs! I am like you Jeanne, I hate to deal with meat and the only time I have to deal with meat is to cook for my puppy Golden Retriever.

  • this lady has a good heart with pure true intentions to help others through the mental struggle and you can hear it in her lovely voice. bless her soul.

  • Although vegetarians have lower iron stores, adverse health effects of lower iron and zinc absorption have not been demonstrated with varied, plant-based diets consumed in developed countries. Nutr Rev. 2002 May;60(5 Pt 1):127-34.

  • She’s the best!!! My son was diagnosed with bipolar and I cant get him to go keto or carnivore at all, total sugar addict. Sorrow.

  • Eliminated meat many years ago, and I do not supplement. No way I could tell you whether that has effected me. Last checkup no deficiencies were flagged. It was not hard to come by an opposing view: from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19500961 one conclusion: ‘There is no evidence of adverse effects on health or cognitive function with lower DHA intake in vegetarians’. Diet evaluation is a bit of a rabbit hole, lots of folk have done considerable trial and error. First time I noticed the term ‘pre-agricultural’, a seemingly sensible concept.

  • This is irresponsible, recommending a diet for which you have absolutely no evidence! There are studies that prove the more plant based the diet, the lower the rate of dementia, depression and anxiety. Anything that helps the blood vessels, helps the brain. You look like you could benefit from a plant based diet yourself,

  • I’m really surprised that neither of you mentioned raw organic flax or chia seeds (ground of course just before use) for omega 3s? Omega 3s in the form of raw organic flax or chia seeds are a crucial part of Dr. Brooke Goldner’s (btw Jeanne, Dr. Goldner would be fabulous on your show just saying:)) hyper nourishment program. Love your channel Jeanne Keep up the great work! xo

  • I love the fact that various researchers can give quality infos to lay people bypassing the various filtering committees which h are usually nothing more than cesspools of vested interests.

  • Babied, coddled, helicopter parents breeding emotionally, socially, spiritually, physically underdeveloped, stunted, weak children who don’t mature. Add a crappy diet, no exercise, no responsibility, feeling of helplessness, all manner of psychoactive drugs—-legal or otherwise, life-controlling habits, self-harming coping mechanisms…disaster!

  • Hey just wanted to say “keep up the great work guys!!!” Love watching the vids gents you guys are killing it. Good luck Patty, you are gonna do amazing.

  • Dogs do well with beans, yuca, quinoa, potatoes, butternut squash, oatmeal, and nutritional yeast…Do, not give dogs large amounts of garlic, small does only if any…

    Whole vegan plant based foods on Instagram for people and dogs….= mikewakethefoodup

  • Not to minimize the dietary and nutritional aspects of mental health but there’s a lot more chronic mental health injury that the structure of our “civilization” is responsible for. You didn’t really think we could convert a human tribal social structure into an insectoid “eusocial” one without side effects, did you?

  • 10:10 I have very strong reactions to blood sugar levels. After I drink a coffee in the morning and then eat some waffles or milk and cereals or anything sugary, give it 2-3 hours and I get a strange sensation of hunger combined with a strange dizziness (more like tunnel vision) that I never feel otherwise and a strong desire to eat pork or, awkwardly enough, mayonnaise. If I eat something it passes right away.

  • Very good points about veganism! Might help explain why vegans want to kill meat eaters. https://time.com/4318123/vegan-restaurant-death-threats-meat-cafe-gratitude/

  • Great talk to begin with! Though the end got a little anti-vegan… a quick google search showed Carnivore Cast are at the top of her list of patrons… ��‍♀️

    So then I checked the EAT-Lancet report she referenced about omega 3s, and sure enough, the ellipses (…) in her quote cuts out the phrase “plant sources are more widely available.” ��

    If you think she’s not selling anything, look who’s paying her.

    I have to say, I haven’t eaten any animal-derived products in years, I get a comprehensive blood test every so often and am NEVER low in anything. I feel much better for it. I do not take supplements.

    Before that, I was an omnivore and never ate SAD food and considered myself healthy… yet I was constantly low in iron and b12. ����‍♂️

    I’ll stick to What The Health for the facts, I think.

  • So good. Wish my husband would go plant base or at least get off of cheese. He has watched forks over knives and started eating more salads but with grilled chicken. We plan to watch the new movie next weekend. We are both 72.

  • She’s so full of shit that’s why her brain is not working right. I have not eaten meat in over 20 years, no dairy in over 15. Im 54 years old, no supplements, no extra vitamins, had my blood work done its all fine, Im 6’3″ tall, 200lbs, can still bench 250, operate on 4hrs sleep per night. Id like to see her do that. There are olympic athletes, strongest men in the world, endurance athletes all putting thier bodies at the top possible levels of human achievement on plant based diets. Today’s society is all about me me me. MY meat, my choices. No its not. This “rocket scientist” fails to realise the big picture; it takes 30-50 times as much land and crops to make feed for animals that we will only realise 30% of “meat” from that animal. It takes 2500 gallons of water to make 1lb of meat, 55 sf of rainforest to make 1 quarter lb burger, 750 gallons to make one quart of milk, then there’s the energy use and we haven’t even touched on the unimaginable and totally unnecessary cruelty. Apparently you are lacking something in your brain or maybe the red dye in your hair got absorbed by your brain which inhibits sensory perception. Keep eating your dogs and cats miss scientist. Oh wait, I guess you don’t eat them right?

  • Just an FYI: that mustard isn’t 0 calories:) It’s 1G of carbs per 5g of mustard. And the way you lathered it on in the previous video, I’d say you’re putting on more than 5G of it lol. I guess just depends on how strictly you’re watching your macros! Just thought I’d give you a heads up!