441: METABOLICAL: The Entice and the Lies of Processed Food, Nutrition, and Standard Medication With Dr. Robert Lustig

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Katie: Hello, and welcome to the “Wellness Mama” podcast. I’m Katie from wellnessmama.com and wellnesse.com. That’s Wellnesse with an E on the discontinue. It’s my recent deepest care line. And I am here these days with any individual whose work I in actuality gain followed for a extraordinarily very prolonged time. Robert Lustig is a professor of pediatrics in the division of endocrinology and a member for the Institute for Health Coverage Stories on the University of California at San Francisco. He has authored 130 belief-reviewed articles, 80 academic chapters and evaluations, and dozens of other papers. His 2009 YouTube lecture, “Sugar: The Bitter Truth,” has accrued 12 million views and is how I first found him. And he’s the worn chairman of the Weight problems Job Power of the Pediatric Endocrinology Society, to boot to many extra things. His resume is prolonged. And I in actuality gain him here these days to focus on about his recent e book, “Metabolical: The Entice and the Lies of Processed Food, Nutrition, and Standard Medication.” And it is actually, actually neatly written. I obtained to be taught an evolved replica.

On this episode, we hasten deep on subject issues fancy what it methodology to in actuality be metabolically wholesome, the things you are going to be unintentionally eating which would be poisoning your mitochondria without sparkling it, why things fancy dementia are on the upward thrust so grand, and how this straight relates to food, how disease is in actuality factual a symptom of the true topic, and eight factors that you would perchance additionally or can also no longer gain even heard of that in actuality straight make a contribution to your health. And these are especially necessary factual now, in same old, as we’re seeing rates of so many complications skyrocket and likewise by overall health and susceptibility to to any extent extra or much less illness. He makes a extraordinarily solid case, as controversial as it’ll also appear to some, for why there’s no space for sugar and processed food in our lives. And I mediate that you are going to catch this episode both racy and no longer easy. Without extra ado, let’s be a part of Dr. Lustig. Dr. Lustig, welcome to the podcast.

Dr. Lustig: Thanks so grand for having me, Katie. My pleasure.

Katie: Smartly, I’m angry to chat with you. I’ve identified of you for years and your work round sugar. You’ve got some enormous resources linked to that, that I’ll make certain are linked in the show notes. But I’m most angry to chat with you now, on fable of your recent work that I obtained a preview replica to be taught called “Metabolical.” And also you hasten deep on different subject issues on this one. But to open gigantic, can you extra or much less hasten us thru the ties to all the pieces that’s happening, particularly factual now, and why this modified into this sort of necessary work so that you can effect out?

Dr. Lustig: Smartly, in a nutshell, we haven’t mounted the topic. We’ve had a drawback now for the ultimate 50 years of persistent disease and environmental give plot whilst you happen to will. And all the pieces’s coming to a head factual now. And the topic is that folk don’t heed the connection between the 2. They don’t heed how our persistent disease and our environmental complications, and in actuality, our financial catastrophe that currently has befallen us vis-à-vis COVID are linked to one one more. In actuality, they’re one and the identical. We don’t gain three complications, now we gain one. And it’s a large one. And in actuality, assume it or no longer, begins with the food. Now, you would perchance seemingly well seemingly exclaim, neatly, the virus has nothing to construct with the food. Actually, it does. And our immune methods are no longer facing this virus in fraction on fable of our food. And also you would perchance seemingly well seemingly be taught about around the arena at what worldwide locations are doing higher than us and likewise you would perchance seemingly well seemingly hit upon that all the worldwide locations which would be metabolically sick are doing worse and these worldwide locations which would be doing metabolically higher are doing higher. So, actually, there is a relationship between our food, our health, our economics, and our local weather.

The effect a query to is, what’s notorious with the food? And the argument that I construct in the e book is that it’s no longer what’s in the food. It’s what’s been done to the food that issues. And also you would perchance seemingly well seemingly’t figure that out from any food mark because they don’t desire you to know what’s been done to the food. So you would perchance seemingly well seemingly’t in actuality reverse engineer your weight-reduction diagram per what you be taught in the retailer. So here is the crux of the topic. Food processing is the topic. All food is inherently qualified. It’s what we construct to the food that’s no longer. And what I construct on this e book, “Metabolical” and the subtitle of it is “The Entice and the Lies of Processed Food Nutrition in Standard Medication,” is in actuality settle on other folk thru from the molecular, the full system to the planetary glance, and thru the ultimate 50 years of what has came about to our health, what has came about to our healthcare, what has came about to our atmosphere as our food has been modified underneath our eyes and with our tacit approval. And whilst you happen to heed what the trusty topic is, then you definately can resolve it. You can not resolve a drawback whilst you happen to don’t know what the topic is. And for the ultimate 50 years, now we were attempting to resolve the notorious topic.

Katie: Yeah, that in actuality struck me in your writing. And also you mentioned the worldwide locations being metabolically higher off or worse off than we are. And I mediate here is this sort of necessary conversation around the foundation of what does it in actuality point out to be metabolically wholesome? On fable of I mediate it’s no secret that we’re seeing, as an illustration, obesity is drastically on the upward thrust, most persistent diseases are on the upward thrust. Same with the massive killers fancy cancer and heart disease. Everybody is conscious of these complications are happening. And I entirely keep in mind you that we’re attempting to resolve the notorious topic and that’s why we haven’t solved it. But what does it point out to be metabolically wholesome? Address, when we be taught about at us versus other worldwide locations and even individuals extra or much less on that scale, what are about a of the metrics of being metabolically wholesome?

Dr. Lustig: So I can show it to you in a mobile biological plot, and I can show it to you in a extra treatment plot, and I can show it to you extra in a holistic plot. So, let’s open with the mobile plot. To be metabolically wholesome methodology to gain mitochondria that work. And factual now, our mitochondria don’t. The final persistent diseases that we know of, kind 2 diabetes, hypertension, lipid complications, cardiovascular disease, cancer, dementia, fatty liver disease, these are all diseases of mitochondria. And when your mitochondria don’t work, you don’t work. And the topic is that food is supposed to construct your mitochondria work, except that there are definite things in our weight-reduction diagram that in actuality poison mitochondria. And so, working out what these chemical substances are, and some of them are listed as food, the largest one, clearly, being sugar and the second most important one being trans fats, but we know that and to boot they’re coming out of our weight-reduction diagram already, but sugar’s no longer, these in actuality construct our mitochondria no longer work as neatly. So, that’s the mobile biological kind.

From a medical kind, now we gain all of these diseases and to boot they’re all getting worse, at the side of dementia. The fact is that whilst you happen to fix the food, all these diseases reverse. And whilst you happen to heed the pathways of these diseases and how these diseases as regards to being, what you perceive is that the disease itself is no longer actually the topic. The disease is the symptom of the topic. So, excessive LDL. Excessive LDL is no longer the topic, it’s the symptom of the metabolic dysfunction. Excessive glucose. Excessive glucose is no longer the topic. It’s a symptom of the metabolic dysfunction. Excessive blood stress, symptom. Osteoporosis, symptom. In each and each single case, these are the signs of the topic. The trusty topic is mendacity underneath. Okay? So in train to fix a drawback, you gain to work upstream of the topic. So you gain to heed where the pathology is.

So factual now, I’m going to present you eight phrases you gain never heard of. And these are the eight subcellular pathologies that belie all these persistent diseases. And none of them gain an ICD 11 code. None of them are billable. And most importantly, none of them gain a treatment. And here they’re. Amount one, glycation, quantity two, oxidative stress, quantity three, mitochondrial dysfunction, quantity four, insulin resistance, quantity 5, membrane instability, quantity six, inflammation, quantity seven, methylation, and quantity eight, autophagy. Now, none of these are billable. None of these are the leisure that a health care provider is conscious of about because there’s no treatment for it. None of these are druggable. They’re all foodable. You might seemingly well fix all of these with food, but we’re no longer. And that’s why we’re all sick. And so, by giving any individual a statin, all you’re doing is papering over the topic. By giving any individual an antihypertensive, all you’re doing is readily fixing the topic. It’s fancy giving an aspirin to a affected person with a brain tumor because they gain a headache. Okay? It goes to also motivate their headache, but it no doubt’s no longer fixing their brain tumor. So here is what’s going on in the course of all of standard treatment. That is what persistent disease is and does. And we medical doctors aren’t touching it.

And so, then lastly, now we gain the societal topic, you perceive, the planetary glance. now we gain local weather immolation in fraction, you perceive, no longer entirely, but in fraction on fable of our recent food provide because now we gain advocated the foundation of trusty food for processed food. And in doing so, now we gain created a monoculture food system where the cattle are in Kansas and the corn is in Iowa. So, the cattle construct the manure and the manure construct the cattle sick. And so now we gain to present them antibiotics, which then poisons their intestine and ours. And the corn in Iowa would in general were fertilized by that manure, but since there’s no manure, now we gain to spray them with nitrogen fertilizer as a replace and the nitrogen runoff ends in nitric oxide. And that indirectly causes a worldwide warming, local weather commerce, and algae blooms, toxic algae blooms, and destroys waterways, and it’s changing the temperature in the oceans.

So, all of this comes from this thought that we are in a position to, you perceive, grow our food, and I point out that with animals too, on this willy-nilly style, in general, ignoring the precepts that saved us alive for zillions of years. And in the course of, we’re no longer factual getting sick metabolically, our complete planet is getting sick in the course of. So, how construct we reverse that? And that’s what the e book is about, is to show how the full stakeholders motivate by changing from processed food to trusty food, how everybody in actuality wins. And it’s fancy the Arab-Israeli war. There are too many stakeholders. You might seemingly well’t catch a topic that works for everybody, except that there’s. There’s particular person who works for everybody. But they gain to be shown how. And so this e book is with any luck going to level other folk in the factual path and be ready to get other folk to take a seat down down with the identical effect of information and search the advice of with one one more about how one can fix our broken food system so that we are in a position to fix ourselves, our healthcare system, and our planet.

Katie: Yeah, I mediate this conversation is extra necessary than it ever has been. And I agree, other folk gain heard me exclaim on here earlier than, you are your have necessary healthcare supplier. We’re each and each personally accountable for…And the majority of factors, fancy you factual explained and, fancy, we’re gonna hasten deeper on, is we each and each receive what goes in our body multiple instances a day, each and each day. It’s necessary to work no doubt with practitioners whilst you happen to gain a persistent condition who know what they’re doing and who can also furthermore be your accomplice in that. But on the discontinue of the day, the accountability lies with each and each of us. And also you construct this sort of solid case for the style collectively, and personally, we are in a position to construct a extraordinarily drastic commerce that is in actuality serious factual now.

And it drives me nuts. I’m certain you’ve considered about a of this as neatly. I’ve considered these going round that, you perceive, food doesn’t actually gain an influence to your persistent disease chance or your chance of getting any assert virus, at the side of the one going round factual now and that that’s no longer a large factor, sugar doesn’t topic. And it frustrates me. I can most tantalizing take into consideration how pissed off that makes you. But factual give us a tiny little bit of extra definite ingredient on…because I know we now know that, we know the connection between to any extent extra or much less metabolic dysfunction and higher chance from extra severe outcomes of almost any disease. So for me to belief advertising that it doesn’t topic, it’s so frustrating, and I’m certain frustrating to you as neatly. But why is that so necessary factual now?

Dr. Lustig: Smartly, factual now we’ve obtained this COVID crisis. Okay? So everybody’s obtained, you perceive, their eyes on, you perceive, that prize and correctly so. I’m no longer in anyway belittling the COVID epidemic. If the leisure, I’m attempting to motivate fix it. I mediate that the NIH and the CDC gain in actuality made things worse. I mediate that they gain got done us a severe disservice. And here’s why. They’ve recommended us three things that we want to construct: covering, social distancing, hand washing. And I’m sharp about all three of these. No topic there. But they overlooked the fourth, and to boot they left it out on map. The fourth is enjoy trusty food. Now, why does processed food topic for COVID? Smartly, here’s what we know. There are three groups, except the elderly, who gain their very have causes for immune dysfunction. With the exception of the elderly, there are three demographics that gain an increased morbidity and mortality with this virus, other folk of color, the overweight, and these with diabetes. These are the patients who get the sickest and who discontinue up in the ICUs, and who die at a bigger frequency than everybody else. Okay? All individuals appears to be like to lend a hand with these things.

Quiz is what construct these three demographic groups portion? They portion route of food. That’s what they portion. So why? Smartly, other folk of color, processed food is more cost-effective. No argument there. We heed that. Here’s the downside. There’s a portal on each and each of your cells in your body. And that portal is where the virus injects the RNA into the cell so that the cell can also furthermore be indirectly taken over by the virus and then the virus spreads throughout the body. That portal is known as ACE2, A-C-E 2, angiotensin-converting enzyme 2. That is an endocrine receptor that’s angry by water balance in each and each cell. And each and each cell, clearly, wants to gain their water balanced or it will swell and die. So, here is a ubiquitous receptor that is in the course of your complete body. And the virus is amazingly ingenious and has found out how one can employ this receptor as its injection level.

Smartly, turns out that insulin, the hormone insulin and all of these other folk are insulin-resistant, that’s the definition of being metabolically sick. And 88% of The usa is metabolically sick because they gain a excessive insulin. Turns out insulin will enhance the alternative of ACE2 molecules on each and each cell. And what that’s doing is that’s rising the chance that any particular particular person cell goes to settle on up the virus, and indirectly, trigger it unfold in the course of your body. So, you are rising your infectivity of this virus by eating crap. Second, we now know that the motive you die from this virus is no longer the virus itself. It is from the immune response, what we call the cytokine storm. So whilst you happen to get sick with exclaim, a cool, and even the flu, you perceive, you mount a cytokine response in an strive to strive to raze off the cells that gain that virus in train to definite that virus from your body.

But whilst you happen to’re unable to construct it, then your immune system has to ratchet it up and ratchet it up and ratchet it up and construct you sicker and sicker in an strive to strive to avoid losing away with that virus, and in the course of indirectly kills you. It is the cytokine response, the proteins that in general raze cells, it is that response that indirectly kills you. And it turns out that it be necessary so as to modulate down that cytokine response. And the article that helps you construct which would be something that comes from your intestine called rapid-chain fatty acids. And rapid-chain fatty acids are anti-inflammatory. They’re also anti-insulin. And so, whilst you happen to construct different rapid-chain fatty acids, you are going to be in higher metabolic shape. So where construct you get rapid-chain fatty acids from? You get it from the digestion of fiber. Soluble fiber. Smartly, our food is devoid of fiber because processed food is fiberless food. So we’re no longer getting the article we need in train so as to construct the rapid-chain fatty acids in train so as to damp down the cytokine response. Therefore, we are in grand worse shape facing this virus.

After which lastly, quantity three, turns out diabetes, excessive blood glucose, the glucose molecules crystallize round that ACE2 opening and abet it open so that the virus has a neater time injecting anyway. And so, it in actuality will enhance the chance of infectivity and virus burden as neatly. So the bigger your blood glucose, the worse off you are. And, clearly, how’d you get that excessive blood glucose? Smartly, because you’re metabolically sick from the food. So, three varied ways, ACE2, rapid-chain fatty acids, and excessive blood glucose maintaining open the portals. Every of these are linked to our processed food weight-reduction diagram. And now we gain shown, in our reports, that we are in a position to fix that metabolic chance in other folk in 9 days factual by taking the sugar out of their weight-reduction diagram. So, that’s pretty important. And I mediate that the CDC and the NIH were remiss and gain in actuality done us a disservice in no longer explaining this to the same old inhabitants.

Katie: That can even be plenty shorter than I expected you to command, most tantalizing 9 days because that modified into gonna be my next effect a query to is how prolonged does it settle on? I’m certain we are in a position to’t fully undo the full metabolic afflict in 9 days. But to decrease these chance factors, that happens that rapid?

Dr. Lustig: Smartly, we are in a position to get the fasting insulin down by 25% in 9 days.

Katie: So clearly, processed food, you’ve made a solid case, and in the e book even a stronger one for why that’s the article we want to be most cautious about. Are there some other…Address, are you restricting carbohydrates in the course of that length or is it factual turning to trusty food? What other pointers are you the utilization of?

Dr. Lustig: So, the e book doesn’t focus on particular diets, you perceive, or endorse any particular weight-reduction diagram. What I in general exclaim is there are varied ways to get your insulin down. There are varied diets that work. Any weight-reduction diagram that gets your insulin down works, but any weight-reduction diagram that gets your insulin down is trusty food. So it doesn’t topic whilst you happen to’re vegan or keto or the leisure in the guts, paleo, Mediterranean, you perceive, I point out, there’s a zillion diets that work. And the topic is that each and each dietitian has a weight-reduction diagram to sell you. Every nutritionist has a weight-reduction diagram to sell you. Every doctor pundit on TV has a weight-reduction diagram to sell you. I don’t gain a weight-reduction diagram to sell you. Okay? Reasonably about a varied diets work and I don’t actually care what weight-reduction diagram you’re on as prolonged as it’s trusty food. Doubtlessly the most tantalizing weight-reduction diagram that doesn’t work is the processed food weight-reduction diagram. And that’s the weight-reduction diagram, unfortunately, that The usa is selling. And that is our topic. And unfortunately, we’ve been procuring for it. And the motive we’ve been procuring for it is because the food industry is conscious of how one can construct that processed food weight-reduction diagram addictive, add the sugar.

Katie: Yeah. That modified into the next thing I actually desired to the contact on with you because you focus on that in the e book about it being, fancy, no longer factual as a technique of asserting that, but in actuality, fancy, addictive throughout the body. Address, there’s a complete hormone response that’s happening to that, that it in actuality turns into in actuality addictive. And as a mom, this actually raises topic for me because I mediate most of the things which would be regarded as kid food, which I hate even that note, but which would be kid food in our society are extraordinarily processed food. And we’re teaching our younger other folk at a extraordinarily younger age to fancy these foods and then initiating, extra or much less, that complete dependancy pathway. But I know you’ve explained this, you’ve even explained this years and years in the past when listening to you focus on sugar, but show what’s happening biochemically that these foods can modified into so addictive so rapid.

Dr. Lustig: Smartly, now we gain files, this files came out from the Monell Chemical Senses Center in Philadelphia that it’s already programmed into your tongue earlier than you’re even born per what mom consumed throughout the pregnancy. So we constantly expend that the sweet molecule and sugar called fructose doesn’t attain the tiny one. That modified into constantly the belief. And the motive we expend that is because the placenta doesn’t gain the transporter for fructose called the GLUT5 transporter. That’s valid, it doesn’t gain the GLUT5 transporter. It has the GLUT7, 9, and 11 transporters, which in actuality construct it even higher. Now the GLUT5 transporter is the one who’s fructose-particular. So everybody assumed it’s the one who’s fructose most tantalizing. Turns out that’s no longer valid. There are other transporters that will seemingly construct it also. And the placenta’s obtained masses of them. And there are in actuality files that show that what mom ate and what mom likes is what ends up being what tiny one likes, even factual out of the sphere, by newborns.

So, there is about a pre-programming, there’s some developmental programming that’s going on throughout the style, the gustatory, and likewise, you perceive, the hypothalamus, the methods in the brain which would be in actuality using this later on. So it’s no longer factual what you feed the tiny one, it’s what you feed the pregnant mom earlier than she even offers birth that issues. And that methodology that now we gain to fix the full food all over the board. It’s no longer factual the tiny one food, but it no doubt is the tiny one food and it’s the tiny one food for a lot of causes. Amount one, your tiny one has to grow. All factual, neatly, turns out that in train to grow, you will want oxygen. And in train to gain oxygen, enough oxygen, you gain to gain an airway. And whilst you happen to don’t gain a sufficiently big airway, you’re gonna discontinue up with obstructive sleep apnea. And now we gain babies and positively younger childhood who gain obstructive sleep apnea because their airway didn’t grow.

The effect a query to is, why didn’t their airway grow? The answer is because they didn’t grow their mouths, their palatal vault, the laborious palate huge enough because they didn’t effect enough stress on it from their tongue in the course of human breastfeeding. Turns out bottle feeding, the utilization of that varied nipple, doesn’t generate almost the stress to grow the incisive suture that’s in the laborious palate in train so as to raise the width of the palatal vault in train so as to raise the width of that airway. So, breastfeeding, we know is more healthy than bottle feeding. And, clearly, fructose because it poisons mitochondria causes you no longer so as to exclaim that oxygen.

After which quantity three, after breastfeeding is over, What construct we construct? We give these younger other folk pureed food. And it turns out pureed food is a drawback also because the childhood don’t gain to bite. And chewing is in actuality necessary for rising that airway also. So there are four muscle groups, the masseter, the temporalis, and the medial and lateral pterygoids. And these get stronger and higher and pull the airway apart to construct it increased whilst you happen to bite. So whilst you happen to hasten support earlier than there modified into tiny one food, earlier than there modified into Gerber, earlier than there modified into Beechnut, earlier than there modified into Carnation, you perceive, these started in 1901. But, you perceive, there were thousands of years where moms had to present their babies, or, you perceive, their tots, food. How did they construct it earlier than they even had teeth? What modified into the system?

The moms would in actuality pre-masticate, they might perchance bite up a tiny little bit of little bit of the food, and then they plop it in the tiny one’s mouth. Birds construct this. And we worn to construct this too earlier than there modified into tiny one food. And the childhood would gum it to loss of life. And that in actuality increased the strength of these muscle groups making that airway wider. And I can level to that here is the case because you would perchance seemingly well seemingly hasten support to dental fossils from, you perceive, pre-tiny one food days, and the chin, the mandible, the scale of the jaw is markedly increased in size when put next with what’s going on these days. And I can level to it societally because there’s one facial hairstyle that came in the 1970s and has never left. You perceive, we had mutton chops, and we had sideburns, and we had goatees, and Van Dykes, beards. Beards never left. And the motive being because they’re hiding rapid chins. So, we even gain a cultural societal marker for this topic. And here is an illustration that, you perceive, our complete airway has been compromised, which then creates the chance for persistent disease later on in lifestyles, all linked to the food, all linked to processed food.

Katie: Wow. That’s racy. I would never gain linked that relating to the beards, but the airway…

Dr. Lustig: Smartly, here is Wellness Mama, so that you gotta know what you’re doing to your kid.

Katie: Yeah, I understood the airway and oxygen and chewing connection. And seemingly 12 years in the past now I be taught Dr. Weston A. Mark’s “Nutrition and Bodily Degeneration.” And he talks a tiny little bit of bit about that chewing and the jaw construction. And he has photography of how drastically varied other folk on extra natural diets, how their jaw develops in a different way. So I modified into mindful of that. I had factual never belief about…the beard thing entirely is shimmering. I would expend clearly preconception would be basically the most tremendous time to open. And whilst you happen to’re gonna reverse that, is that fraction reversible in these of us who are already adults or who gain younger other folk who are already born?

Dr. Lustig: Smartly, it’s semi-reversible. I point out, you would perchance seemingly well seemingly’t…Once the cartilage in the mandible is mounted and as soon as the maxilla has expanded to no topic its most capacity is, and then it fills in thru what’s identified as cancellous bone development, you would perchance seemingly well seemingly’t construct it bigger except by surgical operation. But, you perceive, other folk gain jaw-rising surgical procedures. If you happen to get to younger other folk earlier than puberty, you would perchance seemingly well seemingly employ appliances fancy Crozats to strive to grow the width of the palatal vault by making employ of stress against it in an strive to strive to raise the airway size. And so here is something now that, you perceive, pediatric orthodontists are all over the effect and realize that, you perceive, actually, they wish to open seeing babies earlier than babies even gain teeth. They wish to open seeing babies at 6 months of age. And there’s in actuality a white paper from the pediatric orthodontic society asserting that they wish to open seeing babies earlier than they even gain teeth in train to make definite that the airway is patent and expanded as grand as attainable.

Katie: Yeah, I’ll effect a link. I’ve done that a tiny little bit of bit with my younger other folk as neatly. Thankfully, I did know pretty a tiny bit about fat-soluble vitamins so I modified into careful about that. And I actually didn’t expend too grand sugar when I modified into pregnant, which I’m even extra grateful for after studying your work. And whilst you happen to focus on about food being addictive, and I keep in mind you, I’ve considered that in my have lifestyles when I modified my weight-reduction diagram and positively with other other folk as neatly there, I point out, it appears to be like to be an incredibly addictive substance. It’s no doubt encouraging to hear that it’ll also settle on as tiny as 9 days to interrupt that cycle. But some other methods for the true route of of breaking that cycle? Is it pure strength of mind or angry by what sugar does to the body and that complete biochemical cascade, are there other things we are in a position to construct which would be supportive in that swap and guaranteeing that our body’s being neatly nourished while we’re attempting to interrupt that cycle?

Dr. Lustig: Suited. That’s a extraordinarily qualified effect a query to, Katie. And what I can exclaim is, you perceive, here is dependancy treatment we’re talking here. And physicians, and dietitians too, gain to heed the dependancy model and the dependancy paradigm in train so as to motivate other folk thru this. They need their hand held every time they’re attempting to terminate astray of food, and to boot they wish to…you perceive, they’ll’t be left to their very have gadgets for the actual same motive you couldn’t hasten away a heroin addict to their very have gadgets and depend on in a technique they’re gonna get off heroin without any outdoors motivate. All factual? That is an dependancy model and it is these first 5 days of sugar restriction that, you perceive, in general, tank merely about each and each weight-reduction diagram that, you perceive, anyone gets started on. And the motive being because the processed food weight-reduction diagram is loaded with sugar and it’s loaded with sugar on map because the food industry is conscious of as soon as they add it, you bewitch extra. And I can level to it culturally. There’s a phenomenon called trace elasticity. You ever heard of that? Mark elasticity?

Katie: Sure, I’ve heard of it a tiny little bit of bit. Yeah.

Dr. Lustig: So, here is the phenomenon, the industrial phenomenon, you perceive, economists measure this, where whilst you happen to raise the trace of a given food, then that food ought to discontinue up being consumed much less. So you elevate the trace, consumption goes down. Now, whilst you happen to raise the trace 1% and consumption goes down 1% that methodology you gain a trace elasticity of 0. If you happen to raise the trace 1% and other folk quiet bewitch precisely the identical amount, then you definately gain a trace elasticity of 1.0. Okay? So 0 to 1.0. Doubtlessly the most trace-inelastic objects in the food market are rapid food, snug drinks, and juice. What construct all three portion? Sugar. So, when the trace goes up, you barely blink an notice, and likewise you’re willing to fork over your laborious-earned dollars, no topic the fact that the trace went up. Doubtlessly the most trace-elastic item in the food market is eggs. So, when the trace of eggs hasten up, other folk pause eating eggs because there’s no sugar in eggs.

So, actually, the food industry adds the sugar to the food because they know they’ll add it and likewise you are going to bewitch extra. That is their hook. That’s their gravy put collectively. That’s why the food is factual overladen with sugar. It didn’t worn to be but it no doubt is now. And the motive being because the food industry found out that we fancy it. And we don’t factual fancy it, we’re hooked on it. And the solutions in the literature, no longer factual my files, you perceive, Ashley Gearhardt, Nicole Avena, many scientists on this side of the Atlantic…by the style, the Europeans construct no longer assume this, and it’s tantalizing why. There modified into factual a debate in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition about this, and we are in a position to focus on about that in train for you.

But in The usa, we’re very definite on the fact that sugar is addictive. And that’s why the full food has sugar. The topic is that the fructose, which is the addictive molecule, might perchance be the molecule that poisons the mitochondria and causes them to no longer work as neatly. So you discontinue up having both the toxicity, and the addictiveness, and the ubiquity, and, clearly, the outcomes on other other folk. And all of these are the factors for desiring law. And so, that is one of the most explanations that I in actuality were arguing for changing the food provide, seemingly thru taxation and thru other methods for attempting to alter the composition of particular foods and maintaining the food industry responsible.

Katie: That makes complete sense.

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Any other thing you contact on in the e book that I mediate is actually necessary to highlight is extra or much less this fraudulent dichotomy and fraudulent battle, I mediate, as you call it, between these varied dietary approaches. And I fancy you asserting you don’t gain factual a prescriptive weight-reduction diagram because no doubt my have plod has been realizing that there’s so grand individualization and personalization by weight-reduction diagram that if you save away with the junk, there’s quiet experimentation to establish what trusty combos and foods are gonna allow you to’re feeling your most tremendous. And so it frustrates me when any individual says here is the actual protocol, factual apply it to a tee, enjoy what I enjoy, and likewise you’ll be taught about fancy me. It doesn’t appear to work fancy that.

But there does seem like, extra or much less, this fraudulent dichotomy that appears to be like fancy a distraction between all of these extra dogmatic approaches, struggling with for their plot being basically the most tremendous. And what I’ve noticed over time, extra or much less stepping support from that is that whilst you happen to be taught about at it, merely about all of these are aligned. Address you mentioned, the Mediterranean, and keto, and even vegan, and paleo, they’re all aligned on many, many things. And they’re also all very anti-processed food. But in space of focusing on the commonalities, it appears to be like fancy other folk are inclined to get into battles over the tiny bits of variations. And also you convey this up in the e book. So, hasten us thru why here is a fraudulent battle and why it’s distracting from the trusty level.

Dr. Lustig: One plot or the other, you gotta get the insulin down. Okay? That’s it. You gotta get the insulin down. Smartly, there are two ways to get the insulin down. Don’t let it hasten up or don’t let it get absorbed. Okay? I’m sorry, don’t let the carbohydrate get into your bloodstream and don’t let it get absorbed. So you would perchance seemingly well seemingly either settle on away it from the weight-reduction diagram, that is also called the ketogenic weight-reduction diagram, otherwise you would perchance seemingly well seemingly inhibit its absorption on the stage of the intestine. And that’s called the excessive fiber weight-reduction diagram. On fable of sugar is the article that makes you sick and fiber is the antidote. So, a low-sugar, excessive-fiber weight-reduction diagram works. A excessive-sugar, low-fiber weight-reduction diagram doesn’t. A low-sugar, excessive-fiber weight-reduction diagram is known as trusty food. A excessive-sugar, low-fiber weight-reduction diagram is known as processed food. Now, within a low-sugar, excessive-fiber weight-reduction diagram, you would perchance seemingly well seemingly gain a ketogenic weight-reduction diagram, otherwise you would perchance seemingly well seemingly gain a vegan weight-reduction diagram, otherwise you would perchance seemingly well seemingly gain a Mediterranean weight-reduction diagram, otherwise you would perchance seemingly well seemingly gain a paleo weight-reduction diagram, otherwise you would perchance seemingly well seemingly gain, you perceive, a South Sea gallop weight-reduction diagram. You’re going to gain a host of different diets whilst you happen to in actuality wanna be on a weight-reduction diagram. And to be honest appropriate with you, I don’t mediate anyone actually needs to be on a weight-reduction diagram. And the fact of the topic is, you don’t gain to be on a weight-reduction diagram. Okay?

The 2 things that you gain to watch out of are the amount of sugar and the amount of fiber. And whilst you happen to enjoy a low-sugar, excessive-fiber weight-reduction diagram, you are fixing your metabolic perturbation. Whether you are on the intense on the keto discontinue otherwise you’re on the intense on the vegan discontinue is beside the level. And by the style, you would perchance seemingly well seemingly construct keto notorious and likewise you would perchance seemingly well seemingly construct vegan notorious. I point out, Coke, Doritos, and Oreos are vegan, all factual, but they’re no longer low sugar, excessive fiber, they’re excessive sugar, low fiber. So, factual being vegan doesn’t point out the leisure. So, I’m no longer against veganism, per se. I mediate it’s a alternative. I mediate that whilst you happen to wanna be on a vegan weight-reduction diagram, that’s dazzling, even supposing it’s also possible to gain to complement definite B vitamins and definite Omega 3 fatty acids. That’s dazzling if that’s what you wanna construct. If you happen to wanna be keto, that’s dazzling too, as prolonged as you enjoy some green vegetables to affiliate with it to up your fiber bid. So, I mediate there are ways to construct it factual and I mediate there are extra ways to construct it notorious.

And I mediate other folk don’t heed what these diets are for and why they work as soon as they work. And the fact is, most other folk don’t keep it up a weight-reduction diagram because Christopher Gardner confirmed very neatly in his A to Z hit upon that merely about everybody who goes on a weight-reduction diagram, two months later, they’re no longer on that weight-reduction diagram because all diets regress to the point out because you in general whisk. So I’m no longer for slipping. I’m for, you perceive, in general powering thru. But you don’t gain to energy thru with one particular weight-reduction diagram. You factual gain to avoid losing away with the sugar and make certain you’re eating enough fiber and likewise you are going to fix your metabolic topic.

Katie: What construct you exclaim to the other folk because I’m guessing there are some listening factual now who are thinking, “Smartly, that sounds too crude, and, “All the pieces sparsely,” and, “Sugar wants to be dazzling sparsely,” or, “I in actuality gain a chum who stays skinny and she eats sugar?” Roughly I know these objections near up when I focus on sugar and why there’s in actuality no dietary or biological need for it in anyway, that we get masses of carbohydrates fancy you mentioned paired with fiber in foods fancy fruits and vegetables, but how construct you answer to other folk who exclaim that?

Dr. Lustig: Suited. So in general what they’re doing is they’re factual reverting to this thought that it’s about calories. So, whilst you happen to focus on relating to the fact that you would perchance seemingly well seemingly gain sugar, what you’re asserting is you would perchance seemingly well seemingly gain discretionary calories. What we’ve realized is that calories don’t work. Energy are a mistake. Energy were a canard. Energy never made sense. And my job is to raze the calorie because it modified into never a suitable measure of what’s in the food or what the composition of the food is. The complete disorders that we are talking about gain nothing to construct with calories. Let me give you an example. Alcohol has calories. Is alcohol a food?

Katie: That’s an enticing corollary.

Dr. Lustig: Is alcohol a food? It has calories.

Katie: Yeah, but technically, no.

Dr. Lustig: Okay. There’s no weight-reduction diagram on the planet who would exclaim that alcohol is a food, but alcohol has calories. Smartly, sugar has calories, but sugar is no longer a food either for the identical motive. In actuality, sugar is metabolized merely about identically to that of alcohol. And that’s why younger other folk these days are getting the diseases of alcohol without alcohol. Fatty liver disease and kind 2 diabetes worn to be the diseases of alcohol. Nowadays, you perceive, 10-year-olds get it. And the motive being because your liver can’t whisper the adaptation. For alcohol, the massive dissimilarity between alcohol and sugar is that for alcohol, the yeast does step one of metabolism called glycolysis. For sugar, we construct our have first step. But after that, it doesn’t actually topic where it came from. The liver handles it precisely the identical. And whilst you happen to overload your liver mitochondria, then your liver has no alternative but to settle on the extra and switch it into fat. And that’s where the liver fat comes from. It comes from sugar. It’s no longer from eating fat. It’s from eating sugar and converting it to fat, a route of we call de novo lipogenesis, recent fat making. And here is what’s going on in the liver. And it happens with alcohol. And it happens with sugar.

And so, sugar and alcohol are only about identical. And no-one would exclaim alcohol is dreadful because it’s calories. Alcohol is dreadful because it’s alcohol. Smartly, sugar is no longer dreadful on fable of its calories. Sugar is dreadful because it’s sugar. It’s no longer relating to the calories. It’s relating to the biochemistry of the compound itself, which has nothing to construct with its calories. Any other example, trans fats. Trans fats gain the actual same caloric bid whilst you happen to burn them in a bomb calorimeter as Omega 3s. Omega 3s will assign your lifestyles. Trans fats will raze you. Omega 3s are the one most important thing you would perchance seemingly well seemingly effect in your body. Trans fats, there’s no acceptable amount of trans fats that is k to your weight-reduction diagram. Every trans fat you enjoy knocks off about a extra cells. Okay?

It is a quantitative poison. But it’s 9 calories per gram, factual fancy Omega 3s are because it has nothing to construct with the calories. It has to construct with the biochemistry of the molecule. And I can construct this unless the cows near home, Katie, explaining the adaptation between the biochemistry of a particular nutrient and its calories, and to boot they gain nothing to construct with one one more. So, this thought that you would perchance seemingly well seemingly enjoy sparsely because you are afforded discretionary calories is a friggin humorous fable. Okay? But it is a humorous fable that the food industry continues to promulgate because that’s their gravy chain, that’s their juggernaut, and that’s what keeps you coming support for added. And that’s what offers them license so as to effect no topic they desire in the food. And that’s what offers them the capacity to notify culpability.

Katie: To highlight something you factual acknowledged, I mediate is actually necessary that we’re seeing younger other folk gain the diseases of alcohol, especially linked to the liver. And also you talk plenty relating to the liver on this e book. And I mediate that’s a extraordinarily necessary part that is no longer centered on enough and that you’re doing a extraordinarily qualified job of teaching about. You’re talking about things fancy non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, and how eating fat doesn’t trigger that, eating sugar does. But I mediate especially for the oldsters listening, here is actually, actually necessary to heed because that’s metabolic dysfunction that’s happening at a extraordinarily younger age. And that is more difficult and more difficult to reverse the longer it goes on. So, what are many ways that we are in a position to particularly make stronger the liver both in these of us as adults who maybe gain already skilled these kinds of complications, and then especially in our younger other folk to make definite they don’t?

Dr. Lustig: So, in the e book, I requested the effect a query to, chapter 11, “What’s wholesome? How construct you whisper wholesome?” In actuality, the NIH can’t whisper it. The USDA can’t whisper it. The FDA can’t whisper it. There’s not always any definition of wholesome, except there is. Okay? The topic is they don’t know what it is. So in the e book, I show to you what the definition of wholesome is. And it is 2 things. And they’re pretty easy, except they’re no longer so easy. And here they’re. Amount one, defend the liver. Amount two, feed the intestine. Offer protection to the liver methodology no liver fat and, therefore, same old insulin sensitivity. Feed the intestine methodology let your microbiome construct the work and generate these rapid-chain fatty acids to be anti-inflammatory, anti-insulin, and likewise so that you don’t get leaky intestine to handbook to inflammation, which also causes insulin resistance. Offer protection to the liver, feed the intestine. Any food that does both is wholesome. Any food that does neither is poison. Any food that does one or the other, but no longer both, is somewhere in the guts.

Example, apples versus apple juice. So, it’s the actual same food, isn’t it? Apples and apple juice, aren’t they the identical? No, they’re no longer. Why no longer? On fable of apple juice is missing the fiber. The fiber effect up a barrier on the within of the intestine that stable the liver. The apples had it, the apple juice doesn’t. So, the sugar in the apple juice floods the liver. It does feed the intestine because they’re soluble fiber quiet in the apple juice. So, it’s somewhere in the guts. It’s no longer as spoiled as soda but it no doubt is positively worse than apples. And whilst you happen to be taught about on the solutions on glucose tour and insulin response between apples, apple sauce, and apple juice, where construct you watched apple sauce comes down? Is it extra fancy apples or is it extra fancy apple juice?

Katie: I guess maybe extra fancy apple juice.

Dr. Lustig: It’s extra fancy apple juice. That’s factual. So, actually, even easy processing alters the biochemical ends up in the intestine and indirectly altering what’s happening to the liver and to the intestine. So, it’s the food processing, no longer the food itself that issues. And the topic is you would perchance seemingly well seemingly’t know how the food’s been processed by studying the mark. The mark is actually useless. And what I mediate is we want a brand recent mark, no longer what’s in the food, but what’s been done to the food. And the extra things that were done to the food, the extra it be necessary to hasten away it on the shelf.

Katie: It appears to be like fancy it also goes support to that simple belief of factual browsing the outdoors of the food market and procuring for food that is ingredients no longer that has ingredients because whilst you happen to put collectively it at home, you gain plenty extra abet a watch on over what happens to it. I mediate that’s one of the most silver linings, no lower than I’ve considered in my have tiny neighborhood, of the previous year and the lockdowns and the full adjustments is that folk are, in different areas, cooking at home plenty extra.

Dr. Lustig: Smartly, they’re but the effect a query to is, what are they cooking? Kraft can’t abet up with the macaroni and cheese. So, it depends upon. Sure, other folk are cooking extra, and that’s qualified, and I’m no longer asserting that’s spoiled, that is qualified but depends upon what they’re cooking. And that’s where things can get a tiny little bit of bit sticky and dicey. Here’s a straightforward tidbit for all of your listeners to settle on away. If a food has a mark, it’s a warning mark because trusty food doesn’t gain a mark. Is there a mark on broccoli? Is there a mark on radishes? Is there a mark on carrots? You don’t want a mark. You most tantalizing want a mark…The USDA says you most tantalizing want a mark, the FDA says you most tantalizing want a mark whilst you happen to’ve done something to the food. So, food with out a mark is automatically trusty food. So, if it’s a mark, it’s a warning mark. And the effect a query to is what’s been done to the food?

And there are ways you would perchance seemingly well seemingly be taught what’s on the mark and determine what’s been done to the food whilst you happen to gain some clues whilst you happen to’ve gotten some practising. And that’s in the e book too, is how one can in actuality determine what’s going on. There’s also a paunchy chapter in the e book on how one can diagnose yourself and determine where your metabolic dysfunction is and what to construct about it. So, this e book is designed to be a manifesto and likewise an academic, and likewise a instruction handbook on how one can navigate your lifestyles and how one can navigate the food market all of a sudden. And indirectly, the map is to get enough other folk knowledgeable so that they’ll open striking stress on both the food industry, the pharma industry, and govt to fix the topic because again, you would perchance seemingly well seemingly’t fix the topic whilst you happen to don’t know what the topic is.

Katie: I know that we’re attending to the discontinue of our time and it’s extra than we are in a position to quilt in a podcast. But can you give us factual a brief overview of a few these ways you acknowledged you would perchance seemingly well seemingly diagnose yourself and, extra or much less, identified your have biochemical kind or where you are on the spectrum? Are you able to factual, extra or much less, give us a tiny little bit of little bit of that biochemical profile overview?

Dr. Lustig: Particular. So there are four things it be necessary to know. It be necessary to know your loved ones history. It be necessary to know your waist circumference. It be necessary to know your heart rate and blood stress. And it be necessary to gain some classic labs that your doctor can scheme, your doctor has drawn, you factual need the numbers. The one thing you would perchance seemingly well seemingly’t construct is you would perchance seemingly well seemingly’t hasten out of your doctor’s place of business with her or him asserting, “Oh, your labs are same old.” There’s not always one of these thing as same old. By no methodology gain same old as an solution. You will need the numbers. And in the e book, I in actuality give the ranges that for each and each of the lab tests that topic, by working out your metabolic living and how one will seemingly be ready to convert that files into something that is shimmering by your health and likewise something is shimmering by your food.

Katie: Ideal. Yeah, and likewise you explained it so neatly n the e book. Address I acknowledged, it’s extra than we are in a position to hasten into here. But about a of these, fancy your waist size and your waist-to-hip ratio, these are ones that we are in a position to measure at home and notice at home which would be straightforward and free. And I’m cosy that you give other folk such actionable tools. I promised I would appreciate your time, and I will. But a effect a query to I love to depend on in direction of the discontinue of interviews is as adversarial to your have, clearly, if there is a e book or a alternative of books that gain had a profound influence to your lifestyles, and in that case what they’re and why?

Dr. Lustig: Yeah, it’s a extraordinarily qualified effect a query to, Katie. So I would exclaim that there are three books that gain had an influence on my lifestyles. One I be taught when I modified into in eighth grade and I quiet mediate it’s basically the most tremendous e book ever written. It’s called “Steal 22.” And what “Steal 22” explained to me at a extraordinarily early age is that the inmates are responsible of the asylum. And, institutional administration is nearly constantly unpleasant. And to no longer have confidence anyone. The second e book that I be taught that modified into actually necessary to me, I be taught in medical college, and it modified into “The Lives of a Cell” by Lewis Thomas. And what that e book explained to me modified into how all the pieces’s linked, how the quite a lot of substances of the cell are linked, and how we’re linked to the planet. And that in actuality effect me up for being ready to heed what’s going on now.

After which the third e book that I be taught, and I be taught this grand extra no longer too prolonged in the past, in 2008, modified into a e book called “Pure White and Lethal” by British physiologist, nutritionist by the name of John Yudkin. And he modified into the first particular person to command that sugar modified into the agonize. And he obtained thrown underneath the bus by the food industry and by his nemesis, Ancel Keys, who believed that it modified into fat that modified into the topic, no longer sugar. And “Pure White and Lethal” is actually a prophecy about what is going to happen to us if we factual abet going down this route. Yudkin wrote the e book in 1972. And I couldn’t even catch it. I had to get entry to it from one more library, one more medical library. And the fact topic is Yudkin modified into very prescient, and he modified into prophetic. And he obtained thrown underneath the bus anyway. So, that in actuality explained to me how the system works. And I in actuality were an iconoclast ever since because I hit upon what the topic is and I’m attempting to get other other folk to belief the topic, too. So, I would exclaim these three books were most instructive and informative for me for being, you perceive, ready to, sort of, settle on this message out and construct something with it.

Katie: Elegant. I will effect hyperlinks to all of these in the show notes. These are recent ones for me as neatly. I’ll gain to take a look at them out. And I’m appreciative of your recent e book as neatly. It modified into a enormous be taught. I positively lend a hand you guys to gain up a copy. And also you construct this sort of solid case for some easy shifts that construct a large dissimilarity and I mediate, fancy we talked about in the very initiating, are even extra necessary than ever factual now. Thanks to your work, for the full years that you were teaching and talking out about these things, and to your time here these days.

Dr. Lustig: Oh, thanks, Katie, and thanks for being on high of this and being this sort of knowledgeable interviewer.

Katie: Oh, thanks. And because of all of you as constantly for listening, for sharing your most critical resources, your time, and your energy with us these days. We’re so grateful that you’re here, and I hope that you are going to be a part of me again on the next episode of the “Wellness Mama” podcast.

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