Office Hours: Epic Meal Time & How To Make Pink Pee

by | Aug 10, 2011

Join us today at noon PST as we discuss the latest food news stories as well as my recent appearance on the evil and amazing show Epic Meal Time (yes, I ate the food).

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3 Responses to “Office Hours: Epic Meal Time & How To Make Pink Pee”

  1. Haha. Nice cameo. 😉

  2. hggh says:

    @24min in someone wants to increase IGF-1 and I saw this study the other day linked by DrEades:
    http://twitter.com/#!/DrEades/status/100600941677514752
    “Individuals with Laron syndrome who carry mutations in the growth hormone receptor (GHR) gene that lead to severe congenital IGF-1 deficiency with decreased insulin/IGF-1 signaling (IIS) exhibit reduced prevalence rates of acne, diabetes and cancer. Western diet with high intake of hyperglycemic carbohydrates and insulinotropic dairy over-stimulates IIS. The reduction of IIS in Laron subjects unmasks the potential role of persistent hyperactive IIS mediated by Western diet in the development of diseases of civilization and offers a rational perspective for dietary adjustments with less insulinotropic diets like the Paleolithic diet.”

    Part of conclusion: “Future efforts should be undertaken to lower the high insulinemic index of milk (I.I. 140) and other whey-based milk products to reach values of beef (I.I. 51) or cheese (I.I. 45) [16,29]. Furthermore, combinations of hyperglycemic carbohydrates and insulinotropic dairy with potentiating effects on IIS should be restricted.

  3. Liana says:

    “Hey, you wanna pee pink?” AWESOME! Had me cracking up, but I may have to try that on my son one day! 🙂

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