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Methew Wade

54 thoughts on “Flashback Friday: Heart of Gold -Turmeric vs. Exercise”

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  2. hi there! Guys, I want to ask you, can you help me with the scientific research that proves the rotting of meat in the gut? Or is it not proven? I understand that the doctor (the author of the video) will not answer me, so I turn to the commentators. Thanks.

  3. How much vegan fat in diet is healthy for heart health ? 10% macros, or 40%? And what vegan fats are healthy/ unhealthy? ☺️☺️☺️☺️ what macros of carbs/ protein , for vegan athletes? ☺️

  4. I eat a piece the size of a finger in my salad dressing everyday, along with black pepper and some sprinkled walnuts!

  5. Were those tests (turmeric) done w/ the addition of freshly ground black peppercorns (FGBP)? If not, then the effect should be even much stronger if FGBPs are also consumed w/ turmeric, correct?

  6. Do you think that a person with heart issues could benefit from:

    1. Fruits and veggies diet
    2. Intermittent fasting
    3. Daily exercise
    4. Supplement with proteolytic enzymes, proargi9+, Vit K2/D3, Algal Omega 3, spirulina/chlorella, and turmeric

    Cuz I have heart issues and this is what I do.

  7. Wait a minute, you said vitamin C instead of ascorbic acid like the reference indicates. There is a big copper molecule difference. Why did you do that?

  8. I love turmeric in my lentil soup and stew. I made it recently with lots of onions, lentils, and split peas. All I add is either potato or sweet potato chunks over rice with kale garnishes and it is a complete meal. Yum! ❤️👍😊🇨🇦

  9. I use turmeric on scrambled tofu, but used to put it in smoothies. I like to find whole turmeric root and add it to a meal, like ginger. Just dice it up and incorporate into veg stir 'fry.' Yum! Good info, Dr. Greger.

  10. 1 tsp of ground turmeric and a big pinch of black pepper at a time, once daily I do. DAILY DISCIPLINE FOR ME

  11. Consumed 1/4 tsp turmeric daily for 4 months and experienced 2 “extra” menstrual cycles during that time. Have heard stimulation of menstrual cycles is a possible side effect of turmeric consumption FYI.
    Wondering if the doctor would advise that the health benefits outweigh the side effects (?)

  12. Dr. G didn't mention that black pepper should accompany the turmeric – I also have heard that a little fat is also good like avocado.

  13. Liposomal encapsulated turmeric is available on Amazon from any one of several different vendors. If you want to truly absorb various nutrients/supplements look at liposomal tech. Livon Labs has a large line on Amazon, there are others coming along in their wake.

  14. I really appreciate what Dr.Michael Greger has done to transform our conventional medical thinking toward better health. So, inspired by him I jumped out of my comfort zone and now I am on target to make one video every 48 hours and already started a YouTube channel as a dermatologist and Naturopath 2-3 weeks ago regarding how you could SAVE LIVES and MONEY by natural medicine and healing power of your own skin and body curring/reversing the current hair and skin issues and chronic diseases such as Diabetes, Cancer, Autoimmune diseases.
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  15. I have a teaspoon in warm water, freshly squeezed lemon juice, ACV and black pepper to kick start my system every morning. If I'm feeling adventurous I'll add in a pinch of kala namak! 😉

  16. Doctor, I have hyperthyroid and I sometimes feel my heart race fast. It's like I've been running but I'm just lazying around. I have hair fall problem too. Do you know how to cure this disease? I'm scared because of my irregular heart beat I'm having almost every day.

  17. I grew up eating my mum’s curry dishes , but since young adulthood I put turmeric and other spices in just about everything I cook. Hopefully this counteracts my consumption of tuna and other meats I ate in bulk as a young man.

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