Dr. Ben Bikman BarBend Podcast

great. So, at the top of my head, I focus on the hormonal insulin. We’ve been talking about a lot of health problems and calories related to obesity and metabolism in the past, including what we talked about minutes ago or at least mentioned.

Insulin tells the body what to do by force. That is the theme. There are many ways in which insulin is not appreciated. One of them is the role of insulin, which tells the body to store energy or make fat impossible unless the hormone insulin is raised.

It can’t be. I know I’m speaking boldly, but I say it. If insulin is not elevated, you will not be able to actually expand human fat tissue or any animal unless it is completely stopped. Absolutely not.

Now again, I don’t mean energy or calories. it is. You have to have energy there, but insulin can’t tell the body to store that energy. It just can’t happen.

That’s one thing I know I can argue with, so I try to be very careful and cautious in what I say. Unless insulin is ingested, the body cannot store energy.

On this simple side – which I highly recommend to the end audience of the barbeque – is the role of insulin in protein anabolism in the muscle. That is very wrong. Insulin does not promote muscle protein synthesis. That’s not true, but insulin protects muscle protein. That is an important difference.

It is more accurate to consider non-insulin as an anti-catabolic signal in the muscle than to treat insulin as an anabolic hormone. Protects muscle protein.

This has been documented in vivo studies in living, breathing individuals who know that this does not promote insulin secretion and does not promote improved muscle protein synthesis. It is performed at a very high level in the individual muscle cells.

When they grow muscle cells with better amino acids, and ya-narrowly we call the branch chain amino acids, and to a lesser extent we call lucine – that muscle protein synthesis, the presence of these amino acids. Insulin does not speed up that process, but it does prevent the process.

That is important because people are growing into insulin resistance, and most of them are adults in the United States and many other countries. In fact, they have passed that point, the average adult. The muscle is one of the first tissues to withstand insulin. Maybe that’s why we noticed this high level of amino acids in the blood in type 2 diabetes, because it comes from muscle.

Because muscles can withstand insulin, insulin cannot protect muscle protein. Now, the muscle is gaining high protein catabolism. The amino acids are being released into the bloodstream, so you will have higher levels of amino acids in your blood because insulin…

Any other myth or misinformation. One last thing I want to say is, David, to change the subject, and I don’t go with him much, I don’t understand my diet. People call it lactic acid, which is not found in mammals. This is not a distorted form. She is breastfeeding. It does not contribute to acidosis or acidosis or muscle burning when it is overworked.

She is breastfeeding. Breastfeeding is a completely unappreciated fuel. The brain uses lactate as a fuel. Every cell in the body, with the exception of red blood cells, can absorb lactate and burn it in mitochondria, such as ketones for fuel. Again, the brain makes good use of lactate.

The liver uses most of the lactate to return to glucose during this amazing biochemical process called CORI. Breastfeeding is a very misunderstood substance. He is wrong, but not right.