Video : What’s to blame for Insulin Resistance, Carbs or PUFAs? A very friendly debate with Ben Bikman, PhD

Benjamin Bikman earned his PhD in Bioenergetics and was a postdoctoral fellow with the Duke-National University of Singapore studying metabolic disorders. Currently, his professional focus as a scientist and professor (Brigham Young University) is to better understand the origins and consequences of metabolic disorders, including obesity and diabetes, with a particular emphasis on the role of insulin. He frequently publishes his research in peer-reviewed journals and presents at international science and public meetings.

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0:11:14 Podcast Begins

0:11:54 Ben's Background

0:17:53 The root of chronic disease

0:25:38 All about insulin

0:31:14 Regulation of free fatty acid metabolism by insulin in humans: role of lipolysis and reesterification

0:31:51 Insulin stops lipolisis

0:34:35 Insulin's affect on the liver

0:40:10 Insulin and muscle cells

0:43:20 Why you want to increase protein as you age

0:48:47 Low Protein Intake is Associated with a Major Reduction in IGF-1, Cancer, and Overall Mortality in the 65 and Younger but Not Older Population,Younger%20but%20Not%20Older%20Population&text=Cell%20Metab.,Author%20manuscript.

0:51:00 Animal-based diets optimize muscle protein sythesis

0:55:12 Industrial Seed oils have a fantastic publicist

0:58:05 Do carbs drive metabolic dysfunction?

1:07:07 Effect of sustained physiologic hyperinsulinaemia and hyperglycaemia on insulin secretion and insulin sensitivity in man

1:07:42 How linoleic acid drives metabolic dysfunction

1:09:32 How linoleic acid drives metabolic dysfunction. 

1:11:47 Low serum insulin in traditional Pacific Islanders--the Kitava Study

1:14:29 Carbs are not to blame

1:19:05 Thriving is dependent on micronutrients

1:22:19 The secret to overcoming plateaus on low carb diets

1:25:28 Epidemiological studies in a total highland population, Tukisenta, New Guinea: Cardiovascular disease and relevant clinical, electrocardiographic, radiological and biochemical findings

1:25:58 Classification of Obesity with Respect to Morbidity

1:27:46 Does fructose make us fat?

1:28:32 What makes honey different?

1:30:45 Effect of honey in preventing gingivitis and dental caries in patients undergoing orthodontic treatment,in%20patients%20undergoing%20orthodontic%20treatment.

1:31:11 Substituting Honey for Refined Carbohydrates Protects Rats from Hypertriglyceridemic and Prooxidative Effects of Fructose

1:32:15 Effect of fructose on body weight in controlled feeding trials

1:33:21 Oral health in transition: the Hadza foragers of Tanzania

1:34:53 Hyperplastic vs hypertrophic fat cell growth

1:40:01 FADH2, NADH, and mitochondrial magic

1:43:27 Diet fat composition alters membrane phospholipid composition, insulin binding, and glucose metabolism in adipocytes from control and diabetic animals

1:43:27 Unwanted insulin sensitivity

1:50:01 Dietary Stearic Acid Leads to a Reduction of Visceral Adipose Tissue in Athymic Nude Mice

1:52:16 dietary stearic acid regulates mitochondria in vivo in humans

1:54:17 Effects of Macronutrient Distribution on Weight and Related Cardiometabolic Profile in Healthy Non-Obese Chinese: A 6-month, Randomized Controlled-Feeding Trial

2:01:29 CarnivoreMD's CGM readings

2:05:16 CarnivoreMD's Fatty Acid Markers

2:06:28 Where to find Ben Bikman

2:09:19 What Ben Bikman finds radical