YOUTUBE Video, Tony Pantalleresco (The Remedy) Liposome With Sunflower Lecithin

Here is a new video from Mr Pantalleresco. This is brand new and Tony has been snowed under with questions and comments about it! Controversial as ever. This is so new that I haven’t had time to watch the full length! So here I go taking a risk….. Enjoy

Tony Pantalleresco Radio show Notes for Shows on September 14th, 21st And 28th

NOTE: THESE SHOW NOTES WERE POSTED ON THE QUICK AS WE ARE BEHIND. THESE WILL BE ARRANGED IN A BETTER MANNER SOON

Show of the Month September 14 2013

Topics :

Isolate Elemental Iodine from Potassium Iodide
New Microchip Can Mimic How a Human Brain Thinks

Is GMO CORN making you sick

Nanoparticles Don’t Belong in Organic Foods
Toxic Nanoparticles Might Be Entering Human Food Supply

Effects of nicotine, its metabolites and tobacco extracts on human platelet function in vitro

We Are Change –Benadette Green

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Health News Round Up Week Ending 27th October 2013

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So here we are again. lots of new in the world of health and wellness as usual. We have some interesting news, some depressing news, and some Shocking news! We have a couple of items about the radiation leak in Japan… Remember that? It was big mainstream news when it happened but now… you hear nothing. Is that because it has all been moped up and sorted out? Apparently not. And both Natural News and GreenMedInfo have an update for us.

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WE ARE BACK …… Yes, Again!!!!

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Soooooooooooo I have been away for a bit. A trip to the south of France, and Trip to Madeira, being out of the house at the day job for over 12 hours a day and having to re vamp and send out order for the Supplement shop www.yourhealthsupplements.co.uk and the moving of my old site www.livelongerlivestronger.co.uk that was hit by a virus some months ago, to a new server, has left me unable to post.

I am back now though and once again will be trying to get back to regular multiple posts a week routine……

So whats been going on?

I have been listening to and reading up on Dr Joel Wallach. He is an amazing man on an amazing mission. I will do a dedicated blog about Dr Wallach but lets just say he is a man that was scorn by the medical industry many decades ago and has been on a health truth mission for all that time! Dr Wallach’s books are very informative and i’ve been loving his books and will share lots of info in the near future.

So lets take a look at some recent health news…..

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Fat Loss

Fat Loss

The number one resolution every January is fat loss. Loosing fat is a HUGE industry. Literally we spend BILLIONS of ££££ per year on trying to get rid of excess fat.

In our Diets section I covered briefly my personal views on diet, and the different types of diets that there are. There is a massive range of diets out there to choose from. One reason is because there is more than just one way to loose fat. In this section ill go over some methods I have used and liked.

Here goes the disclaimer again though – Remember to ALWAYS consult with your GP before starting any new diet or exercise routine. Any information on this web site is my own opinion and not specific advice for any one.

There are a million various types of diet out there. It seems every minute some one thinks up another angle to make money from people trying to loose unwanted fat. Normally people sell you some thing. A pill, a potion, a points scoring system!! You must remember that there are absolutely NO silver bullets. There is no magic when it comes to loosing fat.

Although debates still rage on between nutritional experts about the very best way to eat and to loose fat, there are some simple rules that work and you can use but don’t get caught up in marketing hype!

Some simple rules i like to stick to are listed below.

  1. Drop refined, simple sugars – White bread, Pasta, cakes, sweets etc
  2. Add LOTS of green veg
  3. increase your protein
  4. Increase your consumption of good fats – Olive oil, Fish oils (Omega 3’s) some saturated fat – Egg yolk.
  5. Use as many herbs and spices as you can
  6. If you can. split your three big meals per day and split them into two meals each.

 

Expending more calories that you consume is probably the most basic and understood method for loosing weight but its not the full story. Controlling blood sugar is a must. Refined sugars, spike insulin in the body and this is an easy way to store fat. not only that but if you take on board saturated fats with your refined sugars, you have allot of oxidative stress at a cellular level.

To stop blood sugar from spiking, eat only small amounts of carbs, even the so called good ones like brown rice or brown pasta, and eat them with some form of fat and some protein.

  1. I like to eat along the lines of the zone diet. I don’t like to ‘Diet’ as such. A Diet will only last for a period of time and we really need to change our eating habits rather than ‘Diet’.

To keep thing simple, Eat foods from the following list for three weeks and see what happens to your body.

Eggs, Turkey, Chicken, Lean beef, Lean pork, Fish, Cottage cheese, Broccoli, Cauliflower,Green Beans, Asparagus, Sprouts, Cabbage, Lettuce, Cucumber, Celery, Onion, olive oil, Butter, Coconut oil, Mac nut oil, peanut oil, Fish oils.

If you can stick to eating only those food items (with lots of herbs and spices) After week two you should have one cheat meal of anything you like. After week three you can Begin to add other food items into the diet unless you are still very over weight.

Supplement with a good full spectrum multi vit & min tab and you may also consider taking extra Zink, Selenium, Vitamins A,C,D,E Vitamin B6&12

Try not to fry foods favouring grilling, boiling,broiling oven baking etc. And don’t forget to USE LOTS OF HERBS. Herbs contain many many constituents that help our digestive system, increase circulation and elimination of toxins and metabolic waste etc. You may even find that you get a slight helping hand with thermogenesis.

I will put together and actual step by step guide if requested. Hope this helps a bit! Email me if you have any questions

 

UPDATE 30/11/2010

OK the above is a quick over view, I will now add a little more information. There can be many reasons why you are fat. Hormonal reasons, bio chemical reasons, physiological reasons, geographical reasons, educational reasons, economic reasons… the excuses, can go on and on.

The fact of the matter is, 99% of the time it is plain and simple – You eat too much of the wrong foods. OR your lazy, or both. A slow thyroid will impair your ability to loose weight, too much estrogen will help you gain fat etc BUT! there are very few people that REALLY eat well, exercise and don’t look like they should.

The name of this site is Live Longer Live Stronger for a reason. Lifting weights, or weight resistant exercise is very good for you. and EVERY ONE should do some form of resistance exercise at least 5 days per week. I’m not talking squatting 600lbs, just something like for older people, squeezing a tennis ball and curling some bags of sugar.

The same goes for any one loosing fat. You wont become muscle bound TRUST ME.

OK, so you must take some exercise, resistance and some cardio should do it. what cardio? run, walk, row, swim, just make sure you raise your heartbeat and get out of breath at least a little. There are scientific ways to measure how many heart beats per minute you should be aiming for, but for now we are talking about keeping it simple! and EVERY ONE can do this. You will have to work out for yourself how much resistance training and walking, running etc that you can start off with, but do something.

Next – CALORIES.

Again we want to keep this simple. There are fifty million (a guess) diet books and articles out there that can tell you 1000 different ways to work out how many calories you need and as many if not more ways to loose fat. Some say you HAVE to do this, or HAVE to do that, but in reality there is more than one way to do it, so don’t buy 100% into any idea. What you may find is that one way, say low carb eating may seem to work better for you, if that’s so, great stick with it, but over time you may wish to try various ways of eating to find which way best suits you.

Is a calorie a calorie? that is to say does it matter if you take on board 1000 calories from Carbohydrates compared to 1000 calories from protein. The answer is NO a calorie is not a calorie, and YES it is… Confused? Trying to keep it simple lets look at what a calorie is… it is a measure of heat. a way of determining how much energy is produced when consuming say, 1 gram of protein. or 1 gram of carbs. We all know that 1 gram of protein consists of 4 calories just like 1 gram of carbohydrates. We also know that 1 gram of most fats has 9 calories. In that respect a calorie is a calorie. However, take on board an extra 150 grams of sugar every day for the next six months and compare that with taking on an extra 150 grams of protein, then take a look at the difference in body composition after.

the source of the calories is very important. Carbs , proteins and fats all act differently when inside the body and therefore so do their respective calories. Sugar (simple carbohydrates) cause blood sugar levels to rise, and to rise sharply and aggressively which in turn causes the body, via the pancreas, to release insulin into the blood stream to shuttle that sugar some where safe like within muscle cells or into fat cells!. The problem is also that when you get a high blood sugar spike the body often over compensates and shoots out a mega dose of insulin. This is a perfect fat producing environment, but probably more serious is that this effect over the years causes inflammation on a cellular level and this, modern science is discovering, is the leading cause of most major diseases! not only that but the more this happens, the more de-sensitised you become so your body ends up having to produce more and more insulin to get the same effect as before……. a process that more and more today is leading to type 2 diabetes.

Protein does not cause this blood sugar rise live carbohydrates do, neither does fat. However, too much of anything will cause a large blood sugar and insulin spike. Also, 30 grams of protein from a chicken breast will be different than say, 30 grams of protein from a whey protein shake. (whey protein shakes have been shown to spike insulin levels comparable to carbs)

So what to do? Well as they say there is more than one way to skin a cat. Some experts will still avoid fat like the plague whilst dieting, some people eat only fat and protein. I think the healthiest thing to do is some thing similar to the Zone diet,

As a general rule of thumb, and I mean VERY general, a man should try keep calories per meal to 500 or less (of course this can vary massively, but this is a good number to start with, you can adjust from there) and a woman should try to keep each meals calories to around 400 calories and you should mix protein, good fats, carbs and fibre in each meal. Try to get around 30% of your calories from carbs, 30% from fat and 40% from protein. Now, there are tests you can do to see if you are better suited to consuming (and using for fuel) more proteins or more carbs. You can try this out on other sites, I will be looking into this more myself and if I feel it is valid I will put some information and resources up on here…….

Here are some more little tips that should help you change your body composition and in a healthy, not too restrictive manner Please remember these are very general guidelines and you should adjust as needed according to results.

1) Keep calories to around 500 per meal for men – 400 for women and up to 6 meals for active men per day and 5 meals  for active women. Take one meal off for non active people. Take away another meal if fat is not moving after two weeks..

2) Make sure that at least 30% of the calories of each meal is made up by a good source of protein. Try to make it 40% and no more than 50%

3) Get at least 10% of calories for each meal from a health fat source. Try to make it 20% (15% for women) and no more than 40% (30% for women)

4) Try not to get more than 50% of your calories per meal from carbs. Aim for only 25 to 30%

5)  try to get 20 to 30 grams of fiber per day from vegetables,fruits,  grains, pulses etc. If you suffer from IBS you may need to adjust this.

6)  take  a good probiotic supplement  and try the Charles Poliquin Test  to see if you are producing  enough stomach acid to digest your food.

7) if money allows, add a full spectrum enzyme to your supplement regime.

8) CHEW YOUR FOOD! why the caps? well its such a simple, basic thing that we all should do but most of us really don’t, Digestion begins in the mouth, think of yourself as a walking juicer machine. Your food should be a liquefied sludge by the time it slips down your throat!

9) Make sure your getting all the main anti oxidants – Vit A, C, E, Selenium, Zink etc. your fat cells are like time capsules and contain toxins that your body stored in there some time ago. When your fat cells open and releases it’s stored energy it also outs it toxins. That means a rush of toxins in the blood so you will need a good lot of anti oxidants to do the mopping up.

10) Clean the liver. For the same reason as above, the liver is very important and has many many roles within the body, relating to enzymes, hormones, vitamins etc a sluggish liver can impede your ability to utilize fat for energy optimally, so help it out.

11) Herbal Teas are a great help. We don’t normally use milk or sugar when we drink herbal teas so straight away there is a positive. Also, herbs contain various chemical constituents that have many beneficial effects on the body. This has been seen for literally thousands of years through what we know as herbalism, but also we now have science catching up and we are identifying individual chemicals within the herbs and what their specific effect is on the body. take cayenne pepper and green tea infusion to help cleanse the body and improve blood flow to every cell you have. Use Dandelion and burdock to stimulate the gall bladder to produce bile to help digest fat, to support the liver cells so they can function fully and to cleanse the blood. And much much more.

12) Juicing is a modern day marvel and in my eyes and extension to herbalism. Extracting the juice from plants, fruits and vegetables gives us mega doses of powerful nutrition. Packed with Vitamins, Minerals, LIVE ENZYMES (more about those another time), amino acids, natural sugars (not always a good thing) as well as anti oxidant chemicals, juicing can help your body function better as a whole. Juicing can help cleanse the liver, boost immune system, improve digestion, and all within around 15 minuets of consuming a juice! Most of us are over fed and under nourished so juicing helps to bring back the balance. BE careful not to juice too many fruits or sweet veg as these contain sugar that can effect your blood sugar and insulin levels. Go for dark green veg, with a little carrot, apple, and/or beetroot to sweeten things up and add their own powerful nutrients.

13) Sleep is very important. Your body rests, and recharges while we sleep, it also goes through specific cleaning stages throughout the night. Miss out on this and you are taking a step backwoods. Also, the first few early hours of sleep is when your body releases most of its GH or Growth Hormone. GH is associated with many functions in the body but the best part is that it can help preserve lean muscle tissue and help burn fat

Diets

Diets

There are a million diets out there and just as many so called scientific studies to back each one up as to why IT is the very best to use and why we should all be on it!

Personally I don’t like being ‘on a diet’. When you are on a diet you are normally trying to loose weight, or more accurately loose fat. Diets usually mean restrictions, hunger and misery for most who attempt them.

On this page we will look at some of the more popular diets and I will give my humble opinion. I must state now that I am not a Doctor, I am not a nutrition, and my opinions are purely that, my opinions, for informational purposes only and now I should state a disclaimer in red writing so here goes – Please note that you should always see your GP before attempting any new diet of exercise regime. All information on this web site is for informational purposes only.

With that out of the way, lets get started.

Rather than list loads of diets and write reviews of them, I have found two good web sites that compare diets, and give a summery for us. You can google compare diets and you will get many sites to look through , but here are two i think are helpful. review centre.com and Comparediets.org

Now, in my opinion you should stay well away from gimmick diets like the famous, deadly (for any one in a mile radius of you) Cabbage soup diet! Any diet that calls for you to concentrate purely on one food, is not healthy and never going to work in the long term. Always do a little research and find a diet that suites you and your lifestyle.

Also, any one selling you a diet where you have to purchase special foods or pay a monthly fee should be avoided! There are some exceptions, like the Atkins diet. you can eat eat normal foods, but they supply a range of products to help you along , like snack bars to help you on your way. Saying that, you should never feel the need to HAVE to buy anything. You can loose fat with proper, REAL food, and don’t let any one convince you other wise.!

Loosing fat is simple right?

It can be. the more fat you carry the easier it is. The most simple and recognised way, is to cut calories. Burn more calories than you consume in a day and you will loose weight over a period of weeks. Simple. so why is it so hard for some people? and why is it so hard to loose the last few pounds of fat? And why are there a million different diets being sold to us?

Fad diets have always been around and unfortunately they will not go away. We can fly to the moon, we can create the Internet, and even thousands of years ago the egyptians knew enough to build the pyramids, so why can’t scientists agree on what the best way to eat and loose fat is? Incorrect information, contradictory information, and out right dangerous information is all around us, especially on the Internet! So who do we believe?

Years ago we were told to cut fats. Each gram of fat contains 9 calories, where as a gram of protein or carbohydrates contains only 4 calories. This makes it easier to cut out fat to create a calorie deficit. This doesn’t make it right, or the best way to do it though.

Something to consider is this one simple fact, there are scientifically identified ESSENTIAL proteins, and ESSENTIAL fats……with out these we cannot exist, we die, there are NO ESSENTIAL carbohydrates. When you digest this simple piece of information it makes sense that we don’t want to cut fat or protein TOO much, and that the most disposable macro nutrient is……CARBOHYDRATES! I must state here that i am not a complete carb basher! Carbohydrates can help form part of a healthy balanced diets and we actually need them for maximum performance in many areas.

We knew about the dangers and fat gaining powers of refined sugars many years ago. The late great Vince Gironda got himself and other bodybuilders, and even movie stars of the time, such as Clint Eastwood in to very very good shape by using high protein moderate to high fat and low to zero carb diets. Vince never done very well in body building and the accepted reason today is that he was TOO SHREDDED. that is to say he turned up on stage with less fat than any one had every seen!! he was therefore marked DOWN foe this!!

Personally I find the most effective way to loose fat is to hit fat loss from several angles at once to create a synergistic effect. The three main things for me are – lower calorie intake, Increase exercise and, (this could be more important than any thing) control insulin.

In basic terms, when insulin is released by the body, we store fat. The most common cause in our society today of increased insulin are carbohydrates. Refined carbohydrates/sugars increase insulin allot, which in turn can cause a chain reaction of events in our bodies and can cause fat loss to stop, and fat gain to occur.

For this reason I like the diets below. They all address insulin and are varied enough that many people can stick with them for a good period of time, or they provide principles that can be adopted easily and used in every day life.




Zone Diet
GI Diet
GL Diet
Mediteranian diet
South Beach diet
Carb Cycling
Dave Palumbo
Metabolic Diet