Eating to Live:   Battle of the Diets             Enrique Saguil, M.D.We didn’t invent the practice of medicine….         ...
The First Health ApproachWe didn’t invent the practice of medicine….                we’re just changing the way it’s provi...
Your Team     Ric Saguil, MD   Jason Gruss, MD  Joe Musolino, DC Jennifer Green, NDKatrina Christie, LCPC    Tom Jordan, R...
-DrRicWe didn’t invent the practice of medicine….                we’re just changing the way it’s provided.
Factoid• 35.7% of all US are obese• In 2010, 1/3 of children and adolescents were  overweight or obese• Overweight or obes...
Billionaires•   Food industry•   Pharmaceutical industry•   Medical/Insurance industry•   Nutriceutical industry          ...
Our Main EventWe didn’t invent the practice of medicine….                we’re just changing the way it’s provided.
The ChallengersDr. Ric Saguil, MD     Dr. Jennifer Green, ND   Tom Jordan, RDAnti-inflammatory       Gluten Free Diet     ...
Prefight Weigh InDiets are like religions• everyone thinks theirs is the right one and the  only one• Everyone wants to co...
Gluten Free Diet                             1      Jennifer Green NDWe didn’t invent the practice of medicine….          ...
Gluten• What is it?• Gluten is a storage protein in the seed or  kernel• Supplies needs of the seed when it begins to  gro...
Where is it Found? Found in wheat and other grains WBRO: Wheat Barley Rye Oat (Celiac Sprue  Association) Wheat is gene...
Leaky Gut Syndrome• Increased permeability of small intestine lining
Benefits of GF• Reduce consumption of chemicals and artificial  flavors• Eliminate unhealthy foods• Increasing more fruits...
The Paleo Diet                                                 2   Tom Jordan, MS, RDWe didn’t invent the practice of medi...
The Ground Rules• Unlimited:   – Lean Meats, Fish, Seafood   – Fruits, Non-starchy vegetables• Include:   – Plant oils   –...
The Upside• Bottom line: They eat a heck of a lot better  than even the best “SAD” Dieter• Lower Carbs + High Intensity Ex...
The Anti-inflammatory Diet                                                     3           Ric Saguil, MD   We didn’t inve...
You probably know this….• Foods hurt by causing release of stress  hormone• Foods hurt by carrying pesticide• Foods hurt b...
Foods that HurtDate of lecture 4/6/13
Breakfast             or5grams                     5grams
Snack                        2 grams2-3 grams                                  2-3 grams              5 grams – usually at...
Anti-inflammatory summary•   Whole Food                             •   Less Chemicals•   Mostly plant based              ...
Your winner?All attempts at healthy change are winners
In Summary• The only studied eating style to help with  longevity has been the Mediterranean Diet  (Lyon Heart Study)• Sus...
Not reliable!
FHA                                               Reliable! We didn’t invent the practice of medicine….                 we...
Food is a Drug      The Body is a Chemistry Lab• Everything you eat causes a reaction in the  body• What and how much dete...
Thank You
Eating to stabilize Emotion            andEmotion to stabilize EatingWhole Foods Market Schaumburg        May 4th 3-4pm   ...
Reading Pleasure• Weight Loss With Self-help Compared With a  Structured Commercial Program JAMA. 2003;289(14):1792-1798. ...
Eating for Life, Battle of the Diets
Eating for Life, Battle of the Diets
Eating for Life, Battle of the Diets
Eating for Life, Battle of the Diets
Eating for Life, Battle of the Diets
Eating for Life, Battle of the Diets
Eating for Life, Battle of the Diets
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Eating for Life, Battle of the Diets

  1. 1. Eating to Live: Battle of the Diets Enrique Saguil, M.D.We didn’t invent the practice of medicine…. we’re just changing the way it’s provided.
  2. 2. The First Health ApproachWe didn’t invent the practice of medicine…. we’re just changing the way it’s provided.
  3. 3. Your Team Ric Saguil, MD Jason Gruss, MD Joe Musolino, DC Jennifer Green, NDKatrina Christie, LCPC Tom Jordan, RD Aimee Weber, EP Emery Paredes, PT Lori Szczupaj, MA Yu Zhu, MD China Paul Kolaski, DC Cheryl Broderick You
  4. 4. -DrRicWe didn’t invent the practice of medicine…. we’re just changing the way it’s provided.
  5. 5. Factoid• 35.7% of all US are obese• In 2010, 1/3 of children and adolescents were overweight or obese• Overweight or obese humans are at risk for prediabetes, diabetes, heart disease, cancer
  6. 6. Billionaires• Food industry• Pharmaceutical industry• Medical/Insurance industry• Nutriceutical industry Broken-aires• Medicare/Medicaid• Dual working parents• No health insurance Joe/Jane
  7. 7. Our Main EventWe didn’t invent the practice of medicine…. we’re just changing the way it’s provided.
  8. 8. The ChallengersDr. Ric Saguil, MD Dr. Jennifer Green, ND Tom Jordan, RDAnti-inflammatory Gluten Free Diet Paleo Diet Diet
  9. 9. Prefight Weigh InDiets are like religions• everyone thinks theirs is the right one and the only one• Everyone wants to convert you to theirs• At their core, you’re usually getting a pretty similar message• Do some learning, see what fits, and make an informed decision that works best for you
  10. 10. Gluten Free Diet 1 Jennifer Green NDWe didn’t invent the practice of medicine…. we’re just changing the way it’s provided.
  11. 11. Gluten• What is it?• Gluten is a storage protein in the seed or kernel• Supplies needs of the seed when it begins to grow• Composed of 2 smaller proteins – Glutelins – Gliadins
  12. 12. Role In Food• Acts as a “glue” in food• Becomes sticky when flour is mixed with water• Main Functions: – Helps dough rise – Ensures product keeps its shape – Thickens cooking liquids, such as gravy
  13. 13. Where is it Found? Found in wheat and other grains WBRO: Wheat Barley Rye Oat (Celiac Sprue Association) Wheat is genetically modified  Removes nutrients  Increases gluten content Constitutes ~80% of proteins in wheat Gluten flour made by “washing out” starch and bran  Seitan = 100% gluten flour
  14. 14. Why Can it Be Dangerous?• Body doesn’t recognize it as “safe to pass”• Poorly digested → becomes toxic• Immune system reacts pathologically, producing inflammation• Gluten destroys healthy tissue through molecular mimicry, or cross-reaction
  15. 15. Leaky Gut Syndrome• Increased permeability of small intestine lining
  16. 16. Benefits of GF• Reduce consumption of chemicals and artificial flavors• Eliminate unhealthy foods• Increasing more fruits and veggies• Improved digestion• Increased energy• May aid in weight loss• May reduce risk of some illnesses• May lower symptoms of some illnesses
  17. 17. Disadvantages / Cautions• Does not r/o additional food intolerances• Caution when reading labels• Replacing gluten with other products• Possible nutrient deficiency• Excess fat intake• Do be aware of cross-contamination• Don’t be deceived by other names• Hydrolyzed vegetable protein, “natural flavoring”
  18. 18. The Paleo Diet 2 Tom Jordan, MS, RDWe didn’t invent the practice of medicine…. we’re just changing the way it’s provided.
  19. 19. The Concept• Our DNA is the same as it was 10,000 yrs ago• Paleolithic man had no dairy, grains, refined sugars, fatted meats• Eat the foods we were designed to consume• Much higher in protein than the “SAD” diet, much lower in carbs
  20. 20. The Ground Rules• Unlimited: – Lean Meats, Fish, Seafood – Fruits, Non-starchy vegetables• Include: – Plant oils – Nuts – Honey• None of These: – Cereals – Any Grains or legumes – No Dairy – No processed foods or sugars
  21. 21. The Upside• Bottom line: They eat a heck of a lot better than even the best “SAD” Dieter• Lower Carbs + High Intensity Exercise = Glycogen Depletion (3-10# water loss)• Simple Rules = Less Difficult to Follow• If all I can eat is fruits and veggies… I’m going to eat a ton of fruits and veggies!
  22. 22. Concerns• No Quinoa? No Beans? No Peas? Really?• Sustainability / Relapse
  23. 23. The Anti-inflammatory Diet 3 Ric Saguil, MD We didn’t invent the practice of medicine…. we’re just changing the way it’s provided.
  24. 24. You probably know this….• Foods hurt by causing release of stress hormone• Foods hurt by carrying pesticide• Foods hurt by carrying bad DNA• Foods hurt by “accelerating” inflammation
  25. 25. You probably didn’t know this…• Some foods release relaxation hormone• Some foods help DNA do it’s job• Some foods “accelerate” healing• Some foods “reverse” disease (due to SAD deficiencies) (The basis to Anti-inflammatory eating is … …take in nutrition that speeds up healing)
  26. 26. Foods that HurtDate of lecture 4/6/13
  27. 27. Use Food as Thy Medicine (Foods that Heal)• Whole Food• Mostly plant based• Fat in the form of Oil (Omega 3)• Limit Red Meat• Limit Dairy• Increase Fiber Just consider the idea of fiber and look what my average day consists of….
  28. 28. Breakfast or5grams 5grams
  29. 29. Lunch 8 grams8 grams 8 grams
  30. 30. Snack 2 grams2-3 grams 2-3 grams 5 grams – usually at night
  31. 31. DinnerFrom 4-8 grams …so the total amount of fiber for and average male American is 35grams daily, I just showed you 44grams and it just happened to be anti cancer, anti heart attack, anti diabetes choices as well!
  32. 32. Anti-inflammatory summary• Whole Food • Less Chemicals• Mostly plant based • Less Cholesterol• Fat in the form of Oil • Less Emotional Lability• Limit Red Meat • Less Indigestion• Limit Dairy • Less Rash/Sinus/Cough• Increase Fiber • Less ConstipationPlease visit http://www.drweil.com/ to see more details on Andy’s Anti-inflammatory Diet
  33. 33. Your winner?All attempts at healthy change are winners
  34. 34. In Summary• The only studied eating style to help with longevity has been the Mediterranean Diet (Lyon Heart Study)• Sustainability of any change depends on individual planning (not everyone can “flip over” cold turkey)• Reliable Information, Practical Application, Coaching/Obligation creates success
  35. 35. Not reliable!
  36. 36. FHA Reliable! We didn’t invent the practice of medicine…. we’re just changing the way it’s provided.
  37. 37. Food is a Drug The Body is a Chemistry Lab• Everything you eat causes a reaction in the body• What and how much determines what reaction occurs• Be particular, but not obsessive about what you eat We didn’t invent the practice of medicine…. we’re just changing the way it’s provided.
  38. 38. Thank You
  39. 39. Eating to stabilize Emotion andEmotion to stabilize EatingWhole Foods Market Schaumburg May 4th 3-4pm 847 585 5800
  40. 40. Reading Pleasure• Weight Loss With Self-help Compared With a Structured Commercial Program JAMA. 2003;289(14):1792-1798. doi:10.1001/jama.289.14.1792
  41. 41. Under way….• Calorie Restriction• Alternate Day Restriction• 2/5 Restriction

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