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  • ----- Meeting Notes (10/30/12 07:44) -----With help from colleagues like Artemis combined with my groups interest in predictive biomarkers and documentation of high level health status, issues of what one eats, drinks, thinks and does rise to priority in policy, research and practice. With 1,000,000 avoidable deaths each year in America, opportunity presents to do even better than current best practices once the issues are clearly understood and embraced.? Experience of heptachlor in Oahu
  • ----- Meeting Notes (10/30/12 07:44) -----From Fred Stare to DAvid Jenkins, advocaes continue to see what they believe regardless of other data, particualrly that of Dr Johnson et al
  • ----- Meeting Notes (10/30/12 07:44) -----HSC outcome study in type 2 diabetics achieved this result despite starting from best standard of careDavid Rodbard experience with diabetologistsRecent trials of pharma reduction in sugar failed while life style succeeds
  • ----- Meeting Notes (10/30/12 07:44) -----HSC outcome study in type 2 diabetics achieved this result despite starting from best standard of careDavid Rodbard experience with diabetologistsRecent trials of pharma reduction in sugar failed while life style succeeds
  • ----- Meeting Notes (10/30/12 07:44) -----HSC outcome study in type 2 diabetics achieved this result despite starting from best standard of careDavid Rodbard experience with diabetologistsRecent trials of pharma reduction in sugar failed while life style succeeds
  • Let’s look at the major types of delayed allergy tests.
  • ----- Meeting Notes (10/30/12 07:44) -----Apply what is known while awaiting the large scale long term trial results… life as proactive or as reactiveChecks lists, appropriate technology, full informed consentCOllateral effects and unforeseen ocnsequences
  • Hsc bellagio calories nutrition 8_tn ƒ

    1. 1. Welcome to FROM CALORIES TO NUTRITION POLICY An Eight Trillion Dollar Opportunity to Save a Million U.S. Lives Annually AN INTRODUCTIONHEALTH STUDIES COLLEGIUM HealthStudiesCollegium.org Confidential© 2012 Health Studies Collegium- All Rights Reserved
    2. 2. TOPICS FOR DISCUSSIONIs It All & Mostly About Calories?Functional Differences Between CaloriesImpact of Current PolicyHEALTH STUDIES COLLEGIUM HealthStudiesCollegium.org Confidential© 2012 Health Studies Collegium- All Rights Reserved
    3. 3. TOPICS FOR DISCUSSIONIs It All & Mostly About Calories?Functional Differences Between CaloriesImpact of Current PolicyHEALTH STUDIES COLLEGIUM HealthStudiesCollegium.org Confidential© 2012 Health Studies Collegium- All Rights Reserved
    4. 4. IS IT ALL & MOSTLY ABOUT CALORIES? Different calorie Source quality Simple Micronutrients sources… vast determines calorie STEREOTYPES THAT sugars, fats, + considered only „bit SCIENCE OUGHT metabolic differences help or harm altered proteins players‟ rather than DOMINATE POLICY are nutritious essential DOMINATE POLICY WHAT AGRICULTURAL AND WHAT BIOLOGICAL SCIENCENUTRITIONAL POLICY BELIEVES PROVES ALL CALORIES ~EQUAL ALL CALORIES NOT EQUALHEALTH STUDIES COLLEGIUM HealthStudiesCollegium.org Confidential© 2012 Health Studies Collegium- All Rights Reserved
    5. 5. Digestive Health Food → energy Eat what you can assimilate, utilize, & eliminateHEALTH STUDIES COLLEGIUM HealthStudiesCollegium.org Confidential 5
    6. 6. Scanning electron micrograph of intestinal microfloraHEALTH STUDIES COLLEGIUM HealthStudiesCollegium.org Confidential 6
    7. 7. NHANES: 87% 1+ essential deficits NHANES III and IV surveys show: • 58% people had 2+ deficiencies • Omega 6: Omega 3 :: 50-100:1 [4:1 goal] • Daily Value Deficit (not optimum intake) Standard American Diet is SAD • Impaired uptake: Acquired enteropathy, atrophy • Medications reduce healthy probiotic microflora • Diets deficient in fiber • Environmental toxins • Restorative sleep • Epigenetic phenotypic modulationHEALTH STUDIES COLLEGIUM HealthStudiesCollegium.orghttp://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nhanes.htm Confidential 7
    8. 8. TOPICS FOR DISCUSSIONIs It All & Mostly About Calories?Functional Differences Between CaloriesImpact of Current PolicyHEALTH STUDIES COLLEGIUM HealthStudiesCollegium.org Confidential© 2012 Health Studies Collegium- All Rights Reserved
    9. 9. FUNCTIONAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN CALORIES CALORIES WE NEED LESS OF Simple sugars • Promotes metabolic syndrome X • Insulin resistance risks • Heart or vascular problems from diabetes • Alzheimer‟s: ? diabetes of the brain Excess simple sugars • Enhances fat production • More risk of fatty liver disease & hepatitis • Less kidney function & more failure • More oxidative stress and all cause morbidity and mortality Dr Esther Loh, Go Natural, Port Campbell Press, 2012HEALTH STUDIES COLLEGIUM HealthStudiesCollegium.org Confidential© 2012 Health Studies Collegium- All Rights Reserved
    10. 10. FUNCTIONAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN CALORIES CALORIES WE NEED LESS OF High Fructose Corn Syrup • “Fools” the body • Converts to glucose in cells by passing glucose regulators • Prevalent ingredient in processed foods • Cheaper than water Metabolicaly Acid Foods • Less cell energy • More cell metabolic acidosis • More use of amino acids as fuel; catabolic illness • Shifts body into survival, away from protective mode Dr Esther Loh, Go Natural, Port Campbell Press, 2012HEALTH STUDIES COLLEGIUM HealthStudiesCollegium.org Confidential© 2012 Health Studies Collegium- All Rights Reserved
    11. 11. FUNCTIONAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN CALORIES CALORIES WE NEED LESS OF Imbalance of Omega 3 to Omega 6 Fats • More all cause morbidity and mortalityOmega 3 Omega 6 • Due to diets high in processed, imbalanced, oxidized fats • Small amounts of bioactives powerful Dr Esther Loh, Go Natural, Port Campbell Press, 2012 HEALTH STUDIES COLLEGIUM HealthStudiesCollegium.org Confidential © 2012 Health Studies Collegium- All Rights Reserved
    12. 12. FUNCTIONAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN CALORIES CALORIES WE NEED MORE OF Wholesome Fiber • Remove toxic waste & enhances quality of life • Encourages healthy transit time of 12-18 hours • >18 hours = enterohepatic recirculation of toxins • <12 hours indicates short bowel syndrome Magnesium • Less heart, blood vessel, and organ damage Less cellular metabolic acidosis • Less lipid oxidization & benefit from healthy fats • Nature‟s calcium channel blocker John Robbins, Healthy at 100, Ballentine, 2007HEALTH STUDIES COLLEGIUM HealthStudiesCollegium.org Confidential© 2012 Health Studies Collegium- All Rights Reserved
    13. 13. FUNCTIONAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN CALORIES CALORIES WE NEED MORE OF B Complexes • Protects methylation & epigenetic modulation of genetic codes • Protects from impaired genetic signaling, protein folding, and transport • Less chronic, autoimmune, neurodegenerative disease risks Ascorbate Antioxidant • Protects against free radical oxidative damage • Autoimmune, chronic, degenerative diseases • Personalized needs determined through C-cleanse • Individualized dosing reduces more than half ASHD, CAD, PAD, CVD risks John Robbins, Healthy at 100, Ballentine, 2007HEALTH STUDIES COLLEGIUM HealthStudiesCollegium.org Confidential© 2012 Health Studies Collegium- All Rights Reserved
    14. 14. FUNCTIONAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN CALORIES CALORIES WE NEED MORE OF Vitamin D as Neuroimmunohormone • Less risk of cancer and mortality • Most Americans have 25-OH D level <30 ng/ml • 25 OH-D level 50-80 ng/ml reduces cancer and all cause mortality by half John Robbins, Healthy at 100, Ballentine, 2007HEALTH STUDIES COLLEGIUM HealthStudiesCollegium.org Confidential© 2012 Health Studies Collegium- All Rights Reserved
    15. 15. FUNCTIONAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN CALORIESWHEN WE CONSUME AND EAT LESS BADMORE GOOD CALORIESCALORIES 92% RISK TO HEALTH IS EPIGENETIC AND CHOICE! Omega 3 Omega 6 HEALTH STUDIES COLLEGIUM HealthStudiesCollegium.org Confidential © 2012 Health Studies Collegium- All Rights Reserved
    16. 16. FUNCTIONAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN CALORIES CHANGING WHAT WE… EAT DRINK THINK DO REDUCES FUNCTIONAL AGE! INCREASES DISEASE RESISTENCE!HEALTH STUDIES COLLEGIUM HealthStudiesCollegium.org Confidential© 2012 Health Studies Collegium- All Rights Reserved
    17. 17. Replace war on nature with action based on interdependence: CHANGING TO AN ELEGANT FRUGALITY OF MEANS IN WHAT WE… EAT DRINK THINK DO How can rigorous science in society’s service shape the debate so that civil society leap frogs to sustainable policies, incentives & resource use Consumption based on proportion, value & volume: Nutrient Density, Pest Resistance, Ripeness Proactive Food Safety Regulation: Microbial toxins, VOCs, Toxic Minerals, POPs, Isotopes,HEALTH STUDIES COLLEGIUM HealthStudiesCollegium.org Confidential© 2012 Health Studies Collegium- All Rights Reserved
    18. 18. Digestive Health Food → energy Eat what you can assimilate, utilize, & eliminateHEALTH STUDIES COLLEGIUM HealthStudiesCollegium.org Soil and Your Health by Beatrice Trum Hunter, Basic Health, 2004 Confidential 18
    19. 19. Food Intolerances: 4 different types • Acute Allergy, histaminic • Delayed Allergy, B or T cell • Intolernace Lack enzymes • Enteropathy (atrophy) 2/16/08 National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, US Dept of Health and Human ServicesHEALTH STUDIES COLLEGIUM HealthStudiesCollegium.org Confidential 19
    20. 20. Digestion reflects whole personHEALTH STUDIES COLLEGIUM HealthStudiesCollegium.org Confidential 20
    21. 21. IMPACT OF CURRENT POLICY DIABETES CASE STUDY… 500,000 AVOIDABLE DEATHS Hgb A1C ABOVE 7 mg/dl INCREASES CARDIOVASCULAR RISK BY MORE THAN 50% COMPARED TO Hgb A1C OFEVIDENCE POLICY BASED ON LESS THAN 6 mg/dl CAN PRODUCE PRODUCTIVE FOR EVERY 2 mg/dlPROSPEROUS HEALTHY ABOVE 120 mg/dl IN BLOOD SUGAR, THERE IS A 1% REDUCTION IN IMMUNE FUNCTION CITIZENS BY DESIGN EVIDENCE SAYS LIFESTYLE EFFECTIVE IN REDUCING LIFETIME RISKS WHILE COMPARABLE BLOOD SUGAR CONTROL BY DRUGS UNHELPFUL Dietary Fiber, Carbohydrate Quality and Quantity, and Mortality Risk of Individuals with Diabetes Mellitus, PLoS One. 2012; 7(8): e43127.HEALTH STUDIES COLLEGIUM HealthStudiesCollegium.org Confidential© 2012 Health Studies Collegium- All Rights Reserved
    22. 22. IMPACT OF CURRENT POLICY 500,000 AVOIDABLE DEATHS DIABETES CASE STUDY… The role of acid-forming diets and other metabolic acid loads Delayed allergies (hypersensitivities) in burdening immune defense and repair responses Measures of sugar response (glycemic load rather than glycemic index) Sweeteners 28 27 OUTCOME STUDIES TYPE 1 & TYPE 2 SHOW LIFE STYLE Toxic minerals 56 DIABETICS 15 REDUCES RISK 32-78% WHILE MULTI 92 DELAYED Env Chem 69 DRUG TRIAL REDUCED GLUCOSE YET ALLERGY LRA COMPLICATIONS CAUSED EARLY 80 REACTIVITY Additives 46 CLOSE OF CLINICAL28 % ITEMS TESTED + Cow dairy TRIAL 69 0 20 40 60 80 100 Jaffe R, Mani J, DeVane J, Mani H. Tolerance loss in diabetics: Association with foreign antigen exposure. Diabetic Medicine: A Journal of the British Diabetic Association 2006 Aug;23(8): 924-5. (2006)HEALTH STUDIES COLLEGIUM HealthStudiesCollegium.org Confidential© 2012 Health Studies Collegium- All Rights Reserved
    23. 23. IMPACT OF CURRENT POLICY DIABETES CASE STUDY… 500,000 AVOIDABLE DEATHS Type 1 Diabetics, N = 14 11 of 14 HbA1c levels reduced from 7.2 (T 0) to 6.0 (T +6 mo), achieving optimum glycemic control, i.e., 50% reduction in lifetime cardiovascular & other chronic consequences. (p < 0.01) 6 of 14 had a reduction in HbA1c levels that >> 1, compared toDiabetes Kills, Costs, is a choice 3 of 11 control subjects Type 2 Diabetics, N = 21 HbA1c levels reduced by 13.1 % vs. less than 2.9% in control subjects from 7.0 to 6.3 (p <0.01). Insulin levels reduced by 18% in test subjects v. 12% in controls (p <0.05),Jaffe R and Mani J. Diabetes: Food and Nutrients in Primary Practice inFood and Nutrients in Disease Management. Edited by Ingrid Kohlstadt, CRC Press, 2009:241-255. HEALTH STUDIES COLLEGIUM HealthStudiesCollegium.org Confidential © 2012 Health Studies Collegium- All Rights Reserved
    24. 24. Integrative Self Assessments • 1st AM pH: Are cells & body too acid? • Gastrointestinal Transit Time • Ascorbate C cleanseHEALTH STUDIES COLLEGIUM HealthStudiesCollegium.org Confidential 24 Health Studies Collegium, The Joy of Food The Alkaline Way Guide, 18th ed. 1990-2012
    25. 25. 1 st AM urine pH Daily log Health Studies Collegium, The Joy of Food The Alkaline Way Guide, 18th ed. 1990-2012HEALTH STUDIES COLLEGIUM HealthStudiesCollegium.org Confidential 25
    26. 26. GI Transit Time Average: ≥ 36-96++ hours • toxin reabsorb • drain metabolism • chronic GI or systemic illness Healthy: 12-18 hours Short: <10 hours • malnutrition • malabsorptionJaffe R, Evaluating GI Transit time .Holistic Primary Care (Online News for Health and Healing), 2010, Winter edition 11(4). 26
    27. 27. GI Transit time measurement Activated Charcoal6-12 caps (1.5-3 grams charcoal)+ 8 oz water between meals <150 lbs: 6 caps 150 – 200 lbs: 8 caps 200- 250 lbs: 10 caps >250 lbs: 12 caps 27
    28. 28. Ascorbate requirements varyHEALTH STUDIES COLLEGIUM HealthStudiesCollegium.org Confidential 28
    29. 29. C Cleanse to find individual antioxidant need… Individual Assessment: Better than Bowel Tolerance Healthy Moderate Ills Chronic Ills • 1.5 grams / • 3 grams / • 6-12 grams ½ tsp 1 tsp / 2 tsp • Every 15 • Every 15 • Every 15 min min min • 6 grams / • 12 grams / • 24-48 grams hour hour / hour Robert F. Cathcart III,The Method of Determining Proper Doses of Vitamin C for the Treatment of Disease by Titrating to Bowel Tolerance. ORTHOMOLECULAR PSYCHIATRY, 10:2,125-132,1981. Health Studies Collegium, The Joy of Food The Alkaline Way Guide, 18th ed. 1990-2012HEALTH STUDIES COLLEGIUM HealthStudiesCollegium.org Confidential 29
    30. 30. TOPICS FOR DISCUSSIONIs It All & Mostly About Calories?Functional Differences Between CaloriesImpact of Current PolicyHEALTH STUDIES COLLEGIUM HealthStudiesCollegium.org Confidential© 2012 Health Studies Collegium- All Rights Reserved
    31. 31. IMPACT OF CURRENT POLICY AVOIDABLE DEATHS THAT COULD BE SAVED BY AN INTEGRATIVE POLICY 500,000 DUE TO DIABETES Avoidable with current evidence; Jaffe R, Diabetes Outcome Studies, www.HealthStudiesCollegium.org 250,000 DUE TO PROPERLY ADMINISTERED MEDICAL PROCEDURES Avoidable complications of best standard of care where evidence not used Am J Public Health. 2010 November; 100(11): 2176–2184 & Atul Guwandi, The Checklist Manifesto, 2012 250,000 DUE TO HEALTHCARE INDUCED MENTAL ILLNESS & VIOLENCE From economic to personal distress, many are pushed beyond breaking point Health Studies Collegium estimate 2012; Jaffe R, Nash R, Ash R, Schwartz N, Corish R, Born T, Lazarus H. An equation of health: Role of transparency and opacity in developing healthcare efficacy measures and metrics. J Management. Development 2007; 26 (5): 441-458. (2007)HEALTH STUDIES COLLEGIUM HealthStudiesCollegium.org Confidential© 2012 Health Studies Collegium- All Rights Reserved
    32. 32. From earth garden to gut gardenHEALTH STUDIES COLLEGIUM HealthStudiesCollegium.org Confidential 32
    33. 33. IMPACT OF NEW POLICY 1,000,000 TOTAL AVOIDABLE DEATHS $8 TRILLION ANNUAL OPPORTUNITY TO SPEND LESS AND FUNCTION BETTER!$8,000,000 SAVED FOR EVERY LIFE SAVED: Mean value of allgovernment departments & private economic value of life savedHEALTH STUDIES COLLEGIUM HealthStudiesCollegium.org Confidential© 2012 Health Studies Collegium- All Rights Reserved
    34. 34. Orangutans: Willi Smits Rain ForestHEALTH STUDIES COLLEGIUM HealthStudiesCollegium.org Confidential 34
    35. 35. To Your Health “Health is more than the absence of disease. Health is the fullest physical, mental, and spiritual expression attainable by each individual." Russ Jaffe paraphrasing Hippocrates, Galen, Huang Ti, & WHOHEALTH STUDIES COLLEGIUM HealthStudiesCollegium.org Jaffe R, Health Studies Collegium Report 92-01, www.4HSC.org Confidential 35
    36. 36. Dr. Russell Jaffe, MD, Ph.D., CCN FASCP, FACN, FACAAI, FOCIS FAMLI, FRSM TCM Apprenticeship Ayurvedic mentorship Mindfulness practices Narrative as healing Fellow, Health Studies Collegium www.HealthStudiesCollegium.org www.ELISAACT.com www.PERQUE.com www.BetterLabTestsNow.comHEALTH STUDIES COLLEGIUM HealthStudiesCollegium.org Confidential 36
    37. 37. Thank you!For more information, please contact us at:www.HealthStudiesCollegium.orgHEALTH STUDIES COLLEGIUM HealthStudiesCollegium.org Confidential© 2012 Health Studies Collegium- All Rights Reserved

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