show episodes
 
J
JIMD Podcasts

1
JIMD Podcasts

Journal of Inherited Metabolic Disease

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly+
 
A fortnightly podcast from the Journal of Inherited Metabolic Disease, where authors discuss recent publications from the journal. The podcast is intended for specialists and interested clinicians but is also intended to increase the accessibility of this work for patients and families. Supported by Wiley.
 
This Unit looks at how units if inheritance are transmitted from one generation to the next. First you will look at what happens to the chromosones of animals and plants during the process of sexual reproduciton. Then you will examine how genes are transmitted in particular patterns from generation to generation. These two approaches combine to illustrate how the patterns of inheritance can be explained by the behaviour of chromosomes during sexual reproduction. This study unit is just one o ...
 
Locust Radio is Locust Review’s monthly podcast on the weird, the political, and where they intersect in fiction, art, poetry and creativity. Hosted by editors Tish Turl and Adam Turl, Locust Radio features discussions of the radical weird, history and current events, interviews with artists, writers, and musicians, and readings of conceptual art, poetry and fiction. Read more at locustreview.com. To get bonus content and subscribe to Locust Review, support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon ...
 
The Lancet Respiratory Medicine publishes a range of article types in respiratory medicine and critical care. These include Original Research, Reviews, Personal Views, Comments, and News articles. Topics include but are not limited to asthma, COPD, tobacco control, critical care, lung cancer, cystic fibrosis, pneumonia, sarcoidosis, mesothelioma, sleep medicine, and respiratory infections.
 
BrainPod is the podcast from the journal Neuropsychopharmacology, produced in association with Nature Publishing Group. Join us as we delve into the latest basic and clinical research that advance our understanding of the brain and behavior, featuring highlighted content from a top journal in fields of neuroscience, psychiatry, and pharmacology. For complete access to the original papers and reviews featured in this podcast, subscribe to Neuropsychopharmacology. See acast.com/privacy for pri ...
 
Join Ambry Genetics for exciting, on-demand updates in genetic technologies and clinical diagnostics. Ambry’s core values have always included collaborating and sharing scientific discoveries to help families affected by genetic conditions. Tune in here for cutting-edge discussions from leading clinicians, scientists, and researchers on a wide variety of topics.
 
There are plenty of bad health, fitness, and nutrition professionals out there and our team doesn’t want you to be one of them. You’re joining Sam and the team over a decade into our journey to bridge the gap in our industry between macros, metabolism, muscle, and what some folks call “alternative health” Sam has spent over the last decade in the health, fitness, and nutrition coaching space, and now helps other coaches improve their client results, retention, and revenue through his program ...
 
Dr. D on ADHD is a podcast series focusing on ADHD (Adult Attention Deficit Disorder). Dr. Samuel Dismond III, MD, a practicing physician specializing in the treatment of ADHD and has served hundreds of patients with ADHD. Dr. Dismond provides a patient-centered approach and believes in the importance of the patient-doctor connection.
 
Loading …
show series
 
Sam… what is a metabolic phenotype and why does it matter? Excellent question listener. In today's episode, I wanted to dive into the research of controlled overeating and undereating studies and how different metabolic phenotypes emerge. This concept gets back to TDEE which we have covered on many episodes. Topics include: - Metabolic Phenotypes -…
 
I had a fantastic conversation on Embody Radio with a friend and fellow long time coach Emily Duncan. We hit on a lot of great topics and the central theme of this episode is the grey area of calories and metabolism, looking at the nuances and factors most coaches don't talk about. If you found this conversation intriguing, The Functional Nutrition…
 
Continuing our 2 part lab markers series, I wanted to cover a few overrated lab markers. I'm not saying these lab markers need to be completely ignored but they do need some context behind them. Topics and markers include: - Overrated Lab Markers - What “Overrated” Will Be Classified As - LDL and High LDL Cholesterol - Different Categories of LDL -…
 
While I've spoken at length on many autoimmune diseases in previous episodes, I wanted to explain autoimmunity at a higher level and explain it in its entirety. Topics include: - Autoimmune Disease - Share, Rate, and Review - FNMS Program - Autoimmunity and Fixed Mindset - Over 100 Autoimmune Diseases - Male vs Female Physiology and Autoimmune Dise…
 
Nick talks to Dr. Paul Barrett, a paleontologist at the Natural History Museum in London, UK. Paul has spent nearly 30 years as a paleontologist studying the evolution and biology of dinosaurs and other extinct reptiles. He has authored over 200 scientific papers, and his speciality is in non-avian dinosaurs. Nick talked to Paul about all things di…
 
White glove delivery services, hand-painted cannabis-infused chocolates, THC perfume (by Drew Martin); this is the future of products and customer service in the cannabis industry. In this episode, we sat down with Gabby Pavelko, CEO & Founder of Good People, a value-based community and consulting company for cannabis based out of San Francisco, Ca…
 
One of my currents mentees Sarah Fechter joins me on the podcast to discuss her experience and results with my Functional Nutrition and Metabolism Science Specialization program. She has a very unique background in running hip hop group dance classes in the past while also being an IFBB Pro. If Sarah's story resonates with you and you're looking to…
 
We've covered birth control from many angles and perspectives on previous episodes but I think there are 5 lesser known effects of birth control you would benefit from knowing. I will stay as unbiased as possible, relaying the science to you. Topics include: - Lesser Known Effects of Birth Control - The Origin of Birth Control - Staying Unbiased Fo…
 
The first podcast of 2022 discusses two papers with negative outcomes and explores the importance of sharing such results for patients and families and clinicians working with rare disease. Dr Nicoline Løkken discusses her work with resveratrol in mitochondrial myopathies (from 5m 18s) and Dr Arunabha Ghosh and Professor Brian Bigger talk about the…
 
Evaluating lab markers can be intimidating especially for a newer coach or anyone on their own transformation so I wanted to cover 3 specific lab markers that are underrated but ones you should play attention to in your physical transformation. I also thrown in a bonus one but you'll have to listen to the entire episode to find out! Topics include:…
 
Nick talks to Dr. Reggie Gaudino, a molecular geneticist and expert in the phytochemistry, biochemistry, genomics, and breeding of commercial Cannabis. He is the former Chief Science Officer of Steep Hill, one of the first cannabis testing labs in the US, and is currently VP of Research & Development at Frontrange Biosciences. Nick & Reggie discuss…
 
Many times, we think of metabolism and hormones in silo's or buckets instead of a fully integrated system within our physiology. I want to share 5 small steps that will hopefully allow you to better understand metabolism and hormones. Topics include: - Silo’s and Buckets - Reproductive Health - The Body Monitors Stress and Positions - Stress Manage…
 
Received a few great questions via my Instagram question box and wanted to answer 3 specific questions on today's episode. Topics and questions include: - Quick Q&A Topic Breakdown - Seed Cycling - How to Use Seed Cycling Optimally - Perimenopausal Hair Loss - Adding Muscle After Keto - Follow Me on Instagram ---------- Elevate your coaching game, …
 
Many health and fitness coaches hang their hat on having a customized and individualized approach to their coaching… but what does that really look like? It's much more than individualized macros. I talk about what the specifics of what individualized nutrition really looks like. Topics include: - Defining Individualized Nutrition - Share, Rate, an…
 
Nick Jikomes talks to Dr. David Roberson, a neuroscientist and co-founder of three ongoing biotech companies: Nocion Therapeutics, Blue Therapeutics, and Blackbox Bio. David is an expert in the neuroscience of pain and the conversation focuses mainly on pain: how does our brain sense and perceive pain? Why does pain sometimes become chronic, and la…
 
WOAH; buckle up for an eye-opening start to 2022! In this episode, parents John and Alison Shute come on the podcast with their adorable 9-month-old baby Willow to discuss navigating cannabis use as parents in this crazy world we live in. We touch on: explaining cannabis to children, consuming responsibly as parents, childproof packaging, consuming…
 
As we enter a new year, I want you to be as prepared and equipped as possible as a coach. I want to share with you 10 practical ways you can be a better coach this year and why it's so important. Topics include: - 10 Ways to Be a Better Coach in 2022 - Client Retention and Fulfillment - Upcoming Masterclass - Individualized Approach - Time Manageme…
 
In the second half of the episode — for patrons and subscribers only — R. Faze reads their story, “I Live an Hour from My Body” from Locust Review #4. We then continue to discuss art and politics with Laura Fair-Schulz, including her works, “Song of the Barren Tree,” “Circuit Eye Vines,”and “Dysmorph Becoming Aware.” We also discuss Laura’s process…
 
Justin Fruechte and Jared Knock joined me for a 2021 postmortem. We talked about the factors affecting agriculture in 2021 as well as a big picture discussion about how agriculture has changed as the West has been settled. Jared and Justin will be with us for a live podcast recording with Steve Kenyon at the 2022 Farm and Ranch Conference in Deadwo…
 
Dr Gabriele Ramoser, Dr Federica Caferri, Dr Sabine Scholl-Bürgi and Dr Daniela Karall joined the podcast to discuss their recent work looking at the Austrian "Registry for Inherited Metabolic Disorders". We spoke about the importance of patient registries, variable prevalence rates and the difficulties around where to care for adults with IMD. 100…
 
While many of the mainstream diets you see in marketing have their advantages, most if not all come with some nutritional deficiency, mainly missing vital micronutrients, vitamins, and/or minerals. I want to break down each popular diet and explain the nutritional deficiencies so you'll be better equipped to optimize nutrition plans for clients and…
 
Nick talks to Alexandros Marinos, PhD, founder & CEO of the edge computing technology startup, Balena. They discuss the internal organization of complex human systems. Alex talked about how he thinks about the organizational structure of his own company and how organizational structures impact group dynamics, growth, conflicts of interest, and inno…
 
The concept of reverse dieting has been incredibly helpful to the health and fitness space since it gained popularity recently. Sometimes it's not the answer though. Coaches can be too quick to recommend reverse dieting when there's issues beyond what reverse dieting will solve. Listen in as I explain 5 reasons why it's not the solution and what to…
 
Nels and Vincent review three aspects of SARS-CoV-2: phylogenetics of Omicron, a two-step fitness selection for variants, and putative RNA insertions from host genomes. Hosts: Nels Elde and Vincent Racaniello Subscribe (free): iTunes, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of TWiEVO Links for this episode Two-step fitness selection for SARS-Co…
 
Just because it fits your macros doesn't mean you or your clients need to consume it. While the flexible dieting approach has it's benefits, we understand food quality is as or more important than quantity. I'll give you a few examples of this so you'll have a better lens on this topic. Topics include: - Just Because It Fits Your Macros… - EAA and …
 
Merry Christmas Eve from the Sam Miller Science and Metabolism School family! As you drift off to sleep and Santa delivers toys and presents to children all around the world, I hope you and your clients have a quality night's sleep. If you or your clients are struggling with quality sleep, there are 6 overlooked factors that I want to cover in toda…
 
Nick Jikomes talks to materials scientist Dr. Chris Weikart, who is currently chief scientist at SiO2, an advanced materials science company that combines chemistry and engineering to create containers and surfaces for use by biotechnology, genomics, diagnostics, and consumer products companies. They discuss how SiO2 created a new kind of vaccine v…
 
Why does this extraterrestrial on a talk show say the aliens want to “help us,” and why are they so interested in our water? Seems fishy… Adam and Tish speak with artist, writer, and Locust Arts & Letters Collective member Laura Fair-Schulz about her work, and how labor, identity, gender, abstraction, dysphoria, and liberation all inform it. At the…
 
The calories in calories out model that explains energy balance seems simple on the surface but there's more to the "calories out" side of the equation. Today's episode is exploring those factors including BMR, TDEE, Thermic Effect of Food, and more. Topics include: - Fat Loss Fallacy Episode - Calories Out Side of the Equation - Psychological Fact…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2022 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login