Hydrate with water and/or fluids with some salt in it like coconut water or apple juice.
–And Yes, you can be on a liquid diet while running, you do not need to eat solids while running
Some people are heavy salt sweaters.
I’m ok with running on fasted state (empty) but well hydrated for up to 1 hour
Everyone is different and nutrition is complex, and talking about nutrition is akin to religion or politics. It’s not always one size fits all, and even as our own personal health changes, our diet needs changes. So it’s not one size fits all at all times.
The world of nutrition research is complicated by people with agendas.
I choose for my own health, plants and the associated carbohydrates with whole plants: legumes, grains, potatoes, rice, fruits.
I choose blender over juicer for fiber. We all need lots of fiber.
B12 is made by anaerobic bacteria. We need B12.
All plants have protein even rice.
Just a fun fact: 1 calorie of broccoli has more protein than 1 calorie of steak.
Yes, athletes need more protein, but they also need for calories. By naturally eating more calories, we will naturally make up for it in protein.
We were made to eat plants more so than cats. Cats have protein taste receptors on their tongues but they can’t taste carbohydrates.
Nutrition lecture for runners was given 2/11/17 at Doctors Hospital in Manteca, California.
I’ve been getting a few buzzing questions about Kybella for the neck. It’s a form of mesotherapy for the adipose tissue in the neck area. I’ve told patients that I’m waiting for a few things which include getting excellent education and training on the product and waiting to see about complications. There is much to learn from others when a new product comes out. I frequently think of these new items as a watchful waiting type of process.
I’ll have updates on Kybella coming soon for our Modesto practice. Stay tuned!
There’s a lot before Modesto, Botox, and Plastic Surgery. But today, I was reminded of Dr. Wu (Tammy’s) neighbor – while she was an undergraduate student at Brown University.
Here’s the story which I posted on FaceBook, but I share here:
My story of pianist Joan Orvis, our friend.
I want to spend a moment here to celebrate my memory of my friend pianist Joan Orvis. I met her when Tammy and I were young students at Brown University. Tammy lived off campus on Blackstone Blvd. She had a neighbor (Joan) in her apartment complex who played piano from time to time. She found out that I played violin. She introduced me to piano trio music at the highest level. I had always loved listening to piano trios, but never had the chance to play them. Her sister lived nearby and was a professional cellist. The three of us would get together regularly through my 8 years at Brown University and play trios. This was completely off the grid from Brown University. We even performed throughout Rhode Island as a trio. Some of my favorite classical music is piano trios and quartets, and all this blossomed from the time that I spent with Joan and her sister. Joan was a retired piano professor from University of Wisconsin-Platteville for nearly 30 years. I was just checking the internet to see what has happened to my friend whom I’ve lost contact with. I just found out that she passed away in 2001. My memories of that time were jogged when I saw Chee Yun’s posting about a piano quartet which I’ve always loved. I’ve shared that version on FB this morning (please see that video – it is quite worthy). In this link, the piano is played by one of Joan Orvis’ teacher (Menahem Pressler who is now 90 years old), so I share it here: http://youtu.be/W4_aE1CVr1s.
As part of my daily surgical dexterity practice, I play the piano. But I also need feedback by self-assessing my technique by making videos. Most importantly the sound created with my fingers, arms, and body is important. I do load the videos up onto the internet at times to get feedback from others. I would say that there are plenty of experts out there on the internet who know a lot more about piano playing than I do. But part of my goals is to have my dexterity improve for my cosmetic surgical practice where I inject Botox, Fillers, Veins and I perform Acupuncture too.
Two social sharing platforms are FaceBook and YouTube. I had to compare to see which one had better sound quality. In the end I think the sound quality goes with the video quality. YouTube won out in my opinion. But both platforms do change the volume and degrade the quality of the original file which was taken as a quicktime move with a Canon 60D camera which I got from Costco about a year ago.
Head to head comparison: YouTube vs. FaceBook
My initial conclusions are that YouTube’s sound quality degrades less than FaceBook’s. YouTube has a tendency to lower my volume and FaceBook does the opposite – it raises the volume (when compared to the original quicktime file sitting on my hard-drive). Here’s the YouTube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gqCNMfsNBvQ
I did the listening through a new beyerdynamic professional headphone. It’s the Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro 80 Ohms.
The box got crushed in the delivery to me, but I think the headphones are fine. This is how it arrived (there was an outside box that got beat up too). The box was torn in several places, but I think miraculously the headphones were flexible enough to take some of the squishing that happened.
Peptides, another hot topic in skin care, signal cells to stimulate collagen and elastin. Peptides are short strings of amino acids which can act as signaling molecules to help slow down visible signs of aging. Obagi Hydrate Luxe is the first and currently the only product at Surgical Artistry which contains peptide technology. Obagi Hydrate Luxe containes two key peptides which reduce the appearance of fine lines and increases skin firmness: Chronoline and Kollaren. This was my attempt to teach and discuss within our Modesto office.
Vitamin C in Skin Care
Vitamin C is used by fibroblasts to make collagen and elastin. Vitamin C is also an antioxidant which has a photoprotective effect by reducing damage to cells and DNA which are caused by oxidation from UV light exposure. Oxidation is also caused by pollutants over time. The vitamin C also protects the sunscreen from oxidative changes caused by UV light. This allows the sunscreen to work with less degradation from ultraviolet light.