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What roles does sleep play in the effectiveness of nutrition? Join Dr. Jeffrey Gladden, Steve Reiter and Dr. Mike Sinel in this episode of the Gladden Longevity Podcast. Dr. Mike Sinel completed his residency at Cornell University Medical Center & Memorial Sloan Kettering in New York. Dr. Sinel served as Director of Outpatient Physical Medicine at Cedars Sinai Medical Center—an Asst. Clinical Professor at the UCLA School of Medicine, he was also privileged to work closely with chiropractors and owned several medical/chiropractic integrative clinics. In addition, Dr. Sinel lectured on alternative approaches to pain and the mind-body connection at well-known institutions, including UCLA and the Esalen Institute. As a nationally recognized expert in spinal disorders and pain management, Dr. Sinel also authored several scientific articles and two well-known books on back pain, including Back Pain Remedies for Dummies. He is the owner of Physician Therapeutics. He is passionate about reducing the side effects of pharmaceuticals by bringing safe, scientifically proven, encapsulated medical foods as natural alternatives for pain, sleep, obesity, neuropathy, fatigue & cognitive decline. In this episode, they discuss the role of skin care for chronic diseases. As the podcast progresses, they talk about how food can affect chronic inflammation/issues, the mistakes people make when first addressing their need for different nutrition, and the use of medical foods to introduce and maintain optimal nutrition in people living with chronic conditions. How do we use food as medicine or wield amino acids for better health?
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Dr. Gladden introduces Dr. Mike Sinel, an integrative medicine doctor. (02:19) Dr. Gladden tells Dr. Mike how he feels about doing things differently. (03:53) Back pain mystery; need for holistic treatment. (06:02) Dr. Mike shares how he became a yoga practitioner twenty-five years ago. (07:55) Spirituality and wellness intersect in healing. (09:27) Dr. Mike believes that, to some level, we are all energy. (10:23) Dr. Mike says getting into deep yoga practice was his first thirst for spirituality. (12:03) Holistic medicine references, integrating community resources. (14:24) Encapsulated medical foods balance cellular nutrient demands. (16:40) Dr. Mike thinks amino acids are the precursors to neurotransmitters. (18:56) Safe, effective medical foods with no side effects. (21:04) Dr. Mike says there is a risk-benefit analysis to it. (24:24) Effective therapy for pain at a discounted price. (25:13) The medical officer prescribes Centre AM for fatigue. (27:33) Dr. Gladden explains that you don’t want to confuse amino acids with dietary proteins. (28:39) Dr. Mike shares that many people don’t have the ingredient they put on their labels or products. (31:48) Regenerative medicine, important basics, biohacking. (32:51) Rapamycin and a-carbo improve longevity. (33:54) Dr. Gladden explains how to deal with sugar. (34:54) Dr. Gladden thanks Mike for being on. (37:15) Mike thanks Steve and Dr. Gladden. (37:55)
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