In this episode, the boys sit down with Dr. Tyler Jean, ND, whose expertise in the field of holistic nutrition is derived from his study of naturopathy and personal struggles with a history of generalized anxiety, asthma, eczema, and ADHD.
Dr. Tyler discusses the intricacy of the gut microbiome, and how our daily nutritional choices influence the function of key components of the ecosystem such as the postbiotic matrix and inflammatory modulation pathways.
Dr. Tyler gracefully opens powerful points of insight into the healing power of food, and how a systematic approach to athletic performance harnesses the pivotal role of key micro and macronutrients.
To learn more about Dr. Tyler’s clinical practice, check him out below!
0:00 to 3:30: Dr Tyler Jean Introduction
3:30 to 8:30: Holistic Considerations for Athletic Performance
8:30 to 13:00: Impact of Fermented Foods on Gut Microbiome
13:00 to 17:00: Prebiotics, Probiotics, Postbiotics
17:00 to 20:30: Salicylates, Oxalates, Food Intolerance, Microbial Community
20:30 to 25:00: Short-Chain Fatty Acids, Postbiotic Matrix, Microbial Evolution
25:00 to 30:00: Lipopolysaccharides, Citrulline, L-Carnitine
30:00 to 35:00: James’ Nutrition for Performance
35:00 to 38:00: Dr. Tyler’s 3 Foods For Performance
38:00 to 43:00: Matt Legge’s 3 Foods for Performance
43:00 to 48:00: Dr Tyler’s Favorite Supplements
48:00 to 51:00: Phyba’s New Product Line
This term refers to the waste left behind after your body digests both prebiotics and probiotics. Healthy postbiotics include nutrients such as vitamins B and K, amino acids, and substances called antimicrobial peptides that help to slow down the growth of harmful bacteria.
Lipopolysaccharides (LPS) are important outer membrane components of gram-negative bacteria. They are large amphipathic glycoconjugates that typically consist of a lipid domain (hydrophobic) attached to a core oligosaccharide and a distal polysaccharide.
Short-Chain Fatty Acids:
SCFAs are a subset of fatty acids that are produced by the gut microbiota during the fermentation of partially and nondigestible polysaccharides. The highest levels of SCFAs are found in the proximal colon, where they are used locally by enterocytes or transported across the gut epithelium into the bloodstream.
Salicylates are naturally occurring compounds found in varying amounts in a wide variety of plants.
Oxalates are natural compounds found in vegetables, fruits, nuts, and grains. Some examples of foods that are highest in oxalates include green leafy vegetables, soy, almonds, potatoes, tea, rhubarb, cereal grains and beets.
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