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Tucker Goodrich Podcast

Sep 8, 2022

Dr. Durham is a Family Physician in Boise, Idaho; and is Tucker's doctor.
We discuss how his practice has changed since he figured out how to solve his own chronic health problems, how this has changed his practice, some successes, and more.
Joshua Durham, DO
Blog comment:
Dr. Durham: “If you need a family Dr. here in Boise hit me up. I went from 235lbs to keto to carnivore and then finally came across your info. Now at 195 I feel comfortable knowing what I can and can't have and why I was so sick. Felt great on carnivore but can't live that way forever. Thank you for your work.”
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Dr. Eric Westman
New Atkins for a New You: The Ultimate Diet for Shedding Weight and Feeling Great by Eric C. Westman, Stephen D. Phinney, Jeff S. Volek
• (this link benefits the podcast!)
Dr. Durham: “Good fat/bad fat” I wrote a post about this: “Good Keto vs. Bad Keto”
Dr. Durham: “Then I saw your interview with Paul Saladino…”
• “How Seed Oils Destroy Your Mitochondria and Lead To Chronic Disease, with Tucker Goodrich”
“…and then I watched Brad Marshall…”
• Brad’s blog is here:
Drs. Kerley and Durham compare “elevator pitches” to patients.
Dr. Durham: “I needed 4 pills based on the guidelines, and I was 38 years old.”
Tucker: “Lean-Mass Hyper Responder”:
Norwitz, N. G., Soto-Mota, A., Kaplan, B., Ludwig, D. S., Budoff, M., Kontush, A., & Feldman, D. (2022). The Lipid Energy Model: Reimagining Lipoprotein Function in the Context of Carbohydrate-Restricted Diets. Metabolites, 12(5), 460.
Dr. Durham: 40:02 “American College of Cardiology article…”
Astrup, A., Magkos, F., Bier, D. M., Brenna, J. T., de Oliveira Otto, M. C., Hill, J. O., King, J. C., Mente, A., Ordovas, J. M., Volek, J. S., Yusuf, S., & Krauss, R. M. (2020). Saturated Fats and Health: A Reassessment and Proposal for Food-based Recommendations: JACC State-of -the-Art Review. Journal of the American College of Cardiology, 76(7), 844–857.
See Episode 5, in which we interview Tom Brenna, one of the co-authors of that article:
Tucker: “The AGEs, same thing—Chris Masterjohn did a great post years ago looking into it:
Masterjohn, C. (2011, October 7). Where Do Most AGEs Come From? O Glycation, How Thy Name Hast Deceived Me! | [Blog]. Chris Masterjohn, PhD.
Tucker: “Polyunsaturated fats are about 10x as effective in producing advanced glycation end products [than glucose]…”
Fu, M.-X., Requena, J. R., Jenkins, A. J., Lyons, T. J., Baynes, J. W., & Thorpe, S. R. (1996). The Advanced Glycation End Product, N-(Carboxymethyl)lysine, Is a Product of both Lipid Peroxidation and Glycoxidation Reactions. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 271(17), 9982–9986.
Tucker: Lp(a):
• Hazard ratio 16.8: Tsimikas, S., Brilakis, E. S., Miller, E. R., McConnell, J. P., Lennon, R. J., Kornman, K. S., Witztum, J. L., & Berger, P. B. (2005). Oxidized Phospholipids, Lp(a) Lipoprotein, and Coronary Artery Disease. New England Journal of Medicine, 353(1), 46–57.
• Hazard ratio 1 in Africa: Paré, G., Çaku, A., McQueen, M., Anand, S. S., Enas, E., Clarke, R., Boffa, M. B., Koschinsky, M., Wang, X., Yusuf, S., & null,  null. (2019). Lipoprotein(a) Levels and the Risk of Myocardial Infarction Among 7 Ethnic Groups. Circulation, 139(12), 1472–1482.
• 2 sure-fire ways to raise Lp(a):
1. Statins: Yeang, C., Hung, M.-Y., Byun, Y.-S., Clopton, P., Yang, X., Witztum, J. L., & Tsimikas, S. (2016). Effect of therapeutic interventions on oxidized phospholipids on apolipoprotein B100 and lipoprotein(a). Journal of Clinical Lipidology, 10(3), 594–603.
2. Healthy diet: Navab Mohamad, Reddy Srinivasa T., Van Lenten Brian J., & Fogelman Alan M. (2004). Apparent Paradox of Low-Fat “Healthy” Diets Increasing Plasma Levels of Oxidized Low-Density Lipoprotein and Lipoprotein(a). Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology, 24(3), 392–393.
• Pork and LDL: Stewart, J. W., Kaplan, M. L., & Beitz, D. C. (2001). Pork with a high content of polyunsaturated fatty acids lowers LDL cholesterol in women. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 74(2), 179–187.
Treating Lp(a)/OxLDL with antibodies:
Dr. Kerley: Robb Wolf interview:
Wooden breast in chickens:
Soglia, F., Mudalal, S., Babini, E., Di Nunzio, M., Mazzoni, M., Sirri, F., Cavani, C., & Petracci, M. (2016). Histology, composition, and quality traits of chicken Pectoralis major muscle affected by wooden breast abnormality. Poultry Science, 95(3), 651–659.
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