– All right, Dr. Fung, you are up. So you say eating nearly2 000 calories in one sitting isn’t that bad if someoneis on the OMAD diet. So tell us more. – These concerns aboutintermittent fasting, to me, seem a little bit misplaced, because it’s not somethingthat we just came up with like in 2021. I entail, Dr. Kahn mentioned Mark Mattson. Dr. Mattson reviewed in the New England Journal ofMedicine in December, 2019, and he had no concerns about that. In fact, and I mention here, he says, “Intermittent fastingimproves variou markers of cardiovascular health, including blood pressure and cholesterol”. And not only that, buthe goes on to point out that, hey, it may play a role in reversing or frustrating cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s sicknes, multiple sclerosis , notto mention weight loss and category two diabetes.So we know what happens. When you don’t eat, yourinsulin positions was down, which acts as a diuretic, you start to pee out. Your blood pressureactually tends to fall. You lose salted irrigate. And at the same time, other hormones, such as growth hormone goup, your epinephrin goes up, you activate thesympathetic nervous system, so your mas is actuallybeing submerge with intensity. And that’s why people can lose weight, because their metabolicrate is being maintained. You must be considered the hungry wolf. That wolf who hasn’teaten, he’s locked in, he’s able to concentrate, he’s got a lot of energy, and the metabolic proportion is up.So that’s a protective mechanism. When we don’t have anything to eat, our mas actuallyswitches to using body fat and our blood sugar, that devotes us more power so that we can go out and hunting. After all, that’s exactlythe reason we carry mas overweight. It’s a accumulate of nutrient calories. And if we don’t have anythingto eat, we retrieve that. – Well, there’s no debateamongst the three of us that there are roles forfasting promote health.The details are the difference. And this isn’t a fasting diet. This is fasting/ overeat, fasting/ gorging, within one hour, which has been shown inanimal and human examples to encourage insulin defiance. Fancy term, but your liveris not functioning well and your muscles inhandling blood glucose, LDL, blood pressure, it’s a bad rap. Now the diet justdescribed has been quoted by Dr. Valter Longo, professor at USC. Eat a high fat, high-pitched proteindiet to promote cancer. It’ll give you a decade. I don’t want to look gooduntil I get chemotherapy.I don’t want chemotherapy. Ultimately, it’s beautifulto talk about autophagy. Ask what blood tests any three of us do to actually define autophagy. Unknown, you can’t measure it. It’s all whoo. I won’t recommend whoo to my patients. I recommend outcomes, veggies, whole particles and legumes, with meagre animal produces if they wish, patterned after the Mediterranean diet, which is the only placeyou can gravitate to and be a legitimate nutrition expert. Sorry, everything else is egotism. – Got it. – Dr. Kahn, I’m just curious. What’s your believe on howour ancestors devour though? Cause you go back a millionyears or 100,000 times, they weren’t eating, theywere chewing a meat-based diet, and they would eat oncea day if they were lucky, they had a hunt it up.-( garbled) smartphone andGoogle those questions, and recognize I’m not an ancestral eater, because I’m living withwifi and stress and microbes that didn’t exist. I think it’s a deceit to say, “Pattern after people thathave an average life span of 35 years”. You want to look good and live long. I’m 11 years younger than you. I want to look good and livelong, but I’m going to do it in a way consistent with the literature.Can we learn from our ancestors? Of trend. I would go to the Danielfast in the book of Daniel, and eating waters and( indistinct) produce good results. It’s actually been studiedat the University of Memphis in Tennessee, and actuallydoes raise good results ..