Tuesday, October 20, 2020
Mitochondrial Health

Dr. Ron Rosedale – 'The Critical Connection Between Protein, Cancer, Aging and TOR'



Dr. Ron Rosedale is an Internationally known expert in nutritional and metabolic medicine and is with one of the founding fathers of the modern low-carb, high-fat, ketogenic diet community.

Dr. Rosedale is a pioneer in applying concepts based on the biology of aging to reversing diabetes and heart disease through a nutritional approach that he developed to improve the cell function. His classic 2004 book ‘The Rosedale Diet’ outlines the key nutritional approach that has become a standard bearer for the healthy way to doing a low-carb diet successfully.

Dr. Rosedale was founder of the Rosedale Center, co-founder of the Colorado Center for Metabolic Medicine (Boulder, CO USA) and founder of the Carolina Center of Metabolic Medicine (Asheville, NC). Through these centers, he has helped thousands suffering from so-called incurable diseases to regain their health.

As a keynote speaker, he has appeared before such prestigious groups as the Eighth Congressional International Medical Conference on Molecular Medicine, the First European Conference on Longevity Medicine and Quality of Life, and many more. He has also been a guest on numerous national radio and television news shows.

A .PDF version of the slides used in this presentation is available here; http://denversdietdoctor.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/Ron-Rosedale-The-Critical-Connection-Between-Protein-Cancer-Aging-and-TOR.pdf

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23 thoughts on “Dr. Ron Rosedale – 'The Critical Connection Between Protein, Cancer, Aging and TOR'
  1. to be honest I expected a little bit more informations. It is a little bit confusing. He explains that protein increases mTor and says that is crucial to reduce protein and by the way tells that ketones feeds some cancer too. This makes the impression that you now can eat carbs and then along the video he says, " I am not saying not only resrict protein but carbs, too…..ok and what's left?….and at the very end he tells you can eat fat. Ok…….

  2. The most important thing is to be a fat burner. We can argue about how much protein to eat. For instance people with extreme autoimmune issues seem to do better and get huge relief on carnivore diet. I guess eat as little protein as you can to promote as much autophogy as possible.

  3. Nature of cancer is a mystery until now. So, the recommendation to limit protein consumption to avoid cancer is groundless. It is another thing that we may practice fasting or avoiding proteins for some days on keto-diet for elimination of damaged cells and especially to rejuvenate old skin.
    Also there was some recent research wherein rejuvenation was observed in a group of volunteers by injecting HGH. See a link for details
    https://joshmitteldorf.scienceblog.com/2019/09/07/1st-age-reversal-results-is-it-hgh-or-something-else/
    Quite opposite to the expressed opinion in this video.

  4. The .75g/kg is not far from what I eat on my keto/carni eating , now that I am eating less, omad.

    We should remember also that humans are not mice. To say that this is all solid science is going a bit far.
    I am no expert but it is easy to see that humans are capable of functioning for a long time on a wide range of nutrients. Getting down to two decimal places based on mice is hubris. Can we see the calculations that arrived at that figure? And the underlying source data? How do we know that it is not 0.773g/kg/day? We know now that the public health dietary DV guidelines are rectally sourced.

    I just heard about a woman who has consumed .5kg of sugar per day in pepsi alone for all of her life. Not she is 60 and has to cut down to 4 cans after heart attack and diabetic shock. Stunning. Still alive.

  5. This is pretty extreme by any current eating pattern. For me 1gm per kg would be exceeded by 1 large-egg's yolk. Can this be right? I guess I could eat vegetables drenched in lovely fats for the remainder of my intake.

  6. 11:07 energy is used for 1 of 2 purposes. it takes a lot of energy to reproduce, also it takes lots of energy to repair. it has to decide, if there is enough nutrients, can support cellular replication. if there is are, then the genetic expression switch to reproduction/cellular replication. if there are not enough nutrients to support cellular replication, then the energy is invested in repair, so that that organism can outlive the perceived Nutrient Depravation, so that it can pass on the genome at a future more nutritional opportunity time. this is a decision that your body and your cell are making all the time.

  7. Dr. Rosedale has a lot of good information and talks about things you don’t hear much of on YouTube or on the internet in general… I really think he could help a lot of providers if he posted more lectures that aren’t limited to a limited time frame where he could really go into some of these mechanisms…

  8. I would like to know where does dr Rosedale get it that insulin is about 500 million years old. It is easy just to make up a story. Like his evolutionary story. Too many medical talks jump on the evolutionary history story just stating it as a fact. It makes me wander about the rest of their science. The hunter gathered narrative. It is so rive. Really do we have to listen it.

  9. Evolution is just an edumacated guess. The science is definitely not "in". And protein, don't get me started. What a crock. A likeable guy though .

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