Ep. 89: The Anti-Inflammatory Effects of Fruit Juice and The Hormonal Effects of PUFA vs. SFA 

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In this episode we discuss:

  • Whether PUFA causes more oxidative stress than saturated fats
  • How PUFA intake affects testosterone
  • Whether fruit juice should be avoided for blood sugar regulation
  • The effects of fruit juice on inflammatory markers and endotoxin
  • Whether fruit juice has the same effects as soda

4:10 – the effects of different dietary fat compositions on phospholipid and neutral lipid compositions in the testicles 

18:31 – the effects of different dietary fat composition on oxidative damage and antioxidant status in the testicles 

29:44 – the effects of different dietary fat composition on hormone production and metabolism in the testicles 

38:26 – introducing the next study discussing the effects of orange juice on a high-fat, high-carbohydrate meal in terms of inflammation and endotoxin 

44:14 – the effects of orange juice on blood glucose and insulin sensitivity 

47:55 – the effects of orange juice on ROS production, TLR2 and TLR4 expression, and plasma endotoxin 

51:35 – factors that could account for the benefits of orange juice 

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  • stinne
    Posted at 11:02h, 21 January Reply

    Would you be open to including transcripts for your podcast? It could greatly enhance the learning experience, especially for content-heavy episodes. Written materials, like transcripts, can be valuable for learners, providing a helpful supplement to the audio content. For example, Otter.ai is a great tool for transcribing. Cheers

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