V16N4a - Topics
Circadian Clocks Respond To Light And Are Affected By The Consumption Of Food
Every Major Organ In The Human Body Has A Circadian Clock
Chronobiology Includes The Investigation Of Rhythmic Patterns In Living Phenomena
Every Pattern Established Within A Living Organism Is A Function Of Homeostasis
V16N4c - Guest
Natasha Gonek has a Bachelor of Science in Biological Science and a minor in Psychology, as well as a compliment of other training in occupational health and safety, death investigation, interior design, crisis and suicide intervention.
V16N3a - Topics
Glucagon Causes The Liver To Convert Stored Glycogen Into Glucose
Glucagon Regulates the Rate of Glucose Production Through Lipolysis
A Steady Flow Of Glucagon Release Throughout The Day Helps The Body Oxidize Fat
Glucagon Is The Hormone That Normally Dominates Our Metabolism When We’re Fasting
V16N3c - Guest
Derek Evely is a highly successful coach and athletics educator. In the mid-1990s, he was the Head Coach of the Kamloops Track and Field Club before moving to Edmonton to work as the Sport Science Manager at the Canadian Athletics Coaching Centre (CACC).
V16N2a - Topics
Our Ability To Respond To Insulin Is Called Insulin Tolerance
Insulin Functions As An Anabolic Hormone and A Brilliant Fat Storage Hormone
Insulin Prevents Sugar From Rising Too High And Is Essential to Glucose Transport
Chronic Insulin Elevation Occurs As A Result Of Consuming A Diet High In Refined Carbohydrates
V16N2c - Guest
Dan Irvine at Radon BC is certified in both Radon measurement and Radon mitigation. Dan’s long history in construction, concrete coring and property management is a real asset in the Radon industry. Radon BC maintains certification with continuing education and ongoing training upgrades.