Listen: William Davis, Milk discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"One of my talks about estrogen, of course, because I'm the estrogen guy hunt forty estrogen mas- unfortunate, estrogen man, but the other talks about epigenetics of cancer. And how you know these marks on the DNA like, for example. You might not have any genetic risk for any type of cancer. You know, and you can look that you can look at your twenty three and me or whatever and you can find that. But then you might actually change your epigenetics through your lifestyle through crappy diet or drugs, or whatever, and you might actually develop risks that you pass on to future generations making your offspring more prone to getting cancer that sort of thing and it's such a new field. I mean, there's nothing definitive. You know, you can't say this is definitely the way it's going, right? But at least I'm trying to get the word out there that there's a lot of powerful information that we need to pay attention to because that's the the future of science. I think you know, this epigenetics stem cells these things that were just barely scratching into right now. I mean, it's cool stuff. Yeah. It dep-. There's definitely a lot of great information. That's come from some of this talk. We had a doctor William Davis on the podcast recently. And he was fantastic as well. You know, former cardiologists, but, you know, going back to what you said about magnesium little bit he mixes alka-seltzer with the milk of magnesia and found that that's a really effective way for him and hit a lot of the people. He's worked with in the past to get magnesium. And actually, you know, I guess Milka magnesia as like it's actually kind of a crappy from warmer MAG magnesium, but by mixing with the alka-seltzer, it was it becomes really effective and cool. He said he's gotten some really good results off that he's very specific about it being alka-seltzer and not just like sparkling, water, whatever I just found that is found other things like really interesting. It's like, you know, first of all how the hell did even stumble upon how the hell they stumble upon that. And then he talked to us about this yogurt that he found that really affect. For gut health and all these different things. It's just he's a cool guy like him. And it's it's a it's wild. And it's unfortunate that some people are just for whatever reason not born with the capacity. They kind of deal with all this crap that we have in our society and other people are, and they'll have to ever really think about it a whole lot. I'll magnesium inherently is anti inflammatory. And that's one thing that's super important for people today because most people have too, much inflammation. But then the other thing about it is it's it's deficient in most people. Right. So it's should be it should be everywhere. But we're deficient in it. And we need it more than ever. So. So the important thing. Yeah. Will you know when I start to think about these different supplements? I have a lot of like, you know, I take a lot of shit. I there's stuff everywhere at my house me to you know, it's just I like vitamin C and everything, and I try to get everything through food to I understand the importance of that. But I have all these things, and you know, I'm obsessed with it. I think it's gonna make me, you know, super human or whatever and. You know, when you when you are, you know, utilized and all these different little tricks, and all these different things, you know, you're kind of thinking that it's going to cause, you know, this thing versus causing another thing. Like I supplement with magnesium. You know, I have all different kinds of. Yeah, too. Yeah. All the refined the supplements the nerds or the supplement. Yeah. Total totally get nerdy about it. Also hates it got million of them. Hell, yeah. Just like let me just take over the house with myself. Just they're everywhere. They're everywhere. All the time. Is is there anything that? You've noticed the from a supplement perspective that's helped kind of keep some of this. And check, you know. Well, I think it's so personalized you know, I mean. Even the infrared right like in people respond differently with infrared based on their nitric oxide, jeans and things like that. I mean, that's something. I'm always trying to figure out, you know.."