17 Burst results for "Andrew Genyk"

"andrew genyk" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

Just Fly Performance Podcast

04:37 min | 6 months ago

"andrew genyk" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

"That we do that many other people do not is we independently lab tests the stuff which is quite expensive but we send it off to one verify that it is what they they say it is because unfortunately it's not always. We've had some suppliers that ship stuff in did not pass but then there are testing for heavy metals. Those testing for microbes are heavy. Metal standards are stricter than any of the government's out there so we make sure everything passes those with flying colors so and we post all those tests publicly on our website. We haven't done this with all of our suppliers but some of them especially within the US like we know the people. We've gone to the farms. There's video on our website. Hey where you can see that kind of stuff of particular note. There's Ashra Gonda is grown up around Portland Oregon amazing amazing stuff in our show. Sandra comes from farm out In Massachusetts Yeah just it's phenomenal stuff better quality than you'll find just about anywhere else and that's the things like. I started this company along with my two brothers others. And we got into this because we wouldn't take the herbs for ourselves and supporting our own performance we wanted the highest quality software self. And then you might as well share it with everyone else. We're doing that kind of work. The Best Even the best coaching the best everything it all started with the end of one and finding the best you could and then it grows out where it's one one thing. I think. A lot of people have questions because this isn't even just I've seen other athletes who have been recommended in a performance herbal supplement by another health professional and they but they've been been hesitant because of like for for professional organizations and drug testing and thinking. Well what if this has something I mean is there any in terms of herbalism is is there any sort of Way that we can make sure these are safe quote unquote or is that. Is that something that might be done. The future is that a possibility. I think most are safe. We do have a deer antler product. That's come under scrutiny. We are apparently on the NFL ban. List but I don't know about college stuff you'll have to look further than that but like aunt is on the radar and it doesn't actually have anything in it that is GONNA get banned. Most of our products are like that like most people have never heard of half the stuff we so our biggest sellers pine pollen literally only the pollen and pine trees pretty helpful in that. It has FIDO androgen. So these Andrew Genyk substances that really help our body and our hormones system for men as well as those women. Yeah Pine Pond. I know that's another and I was going to say to that I really like before I get to five. Really liked how you put the beat powder in the because the beat Oxidative I know it's like during nitric oxide. Yeah yeah so one thing about herbs tell people a lot of tastes pretty bad especially like Hercules Phoenix. They really have like earthy dirt like flavor. Many people you know if you've had like pre workouts. Most of that stuff is chemical like flavorings in order to make it taste. He's decent so one we just tell people man up. It's not that bad. Just kind of down it but you can also add something like the beet juice powder that we have available which which actually tastes really good and is going to add more of the athletic performance benefits at the same time. Can we do have some stuff in capsules and whatnot so you can bypass the taste but there is reason the actually tastes the herbs in the first place kind includes your body into what to do with them. Yeah I totally agree with that. I remember reading that I think when I whatever the first product I by reading it's important taste the herbs and the idea of even just modern society kind of disconnects us with feeling ourselves. Oh you shouldn't feel pain. Oh you shouldn't feel you know Dr Tommy. John Roy Mentors saying saying that that society teaches these things. But we need to feel and I think we need to taste and we need to and honestly a lot of those herbs that are always a few that I I didn't like it. I don't mind actually like it. Now it's nice term malleable. They really do adapt and largely. The Western society has said the bitter taste is is bad. Let's do away with that completely right and so understand that. If something has a bitter flavor there are certain groups of compounds in there That what if you are never having them your body is not getting any. You're like blocking off a whole section of nutrition in there so actually understanding the different tastes. Blake you have five or six different taste depending on how you divide them up at. You really should be tasting all these things that's going to be more balancing to do so so there's good reasons to do it. And I'm really helps clear body into what to do with the stuff and one hundred percent and I'm not saying this plays a factor at all that it does even make me think like you know the placebo effect where it's like at this earlier. This tastes like not saying I'm not saying that that's the way it works. We do. Use A tagline..

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"andrew genyk" Discussed on Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

03:46 min | 9 months ago

"andrew genyk" Discussed on Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

"Is there a ton of different drug formulations. We've got got you know intramuscular we've got Topical Testosterone like Gels and Patches Oral injectable actionable as far as We've got a subcutaneous pellets. For example that are kind of time released delayed release of testosterone so multiple multiple different Avenues to deliver testosterone in those patients. That needed one really important and What I think is an important patient? Education point particularly with topical agents especially topical agents. That have have strong. Systemic absorption is that risk of incidental exposure To others that may be helping pick up medications indications or closely intimate with those that Are Using these medications. And they're on the skin and probably most concerning with testosterone Is it does have some negative impacts if a patient a female is pregnant and they're exposed to that so be really really careful in educating patients that that may be using the topical Gel or the patches that you know skin to skin Contact with that GEL or coming in contact with that patch. That drug is obviously going to be absorbed through the skin. That's how we're using it in pregnancy and we can have some really negative outcomes there so Be Extremely careful with patients. Be Sure to educate them. about Those risks especially for those Topical agents now adverse drug reactions from testosterone asteroid. So you can probably think of some of the things that maybe you've heard associated with the abuse of steroids or her Andrew Genyk Anabolic Steroids So I think Acne you've also heard the term Maybe heard the term road rage. So you can have some emotional Changes You know more aggressive agitated anxiety insomnia things like that can happen from Excessive doses of testosterone in certainly in situations of abuse where people people are abusing these for their muscle building purposes. But in addition to that. You know you might say well. Why don't you know we use destroyed a little bit more often? Well there is more risks than just superficial risk and testosterone. Ken Raise Blood Pressure. And with that there's definitely associations with cardiovascular risks things like heart attacks strokes To stop strong can also increase lipids So again there were were creating Maybe exacerbating multiple risk factors That could increase the risk of cardiovascular events in addition there's association with DVD N.. P. Risks as welder older so lots of potential negatives from the use of testosterone. So we need to be really careful. I need to be paying attention into the patient population that we might be using this medication in as well. So let's take a quick break from our sponsor and we'll finish up On Drug Interactions..

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"andrew genyk" Discussed on Room 77 | Podcast

Room 77 | Podcast

14:49 min | 1 year ago

"andrew genyk" Discussed on Room 77 | Podcast

"Against you guys report short. But seriously, it's time to put them away. It's done board. Shorts are now the jams of when we were wearing board shorts it's like you don't wear jams anymore. Butchered, there are the new jams. So guys burn them when I went to the store months ago, I saw pair of black shorts that I thought they look now, I went a size down because I thought that'd be sexier. And as sexy as they look my balls are spread across by inner thigh. So I have to change into a pair of underwear right now because I have to do this now or it's going to bother me through the entire thing. Okay. So laren. Yeah. Handing you the show for the next. I think I could do this in under seven seconds. Okay. Maybe while you're gonna change out. So this is not going to be pretty from that angle, by the way. I've seen worse. Oh, they're hurting. Okay. Just one at a time side one-sided at a time. Oh my God. Your headphones is in between your car in my pants. It's also a million degrees in here. Okay. All right. I am back. We are recording. Now we're back with Dr Jeff and Dr Karen, how are you guys? So we're, we're doing. Well, one of the most talked about people we've ever had on the podcast. People ask about, you guys all the time for some reason, people find you adore. I mean it's, it's both of you. They don't even know what we look like matter. We've won the hearts of America and parts of Kenya from download statistics. The good news is also you guys are coming here. Very, very soon. Is that true? Yeah, we're coming OB there on Saturday. We'll see you guys in a few days. Actually, I'm counting the hours. But how do you feel that, that, that so many people sort of sort of love you? So we're not sure we feel about that. That's always enjoyed a little anonymity. So that ship has sailed my friend, I feel special. You should you should, you know, one of the questions that I usually get Lauren is people ask me when did you to go to school together? Right. And I tell them, you know, somewhere in the a nine days, eighty eighty nineties in that area. And they ask where I got my degrees, from plural, raise, and I tell them I tell them that we spent a lot of time together, do you remember those days as early as I do Dr Jeff. I remember the days. I don't remember are these together vac. I don't know why. In the nineties. I didn't remember them yet. I'll try to jog your memory and maybe the times of us going through med school and taking those tests exam things. I'll just throw you some things that maybe you will or will not remember, but this is what we wanted to bring up on this podcast. Number one. We wanted to talk about vanity some vanity questions that relate around medical thing that we both know, right? You and I were versed in them. And I wanted to say you can you can answer some questions that, that we have maybe some of the some of the people have we want to sort of get a definitive answer in a medical sense, smoking, good, or bad. With forty the jury's out on that anymore. We're pretty sure that that was going to be a bad one. Except your answer. I still think we need the few more studies. But we'll, we'll talk about it. Do you know anything about own replacement hormone replacement because one of the things that we encounter a lot at this resort, both men and women, right? Yeah. They're like, well, I get my blood tested and I am on this does. And everyone knows their stats and all this stuff like it's the new thing. Now, here's the thing is going to be honest with you, doc. There's been times where I put some testosterone inside of my body. A first law used to put it in my juice. But we learned that the wrong way doesn't, what doesn't work, not right now in particular, but there have been some hormones in my body. Now, what I can't seem to understand is, when I did it was totally not above board. And I was taking testosterone, I was taking steroids. But when a doctor does it, it's called harm Mon replacement therapy. So what is the deal is? That's something that is potentially bad for you. Is it something in the long run that? We see these guys either forties. Fifties sixties in up women. Right. As a lot of women who I've talked to have done it, because I've, I've, I'm curious about it, too. I'm really curious about what is the deal for male and female standpoint there. Those are going to be a little different, right? So first of all, to the point, you ask, initially, a testosterone replacement reason that, that is concerning is because the amount that weightlifters will take will be in excess of a thousand times, the usual body amount of testosterone, so your body makes endogenous has not from refers to have a certain amount that does allow you. We consider like home your states, but normal balance. You get a little low. You're going to feel the effects of that. And so the replacement of testosterone in those that are deficient rings them back to that baseline level. So that a great value. So hormone replacement in the setting deficiency is what we basically just talking about an amount. That is the difference between doing Royds and Harmon replacement therapy because no there are other things besides testosterone at you can take to stop Strom tends to be a commonly used steroid. But there are other Andrew genyk steroids that you can take to build muscle mass. Let's just stick to testosterone because that seems to be would you common, the most common one because especially women they're like, oh my testosterone was outta whack now. My libido is crazy. Yeah. And to me than like I want some of that sign me up really quick back in med school. Do you remember Claire? She was super sweet super racist. But only towards Polynesians. Sweet racist. Claire not killing. I don't remember her go on with your testosterone and things. So is it an amount that you have to really watch out for? Yeah. I mean in the sense, they're both men and women have testosterone mid, obviously, have more. There's certainly fairly marketed effects of testosterone on the human body in. So it's kind of interesting because what we consider maleness lot of is driven by testosterone. Really, you're back embryo logically. It's actually the absence of testosterone that generates female so you have with the prince of testosterone, high amounts, you actually will you will actually develop all secondary male sexual characteristics, when you have to stop Strom, so that's not how a woman be affected by Smoothness Nassar. speaking purely embryonic -ly, because I don't know what that word me. You actually would develop more male sexual characteristics in the presence of testosterone, even very early on in development, so you're not taking his much as a bodybuilder. Right. We're not gonna look like the Dwayne the rock Johnson. Yeah. Right. I mean you could you could. If you wanted to. Yeah, I'm sure he doesn't put it in his apple juice. But if you take a measured amount, it's still going to be double your testosterone. It's going to be at a higher level than what would normally be are the same risk factors the same? Or is it just somebody that, that it affects bodybuilders because they take so much anytime you're gonna take more than what your body would merely make who you're saying kind of be accepted values accepted numbers, you're going to have some facts? I mean, they're either things like sleep apnea, you know, you can develop acne, you can have kind of enlargement brass. You know. There's you can actually limit your sperm production because your body down regulates its own function testosterone. You'll get some kind of subtle effects, your actually increase your chance for blood clotting disorders having a little more may will improve the BDO a look of emotional wellbeing, but just a little bit more than would be. You're correct amount. You can start getting some trouble. So it doesn't do no real benefit to be too high to have excessive testosterone say the normal, like I feel like people in the late fifties sixties are doing normal of a forty year old or something is that normal of a thirty year old? Yeah. But that's not what you were body would be making at that level. And they're like, but it's replacement therapy. I'm doing what my body should be doing. Yes, there is a natural decline in the amount of testosterone that we see it's very typical men beyond forty. We see we see diminish every year. So if you would take the replacement you would certainly be able to hold on his stomach those earlier characteristics. But problem is that the body is aging. And so just the prince disastrous doesn't decrease the aging of cells, you will not have the same effect in so your body actually, the receptors for testosterone actually down. Regulate so as you get older, you're, you're not gonna have the same effect that you had when you were younger with it. Now if you want somewhat precipitously, you're really good number. Loves when you use a lot of sales is this guy too smart now not at all. I'm still hard right now. Maybe it's just the testosterone in my body. Jobs in excess. Ben you, would you like to bring him back up to at least the number where it should be given that age what we find is, is that guy is just taking more. Anyway, whether it's a pellet under their skin, whether it's, it's an injection. They're they're still got the telltale signs of somebody who's taking steroids. There obviously sort of abusing it not as much as someone like the mountain. Right, right. It's a game throw more than would be, you know, in your than normative values. You have some of those subtle effects. We all associate with increased tostadas, right? You the mood swings. Like I said, the sleep apnea, the acne the things that you think about that is you can see the earliest manifestations of that. If you're in excess of your normal Valley, I gotta tell you what. What cardiologists said to me about steroids before when ask you, if you remember back in med school, Glenn, the bald guy. Really, Harry arms. Hugs were really warm. Not ringing a bell. To the yearbook. So this cardiologists this cardiologists said to me, basically, so many words, Richard. You're going to die are their heart problems that are directly related to taking testosterone, just as a supplement just as a soap lament it again, in the setting of a insufficiency or a deficiency of it. So is well, let's say a minor abusive behavior to little more than what you were a little more like. Oh, like Oops, I put a little bit more in. My needle ads are licking stellar. We affect on the end organ is a dose, dependent relationship with the amount of testosterone in a would be a question of how much you're taking as that affect my be does have an effect on cardiac muscle or Sadat's as would skeletal muscle as well even smooth muscles, three different types of Mossel and all of them will have. Some responses test us. What am I smooth muscles ones that are smooth track? So that's like when you swallow don't screw up your swallow muscle. After it. That's follow muscle is very. May take testosterone again just going to say that out there, those Richard what, what's the what's the endgame there? What's the purpose as far as health issues go, I like looking good naked, right? And it seems to help with that. Sometimes when, when I take it, I'm like, oh, Richard your muscles, look bigger. That's pretty hot. And it does make you a little bit horny or does make your dick a little bit fluffier. I guess I don't know what's going to happen, when I'm seventy five am I going to pay for that later down the line? Maybe but I don't know of I as a doctor completely convinced with the research that, I've done, these body builders are being tested in these case studies, and they're grossly abusing the drug and I read once on a thing I watched once on YouTube because I don't read. When you are that big like a bodybuilder, the body doesn't know the difference between its two hundred pounds of mussels or two hundred pounds of fat. So that's going to damage the heart it has to. So are the case studies that are done. Are they only done with these gigantic bodybuilders that are a taking a huge amount? That's what you're saying. You're onto the right cutter is does dependent relation. So if you're just like those bibles, you're often taking the sun exaggeration, they'll take a thousand times the normal goats, and you're right. They're not dropping dead. And testosterone is a normal. It's it is a, you know, it's an dodge Innis hormones, we make on our own. It's just like cortisol Rato. You can't be allergic to curb your body makes it so is the same disastrous. You'll find if you were to take more than, you know, than your body needs, there will be some effect. But you're you're saying right thing in the long term. What does he affect a Li? The ten percent higher dose than would otherwise be you're buying creating on his own, and we did visit him subtle effects about. But with the wrong term is probably not as clear because most case studies are as you detailed. I mean it's mostly the knows I still advise you. I'm just gonna cut that part out of the podcast and pretend that you never said it. So. Listen. Going back to med school because I know you don't remember I just wonder. Do you remember Phillies, so homophobic? They couldn't eat a banana with a break ended up in chunks. This is my next topic. Bo. Talks and filler now. I'm not gonna lie..

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"andrew genyk" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"andrew genyk" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"Welcome back to the new dramatic report. We have Tony here from neutral and its top selling product. It has four properties number one. It kills all passed into most powerful over anti pathogenic. It is a plasma. And I talked to a gentleman who was a chemist actually. And he questions that. I don't know if I believe you that this is really truly a mono Tomic idleness. Yes. Put your special field. We actually take photographs of the spectral change in the your signature of the molecule. Now, all not all the atoms. Are you know, the die Tom mcadams of ID nurse, but the two but a portion of our and it becomes what's called a four state of matter, which just plasma. Now, it's interesting that all enzymes and all living things are actually the plasma state, which is modeled Tomic's date. And therefore it allows it to make or break chemical bonds because of the electoral Felicity or the neutral, Felicity of specific bond forming properties when it's folded around a protein around that active site the second property of the nine has details. All other highlights Florida corden, bro toxic to my conju and third property. It has it helps to make new Condie. Monica. Andrew genyk the forest property. It has very important is Neutrogena supports energetics and the south eighteen ninety eight. And if you don't have enough active aiding you can't donate to four which is a pretty hormone to tease, which locks onto the crista Galli of the medico. Andrea Gernon oxidative phosphorylation to creep in triphosphate and nicotine dinning nuclear tied hydrate actually have a bottle of each of my my desk here just behind my little most. And the fact is your when you take neutral sign your creasing you have to do this. If you're going to be taking our minus IRA do not take synthetics. I relieve Iraq's Anderson's, right? So those are the four big properties. But you have some questions today. Tony go ahead. So I was just wondering if the money is experiencing a hormone imbalance. How does Don influence correcting this situation what kind of hormones? Arm was referring to thyroid male female, growth hormone which adrenal hormones, which one. Well, so hormones in the correct that your thyroid produces hormones that regulates here in the current system and style, isn't basically. Limit limits us a little analogy here. There's two big horses of never win old back see ninety one hundred years ago when people are plowing their fields with horses. Okay. Too. Big. You know, let's say the Scottish type horses, right? Be clydesdale. One horses called thyroid horse. The other one is called the adrenal horse. If you're not working property gino's get under stress, so your stress are months get disturbed and eventually you'll end up with adrenal stress hormone abnormally diurnal pattern, and maybe flattening or less hormones need, which increases inflammation. So thyroid is serving dependent. It's the it's the bridge between our eukaryotic DNA and might county which is pro carry attic too. Because the procure yada of generate ninety five percent of your cell energy to keep you oxidative metabolism. If you die or not embalmed, you're not truly dead until all yourselves even Enron towels chefs down after a number of months when you dehydrate in your sells might country can't work anymore, but you're not dead reading completely your aerobically dead. So you can't talk and walk and converse and just food and so on, but your cells can still metabolize for number of months believe it or not and if you're actually dying. Frost? You don't really physically die because deaths requires a non reversible state. That's why people are now going into pro including putting their heads and Kreil. So they can. Resurrect say century for now in life, resurrection technology standard operational procedure. So people have to understand that. But by the cartridges, resurrect your neutral doesn't help resurrect your oxidative metabolism and resurrect energetics in your cell oxygenation of yourselves, a create structural, proteins and enzymes so it has an indirect effect on things like growth hormone release. We call some Atta pas, male and female hormone because I was not working properly your other hormones don't work properly either including your hormones and your brain that regulate melatonin serve tone euro transmitters for depression and sleep awake, full cycles, etc. So Cyrus free central visit. So my second part to that question was how important is hormone regulation, and what kind of health. Nate hormone regulations, really important. The problem is that most doctors internet what's called a Mickey Mouse level, including even specialists don't measure freaky for free and free reverse ry. And even a lot of chronologies earner to this you missed the boat because you can have an admirable ratio of normal free t three versity three and Sylvia. Woods called type two hypothyroid. Dr Mark star wrote a book about ten years ago on this. We had him on a few years ago. I actually did the original research discovered type two hypothyroidism, I even claimed to term that hypothyroidism, basically, I was also tied to my condo dysfunction, which is tied to things like diabetes. So that if you have someone who's diabetic, you can't leave them hypothyroid state, or they have much more chance of circuitry problems. Congestive heart failure, hypertension, and eventually things like amputations serious infections because if you're immune cells aren't working properly hypothyroidism, you're used to us. Infections. I can't eat it, viruses, and bacteria that can destroy your vascular tree and can cause you to get an petitions and secondary infections. So it's very important stuff. In other words, if you're have another health problem, and you're still hypothyroid, and if you'd give since you do not practice, I right because you have to being tain preparation, gene, reverse t- three and t three and and you want your core by temperature to be normal and each Oregon, by the way converts T forty-three independently so you can have a normal level in your brain have a low level in your liver of property forty t three conversion unique cofactors, we need selenium Christopher eight afraid capsules from John Hopkins. I have a mono Thomas cellini, Mike and make for you to on console. We have cellini in our vitamin Rome accent minerals, plus which is a Albion key, which is the best form of delivery because the protein amino acids late you need six other minerals, we need besides introduction. You need six other minerals present. Including selenium, by the way, was five hundred one besides that minerals, plus vitamin Rome. Max if you don't have them you can't properly, and we forced Golan, which is coleus for Scully, I to increased proper performed the nation, and you have to mop up oxidative stress, which can affect them. Andrea. That's why ultra Simon be one which is single oxygen to get rid of netra proxy, radical adequate levels of copper, we have copper Genta max, and copper and mineral max of minerals, plasters more three times as much in four times as much as minerals, plus of the special copper, Albion key and copper deficiency in sleep muscles. One of the primary causes of diabetes and the early phases of might condos function your muscle is the end line cause of hypertension. Hypertension is a fellow of my Qendra in your blood vessels. So that you don't respond with a secondary shirring force contraction of your blood vessels to your heart. So hypothyroidism is very very common. And now, of course. We have focused human Daichi hitting. Everybody's might account in the world northern hemispheres, especially the scanner radiation. Five network is very toxic to might a Qendra and to the bio manure got. So if you wanna kill someone got bio- might a convert have cell phone exposure five network, so Cyrus big deal, and it's getting more and more prominent and there's now electoral pollution as well as, you know, Haley, toxins, Florida, chlorinated, water and pesticides and almost all pesticides have highlight. And they're not not ID there, chlorine bromide, or Florida and Florida most of all of them.

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"andrew genyk" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

11:48 min | 1 year ago

"andrew genyk" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"He's done this with three bestselling books seminars in gyms. These people were no different than you. The only difference is they chose to make a change in their life. Now, it's your turn. Don't put it off any longer. Let Larry help you become an even better you here's Larry north. Everyone. This is Larry north. This is the better you show. I might my gosh when they talked about the summer of eighty it's sorta just hit me in the head. It didn't rain for one hundred straight days in. I got my first job as a teenager and what are teenagers? Ask. But when they get their first job when's my day off. And they said it takes off when it rains and a hundred straight days, I worked at least I got a lotta overtime. Welcome to the better you show. This is Larry north your host. I'm thrilled to have you m my my guess is amazing. So it's interesting. I don't know about you. But I don't believe in coincidences. I my my wife Brenda was pleading for a house wall filled water filtration system for the home to be healthier for our skin and make sure that the drinking water that our dogs, and we were drinking was the best possible water. So I'm like, what do I do? I don't know how to research this. So I go to my go-to guy who's one of the best nutritionists? And and really experts in so many things that pertains a health Kaufman who my brother alum works for. And I said Doug, I need a little bit of guidance. Here. He goes, you're not gonna believe this. I've got the the guy for you. Paul Bertero is is a friend of mine, and he has a really something that's going to revolutionize people's thought process on their water, and it's going to get people healthier. And I'm like. Doug hook us up. And so he did and to my lovely surprise Paul and his family happened to be in Dallas this week. So I have my guests Paul. It's so good to see you. Thank you so much later. It's an honor to be here. Well, I'll tell you. We happen to have had a chance to meet earlier in the week on Thursday just to get to know each other. I knew you were in town. It's like, you know, let's get the I introduced you to a friend of mine, and I have to tell you. Yeah. We come across people in our lives that can be impactful all the time. You're you're at a a wonderful conference this week. So I imagine you met several people that are impactful. Yes. But you impacted me I mean, you really did you had messages that were from the heart. I can tell that your passion for health and wellness and taking a more holistic approach to healing people. It's real evident to me. Thank you. I I really am passionate about two things really helping people get to the source problem and fixing that so that they can have health without being beholden to bottles other things that give them their health because I firmly believe that the body was created to heal itself. And we just need to have the right tools for the body to help it accomplish its purpose. I know you've done a lot of television. You've done a lot of radio you've also speak. I mean you travel not just domestically, but literally internationally, what's what's your what's in your PowerPoint? What's your main presentation? You know, I probably have fifty power points, depending on who the audience is. But really if you ask me, what's the most important thing for health right now. I'm writing a dissertation actually on centenarians. So many people have ideas of what foods are good. What this is good. What's gonna make you live longer? What what is long jetty? Right. What is longevity? How can I live longer and be happy and enjoy this life with my loved ones where we want. We all want. Yeah. I mean from the founding youth to today. So what I would say is gut health is the absolute only. Thing that I have found with all the three thousand centenarians than I've studied through this process of writing this paper on how to live long jetty. There gut health was the only thing. So the main focus for health is is obviously good health because eighty percent of the immune system is housed in the gut. So most of my presentation today is all about educating people on the absolute importance of having their gut functioning appropriately. Which is interesting Paul because the gut is sort of very popular right now people are talking about gut. Lucky you. And so I think like my listeners, you know, they're they're they're smart. They're intelligent. They're educated. But after tell you it's such a new territory that when you say gut health, what does that imply how how do you know, if you have a healthy gut? How do you know if you if you really not healthy in your got? Well, that's a good question. Because most people do not have health yet. I would say over ninety percent of the population. Do not have a healthy get. How do we know food allergies are a huge giveaway depression, anxiety issues, huge giveaway personality disorders is with emotion. Our gut related because it's the bacteria. What people don't understand is the bacteria in the gut controls more of our emotion and personality issues than anything out. Also. Literally, the bacteria controls cravings, it controls food digestion, it controls personality, it controls a lot of things I'll use this. As an example, anyone that's had an aquarium when you're watching fish, they're beautiful. They're flow. We right there. They're moving around in a beautiful manner. You let the water of that tank. Get out of balance in those strips too. Great full get stressed, they become erratic. They become aggressive. They become not bellied each other. Absolutely. And and for no reason other than the chemistry is wrong and so- behavior becomes wrong, and that's probably easier. I can put it without going into some a great way to put it because that makes every makes so much sense the water. So so basically you now we're getting somewhere we're going to the water that we drink. And that's really what initially got me to contact. You. My wife was shown some articles. About the county that we live in which is we live in Dallas county, but we're also plano and it listed like all these counties in North Texas where you're drinking water tap water. Isn't as good as you may think it is. Well, yeah. And that would be everywhere in the United States of America. It's not just here. It's all over the place. They did studies at one point as I don't know eight to ten years ago. I saw the study on twenty seven municipalities is included Chicago, New York, all the major ones the big ones. Right. And what they found in the water coming into people's homes was everything from blood pressure medication class three narcotics like Ritalin. Right. So I would tell people in my lectures, back then choose your neighborhoods wisely based on uppers downers that are probably in your water. Right. But the reality is whatever you dumped down the toilet is in your water. So people. Dump everything there expired medications there. And they think it's a magic box that you put in there just magically goes away. But it doesn't it goes back. I mean, whether it's poop water, or it's what's coming down, the sink, or it's out of the dishwasher, or it's urinated urination, or whatever if we really think about it. What your body doesn't use in medications UP out? Right. The pesticides on food are Pete out. Wow. Everything everything is Pete out if you're eliminating the normal elimination pathway, and we just take for granted that you know, when you turn on the faucet, it's nice pure clean water. And yeah, it's clear. That's great. But seriously, they found thousands of there's thousands of chemicals in tap water. And I would never I would tell strongly encourage people don't ever drink water this not filtered. Well, here's the thing. So as you know, I'm sort of a wellness fitness ambassador locally. I try to get wonderful guests like yourself. Pallbearer tarot is my guest, by the way, we're talking about your health and gut health. And we've we're just getting started with the show is gonna it's just fly by so so in our family, so so we we've always had the some sort of filter beaten a refrigerator underneath our sink. But we drink a lot of bottled water. And so there was another physician that said, Brenda, I don't even I'm not a huge fan of bottled water because of the bottle, plastic right? And they get you think he said, listen think about it. You're in Texas hundred degrees, right that waters in some truck to has to be delivered. It's hot. It's it's making those plastic. You know, not good chance for happened to plastic when it's so ridiculously hot the water gets hot. And so now, we're like, okay. This is this is really serious stuff here. Well, let's go. Even prior to the fact that the trucks hod and what let's say you an Alaskan. It's cold let let's think about for a minute. What happens in the manufacturing of the bottle? So you have a if you can imagine the size of your thumb just from the first joint up to the tip. What's an inch and a half of your thumb, right? Imagine that a water bottle starts out as a piece of plastic about that size needed to melting point. And then you vacuum form you pull through vacuum. That piece of plastic into a paper thin wall. You've disrupted all the plastic all the chemicals you've unleashed them. All and then the next step in that injection molding machine is to put water in it cap. It put it in a box and put on truck, where's all the chemicals going that you just broke all those new drink out. So whether it's true or not I did read a study on it. And I don't know if it's a hundred percent trivia doesn't matter. They said that they had found twenty four thousand five hundred harmful chemicals that affected, gene. So male and female, Andrew genyk, estrogen receptor activity in the body. And what the study said was that with drinking point one ounce of bottled water? It's in a plastic bottle would stop Andrew genyk receptively by sixty percent estrogen receptor activity by ninety percents of Magic Johnson. Exactly what brought to my attention to. It's affecting gene expressions. Hormones, and you know, how many I am into hormone optimization Paul Bertero is my guess we got a lot of stuff we can talk about. But here's what's good. If you're listening right now, you're going to want to stay tuned, by the way, you can go to his mazing website. It's synergy science. I love the name, by the way, synergy science dot com. We're going to let you know how you can really make your whole family in your home healthier. 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"andrew genyk" Discussed on Body Science Podcast Series

Body Science Podcast Series

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"andrew genyk" Discussed on Body Science Podcast Series

"De heights, take the heights tease been associated with more probably the nasty solder, fix prostate cancer and things like that. But we we can sort of get through that as we guy in. Terms of suppose, the general health considerations within DHT gets a bad rap. There's actually two different forms of DIC. There's an Alfred abate and you need DHT. You can't not have it. And so there is I think it's the alpha full the count remember of talking ahead, but is is actually protective of prostate and things like that. So you got to have it. And so it's an important consideration. And then in terms of a suppose, the female situation. So what happens with females it's the same price. It's it's the same thelma's cannot drive and releasing hormone interior Patry releases Luton, ause hormone and follicle stimulating hormone likes. It's wise to the ivories, and then we get a release of estrogen progesterone, and that then stimulates the mental Sauckel and reproductive function and things like that site, they by two thousand, and that's what matters for for men and women in terms of the importance of that of that hall excess the hike PG axis and in terms of how that pre involvement in terms of how gets produced from cholesterol is actually is pretty cool. I don't know if you want me to go through the boy has seen this. His spend until time on Google lighted law. Oxidized cleavage of one of the solid Chines of cholesterol. And that happens from a mortar conjul sorta crime ends on P four fifty which is an oxidise. And then that's initial fight. So that then modifies the the cholesterol molecule is in a second process stip to in the prices that he's an enzyme. It's called a civil alpha reduc ties or seventeen twenty size. And that will then that happens within the plasma curriculum most of the action, the the modification of the cholesterol happens within the mondro as like a lot of things we talk about everything comes back to the modique. Andrea. And so that's why I guess in terms of motor conjul efficiency and Monaco Andro boy Genesis and all is really popular terms at the moment, Monaco, Andrea Matt function and particularly with testosterone function as well. Once we've cleaved the the cholesterol molecule within the Monaco. Andrea and the plasma curriculum stealing saw the cell. There's another a substance cool of three beta hydroxyl group that then oxidises what's called a three beta hydroxy steroid dehydrogenation that produces textile strike. So you remember the was easy guy. We had progress. Andrew standing on Android. Any Doyle baseball dies. So those substances sort of downstream effects from the cholesterol, and they're this, right? Limiting step. So this is that's the last that we say before we get the testosterone itself. So the interest any Doyle is converted into the testosterone. That gets reduced a fog alpha reduc ties to Doha pistol, strive all awry, matatus converted to struggle, and then ultimately estrogen fundamentally, and that's what we want to join a void as a famous audit despises, and some people will experience a Hoyle levels of estrogen men and women, and that's a that's pretty much that's sort of a biological genetic cone of conditioned Mossad anything so the effects from your mom and dad, let's give from mom and dad is floating around. So just a couple of affects we call toll Gholam, Andrew genyk, an anabolic the anabolic. Most people are familiar with. That's the muscle mass development strength development increased by density. Yeah. That sort of thing, whereas the Andrew Jenny ca fix a mole. Metro of six organs secondary six characteristics things like that. And that's way, I suppose the female audience scou- who don't want any of those solder fix of my testosterone, use supplementation. Because TI T autistic around replacement therapy is a bona for treatment strategy for men who a by go Natta white buy low darn add function physical function. So this two streams to these in terms of how they bring a bad up Tyson's. So what we probably must interested in from health and fitness perspective is the protein synthesis and reducing the amount of degradation of muscle mass. And so that's why trying to mind tying healthy levels of normal..

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"andrew genyk" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

10:27 min | 1 year ago

"andrew genyk" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Those who have the lowest selenium had the higher correlation with type two diabetes. And the hardest selenium the lower the risk again. This is one nutrient when mineral command of people walked every day, or if they'd kept the carbs down, you know, or they did any of things that we talk about corrected their hormones that decline over time. It's it's a little bit of everything you can have a perfectly sounding orchestra without having all the instruments tuned without having the best players playing it and maybe without being in a great arena or forum or a hall. So we have to take each of those things. Incorrect twenty thirty things. And that's why we get some results of patients. Okay for my job. But if you'd like to call in do so now, let's go to j in Brooklyn. Hi there. How are you? Great. How're you doing? I'm great. I'm great, basically. I'm I'm thirty eight years old. I've been losing by about seven eight years. It's not as bad. I I've been losing my hair lately. Those kind of Tom, and I wanna know what kind of vitamins, I should take. Well, we have to figure out why are losing hair d-, many your family have like your mother's father or your father. No, no. I was told I I was told if your your grandparents or something, but once most of your mother's father that you would theoretically take after so if he lost his hair early, then you might have you know, the. Not that's that comes with the genetics. There's Andrew genyk alopicia. If you're taking steroids, a lot of people that have taken steroids as young individuals that turns the hydrogen style short and can kill the hair. I don't I don't take. None of that. I'm okay, I'm pretty athletic. I in a lot of sport. We gotta test your blood for my vitamins and minerals because maybe it's neutral efficiency, all your vitamins and minerals are important for every cell of your body, including your hair. And the more you play sports, if you're not taking vitamins, you're taking ones that are defective. You're gonna be depleted. So that's why we want to test. You. Got it gong forward. I would love to set up an appointment with you because I've been hearing it for a while and shirts actually my first time calling. Vacation. So let's go eat. Appreciate your phone. Call and talking to me, and I do because it's kind of frustrating to be honest with you. Yeah. Sure. Of course, you can't figure out. What's wrong, you know? And whether it's something mild or something severe it is frustrating. So you know, doctors gotta be a good coach to walk you through something investigator. You know? Someone that understands that you're aggravated or frustrated in you know, we'll work with on fixing that, you know. So your body always has things going on in it that you don't realize because you don't feel these things whether you're Zorba vitamins or minerals or not what your hormone levels are doing maybe your thyroid slower, and that's affecting your hair that's relatively common. We have eighteen nineteen year old kids that have low thyroid because it's a an inherited issue within the family we've seen that. But you know, most doctors would look and say, well, we're not gonna check your team, and we've had people that have very low T three. And that's why they're exhausted. They gain weight or the hairs changed. So. Or their nails as well. So we have to learn about your, by the way will kind of get you to the the specifics have had better. Amazing. Okay. I really really appreciate great phone, call Dr. And I will definitely set up an appointment gray look forward to seeing you have a great day now one eight hundred four eight WABC you'd like to call in do. So now, let's go to Keith in queens. Doc, how you doing good? What's happening? About six to about four six weeks ago. I had a rare steak and the next day. My argument was killing me. Okay. It kept it kept hurting and hurting and hurting the only thing that helped was acupuncture. It still hurts. I mean, but it's it's almost gone. I mean, you could have picked up a bug number one number two. There may be a chemical mistake that you're reacting to we've seen that. It's not really common. It was like four to six weeks ago, and it's not really common for people to have an allergy necessarily to red meat. That's not high on the list, but I wouldn't doubt it. So that's why I would test a stool tests to look for bacteria, etc. Parasites? I'd also look at the allergy mechanism. It could have been something that meal to that. You didn't realize was giving you the problem. Would it lasts that long like six we sure inflammation can last as long as your body? Let's it last. So if it's inflammation from a bug you've got to kill the bug. If it's inflammation from allergy. Usually there has to be more in a repetitive exposure for it to continue for four to six weeks. You know, if you're allergic to something you once the antibodies go up, and then they dissipate over time. Every day. Then you're going to have those antibodies go through the roof. So yeah, we really helped and I I stopped eating like. Localising to my upper right quadrant. Where the gallbladder is that also could be you know, maybe too much fat in that meal and you'll go bladder stranger. You have some sludge or stones in the gallbladder. Nothing to look at a sonogram of gallbladder the abdomen. So that's why we look at things depending upon what you tell us. Okay. Yeah. Right. Upper quadrant or right shoulder blade, usually gall, bladder inflammation. But she got to check that too. I actually just went to my I went for a full physical 'em. All my blood checked had. The problem is all your blood's were not checked. They didn't do heavy metals. They didn't do a twelve part vitamin panel. They didn't do the full part thyroid panel. They didn't do looking at fatty acids. I mean homocysteine so they'll do two or three pages, and that's their full tests. My full test is twenty five pages. So we would look at a lot more information. Oh, that's great. Can I maybe make an appointment with your, of course? Sure. I take look the website Dr Cal dot net. T R C A L and the phone numbers. Five one six seven nine four zero four zero four. Appreciate that. Thank you. Great love to help you out. Thank you. Okay. Let's go next to John. Hi there. John. How are you? Hi, Dr Canete. Yes, sir. The I have slight swelling in my ankles and not that much. But like, and I was reading recently with that can be caused by hypertension medicine. Yeah. Some of them correlate with swelling of the ankles took Nevada. Yeah. I mean, it's possible. I've known in past that swelling of the ankles was linked with pro cardia, which is one of the medications not so much Norvasc. But it's possible. Of course. Not everybody is going to have the ten or fifteen or thirty symptoms that comes with a medication. So if you look at the more common symptoms or side effects with Norvasc, headaches, dizziness, lightheadedness, nausea, and swelling of the feet. Fine at the ankles. A little bit. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. The issue too. Is that we may want to figure out why the swellings they're separate from the medication. How long you been on the medication? Oh, okay. Let's take a couple of years at least. And did you have the swelling for a couple of years, or no I say for the last year or so it could be the medication? But also as you get older, your heart contraction gets weaker. So you're Jackson fraction declines and that makes it harder for your body to pump the blood and the fluid around your body, you know, within good forum and quickly. So some of the fluid via gravity will pull down into your ankles in your feet. Keep your legs up if he can when you're sitting. Well, yes, he is sitting in a recliner, and before you go to bed you have your legs up high. Then that fluid can come down, and your body might present that fluid to your bladder to kitties your bladder, and then you'd have to urinate out the fluid, but I still would wanna see what your heart contraction is like how old are you? Now. Well, yeah, you wanna do an echocardiogram to see if your heart is getting a little weaker. There's also to blood tests. I would do BNP P natural peptide, which is a protein that leaks out if your heart's week and not elected another heart marker. So I'd rather look at all these things if they're negative great. We don't have much to worry about. Maybe just Witcher humiliation. You might be more more medication than you could. I got I got to Cleveland to well back up everything. Good. Yeah. Yeah. But everything good in my world is is minimal because they do a two three page blood test. Listen to your heart and lungs. I wanna see an echocardiogram watch the valves open and close he how much blood you're pumping out watch the wall movement of the heart. The cadence the rhythm of your heart. Want to see what your vitamin mineral hormone levels? Are. You know, I want to look at a variety of different things test you for heavy metals because they damage every part of your body. And there's thousands many thousands of studies on heavy metal exposure lead. Mercury nickel, aluminum, cadmium arsenic. So there's a lot more. We talk about than what most doctors do. I. The.

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"andrew genyk" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

11:36 min | 1 year ago

"andrew genyk" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Has been helping people become healthier for over twenty five years. He's done this with three bestselling books seminars and gyms these people were no different than you. The only difference is they chose to make a change in their life. Now, it's your turn. Don't put it off any longer. Larry help you become an even better you here's Larry north everyone. This is Larry north. This is the better you show. I might my gosh when they talked about the summer of eighty it's sorta just hit me in the head. I it didn't rain for one hundred straight days. And I had got my first job as a teenager and what are teenagers? Ask. But when they get their first job when's day off. And they said it takes off when it rains and one hundred straight days, I worked at least I got a lot of overtime. Welcome to the better you show. This is Larry north your house. I'm thrilled to have u m my my my guess is amazing. So it's interesting. I don't know about you. But I don't believe in coincidences. I my my wife Brenda was pleading for a house wall filled water filtration system for the home to be healthier for our skin and make sure that the drinking water that our dogs, and we were drinking was the best possible water something like what do I do? I don't know how to research this. So I go to my go-to guy who's one of the best nutritionists? And and really experts in so many things that pertains a health. Doug Kaufman, who my brother alum works for. And I said Doug, I need a little bit of guidance here. He goes, you're not gonna believe this. I've got the the guy for you. Paul Bertero is a friend of mine, and he has a really something that's going to revolutionize people's thought process on their water, and it's going to get people healthier. And I'm like Doug hook us up. And so he did and to my lovely surprise Paul and his family happened to be in Dallas this week. So I have my guest Paul. It's so good to see you. Thank you so much later. It's an honor to be here. Well, I'll tell you. We happen to have had a chance to meet earlier in the week Thursday just to get to know each other. And yeah, I knew you were in town. It's like, let's get the introduce you a friend of mine, and I have to tell you we come across people in our lives that can be impactful all the time. You're you're at a a wonderful conference this week. So I imagine you met several people that are impactful, but you impacted me I mean, it you really did you had messages that were from the heart. I can tell that your passion for health and wellness and taking a more holistic approach to healing people. It's real evident to me. Thank you. I I really am passionate about two things really helping people get to the source problem and fixing that so that they can have health without being beholden to bottles other things that give them their health because I firmly believe that the body was created to heal itself. And we just need to have the right tools for the body to help it accomplish its purpose. Well, I know you've done a lot of television. You've done a lot of radio you've also speak. I mean you travel not just domestically, but literally internationally, what's what's your what's in your PowerPoint? What's your main presentation? You know, it I probably have fifty power points, depending on who the audience is. But really if you ask me, what's the most important thing for health right now. I'm writing a dissertation actually on centenarians. So many people have ideas of what foods are good. What this is good. What's gonna make you live longer? What what is long jetty? Right. What is longevity? How can I live longer and be happy and enjoy this life with my loved ones where we want. Yeah. So we all want. Yeah. I mean from the fountain of youth to today. So what I would say is gut health is the absolute only. Thing that I have found with all the three thousand centenarians that I've studied through this process of writing this paper on how to live longevity. Their gut health was the only thing. So the main focus for health is is obviously good health because eighty percent of the immune system is housed in the gut. So most of my presentation today is all about educating people on the absolute importance of having their gut functioning appropriately. Which is interesting Paul because the gut is sort of very popular right now people are talking about gut bacteria lucky you, and so I think like my listeners, you know, they're they're they're they're smart. They're intelligent educated. But after tell you it's such a new territory that when you say gut health, what does that imply how how do you know, if you have a healthy gut? How do you know if you if you really not healthy? Got. Well, that's a good question. Because most people do not have health. I would say over ninety percent of the population. Do not have a healthy get. How do we know food allergies are a huge giveaway depression, anxiety issues, huge giveaway personality disorders is with emotion. Our gut related because it's the bacteria. What people don't understand is the bacteria in the gut controls more of our emotion and personality issues than anything out how so. Literally, the bacteria controls cravings, it controls food digestion, it controls personality, it controls a lot of things I'll use this. As an example, anyone that's had an aquarium when you're watching fish, they're beautiful. They're flowing right there. You know, they're moving around in a beautiful manner. You let the water of that tank. Get out of balance in those two great get stressed. They become erratic. They become aggressive. They become not bellied each other. Absolutely. And and for no reason other than the chemistry is wrong and so- behavior becomes wrong. And that's probably I can put it without going into some deep style is a great way to put it because that makes every makes so much sense the water. So so so basically you now we're getting somewhere we're going to the water that we drink. And that's really what initially got me to contact. You. My wife was shown some articles. About the county that we live in which is we live in Dallas county, but we're also plano, and it it listed like all these counties in North Texas where you're drinking water tap water. Isn't as good as you may think it is. Well, yeah. And that would be everywhere in the United States of America. Not just here. It's all over the place. They did studies at one point as I don't know eight to ten years ago. I saw the study on twenty-seven municipalities is included Chicago, New York, all the major ones. Right. The big ones. Right. And what they found in the water coming into people's homes was everything from blood pressure medication class three narcotics like Ritalin. Right. So I would tell people my lectures, back then choose your neighborhoods wisely based on uppers downers that are probably in your water. Right. But the reality is whatever you dumbed down the toilet is in your water. So people. Dump everything there expired medications there. They think it's a magic box that whatever you put in there just magically goes away. But it doesn't it goes back. I mean, whether it's poop water, or it's what's coming down, the sink, or it's out of the dishwasher, or it's urinated urination, or whatever if we really think about it. What your body doesn't use in medications? UP out. Right. The pesticides on food are Pete out. Wow. Everything everything is Pete out if you're eliminating eliminating pathway, and we just take for granted that you know, when you turn on the faucet, it's nice pure clean water. And yeah. Yeah. It's clear. That's great. But seriously, they found thousands of there's thousands of chemicals in tap water. And I would never I would tell strongly encourage people don't ever drink water. That's not filtered. Well, here's the thing. So as you know, I'm I'm sort of a wellness fitness ambassador locally. I try to get wonderful guests like yourself, Paul barrow is my guess, by the way, we're talking about your health and gut health. And we've we're just getting started with the show's gonna it's just fly by so so in our family, so so we we've always had the some sort of filter beaten a refrigerator underneath our sink. But we drink a lot of ball water. And so there was another physician that said, Brenda, I don't even I'm not a huge fan of bottled water because of the bottle, plastic right? And they get you think he said, listen think about it. You're in Texas. One hundred degrees. Right that waters in some truck has to be delivered. It's hot. It's it's making those plastic. You know, not good dance for happened to plastic when it's so ridiculously hot the water gets hot. And so now, we're like, okay. This is this is really serious stuff here. Well, let's go. Even prior to the fact that the trucks hod and what let's say you an Alaskan. It's cold let let's think about for a minute. What happens in the manufacturing of the bottle? So you have if you can imagine the size of your thumb just from the first joint up to the tip what's inch and a half of your thumb. Right. Imagine that a water bottle starts out as a piece of plastic about that size heated to melting point. And then you vacuum form you pull through vacuum. That piece of plastic into a paper thin wall. You've disrupted all the plastic all the chemicals eve unleashed them. All and then the next step in that injection molding machine is to put water in it cap. It put it in a box and put on Trump. Where's all the chemicals going that you just broke all those new drink? So whether it's true or not I did read a study it, and I don't know if it's one hundred percent tribute doesn't matter. They said that they had found twenty four thousand five hundred harmful chemicals that affected, gene. So male and female, Andrew genyk, estrogen receptor activity in the body. And what the study said was that with drinking point one ounce of bottled water? It's in a plastic bottle would stop Andrew genyk receptor activity by sixty percent estrogen receptor activity by ninety percents. So imagine Johnson exactly what brought to my attention to its effect, gene expressions. And you know, how big I am into hormone optimization Paul Bertero is my guess, I mean, we got a lot of stuff we can talk about. But here's what's good. If you're listening right now, you're going to want to stay tuned, by the way, you can go to his.

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"andrew genyk" Discussed on Probably Science

Probably Science

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"andrew genyk" Discussed on Probably Science

"Take your meaning of energy, which means just sort of general good feelings and put it into physics equations. Right. But in the quantum. Yeah. And then quantum has used every Huq's. That's not means. I'm David avocado wolf things included that he says deer antler is limitation will aren't I don't know. What that meet? It has an ad Andrew genyk force that mean male worse. I just love the he's makes up these words and Joe genyk force deer. Antler is not a product as a cosmic substance in. It's an Andrew genetic substance educated is a word or androgen. He sells it for seventy five dollars. He's selling some deer Hitler. Yeah. I don't know. Yeah. I do. I do you. Sometimes wish that you had his confidence his confidence and lack of ethics. Of course. Like, I I wish I had because I think I could do a really good job of peddling this bullshit if I didn't have every bit incite conscience and the inability to. Say stuff that I know to be wrong. I'm bullshit. Like, I it was a lot of people out there who do that. Tons people have the confidence just a lot of people's basis, and we have not to be political. The president who does that every day every day. But the people were, but these are people that I know just president who want to sell stuff to people. They know they they don't need and just just like no qualms about like, I'm going to create a whole thing to sell shit that doesn't make sense. He might believe what he's saying. It doesn't make it any better. But I could see a world where he believes the shit. He saying so it makes it easier from to say like, I'm sure there are huckster. Who aren't are you huckster? If you think the may believe it. Yeah. That's a great question. Yeah. That's a good point. It's a if you don't know it's not good for you. There are psychics genuinely believe themselves to be psychic. And there are ones who ought just, you know, gathering information and sending it through phones and gone cold reading to be learning how to code rate, but there wants who accidentally there definitely psychics accidentally code rita's because they believe that being attuned. But actually, well, they're doing is they believe the hearing from the other side. But actually they've just gotten naturally good attuning themselves to people's minute. Reactions right right art scene. Darren Brown's specials on a flexible, I haven't oh, Andy Nyman who mentioned earlier who is the actor who is in the thing with pizzas and Clinton is also a magician who is behind. He's one of the guys who directs and co devices Darren Brown's shows. Okay. Fasten. Have you seen them? Seth. No have not. Oh, he wasn't New York. He did a a show that people loved right? That's so yes, most recite and see it that was a stage show that was he was using techniques that that what do you call just a huckster evangelists healers and things that they do, but without any religious stuff. And he was saying I can also do these things like people audience were healed of ailments and things from his hypnosis. So he's kind of mocking exploitation of evangelists, but still giving people benefits in their lives. Allows the push where you could send someone to murder a stranger. And then there's the soccer. You haven't heard of these now. Yeah, I saw the when the trailer for the push I think it was for the push when the trailer for that came out I sold people who would like American friends of mine on online who won for many with Darren Brown. He's being around in the UK for years and is very well known act. But we're this is responsible bullshit. What is this going like, it's a magic show? Yeah. Like he is doing he is a stage illusionist, and he is doing a magic show. And if you watched the whole, I can see how if you just watch the trading you'd think like what is this inner smokable bullshit. But actually, it's a magic trick is a well, it's not I mean, he is convincing a person to do what they think is gonna kill all of his stuff has to lend of just stage illusions and magic and sleight of hand and traditional conjuring tricks combined with the sort of trappings of this psychology..

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"andrew genyk" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"andrew genyk" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"So so it's it's normal sponsor body causes bump in blood glucose, and then it follows that in the post workout state with a bump in insulin to enable you to not be hyper glycaemic after exercise, and that bump an insulin in most studies stays relatively elevated significantly elevated for one to two hours after the actual workout. Meaning that in that. Post workout state. You're actually you have enough insulin. That's taking that glucose that got released and driving it back into muscle tissue and simultaneously. I was just looted to insulin insulin's capable of stimulating to Stockton production. And that all occurs without you needing to even eat a meal. So it really isn't necessary to drop the bar and go suck down your multidex fructose, creating shake it's simply not something that you have to do. And as a matter of fact, we we know that the the effect of this like I mentioned from that interview that I did with Mark Sisson when you fast, whether you are just intermittent fasting. And especially if you're fasting post, workout you actually see a significant increase in testosterone in growth hormone. I mean fasting itself with growth hormone. It's it's crazy. Some studies show up to two thousand percent increase in growth hormone in response to interview. Fasting and so short I'm talking about short term fast, twelve to sixteen hours and very very similarly, you know, these short-term fast their studies on Andrew genyk, hormonal concentrations, especially the testosterone response and it ranges between one hundred and fifty to two hundred percent in response to an intermittent fasting protocol. So this is why I feel that will my might take is this, and I'm going to give you one more link in the show notes. If you go to Ben greenfield, fitness dot com slash three ninety.

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"andrew genyk" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"andrew genyk" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Three twenty three. I'm mangino. I'm going over what we know about the suspect. So far. Caesar. Fifty six years old south Florida resident criminal history in Broward County arrest records list. His birthplace as Brooklyn New York record show. He pleaded guilty to state charges in Florida in two thousand and two for threatening to discharge a destructive device, according to an arrest warrant, he called a Representative at Florida power and light threatened to blow up the building and said it would be worse than September the eleventh. He also said something would happen to the Representative if they cut his electricity. He's registered as a Republican in Florida in two thousand sixteen undated video surfaced yesterday earlier today saying that he apparently attended a Trump rally showed him at a Trump rally at least what appeared to be. He has an address listed in a mayor mar and other addresses listed at inventories. And in Fort Lauderdale convicted in two thousand fourteen for grand theft misdemeanor theft of less than three hundred dollars two thousand thirteen for battery two thousand four faced several felony charges for possession of a synthetic anabolic. Andrew genyk steroid. He also has several arrests for theft in the nineties put a guilty in ninety one to third degree grand theft filed for chapter seven bankruptcy in two thousand two. His name is also listed on business records tied to dry cleaning and catering businesses. In an attorney who previously represented him tells CBS news that se wasn't always in his right mind, and quote and described other bizarre behavior. Trafford on the five is powered by Nissan's one south on top of the hill. Here's scott..

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"andrew genyk" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"andrew genyk" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"It's when they're thirty five as a derogatory, or is it could be because they child could be cleaning no idea why are hormone still so shrouded in mystery. I feel like they run everything that they're such an important part of our systems are endocrine system, our hormones, the way it all works and it's still so confusing to us so and don't went all Adji is one of the most complicated fields in medicine. I have to tell you when I was a resident, I was absolutely petrified of hormones, and it's what ran everything any holiday. So our entire body has feedback loops, which means that if. One hormone is high. It stops the stimulation of the over. The thyroid is tied into the Twitter, the Patou itary tied into the overs. The ovaries are tied into the adrenal glands, the adrenal glands are tied into the over and it's like it's a mass kind of telephone wires. It's like when you have those cable lines and do Bing and you're like, I don't know what goes on what? Yeah, and that's the way Andrew chronology is in our body. And the important thing is that as we age, if a woman comes into me with completely, no, libido the very first thing I have to do is rule out a deficiency and testosterone. Sometimes it's there. Sometimes it's not if it's not there, then we do have to look into more of a psychological aspect of their life. They may not be feeling good about themselves. They may not like their partner. Right. You have no idea how many times you don't want to have sex with your husband? Nope. I'm not interested in. Sex at all I said, do you like him. And I, and they say he's really Nope. No. And that's the sad is. Art is a lot of times. It is psychological as a fact that they're in a place in life. And I said, well, what about George Clooney. He walked out of bed free in crackers. And when they say no. And I said, well, how do you feel when you're alone? How do you feel when you masturbate? We can't be afraid to ask those questions. Right. How is it when you're alone? How is it when you are masturbating. Right, exactly. And if they say, oh yeah, then I'm fine. How low fat low on. I've got loan to SaaS. Ron writes, this is see. These are just simple questions. I've never gonna and call only asked me if I use condoms or birth control pill. Like literally, that's it. Dear baps mayor, but we're also women's was to go. So like I think that most of them probably least women in the United States can relate to. I've listened all over the world, but I would think that that that's been my experience. I've gone to good doctors and San Francisco. Go wherever's. No, no, we're not. Do you ever say to women? Couldn't a lot of it be what medications are. So let's antidepressants and birth control Pellett and their impact on the Beato. Absolutely. So we'll start with birth control pills. We don't know how birth control pill will affect. Libido I can tell you that postpartum after my first child, I was breastfeeding. And eventually I started a birth control pill. I thought I was dead than the waist down. And I literally said, I cannot live like this. This is not how I was before. I had my pregnancy and I did not have a vaginal birth. I had Assyrian section, so I will be. Then you were like I was twenty nine, right? And I completely lost sensation desire, and it was agonizing. It was all about breastfeeding, which is a time when women don't realize that they will feel that a pause UIL and it's also a time when if you do start a birth. Control pill. It can take away your libido. So every pill is different. They have different, Andrew genyk we call it affects meaning feeling like a testosterone. And when those are higher in the pill, we may have better libido or if that's lower, we may have none. It may take away our desire completely the SRI's the anti-depressants that fall into that grand Kelly product. So.

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"andrew genyk" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

Diet Starts Tomorrow

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"andrew genyk" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

"So I think the new, the doctors now are much more open and not just accepting, but appreciate acupuncture, like I have medical doctors who come to me as as patients, so they're not just saying, oh, yeah. Okay. Just trying to acupuncture, like not just pooh-poohing it, they're actually really promoting because they see the benefits of it. And even if they don't fully understand that I find because I hear back from the patients with their doctors tell them and some of the patients, some of the patients will say, yeah, my doctor said we, we could try coupon. I don't know if it's going to do anything for you, so they're not necessarily promoting it, but they're. I'm not saying it's gonna. Yeah. I mean, I guess they see the benefit if it helps bring down some things -iety than do it. Right. Does it does a lot more that your help things -iety big time. Oh. I was going to everyone who owns, yeah, everyone who comes in is coming for one specific. There's one sort of chief called the chief complaint. Everyone comes in. This is their chief complaint. And then once you look at all the layers, like everyone's got some anxiety like, wow, you would never know it walking down the street next to this person. This person has all these issues. Right? It's amazing. We're all just so such complex. Yeah, onions with many layers, right. Lots of lenders. So what are some things just go back, like you said, women's health, like what are some things you can treat with acupuncture, like kind of women's health. So Holly cystic ovarian syndrome. Common, which is actually an endocrine disorder, but has kind of logical manifestations that could inhibit a woman's ability to get pregnant depending on what degree it is, and it is a syndrome. So syndrome basically comprised of many different symptoms. Some some can have it much more of an extreme case of it, but basically is just your eggs that you have are basically living in a much more Andrew genyk environment, which is the male hormone is governing more of what's going on. So it's it's depleting the equality over time. Why like the symptoms are. Ling male oriented symptom. Well, women have to stop thrown and just like men have Astra jn. But when something is inhibiting some of the female hormones from working as they should, the male hormones are gonna show be more predominant, and that's not how it's supposed to be. So yes, there's western ways of dealing with that, but you know, it is so common so many women from PC. Oh, and then there's endometriosis which has also so common that is some call that even an autoimmune disorder, which is can be also super complex as well. Lena done talks about suffering from that. Yeah, right. She she does. She had a hysterectomy did struck to me. Yeah. I have a friend who had one two and she's forty. She's not. You know it was just so so hard for her. Yeah. So. Endometriosis goes away when women go to menopause because I'll have to do with estrogen levels. So that's why she had this trip historic me. Whole foods she BB thrown? No, she's an uterus. It was controversial because like some people were saying like, she didn't need to go to such extremes. There's other ways of treating it, but how they know a well, be sure she tried other way she, her thing was that it was too painful, like the pain coming from her endometriosis. It was so unbearable to remove. It's it's usually around the menstrual cycle and it's like thing about your normal pain. You get some cramps. It's like time's one hundred. Some people can't even like they can't even get out of bed..

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"andrew genyk" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"andrew genyk" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"In your water so people dump everything there expired medications there the they think it's a magic box that whatever you put in there just magically goes away but it doesn't it goes back i mean whether it's poop water or what's coming down the sink or it's out of the dishwasher or it's urinated urination or whatever if we really think about it what your body doesn't use in medications up out right the pesticides on food are pete out wow everything everything is pete out if you're eliminating at the moment elimination pathway and we just take for granted that you know when you turn on the faucet it's nice pure clean water and yeah yeah it's clear that's great but seriously they found thousands of there's thousands of chemicals in tap water and i would never i would tell strongly encourage people don't ever drink water this not filtered period well here's the thing so as you know i'm sort of a wellness fitness ambassador locally i try to get wonderful guests like yourself pallbearer taros my guest by the way we're talking about your health and gut health and we've we're just getting started with the show is going to just fly by so so in our family so so we we've always had the some sort of filter beaten a refrigerator underneath our sink but we drink a lot of bottled water and so there was another physician that said brenda i don't even i'm not a huge fan of bottled water because of the bottle plastic right and if they get you think he said listen think about it you're in texas one hundred degrees right that waters in some truck to has to be delivered it's hot it's making those plastic you know not good dance for happened to plastic when it's so ridiculously hot the water gets hot and so now we're like okay this is this is really serious stuff here well let's go even prior to the fact that the trucks hot and let's say you were an alaskan it's cold let let's think about for a minute what happens in the manufacturing of the bottle so you have a if you can imagine the size of your thumb just from the first joint up to the tip what's an inch and a half of your thumb right imagine that a water bottle starts out as a piece of plastic about that size heated to melting point and then you vacuum form you pull through vacuum that piece of plastic into a paper thin wall you've disrupted all the plastic all the chemicals you've unleashed them all and then the next step in that injection molding machine is to put water in it cap it put it in a box and put on truck where's all the chemicals going that you just broke all those in your drink so whether it's true or not i did read a study on it and i don't know if it's one hundred percent trivia doesn't matter they said that they had found twenty four thousand five hundred harmful chemicals that affected gene so male and female andrew genyk estrogen receptor activity in the body and what the study said was that with drinking point one ounce of bottled water it's plastic bottle would stop andrew genyk or septa activity by sixty percent estrogen receptor activity by ninety percent so imagine that's.

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"andrew genyk" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"andrew genyk" Discussed on Super Station 101

"From truly treatable issues with hair loss they say well some of this genetic we know jeffrey ellis who is physician he's the director of dermatology at the north shore long island jewish hospital in new york he said treatments like minoxidil rogaine or financial ride which is propecia work better at keeping hair loss from getting worse rather than versing what's already happened so it's important to start treating it at the early signs here lost an older men and women are often caused by andrew genyk alopicia which is a condition related to hormone decreases and of course you need to rule out other causes though because another reason to your doctor of course there can be other factors thyroid issues there could be a host of issues that could be causing saving your skin twos a big deals your skin's natural going to grow drier and thinner over time that's just what happens but the sun exposure really increases the process it damages the collagen which the key protein that gives the strengthened structure to the skin so the answer they say is to always keep good sun protection on so the moisturizers that include sunscreen that sort of thing because sometimes people don't remember to plus century it's a big big deal at least spf thirty now they're getting up to run spf forty five and recommending that even though that vitamin d is crucial from sunlight the amount of sun that would have to get to get the vitamin d levels back up to where they need to base quite a bit and you can risk damaging the skin so they're a lot of a lot of doctor recommending the supplementation on the antiageing side for that and the other one that's really good again are the kind of memory issues that in the neuro scientists are talking about so having a little blank memory where's my keys you know having that little bit of blank what happens is you start losing levels of acetylcholine acetylcholine is the number one neurotransmitter the brain chemical that causes one nerve to connect to the other and the antioxidants that we need to help fight against these memory lapses can be found in a lot of foods for example walnuts are really good berries all the berries contain components in them that are fame tastic these polyphenols that are great for memory and they can help boost.

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"andrew genyk" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"andrew genyk" Discussed on WDRC

"It the prompt you to record a question as did helen let's hear from helen i talked to hoffman to sell and melding eighty six year old woman and i still run and i do lap swimming in the last month i've lost a lot of hair my hair's thinning out and i always had a good ed here i'm five foot one and i worry about one hundred pounds i know we can't stop the clock we can may be it down with some good nutrition any insights that you may have that will help me in this situation well helen you sound like a real exemplar of intelligent medicine you're you sound great and you're exercising a high level and that's gonna keep you in good shape for a long time to come and you know when it comes to hair loss as you as you correctly state there's some inevitability to hair loss you know as we age we develop wrinkles we need eyeglasses we may have reduced hearing we may have receding gums these are all natural disasters including hair loss but if the hair loss is new sudden or precipitous maybe there's a reason you might get your thyroid checked you might look at iron levels these are some of the most frequent causes of hair thinning or hair laws it's different in women especially the age of eighty six it's probably not what's called andrew genyk alipay which younger women can experience and most experienced to some extent because to start struan causes here recession and baldness that's probably not an issue for you but you don't have to say the there's some nutrients that are helpful for supporting hair growth they would include silica by certainly adequate protein is necessary for hair synthesis but i presume you're on a pretty good diet you're getting adequate protein unless you're on a very very skimpy vegan diet richard you're listening to this program you probably aren't when it comes to nutrients for hair growth i kind of reject the the miracle grocery of hair you know miracle grow is the product that you're supposed to put on your sagging plants in your.

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"andrew genyk" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"andrew genyk" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"For oh five first pitch six ten the bill is passed to colorado house committee that would legalize the use of medical marijuana for those with autism families that are already able to use it for that purpose say they have seen amazing results this mother moves her family from texas to colorado in hopes of the bill passing she says some families are using it illegally now they're in feared even speak out because they're worried that their children will be taken away from them the bill now moves onto the house floor for a vote if it passes the next step will be the state senate this light snow will continue the seasonings so will the cold it'll hang around until tomorrow night overnight low around twenty three degrees and then tomorrow partly sunny skies highs should be about fifty eight degrees on saturday night into sunday there's a chance of rain with another system coming in might have a little mountain snow with that as well and then on sunday our high should be around fifty eight degrees cbs four dave aguilara the search for a suspect continues more than twenty four hours after a man was murdered when he went to grab dinner andrew genyk from lakewood was shot and killed when he got out of his car at the restaurant in edgewater genetic twentyseven was killed at about eight forty last night police are searching for a silver or white sedan possibly a mitsubishi eclipse next update nine thirty and roger quilter koa newsradio eight fifty am and ninety four one fm some earlier crashes have cleared southbound i twenty five south of one hundred twenty s and southbound at fifty eight both those crashes are gone northbound i twenty five north of i seventy that crash cleared all lanes open still seeing some residual slow speeds but nothing too major and that earlier stalled semi cleared northbound i twenty five on the ramp to broadway that ramp reopened eastbound westbound us six closed between colorado one nineteen and golden due to multiple crashes us you use i seventy as an alternate route and i seventy remains very slick in the high country use caution out on the roads seeing a low around twenty three under cloudy skies cbs for weather tomorrow partly sunny high near fifty eight currently twenty one i'm john so.

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