17 Burst results for "Dan Pompa"

"dan pompa" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"dan pompa" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

"And I are in are in a similar entrepreneur group and we talk like this and get super geeky. And sometimes I, I may overlap some of the stories but they're gonna Tana research. And I commend L Neutra for what they're doing because they're basing everything on science. So basically the fasting mimicking diet is based off of ultra-long goes research. Have you talked about this on your podcast of my being redundant? How we have not redundant. It's not redundant. It's good. It's hot so the short of it is. How do you. In an animal model control a small amount of food so that you're not going completely nuts. And you can still get the benefits of fasting the true benefits of fasting vaulter figured out happen at day four and five. So people will sometimes fast for twenty four hours, which is good. They may fast for forty eight hours. But by the time you're there, he's starting to feel pretty miserable. Most people bow out the real magic happens day, four and five, and that's when you create a tremendous amount of Tuffy, and you turn on your stem cells, and these stem cells turn on, and it's almost like a rejuvenation type process. So if you can do that periodically throughout the year. You can head your bed a little bit as way that I see it. So I did this dirty Kito for a few months, and I was like, whoops, we'd better. Just turn those stem cells back on, and see what happens and get back to normal and a lot of people have shown that decreases fat in the liver that metabolize cholesterol, your body in that fasted state. What it's doing is it really? Is a hormone called Oregan believe erecting, which is a brain stimulation type thing. So it's almost euphoria that takes place. And when that happens if you think back to when we were cave dwellers, if you hadn't eaten for four days if you didn't get off your butt and go chase something down and, or go pick something and bring it back then everyone dies. So this, there's a surge that Fettes stem cell thing that takes place. So you get the surge of energy, you go out and do that. And you bring back food for the tribe. That's the fasting mimicking diet, where you take a certain amount of calories, and you trick your body plant based foods into thinking that it's fasting actually it's funny. I made my whole company to it. So I forced everybody to do it at once and we did a little video on funny. I love that. Grasso. Everybody off runs. He'll did it in? We did a little video on it. Everybody had differing experiences couple people couldn't do it. Couple people have an issue with it. Others were pretty miserable. Don't wanna do it again. But it's all relative. I do know that do you guys know Dan Pompa all? Yeah. He he actually is probably coming on our podcast. Features is predict, citing super gray guy, but really very knowledgeable. Fasting person motto is live to teach it..

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"dan pompa" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"dan pompa" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"He's brilliant speaker and applying NLP to nutrition allowed him to quit a program. Called while fit which is ninety days, you take it online values platform as a mind body quest and every week is a different level on construction in terms of how you Sposito how you understand food. How you recognize why you eat why you eat and something that you shift about your diet now because of the way it's rooted there's a remarkable level of compliance eighty to ninety percent of the people complete program and see a massive change in the body, and it isn't just losing weight. It's total transformation. So what happens is that people skin clear up people who are suffering from illnesses that they don't have a bed. They haven't been able to heal for years all of a sudden these illnesses disappear when I was in Tallinn, this guy came up to me, and he had ringing the years, and it was so bad. He was about to resign from his job after while fit the ringing stopped another lady approached me, so riotous disappeared. So we underestimate just both of those by the way, our shoes autumn you. Issues. And so you can see that a lot of times with these types of diets that clean up a lot of things tend to be immune system sale against a human or or simply load the body with the wrong kinds of food at the wrong time of the year. I had a podcast with Dr Dan Pompa where we talked about this like the doctor one one native American tribe called the sheep eaters of Wyoming and they lived high up in the mountains, and they would adapt their diet by eating Bighorn sheep in the winter for survival. But as soon as the summer came around, they're eating roots, and berries, and prickly pears and beans and mosquito pods and mustard seeds and acorn squash pumpkins, and then once the summer or the winter BAC around they'd go back into like meat and fat. And that was their seasonal it. And so this wild fit diet, you're are you actually changing your foods throughout the year at all? So you don't change your food throughout the year. But in a compressed ninety day period, you you accelerate. You you take your body through a seasonal experience across these ninety days. So eating what you're eating on on every week of this ninety day, experience shifts and the result is by the time you get to week..

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"dan pompa" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"dan pompa" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"To quantity of the amount of carbs edgy putting into your system work, continuous blood glucose monitor. Had you been anybody else? Truthfully. Had you been anybody else that has notched tracking into the level that you are tracking it? That person given the same activity would have probably run into some kind of cardiovascular event or a concern, jeez. Well, back when I was racing iron man when like that's what got me into a lot of this, like biohacking and blood and biomarker testing was when I thought I was super healthy racing ironman. And some of the first basic blood panels that I got showed rampant insulin and fasted blood glucose above one hundred. So I had some pretty serious and I was exercise. Using a lot, you know. So it all had to do with with diet and diet timing and carbohydrate timing. But yeah, I mean, I witnessed this on my own blood and biomarkers even when I was what you could argue more fit or even aerobically than I am now and going that one step further, yes, it was the genetic predispositions that we have that led us to those kinds of blood results that then told us to say, we need to be a little bit more cautious as to how we are exercising the degree, the intensity that we are exercising because of those blood markers, which again is because of these genetics. So so there's certain supplementation that you can use to help to mitigate or or protect this endothelial lining. The first thing that I've seen clinically and some of these are the Tokyo trials, essential, fatty acids, etcetera, etcetera. But what I have seen in my office clinically is I have not met a nine p twenty one, four g. person that does not have high levels of heavy metals. Because what happens is the body says, I have not a tough loan coat on the interlining my blood vessels, I have a cheap knockoff, sorry, but I have a cheap knockoff of endothelial protection. I need to strengthen this lining. I need to get some kind of material that is more tough long like so what it does is it will draw upon any type of heavy metal that you might have consumed. You might have breathed into the system. It was sequester that, and it will use that as a protector if you will on the inner lining of the blood vessels. And so if you do some form of heavy metal challenge, I will bet you a gluten free Derry free healthy meal that you will have high levels of heavy metals if you're not already trying to pull them out of your system. Now, I've already fixed that because I did. I mean, you're spot on. I had high levels of Merck. Cury high levels of lead, even my iron was kinda high. I think copper and I wanna say cadmium was another one. So I've done some of these tests, some of these. What? What do you call the the urine tests? It's like a twenty four hour pro provocation? Yes. There are a couple of them in one that is mostly recommended is what's Colombian PS challenge. Yeah, I did that challenge test and I've since done follow up tests that have shown my medals to be under control, even pretty low and what I started doing for the past. Well, it's been three years now. I'm doing a detox program from this guy. Dr Dan Pompa it's like this. This full metal detoxification program. I do it every year. It takes three months, but because of all the travel that I do and all the metals I get exposed to, and I'm guessing is this genetic issue that that influences the fact that I need to keep doing it. I go back and I do this. This three. Process where he, you know, he's got these different supplements that help to take metals out of the body and it's a whole. I told you this. I use the infrared sauna almost every day and I do. I do a coffee enema once a week. I do a lot of things to try and cleanse my body of metals, but I would imagine if I, if I weren't doing that, I would be a candidate for being in pretty serious trouble. I would agree. I would agree with with absolute intensity. Yes, it's lovely to know is led to know what you could find levels arts. Lovely to know what you're nine p twenty one. Gene is also fantastic what your blood sugar tendencies are. All of those things are all sort of independent standalone jeans..

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"dan pompa" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"dan pompa" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"So the one of the things that the annoy me, especially when I was a trainer at the gym was you'd walk into the Jimmy to these ladies like sending on the vibration. Platforms with their big four hundred calorie Jumba juices in their hand, losing weight by vibrating, their bodies in standing there. And whenever I see weight loss claims that don't involve just like working hard and sweating burning calories, I sometimes raise an eyebrow and I've seen you guys talk a little bit about how you might get weight loss or fat loss with this Juve. Is there any actual research on? Yeah, there is actually some research on slimming effect that TVM can have a slimming effect. Yeah. And so I, I think it's a you can kind of be, as you mentioned it can be a slippery slope if you start talking about weight loss claims. But yeah, there actually have been some studies specifically around slimming. As I mentioned in a basically has to do with metabolism. Burn rate that your body's able to process fat in. There's there. There's some interesting studies using a red red light actually to help help increase that metabolized. Great. And like when you dig into some of these, some of these research studies, there's actually slides showcasing adipose cells and any more porous. So it's it's hard to say, is it weight loss? Is it more like contouring? In essence, these fat cells are striking. You're gain dispersal of lipids when when you're almost like vibrating the adipose sides. Yeah, exactly. Exactly. So it's it's kind of interesting, but your your point about, you know, is there any evidence? Actually, some of the more well-structured PB PM studies are kind of four, four weight loss. It's. FDA FDA cleared it for four sort of the slimming effect. So just pretty well, well-designed well-structured studies that do in fact showcase significant results with these those wavelengths of light. That's interesting. And I think that that whole idea of mobilizing lipids from fat cells as one of the reasons that you'll see, you know, I know I know the whole like detox world is full of scams and quackery, but you know three guys. I really respect in the whole like detoxification sector. Dr. Brian Walsh, Dr Dan Pompa and Dr Chris shade, they all talk about how you don't just one like eat a bunch of Clara or dump a bunch of charcoal into your body..

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"dan pompa" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"dan pompa" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"But when when someone leaves your clinic after his full body stem cell makeover, do you have certain bio hacks techniques protocols that you think allow them to get back into the game or to make the procedure all the more effective? I keep it very simple. I think I'm mostly tell people what not to do and really what kills stem cells more than anything is alcohol. I've just found that people who drink. I mean, it really just like crushes, though stem cells. Now we just got done saying, no, that like in Sardinia where people are living long time, the drinking, a moderate amount of alcohol, each day, one to two glasses of wine. So when you say alcohol, you mean no, alcohol? I mean, I mean specifically binge drinking because the Sardinians were living to be these hundred and twenty year olds. Sardinians are not binge drinking. Generally. I mean, there's a big difference between one drink a day. Day, and you know, wondering, can our. But for the first definitely two weeks after stem cell therapy, I recommend no alcohol. Two months is better. Just it's not going to kill you to take a little time off. Alcohol smoking is is a big one and then not overdoing it physically as a big one. And of course you went and did a massive endurance race like five days later or something, which was against medical advice. I broke the rules. I can easily a tape myself embraced myself to the and went and raced in a Spartan for the basically to to keep keep my sponsors happy and fulfil my contractual obligations. But I was, I was somewhat careful. I was I raced gingerly if that can be done right. What about things like Meyer's cocktails, IV's I know that you do those kind of things at the clinic, anything like that that you would do to enhance them cover process? I think those are great. The reality is the majority of our patients travel from out of state and many of them are international. So I don't really have the luxury of doing a bunch of stuff I'm in the process of working with Dan Pompa who is a friend of yours and you've done quite a bit of work with and most of your listeners probably know who Dr Dan Pompa is we're in the process of putting together a protocol where it will be several between two or three weeks leading up to the treatments and then for several months after the treatment. And that's something we're working on right now, give gimme a sneak peek just just drop drop a couple of hints for me as to what would be evolved with a program like that. Well, if Dan pompous involved, it's going to involve some fasting for sure. But you know, I really at this point, I really do keep it simple. You know, when I was said earlier about the four pillars of. Health diet, exercise sleep, and emotional balance, and just really shoot for be plus in all of them because a b. plus in all four categories get accumulative a, I tend to keep it very simple and because people are going to do what they resonate with, you know, I get, you know, sensually there's two types of people. There's people who aren't going to do anything even if I tell him to. So why bother telling them to do stuff. And then there's people who are already doing a lot of stuff and I, they should just keep doing the stuff that they're doing. You know if I was going to give one piece of advice, I'd say listen to the Ben greenfield show. No, thanks, brother. Appreciate that. Yeah, you're right. I, if if Dan's involved, I guarantee fasting will be involved in. That's actually one of the one of the better ways to induce longevity and an aunt stem cell production. I know Dan's vary into, like I mentioned earlier that this concept of near red and far red. I know he does a lot of sauna, so I wouldn't be surprised if that from just pure detoxification standpoint, where included. Couple of others that come to mind would be again, pulsed electro magnetic field therapy, which I'm I'm using almost every day. I have a giant bed at home that I just lay on to enhance recovery, and then..

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"dan pompa" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"dan pompa" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"So you might have bad breath and nasty farts, but not gonna thinking you're not gonna die of brain tumor. So there are other things that that they say. But that I haven't seen much evidence for the same things you'd see used in detail vacation like shila jet and full of Kassad and humic acid and and clay. A lot of these binders, I'm I'm more prone to give people a word of caution against just taking a bunch of those to limit the effects of radiation or EMF just because you can sometimes free up toxins or medals from one tissue of the body or when area fat and simply redeposit them into other areas unless they're excreted properly. So you wanna use like a systematized detoxification program. If you're going to detox. Like I like Dr. Dan Pompa has one called the true cellular detox. Dr Chris shade has one called the detox cube. Dr. Brian Walsh has one, I forget the name of his detox program, but there's those are just a few of the guys. I really respect when it comes to good systematize structure detox programs, but I also have seen very little in terms of actual. Research behind detox programs on EMF. Those are probably something prudent to include if you're living in a post industrial era anyways. But yeah, Dr Brian Walsh, Dr Dan Pompa or Dr Chris shade look any of those cats as they do pretty good detox programs. Brian's is about ten days long. Chris shades I think is I want to say like fourteen days or so. And then Dan pomp is a little more comprehensive muscle on I do every year. So it's a three-month detox. So you can look into those as well. There are other things that you'd want to pay into. For example, melatonin tends to be pretty deleteriously if affected by EMF exposure and is very good for protection from math, and there are studies that show that helps to reverse damage to brain neurons caused by EMF exposure. So using a melatonin supplement prior to bed, even supplementing with something like tart, cherry tart, cherry extract, Jerry use. That's one of the more potent ways to enhance your own dodge nece melatonin production there also a decent exigent source. Tone as well. Trip defend is another trip to fan is a good precursor melatonin serotonin, and there are supplements like, you know, like HDP thorn actually makes one as well..

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"dan pompa" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"dan pompa" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"People who drink a lot what they get an up regulation of this emmy os pathway and so they see an increase in their metabolic rate they see an increase in the amount of the elk hall that's actually burnt to generate heat to maintain the body's thermal regulatory mechanisms and this might be why you know for example there's one fascinating study where they increased alcohol consumption to two thousand calories per day derived from alcohol that's a good five drinks at least now the weight gain that occur word in response to that this was a human study was only six grams per day barely anything and then they did the same thing with chocolate and chocolate caused a weight gain of a hundred ninety eight grams per day meaning chocolate blue alcohol out of the water heavy alcohol consumption out of the water in terms of the ability of chocolate 'cause it again way compared to alcohol and the idea is that this emmy os pathway soon as you start to drink a whole bunch begins to get activated increases the metabolic rate and causes you to be able to metabolize alcohol more efficiently the problem is that only takes into account whether or not you're gonna gain weight and does not to count your liver health yeah alcohol is well known as one of the best ways to kill stem cells i talked about this i believe in my podcast with dr dan pompa a couple of weeks ago alcohol of course has affect on on asa tell the hide not just the liver but the kidneys so this emmy os way ken get activated but it turns out that that's probably not a very good excuse for you to be drinking a lot of alcohol but there is something to be said for like these skinny fat people drink a lot one of the reasons is that they maintain higher body heat by activating this emeals pathway that's really interesting when you were talking about the sleep portion of like if you drink too much before bed like when i have drank too much before bed is usually two or three clock in the morning you wake up and you have to p but you're also like super hot just just reading heat so that this effect that yet in that that is why actually insufficiently has been heavily associated with great alcohol consumption and excess body way like sleeping less than six hours per night goes hand in hand with l consumption in many studies so that's probably one of the mechanisms because one of the best ways to sleep well is the decrease your core temperature and one of the best.

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"dan pompa" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"dan pompa" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"You down regulate badgis up regularly good genes you change your micro by this is the way that we fix guts you don't fix a gut by giving people more probiotics not but these ancient healing strategies fee famine cycles the fasting this is how he changed the microbiome and actually fix a guy and then lastly you benefit from much higher levels of key tones because the the key tone levels go so much higher during fast in that's what we use to help fix the brain and regulate cellular inflammation in actually there's one more the hormone optimization when i talked about the elevated growth hormone therapy ever those are seven reasons why fasting changes lives yeah even the benefits of key tones themselves in terms of not just the research for treating alzheimer's disease or staving off dementia but improving insulin sensitivity resulting in the in the growth of new might oh qendra satellite so proliferation for anabol ism you know whole host of benefits of of the in dodge production of key tones that you can get is pretty amazing and granted you do get some of those benefits when you just supplement with key tones which i do especially for exercise but nowhere near the amount of benefits that you get from tapping into them the true incest railway which v fasting now you talked about this fasting challenge that you did with ten thousand people are you going to do another one of those because i'm interested in doing it i know a lot of people would be interested in kind of the i guess the accountability and also the the solidarity knowing that a whole bunch of other people are fasting along with them fill me in on this fasting challenge thing yeah so it's going to be an october the next one in our goal is one hundred thousand so yeah let's you know we'll do it other podcast you and i and we'll get you know we're just teaming up people all ships rise with the tide just honestly i i advocate i people on like you during the fast this last one i brought jason fung on and some other folks interview them during the facebook live so every day i'd do a facebook live and do interviews a magic eighty you all on what's happening every day because ev every day something is happening during the fast so we kinda take it day by day in your right that commodity that the people you know saying oh yeah i experienced that in it's it's magic you can go to my facebook now actually see all the videos i've done because there's a group called fasting for a purpose so if you join fasting for group under announcements is linked literally every video i did if you wanna know more i'll put.

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"dan pompa" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"dan pompa" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"How you incorporate fasting with your family will happen to your kids when you got them into fasting and how old they were when you started to get your entire family on board with this yeah might might all all five of my children have fasted most of them several times my daughter libya facet i can't count how many times and it will be on the week she's fasted my youngest by fourteen or when he was thirteen he actually i was preparing for a powerpoint presentation and there was a picture of gal who had autoimmune massive psoriasis i mean horrific looking pitcher but then there was the after pitcher and she was completely normal i was putting it in my powerpoint and he saw the first pitcher of course was interested and he said oh my god what is i explained what it was and he said we'll did you help our there's the after picture will what would you do and i explained fasting in the sailor detox right and he had done the silent detox in understood that but fasting he was interested in he just so happened at this little patch of psoriasis that showed up on his head so it struck his interest so he said i'm fat what he left the room in i was like oh that was interesting to see you you know he's a kid i was that interested came back five minutes later and said okay i'm gonna fast and i said okay all right how long do they go go at least four five days so he started on fast he was going to do it well four days later five days later seventy later he ended up going now this was my chubby son so he'll little weight that he could play around with yeah i saw him last in parks now shot look like the same kid like he was like lena mania but none a bad way not like starved ethiopian poster child kind of way like awesome i know he lost all that fat but he fasted for twelve days man genetic kids don't do that that's not that's not normal did was he just self motivated this was on all his own i'm trying to tell the break fast because maryland i were going away so i'm like come on you know break the fast before we leave he wouldn't do it he felt amazing it was like just transform he's my last kit all of my kids and your kids don't have eating disorders by the way we went to the mother's day brunch together and they just punish stuff like no totally foodies so that's a maze in because a lot of people ride in like you're giving your kid at eating disorder but that's not the case i mean healthy scenario and think here's what's important they saw their their parents doing it the right way and i find that with my kids a lot of times rather than me talking to them we're trying to convince them do something i just go and do it like yesterday i was kicking my own asks running around the yard hole and sandbags carrying buckets preparing for the spartan race that my boys racing this weekend well our later as i'm inside preparing dinner look out the window and my boys are carrying buckets around the art stopping and do burp i didn't say thing to them right they just saw dad doing it and realize that this was a good cool thing to do and in many cases that's what it comes down to being good example man those my daughter you know she gets watched me fast right and they watch you know what mom and i do and she had a concussion and when she was in spain she was her second kashin she said what should i do so i said what do you think she says fast i sit start and she fasted for seven days and she she got through a concussion literally a week tore of right a she's a double impecable novelist and she had seven concussions and she had been to the best of the best and she was dancing with stars you probably know who she is but she is a snowboarder limping gold medalist in now seven concussions in she had tried everything done everything the much subtler detox which the there's a part of it called brain face and the fasting transformed her world she gave a testimony on my facebook about it but it fixtures matter of.

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Ben Greenfield Fitness

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"dan pompa" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Ladies listening this will transform your existence on the planet your relationships your health everything so what might my wife and my son's girlfriend were having a discussion the kitchen and it was about their cravings the week before the period and i in to italy said listen to listen to your intelligence and you know give into the cravings make it healthy as you can but give into the higher carbs that your craving and i walked into my office and i thought to myself of course you do and then i thought to myself well you know why am i doing this variation monthly so i started and i got on my doctor training group and i said here here's what we're going to try i think i'd try to couple tie prior to telling them this that but i said we're going to basically put specially women but by the way men this worked for you to the week before the period we're going to give them the high carbs we're gonna move them out of the low carb kito sus diet in for one week we're going to do high cards even higher calories in low and behold it worked why the hormone conversions insulin obviously playing a role in thyroid hormone but also estrogen is well known need pop the insulin to make these hormone conversions telling you it works so that's the monthly variation by the wit for those who saying man i just can't do carbs protein works to we vary even highprotein days we varied even highprotein times remember when you were doing kind of like the t rex died if you will i said minutes awesome doing i was doing ton ton of meat every day not incur never us but pretty close to right but but see there's a there's a massive benefit from that what your listeners understand this there's two i said there was two groups of people yet your plant based people those people hate a pathway called 'em tour because that tore pathway is an anabolic pathway that age is you prematurely bodybuilders you'll love tour pathway your growth hormone you know all of it and you want to build muscle it so the key is is could there be a benefit in both because the plant based people they get more of that topic he pathway where you're budding eating the bad steles right so in the fasting times we get the toughest that's one pathway so magic that in your left hand and then you right hand is the tour path which is that anabolic build face my point is this stay too long either it's not good people i've watched people fast too long i watch people go low calories to as low calories will stimulate this topic i've watched that happen matter of fact there is the biosphere to project where they realized that if we restrict counters for thirty percent we can live longer at worked in mice in worked in a fruit flies niece so they put themselves for two years the seven people in biosphere in drop their calories well they absolutely on on work etc extended their life a little bit but the whole project was a fail because actually became cat abolish their immune systems lower they were in a tough edgy to wall didn't work on the other side the stay in that m tour pathway in the studies do show that you will age prematurely in an inflammatory diseases so the point i'm making is this you can get the best of both worlds in and out of high protein for peer time stimulate them tore i promise you you'll stimulate some healing in the other go into a fasting state stimulating topic g you'll stimulate healing and stimulate stem cells so the point is is that this famine cycle really represents the top g pathway and the tour pathway in it gets the best of both worlds in you have both sides fighting right now of which pathways best point is is the both our best in both can be detrimental as well tell me about your kids because you kids fast that blew my mind don't tell me about.

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Ben Greenfield Fitness

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"dan pompa" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"You here's here's another principal white works you mead insulin for certain hormone conversions to make from t four which is a stored inactive hormone to go to t three which is the active thyroid hormone unique to feel good burn fat well you need insulin to make that conversion so the lower insulin goes on a longterm low carbohydrate diet specially if you're already struggling in that areas of paramount apollo woman or person then you are now not making that conversion so the moment you fire up the fuel with some you know carbohydrates all of a sudden now you're making that thyroid conversion so we're able to get the these low adrenal hormone people when people to do low carb diets and fasting as long as we utilize this fees famine cycling otherwise it doesn't work i really like this so the one thing on throw in because of done a lot of experimentation and i also coach lot of athletes and work with wada pro sports teams and obviously you are going through a huge amount of glycolysis and pushing the body sometimes beyond what might be natural or ancestoral you might need an unnatural means to accomplish unnatural and if you're warrior or gladiator an athlete and what found in those folks is this this five on one type of thing works really well like i try and do once a week at twenty four fast and i restrict carbohydrates on several days of the week but rather than having that one feast day what i have is a feast meal at the end of every day when i'm in my heavy training cycles meaning that i eat low carb to no carb the entire day lots of plants that chaba lls some fats and then modern amounts of protein and the very end of the day after an afternoon or evening workout so i'm even more receptive carbohydrates that's when all have red wine dark chocolate sweet potatoes yams higher caloric intake and for the athletes i find that for them having to get up and do a hard charging workout in the morning train race scrimmage etcetera that works pretty well to allow them to have the energy levels necessary again what we're talking about people who are training hard for an hour and a half plus per day you know i r man athletes spartan athletes folks who are really digging deep that's the modification i've found work really well and that's just cyclic kito right that that's an evening reef and you can still assuming that and you should have this arrestee each week a recovery day each week that's the day that you do your fast absolutely you know there's also your emptying the glycogen tank when you're in hardcore low carb too long you're walking around half gin so if you have a big event the next day you're have liked now so then the fuel it up the first you know the night before now you're going in with full glycogen in by the way the load leggit jin hygiene it also creates this adaptation which creates a hormone optimization joe mcculloch you know we were seminar one time it was a cancer summit in orlando and he asked me about it he had been hard core kito like myself and he was losing muscle and gaining some fat and he asked me the question i said well this is explained the diversion fees famine cycles and that was it changed from his world like roh part of chapter ten in his book fat for fuel on this principle and it really it worked bodybuilders figured it out years ago right and you know but you can have the best of both worlds let me explain monthly real fast because i so many.

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"dan pompa" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"dan pompa" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"When a lot of these more carbohydrate or fructose rich foods or squashes at cetera are growing your body is able to better metabolic ly handle those in the other thing i wanted to ask you about in addition to what we can we can gather from observing these indigenous populations in the way that their diets vary is the the idea in iraq medicine vetik diets for example of switching to too hot warming spicy soups and stews and heated foods in for example the fall in the winter versus cooling foods in the summer have you looked much into like the i r concepts that could be tied into this yeah no i think that you know they are big into the season leading and that's basically you know what they're saying hey look there's times to eat certain foods in matter of fact what we've learned is our micro bio actually changes seasonally in therefore make certain foods even us crave foods more right if you look at their principal is grains should be in the fall because what happens is your microbiology shifts you actually have the highest level of enzymes needed to break down these really hard proteins like the loot so for three months of the year we just happen to have these high levels of these certain enzymes needed to break down brain go figment grains harvested in the fall however today it's harvested all through the year end people grain all throughout the year which again is another explanation for why people have trouble with gluten because you simply don't have the ability to digest it well enough you know through certain times of the year you know here's the coal thing when you look at it would oftentimes shifts the micro bio is there's a theory that the position of the sun literally has a lot to do it so it's not just the weather the temperature etc but literally where the sun is in the sky can literally change our bodies in our micro bynoe as the fact on our bacteria which has affect on our enzymes in what foods we should eat more of less of others a heck of a principal do you know what the best book i ever read i think is on on side of seasonal variation and in what he in win it's a little bit more as we've talked about indigenous population and kind of ancestoral tribe based versus iraq based was it john dillard's book no john john john large book is good he's the guy wrote the book mind body sport but there's this guy flies under the radar on my podcast two years ago he hails from the first nations in canada and he grew up on the diet of his indigenous ancestors meaning he was eating wild organ meats from the animals he hunted and feasting on the wild salmon that he caught and he learned from the first nations people their entire medicine wheel their entire seasonal diet that they follow he's very interesting guys a professional martial artist i he's on my radar somebody i want to travel up to canada because it only about a six hour drive for me to go visit with my kids for them to kind of see what a what a what version of like a mix between a chinese medical practitioner in first nations physician is like but he he was only on my podcast and if you guys go to ben greenfield finished dot com slash feast famine i will link to my podcast.

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"dan pompa" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

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04:09 min | 3 years ago

"dan pompa" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Fat lose muscle that i realized wait a minute it's actually not insulin resistance like diabetics it's the fact is here's what happens very simply the body so smart when you go into this low car ke toasts diet you're forcing the cells to fat his energy as its major energy right yourself only sugar fat so when we force it to us mostly fat eventually wants to do a survivor in hold onto its fuel source in case it needs it so what does it do it starts to slow down fat metabolism because god forbid it uses all of the fat so it slows down becomes more efficient at using fats here's the example you're in the middle of alaska or were ben lives in your cabinet and the heart of a really hard winter in your only fuel source is a stack of wood outside in the beginning you're using your would your keeping your your little cabinet seventy five degrees feeling great the winner now getting long and hard and you look out and your your would supply your only source of fuel is diminishing dwindling and so what are you going to do you're not going to burn more fat or would in this case you're gonna start burning less and less and then you're gonna be happy it's sixty degrees because now you're thinking of survival this is what your body's this is what your metabolism doing his so it starts to burn less in the woods supplies getting less now you have a friend that comes by and he's checking on you and he sees that you're would supplies down he has so much he dumps you more and says here manai up plenty now what you gonna do ben you're gonna start burning the fuel again yours burn fat up again that's with these feast days probably talk talking about these famine so now what i learned was when i threw carbohydrates at myself all of a sudden two days later i looked down leaner matter of fact my keaton's even went up how is that possible because my body said man let's just start burning the fuel fired up the fat burning again so that's the we need feast days just like any ancient culture would to remind body it's not starving so that's kind of where i got this in one more thing just one more zampbell so i had a i had a really difficult client who was not losing waiting toasts case she had her on a very healthy diet plant based still low car wasn't losing weight there either i moved her into kito sus she couldn't even get into kito ses okay she was not burning fat i did that from three months and then i moved her back onto the diet that i had her on prior and all of a sudden she goes back on that diet and she starts losing weight i'm like how's that possible it stopped she lost maybe eight or ten pounds in its stop so i kept her on that died for a few more months then i moved her back into ketosis lo and behold now she goes into ketosis and she actually lost some weight and he does same thing happened merrily my wife who you know she struggled like many women to get into kito says really solid she's perry meta pas probably has something that doing it by the way this who this works for really well so likewise i moved out of ketosis and then i put on a nother diet in three months later moved her back in she got into ketosis a much deeper level that switch for my wife over the last whatever this few years ago now but over a year's time made her so metabolic flexible meaning she can now move in and out of ketosis she can get into toasts and just two days this dancing you know when you when you look at this from from an ancestral standpoint any looking a lot of these tribes i know even native american tribes that the certainly studied a lot have you know when when you investigate these indigenous tribes in the winter a lot of times they become mm fat adapted they shifted kito sus they you know for example i think it's the sheep eaters of wyoming of senior talk about where they adapted their diet by eating bighorn sheep as their as their mainstay for winter survival but then in the summer they would eat roots.

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"dan pompa" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

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01:45 min | 3 years ago

"dan pompa" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Find now so that's one way however even without that because my schedule's kind of audit i travel a lot like you so i i'm forced very not because of the environmental changes like the different tribes one of the tribes that i visited they were always indifferent drought in environmental pressures that force them the change for me travel so when i went to italy yeah i like the italians when i went to israel i like the israelis you know so that was reformed changes but so i often times will be a diet for two months and then i'll move out into another diet simply out of boredom sometimes but here's what i noted when i make the change it's like i immediately get leaner i immediately get more muscle without doing anything except changing my diet all of a sudden now meeting higher carbohydrate diets in of i'll tell you bet it happened to me okay i was hard core in g toasts probably around a year so in i started getting some chubb on my belly in you know being my fifties most people would think it's age but that was not normal for me is when i went into does got extremely lean it worked very well my energy everything was awesome now i did what most people would do so i was probably fifty sixty carbs day no problem staying in kito sus no problem so i lowered to thirty then i realized it's not going away i went down to ten grams of carbs day or less and i realized it was getting worse my belly was getting worse and then i notice i was actually losing muscle so what did i do i started researching like many and even found that he tows longterm can cause insulin resistance and store.

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"dan pompa" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"dan pompa" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"A little bit of cbd but with a little bit of coconut oil and you're off to relaxation nirvana heaven enjoy so so anyway talk to me about this feast famine cycle in diet variation i don't know if they're the same thing to do they work pretty well the talk about both at once dan they do let's take let's take a deep dive into the stuff let's start here because there's there's money their seasonal diversion there's monthly and there's weekly will cover them all and look when you you have these hard core people on both sides of the diet spectrum you have your vegans vegetarians and then on the other side or your plant based people i should say and then you on this study of your paleo and the t rex diet all carnivore diet the kito people tell you when you talk to these people they're very passionate about how this particular diet change their world change their life and so therefore they're going to try to convince everyone that their diets right you know i have been down those roads but my died variations very different because basically it saying hey you're all right because what i believe is that every ancient culture i've been dement every ancient culture they have times where there in all of those different diets as a matter of fact the huns of people who are considered one of the healthiest long living people in history they win the brits would come there in the summer they thought they were vegetarians would they missed was they left during the harsh winters and they were in a hardcore kito style every spring it's known as fasting spring with that culture and because every spring they would fast probably because they were inbetween food supplies however it became part of the culture in now recognized for why the culture actually lives long healthy as they did it was more about the fast than it was even with they were eating so the died variation principle is this it really is about changing your diet in it's the hormone optimization that occurs when you were forced to change your diet the the adaptation that actually is needed to make make the change therefore optimizes certain hormones that we benefit from every time we change your diet so it's not about one die the magic is the switch so i move in and out of qatada states so i'm in and out of ketosis i may be in it for two months three months maybe even two weeks in then i'll go to maybe a plant based i for a period of time for a higher healthy carbohydrate died for a period time the bottom line is no culture ever stayed in kito sus diet or even a paleo of the moment they had healthy carbs they started eating them even the eskimo so we're that's a seasonal variation but there's also monthly weekly so let's just stop there in we'll discuss that before we move onto these other strategies and by the way i'll say this who is this foreign why it said that women shouldn't do low carb diets too long or kito ses thyroid people adrenal people or those of you listening i've tried he does i didn't feel good or i didn't lose weight or i couldn't even get into tosa so all of you people listen because this whole strategy is being used by now hundreds of doctors around the country with amazing success and i believe even people who wanna live long healthy this is the way to do it okay so stopping there with the with the seasonal die variation i agree with you very difficult to find any long the population on the face of the planet that it's strictly vegetables or strictly toasts know people ask me about waikato's the ultimate data it's not like namie one blues own for example that's that's pure strict kito all your long periods where you're going to toews and usually it's not from sucking down exogenous key tones and putting butter in your coffee usually from fasting you're getting into state but anyways though so this idea of seasonal variation how do you know which seasons what to eat look i mean you can look around you say what's right right and that's very asian i mean that's a really good way to do it and i think there's magic in that in people even made lists of foods on the internet the like these are the seasonal eating things in your area it's it's real easy to.

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"dan pompa" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

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01:46 min | 3 years ago

"dan pompa" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Com slash feast famine so that you can kinda check out some of these filters and stuff i'll do dull do some research and link for you guys and get some information from dan to if you guys want to set up your your house filtration system because i've stated dance house and he like me has converted into no y fine oh bluetooth hard wired ethernet everywhere the annoying cables because you can't get on the internet and lets you plug into the wall so he's he's got his own little healthy home going on down there are interrupting you i wanna discuss omega three fatty acids for a minute because there's a suppleme called omega six o m a x is called olmecs three ultra pure is the purest omega three settlement on the market they contacted me about sponsoring the podcast they've been touted as a very healthy supplement but a lot of people have been wondering what exactly this stuff actually is so i do my homework on all the sponsors sponsor this podcast after talking with omega three trying there omega three supplement i decided that i would indeed endorse it and the reason for that is it is some of the purest fischl you're gonna find no fish burps if you freeze any other omega three get cloudy and that's all the filler but the omega three soft gels remain totally clear it's almost ninety four percent pure omega three fatty acids with epa to detroit show four to one so the engineered this stuff for inflammation and the engineer for joint pain and if you look at the other fficials out there they don't have enough omega threes this stuff is overflowing with a mayo threes and did i mention no fish burps so here's the deal a lot of people benefit official athletes students and busy parents gamers and working professionals and yet she noticed the effects of this stuff on your joints when you.

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"dan pompa" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"dan pompa" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"One when he just when you're like okay i'm zuhdi activated charcoal and salon trope what that does it releases toxins i talk about this in the podcast with dan pompa releases toxins and medals from cells and chosen into the brain across the as modig gradient and that causes even more damage and can even lead to permanent brain fog and mood disorders and skin breakouts in a lot of nasty issues where people feel worse on on an incomplete or a non scientifically created detoxification program so with dr pompa what he has done is he's he's created was called a true cellular detox challenge were first you detox via prep phase than you move into a body phase any move into a brain phase and he has basically like a whole a whole diet spelled out for each phase that i personally kinda modify with my own little recipes and he has a bunch of like detoxification training pds on his website and he sends out free toxicology tests you can measure your progress in your urine as you go and then i basically each of the different supplements that you would need for each of the phases the prep the body in the brain face then he has like an fa q board online support in everything you need to kind of walk you through with no guesswork every step of the detox you don't awake at night wondering if anything you're doing is actually working you know it's all scientifically proven as all quantified i did this last year and uh levels of things like my mercury and my just plummeted to rock bottom i mean it it it acclaimed john yummy in your your heads like clear is a bell once you finish this detox program it's not short remains it's a ninety day detox and uh but at the same time it's not like you're like having diary into an animas every day relic it's it's it's sustainable it's like okay i take the supplement breakfast this won't dinner i avoid these foods i eat these ones on the meal plan and then further more.

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