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"dave asprey" Discussed on Ask The Health Expert

Ask The Health Expert

01:36 min | 6 months ago

"dave asprey" Discussed on Ask The Health Expert

"Virgin dot com Ford slash fastest way. And Dave, I love you so much. Thank you so much for being here. And being such a great friend for, ever. Thanks, JJ. I love you right back. And thank you for your work in the world and for sharing knowledge. And also just making it accessible. I am still traumatized that I spent so much time tired and fat and miserable and doing things that didn't work. I had the willpower I had the desire and I just didn't have the knowledge. And you have been such a wealth of knowledge for so many people. And heck, I wouldn't have become a four times New York Times bestselling author without you helping me. So I am forever in your debt, anything I can do to help you on there. Thank you, my friend. All right, so there you have it every myth about fasting busted, plus you'll learn a little bit about some of the things Dave and I have been up to over the years. We've been hanging out for gosh over a decade now. So I want to remind you to jump into that challenge. It is fantastic. You can get a JJ virgin dot com slash fastest way for free. And he really does a beautiful job of meeting you where you are and helping you walk through and get fasting into your life without going through any pain to do it. And also, if you've not yet subscribed to JJ, yep, that's it. Subscribe to JJ dot com. It's as simple as that to subscribe to this podcast so you never miss an awesome episode. See you next time..

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"dave asprey" Discussed on Ask The Health Expert

Ask The Health Expert

08:36 min | 6 months ago

"dave asprey" Discussed on Ask The Health Expert

"I want to be behind you guys in the yogurt class. That's what I'm talking about. I just want to see if you tip over anymore. I've gotten really good at yoga. Oh my God. Yeah, and I even actually did a hundred. So here's the funny thing. Yeah, you're not good at this. So I love happy baby. But Tim and I went to court power yoga because it's right near our Airbnb. It's like literally half a mile. And I find this core power yoga too. And I don't know anything about it. I'm like, this looks cool. So we drive over there and it's a Saturday morning and we get their ten minutes ahead and we put our mats down in the it's not a big room. And people keep coming into the room. Well first of all, we go in the room and the room it's a hot yoga class. Now I've only done a hot yoga, I've done it once. Do you know what I did? I did it with Jeff Hayes and Kathy Smith in Park City Utah. I'd say that because I'm so glad Jeff Hayes was with me because Kathy Smith is sitting there bouncing on a toe. It's a 110°. She's on one toast. She's got a leg up on the ear. She's got the leg behind her head. I and Jeff, Jeff and I are looking each other sliding, you know? And it was the first yoga class I think I'd ever taken. And here it is as like an advanced yoga class with everybody in there. It's like doing these things. I'm like, get me out of here. I'm never doing the skin. So I didn't know this was a hot yoga class. We go in. It's hot. I'm looking at Tim like we should go. Tim's like, we're going to stay. And so we're sitting in there waiting for the and there's more mats and more matte. And now pretty much it's like, it's like boiling sardines here. It's so packed full of people in this yoga class, but I will tell you, we rocked that yoga class. I feel now like I can pretty much do anything. I did not stand on one tone, put my foot around my head. But I made it through. And I didn't have to run out. Well, I love it. Man, I have a lot of concerns about hot yoga. Mostly there's air quality. It's got one size. It's so cute. You're now breathing in. Everybody's stuff. So we're not going to a hot yoga class today. It's Vivian was like, I want to go back to another one. I'm like, yeah, no, I did that. I can cross that off the list. I know better now. Anyway, regular temperature. So I wrote a whole chapter in fastest way. There's a chapter for one. And there's a chapter about exercise and timing. And the most effective thing you can do to get more out of your exercise is to exercise at the end of your fast and then break the fast right after the exercise. So in Vivian's case, if she wasn't jet lagged she slept really well last night, she didn't have any wine last night, and she's like, I'm really feeling full of power. This is a really strong, fast. I've got it. I'm going to go hard and then afterwards are going to go eat some protein. I could respect that. And she'd get probably more of an effect from the workout for doing that. But if she's saying, you know what? We just traveled. It's really hot. I'm just not feeling super energetic today. That's probably not a day to push yourself really hard. During a fast. So it's okay during a working fast. And that's what she's doing. And in the book, I differently, there's spiritual fast. One day, two day, three days, journaling, resting, relaxing, recovering, going deeper, taking all the energy of the body that would be looking for food instead of looking for knowledge and wisdom about your body and yourself. That's cool. But if you're trying to do that, you probably shouldn't also be doing CrossFit. And then there's a working fast where you're saying, okay, how do I have more energy and more focus throughout the day? And then you probably do want to do your exercise, but not at the beginning or middle of the fast, because that's going to raise your cortisol for a long period of time. So fast exercise. Because I think one of the hacks that people don't use is how great it is to work out and then eat. So talk about what happens when you do a workout and then you have your meal. Well, JJ, you and I have both had pre workout formulas. And there's a time for pre workout formulas. But it isn't necessary to eat right before you work out because you're going to crash. If you're going to do a century writing a hundred miles, you will bonk if you don't eat. That's a different thing than what most of us are dealing with in a hot yoga class or even a pretty heavy session at the gym. You've got enough in you to handle that. So what we're talking about with exercise and food and what happens if you fast is something that I talk about in fastest way called tripling down on mTOR, which sounds kind of technical. So let me walk you through it. mTOR is a signaling molecule says grow. That's awesome. You just have that all the time, except then you would probably grow tumors. Your job is to spike it really high. So you get regeneration, and then to keep it low the rest of the time so that you get recuperation and recovery. So grow, clean, grow, clean. So these you create these cycles in mTOR. Well, the way mTOR works is like a spring. The more you push it down, the more it will spike. So we know three things that push M tore down. One of them is fasting. So great, you skipped breakfast. You've already suppressed your mTOR. Another one is coffee. Coffee and probably green tea. Exactly. The third thing is exercise. So imagine if you woke up, you had a bulletproof coffee, which will not break a fast. You can have it non bulletproof if you want, but most people find they have less hunger and more focus if they do it with a bulletproof coffee. And then you say I'm an exercise. Now you've suppressed mTOR as much as possible. Then what will cause it to spike is after all that exercise all that suppression, eating protein and carbs. You don't have to have the carbs just protein will spike it, but insulin will raise mTOR substantially. So what you can do then is you can say, all right, I actually had a good fast and a good workout. I'm going to go have some source of protein and I can have some carbs with it. And it might be one of your favorite carbs garbanzo beans. They're just so gross like those. You can have rice, you can have sweet potato, whatever kind of carb you want. It doesn't have to be sugar, but you want some of those, but most importantly, you want protein. And studies show that about 30 grams of protein within a half hour of exercising prevents a two day spike in cortisol. Cortisol is a really interesting and important hormone. If it's too low, you will die and you'll get sick and you'll feel terrible. And if it's too high, you'll get sick. And you'll gain weight, and you'll feel terrible. So it's one of those things. It's important and necessary needs to be in the Goldilocks zone. And if you do this, I'm going to exercise faster than I'm going to fast another 12 hours. Your cortisol is going to go up. And you actually feel good because cortisol makes you feel good. Unfortunately then, you're going to probably have a little bit of a spare tire from that that you didn't want because cortisol is pro inflammatory when it's too high. So basically, just have that food right after you exercise, and it's okay to have some carbs then if you're not doing keto, and you're going to feel really good and you're going to get mTOR to go up right after you exercise. So boom, you got muscles. And for those of you that miss that beautiful video of Dave's, your biceps are almost as big as mine now. Look at that. Well, they're just as big as your triceps, JJ. I'm not even talking about your biceps. All right, so you've got your fastest way challenge. And I know you've had what like 5 million people go through this fastest way, Joan? 70,000 in counting now. Yeah. So let's get some more in there. So JJ virgin dot com slash fastest way jump in there. And again, I love the way you lead people through this. So I watched that and I'm like, this is just fantastic. It's so good that you step people in. You meet people where they are and help them so that wherever you are coming into this, you will have success. Because again, you start in this the wrong way, you get hungry, you get angry, and you spin out. That won't happen here. You're going to go, wow, I can do this. So if fantastic job on the book and really explaining things, making something that has a lot of misinformation and urban legend to miss around it, dispelling those explaining it easy to understand science than giving people a very actionable blueprint. So again, that is fast this way. And you can join the challenge for free. JJ.

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"dave asprey" Discussed on Ask The Health Expert

Ask The Health Expert

01:57 min | 6 months ago

"dave asprey" Discussed on Ask The Health Expert

"Hey, it's JJ and welcome to ask the health expert, but this isn't just any old ass to health expert session. This is your bonus session. Yes, it's the weekend and because it's the weekend, we are gonna take some time with an amazing expert. So be on the lookout for these Saturday asked the health expert bonus sessions where we're gonna go deep into an amazing subject with an incredible expert to give you actionable items that you can put into your life. All right, we are gonna be unpacking fasting today with one of my very best friends on the planet. In fact, such a best friend that he walked my mom down the aisle at my wedding. I am talking about Dave asprey, the founder and chairman of bulletproof 360. You know bulletproof. It's the amazing high performance coffee and food company. He's also, of course, the creator, bulletproof coffee, and I'll tell you, I love bulletproof coffee when Dave makes it for me. I'm spoiled. He's a three times New York Times bestselling author. Actually, I think that I think that is now wrong. I think he's now hit four times with his new book fastest way. Of course you know the bulletproof diet. That's the book I wrote the forward too, and he has got the incredible bulletproof radio super great podcast you will want to be tuned into. You probably seen him on The Today Show, Doctor Oz, Fox CNN, nightline, and all over the place. He's known as the father of biohacking. And he also puts on an incredible conference every year called upgrade labs. Yep, I've got Dave with me today. You're gonna love this interview. And here's what else you're gonna love, you are gonna be able to do as fast as weight challenge for free. By going to JG virgin dot com slash fast this way. And you'll also want to grab his book fastest way to help you through the process. Okay, I will be right.

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"dave asprey" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

02:37 min | 10 months ago

"dave asprey" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"Ozone dot com. Okay got it so. Hopefully you'll hear some cool stories about ozone therapy and and whatnot. I think it's it's just worth it and this is one of those things that is just coming online. I asked mark hyman. Yeah yeah mark has been on the show dear friend in we're at some medical conference somewhere and we're both on a panel and the the panelists moderator said. Hey guys what is over the next five years. What are the new things coming. Online that are going to be most effective marks. Actually i think it's ozone. And i'm one hundred percent alignment with that. So part of my job here is to to shine the light of attention on stuff that really works that is cost effective and one of the things that that really attracted me your stuff as you're saying look we got the costs down so instead of being a few grand is nine hundred and fifty bucks and this is for hundreds and hundreds of treatments that you can use on your whole family as long as you how to do it right number one thing. Don't breathe stuff. You need to do it and even before you stick it somewhere. Go doctor try it. Once you know get taught how to do it or at least look videos on The doctors ozone site. That are going to teach you how to do it safely so you you can't harm yourself if you don't know what you're doing do not breathe. Do not put it on your dogs and stuff like that. You know any animals any people that breathe this it can be really harmful But when it's done properly it is very safe and really effective. Thanks for coming. On and website g. r. s. ozone dot com doctors ozone and. That's where you can learn more. I guess slash bulletproof specific page. That runs over like biohacking kind of stuff. Doctors ozone does have more stuff it's could more medically based as you put together some special stuff. That people like i go to the website cover. You like to go there and learn a bunch of stuff. It'll be cool. Yeah all right thanks man. Yeah happy to be here. Thanks if you like. Today's upset you know to do. Get a bag of ozone and stick it. Okay you could do something else as well but What i would like you to do though is visit the webpage and just learned something about ozone therapy. I've got a few things on the bulletproof website. I mentioned the other podcast with some of the luminaries in the field. But just take five minutes. See what the says and put it in your arsenal of things you can do to increase your biology and if you ever really sick and nothing's working telling you ozone ozone ozone bulletproof radio was created a hosted by dave asprey the producer darcy himes.

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"dave asprey" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

06:55 min | 11 months ago

"dave asprey" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"You don't have pain throughout the body. So i look at that indo. 'they liam and even the lining of the endothelium the quake cakes as primary biohacking territories and the idea that you can use feedback any system in the body where you can get. External feedback will improve more quickly. Than if you just sit there and try and look at it. Even if you're a meditation guru santa cave and you can make your your thumb or your hand. Get really hot here and there are guys who can do that. They can change ten degrees by temperature. Hook thermometer up to it and show them the thermometer and they can do it faster. So feedback is just valuable in this feedback on system. Most people don't know you can measure or have any impact on but it has been around for ten plus years on it does compete with with chemicals which i think always a good thing to do. I'll write. would you be up for a question or two. From the upgrade collective members would love to alright. John's got his hand up. But i can't tell if that's because he wanted to ask a question or he just left his hand. Upjohn since your hands up. Woody have to say actually. The question was really about the pots because I got a couple of daughters that both get light headed miss and we give them salt. They keep salt with them so that they can. You know not stop doing their activities in that raises a breath blood pressure just enough to eliminate the problem. And when i heard you talking about how you could learn to control blood pressure with this. I thought maybe that would work. But i wrote you the the question in a text and you really already really already screen that question. So i don't and the pots is actually originated from lime. It's not it's really lime related. The doctor told it's not actually butts a right. 'cause it's from lime. It's not really pots yet. Thank you said it is but that most people would treat the pots and not treat the lime. She said of retreat the line and just do the salt For the pots at this pot system symptoms would improve in. so that's how we approached it. You know how are they doing with their lime treatment overall like are they winning no I'd say i'd say they've improved quite a bit but there's a lot of ups and downs for both of them. Yeah so then. I'd even turned this over today in his experience but yet the i agree with the doctor in this case i mean you obviously need some hacks to get the blood pressure up immediately. I don't know if zone is the right tool to do that. There's money back guarantee you can try. It can work. You only need one of them for both your daughters so they can try to doesn't work send it back and we'd love to hear the results from it. I should have mentioned that this one of those things where it was like sixty or ninety days some long amount of time. I don't remember what it is. It's on the websites guys. Don't quote me on that but you can try to look. I did it. You really need to do it for about four six weeks or something. Pretty regularly to start seeing the numbers change. They won't change. the. I say there is ninety days so you can try it for in two months and say okay. I got the results. I could see my blood pressure. Or i didn't and then send it back so i i just think that's a that's the biggest vote you can have of confidence when nine days is plenty of time to see the results and and so it's like either is gonna workers not gonna work and for specific cases of lyme. Some lime co infections things like barnala will infect the endothelium in fact there's a chronic number of people probably tens of millions in the us alone who have stuff living in their endothelium slow growing bacteria. And certainly something that i dealt with before Does doing this kind of training with zona were training into the feeling. Does it affect the co-infections that come with lime. No idea no idea. But you treat lime and you use zone. I mean she's going to have an idea. You don't have a clinical study but you have an idea so again so we're dealing with so there is an dible nitric oxide. Synthase is inside the endothelium right. So if there's an infection they are producing crazy amounts of nitric oxide that does disrupt the normal functioning of feeling sales and the normal functioning of the endothelial nitric oxide synthesis. So essentially you. You're releasing. Gobs and gobs and gobs of nitric oxide to try and get the innate immune system working so it kills off the invader and so the rest of the the nitric oxide synthesis as well. We're gonna take the day off. 'cause we got plenty nitric oxide here so at Down regulates the normal functioning there. So i would think that if once the body got on top of the infection a little bit and the Down regulated that it would disown would help restore normal function there But if it's an active infection with inflammation going on there who knows but in terms of recovery absolutely. Okay that's a. That's a very very cool answer. We have one more question from the upgrade collective. Today's susan go for it and thank you for this wide-ranging ranging and very interesting conversation about a lot of different on cardio benefits. My question is around the actual use of it so do switch hands stand up sit down you know what are the best ways or the optima ways to get results and where do you find people making mistakes that we would like to pay attention to. If we're going to start this between gregg questioned the only mistake you can make is not doing it. It really it walks you through. So it's a little handheld device. It walks through the exercise as long as you are using the feedback. And either it tells you the squeeze lesser squeeze more. It's that simple. And then at the end it gives you a score bap during those two minutes. What percentage where you in the proper zone and as long as you're above seventy percent for the two for the entire exercise you're okay so there's really you can't mess this one up. This is simple as it gets. You just have to get started and squeeze and takes about. Thanks about eleven minutes. I think total because paul one minute pause in between you go back and forth times but it's it's as simple as you can get. You cannot literally cannot mess it. Up doesn't matter if you've got the grip strength of dave asprey or you know you've got a carpal tunnel can't squeeze very hard. It's all calibrated to what you're able to do so you don't have to be the hulk and to make this work either..

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"dave asprey" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

05:15 min | 11 months ago

"dave asprey" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"To authors and speakers directly to ask questions at the end of the show today is a returning podcast guest and a friend and a major investor in longevity and aging and now a new author of a very Very cool book about aging. It is called believe it or not the science and technology of growing young at. That's kind of funny. 'cause sergei young is our guest so he named the book after himself which is the world's biggest dad jokes or gate. Was that your intent when you named burt yes The truth comes out. Well welcome back. And we are airing this on the date. That your new book comes out and actually hits. The shelves have the advanced reviewer's copy and in pre sales though. You're kind of killing it right now. How's the book doing before it's even out. Yeah it's it's gonna interesting. We'll read done Number one yearly lease on amazon in three categories like preventive medicine aging and longevity and we even competing between number one and number two bestseller even before book assault with some of the existing books in preventive medicine. Some very happy. Like i mean you know. It's better than anyone in every book is like baby and this is my first. Yeah baby book. And i'm very excited. It's getting well and It obviously it comes down to support. I received from you and a lot of people in the now failed. But let's let's forward is by peter de by peter demandn ray kurzweil So kind of some big names. And there's some quotes on the back from a tony robbins and some other some other big names. When when relatively small guy on there on the back is dave asprey guy but basic as i have endorsed the book And i'm so many other leaders in the field because sergei's spent years connecting with the world's anti aging research leaders. That's how we met years ago and he believes that we can live to two hundred years old and beyond that it's inevitable not as possible and that makes me very angry because my numbers one eighty in. I'm going to do twenty years more than you. And so the surviving was. Was this an intentional slight. Yeah i think what we what we see now. Field is is this a certain inflation of of life expectancy and lifespan targets. I know one guy from china. He won't sleep two three years. I think he's just got typical Chinese stuff you better bigger longer At sarah but otherwise. I i do think it's obviously well beyond the sound barrier of huntington twenty two years the maximum lifespan On the record and all of the technologists and scientific breakthroughs the we expecting the next fifteen years within the near horizon of longevity will give us an opportunity to break the sound barrier leave beyond huntington ninety two years while well up to huntington fifty or even two hundred years. Well i i agree with you. One hundred percent in. It's our mutual friends. aubrey degray. Who's been on the show. He's ten thousand years and like no one ever. that can grow a beard like aubrey. So we just know that he can be like the merlin of anti-aging. So yeah i'm good with. I just come close to that. It's okay now you're uniquely credible because you run the longevity vision fund so you've putting one hundred million dollars work. Accelerating life extension technology and making it affordable for all of us which is a big theme in your book big theme in my aging book. As well okay. It starts with the crazy people wanting to spend more money like enough money to go to space. Now i'm gonna spend it on hacking myself. But that's what enables it to be much more affordable if years later so it kind of it just evolves that way like phones dead and you've also managed the two billion dollar private fund at you and i are in the longevity are the x prize Donor thing where we helped to select create x prizes. You did the longevity x prize. I did the carbon capture. One that elon. Musk ended up funding which was pretty cool. So like we we care. But you've been in this for a long time. Which is why. I wanted to dig in on your take on the science and the technology so that our listeners and our upgrade collective members can ask questions and just learn. How real is it. And what are they going to have to do that. That's the scary thing i don't know. Should i go plant. Based should i fast. Should i inject stem cells or should i do what You know some of the like craig venter's as have pizza and beer while we wait for more data like there's a lot of options here he ask so Let me start with you. You mentioned it's possible of the two hundred years. Have you stake number for yourself. It seems like every day. Someone's asking me about cb so i've done a lot of the.

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"dave asprey" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

02:04 min | 11 months ago

"dave asprey" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"In neuro anthropology. What the heck is that means. It brings the culture biology and psychology into a single field. Jamie is a co founder of the international flow genome project at which i was the first investor and they work on training people for the ultimate human performance looks at the nitty gritty between science and human potential with a lot of precision. And that's why our interview about hypnotic engineering ended up being a multi episode miniseries for you because it was more than would fit in one episode or fit in your head all at one time we pull part is book recaptured. The rapture rethinking god's sex and death in a world that's lost its mind. Jimmy goes to a lot of places you probably wouldn't think about all in search of the flow state things like the fascinating sex survey he conducted with couples or his views on sexy biohacking and nerdy kink. We've got some deep survival circuits and powerful evolutionary drivers when it comes to sex and death and everything in between so if you care about neuroscience and psychology listen to these episodes. You're going to like what you hear proved high performance. You're listening to radio with dave asprey day's gonna be a lot of fun because well we have our live audience from the upgrade collective. Who are here answers to ask some questions for you fultz. We're gonna be talking about a book called recapture the rapture by my friend. Jamie wheel rethinking. God sex and death in a world. That's lost its mind. This is perhaps the hardest title you could ever put on a book that you want people to read as an author who's got only four times bestsellers. I'm like okay rapture. You just triggered half the religious people and do let's put death on a cover like that is the hardest thing so it's harder southern fasting. What were you thinking jamie naming your book recapture the rapture when you balance your blood sugar. Your overall health improves on just about every metric. You can.

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"dave asprey" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"dave asprey" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"You're listening to bullock radio with dave asprey. Today is going to be a show that talks about the human side of grief and loss and love and community encourage. And these are things that you might often say. Well wait. what does that have to do with. Biohacking are human performance and these have to do with the parts of being that we all go through in our lives and their presser. We don't talk about because they're uncomfortable and we're wired in our cells to avoid things that are uncomfortable however if you do think about them it gives you an enormous opportunity for growth enormous opportunity to be a better human being to be of better service to others and when inspired my interview today was an interview that maria shriver did with amend excludes amanda goes the talk a really popular. Cbs daytime talkshow. She's a former broadway dancer. Radio city rockette in creator of the global fitness brand aka fitness. She met her husband. Nick cordeiro who's a tony award nominated broadway star and musician. When she was performing in bullets over broadway in her memoir live your life. Amanda writes about their life together and their families experience with kobe in the early days of the pandemic marine decided to interview. amanda clues. About what happened. When she lost her husband. Nick cordeiro to cove. It and amanda wrote a book about this to tell her story and she built a huge movement around building community to support her as she was going through what she went through so i thought. Let's talk with amanda today. And let's see what she has to teach us about the stories. She tells in her book and also just to learn what what really happened here. So amanda thank you for taking the time to be with us on the show today. Thank you so much for having me day. That's nice to be here. Some people listening might not know what happened with nick. But nick got kovic. But you didn't know it and so let's go through a little bit of that just to catch everyone up when you balance your blood sugar. Your overall health improves on just about every metric. You.

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"dave asprey" Discussed on Raising the Bar with Alli and Michael

Raising the Bar with Alli and Michael

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"dave asprey" Discussed on Raising the Bar with Alli and Michael

"Well what did you think i. That was an interesting episode for you to hear. Because i don't find that you get super fascinated by that kind of stuff. So what did you think. I mean i like him and he i like evangelists needs an evangelist. He's here to educate which i got his. You know he's also evangelizing his book as well but man what a what an interesting story i mean i. I've known about him along time. Mostly in the biohacking way the original the original way now. He's really focused on food. Which i think is really great. I like him because he seems like. He's very sound very science based and aims at simplicity. So i'm not getting really unhappy with my nutritional life that it'd be great to like have a vision for it. I really haven't had a clear about it. Like as we're listening to him talk. I mean you know but it's like it's like the food thing you know and i certainly noticed that with my kids just you know it's like they are very sensitive to the e. Yeah that makes a lot of sense. Let's clueless sitting in the conversation as a parent thinking. Oh yeah getting through. The meal is is one thing sending the kids out to really be in. Prime state is very just a hired geyer game that i'm not chosen to focus on it. Worth doing. Really worth doing reminds me as son of silly but like when enemy interrupt us up but like the kit was baby and i had to suppress eating because i was dealing with sinus infections as i talked about on the show and he would need for for a while and i kept calling the peterson. He's not gonna eat. And i'm like he's going to die and he's not going to die he's gonna eat when it comes time to eat and i think it'd be true of like he didn't die by the way people of you know i think about like if we were really try to retrain our kids to like eat eggs in the morning instead of oriole pancakes and cereal and if we were to try to get our kids all of our kids speed and better the an interesting experience yeah. I think the goal is probably did talk about it. More than start said something small. The way people fail is usually they go from zero to one hundred. Not that you ever do that anyways. We hope you guys enjoyed this episode. We could sit here and talk about this for hours but Anyways if you love to episode please share it. Send it with a friend rate reviews. Subscribe all that good stuff and go buy that new book fastest way by dave asprey. Yes you'll love it..

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"dave asprey" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"dave asprey" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Everyone you're listening to one life. Radio we are live from dallas texas iheartmedia as well as in southern california. Dave asprey is our guest. Today is the founder and chairman of bulletproof three sixty high-performance copy and food company and the creator of the widely popular. Bulletproof coffee he is a three times new york bestselling author and host of the webby award winning. Podcast bulletproof radio. He's been featured on the today. Show fox news nightline cnn and dozens more and over the past two decades. Dave the father of biohacking has worked with world renowned doctors researchers scientists and global mavericks to uncover the latest most innovative methods techniques and products for enhancing mental and physical performance. You can find dave at dave at asprey dot com or bulletproof dot com or on instagram. At dave dot asprey. Today we're talking about his incredible new book that gets released on january nineteenth fast this way. Okay so dave. We've only got a couple of minutes. Unfortunately that clock always goes too fast. When you've got an incredible. Gaston but what. What does fasting from food. Do for us physically. It is remarkable what it does when you decide to fast even for just sixteen hours which sounds like a big deal except what that means. Is you skip breakfast and have a late lunch. It's not the end of the world. But when you do that or longer fast it tells your body any cells or even parts of yourselves. The mitochondria any of them. That can't hang for that period of time without food. They must be weak and therefore the body will replace the week parts with stronger parts with younger parts. It's basically like weightlifting for your metabolism. What a great explanation. that's You explained it perfectly you did. And that sounds so empowering like who doesn't want to do that right empowering except. I didn't want to do that because i knew that. Come around. Eleven o'clock eleven thirty. I was start acting like a jerk because my blood sugar would go low. And i want to punch people not that. I'm kind of guy but hey anyone who's been angrier or in my case hypoc lie bitchy We we know that viewing well. I just learned that if you do this occasionally and you start slowly and you use the hack that elated and not feel that hunger you can be kind and nice and level headed person even while you do it and that's the hack Well so why is the approach to fasting different for women. It turns out that women have different hormones and men. I know that sometimes isn't politically correct to say. But hey it's totally true. When women do fasting too much even just intermittent fasting every morning for a lot of women after about six for the first month. You're gonna feel amazing but after about six weeks. You start noticing. Hey i sleep isn't as good. I keep waking at three in the morning. Four in the morning and my hormones aren't working the way they should and you wonder what's going on because you know fasting makes you feel so good what's happening is it's just like training you over train or you can over fast so being kind to yourself and fasting every other day or intermittent fasting every other day it works really well for a lot of women and few women can do it every single morning especially exercise a lot. I'm so glad. I asked that question because i've experienced that and i couldn't understand why some nights i would sleep so well and then some days not and But i typically intermittent fast. Every single day i try to do at least twelve hours and typically sixteen hours. So that's really good to know. So let me ask you this. We only have just about one or two minutes before the music's gonna play. Are you still on track to live to one hundred and eighty on track to live to at least one hundred eighty. That's not the ceiling. That's just the goal and all of us have that potential right now because of all these new technologies coming down and because now we know why aging happens. What a great. What a great time having you on the show today. Such an honor to speak with you personally. I hope you'll come back sometime. It's really been great. And you'll be at the paleo f x you're part of it Virtual twenty twenty. And we'll be looking forward to that as well. Thank you so much for jumping on the air with us today. Thank you all right. Dave s free. Everyone check him out on instagram. At dave dot free and his websites. Dave asprey dot com and bro bulletproof dot com and of course his new book fastest way released eight t january nineteen twenty twenty one. It's fantastic. i guarantee. I just got my my big thumbs up of approval. Everyone thank you so much for listening today. And you know what You get one body you get one mind and you get one live so get out there today and make the most of it..

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"dave asprey" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

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05:13 min | 1 year ago

"dave asprey" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"So you can do that. That's the most however kind of passing there is. I couldn't agree more and especially right now. Oh my goodness There's just so much contempt out there Among so many people. But you know in in the book you talk about Sobriety going without substances and meditation is going without thinking solitude is going without other humans and shibat is going without working and absence is going without sex so many men can't even imagine that so no seriously and i did want to go there because i think it's i. Do i think that. I you know i have friends that that you know the male friends that think that my goodness if they have to go a day without that wow and they don't see it as an addiction away to if you can step away from it how you can have personal growth. It's not something that you absolutely need every day to survive Like a lot of things that we're talking about including television. I found so interesting in your book that you turn off your television twenty years ago. So many people have their television all the time right. It's really incredible when you say well. I feel like want this all the time and the wants become needs but it's not really a need what i discovered through the course of studying our ourselves. Is that all lifeforms. Follow these basic rules including us in the first rule is you've got to run away from or kill or hide from anything scary and you do that because we're wired as animals about us you drop everything and you deal with that and unfortunately if an election feels scary or going to feel scary. It messes up your priorities. The second thing we do is we're wired to eat everything because our ancestors definitely had famines and the third thing we're wired to do if the first one is food of the first one fear the second one's food the third thing that all animals have to do to reproduce that's also an f. word you know what that is now. Let you know what it is it's for. I don't know what you're thinking. Yeah yeah yeah. I was listening so intensely. I just kinda yeah i i am my gosh so you did. Make me blush yeah. You're just so funny. I'm looking at bring this up your your ear perennial sunning. This is from a year ago. What what in the earth made you think of that. But i you know. I was thinking as i was looking at it thinking. Okay it makes sense. You said that. It increases testosterone is that because of the vitamin d. That the testes are getting from the direct sunlight. Most most people don't sunbathe. Then have that area of their body exposed but right. There's a study that shows that if sunlight strikes directly on the testes that it increases testosterone production very meaningfully. And it's probably because all of the light from the sun especially the red and infrared are stimulating. The might contract in the cells there. And so i put a picture a tasteful picture on instagram about that mostly because it was funny. I don't actually lay out your son. You know with my junk out there very often. It was on a beach was a private beach and it was picture. No i thought it was just incredibly funny. I'm glad that you know how important is a sense of humor by the way to get through this thing called life. It's actually shown in multiple studies having a sense of humor. Being able to laugh at yourself and that things that otherwise would be scary. It increases the hormones and make you live a long time and it decreases inflammation and. it's funny. You can see two people. They're walking one of them falls down in the bud and start swearing and the other one falls down in the mud and starts laughing. They both got dirty. What was the difference between the two. The difference was how they programmed their thinking and one of the things that i decided to do in the course of of the research. That's taken a long time for fast this way. I said there are things. That really aren't funny to me and things that i feel like our deadly and one of them was being alone and the other ones being hungry. So i hired a shaman. She dropped me off in a cave where i was alone with no food and no humans for ten miles in any direction and spent four days just sitting with that and i structured fastest way all about okay. What goes through your mind and what goes through your body when you're doing this and it's great because you realize a lot of the things you think you need are not requirements at least for a little while and teaching yourself to feel safe and calm is life changing. It takes away a lot of weight from the world and that makes space for having a sense of humor. Yeah no it does. And it's empowering. I'm only on like i don't know what our from fasting but i haven't fasted for three or four days in a very long time but your book has inspired me to do so but there is something very powerful about having control over your mind and yourself and we're gonna go to break real quick for a quick identification station identification more coming up with dave asprey. Everyone stay tuned. You're listening to one life radio.

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"dave asprey" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

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07:17 min | 1 year ago

"dave asprey" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Thank you for having me. It's so great to hear your voice it really is. I'm super super thrilled. So you know. Let's talk about this new book that you have written fast way to lose weight get smarter and live your longest healthiest life with the bulletproof guide to fasting and thank you to our mutual friends. Michelle and keith. Norris founders of paleo affects. You'll be speaking at the virtual event this weekend. What will you be discussing dave. I'll be talking about the art of biohacking specifically how to do fasting without feeling pain and a lot of people don't do it because they're afraid and i'm going to teach them how to do it without anything that's uncomfortable. I started Right now i have a couple of bulletproof coffee with your bulletproof oil. And i didn't. I started fasting like yesterday. I guess it was around like eleven o'clock twelve o'clock and and you know now we're twelve hours in. That's not that long my body. Typically i can go up to sixteen hours but your book is apps. absolutely fascinating about It it doesn't have to be painful. I'm not hungry right now at all and so. I think it's not actually feel energized. Which you know a lot of people would think. Oh my gosh. If you don't have any food have energy but you know you have been extremely successful with bulletproof coffee. You're bestselling books and you're popular podcasts. But at one time a lot of people didn't know that this. I didn't know this that you wore a size forty six pants and where three hundred pounds and you were quoted as saying that you feel like a young man trapped in an old man's body so what happened. That woke you up to make such dramatic light so many dramatic lifestyle changes. It turns out that. When you're fat. And i can say that because i was i You know it. You don't need to scale All you need to do is wake up in the morning and look at how you feel and everyone who's away like that is kind of desperate to lose weight but were more desperate just to feel really good because when you have that much weight it means the energy that's supposed to become premier food to fuel what you do and how you feel. It's going into excess weight and so you're always feeling like you're in a car that won't accelerate all the way and it's really frustrating. I just kinda hit the wall. Right has three surgeries before i was twenty three and they started eating brain fog right. Today's fourteen all the eighth all diseases of aging. Before i was twenty eight and i'm like i can't do this anymore. I it's it's important half to fix this and my doctor. Just kinda thinks it's in my head but i think it's in my pants because they're big. I have an interesting question. Because i never way myself and i've always maintained unless i was pregnant and even then within twenty pounds of weight i am right now. Sometimes they'll fluctuate at the most five to ten pounds. But are you one that that that that regularly ways yourself. I'm just curious The only time. I regularly weigh myself as if i'm using one of the devices from upgrade labs one of my startups. That's getting things that way but is telling me how inflamed and how much fat around the organs and things that are important for health but your daily wait. It's really a function of how much water you drink. And when you go to the bathroom so it doesn't matter if you use up once a month it's still doesn't matter especially if you're a woman because it's common to have four or five pound fluctuation. What matters is how your clothes fit. I agree well. I have this thing where i look at myself naked in the mirror every day. And that's how i assess you know what parts of my body neat maybe need. More working out Just my level of acceptance. I'm not you know. Super what do i want to say like hard on myself. That's not the. That's not the best word but i don't i don't judge myself. I just evaluate myself daily to always keep myself in check. Do you think that's a good way to keep your weight at a good level. It's a good way to keep your weight into good level if it works for you but if i would have looked in the mirror when i was obese i would have not liked to myself. There's always some level of of personal development there and you're saying this is pretty good. I'd like to improve this little bit. That's healthy if you look at it and go that's shameful that's discussing. How could i have let myself do this. Just what i didn't know is that if that's happening to you it's because there's a problem with your biology. It is not a problem with your willpower people who are fatter willpower athletes. Because we have to go around and get everything done with less power than other people because our power is getting hijacked. And i've found that that learning how to intermittent fasting my first book. The bulletproof diet that that was on the new york times last. I talked about intermittent fasting and it helped to lead the spark where now it's all over the place but what i didn't do was teach people to understand that it doesn't have to be abhorrent when i i had someone told me i should skip breakfast. This is back in the late. Nineties i was. I was horrified. Are you kidding. If i don't need six times a day i'll into starvation mode and i'll start acting like a jerk and i'll be tired all the time because i didn't know how to do it. That's why i wrote this new book. The book is amazing. It really is of course we were privileged to get it ahead of time. It doesn't come out until january. Nineteen but i have to tell you it is so well written. It is such a great book. I'm truly enjoying it. I'm not completely threw it yet. So many incredible great pieces of advice and just data information And for those of you out there just may be getting in your car and just now listening. We're talking to dave asprey his new book fast this way. So you know like you just said people hear the word fasting. They immediately think of food deprivation and starvation and pain but what are some of the other forms of fasting that people don't typically think of shopping just means to go without so if you're on the unhealthy vegan diet then you've decided to fast from animal protein in animal fats. If you are on the kito diet you're fasting from carbohydrates but some of them are interesting kinds of fasting. And the one that i i write about towards the end of the book is actually called spiritual fasting. And this is when you say. I'm going to set aside a couple of days. And i'm actually going to look at the emotions and the feelings of hunger and i'm going to use it to improve myself and but you don't have to do that if it's a monday morning you've got work but you want the benefits of fasting. There are hacks you can do during the fast. So you don't lose energy and you can be a good parent and a good employee. But it's not idea of spiritual fasting to the point that when people ordered the book now and send me the receipt on fast dot com. I'm spending two weeks teaching. Everyone who honors me by reading the book how to do this on a daily thing every morning get on the get on a a webcasting with them and actually walk through. Here's what we're gonna do today. Here's how to do it. Because i think at least a million people in the us alone can sit down and say. I'm gonna learn how to do this without any fear without any suffering and without any deprivation. But eventually i'll teach you towards the very end of this too fast from hate. Don't whole day without thinking anything bad about someone.

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09:08 min | 1 year ago

"dave asprey" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Now just because someone's emotionally stunted does not mean that they can't you know or that they don't appear confident initially you know so they can kind of come up with those good impression but mostly stunted at the end of the day. That's probably gonna come out in some way shape or form later on as you can see to be around that person as you continue to talk to them. Then these you're going to pick up on a lot of these cues and then You know so but one of the first things that a lot of times. They're gonna make everything about them which means that they're going to be egocentric so they talk about themselves More than they should. They're gonna probably talk about themselves more than they actually listening to you And so then being eagles century is you know that kinda goes throughout the whole relationship whenever someone is ego centric. Let's say if there's an argument they probably gonna wanna get the last word in and they're probably going to be selfish. They're probably not going to be very giving you know they're probably not going to be very vulnerable as different towns as well so but So being eagles injury. But that's part of being emotional sunday. I would also say that they probably lack accountability. So if you feel comfortable with yourself you're going to be able to give people permission to hold you accountable and the person who's emotionally stunted has difficulty with that accountability and i'm talking about not just minute women can have this as well but with men. Does it manifest a little bit differently. When there's accountability guy couples that come tamalpais and a lot times women will say. I feel like i'm raising. You know another child because my husband or my boyfriend or like they won't get off the the iran and do anything. Like i feel like i'm the person who's always pushing them. Who's always trying to motivate them. When they first talked they talked to the game. And they you know act like they had all this ambition and there's motivation and this initiative but when it came down to it they're not they're not accountable you know they're playing the victim role. Someone you know doing some mat. Work the not proactive. And so you know and they don't you know they just don't take a couple of billion in accountability no So that's someone who can be mostly sunny as well rolling to chat you know what no you're good you're good. I would even say that mostly sunny and many times. They'll actually be threatened by women who are strong and so again they can come out on a few different ways one time and one way they can try to control strong with it. You know Because if i can control her it makes me feel good about myself When someone is insecure many times you will see them Controlling and that is one way that they try to overcompensate for that insecurity. Because i don't feel good about myself. Sometimes i need to blow out other people's candle so i feel You know mind shines. Brighter may become controlling of my relationship. Because i see other people and they look like they threaten our relationship. I walk into a with my girl. And i've seen her. Is you know. go to some other men. And i'm probably going to be able to looking at what's wrong with you. You know some some wrong with. Is there something you're looking at the bar over there and it's like why are you controlling because that other guy all of a sudden it's threatening and she may not even stablishment may not have even established i contact with that guy but all you already on the lookout because you have this insecurity because you haven't necessarily dealt with but sometimes i have to say sometimes. I think that there are men and women both that do that intentionally to make the other person insecure like they're always on you know they're always looking else. You know what i'm talking about is you're a man. I don't know i've actually kind of done that to someone the burner. This sure. doug column what it is. I love so transparent about it on and you always had them a narcotic characteristics about myself in terms of being at least back in the day. You know my wife sir. Broke me of a lot of these characteristics. But if i were in a situation unless they didn't have the attention that i wanted and sometimes you can see this come out we call it in attachment disorders. That you know what. I will threaten to leave the relationship while may make a fuss on board. Probably going to make a stink. And i'll try to pull my love and affection away in order to make you come running you know and so and if you i'll say this And you can take this to the bank bernadette but in relationships the person who cares the least in a relationship typically has the most power and the power struggle though So so well. Here's the thing not not. Everybody actually understands knows that there has insight or i'll say they don't have awareness that they're in a power stroke for some people is just something that they naturally do for instance the big of an environment that was something that was natural and they just saw like the parents they would. They notice that they're you know they're friends. Did this or you know that people in their lives. You know engaged in this type of behavior. Then they may be in a power struggle and they may go into relationships thinking. This is normal. Because i tend to believe bernadette that contrast brings perspective everything is relative and so my first lady's life and he's another personal relationship but like it was an abusive relationship. You know and until. I got into another relationship. I didn't know what was normal. And so Oh she's not trying to cut me. Oh she's not trying to cut me out. Oh she's not trying to cry just to give me back and trying to manipulate me. Oh she's out. That stuff was normal. And i was like no. This person has a very chaotic. And you know it was normal to her. He's not normal to me and some people again they are there. They've normalized with the things that are abnormal. And so if you've always been in you know traumatic and chaotic relationships when you get into a stable relationship for some people yeah that relationships feels kinda born 'cause like this. This is not what i'm used to. You know so. When i say contracts brings perspective is like until you have something to compare it to a lot of times. You may think this is normal and with normally. You may not be maybe abnormal for everybody else so addicting that kind of drama and behavior Like actions like a cocaine addiction. I was reading an interesting article last week. In fact the next time you're on i'd love to talk about it It was a very interesting article. And i'm like yeah. I haven't thought about that but it really is. Someone can can actually feel like they've done cocaine. The high is so high. When you're on a it is a is an emotional high. Some people can become addicted to it. So you like some people with like an addictive personality. So whenever you fall in love is what we call being in a state of limerick where auburn their friend you know. Dopamine all the stuff slowing in saudi by the serotonin and so when that happens you get on. You have the mountaintop experience and some people they will go from relationship to relationship looking for that in love experience. I want that high. Or i wanna have us so they push the envelope. Do timothy partner. You know i wanna you know some people. You know exciting. Let's go have a parking lot where people can see as whatever they're looking for that high inside the relationship when they don't get it they make go through something else because i'm always looking for. I'm player focused pleasure oriented. yeah And so you. I was just gonna say and that's not that's not the best way to have a relationship stable now. We've only got about a minute. So i wanna ask you this question so we have a good takeaway for someone out there listening that maybe in this situation. How does someone effectively deal with an emotionally stunted man or person is it possible to reason with them. I would say Some ways well my counselor always depends when you need to work on your own self awareness to understand what you're dealing with because when you understand with someone is going through you understand yourself is going to be much easier to assess the situation to act accordingly so you need to communicate with your partner you need to also set some boundaries and you need to also follow through on what you say so If someone is wishy washy then you definitely want to be the person who is consistent. At times you may have to seek professional help To work on your self awareness and to work through your fears until you're insecurity and be willing to work on things within the relationship so qualified therapists And to to kinda help you work through some of this stuff but times people who are emotionally stunted they don't know what they don't know and so it's about increasing their awareness so once you have that awareness you've been do something about it and i say take a good long hard look in the mirror and ask yourself some questions. That's a great way to address it as well and You might not like yourself for a while. But i think everyone can grow and change and have a productive life if they just put the work in so none of us and that's for sure but always great can't wait to talk to you again Hopefully sooner rather than later. Von england You guys out there listening. You can find him at preston place. Counseling dot com or on instagram. At vaughn talks thanks again. We'll talk to you soon all right. Oh boy we've gone to break. We've got dave asprey coming up. Everyone we're talking about his new book. That has not been released yet. A fast this way. I was privileged to a copy of it. It's amazing stay tuned. you're gonna love it. you're listening to one life radio.

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"dave asprey" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

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09:21 min | 1 year ago

"dave asprey" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"And do they only act this way at certain times Well i would say that if they're mostly stunted that these types of traits are going to be pervasive so you're gonna see them come out in different ways now just because someone's emotionally stunted does not mean that they can't you know or that they don't appear confident initially you know so they can kind of come up with those good impression but mostly stunted at the end of the day. That's probably gonna come out in some way shape or form later on as you can see to be around that person as you continue to talk to them. Then these you're going to pick up on a lot of these cues and then You know so but one of the first things that a lot of times. They're gonna make everything about them which means that they're going to be egocentric so they talk about themselves More than they should. They're gonna probably talk about themselves more than they actually listening to you And so then being eagles century is you know that kinda goes throughout the whole relationship whenever someone is ego centric. Let's say if there's an argument they probably gonna wanna get the last word in and they're probably going to be selfish. They're probably not going to be very giving you know they're probably not going to be very vulnerable as different towns as well so but So being eagles injury. But that's part of being emotional sunday. I would also say that they probably lack accountability. So if you feel comfortable with yourself you're going to be able to give people permission to hold you accountable and the person who's emotionally stunted has difficulty with that accountability and i'm talking about not just minute women can have this as well but with men. Does it manifest a little bit differently. When there's accountability guy couples that come tamalpais and a lot times women will say. I feel like i'm raising. You know another child because my husband or my boyfriend or like they won't get off the the iran and do anything. Like i feel like i'm the person who's always pushing them. Who's always trying to motivate them. When they first talked they talked to the game. And they you know act like they had all this ambition and there's motivation and this initiative but when it came down to it they're not they're not accountable you know they're playing the victim role. Someone you know doing some mat. Work the not proactive. And so you know and they don't you know they just don't take a couple of billion in accountability no So that's someone who can be mostly sunny as well rolling to chat you know what no you're good you're good. I would even say that mostly sunny and many times. They'll actually be threatened by women who are strong and so again they can come out on a few different ways one time and one way they can try to control strong with it. You know Because if i can control her it makes me feel good about myself When someone is insecure many times you will see them Controlling and that is one way that they try to overcompensate for that insecurity. Because i don't feel good about myself. Sometimes i need to blow out other people's candle so i feel You know mind shines. Brighter may become controlling of my relationship. Because i see other people and they look like they threaten our relationship. I walk into a with my girl. And i've seen her. Is you know. go to some other men. And i'm probably going to be able to looking at what's wrong with you. You know some some wrong with. Is there something you're looking at the bar over there and it's like why are you controlling because that other guy all of a sudden it's threatening and she may not even stablishment may not have even established i contact with that guy but all you already on the lookout because you have this insecurity because you haven't necessarily dealt with but sometimes i have to say sometimes. I think that there are men and women both that do that intentionally to make the other person insecure like they're always on you know they're always looking else. You know what i'm talking about is you're a man. I don't know i've actually kind of done that to someone the burner. This sure. doug column what it is. I love so transparent about it on and you always had them a narcotic characteristics about myself in terms of being at least back in the day. You know my wife sir. Broke me of a lot of these characteristics. But if i were in a situation unless they didn't have the attention that i wanted and sometimes you can see this come out we call it in attachment disorders. That you know what. I will threaten to leave the relationship while may make a fuss on board. Probably going to make a stink. And i'll try to pull my love and affection away in order to make you come running you know and so and if you i'll say this And you can take this to the bank bernadette but in relationships the person who cares the least in a relationship typically has the most power and the power struggle though So so well. Here's the thing not not. Everybody actually understands knows that there has insight or i'll say they don't have awareness that they're in a power stroke for some people is just something that they naturally do for instance the big of an environment that was something that was natural and they just saw like the parents they would. They notice that they're you know they're friends. Did this or you know that people in their lives. You know engaged in this type of behavior. Then they may be in a power struggle and they may go into relationships thinking. This is normal. Because i tend to believe bernadette that contrast brings perspective everything is relative and so my first lady's life and he's another personal relationship but like it was an abusive relationship. You know and until. I got into another relationship. I didn't know what was normal. And so Oh she's not trying to cut me. Oh she's not trying to cut me out. Oh she's not trying to cry just to give me back and trying to manipulate me. Oh she's out. That stuff was normal. And i was like no. This person has a very chaotic. And you know it was normal to her. He's not normal to me and some people again they are there. They've normalized with the things that are abnormal. And so if you've always been in you know traumatic and chaotic relationships when you get into a stable relationship for some people yeah that relationships feels kinda born 'cause like this. This is not what i'm used to. You know so. When i say contracts brings perspective is like until you have something to compare it to a lot of times. You may think this is normal and with normally. You may not be maybe abnormal for everybody else so addicting that kind of drama and behavior Like actions like a cocaine addiction. I was reading an interesting article last week. In fact the next time you're on i'd love to talk about it It was a very interesting article. And i'm like yeah. I haven't thought about that but it really is. Someone can can actually feel like they've done cocaine. The high is so high. When you're on a it is a is an emotional high. Some people can become addicted to it. So you like some people with like an addictive personality. So whenever you fall in love is what we call being in a state of limerick where auburn their friend you know. Dopamine all the stuff slowing in saudi by the serotonin and so when that happens you get on. You have the mountaintop experience and some people they will go from relationship to relationship looking for that in love experience. I want that high. Or i wanna have us so they push the envelope. Do timothy partner. You know i wanna you know some people. You know exciting. Let's go have a parking lot where people can see as whatever they're looking for that high inside the relationship when they don't get it they make go through something else because i'm always looking for. I'm player focused pleasure oriented. yeah And so you. I was just gonna say and that's not that's not the best way to have a relationship stable now. We've only got about a minute. So i wanna ask you this question so we have a good takeaway for someone out there listening that maybe in this situation. How does someone effectively deal with an emotionally stunted man or person is it possible to reason with them. I would say Some ways well my counselor always depends when you need to work on your own self awareness to understand what you're dealing with because when you understand with someone is going through you understand yourself is going to be much easier to assess the situation to act accordingly so you need to communicate with your partner you need to also set some boundaries and you need to also follow through on what you say so If someone is wishy washy then you definitely want to be the person who is consistent. At times you may have to seek professional help To work on your self awareness and to work through your fears until you're insecurity and be willing to work on things within the relationship so qualified therapists And to to kinda help you work through some of this stuff but times people who are emotionally stunted they don't know what they don't know and so it's about increasing their awareness so once you have that awareness you've been do something about it and i say take a good long hard look in the mirror and ask yourself some questions. That's a great way to address it as well and You might not like yourself for a while. But i think everyone can grow and change and have a productive life if they just put the work in so none of us and that's for sure but always great can't wait to talk to you again Hopefully sooner rather than later. Von england You guys out there listening. You can find him at preston place. Counseling dot com or on instagram. At vaughn talks thanks again. We'll talk to you soon all right. Oh boy we've gone to break. We've got dave asprey coming up. Everyone we're talking about his new book. That has not been released yet. A fast this way. I was privileged to a copy of it. It's amazing stay tuned. you're gonna love it. you're listening to one life radio.

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"dave asprey" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"dave asprey" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"As km et in southern california on b c news talk. We've got a really big show today. don't we junior do. I'm excited and it's also friday eve. So that's another good thing friday eve. I totally forgot about that. So i've been up here getting my office all organized or my studio. I day in the upper my my new radio studio and it's looking pretty good. Put some pictures out on social but we do have a fantastic show today. We've got dave asprey. He's a guy that i've wanted to talk to for years. I'm so excited. He's the founder and chairman a bulletproof three sixty high-performance coffee and food company and also the creator of the wildly popular bulletproof coffee so an incredible new york times bestselling author. He's on at the half. And one of my. My most favorite guests is with us right. Now that's a von eglin. I he hasn't been on. I've missed you von so happy. You're on today but it's good to have you here. So von is a licensed professional counselor supervisor. Then works with two group practices here in the dallas area. He is a certified couple relationship Trainer and sees a wide range of clients addressing men's issues anger management abuse and addiction. Just to name of you. He is also a doctoral candidate at the university of north texas in the counseling and higher education department. His phd research focuses on couple relationships dialogue. And you can find him at preston. Place counseling dot com or. Follow him on instagram at talks. How you doing today von great. I'm good to hear from you. Burn it in talk to you. Yeah it's good to have you back on the air with us. It's been a couple of months but what we're talking about today as rather interesting. I'm not sure we ever talked about the emotionally stunted demand. But but that's kind of funny but i i'm very curious. I can't wait to dive into this. So what are some of the traits of an emotionally stunted man von well. There are a lot of different traits But by and large whenever you're dealing with mostly stunted may and he's not going to have the maturity or the security that other men have and so Along with that. So you're gonna have feels adequacy or you may see them. Try to overcompensate for things or you're gonna see immaturity. There may be a lack of awareness and so because of that There's gonna be some times when he's eagles century you know and again that can be for a variety of different reasons. But you're going to see them be selfish. And when i say they're gonna they're gonna be selfish in there at the end of the day that probably gonna make you do a lot of the heavy lifting a relationship because they lack awareness and the thing about is that they don't know that they don't know you know so. Have you ever met independent yourself. Burn it or yeah i mean. Of course yeah yeah. Some of them have been extremely immature. But but you know what's at the root of it. That's what i always want to know. I want to have a deep understanding of. Why is a man. I'm i'm guessing this is women can be the same way. Let's pick on men. But i know we're focusing on me but you know at the very root of it. What causes it so well from my perspective. There's a lot of things that go into. What makes a person who they are. And you've heard me say this before. The are three things that i believe. Because i do personality. Profiles like myers briggs and Sometimes though she like brain coding and different things like that But from my perspective the first thing that typically make somewhat who they are is they're genetic and make will have a pre so people will have a predisposition for being a certain way like one person may be more organized than another and they just and maybe part of their genetics I can have a client who comes in. Who's prone to being depressed or prone to being an alcoholic prone to having bipolar disorder even anxiety and that's just based on their genetic makeup the second thing that typically makes up someone you know because there's always the nature versus nurture argument I tend to believe that both have a lot to do with What makes somebody who they are and their environment and their experiences will go into Oh what changed the way. They look at life If you go up and environment a safe healthy and happy and very loving then you may believe that the world is a pretty safe place but if you grew up in an environment where things chaotic dramatic. And you can't really depend on people. People are untrustworthy. And then let's say you've been portrayed at various points in your life. Well now you may look at life a little bit different as well so The third thing is going to be your choices. What are you doing what you have you know. How do you play the car. Dick the god is giving you and So so with that argument so what makes someone emotionally immature again. Those could be a lot of different things however what we're looking at is that whenever there's a motion immaturity or if they're emotionally stunted Many times it's going to manifest differently like but it's always about the what you know what i mean because we're talking about the root of something I'm just kind of going on a tangent record. It talked about when whatever client comes in office. You know we see the behavior but the question is what could that be nature. But it'd be nurture but you know we of have to do some digging to kind of figure that out but what is the why so. I'll give you a quick example. Let's say i have four people stay late for work. One person staying late for work because they wanna brown. They want not the boston. Oh that they're the best worker in you know in the whole office. Another person's stays late. Because hey you know what i got a family to feed gotta be a good provider. Another person's as late because they want a new car. Now the person stays late. Because you know let's say christian and they went to work as they you know i do god kinda so everybody's saying late still doing the same thing but the question is what is their motivation. What is the hidden agenda. What is there. What is their motive for whenever they do their thing so whenever someone's getting back to the point whenever someone is emotionally stunted there could be a variety of reasons for instance like if someone has trauma in their background and give you a personal example. Let's say if i had a woman cheat on me. You know we talk about how sometimes cheating can cause trauma and religiously trump. I might become a mostly sunny might become a mostly started because you know You know. I got kinda got stuck in that trauma and so i'm gonna act out on me And this is the true story. Bernadette it voice. Nobody likes cheating but men seem to take it a little more to heart than a woman. Does you know. Yeah so. I'm not here to say you know how people take heart. I will say that for men are our feelings. We have a lot of feelings. Okay there being in many times. They are very fragile and at the same time. We're not socialized into being able to express all of our emotions so we deal with ceilings in isolation Like to say we're going to make and so in the consequently if we're not able to show all these feelings may not even have the language to articulate what we're actually feeling. I feel sad. I feel powerless. I feel confused. I feel i don't know Betrayed i feel misunderstood. I felt like we don't necessarily like go into that ceiling vocabulary and then consequently you're probably going to see a lot of anger and here ability inevitably but we're going to act out and so we're going to try to overcompensate in some way But when cheating those happen you know Because we like to statistically i'll go here it statistically whenever a man has sex with their partner they tend to believe that i can go have sex with that partner anytime i want to and sometimes we may look at intimacy a little bit different than women to you know so i like claim pistol territory and to have somebody else come in and then lay claim to the territory. It can be very hurtful for some you know especially if they're immature or the insecure They're going to have a lot of issues when that tends to happen. So what about eight..

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How Metal Toxicity Affects Health And Aging

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

09:31 min | 2 years ago

How Metal Toxicity Affects Health And Aging

"You're going to one hundred eighty you're going to be full of metals metals inhibit metal Kendra function. They lower your testosterone because hair loss they caused grain and they cause cancer As was actually a whole bunch of other diseases you've got to lower your exposure to them and you have to get rid of them as you live. Hi I'm K- pro. At one of the producers of the doctors pharmacy podcast genetic variations. Make some people more prone to heavy metal toxicity. Some of us are very very good at detoxifying while others are not in this mini episode Dr Hyman shares his personal experience with mercury poisoning in conversation with founder and CEO of bulletproof. Three Sixty Dave asprey. Let's listen in there's compounds I read about called key leading agents that you can take with your food when I eat Sushi. You need the fat from. I'm fishing. I take cla which is a fracture. Also while Klerl will bind to the mercury in the Gutsy poop it out but clearly will not pull mercury out of your brain so so what you end up doing is over time you lower the incidence of metal entering your body and you slowly remove. What's in your body and I talk about how to do that in the book but if you don't know that metals matter and you're just sort can you roger how much metals you have in your system and yeah there's two ways in supreme that I write about the gold standard is you collect urine and see what your body's excreting with or without an agent that may cause you to release more and more common and cheaper way but less telling is a hair test and there's usefulness for both of those but you can go to functional medicine doctor and say I'd like to do have medals test and they're usually order a urine test for you and it's it's very common to find elevated mercury and lead in fact if you're over forty you're probably going to find it? Yeah so here. He let me share the practicing physician. Who won suffered suffered from mercury poisoning added to and to have straighted literally tens of thousands of people with mental poisoning and have done tens of thousands of tests? And I would say it's probably one of the most ignored and underappreciated causes of chronic disease. He's that doctors don't know how to think about well. Measure and personally for me. I lived in China. It got huge exposure to mercury. I don't have great jeans detoxifying. And it destroyed every system to my body yet destroyed my gut. I had diarrhea for for years and bloating and pain. It destroyed my might Aqa Andrea. I develop chronic fatigue syndrome and there was such an extreme version that my muscle enzymes were high my CBK's wok six six hundred. My liver was affected. My immune system was affected. I sort of rashes and sores all over I was completely cognitively impaired. I couldn't focus distinct concentrate remember I was you know in your your thoughts. This is like you know twenty five years ago and I was so bad and I literally had to become an expert in mercury and heavy metals detoxification. And I've written a lot about it but I think you know I would say that for many of my patients who suffer from weird a strange elements. It's ready things to look at and the only way to really know what your body burden is. You can look at your blood but that only ninety. Yeah I mean if you're eating a lot of Sushi you'll it's high but I'd ages stop. It'll go away. You can look at your urine but you're in also wasn't going to be high unless there's an current exposure so if the lead foundry or your you know eating tons of Sushi I might see a little bit of mercury the only way to really look at your body burden. It's a challenge test where you take a pill. It's a key later. And you clicks this year and for six hours hair tests also check for fish methylmercury which is where we mostly get our our mercury from that that also will go away if you haven't eaten fish for awhile and then there's another test that looks at the blood work that measures the inorganic mercury which comes from pollution in or from fillings. And that's called the quicksilver test and that that is surprisingly when people have a mouthful of fillings and you can see the difference between fish or or or or Ah Dental Mercury. I and the treatments are depending on the person you know can be very aggressive depending on what they need a guy. I've a patient. WHO's got this terrible herbal autoimmune disease and giving her intravenous support other people can do is oral support? There's medications but it's it's it's a whole process. It has to be done safely. I think your point is really well taken. I think it's an under served. An under appreciated component of medicine and a hopefully one day. We'll get on board with this just because it's just I mean it was interesting there was there was a An article near Time said I was quoted and it was based on the special forces. Oh yeah the says get lead right. Yeah so this guy. This guy came to see me. Whose job was he was a special forces guy who was a blast expert so they go blow up stuff you know blow up doors up up this and they had to train and practice and they had indoor practice training and and these guys were getting all sick and out you know the special forces? This guys aren't lingers. They're not Weiner's I don't feel good at work. Those aren't those guys either guys who stay in freezing ice water for an hour and swim right right right and do four thousand pushups and like you know. Don't sleep for three days. I mean these guys are not Weiner's humans and so the guy came in. I'm like okay. Well tell me you want your job like oh we blow stuff up we shoot like Oh okay and so I said let's check your heavy metals. And they were sky high. We put him there whole program. He was metabolically. Quiz system was working. He was overweight. PREDIABETES had cognitive functioning immune issues gut issues all got better and then he started sending special forces guys to us us. We start treating them and they just got better and one of them was written about in the New York Times how has his medical crew and everybody dismissed him and he completely turned around and the guy who is the lead expert at Mount Sinai who measures bone lead which is the most accurate way to measure leading the body. It's not an easy easy available commercial test but it's a very powerful research tool. He said these guys had really high levels of lead and he said on the follow up tests he saw the level's come way down and he says he's never seen that in his entire experience and this is a guy who was an expert in. How can you be an extra in lead in not know how to the body drives me nuts? It's not because it's not seen as a problem acute poisoning yes chronic poisoning. No and there's nothing you can do about it. It's just nonsense and there's in fact an FDA approved drug called the MSA yes Zayn for lead removal and actually removes mercury. So I think you know people listening if you have any stranger where two elements if you have anxiety. Depression Russian insomnia autoimmune disease gut issues fatigue. Cognitive issues it may well be heavy metals and And you need to find a good functional medicine doctor to help you diagnose that are you gonNa Functional Medicine Dot. Org Ifm Dot Org and you can find a practitioner. Who May know how to do this? I I'm GonNa go a little bit broader than go. If you are over fifty you and you have not gone through a course of action. You are not doing aging right. You have to do this if you are alive in the modern world and you wanna live to a highly functional old age and the reason I say this is that the safe. EPA limits for lead us to be twenty parts per million and they cut his forty goes forty two twenty ten to five five and now they're finding even down to one. They're seeing cognitive impairment and kids cognitive impairment and increased risk of cardiovascular disease and now the people who are the experts in letter saying quote there is no safe limit of lead in. If you are forty or fifty you cannot be alive and not have a lead burden in your body. You must remove it and it's not that hard especially if you're not really sick it's not gonna be a big deal and it's so strange because medicine just ignores this but in the journal circulation which which is one of the top cardiology journals. It was a paper number years ago that showed that if your level was over two which is quote within the normal which which by the way affects almost forty percent of the population. Has Your risk of stroke goes up eighty nine percent. The risk of a heart attack goes up one hundred and fifty percent. The risk of death goes up from a heart attack fifty five percent and this is more than smoking or cholesterol. Wake and it's like. Why doesn't your cardiologists talk to you about this? So what are the. What are the basic tips? If you're not getting a key. lated what are the basic tips for detoxifying detoxifying not just metals or you mean metals metals. Like how I mean. How or it all works for everything but how do you? One of my favorite compounds is glued Afyon and you can increase glucose levels by increasing vitamin C. BY TAKING NS Beatles osteen I- manufacturer glorify on pill. You can get intravenous glutathione which acid and you do you go to find out your clinics right. Yeah Yeah and we do it at upgrade labs in La for people to recover better. I'm Alpha LIPOIC. ACID is another thing selenium can help and and Zinc zinc can help the natural key later Cilantro but surprisingly. You WANNA take to launch only after you've removed most of the metal from your body because Asandra can actually move heavy metals into the brain because it's one of the things that can also penetrate the blood barrier so you go through and you say you know I'm just going to build some of these in on a regular because base and then you need fiber and P and sweat shocking. How those

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"dave asprey" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"dave asprey" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"Especially with environmental insults like that. So my entire life go. This is Condemn Debbie. you. Once you hit that wall. And then you get a little car accident or you get a virus or some or, you know, a family member dies another stressor. It pushes you over and then autoimmune returns on so people like you meet were more likely to have our immune system start attacking body. And the first thing that gets attacked is your thyroid profit. Why is that the case? I don't know why the Thyroiditis I think we know why your immune system does that. But the deal here is is really straightforward from talking all these people in force myself through the thinking too structured in the book is that you can push me hard, and then recover, and he pushed hard and recovering. What I did. Like, just turn the volume all the way up and just leave it. There is holding slow to the floor cover and sign. Yeah. Right. I'll young. Yeah. I'll just push harder. It's it's a willpower thing. And so what you end up doing is you permanently? Put the brakes on once you start doing that all the energy that should go into repairing yourselves because king your cells, and you can undo a lot of that. And I've managed to turn off my hush mother's antibodies. But here's the deal. As a thing for high performers the best people in the world, they push really hard. And then they recover like maniacs. And they pushed hard that recover and the ones who are running from something, you know, after prove I'm good enough to run away from failure the way, I made my six million in lost my six million with that kind of a mindset. That's what breaks you. And that was a part of my issue. So I had a chemical assault from the toxic mold that was in my bedroom, and I had emotional stress, and then, you know, you go to work like I'm gonna push really hard. And then you go through a bad breakup and things like that. And all of a sudden your body just starts to between you. You're listening to the Jordan harbinger show with our guest. Dave asprey. We'll be right back after this. This episode is sponsored in part by hostgator. Do you have a business card?.

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"dave asprey" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"dave asprey" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"All right. Here's Dave Asprey. Dave, tell me your backstory because you're one of the guys that essentially pioneered the biohacking movement unless I just don't know about everything that came before an which is possible. But I know that in the beginning on ramp was bulletproof executive on the you're not still have that brand. And then a handful of other people who were doing things that I can't even remember. And then suddenly I took a nap and woke up and bulletproof coffee was all over the world. What happened is it's been twenty years doing research in a nonprofit for anti-aging talking with all these punctual medicine people. And other experts in nutrition, and I realized there's a whole bunch of bodybuilders of here in pro athletes over here in navy seals over here in astronaut recovery. People hear neurologist, and none of them talk. And I wanted full control my of my own biology, and I said we've got a name for this. So I came up with this name biohacking, and I wrote it in my first blog post this info graphic about it. And I didn't trademark name. I said, you know, I wanted to be a community trademark bulletproof and bulletproof executives. That's my company. And it's in the biohacking field started the first biohacking conference six years ago one hundred people shop and last year, we had I think about three thousand people in a little bit under three hundred twenty eight hundred or something and we're having our next biking conference in April fifth in LA, and what happened is this year? Miriam Webster is added biohacking to the dick. Yeah. And I'm in the definition to which is really. Oh, that's so they're calling me like on whatever that was Fox News or. Something on TV like the father biohacking, which is which is really cool. I've never been a dictionary before you know, you can make the Forbes list, but you really can't really big in the dictionary is even hard. I was those kind of surreal moment. Somebody texted me. Like, did you see this? No, it's awesome. Yeah. So the ideas is you can change the environment around you an inside view to get control of your own biology. The first use of biking was in ninety two but it was more about inserting jellyfish genes into your cat. So it'll glow and things like that. So are also cool though, pretty cool to try that on yourself. I was going to like to my sister. When I was young, but didn't work it didn't work. I'll just call her with yellow markers. I was forced their fair, but she's still gloat at least for a little while. I remember when I was taking those glow sticks as a kid that you on Halloween, and I would pour them all over myself. And I'd be like, look, I'm going on my mom would freak out. Because who knows what's in those? There's no way like it's in a thick plastic shell because you don't want your kid to chew it open. Right. But I managed I haven't determined. I've bathed myself and that stuff more times than should. Yeah. Absolutely. I can imagine. I don't think that counts as backing. But it was preliminary. No, I mean, it might be it might be the opposite. And a lot of ways you also had to lose a bunch of weight and everything right? I mean, how did you originally get into this? I know it was was not because you're like, I'm still healthy even healthier. It was sort of the opposite. Yeah. I had arthritis diagnosed when I was fourteen in my knees is that genetic then no, it's probably environmental and knowing no knew it was at the time..

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