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"doctor rhonda patrick" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

07:57 min | 9 months ago

"doctor rhonda patrick" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

"Someone very possibly could have done something to human beings which changed us from these lower hominids and turned us into a bunch of different versions of what we call human beings. Right? That's my my. Theory No. That was it's but it's it's an odd thing. Do you know that most hybrids like even bass like there's bass where like a a large mouth bass will breed with a small mouth bass and they'll make this hybrid but the hybrids aren't viable. They don't become a separate species. That's the thing about like donkeys like a donkey which one's the IS A. Has Sex the horse and that creates a donkey or is it a horse has sex with a donkey that creates a mule? A Mule has sex with a horse and creates a donkey, but donkeys are sterile. They're sterile most hybrids are sterile. Different. Okay. Donkeys are different species than symphony mules and the other hand are cross between a horse and a donkey. Okay that's it. So it's a mule, is a cross between a horse and the donkey, but they're not they're sterile they don't breed. So why even have a meal because we need it because they're better for riding. There there were more durable like in the wild west they lacked to cross those two and then people would like a lot of the cowboys in the wild west like even some of the Texas Rangers there they rode Mules. Okay. The donkey and the horses. To. Ride and to be a better transport. Hold on. which how does it? Go back to where which one is it again, the Horse and the horse and a donkey makes him you'll. Yeah. So mules are more durable than horses they require less water they can last longer meals gets US athletic ability from a horse and intelligence from a donkey. So Mules were were what a lot of these wild west guys would prefer actually. Okay. Abuse have smolder muscles than. Horses think of football players muscle build compared to that of a ballerinas both a very strong. But a mule has greater physical strength for its size in more endurance. A mule gets south ability for his horse and intelligence from Doc. Yeah. Well, let's just get rid of horses and donkeys mules. They're the best of both problem is you can only make mule with horse and a donkey. Because Mules can't the camp rate each. Weekend which is weird. We can have sex. Yes. Well, we can have sex with each other like we can have sex with people that don't look lion make something that perhaps sacks. Yes. Look if you look at. People. You would assume that they're like if you look at y'all Ming right right giant Tall Dude yes and you looked add a small man from Ecuador would assume there's no way that's the same species if you were from another planet and you had no idea what human is he'd be like, oh. This is a different thing. Yeah. Ya Not a different thing. Okay. It's just a different version of that same thing. Yes. But like Elijah, which is a cross between Tiger alliance they don't breed they can't breed they've useless sperm. Is What about bulldogs and like all those dogs that have really big can breed can bring the just fucked. They just manipulated them and made their nose fucked up and. Can't breathe always. Trouble I know fuckers feel so sad for them. Terrible thing but someone made them that way they they selected for that you know, and then also you know obviously people their their bodies adapted to people that are really white while the reason why they're white is because people originated in Africa made their way to places where there's no sun and so their body developed this sort of like a solar panel for Vitamin, d? That's why that's why people are so white they're why? Because it's easier this is one of the reasons why African Americans have a a real issue with vitamin D because if you live in a place like say Seattle or New York City where there's not a lot of Sun. African Americans, their their bodies are designed to protect themselves from the sun, which is why they have so much melanin but it makes it harder to absorb vitamin. D particularly wearing these clothes and it's cold out and it's cloudy. So it's Incredibly important for them to supplement with vitamin D when they're news climates where it's very cloudy. Now, how do you get your d? You take. Out side too. But I take it I take vitamin D every day like pill you take five thousand yeah take a gel cap. Thousand I use. I. Take it twice a day. It's very invite him these very important with Kobe but isn't the absorption of de- dependent on how much iron you? How like I just feel like it just goes through you unless you have all the other stuff you do need the other stuff you need fat like most of these muscle most of these vitamins rather their family soluble some of them are water soluble, but they does it digest better with food because that's really normally where you're getting them other than D. Which is where you get from the Sun Yeah but Doctor Rhonda Patrick, she explained it to me to really interesting what she said it really is a hormone vitamin D is we call it a vitamin and you can take it as a supplement is a hormone and it's responsible for so many different things in the body and particularly for the immune system and when you don't have vitamin D your system, your moon system is very vulnerable and so they were saying that there's all these studies that correlated with this they're saying that. The people that were in the ICU, for covid more than eighty percent of them in multiple studies had insufficient levels of vitamin D and only four percent had sufficient levels. Really crazy. Yeah Vitamin D, Zinc and vitamin C. The they're saying the three most significant vitamins for dealing with. Are you? Are you scared of getting it? Given it, giving it giving it. I'm scared of giving it to like my wife's mom or right or a guest. Horrible So I'm tested. So Much God damn tested a lot. Yeah. Yeah. Every just you and I, both did it. Yeah but I mean I've had this is my fourth test is week. Wow. Yeah. Yeah. Did the thing at the comedy store so got tested then during the day and then tested again, you know just been tested I don't know how many times have been tested since the the whole thing start but I'm fortunate that I could have the concierge service. It's a what would you do with the comedy store? The other night saw people hanging out though just for the documentary for showtime. Who's interesting really fun. Was it fun to hang out again it was fun. Does the most fun I saw pictures Whitney any LETTERMAN and bill? Burr. In Leno was there and Paul Rodriguez and we were all just laugh. Out doing herm say fuck really. Guess Jokes on us to. Yeah he was happy to be out. We're all happy to be out. Yeah. It looked. I thought it was a tbt the pictures from that I was like, Oh, the old days what that's eight zero. Two nine hundred zero. Survive right. Who fucking knows I don't know how the laugh factor is gonNA. Survive. Factory struggling already in the Improv struggling already I mean these people are getting they're getting loans, these businesses and stuff, but I mean how many fucking businesses need loans I think they should have just open ended up and let people come if they wanted to come. Let people work if they wanted to work where a mask. Check everybody check their temperature when they come in the door. When you go to Texas if you go to a restaurant, they just your temperature, check your temperature you wear masks. When you come in, they distance all the tables out and they stay open and they're not making a lot of money. They're not making as much money as they used to. They don't have as nearly as many tables open, but they stay open the you gotta give businesses.

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"doctor rhonda patrick" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

08:47 min | 11 months ago

"doctor rhonda patrick" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

"Sorry, who is this? That's my friend Suzanne Santo, and Ben Joffe van called honey honey, and that motherfucker behind the guitar is one of the baddest ever do it. That's Gary. Clark Junior. It's just thought about being how long it's been since club of any kind. I know right. I'm doing Houston next weekend Oh yeah! Improv, do they give you any? Add on the restriction of? People's mouths. That was your big closer. That's how I was going to end. No Man to go have some fun. They don't have like a restriction number of people in the room seventy five percent capacity. The they. They trimmed it down only twenty five percent. To take, care of yourself, folks get your vitamins in. Thing, take vitamin D where fucking masks do what you gotTa do is that true? That is the important one huge huge. It's huge for a lot of things. It's huge for muscle developments. You brain function it's it's a hormone, apparently as well. According to Doctor Rhonda Patrick She's Lazy, but now my podcast before says explaining that all these people that were in the intensive care unit with covid. A giant percentage like more than eighty percent of them in one study. Had insufficient levels of vitamin, D and only four percent had sufficient levels. And so then she told me that. Seventy percent of the United States is deficient in vitamin. D seventy percent on the sun, as much exactly and only twenty nine percent have sufficient vitamin D which is just like bonkers, only twenty nine percent. No, no, no excuse me twenty nine percent. What was it? I WANNA. Say had insufficient. Now the twenty. I'm fucking the numbers up, but there was a very small number of people like if it was seventy percent or deficient, there was a certain number of people that had insufficient levels to the point where they were vulnerable. There means systems vulnerable, and they could get more disease. There was a large number of fucking up the number though I'm always low on D. everytime side men. If you don't go outside and you don't take it, you're not gonNA. Get Yeah I. Do take it, but they're what they're discovering is. There's like a whole. Lot, there's a lot of things that have interact together in your body to keep you healthy. You know you have to have electrolytes. AMINO ACIDS! Vitamins you have all these things and one of them is missing, and one of them is severely missing a really important one vitamin D. The whole thing gets thrown into Iraq and get vulnerable, and that's part of what we're showing here. There's a there's a metabolic vulnerability that a lot of people have, and it's not just that the virus scary, but it's also that people have really fucked up immune systems because they're not healthy, because they're not getting enough vitamins, and then when you find all these athletes that catch this disease and shake it off like it's nothing you gotta go. Okay, we're talking yesterday about these NBA players got no symptoms. They just got it. Yeah, and then they're fine her. I've I've I know a bunch of people that have got it like I? Like man. I. Don't know I think this. This is showing vulnerability. And people's immune systems more than anything. We should be really concerned about that. On top of being concerned about spreading disease God damn, we got a spread information on how to strengthen your immune system. I mean vitamin DS by good tip. It's a good tip, but it's only the tip of the iceberg. The water's important drink a lot of water. Stay hydrated have a lot of electrolytes vitamins all of. Pot. Make sure you get high at least once a day, so you can sleep goods. Be Scared all the time. There's a lot of shit going on man, but we're only hearing one side. Yeah I. I'm to the doctor, and while knock on wood I feel pretty healthy I used to I was diagnosed with. The doctor after Bill Maher finds you. Chaib scared of him. I should be. What would bill Maher it's swing. Why Don't you dick with cocaine does. Very well. Here comes cocaine India cock. You Fuck. It's so good. It's such a good impression. Anybody says it's not a good impression. Come on I. Mean I do a lot of impressions they're. They're not all good I. Some are like Pretty I. think my eons pretty weak, but my bill. Pretty good pretty good. It's very good. Shit on Caitlin. Jenner is. That's now see her. Any other way. She always. Those noises. Does that because she's I think she's alone a lot. She answers herself she'll be like. Shoes and She's going yeah. Bochum Jimmy choos! And How Weird, where's Cam? Anybody that thinks that that's a superficial aspect of our culture today. Your mind the that Bruce Jenner, caitlyn Jenner and stomach deal I, that that that all the weirdness of it not saying that she shouldn't be able to do that, she absolutely should. The weirdness of that sort of defines like how crazy life is today. It's almost like you're seeing these little hints getting close to the end of the game. The narratives fallen apart. The fuck plot gets weirder and weirder. You like Oh. My God, when is the big reveal his Olympic and then at the end of it aliens. Allen. Will you watch that new now? There's a new footage or simulation of the car crash. Really that thought the lady stopped in front of him, but her him bruce at the time, but it looks like the. She just plowed right through to. Gun and pushed traffic right and died Illinois I'm done. and. Simulations right, but the one I saw. The new theory is that like she was on her phone. Not that what she was doing with the lady in front of her her didn't slam on break. It was like they were coming to the down for light, but we tell you how progressive I feel saying she. Keep saying she shakes you. Are you're a hero? I think she was bruce back then. Yeah, she was Bruce. So, what do you say about that? Yeah Bruce did. God. That bruce can't drive. Have Anyway woman of the year baby. That's what happened woman of the year after that yeah. Yeah? Right pretty soon already weird. Family feel that not good their mom diane. Co the speech of the air. Pretty upset about that and I mean I don't want. I don't know what the access exactly but it. It looks like a pretty bad. WHAT'S WEIRD? How rarely its disgust? That's what's we'll? It came at such a time where you were transphobic. If you said anything about her, so it was like the perfect timing. For a murder murder. For someone getting away with it. Yeah Yeh everybody was so enthralled. With the idea that she was beautiful, there was things. Beautiful Hero, brave and I'm like hey, hey, and also that was bruce and it was like you couldn't even say really collectively bruce anymore and so caitlin didn't do it. Kaelin didn't do it. Like. She dodged the bullet. Perfect timing GONNA. Read someone into a Hummer across traffic. That's a good job I wonder if that was what pushed her to come out. You know what Kim much assume. Let's stop. Before that she definitely. Long hair and we're making up. We, don't know. You lost be homophobic. TRANSPHOBIC but that may have hurry things up. It might have been the catalyst I would've I'll tell you if I did that and I was transient Roy. Bump up that -pointment imagine if there was like a PR guy. He's like that. I got a plan well. I mean anybody. Everyone in your family with a vaginas making a lot of money doing terrible, Jimmy, who's GonNa fucking now. Anyway rows now let's get this party started all right. Action Hush Hush Matt. My Garden. It's funny about. Seeing what Oh, I know! Khloe made a video where she was like Mattiello, she she kept doing that. Say My Larry a video where they're all. Al-Salam that's Hilarious I. Look they got. The must have a good sense of humor. They've been taken abuse for more than a decade. Now. Yeah I. Think might so cartoonish, isn't it? When you make them make the noises. thinking. Oh.

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"doctor rhonda patrick" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

05:59 min | 11 months ago

"doctor rhonda patrick" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

"I was pretty I was pretty cavalier through the whole thing, our body Dr Pete. He he was. A little nervous well. He was way nervous because he was in early. Right and when you saw the early stuff. When you're like, Hey, it's one out of every ten. People are dying right, but even he was making adjustments, he said wait a second. In Italy, there's different cities that was I think where he started changing his his attitude, he said wait a second in Italy different cities and in some cities they're really compressed together, and people are old. People live with young people in the same place and always second. We need to separate this out. And then just. Hey wasn't bad. Thank, God, yeah, thank God. It wasn't as bad and. My Buddy Andrew Schultz had a great point. He said basically covert exposed weaknesses in both business and in people's health. That's what it really did. The those the lockdown did because there was businesses literally couldn't survive a week without money coming in, but that's a. that's a badly managed business or That has a very small narrow profit margin, and then there's people that literally can't survive any sort of disruption in their immune system. The immune system is shattered one of the things that came out of it then I found out from Doctor Rhonda Patrick was that seventy percent of America's deficient. In Vitamin D, Seventy percent, twenty nine percent is severely deficient to the point. Where like they're like they have medical issues because of a deficiency in Vitamin D. you got to get on that. You gotta get on the Vitamin D for. Vitamin, D and the best way to get. It is to get out in the sun. And that's the one thing you supposed to do. The whole thing is fucking men as it was a perfect storm. Yeah, it's like when the plague in the black plague. They thought it was. They thought it was hats. They thought cats delivered the plagued everyone, so they killed all the cats, but it wasn't a cat. It was the rats and the mice, and so when you kill the cats guess what happened to the rats and the most. Insane so almost the same kind of thing you see unfolding and no one saying. Hey, you know what we're wrong here. You know what and what about the masks? So this was crazy. I got some buddies that texted me. They said Hey, there's this thing common you origin. You should start making masks. Just to just to cover your face and I said Oh okay, I don't know anything about this stuff I talked to my buddy. Hey sounds like they're going to need to make masks. And he says okay, so we we start thinking about. How would we make these things? And then a couple of days later, the government the government comes out and says mass. Don't do anything. Don't worry. Don't don't wear masks. Don't get masks so I. talked to said Hey, man. It looks like this isn't a good looks like we don't need to do it because it looks like doesn't help at all. Five days later. They're like everyone. Wear a mask at all times. And by the way we're going to pass laws that require you to wear a mask. I'd call Pete I'm like it looks like we need to make masks you know and we ended up making. Hundred a couple of hundred thousand masks. And we were we were sending him to. This is the weird thing we're sending them to hospitals. We donated thousands of masks to hospitals. And? And then two weeks later, it was like no, actually they don't do anything I still don't know. It's hard to the the problem. Is People get shamed and the world? Health Organization came out, and basically said the only reason you should be wearing them. Where's the CDC now? The world here to Fout, she said US government held off promoting face masks because it new shortages were so bad that even doctors couldn't get enough, so is he just saying that now this morning today? Since we started so guess what you all every we all got lied to lied to. Build off on promoting face masks because it new shortage were so bad, but then doctors couldn't get enough recently. The CDC said the only people that should be wearing masks or people that are treating Cova patients, and that regular people shouldn't be wearing masks, and then the world health. Organization said that a symptomatic people. It's extremely rare that they transmit to other people, so we were worried about a symptomatic people, just reason why we kept school, and we were worried about overwhelming the hospitals, which we did all this other stuff as well which is what drives me crazy about my kids school. I was like. Hey, you fox! This doesn't even kill the kids. Kids. It's Killin. The kids get killed by the flu. Meanwhile, you don't even scan the teachers or the staff or anybody. People have the flu. They don't want to miss a day of work. They use fucking show up and give it to everybody that's normal and kids actually died from the flu, and it's not a small number, so a small number of people that die from the flu. Last year was sixty two thousand. I mean it's not as many as covert, but then you're hearing. You're hearing two camps, you hearing one. The the Cova deaths are actually underreported reported because a lot of people die from covert, and they don't even register it. Okay boy. Guess it's worse than it is, and then you hear no, no, actually we're getting incentivized to report deaths as Cova. Elon Musk on the podcast, said if you got killed by a shark, but you were Cova positive, they would listen Cova de. Obviously, he was being facetious, but not entirely because there's a lot of people with leukemia that had covert listed Cova death obesity heart attacks listed as a Cova death because they tested positive for covert. Cancer also had covid Cova mean fuck. That's really disturbing. When you hear those statistics than you see these things that they're saying just lack of trust that you end up with the government sack when the government has already, people just generally don't really trust the government a lot right right? There's no one that's always thinking. The government is always giving him the straight skinny, and it goes back to this. Click Beatty Bullshit. My wife pointed out the story yesterday where she's reading about this kid that died seventeen year old kid perfectly healthy. It says she reads the article Type One diabetes. Type one diabetes is not perfectly healthy. No, he's really sick and fucking dangerous, and you have to take insulin to stay alive, and you can get complications from codes..

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"doctor rhonda patrick" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

15:17 min | 1 year ago

"doctor rhonda patrick" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"We lift quarantine. I WanNa have you guys over. If you're into the water we can teach you the pool stuff no problem but if you said to me old school you're supposed like twelve feet deep. Oh Yeah A. We just bought a house. That has a lot of rules right. There's a lot of rules now. Oh Yeah Yeah. Yeah so the House we bought has a pool there and we were GonNa rip it out and then put a new pool in. It's a twelve foot pool it's A. It's like a thirty year old pool. I Lo- is like an eye shown Iowa so island I will Little Sidebar. Yeah sometimes so like whenever the kids here they'll be like asked me to create a game. I'm really good at coming games. One of the Games I've played based off of the exercises. You and Labor doing so we taking weights into the pool and we were creating and our friends but we were creating games back and forth. Who could do it the fastest? Who could do the most weight? We were running on the bottom of the pool. We're putting tools in our Weights in our feet and treading water. You're doing a bunch of different. It was all based off of stuff. I'd seen you and layered doing really get the new house and I WANNA move. The Pool in Iowa is my youngest kind of more physical child like. Don't she goes. Let's keep this Pool Dad. No one's got a twelve foot pool. We can scuba dive in it. We can take weights down to the bottom dad. Think about this and so now. We're leaving the cool. It's got a twelve foot deep end. Yeah and thinking about this now laird our friend just got him almost like a new setup we have the trick would bad as we're getting we're going to do a little more research you can never hold your breath like he. He he wants to. How do we just stay under down and like you can do squat ballistic jumps? You can do all this stuff has now come up and get a breath and go down and come up based like that but he now has been talking about like going up to an air but with that you never hold your breath. It's dangerous but it's like another world you know. We have speakers under the water. So the music playing underwater and You know it's good on the joints and if you're in a pissy mood kind of makes you feel like a million bucks but I think With with the heat and the ice they're equally amazing but the heat is probably overall. If you're talking about just straight health it's still probably the king. He and today. We did a cycle this morning. He put it at one sixty and the Called you've seen probably a doctor. Rhonda Patrick on Joe I've deemed with Doctor Rhonda Patrick about like Yeah. So you know we did so. We're doing an hour protocol warning at one. Sixty 'cause normally layered has a barrel to twenty to twenty five. I've done through twenty in Australia and Burns. Your nose like your. I'm going like my burning my lungs e no. You're not really your lawns but you. You kind of acclimate. Thanks and like if you go in our we have a variable. We also have a room and the room has benches low and high. I'm pacing myself. You never seen me go in and go on the high like all those guys they all go up high and like yet good for you. I go down well but the long protocols kind of interesting there's a lot of hope was protocols that staying in just longer one hour so we yes so my my suggestion would be like try to be hydrating for you going as it does make a difference. So that means like trace minerals. You're talking about Alex Trace Minerals Just to make sure you really hydrated minerals. Pretend you're talking to a monkey. Okay so you can go to like a whole foods or go online and look for something called trace minerals which is like a lot of time. Just see minerals from the ocean things like that. Where if people because people go away. water not hydrated because sometimes depending on the kind of water you can't use your cells don't absorb the waters as well so if you that's why people use a little pink salt or trace minerals you just put it in there. That's really getting hydrated. So if you're sonning you better be hydrated here like bad combo and I like to hydrate before and then again asked her laird. Usually hydrates after but He he likes misery more than I do. So that's like one sixty If you have an infrared it's like one thirty one twenty one sixty for an hour. I would put on and I would put on podcasts or music or have your wife's there and there'd be times you can visit sometimes it's like okay. The last one minutes like everyone please note. I'm talking like your hot but one hour. This really can impact your health in a lot of great way. So he'll do it sometimes. He gets a little too extreme. Sometimes they'll do it twice at the end of the beginning of the day at Sam once and he'll go and do that for solid week or two and what's an every day every day every morning now. Are you working out before that or after that so for me? I space it so I did that. I'm GonNa visit with you and then I'll train later if my days super-busy which of course we're in quarantine it's different deal than I'll spe separate out like layer. Did we stand up? Have you ever seen the STANDUP bikes? And He puts on his hands. Oh yeah no but I mean he now will take it up the hill so this morning at. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah so now. He is a stand up bike which is basically he has. I have one. That's a sliding one. That's more elliptic. Unless he has a bite that they've done the pedals differently. People can get them now and it looks more like mountain bike. Who got the hell do that? Came Down had coffee that we hit the sauna for an hour and then he trained after. I will now train after you because I like to face it. I don't like to train right after now if you do that for a week. Your Body. Start to acclimate. You would be able to put training closer to it for sure. Okay you got wind up hydrate if you add the trace minerals right after the sauna. You'd be surprised. How much federal form anything or doing including just talking. Now when you say when you say train what is your training. Look like mine's pretty basic. But like what would you say train? What are you when I do I do if I knew? Land Training on the land. It's high intensity so probably forty eight fifty two minutes were I met saying. I don't do a lot of stopping. I tried to get on one leg a lot. Is You know like being you know the idea about like just lifting heavy weight is kinda silly. It's not optional. So the more people can get on one foot here and there especially if you see me in twenty years you like wow gabby still seems coordinated in if she almost fell she could write herself so important. It's everything there's a guy that we work with. Dr Calvin who works doesn't like xp sort of our our stuff and he talks about the three tests that they do for living really well and independently would be. You're about to fall your ability to write yourself your vio to capacity so even if you're older seventy five eighty it doesn't mean to. Cassie can't be the same as a forty year old and then lastly would be really get up and down. So what does that mean outta bed often toilet so people have to realize balance and continuing leg strength functional movement? Because if you're just somebody like banging iron slotting there's a place for that. Maybe you're going use it in performance but really if you talk about training it's like get one foot getting these positions where it may not be about a ton of way but it's about the whole body moving in an organized way south to. That's that's what I said to joe the other day I said you know I started lifting weights by. I want my bone density bronner and I just don't want to be it's for me. It's anti-aging legit. It's like I don't obviously. I WANNA look good. I guess but like I really just want to like you said falling and breaking a hip is the beginning of the end. It is that is when you get old and just move correctly like know if you have a dog but it's all of a sudden you got a fifty pound bag of dog food. Don't bend over to pick it up slot down grab it so for me. I have an I like that you had like high performance and then the other three days that I train. I do it in the pool. And that's a whole other beast that you know is like it. Kind of changed my. We've been doing that training for about eleven years and that really changed my view about a lot of things but that allows you because you're you can do high toxic training. You can touch the curtain a lot with your breath and lack of oxygen and training and also being like this is the coolest thing about it besides the you can be ballistic not pounder joints. What's amazing about that? Is there are drills that we set up that the only way to really finish it is your ability to to be calm so it creates this environment that's objective. The water doesn't isn't here doesn't give shit sound like good job bad job it's just there's Arab of it there's no air below it and the only different Sundays is like my mind. Another things is to open my eyes team to open could make it. That can't finish the drilling to get there and back in there and back under without brash. And so it's all that thing so then when you come into land in your real life and your kids doing something and whatever and oh I'm uncomfortable and can I still stay relaxed so there is something really interesting about holding your breath and being relaxed because you can't. You can't always get after it and I think you live in life you know. It's like the pot. We joke about the palm tree in the storm. Wire palm trees still around because when the way really is cranking which should be like your children or your job you fucking you lay down roll with it and then what happens. The wind stops your sandbox up and as somebody wants like muscle everything me. I'm like Yo I have to get some skills in Kinda going and relaxing and the water really teaches out for sure but I'm fascinated by your all. Its Key I googled it a million times. Oh actually gain. Expertise training fascinated by accessible. You guys are friends with John C McGinley. Yeah Yeah and like he came to your house and he's doing it..

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New Study Shows Health Benefits of Daily Saunas

The KFBK Morning News

01:14 min | 2 years ago

New Study Shows Health Benefits of Daily Saunas

"There's a new study out that in shows that taking a sauna has comparible health benefits of short moderate workout this study was conducted by researchers at martin luther university holly whittenberg that's m. l. u. it's located in germany doctor rhonda patrick you're about to hear from her in this next audio clip has a p._h._d. in biomedical sciences from the university of tennessee she also has a website is devoted to wellness issue she talks a lot about taking a sauna and the benefits of taking a sauna she recently appeared on the joe rogan show to discuss the overall benefits of taking asana including this study see this new study and an older study as well this older study is from about one year ago when those who regularly took us on experienced a forty percent decrease in mortality according to that study they following these men for twenty years they were in there between fifty to sixty five when the study started and those men that had been using this on a more frequently had a forty percent reduction in dying from many causes that aren't accidental okay i want to talk about the new study in just a second but this study that's a year old says that the decrease in mortality was dramatic in these people who took took him release four to five times a day they took a

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"doctor rhonda patrick" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"doctor rhonda patrick" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"Collect little filled mice, and they'll drop them in the center of the village. And then like the three, four, five year old kids using them as target practice hitting the mice. And but I'm like, whenever have a goal, it's like an arrow and there's a target and I am just, I'm I'm let loose and I'm just flying towards that. Yeah, and it's like a sniper instead of being driftwood. So instead being driftwood I wanna be an arrow. Tell you what's fucking super frustrating about me as soon as you said that I romanticized about being driftwood like I love the, I fantasize like when one of my favorite things in the world to do when I was a kid, there's gonna really Nain was throw a tennis ball into the surf and watch it slowly work its way back. I used to be obsessed with that. And then it's like literally staring into the sun. But I used to do that out in jersey, a house out in jersey. My family did, and I would throw balls out there and hope not to lose them. But the idea of the chaotic. No plan. Like watching a leaf roll. I used to do it with shells. I would take shells upside down on the beach and let them float and watch them roll in through waves. I assume, as you said, driftwood I go. I fantasize about being driftwood by been driftwood so much, and I do see the other side of it. But when I have a goal, I am like dialed in to how to achieve that goal. I can't do weight loss unless there's money on the line like I cannot just simply lose weight unless I know there is a Milu's my beard or like I as soon as you say, here's this is how it goes down, bro. I am fucking dialed in what is what is working out look like for you? So. It all varies normally Monday through Friday. I'm at strengthening conditioning in the mornings, strength and conditioning. How long does that last nine to noon? Well, so it is this cry. It's it's different because I say string conditioning, but it's also recovery as well. So we work out of place called green strength and it's in a blue -cation called the ark, and it's in Oklahoma City grape fantastic facility has got physical therapy up front. It's got the stream conditioning in the back. And then on the side, it's got the recovery center. So the recovery, the arc athlete recovery center inside of it has cryotherapy as hot and cold plunge therapy, not as much as a cold plunge, colpon pretty. I wanna I wanna get. I love cryotherapy. I go to the cryotherapy upon the therapy cryotherapy, but I really wanted to a coal plant told plunge from me, and this might be very accurate. But for me. If you have the microwave version of of him, right. Well, I think like crowd therapy is a little bit of the microwave version of the cold plunge. I ran the twenty miles the next day nor ran thirteen miles at the end of the thirteen miles I went in and cryotherapy want to sleep that night woke up rent twenty miles the next day and was like, I think it was twenty. I think it was eighteen to twenty. So I think crowd therapies better for your immune system like it, sparks it whenever you get into the cold and waking you up and giving you energy. I think that a cold plunge is better for your lactic acid, getting out of your muscle really know what, what's hot therapy. I just read that hot. There is better for muscles after a long workout. Someone said, yeah, therapies better for injury. What is there if he what hot there do you guys do? So there's a hot Pange and we use the saunas. So yes. HAMAs are. Awesome. Sounds awesome. In Joe kind of really made me a believer in that in doctor Rhonda Patrick talking about it and dude for. Small community. We're living doctor Rhonda Patrick texted me about about a about saunas. 'cause I was I was asking online about it like what temperatures because I was doing infrared saunas, but I think I was doing it, but like..

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"doctor rhonda patrick" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"doctor rhonda patrick" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Cardiac death by sixty three percent by simply doing nineteen minutes and Asana, four to seven. Times a week. That's it. Four to seven times a week. Nineteen minutes decreased sudden cardiac death by sixty three percent. But it also decreased all cause mortality by forty percent, meaning all cause of death were decreased. If you staidness on nineteen minutes for four to seven times a week, if there was every pharmaceutical drug that could possibly mimic this, it would be a trillion dollar drug. There's nothing like it. I think it's absolutely incredible. And infrared can add to that. Where was the study. Let me see if I was the same when I was thinking from Finland doctor Rhonda Patrick when I had her on my show was talking about this study in Finland where they, they had Lonzo JJ if you can't find it right now. That's fine. I'll just send it to me later along with that other study, and I'll link to it in the show notes by the way going back to that doctor, I couldn't remember his name was Dr Brian Walsh. This guy who I've heard on on a few other shows who have spoken within the past who does us very similarly things like mung beans for the, I believe you call them the fructose Lago Sakarai Stephen, correct. And that's just a little caveat removed the Kindy or CBO first and then you can use. That makes sense. Okay. So you'd wanna make sure that if you're if you're dumping for awhile ago, sacrifices in your system that you remove candy to not feeding the bugs in your stomach? Exactly, correct. Okay. So you've taken all this stuff. This traditional Pasha karma and you've you've taken out the drink a bunch of milk and puke, and instead turn it into a little bit more doable one too. Two, three detox protocol. So I decided that prior to interviewing you, I would try out your protocol. And so the first thing that I did yesterday when I got out of bed in the morning was I hopped on this mini trampoline that I have downstairs, and I started jumping up and down on the trampoline, and this was supposedly to get the lymphatic fluid moving as step. One talked me about some of the methods you could use for lymphatic and how long you'd wanna do that first step. Yeah, that's that's exactly right. You can do the trampoline, the rebound or any one of those things to get that limp system movement. So there's not a lot meaning like your lymph attic system just sits there sluggish as you're lying down on night. It's not like the blood which is just on an automatic pump that's moving. You need to manually move that he'd can do. It's one of the few things that can move your lymph system without you actually moving. But really, you're going to get the benefit from moving it manually. So the trampolines a great. One, the one that is still bring back from India from my days over there is doing a self massage whether you're doing dry brushing or whether you using sesame oil. So usually the base for a lot of these oils accessory and sesame is a little bit more heating. Again, you wanna move, you want to heat the body. That's really one of the best ways to get it to get that Vasil dilation and to get that that blood pumping. So one of the things you can do is you can do that. It's just called, again, lymph attic base massage. You can look it up, super simple to do. But what you want to do is start to always stroke towards the heart move towards hard, and that will allow you then to move that limp and that only takes five to ten minutes maximum. I mean, really honestly, it doesn't. It takes me two to three minutes, dude. I have a dry skin brush on top of my sauna, and and what I do is just grab it when I wander into my sauna, and I have some of that Iraq sesame oil to, I think it's the Banya botanical send me a bunch of stuff company, send me this stuff because detoxification. So we'll get like frigging anima kit boxes, sharp. Front doorstep on ordered just surprise like Christmas, an enema Christmas. So so yeah, I get the sesame oil and the dry skin brush. And this is kind of cool..

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"doctor rhonda patrick" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"doctor rhonda patrick" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Cardiac death by sixty three percent by simply doing nineteen minutes and Asana, four to seven. Times a week. That's it. Four to seven times a week. Nineteen minutes decreased sudden cardiac death by sixty three percent. But it also decreased all cause mortality by forty percent, meaning all cause of death were decreased. If you staidness on nineteen minutes for four to seven times a week, if there was every pharmaceutical drug that could possibly mimic this, it would be a trillion dollar drug. There's nothing like it. I think it's absolutely incredible. And infrared can add to that. Where was the study. Let me see if I was the same when I was thinking from Finland doctor Rhonda Patrick when I had her on my show was talking about this study in Finland where they, they had Lonzo JJ if you can't find it right now. That's fine. I'll just send it to me later along with that other study, and I'll link to it in the show notes by the way going back to that doctor, I couldn't remember his name was Dr Brian Walsh. This guy who I've heard on on a few other shows who have spoken within the past who does us very similarly things like mung beans for the, I believe you call them the fructose Lago Sakarai Stephen, correct. And that's just a little caveat removed the Kindy or CBO first and then you can use. That makes sense. Okay. So you'd wanna make sure that if you're if you're dumping for awhile ago, sacrifices in your system that you remove candy to not feeding the bugs in your stomach? Exactly, correct. Okay. So you've taken all this stuff. This traditional Pasha karma and you've you've taken out the drink a bunch of milk and puke, and instead turn it into a little bit more doable one too. Two, three detox protocol. So I decided that prior to interviewing you, I would try out your protocol. And so the first thing that I did yesterday when I got out of bed in the morning was I hopped on this mini trampoline that I have downstairs, and I started jumping up and down on the trampoline, and this was supposedly to get the lymphatic fluid moving as step. One talked me about some of the methods you could use for lymphatic and how long you'd wanna do that first step. Yeah, that's that's exactly right. You can do the trampoline, the rebound or any one of those things to get that limp system movement. So there's not a lot meaning like your lymph attic system just sits there sluggish as you're lying down on night. It's not like the blood which is just on an automatic pump that's moving. You need to manually move that he'd can do. It's one of the few things that can move your lymph system without you actually moving. But really, you're going to get the benefit from moving it manually. So the trampolines a great. One, the one that is still bring back from India from my days over there is doing a self massage whether you're doing dry brushing or whether you using sesame oil. So usually the base for a lot of these oils accessory and sesame is a little bit more heating. Again, you wanna move, you want to heat the body. That's really one of the best ways to get it to get that Vasil dilation and to get that that blood pumping. So one of the things you can do is you can do that. It's just called, again, lymph attic base massage. You can look it up, super simple to do. But what you want to do is start to always stroke towards the heart move towards hard, and that will allow you then to move that limp and that only takes five to ten minutes maximum. I mean, really honestly, it doesn't. It takes me two to three minutes, dude. I have a dry skin brush on top of my sauna, and and what I do is just grab it when I wander into my sauna, and I have some of that Iraq sesame oil to, I think it's the Banya botanical send me a bunch of stuff company, send me this stuff because detoxification. So we'll get like frigging anima kit boxes, sharp. Front doorstep on ordered just surprise like Christmas, an enema Christmas. So so yeah, I get the sesame oil and the dry skin brush. And this is kind of cool..

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"doctor rhonda patrick" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"doctor rhonda patrick" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Cardiac death by sixty three percent by simply doing nineteen minutes and Asana, four to seven. Times a week. That's it. Four to seven times a week. Nineteen minutes decreased sudden cardiac death by sixty three percent. But it also decreased all cause mortality by forty percent, meaning all cause of death were decreased. If you staidness on nineteen minutes for four to seven times a week, if there was every pharmaceutical drug that could possibly mimic this, it would be a trillion dollar drug. There's nothing like it. I think it's absolutely incredible. And infrared can add to that. Where was the study. Let me see if I was the same when I was thinking from Finland doctor Rhonda Patrick when I had her on my show was talking about this study in Finland where they, they had Lonzo JJ if you can't find it right now. That's fine. I'll just send it to me later along with that other study, and I'll link to it in the show notes by the way going back to that doctor, I couldn't remember his name was Dr Brian Walsh. This guy who I've heard on on a few other shows who have spoken within the past who does us very similarly things like mung beans for the, I believe you call them the fructose Lago Sakarai Stephen, correct. And that's just a little caveat removed the Kindy or CBO first and then you can use. That makes sense. Okay. So you'd wanna make sure that if you're if you're dumping for awhile ago, sacrifices in your system that you remove candy to not feeding the bugs in your stomach? Exactly, correct. Okay. So you've taken all this stuff. This traditional Pasha karma and you've you've taken out the drink a bunch of milk and puke, and instead turn it into a little bit more doable one too. Two, three detox protocol. So I decided that prior to interviewing you, I would try out your protocol. And so the first thing that I did yesterday when I got out of bed in the morning was I hopped on this mini trampoline that I have downstairs, and I started jumping up and down on the trampoline, and this was supposedly to get the lymphatic fluid moving as step. One talked me about some of the methods you could use for lymphatic and how long you'd wanna do that first step. Yeah, that's that's exactly right. You can do the trampoline, the rebound or any one of those things to get that limp system movement. So there's not a lot meaning like your lymph attic system just sits there sluggish as you're lying down on night. It's not like the blood which is just on an automatic pump that's moving. You need to manually move that he'd can do. It's one of the few things that can move your lymph system without you actually moving. But really, you're going to get the benefit from moving it manually. So the trampolines a great. One, the one that is still bring back from India from my days over there is doing a self massage whether you're doing dry brushing or whether you using sesame oil. So usually the base for a lot of these oils accessory and sesame is a little bit more heating. Again, you wanna move, you want to heat the body. That's really one of the best ways to get it to get that Vasil dilation and to get that that blood pumping. So one of the things you can do is you can do that. It's just called, again, lymph attic base massage. You can look it up, super simple to do. But what you want to do is start to always stroke towards the heart move towards hard, and that will allow you then to move that limp and that only takes five to ten minutes maximum. I mean, really honestly, it doesn't. It takes me two to three minutes, dude. I have a dry skin brush on top of my sauna, and and what I do is just grab it when I wander into my sauna, and I have some of that Iraq sesame oil to, I think it's the Banya botanical send me a bunch of stuff company, send me this stuff because detoxification. So we'll get like frigging anima kit boxes, sharp. Front doorstep on ordered just surprise like Christmas, an enema Christmas. So so yeah, I get the sesame oil and the dry skin brush. And this is kind of cool..

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"doctor rhonda patrick" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"doctor rhonda patrick" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Cardiac death by sixty three percent by simply doing nineteen minutes and Asana, four to seven. Times a week. That's it. Four to seven times a week. Nineteen minutes decreased sudden cardiac death by sixty three percent. But it also decreased all cause mortality by forty percent, meaning all cause of death were decreased. If you staidness on nineteen minutes for four to seven times a week, if there was every pharmaceutical drug that could possibly mimic this, it would be a trillion dollar drug. There's nothing like it. I think it's absolutely incredible. And infrared can add to that. Where was the study. Let me see if I was the same when I was thinking from Finland doctor Rhonda Patrick when I had her on my show was talking about this study in Finland where they, they had Lonzo JJ if you can't find it right now. That's fine. I'll just send it to me later along with that other study, and I'll link to it in the show notes by the way going back to that doctor, I couldn't remember his name was Dr Brian Walsh. This guy who I've heard on on a few other shows who have spoken within the past who does us very similarly things like mung beans for the, I believe you call them the fructose Lago Sakarai Stephen, correct. And that's just a little caveat removed the Kindy or CBO first and then you can use. That makes sense. Okay. So you'd wanna make sure that if you're if you're dumping for awhile ago, sacrifices in your system that you remove candy to not feeding the bugs in your stomach? Exactly, correct. Okay. So you've taken all this stuff. This traditional Pasha karma and you've you've taken out the drink a bunch of milk and puke, and instead turn it into a little bit more doable one too. Two, three detox protocol. So I decided that prior to interviewing you, I would try out your protocol. And so the first thing that I did yesterday when I got out of bed in the morning was I hopped on this mini trampoline that I have downstairs, and I started jumping up and down on the trampoline, and this was supposedly to get the lymphatic fluid moving as step. One talked me about some of the methods you could use for lymphatic and how long you'd wanna do that first step. Yeah, that's that's exactly right. You can do the trampoline, the rebound or any one of those things to get that limp system movement. So there's not a lot meaning like your lymph attic system just sits there sluggish as you're lying down on night. It's not like the blood which is just on an automatic pump that's moving. You need to manually move that he'd can do. It's one of the few things that can move your lymph system without you actually moving. But really, you're going to get the benefit from moving it manually. So the trampolines a great. One, the one that is still bring back from India from my days over there is doing a self massage whether you're doing dry brushing or whether you using sesame oil. So usually the base for a lot of these oils accessory and sesame is a little bit more heating. Again, you wanna move, you want to heat the body. That's really one of the best ways to get it to get that Vasil dilation and to get that that blood pumping. So one of the things you can do is you can do that. It's just called, again, lymph attic base massage. You can look it up, super simple to do. But what you want to do is start to always stroke towards the heart move towards hard, and that will allow you then to move that limp and that only takes five to ten minutes maximum. I mean, really honestly, it doesn't. It takes me two to three minutes, dude. I have a dry skin brush on top of my sauna, and and what I do is just grab it when I wander into my sauna, and I have some of that Iraq sesame oil to, I think it's the Banya botanical send me a bunch of stuff company, send me this stuff because detoxification. So we'll get like frigging anima kit boxes, sharp. Front doorstep on ordered just surprise like Christmas, an enema Christmas. So so yeah, I get the sesame oil and the dry skin brush. And this is kind of cool..

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"doctor rhonda patrick" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"doctor rhonda patrick" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Cardiac death by sixty three percent by simply doing nineteen minutes and Asana, four to seven. Times a week. That's it. Four to seven times a week. Nineteen minutes decreased sudden cardiac death by sixty three percent. But it also decreased all cause mortality by forty percent, meaning all cause of death were decreased. If you staidness on nineteen minutes for four to seven times a week, if there was every pharmaceutical drug that could possibly mimic this, it would be a trillion dollar drug. There's nothing like it. I think it's absolutely incredible. And infrared can add to that. Where was the study. Let me see if I was the same when I was thinking from Finland doctor Rhonda Patrick when I had her on my show was talking about this study in Finland where they, they had Lonzo JJ if you can't find it right now. That's fine. I'll just send it to me later along with that other study, and I'll link to it in the show notes by the way going back to that doctor, I couldn't remember his name was Dr Brian Walsh. This guy who I've heard on on a few other shows who have spoken within the past who does us very similarly things like mung beans for the, I believe you call them the fructose Lago Sakarai Stephen, correct. And that's just a little caveat removed the Kindy or CBO first and then you can use. That makes sense. Okay. So you'd wanna make sure that if you're if you're dumping for awhile ago, sacrifices in your system that you remove candy to not feeding the bugs in your stomach? Exactly, correct. Okay. So you've taken all this stuff. This traditional Pasha karma and you've you've taken out the drink a bunch of milk and puke, and instead turn it into a little bit more doable one too. Two, three detox protocol. So I decided that prior to interviewing you, I would try out your protocol. And so the first thing that I did yesterday when I got out of bed in the morning was I hopped on this mini trampoline that I have downstairs, and I started jumping up and down on the trampoline, and this was supposedly to get the lymphatic fluid moving as step. One talked me about some of the methods you could use for lymphatic and how long you'd wanna do that first step. Yeah, that's that's exactly right. You can do the trampoline, the rebound or any one of those things to get that limp system movement. So there's not a lot meaning like your lymph attic system just sits there sluggish as you're lying down on night. It's not like the blood which is just on an automatic pump that's moving. You need to manually move that he'd can do. It's one of the few things that can move your lymph system without you actually moving. But really, you're going to get the benefit from moving it manually. So the trampolines a great. One, the one that is still bring back from India from my days over there is doing a self massage whether you're doing dry brushing or whether you using sesame oil. So usually the base for a lot of these oils accessory and sesame is a little bit more heating. Again, you wanna move, you want to heat the body. That's really one of the best ways to get it to get that Vasil dilation and to get that that blood pumping. So one of the things you can do is you can do that. It's just called, again, lymph attic base massage. You can look it up, super simple to do. But what you want to do is start to always stroke towards the heart move towards hard, and that will allow you then to move that limp and that only takes five to ten minutes maximum. I mean, really honestly, it doesn't. It takes me two to three minutes, dude. I have a dry skin brush on top of my sauna, and and what I do is just grab it when I wander into my sauna, and I have some of that Iraq sesame oil to, I think it's the Banya botanical send me a bunch of stuff company, send me this stuff because detoxification. So we'll get like frigging anima kit boxes, sharp. Front doorstep on ordered just surprise like Christmas, an enema Christmas. So so yeah, I get the sesame oil and the dry skin brush. And this is kind of cool..

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"doctor rhonda patrick" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"doctor rhonda patrick" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Cardiac death by sixty three percent by simply doing nineteen minutes and Asana, four to seven. Times a week. That's it. Four to seven times a week. Nineteen minutes decreased sudden cardiac death by sixty three percent. But it also decreased all cause mortality by forty percent, meaning all cause of death were decreased. If you staidness on nineteen minutes for four to seven times a week, if there was every pharmaceutical drug that could possibly mimic this, it would be a trillion dollar drug. There's nothing like it. I think it's absolutely incredible. And infrared can add to that. Where was the study. Let me see if I was the same when I was thinking from Finland doctor Rhonda Patrick when I had her on my show was talking about this study in Finland where they, they had Lonzo JJ if you can't find it right now. That's fine. I'll just send it to me later along with that other study, and I'll link to it in the show notes by the way going back to that doctor, I couldn't remember his name was Dr Brian Walsh. This guy who I've heard on on a few other shows who have spoken within the past who does us very similarly things like mung beans for the, I believe you call them the fructose Lago Sakarai Stephen, correct. And that's just a little caveat removed the Kindy or CBO first and then you can use. That makes sense. Okay. So you'd wanna make sure that if you're if you're dumping for awhile ago, sacrifices in your system that you remove candy to not feeding the bugs in your stomach? Exactly, correct. Okay. So you've taken all this stuff. This traditional Pasha karma and you've you've taken out the drink a bunch of milk and puke, and instead turn it into a little bit more doable one too. Two, three detox protocol. So I decided that prior to interviewing you, I would try out your protocol. And so the first thing that I did yesterday when I got out of bed in the morning was I hopped on this mini trampoline that I have downstairs, and I started jumping up and down on the trampoline, and this was supposedly to get the lymphatic fluid moving as step. One talked me about some of the methods you could use for lymphatic and how long you'd wanna do that first step. Yeah, that's that's exactly right. You can do the trampoline, the rebound or any one of those things to get that limp system movement. So there's not a lot meaning like your lymph attic system just sits there sluggish as you're lying down on night. It's not like the blood which is just on an automatic pump that's moving. You need to manually move that he'd can do. It's one of the few things that can move your lymph system without you actually moving. But really, you're going to get the benefit from moving it manually. So the trampolines a great. One, the one that is still bring back from India from my days over there is doing a self massage whether you're doing dry brushing or whether you using sesame oil. So usually the base for a lot of these oils accessory and sesame is a little bit more heating. Again, you wanna move, you want to heat the body. That's really one of the best ways to get it to get that Vasil dilation and to get that that blood pumping. So one of the things you can do is you can do that. It's just called, again, lymph attic base massage. You can look it up, super simple to do. But what you want to do is start to always stroke towards the heart move towards hard, and that will allow you then to move that limp and that only takes five to ten minutes maximum. I mean, really honestly, it doesn't. It takes me two to three minutes, dude. I have a dry skin brush on top of my sauna, and and what I do is just grab it when I wander into my sauna, and I have some of that Iraq sesame oil to, I think it's the Banya botanical send me a bunch of stuff company, send me this stuff because detoxification. So we'll get like frigging anima kit boxes, sharp. Front doorstep on ordered just surprise like Christmas, an enema Christmas. So so yeah, I get the sesame oil and the dry skin brush. And this is kind of cool..

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"doctor rhonda patrick" Discussed on The Kevin Rose Show

The Kevin Rose Show

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"doctor rhonda patrick" Discussed on The Kevin Rose Show

"Say something else on amazon that is a standard dose of lithium it would be around five milligrams which is a lot more but this is the dose that has been shown in various studies to protect the brain which i love and also improve mood so i've been doing that for a while also if i don't get any fish with mega threes than i will supplement in some nordic naturals the phospholipid form of omega threes which is kind of similar to krill a lot more bioavailable so that's well do on the mega three front i try to eat actual salmon roe so just like you see in the sushi restaurants like the big kind of pinkish red balls my have salmon roe with breakfast or sometimes on the side of a salad with lunch and that is just filled just packed with a mega threes and that is in that phospholipid form already so you don't have to supplement it then it is a little pricey i get a whole foods around fifteen dollars or a little container that normally lasts dorian i a couple of weeks with both of us eating it i'll just do a little tablespoon on my food now a couple of the things that i do is for minted turmeric out in okinawa where they have the highest concentration of scenarios that people that live over one hundred years in age they drink a daily for minted to murky which is an anti inflammatory t based on that herb it's harder to find in harder to import that t so i actually by the new chapter brand of from into term tablets they go ahead and for meant it just like they do in okinawa and then i take that two to three times a week also for heart health use co q ten which is also it's more active form is known as ubiquonol so i take the jaro brand of ubiquonol if my stomach is a little bit upset from time to time i'll do vs l number three which just a great probiotic my also to a sulfur fain supplement so if the research of doctor rhonda patrick she has some great videos on sulfur fain and broccoli sprouting and if i don't have time to actually grow broccoli.

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"doctor rhonda patrick" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

The Kevin and Ryan Show

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"doctor rhonda patrick" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

"Say something else on amazon that is a standard dose of lithium it would be around five milligrams which is a lot more but this is the dose that has been shown in various studies to protect the brain which i love and also improve mood so i've been doing that for a while also if i don't get any fish with mega threes than i will supplement in some nordic naturals the phospholipid form of omega threes which is kind of similar to krill a lot more bioavailable so that's well do on the mega three front i try to eat actual salmon roe so just like you see in the sushi restaurants like the big kind of pinkish red balls my have salmon roe with breakfast or sometimes on the side of a salad with lunch and that is just filled just packed with a mega threes and that is in that phospholipid form already so you don't have to supplement it then it is a little pricey i get a whole foods around fifteen dollars or a little container that normally lasts dorian i a couple of weeks with both of us eating it i'll just do a little tablespoon on my food now a couple of the things that i do is for minted turmeric out in okinawa where they have the highest concentration of scenarios that people that live over one hundred years in age they drink a daily for minted to murky which is an anti inflammatory t based on that herb it's harder to find in harder to import that t so i actually by the new chapter brand of from into term tablets they go ahead and for meant it just like they do in okinawa and then i take that two to three times a week also for heart health use co q ten which is also it's more active form is known as ubiquonol so i take the jaro brand of ubiquonol if my stomach is a little bit upset from time to time i'll do vs l number three which just a great probiotic my also to a sulfur fain supplement so if the research of doctor rhonda patrick she has some great videos on sulfur fain and broccoli sprouting and if i don't have time to actually grow broccoli.

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"doctor rhonda patrick" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

The Healthy Moms Podcast

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"doctor rhonda patrick" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

"Say in helps us understand it apply to our lives a lot better although they're still we're learning used to that you know if you had e n t h afar had to do xyz not looking like that now looks like there's different approaches everything yes i think you're right that the personalization in the testing we now have a lot more information but it's also a lot more to interpret so it's cool that they are now test that are able to like give us more applicable thing because i think you're right with jeans it's like you just think like everything's bad everything's read and what do i even do but now there's ones like we both love doctor rhonda patrick from foundmyfitness will linked to her podcast in the show notes because she's amazing joke that we have a brain crush on her so anybody knows her personally i would love to interview herself let her know but she has a great genetic report on her website foundmyfitnesscom that really liked delves into not just the raw data but what is it actually looked like like how would you interpret that in your life and so one example that you talked about recently i literally wrote the book on coconut oil not the book but the post like for years and we still do we rank number one for the term coconut oil and i did all this research when saturated fats used to be bad it was like well they're obviously not bad and that's the teaching of west a price and i absolutely agree with it i think that objectively saturated fats are not bad i would argue if you're eating them with sugar they would become what dr hyman calls sugar fat which is super batter sweet fat but objectively they're actually good for your body turns out unless you're me so with doctor rhonda patrick test you can run your twenty three and me results through that and it gives you a more interpretive view of certain snippets and i had one and i you too because we obviously share bright into everything together that said like really i should never eat saturated fat because not only will it make it hard lose weight but it can also mess with my brain and do all kinds of other stuff.

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"doctor rhonda patrick" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"doctor rhonda patrick" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"Right my wife has to help me i don't know if i could download it if i if i would even listen to it i have a whole fucking my memories fall on on a steer performances that i've never listen to all i i wouldn't watch look i will tell you right now there's no one i'm saying this i'm preaching to the choir joe's podcast is i've seen easily aches dude i could just watch snippet i'm or listen to the whole thing aiming to end almost every episode in one we're gonna it he did one with rhonda patrick and i was like i'm diner wad of that ones with those ones are safe for me because he's not working bits out it's about health and i i like her now again man i'm not rhonda patrick thriving doctor rhonda patrick about she's all about health and fitness and she had this her in rogin torch recently and maybe be like four months ago vow obesity and the five lies about obesity they tell you is that it helps fight off diseases but it does caused more cancern select stuff like that inspires me cameras hans adam green tree remmy warren like all the fucking hunters a loveless in the daughter honey brook who's at they're all fucking hunters and and those are really in their informally waiho you think it's sad like i i don't know any of that shipment now and the identity had that i know almost should know i'm in my own little fucking i it's sad that i know i like i like gary v i know who that oh he's great on her a found i met him through rogin i loved anderson him on the first time on rogin and i was like danone dough wine shop a liquor store i like he got into this shut the fuck i like ben shapiro base pure as great found with the rogin i like the young turks.

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"doctor rhonda patrick" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker

The Upgrade by Lifehacker

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"doctor rhonda patrick" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker

"I would i would create a little cocktail for myself nice and and that's totally legal you can order it online yet do your due diligence about you can ordered online i believe it is legal in almost all states or all states because non cycle active and i do know people who routinely who routinely travel with it as competitive athletes and to my knowledge it is do your homework kids caveat emptor to my knowledge it is legal in most states that does not mean overseas and it is also not as far as i know on the banned list for saying water for those people who are drug test for drug tested but timmy is not a doctor and don't play one on the internet so obviously to your homework right me that you only two i enter nypd has ten thousand dollars yes it seems like it's a lot of money yeah it is automony um so at the risk of of being obnoxious sounding of noxious i talk about anything us smith ten thousand dollars on a very easy answer and it's actually i think it's a it would come in between with all the bells and whistles between seventy five hundred and ten thousand fully constructed ready to go which is a barrel sauna and they look like a big wind barrel on its side it distributes heat very very very well it as far as saunas the conceit six to eight people it's not really that expensive meant like seventy five hundred bucks you'd get a fantastic fantastic sonnen i believe the even solemn at cosco now and they're probably less expensive and i have used whenever possible a barrel sauna once or twice per day for a year and a half two years and i i find it to just be the most incredible way to release tension and to relax it's been told gamechanger for free it's really been just phenomenal also you can train using keaton some some very cool ways and doctor rhonda patrick who's been my podcast few times we spoke with me about this specifically where instead of say injecting epo like a lot of cyclists do for all sorts of competition to improve oxygencarrying capability you can you can in fact used heat detroit.

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"doctor rhonda patrick" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"doctor rhonda patrick" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"But with that particular supplement kito prime are combining the oxo acetate with like a key tones and things like that right like exogenous ketones yes oh yeah absolutely there's some vitamin c unit or some b twelve in it um there's not a lot of these islands keystones in near though it's not like the the os stuff okay gotcha the the other interesting thing about key towns and i just released a blog post about this today is there some fascinating new research about key tones an longevity meaning like even if you're not restricting carbohydrates and you're just like taking exogenous key tones as a supplement others this gene called foxo i give the same gene that you hear for example doctor rhonda patrick talk about when she discusses like the longevity enhancing benefits of sauna in on all these studies in finland that has shown people live longer when they do the sauna one reason for that is this this protein called foxo is is getting and hanson activated and calorie restriction can do the same thing and cold exposure can do the same thing but now it turns out that regardless of whether you're restricting calories or whether you are eating carbohydrates are not eating carbohydrates just the simple act of consuming an exogenous kitone source like one of these beta hydroxybutyrate salts you know there's a lot of companies that sell malik prove it then and qito one and i i'm i think bulletproof might have on as well but there's this uh there's this longevity effect that that up until pretty recently was not really known when it comes to keita's so that's another another interesting benefit of of.

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