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"dr peter tia" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

04:40 min | 4 months ago

"dr peter tia" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

"This episode is brought to you by peak t it's q. u. e. i have had so much. Tmi life i've been to china. i've lived in china and japan. I've done t tours. I drink a lot of tea and ten years plus a physical experimentation and tracking his show. Many things chief among them that gut health is critical to just about everything. And you'll see where t is gonna tie into this. It affects immune function weight management mental performance emotional health. You name it. I've been drinking fermented poo not specifically pretty much every day for years now poo. Rt delivers more polyphenols and probiotics than you can shake stick at. It's like providing the optimal fertilizer to your microbiome. The problem with good poor is that it's hard to source. It's hard to find real poor. That hasn't been exposed to pesticides and other nasties which is super common. That's why peaks fermented pure tea. Crystals have become daily goto. It's so simple. They have so many benefits. That i'm gonna get into and i i learned about them through my friends. Dr peter tia and kevin rose peak. Crystals are called extracted. Using only wild harvested leaves from two hundred and fifty year. Old tea trees often kickstart my mornings with their green tea. They're poor black tea. And i alternate between the two the rich earthy flavor of the black specifically's amazing. It's very very. It's like a a delicious barnyard repeatedly. If you like whiskey and stuff like that. They triple toxin screen all of their products for heavy metals pesticides and toxic mold contaminants commonly found in. T- there's also zero prep or bring required as the crystals dissolved seconds. So you can just drop it into your hot tea. Or i also make iced tea and that saves a ton of time and hassle so peak is offering fifteen percent off their poor tease for the very first time exclusive to you my listeners. This is a sweet offer simply visit. Peake t. dot com slash. Tim that's p. i q. U. e. t. e. a. dot com slash. Tim this promotion is only available to listeners of this podcast that's peak t. dot com slash him. The discount is automatically applied when you use that euro. You also have a thirty day satisfaction guarantee. Your purchase is risk-free one more time. Check it out. Peak t that's pi q. E. t. e. a. Dot com slash. Tim this is brought to you by unita budgets. What is you need a budget you need. Budget is a cult favourite budgeting app for a reason the app and it's simple four rule. Method will change the way you think about your money and help you gain total control so you can plan for the things you need and get the things you want without guilt or stress to give you an idea on the cult favourite side to date. They know of at least seven customers. Who have customized their license plates to mark the occasion of purchasing a new car in cash. And these fans do this by including why n. a. b. you need a budget on their license plates. So people love this app. You need a budget has helped. Millions of people transform their finances. Save their marriages and live life on their own terms. I even asked pete adnia. Who's been on the podcast. Best known as mr money moustache super-popular episode what he thought and he's a big fan of the founder. And what they're doing you need a budget. Simple for rule. Method will actually teach you how to manage your money. You will learn a new thinking new habits and new behaviors. that will help you out of debt. Break the paycheck to paycheck cycle and build wealth faster. The you budget team is committed to your success. They offer free live classes every day of the week video courses boot camps challenges and active fan groups in every corner of the internet. If you want to learn they teach you. On average new budgeters save more than six hundred dollars by month. Two and six thousand dollars in their first year to try the app free for thirty four days. No credit card required at you need a budget dot com slash. Tim spelled as you would expect and proper english. Try unita budget free for thirty four days. No credit card required at you need a budget dot com slash. Tim and just to explain thirty four days. That's because most people reconciling the end of the month or thirty eight periods so having a couple of days of cushion helps folks out so thirty four days with.

"dr peter tia" Discussed on Talk About Talk

Talk About Talk

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"dr peter tia" Discussed on Talk About Talk

"And last question. Is there a podcast a blog or an email newsletter that you find yourself recommending most lately. I always recommend the drive by dr peter. Tia it's one of my favorite podcasts. Just because the quality of information and research and how he breaks everything down. It's a great podcast.

"dr peter tia" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"dr peter tia" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

"Optimal altitude I can run flat out and start shaking question now. It is time organism living tissue skeleton. Will this episode is brought to you by magic spoon? I love these guys and I love their products. Magic spoon is a brand new cereal. That is low. Carb high protein zero sugar. It tastes exactly like your favorite cereals from childhood. It just doesn't include all the bad stuff. That's the gist. So especially these days. When I'm looking for fond associations good feelings you know back in the day when I was before school watching Scooby Doo and eating these cereals. It would leave my milk. Some sort of phosphorescent color. Those were good times and now I can eat this serial which I haven't done in decades but I do now regularly because let's face it beans and pasta gets old after a while. So variety pays off each serving has twelve grams of protein. Three grams of net carbs zero grams of sugar. And only one hundred and ten calories. It's also gluten free grain free soy free. Gmo Free basically all the things that you don't want free and it's delicious comes in your favorite traditional. Ciro flavors like cocoa frosted blueberry. You can try them all by getting a variety pack at magic spoon dot com forward slash. Tim and the way I found out about this was actually through a number of my friends. One of my friends and one of this podcast most popular guests Dr Peter. Tia has crushed and I've seen this on instagram elsewhere. Six to seven servings of this at a time and it's a lot of cereal with no response in effect. His blood sugar remained flat. He was so impressed with the results of his self experiments that he ended up investing in the company. That's true for two other friends as well. Kevin Rose and Ryan holiday so check it out. See what all the buzz is about. You can go to magic spoon dot com forward slash tim to grab a variety pack and need to take just my word for it. Magic Spoon has received a lot of attention since launching last year. Time magazine included in their list of best inventions of two dozen nineteen and Forbes called it the future of cereal.

"dr peter tia" Discussed on Next Question with Katie Couric

Next Question with Katie Couric

08:51 min | 1 year ago

"dr peter tia" Discussed on Next Question with Katie Couric

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That's third love dot com slash next for fifteen percent off today. Dr Peter. Tia is a Stanford and Johns Hopkins trained physician living in San Diego. His clinical focus has been on longevity how to better and longer but since break of krona virus or covert nineteen. He shifted gears focusing his research toward understanding the current situation. What we can do to protect ourselves. And potentially the implication of what's to come and now he's here to share some of that with us. So where are we now understanding? This story seems to change on an hourly if not minute by minute basis if you had to assess the situation right now for our listeners what would you say? Well you know I think of these things through the lens of Is The rate at which we are seeing infections growing or shrinking so you can think of being on one side or another of that peak so for example if we look at mainland China we know that there are now on the tail end of this response again. There's always possibilities that. There's another outbreak as they go back to work and begin to mobilize society again but notwithstanding that it's clear that they're on the right side of that curve both You know right and correct We're still on the left side of that curve. Which means each and every day it appears that we are seeing more and more people get infected or the rate at which the infections are increasing is B. is still increasing. Now the million dollar question for which a lot of people really smart people epidemiologists in such are trying to project his. Where is that peak because the peak is sort of what gives us a sense of that maximum rate of infection And that is once you know what that looks like. Then you kind of have a sense of what the overall number of infected people will be and then you can extrapolate hopefully from the data we see in other countries with the impact is going to be on the healthcare system and of course the things that really matter like how many people are going to potentially die or otherwise be debilitated by this why was Italy so overrun with this virus. What was the perfect storm that made it go through that country like wildfire? So I think we can speculate on a couple of things. First of all I think part of it is bad luck. I mean it's it's important to understand that if Let's just make the math simple and say let's let's pretend there were a hundred infected people in China as as where the epicenter was and that you know ten of them got on a plane and happened to travel and go someplace. Well the ten place is that they land are going to have head start in terms of where this virus is going to spread and if one of the places they landed was Italy one of the places they landed was Iran in those places are going to have a bit of a head start so I think there's just a little bit of a a luck component which is probably got an early start on the virus reaching their other factors. That seem to matter seem to be. The age of the population to Italy has a relatively old population compared to other countries in Europe and relative to the United States meaning. They have more people who are in that higher risk category based on age alone. Furthermore there seems to be a slightly higher prevalence of smoking and smoking is definitely one of the major risk factors for people. Who if they're infected are more likely to get ill and then I think the other component? Is You know some of the sort of just societal things about the proximity. That people are to each other so in other words if you look at a place like Wyoming if someone had landed if one of the first people infected had landed in Wyoming it still would have likely spread slower than landing in a place like Italy Northern Italy where the population density is such. That there's more contact with an infected person to another and then I think finally just at the policy level they were probably a little bit later to realize what was happening and institute the measures necessary to slow the rate of spread. You have said it. Italy taught us that it is the morbidity rate not the mortality rate of the disease that is grave for US non doctors in who may be listening including myself. What IS THE DIFFERENCE. So mortality is kind of a binary variable. It's to live or to die and there's a lot of attention that is appropriately being placed on the mortality rate. It's often described through a case fatality rate. Which is another way of saying how many people die for a given number of people who have this infection and obviously that's very important but morbidity is more about the long term impact on quality of life and illness that is suffered that does not ultimately result in death and I was reading a paper. This morning That did a ten year. Follow up on people who were infected with the first SARS virus that we talk about SARS covy one. This was the two thousand and three epidemic. This was a pretty lethal. Virus certainly appeared more lethal than the current virus about ten percent of people infected with this virus died so that's a staggering amount but with this paper followed up on was what were the long term consequences of the people who were infected but survived and it was quite disheartening. Frankly that you saw much higher incidence of cardiovascular disease in those people much higher incidence of lung disease in those people as so they didn't die from the disease they were still somewhat debilitated by it and I think that that's something that we're going to see a lot. More of an I think the the consequences of that you know economically will be significant. There are going to be people I. I suspect who won't be able to go back to work in the same capacity a year from now when all is said and done and the people who are most susceptible to that are obviously the people who come in with the greatest amount of pre existing medical conditions so for example diabetes. Why is diabetes? A risk for this. I don't think we know entirely. But one thing we know is that people with diabetes might already have some underlying degree of insult to their kidneys to their heart and it might be that they are less likely to recover from this. Even if they're fortunate enough to not succumb to it. Yeah I was interested in the.

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"dr peter tia" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"dr peter tia" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

"That's brave dot com poured slash. Tim I I use brave all the time and I strongly suggest that you at least tested out so go to brave dot com forward slash. Tim and give it a shot. Hello Hello Hello Nila. This is Tim Ferriss figured out. Mix Up the INTRO. Welcome to another episode of the Tim. FERRISS show word is my job. Each episode episode typically to sit down with world class performers of all different types from all different industries from all different fields to tease out the habits routines favorite books influences. And so on that you can then in some fashion emulator test and apply in your own life this time around in this episode. We have a slightly different format which I'm super excited about. I will not be the one doing the deconstruct instead. We have my good friend. Peter Attiyah taking my place now. Peter Tia for those. Who Don't know is is the common ingredients in two of the most popular episodes on my podcast of last say hundred episodes specifically really those are episode number three fifty two Dr Peter Attiyah versus Tim Ferriss an episode number? Three Ninety eight Peter Tia. MD fasting metformin athletic performance. And more if you want to try one of those out after you hear Peter do his thing here I would suggest going to number three fifty two or are we talk about mental and emotional health and different tools that can apply. They're coming back to this episode. Though in this episode we have Peter Interviewing Reviewing Sam Zell Z L. A. Legendary dealmaker and investor and as of the time of this recording Sam's net worth stands at around five point two four a billion dollars as many listeners. Know and many probably don't know Dr. Peter Tia on twitter and Instagram at Peter. Attiyah A.. T. T. I. A.. M D is a former alter endurance athlete. So he's done swimming races of Twenty five miles etc a compulsive self experimental so we get along well and one of the most fascinating human human beings. I know he is also one of my go-to doctors for anything related to performance and longevity.

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"dr peter tia" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"dr peter tia" Discussed on KCRW

"Not that appealing weaker muscles lesson Durrance overall slowdown losing your hair so what if these symptoms of getting old could be stopped or slowed or even reversed and here's a lease you has been exploring this trying to get younger this is part of our series future you which looks at emerging technologies either at least morning you look I don't know you don't look younger you don't look older what I don't know what I should say here but we're not stepping in and yeah I'm not going to step in it but are you really telling me there's some kind of treatment that treats aging yes we have to be careful about getting too excited here but what scientists have found in mice and other organisms is that they can speed up aging symptoms or more beneficial to us slow down and reverse them giving the mice better blood flow more vitality longer in Durrance and what's happening is they can take to my sport on the same day and after a year of life feed one an experimental molecule and one of them who didn't get the molecule is kind of long in the tooth right has gray hair it looks older it runs on a treadmill slowly or even falls off the other gets the molecule same religious the older looking math but it was still dark and it's just running running running like a teenager my house is possible I know it sounds crazy right I met the aging researcher David Sinclair of Harvard Medical School and he explained it to me we have a molecule that we put in the water called and and and and they they muscles appear younger and they can run for that they get you blood vessels that more blood flow so to make the mice physically younger what they're doing is blue something in the cells called Sir two ends and the for to enter like emergency responders for self they repaired the cellular damage that comes with aging. so this is not just about like exercising keeping yourself healthy this is a molecule that these mice or just drinking their water and it's working to to slow down aging correct and so my next question can I do this that is the big question so of course you can inject something but will it make you feel like you're a kid again is the big question they are working on it there are clinical trials in humans that are going on now in Boston and geneticists behind this say they're hoping to show that in the future humans could be living at least ten twenty years longer and we're not talking just lifespan were also talking health and so the healthy kinda years where you can be present enjoy your activities and enjoy your family so did you ingest some of the stuff and as you try this okay well I tried a full anti aging regimens so not just this particular molecule of from an oncologist and longevity specialist named Dr Peter tia and just to be up front about this people like a tia and doctors and clear they stand to make money off of the solution but I wanted to know more about what they're selling so I try Dr T. as approach it emphasizes five keeping one more sleep and meditation to keep your stress level flow good also aerobic exercise most days of the week so forty five minutes a day if possible three a healthier diet and finally this NMN molecule that's being tested now in humans it is currently available as a supplement and a tear chose one for me to try it with a bunch of cavea the supplement industry is pretty loosely regulated and therefore you can't always be sure that what somebody says is in there is is actually in there truthfully my intuition is that most of them are I think there are others that are at least legitimately making what they're saying they're making and David of course like I said these aren't the same as approved drugs but I took the molecule anyway as instructed and did everything else the fasting the exercise the sleeve and.

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