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Sandy K Nutrition

08:10 min | 3 months ago

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"So join me there. It's going to be a great conference. I'm going to talk all about the journey to wellness and of course I got to add in some thyroid health in there and women's health, so definitely join me there. It's going to be an amazing conference. And if you can come, I would love to meet you. And also, there's going to be so many different exhibitors there and speakers there. I would love for you to join. I really have to thank those who have sent in some really kind reviews. It helps tremendously for podcasters, especially like myself. I'm not a celebrity. I'm just trying to bring all the good things to you guys. And it's hard when, you know, you're a little guy and you want to be seen, but, you know, there's a lot of other people who come before you, and those reviews really helped me to be seen and heard. And everything that I do is really to just put out the word that there are ways that we can age better, there are amazing bio hacks that a lot of people just don't know about. So definitely, please give me a review, send me a few kind words. And if you have some great ideas for show, also, email me, sandy at sandy K nutrition dot CA, I am taking on new sponsors for my podcast. For the latter half of this year, definitely get in touch with me if your message aligns with my message, which is let's do all the things to age better, whatever it can be, that's great for our health, send me a message, sandy at sandy K nutrition dot CA, and lastly, follow me. I'm on Twitter, kind of. I'm most active on Instagram and I have a private women's Facebook group. I'm on Pinterest. I'm kind of everywhere. I'm even on TikTok, and everywhere you go, it's just sandy Kay nutrition, follow me there. And now I'm gonna cut on through to the interview with Sheila Ellis of ritual planner all things tarot. I hope you guys are really enjoying this episode as much as I enjoy bringing it to you. But I have to talk to you a little bit about a product that I totally love. And this product is called wave block. Did you know that wireless earbuds, cell phones, and many other Bluetooth products function by emitting radiation? Well, if you've been listening to me and following me for a while, you know that they do. Did you know that this radiation is even more harmful for children than adults? In fact, in 2019, more than 250 scientists signed a petition asking the international public health organization to create stronger guidelines and warnings on the use of wireless and Bluetooth electronics. Scientists have strong evidence to believe that EMF radiation causes several different health problems. Wave block products are perfect for you if you always have your phone in your hand or at your head or if you're using those AirPods to listen to podcasters like myself for many hours a day. Here at wave block, they choose not to turn away from the latest and greatest technology. Hey, are you really going to tell your teenager that they can't use their AirPods or how about their phone? Right. I'm sure you know exactly my pain. So at wave block, they dedicated themselves to hours of research engineering and testing to create a safer way to use your favorite electronic products, wave block stickers, which have hundreds of 5 star reviews. Are made to easily attach to cell phones and wireless earbuds so that you can enjoy your favorite gadgets with lowered risk by significantly reducing your exposure to radiation. How the stickers are lab proven to deflect EMF waves away from the brain. You can watch a video about how wave blocks stickers work at wave block dot com. Get 20% off today when you use code sandy K 20 at wave block dot com, wave block, products that protect you, designed in Los Angeles, California. Now remember, sandy K 20 will give you 20% off. And now, back to the podcast. Hi everyone, welcome to sandy Kay nutrition health and lifestyle queen today with me. I have a special guest, of course. I've had many great guests lately, and her name is Sheila Ellis, and she is the owner and creator of ritual planner. Now that is spelled W are IT UAL. Ritual planner. And I actually found Sheila on Instagram. This is how I connect with so many people. And I actually ordered one of her planners and I was so intrigued to have a podcast all about tarot. Then I put it out there and I asked you guys, would you be interested in this? And you said you would. So here she is. Welcome Sheila, thank you for coming today. Hi, sandy. Thank you so much. I'm excited to be here. I'm excited to have you here because this is a very intriguing topic. Tarot cards is something that is gaining popularity and becoming more mainstream, whereas it was really taboo before. And there are many, many, you know, I don't really like all the stuff that's attached to tarot because I find tarot cards quite cool and amazing. And I have to ask you, how did you start and how did you get into this business? Yeah, so I originally started exploring tarot and learning to read in my late teens, probably 18, 19, after I had graduated high school and moved away from my home. I kind of dabbled for a few years, and then they felt the wayside, you know, starting a career and then family, and then in my late 30s, when my youngest daughter was two, three years old, I got back into it. I just kind of, I think, was in a feast in my life where I had been a stay at home mom for several years, almost a decade at that point. And it was kind of like, what am I doing? And what do I want to do? And so I kind of dug back through what used to make me happy, what used to bring me joy, you know, before I was so busy, mommy. Yeah. And Taro was that thing that just kind of jumped back up and went wait a second. You loved these. These cards and this whole space of exploration. So I went and bought a new deck books and started my journey with that all over again. I wanted to keep that going and that's kind of what then led me into starting this business is that I just wanted to share that opportunity with other people. And provide the tools and the community and the connection to teachers and whatever that would allow everyone to kind of dig in and experience the same joy that I was having from the practice. See, I love that you said you were busy.

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Sandy K Nutrition

07:19 min | 5 months ago

"k. " Discussed on Sandy K Nutrition

"With me, I have Ryan Smith. He's the cofounder of true diagnostic true age biological age test kits. Now, I've done an episode on a different biological age chest kit. This one is a little bit more detailed. So in this interview, you're going to get all the goods you're going to understand exactly how they calculate the information. It's all done through blood, by the way. And how they come to different conclusions, including at what age are my telomere length at what age is my immune system at? These are all really cool things. And why I love this so much, why do I love biological age test kits? Because you can make changes in your life to improve this, you guys. Yes, there are certain things that you can't erase. IE, I was a smoker. And sometimes the stress that you've endured in your life, it's done a little bit of lasting damage, but guess what? Everything? Can be improved upon through diet and lifestyle, and all sorts of amazing things. And Ryan and I are going to get into all of this in this podcast episode and if you want your own biological age test kit, you can use the code sandy K 50 and you will get $50 off your very own. And I personally suggest that you do one of these every what, 6 to 12 months, after you've done some sort of a lifestyle change to see how that lifestyle change has impacted your biological age and how much is actually improved. And you're going to hear some pretty surprising things in this interview. It is truly fun and I really wanted it to be on my 100th episode because 100 centenarians associated with longevity and health span and all the good things. So my podcast has literally just hit two years. And I'm pretty proud of the fact that I have hit 36,000 downloads. This to me is pretty amazing. I'm proud of that because I started this podcast literally from nothing. I started this podcast when I initially opened my practice and I graduated three years ago, started the podcast one year in. After I graduated and, you know, for me, my primary goal in life is to have this megaphone. I want to reach as many people as I can on this planet with things that can actually improve your health, your wellness, and these are not mainstream things. I don't often talk about mainstream things. Because yeah, of course, we need mainstream medicine and things like that. That's very, very critical, but wellness and health is about so much more. And this is why I do what I do. Now, I am still open for sponsors. I've had some amazing sponsors so far this year and I'm really, really fortunate to have had them and I'm grateful if you do want to still sponsor my show, feel free to send me an email, sandy at sandy Kay nutrition dot CA. I'm very active on Instagram at sandy Kay nutrition on Twitter, kind of Facebook, yes. I'm pretty active there. Sandy K nutrition, if you want to be part of my private women only Facebook group, and this is women generally over 40, find me at sandy K nutrition health and lifestyle Queen and you have to answer a few moderating questions to be in. Because I want to make sure it's a safe space. I'm way more active there than I was in the previous couple of years, and it is a small intimate group for now and there's a lot of cool things that are going to be happening. I'm also going to be speaking at the biohacking women's conference at the end of March, I would love for you to just touch base with me, see how you can get a ticket, I think you're going to really see a lot of value because there's definitely a lot of biohacking out there, but this is specific for women. And this is why I'm so passionate about this. It is a virtual conference. So it'll be pretty easy for you to attend. So send me a message if you're interested, either through Instagram or through any other means, send me an email. Sandy at sandy K nutrition dot CA. Also, please, I welcome any reviews. Okay, I'm not going to say any. I welcome positive reviews. I do my best not to leave negative feedback on any platform. That's my way of being. I don't believe that leaving something negative that will be there forever is really a great thing. I think it's not great karma. So, you know, even still, you know, you can't be happy about everything all the time, but I prefer having a conversation with somebody if I have a critique. As opposed to leaving a review that's negative. So that's why I'm gonna say, leave me a 5 star review with a few kind words because it helps my show to be found. Podcasting is so huge these days and lots of celebrities are in podcasting and you know, the little guy like me gets lost in the shuffle sometimes. So if you review my show, it really helps me to give back to continue to get great guests and it just gives me a little bit more ability to be found. So, with that, I am going to cut on through to the interview with Ryan Smith of true diagnostics true age biological age test kits. Hope you enjoy. Hi everyone, welcome to sandy Kay nutrition, health and lifestyle queen. Today with me, I have a special guest, his name is Ryan Smith, and he's a cofounder of true diagnostic. You might have heard me talk about this on Instagram the last couple weeks, but true diagnostic is a commercial testing system that tests your biological age as opposed to your chronological age. It was founded in March 2020 and the first commercial testing began in July that year. Since then, the company has launched many ongoing clinical trials looking at a variety of interventions. They're also looking at how COVID-19 affects health metrics and longevity. So without further ado, let me introduce you to Ryan Smith,.

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Sandy K Nutrition

02:45 min | 6 months ago

"k. " Discussed on Sandy K Nutrition

"Podcast now, another really fabulous recording was with Leslie Kenney. She is the founder of prima dean spermidine. And we had a whole discussion on the benefits of spermidine spermidine seems to be the supplement of the year. And Leslie gets into all of that with me in my recording with her. It is episode 40 7, you're going to definitely want to check that out because everyone's talking about spermidine you guys, and I have been on it for over a year and I don't know. I think it's doing some really great things. Under the hood, and I talk about that a lot about under the hood work. That is kind of what it's all about. And yes, it does show on the outside, right? So to find out more about why everybody okay, I'm not giving you medical advice here, guys, but everyone should be on spermidine for God's sakes. It's just incredible what it does for longevity. I want you to listen to the episode. I'm not going to tell you all about it in this episode because I want you to go back to episode 47 and listen to my interview with Leslie Kenney. And use my discount code. That is sandy K 15 for 15% off your first order of prima dean spermidine. And I highly suggest you go with the three months supply because you take three at dinner every night at dinner and you're going to want to test it for a few weeks. Many people will feel the difference soon after, I personally saw my eyelashes start to grow like crazy, like I was using a serum. And that was after about 8 weeks, but really you want to give it a good try for 12 weeks. And so that is episode 47. Next supplement that I actually did a podcast all about this was NAD. This is another one of these supplements that everyone's talking about because it relates directly to your mitochondrial health. What's mitochondria? Think of those little powerhouses within each of your cells that gives you energy, right?.

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Sandy K Nutrition

04:00 min | 6 months ago

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"Hi everyone, welcome to sandy K nutrition health and lifestyle queen it's my two year anniversary. And I am going to want you to listen to this episode because I'm going to give you my top episodes of 2021 along with all of the discount codes and why you should go back and listen to those. And it's going to be just a very informative episode. Yes, I'm celebrating two years I am beyond thrilled. This year, I've got some great sponsors that I brought on and of course, if you are interested in sponsoring my show, please do do do do, send me an email, sandy at sandy Kay nutrition, dot CA, and we can get the conversation going and I will send you my media kit with all my stats and things are going great. I'm sure you can feel my energy right through this mic, right? I'm pretty thrilled about the growth of sandy Kay nutrition over the last while I started at three years ago, so the podcast is two years now. I started it at age 50 you guys. I started my own podcast and here I am. Yeah, I'm celebrating because it wasn't easy to figure this out. It wasn't easy to figure out how to edit. How do you even record? And I was saying that on my social media on my Instagram, I am very active there, by the way, so go follow me there at sandy Kay nutrition. In my stories I was saying, I recorded my first podcast off my iPhone. I kid you not. I had no idea what I was doing. I was just researching it all..

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Sandy K Nutrition

03:57 min | 7 months ago

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Sandy K Nutrition

05:33 min | 8 months ago

"k. " Discussed on Sandy K Nutrition

"Everyone, welcome to sandy K nutrition, health and lifestyle queen. Today with me, I have guests taw and Cole witty. They are retreat facilitators and psychedelic educators. And we get into all the things, including psychedelics, or if you want to call them power plants, which is something that they love to use as a term, we talk all about it, you know, why you would want to do that. Why would you want to even consider plant medicines, psychedelics, power plants, and how important is it to really be prepared if you do decide that this is something that you want to explore? And it was an incredible conversation. I'm not going to say too much more, but I do want to say, I did do a couple of polls on my Instagram. And it was interesting because one of the questions I put out there was, do you think we just have to live with past trauma? And a resounding no was the answer. I believe it was 83% of the people who answered my poll said no. But then I said, do you believe we should just not go there? And interestingly enough, that was almost a 50 50 split. So to me, that's a little bit of an oxymoron. Don't you think? Because on the one hand, people are saying the majority of people are saying, we don't have to live with past trauma, but then it was a 50 50 split on people who answered and said, yeah, some people said we should just not go there. Interesting, isn't it? I thought it was really, really interesting. And I'm going to give you my own personal point of view. I believe that if you have mysterious illnesses and they are not resolved by diet, lifestyle. So, you know, you eat healthy. You live healthy, you exercise you're at a good weight. You keep inflammation down. You do all of the mindfulness stuff and yet you still have some pretty crippling issues, diseases, whatever they may be. Maybe that's a reason why you'd want to investigate this further. Or let's say you have crippling anxiety or crippling depression and you know that you've got some pretty serious trauma in your history. Whatever that might be, whether it's,.

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Sandy K Nutrition

03:43 min | 9 months ago

"k. " Discussed on Sandy K Nutrition

"The energy you guys. We talk about past lives. We talk about energy alignment and all the things. This woman is just amazing. I met her quite a few months ago and I am really excited for this conversation to bring this to you. All of her contact information will be in my show notes, so be sure to check her out. That's all I'm going to say there because I want you to listen to the interview and I think you will find it very enlightening. Now, a couple of announcements and I am coming close to two years in February since I started this podcasting journey. And I'm still loving it and I've been bringing episodes to you every week ever since. Now, I am actually looking for sponsors. Something that I've never really actively looked at doing before. And I feel it's time because I do put a lot of my own time and effort and my podcast has grown pretty significantly that I feel it would really be worth the while of somebody who is aligned with my messages with my guests and all the things to contact me. You can contact me at sandy K nutrition on Instagram or on Facebook or you can send me an email, sandy at sandy K nutrition dot CA and we can get the conversation going. If you want to know some of my stats, they're getting pretty darn good, but you can contact me and I can send you my media kit and we can just start the conversation. Now, November 30th is the absolute deadline to enter my contest to win a my DNA biological age test kit. Do you want to know how old your body is? This is kind of a cool way to find out. I'm giving away one of them and I'm gonna do this in a draw format. I have received quite a few podcast reviews, so how do you enter? You need to send me a review. 5 stars, of course. And a few kind words and then send me an email and let me know that you've done this and I will enter you into the draw which will be happening on November 30th, North American entries only now, if you're not already, go follow me on Instagram, go follow me on Facebook, on TikTok, Pinterest, where else am I? Check out LinkedIn because I love to connect with a lot of like minded individuals on LinkedIn. You can find me at all of these places on sandy K nutrition that's all you have to do. And definitely definitely share my podcast with somebody who you feel may benefit because, of course, sharing is the best way to spread the word on what I do, what I advocate for, that is, aging better, aging well, alternative wellness because wellness and aging better is so much more than what you hear through western medicine. And with that, I am going to cut on through to the interview with Topeka mystery. Hi everyone. Welcome to sandy K nutrition health and lifestyle queen today with me..

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Sandy K Nutrition

02:59 min | 10 months ago

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"But I always do start with the basics. I mean, what's the person has gone to the doctor? Clearly if they have been diagnosed with osteoarthritis, you should understand the limitations of the condition. So for example, if you have osteoarthritis in the shoulder, there's going to be limited range of motion in certain ways. And you have to set proper expectations. Like if somebody can barely move their shoulder and they're 60, 70 years old like this because of osteoarthritis, there is no expectation of getting that shoulder to full range of motion. I would first job is to explain and set expectations on what is possible with that condition. So when we do massage work, we're going to address all of the muscles around the shoulder to improve optimal function to get us a better sense of ease and the tissues and we can see what will happen with the range of motion in the shoulder, but we also have to understand the limitations of the condition. So I think a lot of times it's the expectation as well, is that what is the goal? If the goal is to reduce pain or is the goal to increase range of motion, that's going to dictate what kind of practitioner you're going to see and the kinds of expectations you will have from that condition. So for example, I will never see somebody with frozen shoulder and say, hey, I can get your arm to full range of motion just with massage therapy because I know that that is not a good expectation to set for that condition..

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Sandy K Nutrition

05:48 min | 11 months ago

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"So it's just overdone. It's overdone yet. It's got lots of filler in there too. Same thing with the leads right so we know when the it's just. The results are dependent upon the mount. That you do. I mean lips. Something that i do a lot of in the office And plan tower a little bit older. They won that very nachos. all be. don't want another day. package on. People are extremely concerned about it because the problem is like a person walking around in the world. You don't see the people that look normal because they just look normally only to the people who have been overdone so there's a lot of fear so pretty we don't necessarily talk about it. I mean the younger people who are doing both talk simpler is nowadays. Are much more open about sharing. You know what they're doing and it's not a big secret but julia generation.

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Sandy K Nutrition

03:55 min | 1 year ago

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"This conversation that i- prerecorded with myself it. It goes into issues in our medical system. I wanted to cover off prior to that issues with our selves. And i'm going to try and be as concise and clear as i can and there's one thing where on the one hand you need your medical team medical practitioners. I have a team. People haven't endocrinologist. I have a general physician. I have a natural pat doctor. Yes i do. That's definitely one side of the conversation where we need to have a medical team or a wellness team that supports our wellness that supports our best health. Who people who advocate for you. Want that for you. But what i really find. Fascinating is when people don't necessarily want for themselves. Now what do i mean by this. What i mean by this is when someone receives news about something and they put all their faith in one practitioner and the outlook isn't great. Wouldn't you think it would be best for your best health to look to other professionals in the area just a thought i do because if somebody was to tell me you have this sandy first off if i align with them and i'm like yeah i kind of knew it. I've been going down this road where i've been feeling like shit for while i've done this and listen a lot of it. I know it sounds insensitive but a lot of it. Not all of it. A lot of it is due to the things that you've ignored for many many years. Illnesses don't develop an day. I admit it myself. I probably could have saved my own thyroid and i feel like people don't always advocate enough for their own health k. So i'm talking about having doctors who advocate for your health as well as your own advocacy. So when you have multiple symptoms for many years and things just keep going downhill and you keep getting something wrong. It's like you're a medical mystery all the time. Don't you think that maybe there is other work that needs to be done. I don't know if i'm making my point clear or not. But the fact of the matter is if i received a diagnosis i would definitely look anywhere i can a. What can i change about my diet and lifestyle right now to make this better. Be what supplements. Can i take to make myself better right now. See what can i do in terms of my prognosis to make the prognosis that because the fact of the matter is a lot of times once we get into that medical loop we just keep going down further and further into.

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Sandy K Nutrition

05:38 min | 1 year ago

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"You don't love you. Don't act it so look at you. I mean you would never think that so. Okay let's get back to this. Oh come on your wait a minute. I'll fix it up here. Okay okay so me and my fellow old people. I in two months be seventy five now. Okay so in that group of people. It was a six year study. Of course because you know the age of the people and so forth so in the control group here almost eighty two percent of these people died. Eighty one point eight again using. Just the pie. Neil peptide okay. It dropped it to forty eight forty six percent forty five point eight percent. I mean dog gone. Oh i gotta stop holding it down. Okay i get over excited about this stuff because it applies to me as well and all my loved ones and peanut our little puggle dog and so forth on peptides peptide dot gal k so so forty five percent On the one peptide reduction from eighty to then they had added for six years. They added a second peptide. And that's the thymus or immune peptide immune system peptide. They dropped the those people that were taking the two peptides. Their mortality rate dropped to thirty three percent so from eighty two percent to thirty three percent in this old people category that was the incredible reduction in mortality and the reason that had happened was they got telomere lengthening. They also without knowing it at the time got dna menthylatim modification but most importantly they got organ regeneration. That's what the peptides were doing. Just with those two peptides so the exciting thing it is that today we have twenty three of these peptides and in the clinical studies. We're using most of those for most people would say the average person is probably using over a course of a year. they're using at least nineteen or twenty of the various peptides. because there's peptides for the heart. The liver kidney pancreas the retina muscles cartlidge renewal and so forth. Now here's the the really amazing part of this in. Go back up here.

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04:57 min | 1 year ago

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"And it will change your mortality risk. It will decrease your mortality risk by twenty eight percent. I mean there ain't nothing out there in the world that comes close to that exactly okay. So let's go on okay. That was the lady with the same sane. And what's interesting about this is we. We call it the gap the gap. Gaap people get concerned because well maybe their dna h hasn't changed too much maybe by one year but there two years older. And they'll say well. But i was fifty two two years ago. Dna wise. And i'm only fifty one now. That's not much of a change. Yeah but you're two years older right and what what what horrible found. It didn't matter what age it's the gap that counts. It's the number of years different between your dna age and your chronological accounts and so of an eighty five year. Old person has a gap of two years or a thirty two year. Old person has a gap of two years. They have the same risk of mortality. Okay now the thirty two year old will live longer. Okay but their mortality risk. All through life is going to be at least thirty two and it will probably increase over the years so it isn't that we're going to reduce the dna age so much. What we're going to do is create that gap and our goal in these studies is get to get everybody to have a dna age at least five and preferably seven years less than their calendar eight because at that point there in the sweet spot there in that fifty percent or forty percent reduced. Risk okay okay. This is another lab test This is also a physician. July of nineteen. He was one of the earliest Coming in and his chronological age was fifty. Three has dna. Age was fifty five years older than his dna on. Sorry chronological so based on that he's got about a twenty five percent increased mortality risk at this point and what we are seeing..

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03:04 min | 1 year ago

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"This show's increase mortality risk. So on the access over here on the left what we have is the number of years older than your calendar age and it goes up two four six eight ten years on the right shows the increased mortality risk as you have this disparity between your calendar and the epa genetic age so if a person let's say take the four there if they are four years older than their calendar age they have a fifty percent increase mortality risk compared to their same age peers whose calendar age and epa genetic ages the same. We're going see this in some data here in a moment and that could be just from any of the diseases that are associated with this diseases. I mean what drying things we yeah it can turn i can allow those genes to be expressed. That's one factor but also just lifestyle. I mean person you know. We don't know specifically but the these assumptions are if a person you know. Basically spent their life eating in mcdonald's or fast food places they're probably gonna have an epoch genetic age that is above their calendar age. Okay if a person has lived in a very toxic environment you know next to a chemical platter a nuclear power plant. Maybe you're just in toxic area there probably based on the data because you know this is fairly new. So there's not a lot of data at this point they're probably gonna have an accelerated epa genetic age on the other hand the same kind of thing on the task access over here the number of years below your calendar age shows a decrease mortality risk. So we take that same four here in the middle. If a person is four years below their calendar age they have a reduced risk of twenty eight percent compared to their same age peers. Now it's. I'm showing this as a of relationship. It's not okay but this gives you the idea. It's not quite a straightforward and exact as this binding means at all so. Let's look at some a couple more things number getting get to my data. This is stephen horvath. He says basically says it's great we can measure your age and your five years older at this point he says. I don't see a clear utility of that information because we don't have a pill or an intervention and that is the status quo at the moment. Is stephen horvath acknowledges. It's you know we can measure it but kind of shrugged his shoulders and says but so what because we can't do anything about it. I'm gonna prove him wrong. And it's just gonna say there's lots the lottery go The russians published in two thousand fifteen. They were ahead in this area. They are with teela. They understood all of this Way way back and they published here..

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03:54 min | 1 year ago

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"Like mazing hat. Like how do they do that. The process and so amazing. It's actually fairly simple the process but the the amazing part is that they were have been able to figure out basically based on look. It's very complicated. This part of it basically looking on the degree of menthylatim and and what genes have are not expressing because of the nfl of the menthylatim the toxic aspect of it. Okay Looking at all of that they can assign a biological age to this person. That is they say. This person is sixty three but looking at all of this their average biological ages sixty five they were also able to use it to basically confirmed persons close to their chronological age. So for instance that has many uses outside of the world of science in germany. The police departments are now using it. Let's say they're on a crime scene. There's a bit of blood but the The suspect is long gone. Cave all they have is a little bit of blood that belongs to a suspect. They're able to take that bit of blood. Run it through. Dr horace you know technology and so on and they can predict within about two years. How old this person is so. Instead of having no information at all they'll have the blood type of course as well and instead of having no information about a suspect they can say this is a male between the ages of twenty four and twenty six. That's who we're going to be looking for. That's how accurate is now do they. Is dr hor bats. Because i know there's a few different ways to measure menthylatim but dr horvat's is known as a very accurate way correct. There's a few out there. Yes there are some What we would call methylation clocks or epa genetic offset. I'll come to an. There's half a dozen of them and like anything else. In science they build on each other and dr harvest is i think generally accepted that his is the most accurate at the moment and he of course he built on earlier work. That was done. Okay so now. We get to epa genetics and we call it the genetic horvath clock or just the horvath clock. it's based on epa genetics. Epigenetics is you can see from the slide. People used to think that genetics basically drove pretty much everything that happened to human beings in terms of their longevity health and so forth years ago. I think thirty years ago. When when i was really new in this field they were talking about it. Being like fifty percent of what was going to happen to a person if you have genetic markers for say heart disease or alzheimer's and so were those jeans. They felt at the time that would weigh fifty percent in terms of the likelihood of a person coming down with those situations today. It's more in the range of ten to fifteen percent. It has really advanced a lot and what has grown in place of it is what we call epigenetics and epigenetics is basically all things that happen to us during our lifetime the toxicities that were exposed to literally the stress levels when we were young and and that we have occurred over life the environment. Literally the food that we put into our bodies. How physically active how much we exercise. All of those are called. Epa genetic considerations and as as the genetic portion of our future has dropped in terms of significance. It's still there. It's still significant epa. Genetics has grown as instead. Now i was gonna ask too..

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05:51 min | 1 year ago

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"I mean. I love it. I mean and the thing that i love actually is that there's different patterns like so you can choose the rain storm as your hey queue come on back to your breath or it can be like a wind sound and i actually love that talked. Let's talk about the birds because one of my one of my really good friends were like. Did you get any birdies today. I'm like no didn't get any birdies today. So tell me what the birds mean and and why some days you just can't get those birds are right so for people who are listening. The birds happen when you stand focused attention so when you're able to stand focused attention on your breath for five seconds or more you're going to hear a little bird tweeting and this becomes your sort of reinforcement for being in focused attention. It's a thing that's like. Yep you're doing it right. you're doing it right. Yep you're doing right hack now. The bird service really interesting role says some people who are listening might be like is this really what meditations about. Isn't it supposed to be like not goal directed. Aren't you supposed to be like you know not being told when you're right and wrong and meditation and so that's where the birds come in so when you focus your attention and you're able to be there in the right zone quote unquote the first time. You hear bird tweeting. You don't know what it is. You're like okay. That sound flooding. When you know that the bird is kind of a reward for doing it right you typically get really excited and then the bird flies away drought. Yeah yeah so. This is teaching another lesson in meditation called. Equanimity equanimity is the ability to non-judgmental accept. What is this is something that us. Teachers vary intuitively because when you get a bird and then you get excited about the bird and all like i need my reward niagara award. The reward just lies away. You're not doing it anymore when you get off frustrated that the wind is there. It's like you have a thought. And then the rain picks up. And you're like oh no the rain it's there. We'll just get stormy stormier in order to let the rain go away. What you need to do is simply accept that like the there was some rain. That's okay. I can just let that go on. Come on back to my breath. So the rain and the birds teach us this practice of equanimity not becoming invested in our rewards not becoming frustrated by our failures and simply accepting what is and moving on and sometimes on those days when you can't get birds because our brains are active and like that's case some days our minds are quote unquote stormier sundays. We have more going on and it's harder to do it and that is completely okay but when you start chasing the birds like i need my reward. Birds giving those not meditation anymore right. It's like give you those birds..

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04:14 min | 1 year ago

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"Something really could be used overly And as you say During the soviet union when this started when they were doing this in the eighties and nineties. It won't It was for the cosmonauts and it was also for the bolts people because they wanted to find ways to improve capacity and get them sort of a in cosmonauts for example words on from spice remiss. So they wanted to an indeed. Somebody does expensive exercise. You know after olympic games has the recover midst. It's a tough word. What fouls of these guys really helped them recover quickly through this synthesis and then they start noticing that with specific guards and most of them actually originally a extracts of cow. Okay bovine sauce. You can get synthetic ones. Now is well what i'm talking about now on natural Extracts they suddenly realize the improvements in whichever the thyroid the thymus that the pinal bland all these and then he started realizing there's this research went thousands that they were acting gene switches and they have called the most marvelous three slides where they show the dna and they show the peptide riding. And it's like a k. Is opening that specific one. And of course i think one of the reasons is that they've been so safe today without ra million those us without any serious on defense is the specifically of while they all they literally operating maybe one or two genes that not during a wide gamut and of course they are not hormones themselves so if one was to be taking oman's daily correctly as the case may be just loading into your body. The working from the other way round they may stimulate your gland to produce more this whole mantle back home on but they are not the whole mine themselves. That's another thing that we'll probably get to which is which is a just keep stimulating. The glenn to buy more mobile. But maybe you for that question. I you know i i will but i guess really what i find fascinating too is. It doesn't tip you over the edge and so like you said with hormones. we tend to. Let's say we're taking hormones. I take too much thyroid hormone. Well it's gonna tip me over the edge and these will just tap into your biological reserve as opposed to making you go overly stimulated in that organ or under right. It's it's supposed to kinda keep you balanced disaster hit that the ball optical reserve one of the fascinating things of the russians of found in the studies at the moment we got to twenty one different regulators a comfortable kinds of different tissues. Glands it opens we can get into that in a while. is the egg cell. The my station will land. They took it from how to reserve a forty two percent. They will always side so that as a ball logical reserve some people in the life extension fraternity of even suggested. If you look at ala we live by. We live to an average age rating but we potentially from the records could live to one hundred. Twenty that gaslight. Thirty forty percent. It's uncanny than the numbers are actually said close. This is all a greatest longest living people for whatever reason and tap into their biological reserve which gives the increase life span Old the course that had both of those things is this related to the sales capacity and is it partly because of these thoughts. We in a okay. We don't have all the answers yet. But absolutely uncannily as you already highlighted. Sandy is the fact that Bits thanked the thyroid title Many people understand it..

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02:39 min | 1 year ago

"k. " Discussed on Sandy K Nutrition

"Everyone welcome to ck nutrition health and lifestyle queen today with me. I have jennifer arthur. Ten of old chicks no shit. She has her own podcast. She has her own company where she coaches other women in midlife and beyond to really really be who they are. Authentically meant to be and we had a lovely conversation. Not gonna get into that. Because that's what the podcast is for. And you're gonna get to hear all of her amazing wisdom. And i think i'm going to settle on that word right here and talk a little bit about wisdom. I believe that once we reach midlife. It's not only about maturity it's also about the wisdom that we have gained for the last forty years fifty years sixty years and i believe that women often encounter a change in their life especially once they lose that ability to procreate so whether you've had children or haven't had children it doesn't matter women have that capability to create life and once that ability is gone a lot of things change in women and jennifer. I actually get into this and she has some fascinating insights into what happens with a woman when they reach midlife. And they're starting to slow down in terms of their hormones are hormones are changing and their lives must align with this change otherwise often we see women feeling lost women losing that vibrancy that they once had in their youth and nobody wants that. I don't want that. I'm fifty one and i wanna feel like i'm thirty five forever. I really do. However i want to have that wisdom which is something that most of us do gain as we reach midlife couple of announcements. Please do go and follow me. I am very active on instagram. At sandy cay nutrition or at sandy cay wellness. I have a lot going on in my stories at saint decay nutrition. So check it out there. I'm also on facebook. Sandy caney tricia and i have a page. I have private women's group of women over forty on my facebook.

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