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"qendra" Discussed on Antibuddies

Antibuddies

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"qendra" Discussed on Antibuddies

"Da may have evolved into the dc. A cycle we know as it started getting coupled to the oxidative phosphorylation step that takes place on the membranes of the maddock andrea here is a cool fact. Duma that have defected might have gone yet. Do switch to the archaic reductive dc cycle and may stop riding reducing equivalents for oxidative phosphorylation dylan. Could this be one of the reasons. Why something humor's exhibit the warburg effect. Where the completely rely on calls for them. Metabolic needs absolutely very interesting idea. And even the reductive. Tj cycle kind of dive in to two as itself. So it's possible that this was actually am. One of the first methods of carbon dioxide is simulation and deposed to might have actually evolved. I mean to actually stimulate carbon from carbon dioxide as opposed to the octa day of like that we know that we used to extract energy from and on an interesting as well in without as well while and it was previously taught the reductive at tj required to enzymes and dot dot. Were different. And today's what we know of not taste like even more. Recently they found in certain species. I think the terminal doctor and dot they actually have a scituate. Sin-tae that's reversible now. It's a quite unique conditions. And i won't be able to recall out required for days. Did the reverse activity of detroit. Pays put it remarkable that a with with the dj psychos we know that could actually act average actively but can come back to your point. About and the warburg effect in ed detective mitochondria and in fact these tumors can you clear me and they will actually consume clear to me and this will be converted into fifth straight until they kind of simulate carbon. I knew that to build lipid them. Yeah it kind of detach it detail. Like for example. The cell delay work on and the and humor. Type is actually characterized by dysfunctional. Might a qendra on aerobics. They call it on in fact that actually need this kind of reductive clue. Remain an action to be able to synthesize lipids to actually crawl. Went metastasized yet. There's definitely a very interesting connection there. Okay another interesting aspect. Here is the evolution of co-operatively and multi multicellular already. A primitive cell would depend on the quick adp production and try to out compete. It's neighbor but more advanced so like the one with the mitochondria would go for slow rate of adp reduction but with a high in which means it's also being more efficient. Essentially the cells could choose either to produce. Atp quickly but in a less amount of time. I mean in less amount or to produce eighty more but slowly if tink of these auctions the first one would allow short benefits while the latter would give some long term benefits and a possibility to co-exist and cooperate with neighboring cells instead of competing for resources. I'm so hyped about this also brings me back to the tragedy of the comments. That dylan was mentioning. This whole scenario reminds me of this social experiment that took place while right now..

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"qendra" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"qendra" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Dr thomas siegfried. And the the care oncology website which weaves together stacks of kind of like Pharmaceuticals that are used for purposes that they might not have originally been intended for but that went stack together can have a profound impact on on halting the development of cancer helping the bodies to do better with with something like chemotherapy. And then you know people ask me like what would i do if i wanted to tackle cancer from. They'll turn it of health standpoint or using my type of approach. Well it would be everything from you know. Daily frequent consumption of hydrogen. Rich water into tearoom depleted. Water hyper tonic. Water solutions to the use of plants and mushrooms. With specific medicinal properties that are anticarcinogenic. Like chagas or ashy. Taba tumor eker burdock mistletoe or melatonin or many of the things that i talked about with With dr thomas cowan have interviewed him. Probably one of the one of the guys who. I also really really respect when it comes to to healing daily use of oral or iv An rn a d. or an Which is just wonderful. Four supporting the motto qendra in a scenario such as cancer off frequent high-dose vitamin i see the consideration of even things like ozone plasmapheresis or ozone blood replacement. Iv therapies frequent. Use of rife therapy pm therapy and hyperthermia. You know using what would be called like european biological medicine which really hasn't It really hasn't penetrated into the us quite as much. But you know. I've i've taken people over to for example. The swiss mountain clinic across the border from italy up in the up in the swiss mountains as name implies and they have a lot of these like rife machines and pm ethin- hyperthermia hyperbaric. Oxygen would be another example infrared. Sauna would be another example. Coffee animas elimination of non native m. f. like wi fi and bluetooth and significance smartphone usage. High-dose t. cell therapy in places like like mexico or speaking with a guy like dr matthew cook about things like that emotional detoxification focus on gratitude and prayer and meditation relationships distressing. You know the use of a mixed to cough role and took a trying which appears to be an effective strategy for multiple types of cancer. I've discussed in my in my pocket. Dr berry ten. The list goes on and on. But but that's just an example like i. You know in a very similar manner as dr phil. Bredesen's talks about in his comprehensive book. You know the end of alzheimer's about stacking multiple modalities from fish oil to a ketogenic diets to you. Know infrared light for the head and you know all sorts of things for alzheimer's or staving off. Dementia you know. I tend to when i look at healing. Not just pick one thing but i'll stack a lot of modalities when it comes to everything from you. Know joint pain due to cancer. Alzheimer's dementia you name it any. I'm not dr. I just pass on advice to people about these type of things and then you know the the other thing to take into consideration is of course you know books like bruce lipton's the biology of belief or even the old like having the best book when it comes to like manifestation the effects that are sub-conscious has or biology. You know books like Joseph murphy's power the subconscious. Mind you know he had he even has affirmations in they're very similar to To dr dawson church also wrote a book And has a meditation protocol eko meditation all based around directing your mind to heal your body. Joseph murphy even has a wonderful meditation for healing principles. You know like in his book. There's one meditation. I really like you. Just repeat every day. When you're in meditation or with your eyes closed and it says i will restore health under the and i will heal the wounds. Say at the lord. The god in me has limitless possibility. I know that all things are possible with god. I believe this unaccepted wholeheartedly. Now i know that the god power in me makes darkness light and crooked things straight. I'm now lifted up in consciousness by contemplating that god dwells me. I speak the word now for the healing of mind body and affairs. I know this principle within me response to my faith and trust the father does the works. I'm now in touch with life. Love truth and beauty within me. I align myself with intimate principle of love and life within me. I know that harmony health and peace are being expressed in my body. As i live move and act in the assumption of my perfect health becomes actual. I now imagine in seal the reality. My perfect body on filled with a sense of peace and wellbeing. Thank you father. You know those those examples of affirmations healing affirmations that you finding a book like joseph murphy's power of the subconscious mind so when you we've all this together i guess ultimately i'm a fan of the idea that the body is able to self heal when placed in the right environment and when considered as as just like a giant battery that can be electric chemically-charged. I'm a big fan of stacking multiple modalities and a big fan of of the emotion behind healing so when a mass will approach to healing is and how might be different from a traditional approach. You know those those are those are so my thoughts regarding that all right. The next question is what is my favorite quote. And why why got to tell you you know. My my office is littered with posters. You know quotes by thomas merton and theodore roosevelt and does the tons of quotes everywhere and my screensavers on all my computer's. Whenever i i have a new quote that i like i'll add it to my screensaver pop up whenever my computer just kind of kind of doing his thing and so so i can see that but i would say that my favorite quote and this is the same quote that's emblazoned on coffee mug giant coffee mug that i drink from every morning is probably the one by by theodore roosevelt. The man in the arena and many of you might be familiar with this inspirational impassioned message that he delivered. I think it was. It was in the early nineteen hundreds. It's one of the most widely quoted speeches of his career and I believe it was in paris that he gave this lecture as now known as the man in the arena the quote from this lecture. But it goes like this. It is not the critic who counts not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who's actually in the arena whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood who strives valiantly who heirs who come short again and again because there is no effort without error in shortcoming but who does actually strive to do the deeds who knows great enthusiasms the great devotions who spent himself in a worthy cause. Who at the best knows in the end. The triumph of high achievement. And who had the worst if he fails at least fails while daring greatly. That his place. You'll never be with those cold and timid souls who neither know victory nor defeat. Supposedly he had a microphone would have dropped it right then..

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"qendra" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"qendra" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Or by just exercising that total five hundred calories and exercising is the most potent however at the same time. There's a lot to be said for nutrition that goes beyond just dieting or cutting calories right. There's everything from the photonic energy of food which there's a lot of research being done on right now like what actually happens to the energy of food and its ability to be able to for example norrish the body increase the production of atp and the electron transport chain allow for better. Might have qendra helt. When it's been you know in to get back to witchcraft. Kissed by photons of sunlight and freshly harvested versus in packages and containers and sitting dead on a shelf for months before you consume it. There's something to be said about the actual energy of food and for me personally as a guy who eats animals you know. Even how the animals treated how. It was sacrificed how it was harvested. And then how it was processed and how it was marinated. How it was cooked and how it was loved like there. There's there's a lot of stuff that goes into food. That goes way beyond kind of that typical. You know if it fits your macro type of approach now. As far as diet goes i mean you know My book balance which renamed the boundless program in the ladder app after. There's one chapter in there where i lay out the. It's about a dozen different diets that i rotate through. When i'm when i'm selecting a diet for a particular client that will then modify injustice caloric etc but what that section of the book lays out is okay. Well here's your blood tests. Here's your genetic tests. Here's your saliva data urinary data. You know everything that you've tested about your body which frankly we have the ability to test nowadays and then here's why this diet would be appropriate for you based on what you're seeing right and so i might have somebody who comes to me for coaching and i have them on. You know starting off with a two week liver cleanse. Because they had a high heavy metal load. Really high liver enzymes. They're showing a need for nutritional cleanup or nutritional detox. so we'll put him on like Let let's say light like an iron medic cleanse for a couple of weeks or even like a more modern version of a cleanse like a like quicksilver scientific you know one of the companies that that i like that you know dr chris shade over there. He has a program called the cube which is like is full on detox program that you do in in in so all sometimes start people off with two weeks of cleaning up in nuking the body and then we'll shift into something that's super clean that allows the gut to completely. He'll like a paleo autoimmune diet or a carnivore diet or a diet that would be considered a more restrictive elimination diet. And then we'll move forward into a more all inclusive diet like a like a properly comprise your mediterranean diet or west a price diet or or something like that and so I'm very very picky about diet and dietary customization yet at the same time when you look at like areas where there's a disproportionately high number of centenarians these so-called blue zones for example. Or you look at at at me and my wife's diet which is largely different But but still you know comprised of like real whole recognizable food you see prevailing characteristics that overlap. No matter whether of these people are like low carb high fat high carb low fat mix of between you name it and the main things that you see and this is something i just. We've into all nutrition. I think the most important thing for people understand is you see stable glycemic variability meaning even if they're eating higher. Carbohydrates carbohydrates are a lot of times from what are called cellular carbohydrates sources rather than processed cellular carbohydrate sources. So we're talking about like purple potatoes in okinawa or you know or sweet potatoes in in loma linda or keen wa or lentils or amr anther millet or any of these young us super grains or grasses or a i personally do a ton of underground storage roots call. That's my fancy name for like tubers right so i personally do like sweet potato. Yam parson carrot beets. I have a a baby food company that i literally order baby food from. That's just like a bunch of different root based mixed with things like olive oil and fish oil and and some grass-fed grass finish meat or wild caught salmon. And i do like a whole packet of like actual baby food which is just bunch of mashed up tubers. Yeah my lunch. Nearly every day. I go through cans and cans of organic pumpkin puree. That order amazon. I realize there's a little bit of carbon costs there. But but i i also had a lot of my carbon and and so i i do a ton of these underground storage which is my primary form of super digestible carbohydrate. But the more important thing in a lot of people who are into continuous blood glucose monitoring wearing these patches. Now no this. Is that what you see upon the consumption of a lot of these carbohydrates that are say close in nature is that you see low. Glycemic variability right. Low amounts of blood glucose fluctuating throughout the day. So that's one thing i. I time my carbohydrates to be mostly around workouts or saved..

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"qendra" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"qendra" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Volume blood flow through the body house to dilate Increase nitric oxide. Which creates more vasil. Dilation sell up very very good for cardiovascular health now another thing you can do is alternate between hot and cold with your showers so the cold actually activates from the cold cold shock proteins which also helps regulate protea bad proteins in your system activate more autophagy and alternating between hot and cold has many different benefits including improving circulation improving your immune system and again he get more of these kind of heat and cold shock proteins going breakdown plaque formation scar tissue formation your blood vessels and help to regenerate new newer healthier collagen tissue in your endothelial lining of your blood vessels see get better circulation petr blood flow also helps you just adapt gives you more stress resilience in adapt to temperature change more facto now herbs. These are my top Green tea along tean dark chocolate. All ritchie eeg cg. Epoca lactic catching drinking green tea or having a little bit dark chocolate on a regular basis. Really good for your body. Course it we find. That red onions cranberries. Now burberry's you can also take supplements with carson. That's a really good idea. Curcumin fine anti-american you've also against Reservoir trawl you know. Really get the clinical doses. You need some supplements Obviously get these things in food. Karna cynic acid. We find that in oregano sage rosemary. Thyme basil knows kind of mediterranean type of herbs. This helps reduce on top of each Ginger has chicks shaggy which helps induce autophagy. So you know lots of compounds that we can be doing. We give me drinking herbal teas. During the day we can put these things in our food. Ginger tea earl grey tea to get the citrus bergamot green tea having a little bit dark chocolate utilizing red onions having oregano basil. Sage rose marie curcumin in our food. Right so all of these things. This is going to help us. Adapt oxidative stress and stimulate healthier stronger and more stress. Resilient cardiac cells and and conjurer within our cardiac cells and my top supplement when it comes to cardiovascular health or particularly the of cardiovascular health is our reservatrol power this has got high clinical doses of risk in which really act qendra stimulate mitochondrial badge nieces and my top g. and they also really good for opening up circulation and Just improving your overall life flow cardiovascular health so is this something that i think is really good social for skin health So a lot of good supplements we have another Flam defense which works really great at breaking down circulating inflammatory proteins. Got a pretty olympic enzymes in a cumin ginger. And things like that in there and that's another great one. There are other things that can be helpful at coenzyme q ten which can be helpful for cardiovascular function but i really like this wrestler chop power for stimulating cardiac autophagy. So hopefully you guys got a lot out of this training really appreciate guys being on with us and we will see guys in one of the other traits audit be blessed. We'll see you. That's all for this show. And i want to thank you again for spending your valuable time clean today and if there was something you heard this interview that you have questions on or you want to dive into the earth. The doctor dockers dot com is the best place to go. If you enjoyed this episode. Please consider taking a quick moment and giving us a great review help us influence more people in transform more lives and if you took something valuable way from this episode then please share it with someone in your life. We'll see you on a future podcast. He blessed every..

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"qendra" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"qendra" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Sixty right and see six. It's called a fuller fullerenes. Sixty carbon molecules that. It's considered a super antioxidant. Writes the same thing. I'm using for my hair for hair growth. But it's little carbon molecule it keeps toxins in the body. It's a very powerful antioxidant. People get what's called a reaction when they first start taking it because it just like claws toxins out of your deep tissue than they answer your bloodstream. So some people get a pretty powerful detox reaction to it but it really is one of the darlings of the anti-ageing in the beauty industry now and it's also a little bit of a neutral pick as well in terms of turning your brain on in longevity clinical trials. It extends life span animals by ninety percent. You know now. Animal trial which prevented the tumors. That typically kill off rats so carbon sixties one so seasick. Sixty that one. Yeah yeah. I've used it before. I've never tried that one. I think everyone on this. Listen i that one. I don't use it orally right now but i use it on. My hair is part of that asano. copper peptide c. Sixty blend that i use. So yeah maybe someone's getting into to bloodstream out. Imagine since my skin nutro through the scall- An-and and are was the second one and you know what d- does is basically it. It helps to protect your dna and increases the help your monaco andrea so it's metabolize normally from vitamin b. Three right but as Dr david sinclair probably the most popular. Harvard anti-aging scientists who is kind of championed. The use of these things. It's kind of like if you if you use resveratrol like blueberry dark and stuff that helps to accelerate the activity of your ser- to genes which helped to protect your dna and extend life and then nicotinamide or or or any of these n. Precursors or issues or anything like that. Those are kind of like the fuel for the show tunes to work so that that's why you'll get some companies like thorn for example. They've developed like an n. N. or i think it's an ours. Their product combined with resveratrol right perfect example stacking a cer- tune with an nfc precursor and so so nasd's up there along c. Sixty other ones glutathione. Right good interesting. Because it's just basically like like an electron lender right you. Have you have all these. These you know the these loan electrons these molecular interlopers. That are kind of neat. Need to be cleaned up and wash out of the body and glutathione particularly. If it's in like liposuction will form or what's called s. aseel form. which makes it more absorbable. i use a brand called alms bio which which combines glutathione with. I think might o q and p q and some other minor condo protections but tastes like it more news cycle. So it's really good that that's an example like a bio absorbable gouda thion. Quicksilver scientific has another really. Good leipus. gouda thi- on glued number three and then co q. Ten co q. Ten and that. That's actually something that is in that. That alms bioglou defy on that i use basically co q. Ten is something that helps to protect the motto. Conrad ubiquonol is the form that seems to be the best way to take it. Like a reduced form of coenzyme q ten. It's better absorbed than than what's called oxidized q ten which is called ubiquitous but if you bickering all basically co q. Ten is one of the best things you can andrea. So that definitely falls in there as well and never conceptualize. Today's nutro pick though. Yeah you could stack all these together. Yeah it's kind of interesting there. Titling eases anti-aging neutral picks because a lot of people don't talk about these like smart drugs but you know if you're if you're salamat condor working well your your brain's going to be operating a little more more cleanly to and then the last one i talked i didn't really. I didn't really known about this much until i was doing research for my last book. Boundless but it's called s. k. q. One it's also an antioxidant. It's a really powerful antioxidant. Basically drags a molecule. Different antioxidant called p q in your mind qendra and that also does a great job of protecting the motto contra kind of like the c sixty or the coq ten or the glued does so a lot of these have activity in the maddock andrea but but tho those are the five of them. Those are the five of them. So so we've got. And i don't think they were in any order of importance c. Sixty nasd glutathione co q. Ten and s k q. And i would. I would definitely agree that like if somewhere to stack those five together. You'd really be kind of staying a step ahead in all anti-aging game so supplement. I hear what you're saying. I you know again like some companies will take that and just like ferry supplement with with barely any of the actual amount necessary. That's some companies will do those like. Oh these five good for your into like one tenth of what they actually use the study. Make a supplement on their say. It's a proprietary blend. So many make sure that you actually look into the studies and dose accordingly in a in. Boundless in the chapter on anti-aging actually have all the doses for all those listed I don't know memorize but you'd be surprised at how many supplements don't actually have the efficacious amount in them Yeah and the last thing. I wanted to mention. Speaking of efficacious amounts Member how. I how. I did that post. That just took off account went viral. I talked about this pre-workout blend using it. Just it's it's like amazing. You and i just i research all things that could technically ally you just like crush a work out without having of calories prior to the workout. So what i tweeted. Was you basically do five grams of creating fifty to one hundred milligrams of caffeine which is the equivalent of small cup of coffee. Although he can just copying tabs preferably time released caffeine tabs from amazon to time release fifty to one hundred milligram. caffeine tabs. One serving of ketone esters relic kitone eight or hvac oxford or any of these companies..

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"qendra" Discussed on Twinovation

Twinovation

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"qendra" Discussed on Twinovation

"Jeff woody africe. Did i of kind of pitch about kind of a revolutionary way to rethink how we work. We live We how are we working now. We live exactly you know how certain things you know regarding for talking about someone like bernie writer a yo see you know. We're talking about kind of that. That middle class that then not getting paid enough For you know doing doing the work at our crummy little jobs here and there. You know how how maybe we're not valued as much. Our time is valuable as We would like to think. We're getting stiffed. I think we're getting stiffed left and right from these fat cats. The nab bigwigs you know across the world at this point because there is flat in that sense you know. So what is you know. I'm on the subway. I'm going to work right. It takes me a forty five minister. Forty-five minutes back up an hour. And a half of time that i could be using a to do whatever i want in the comfort of my home right. You're duo lingo. Yeah well. I mean on the subway may be you know you can occupy yourself at your phone but you know i could be with my i could be you know around a warm fireplace home. A playing with the you know a neighbor's toddler in the bag. You know living local not dealing kind with this commute stuff right. This unpaid commute for being honest. What do you mean you don't know not a certain point. You gotta buck up and go to work. You know what. I'm shannon. I get that and i'm not saying not good worker even though i'm a big fan of and i'm sure you guys are two of that remote lifestyle that you're really taking advantage of as the world suffers from pandemic. Well i'm just putting in the hard work. Unit mean from my comfort is always. Oh okay very good but David you have had a more traditional job or you know you kind of have to do that. That that rat race morning crawl stuff yourself into a little. Sardine kin tend to get yourself to the city and you know it. It's real hour and a half a day in your neck and paid for that time and it makes me wonder. Why aren't we getting paid for that. Time agree we should be getting paid the moment we wake up job of. So here's my pitch to the bigwigs is that you get paid for forever long. It takes you to go from point a to pulling be from home to work. They pay half of that time. Your whatever your our hourly rate is or salary you know. So if they want you at work at eleven They're starting to pay you at ten thirty and they do that in the mornings and the nights. Because 'cause this time. Like i want to split this with you but right now like i'm eating ship by not making money while i have to sit. You're losing money ilya losing time. Yeah you know. I couldn't negotiate. That i feel like for sure right. So maybe that's part of a negotiation. But i feel like it needs to be more movement so people start value toward a little more and stop taking it up the arse if you will from from again these big wigs fat pigs as ao. Say would say eight. The rich tax the rich man i won't you would you have is e peron address next year to help you Sort of movement and that's true. No free rides. How about that. No free ride. That's good and it's actually a little almost like a double on qendra and a certain way. If you will not to be crowded the tr- triple entendre. If you think about a bit further on yes no free rides in life and then worth. You're more sultry merging. And then what's the third one though The payoffs us for the fucking As for the trip on that's great so that's the idea. It's you know these employers need to stop nicotine. Diamond everyone especially in such a highly Inflationary market right now. And this is the time for the workers to rise up and bernie bernie really should have been president. And that's all i got to say about that. Yeah i really do i agree. I agree. unruly bernie bros. And bernie hose air. Well yes that's true Yeah i do agree. I've had jobs in the past where you know we will get paid for our transportation get paid for time. You know an hour before you know for travel time and stuff. Yeah getting paid for travel time though the thing you thing but the coming thing though you know i don't know yeah not definitely not in like most jobs definitely not I feel like it should be i. I agree it's a major bullshit. You but the thing is is like you know across the board. It's like that could end up costing them money like some people live really far away. People live on long island continual hours. And that's all the more reason to pay them more though because they have to live further wayne some situations because they can't afford certain things and you know it's it's just this time suck at the industry where you're just eating your timeshare. You can read a book but maybe half the tribe. Maybe you're sitting in traffic on the radio. Yeah you can do that every now and then but for the rest of your life you know you. You lose years of your life and it's unpaid work is all i got to say about. Debt jefferson movement and Attached my little caboose to that train To choose to fantastic Really good stuff. We haven't had one of those Call chino call to.

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"qendra" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"qendra" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"You feel like you're hung over all the time. And the first time i did this i had five minutes or my brain felt like. Oh that's how. I used to feel and then the next day. I said i'll do that again. The next day. You get six minutes and seven minutes in every every night. I would do this for about eighteen months except when i was traveling when i'm just not traveling with all the stuff and it really helped me to restore the reactive. Oxygen species management system in my motto. Qendra i mean i was. I was really bad. And i've heard this over and over and over From people like one of my dear friends his His wife has been having problems. Mako plasma which systemic infections and things that have really effective quality of life just three times intravenously and then possesses why feel like myself again in the entire family gets the flu except for her even though she's the one who always get sick like gee i wonder if ozone out some do that it did and and so this deserves your attention you care about the kind of things i talk about on bloomberg radio this this just works. What specifically have you seen in the research about mold toxicity and ozone. Because that's what hit me. But yeah so. I can't point to one of the things with the research. There is a lot of really good research. There's a lot of great research out there. But they're usually just trying to. It's a very complicated thing to understand it. Because it's so fundamental a drug goes into the body it's pretty easy to measure because it turns something on it. Turns something off. Ozone is assisting your body and homeo- stasis which is super fundamental to everything. You're doing so a lot of the research that's being done is still trying to understand. What exactly is ozone therapy doing in the body. We have all these results. We have millions of therapies. That are done around the world but we still don't know to pinpoint exactly what's happening. So most of the research efforts that are currently being done are being focused on that. Now there's a lot of clinicians in the united states that's still the case studies. That are still doing. Hey i had thirty. Forty patients with mole toxic city. This was the result. I had from it. I can't point to one off the top of my head and specific to mold or mould toxicity but anecdotally And something that. I've seen again and again is that people are experiencing positive results with those on therapy and toxic city and it has a very ability to modulate the immune system so modulating the immune system over reactive like autoimmune can help the quiet down underperforming it can help raise it up so in the case with mold. Toxicity your surpressed. You're not getting rid of the things that you need to get rid of ozone can be really helpful for that because it's going to help stimulate your immune system to work as it's supposed to bring it back into homeo- stasis what's the best strength of ozone to use regularly so start slow and start with a little bit. What does that mean. Work your way up. And what that means. Dave would be. Usually people are doing like two hundred l. ozone at ten to twenty micrograms per milliliter or gamma now that sound super scienc- and makes it like ooh this thing but it's not a small amount of air inter milliliters. Is you know twenty percent of a leader and you can easily hold leader of gas in your in your calling in fact You should never mind. Yeah he sure. Is that from experience. All i can say continues to work very well so anyway I it's it's a very small amount. It's a it's basically to farnsworth there. You go that's a good way to put it okay. Parts worth and ten to twenty gamma is not particularly strong. But you would you. It's a very sharp smell of ozone debris that but we're talking like a very almost not noticeable. What's going on when when you put that in. But you'll feel the difference so that'd be a very entry level like i've trying it for the first time kind of yeah people will do that. Ten to twenty game we call it gamma typically. That's just like saying units. It's not specific. Or scientific roy and easier to say yeah kinda so we say gamma. Ten to twenty gama's typical start at and people usually work up to fifty Would be the higher level recommended with more than two hundred miles right up to four hundred miles. Two hundred to four hundred four hundred. You don't ever people do. But most of the recommendation. So this comes from dr sylvia mendez out of cuba. Which i'm sure you're familiar with her and a lot of the work she's done. She ran ozone hospital out of cuba for many years where they did hundreds of thousands of treatments and so they found that going higher doesn't necessarily produce a better physiological response so the body seems to take in us what it wants to use but it doesn't necessarily end there are people who will contest this but it doesn't necessarily according to what they did produce a better result just to go higher on the rectal inflation's okay got it and how frequently can you do it Usually people are doing some sort of cycling. So what that means is you're going to be doing it On and off so like five days on two days off or three weeks on one week off and so people will do it once a day for three weeks and then take one week off the second month. They'll do twice a day for three weeks. And then one week off They never exceed twice a day but typically they're doing yeah up to twice a day and they don't start off on the twice a day either. That's just after a month of doing it after you've basically built it up and i look at a zone as exercise for andrea. So you're not gonna go from. I haven't exercised in ten years. I think i'll go do the cross fit wad if you do that. You're going to cause huge amounts of muscle damage and probably clog your kidneys. Because you weren't you weren't condition to do that. You have to work your way up to it. And it's the same thing if you just do the heaviest duty oxidative therapy. You're probably not gonna like it but if you start small and just work your way up you end up having cells that become incredibly resilient and they can handle way more than you ever thought you could handle more. It's in terms of any inflammatory compound any immune in salt and things like that resilience in the face of any kind of disease. I can go up. Which is pretty amazing thing for showing that costs one sent to do. Once you have the gear i mean. It's almost free yeah. It's really incredible. Cheapest that people need to watch out for if you're immune suppressed and you have a lot of things floating through your body that you need to get rid of but your immune system is in dealing with it and then you kick it on. What do you think is going to happen. You're going to have a ton of symptoms that do not feel very good. So that's commonly called the herzog reaction but for people that are immune suppressed. That are actually have a lot of bugs floating around if they start out the gate doing a ton of ozone and just go right into it they may end up feeling really sick and it could be a good thing potentially You know but it might might not that you don't necessarily want to go into the hurt saima reaction so so that means that the ozone is working so it's not good but having experienced a lot of time reactions It's it's pretty uncomfortable. You basically feel like you're hungover and you just dragging and nothing works in. Your joints are swollen. And what's going on here. Is you actually killed a whole bunch of bacteria or whatever else is going on and then your body clean up all that stuff and it actually makes you feel really bad. However there's a bunch of techniques that are well known for managing a hurts hammers one is more ozone can help because it turns on your oxidative handling abilities but activated charcoal and glutathione..

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"qendra" Discussed on The Chalene Show

The Chalene Show

09:31 min | 1 year ago

"qendra" Discussed on The Chalene Show

"Dr canister or beauty by dr k in pasadena like these are two people who i freaking love and i completely trust and that's what i would say to anyone. Who's considering plastic surgery like. I'm still a fan of it. I really am but i would say this. You've got to take it way more seriously. You cannot go into this being quick to make decisions. You've got go with your intuition and you need to do more research. You need to know what to expect in a consultation or does appropriate. What is inappropriate. What is to be expected on your first consultation. You have the right to ask for a chaperone in the room. You do not have to get completely naked. You know any red flag that you experience during the process should be a stop. Do not go. You should be able to speak to countless pass patients. You should evaluate the staff. You should pay attention to the cleanliness. You should look at the surgery center. Don't just have them say. Oh here's where surgeries are performed. You should have the ability to go and look at the surgery center and in my opinion based on my personal experience you should not solely rely on the reviews that you see on real self or yelp as i've mentioned previously those reviews may not include now practice suits. They may not include patient accidents a patient death rates of infection whether a surgeon has lost their license or if they've reprimanded by the medical board like those things are not gonna show up on yelp and real self. They're just not so. Do not be lazy and don't just trust with somebody else says about a surgeon. You have to dig man. I got to change the laws are. I've got to come up with a website or something where we're actually doing a greater service to patients where they actually know and are informed about a surgeons track record like again. I mean if sell you my house. I have to tell you if it has ever brennan flood. I have to tell you if someone's died in my home. If i sell you my car. I need to tell you. If it's been in an accident you could sue. You can take me a small claims court. If i sell you my vehicle and it's been in an accident and i don't disclose it to you and i know that but physicians surgeons do not have to disclose those things to you. Sure there are. Some really responsible surgeons out there. Who will do that. But from what i can tell. That's pretty rare. So what can you do. What should you do a lot. More research like you need to become an internet sleuth when it comes to the surgeon. Who's going to be doing your surgery. Yes there are. Some amazing surgeons out there seriously. Amazing i know some of them. And there's some real used car salesman out there who are slick and they will impress you with their fake credentials or inflated credentials or invented credentials and a boatload of positive reviews. I'm not speaking about any doctor in particular. But i am saying that these things exist where people have tons of positive reviews just like amazon right. You go on amazon sometimes. And there's these products we like. Wow they've got thirty thousand five star reviews And then you realize that made. Those people were incentivized to leave that positive review. So i'm just telling you. I'm a fan of plastic surgery. But you gotta go into this knowing. It's a really big freaking deal. It could cost your life. It could mean that you are just formed disfigured or that you have post traumatic stress disorder. Like you really have to go into this and understand what you're getting yourself into the more research you do the better there's tons of youtube videos etc so let me talk about what i've been doing for my healing. I've been doing lymphatic massage. Which is really interesting because when you have a surgery like that. And they're like literally like lifting up your skin and making all of these decisions. Like i had a lot of incisions you know. Under my breast aligned goes from underneath my breast to the nipple then around the nipples that tummy tuck line. It's a lot like my whole front side of my body was moved around. The front part of your is where your lymphatic system resides in your lymphatic system is how you read your body of toxins. It's an organ system and there. Are these little teeny tiny. I guess you could say lymph nodes and it's like a pathway right and it's also what helps your immune system to function and it's really large network of again like lymph nodes and vessels and lymphoid organs and lymphoid tissues and all of those things have been disrupted with the surgery that i did because basically most of the whole system resides in your core. So i've been doing lymphatic massage. Probably every other day. That's a lot. And i know it sounds like oh. Wow you got a real top. You've got to go do massage several times a week. But it's different lymphatic. Massage is very different. They don't massage the muscle. They're really massaging bone. And where your lymph nodes are and just getting your skin to like recreate those networks because all those networks were disrupted from the surgeries like all those networks. Were basically cut like. We've cut the wires to the lymphatic system. So are reengaging them and that's been incredibly helpful. That really helps to reduce the swelling. Select right now my bresser. Not that swollen. My core is. It's a moderate swelling to my belly button for my belly button down and around my hips and even the little bit my back like. There's a lot of swelling. There's a lot of fluid retention. I can just feel it. And so that's why you wear a compression garment which is like. I'm wearing it right now so uncomfortable. It's kind of like a waste trainer. I guess they call it a fa- f. a. j. a. but it's like almost like a corset and then you wear padding in that and it's pretty tight and it creates pressure intention and that's what helps us willing to go down and it helps the skin to reconnect to that lymphatic system and and you really have to wear that like twenty four seven so you know. I look like swollen version of myself. Nothing really fits right now. I'm wearing like flowing dresses every single day. Because you just like right now. i don't wanna wear jeans. I've been wearing my yoga tights recently. But you just look thick because you're wearing a get lick. Imagine right. I looked. Spongebob squarepants right now. While i'm trying to heal. Because i'm wearing this like compression garment and then foam inside of it because if you're just wearing the garment against your skin in your skin is so like raw in new and fresh and traumatize really so then you wear the surgical foam between your skin and the garment so that you don't have rubbing it's uncomfortable and chris a little bit more compression so i literally look like spongebob squarepants at super uncomfortable to sleep. Sleep on your back obviously. Can't sleep on my chest right now with you know all the stitches that are on the front of my body and i'm learning to sleep on my back. That's one really great positive. In addition to that for healing. I have doubled my intake of collagen. I take kind of a beauty collagen. It's actually was formatted or formulated by beauty by dr k. I'll put a link to that in our show notes to it's tasteless. So i put that in my water. I put that in my coffee. I put that in a supplements drink. So i'm just like double dosing on the collagen. Because that's going to help create that collagen that's going to minimize the scarring animal. Also doing hyper-baric oxygen chamber treatments. I'm doing a hard chamber treatment. It's available in a city near you. It runs about one hundred and fifty dollars per session for at least for me. That's what it is here. I don't know what it's would cost in your area or state. But i have to tell you what a difference when i started doing the hyperbaric oxygen chamber treatment. And you can look up the research on this. It's remarkable how fast soft tissue injuries heal. It is fda approved for a whole bunch of different soft tissue injuries. Most plastic surgeons here in southern california. Are going to recommend that you do hyperbaric oxygen chamber treatment if you can right it's a luxury it's expensive. Not everyone can afford to do that. But you're going to heal so much faster. Look i cannot even tell you how much faster all of my incision started. He'll as soon as i started doing the hyperbaric oxygen chamber treatment. You just lay down in like this. Basically it looks like a glass coffin if you will or a spaceship and you just sit there and it takes you to an atmospheric pressure these conflict. You're on an airplane like that kind of pressure like you're you know you have to like pop your ears and stuff and then you wear a mask over your mouth that allows you to breathe fully one hundred percent pure oxygen at that condensed atmospheric pressure so it just oxygenates your blood. And that's what helps the healing for soft tissue tendons and skin and lungs. And just incredible for your maya qendra. It literally repairs your body on a cellular level. In addition to that i am now sleeping much. Better.

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"qendra" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

09:33 min | 1 year ago

"qendra" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"And and you know chickens that have lived in in tiny cages standing in their own crap for you know their entire life and you know cows pumped up with hormones and fed grains and unnatural animal products and preservatives and you know hefty amounts of sodium chloride. Know all the things that you get in that perfect macachek ratio where you're just taking into account carbs fats and proteins and you could take that exact same micronutrient ratio and get it from like fresh tomatoes grown in the sunshine and kale and a wonderful were. generally raised. cow was loved. Its entire life and fed amazing food and you know in lived out in the sunshine again feeding on fresh grass. And when you look at the bio fight photonic tonic and even even the spiritual energy that you get from eating real whole food derived from nature's close to nature as possible. There's a certain sacredness in that in a certain not just physical but also spiritual energy derived from a meal like that that you i just don't think you can replicate if you completely just go straight to carbs fats proteins with. There's something out extra cellular. So like i've heard you make reference to the fact you don't think the brain is necessarily the seat of consciousness. So do you think that there's something going on with the actual meat. So the cow lived on rate life or a terrible is but by the time it ends up on my plate is there something still residing somewhere other than the cell then carries with that. I think that there are elements of energy that. We're now just beginning to tap into driven a lot by the emergence of interest in the middle qendra and the idea that for example Photons of light can affect the activity of the electron transport chain in the motto qendra and accelerate the formation of atp. Meaning that people who are out in the sunlight a lot or us light are able to create energy. Although those those those photons are a little less measurable than say like glucose or even oxygen and then you get into sound medicine take yet another step towards invisibility where we know that frequencies of sound and vibrations of sound can have an impact on certain organs and that certain musical instruments. That are tuned to different hurts. Frequencies can either elicit feelings of peace and love and joy or feelings of anger and fear and shame even though we can take those frequencies in put him into a tube then we get into quantum physics right where we know that human seemed to be able to interact with each other over long distances via something like photonic energy. And that's where we're getting some of those things like remote viewing or or two people in two different countries having the same dream and talking about the next day and there's something going on there that's very difficult to measure and even when we do try to measure it seems to change based on some of those slit light experiments where you know it's it can be very very tricky to to measure photon just because the miracle of measuring them seems to affect them pretty dramatically and then we get to this idea that well when i eat a cow grown on a regionally generally run farm you know it was grass-fed grass finished cared for wonderfully and you know in sacrifice in a humane manner compared to a cow that was abused its whole life and and fed fake food and young then electrocuted. And and you know brought over to my plate you know There's some type of energy there that i think we have yet to even be able to measure in for example realm of nutrition science. But i think that part of it really is spiritual. I think part of it really is the fact that as creatures on this planet. We can't disconnect ourselves from the life force of every other creature on this planet and either the positive has does biology. Oh i mean. I think you know the answer that question. If you've read a book or seen the work of an author like bruce lipton who wrote the biology of the belief or the the the body keeps the score. This idea that emotions michael singer You know book surrender in this whole idea. That your emotions your thought patterns your beliefs can all drive your cells to be in either. A stressed out sympathetic nervous system type of mode or paris. Pathetic nervous system type of mode and that cells can become stuck based on our sub-conscious spun in in that stressed out mode. That would then cause things like calcium leakage into the cell a change in the electric chemical balance across the cell a disruption the ability to be able to create atp a disruption overall physiology. And actually if you look at. And i think there's something to be said about this things like Traditional chinese medicine You see certain emotions. Actually associated with certain disease conditions right like like bitterness and anger would be associated with rotting of the bones or low bone density or bone cancer right. And i don't know if there's ever been an epidemiological study that has looked at profile of mood states courts and the amount of anger and bitterness in someone and things like you know decks bone scans and bone density or bone cancer or some type of malignancy in bony tissue but yet the the link between emotions and biology is undeniable. We are not yet. Well the ancient nostitz would have argued. We are all spirit and also and that's all that matters and that we can completely disentangle ourselves from our physical bodies and that's not important. Well i don't think that that's true and neither. Do i believe that we can separate the physical from the spiritual and say that. Can you help me understand the difference between the physical and spiritual well. I think that the physical would be a tangible biological Cells and tissues and flesh. And you know an end. All of the molecules within our body that are made up of all these different atoms that we could eventually identify on the periodic table of the elements. I think that the physical yo to a certain extent is something that that is measurable that is tangible that is witness -able that it's feelable whereas the the spiritual is something that in a sense requires a little bit more faith to be able to believe in that that isn't necessarily visible or measurable and yet is yet or it will never be. I don't know if we're ever going to open up a human body and say oh. Hey look we found it. Here's the sole right. I don't think it's measurable. I do it. Do i think that it is something that we can experience or see. I think possibly. I think that that some people who've been in those type of states we were talking about earlier like an ego dissolved state or during plant medicine ceremony or something like that. It seems as though you do to certain extent almost like cross a portal into something like a spiritual world Can i ask a really crazy question. That will help me understand what you believe yes. I don't expect anyone to take this literally. But is the human body. Basically the nf that points at the seoul which is the actual thing. Because if i know you believe that the soul lives on beyond the body So obviously they can't be one and the same. But i'm just curious there is some linkage. Right i mean you ultimately are going through this life. You're experiencing something your mental learn. Something i assume like there is some reason from your perspective that god has created humans very knowingly put in this situation what what is then that correlation between the body like. Do you even worry about the trying to find some explanation of how the two were tied or it's just like look that's well beyond sort of what the human mind at least at this phase is going to understand. It's really kind of irrelevant. Like how do you approach that. Yeah so. I don't think the body is bad. I don't think it's a throwaway is someone who believes that god made human beings. I i don't think god would have made a human or tomato or a tree. Or a thorn bush or a lake. A shark or black widow or a platypus or anything like that as some kind of just like a throwaway object right. I don't think that heaven. Like because i believe that that will live in heaven. As part of of the afterlife on thank heaven is going to be a bunch of sitting as a theory all spirits on a cloud with fluffy wings playing harp. Right to me. That sounds kinda boring. actually We have these amazing bodies and we have wonderful taste receptors that can taste a thousand different explosions of flavor. As we sit down to a meal and we have you know tactile receptors. That can feel pleasure and can orgasm and can release oxytocin when we touch other people all those things that we were just talking about and we have the ability to be able to to jump in cold water and feel that wonderful sensation into sweat. Get the endorphin release. Paul allen's f some parts of the cold water.

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"qendra" Discussed on The Life Stylist

The Life Stylist

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"qendra" Discussed on The Life Stylist

"And fires down chain further vienne on how the second baseman ready to get all the you can't get into the first base for adult but and so coenzyme. Q chan is essential to actually produce energy and one of energy disruptors talk about statin drugs. you know things like that chore or crest or stop the production of coenzyme q tip in our liver in about six months where all totally depleted coenzyme. Q ten and channel by law you have to prescribe a statin drug if you're going to prescribe it a response coenzyme q Staff at most cardiologists in this country. Don't even know the action so yes coenzyme. Eugen up your up interesting. I didn't know that piece about the statins very interesting. And then what about p. q. q. So peak hugh is cast. Suber coenzyme q. It's even better. It's designer go inside Does the same function only got it. Okay and then burglary and our care sit-in so both of these compounds There's a lot of more and more information that usually burglary and also -chusetts act very much way that formats and actually in my next. I'm doing darb. The how these agents actually allow you to make more energy but essentially bolted these compounds. Tell qendra to not work so far. Don't overwork yourself to the point of exhaustion and the way they tell my to do this just absolutely fascinated maybe why metformin actually works in his brand new stuff and a but i will give you any more than that are i call. I can't believe the way you crank outbox. i've been. I've been working on one book for months. And it's like wow. This is a real process. So i appreciate your your ability to crank. Go crazy. ravel's offering tell people about us. Oh very cool. There was another one in. That is sheila g and this is something i discovered back in the day kind of in the raw food community and it was a relatively obscure sort of Material that people use. But you're the first kind of mainstream person that i've heard talk about it and it's something i use every day but a little chunk of it in my in my coffee and i just love it. Yeah so an exact. Bush actually talks about the ability of megacity. Which is this combat which is discovered on iraq's 'em layoffs and looks like humic acid number one stop the junctions from being destroyed by life and say so if for no other reasons because life is aids in almost everything we eat including some of our plant based beats than are also popular warning some burgers are beyond whatever we want further say in the so yes so humic. Acid also is real minor Revie agent in again our mind hunter are so damaged as written in the longevity paradox. now energy paradox are survival. Rl is dependent on well. Functioning mighty congressman. Most of the bad things happen to us are from wire function. got it and In the last few minutes here. I feel that it would be it. Really wise of me. to talk about you know one of your great areas of expertise in that is Electons and so if you could just give us a brief breakdown of of what they are why we'd want avoid them in our diet Especially as they pertain to energy. Because you do talk again a quite a bit about them in the book and then some of the you know the main offenders in terms of food. When i was reading the book i've not really looked into the electons thing but i i was like what foods have it and then i thought well what reaction do i have and i got tomatoes for one if i eat something with tomato sauce it just wrecks me and it. It's almost to the point that my allergic to tomatoes. Because they just do not agree. And there's a number of foods on your list that have a similar reaction. And i think after people hear from you they might reflect on some of the things they go. You know what. Yeah when i eat that. I don't feel so great. So what are they. Why are they bad guys. What are the kind of the main offenders in terms of the food that contain them. Yes so electons are part of the plant. Defense system gets e e Don't want to be able to live. And they particularly don't want their babies eat or sees They can't run again either. Can't fight but they're chemists of great billy in so they may proteins that are what are called sticky On these gains low for specific sugar. Mom that line. The lining of our may line the lining of our vessels they lined our joints so the email line the jump a gap between one nerve talking to him and latins are the best way to pry open lining of your gut housing leaky got actor sano from harvard. Was i showed that luton which is a is a cause of leaky got by process of binding. Do these oculd in the gut. Iron written several papers about elections one major us of hers and also that electons are one of the major causes the most disease by causing. So where are there in almost all grains therein we'd ryan barley which helped blue there in brown rice there in buckwheat there in jinhua folks. Sorry about that into nuts are nuts at all. They're in peanuts cashews. And i can't tell you the number of people who cashews once we get rid of them so much better with ideas with on muniz. Why are we in the nightshade. Family like tomatoes plant bell peppers chili peppers. And even go. Gee barry's there in the is seeds folks. Please please please throw your chia seeds away by basil seats. Basil seeds are so much better for you. And they feed your microbiomes -biotics huge fan. Basil lasley the be family leg. You have some of the worst.

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"qendra" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"qendra" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Can make all the red blood cells that you want but if you don't have the engine if you don't have a big enough carburetor in a deep enough intake you're never gonna get what you need to the pistons right the cylinder. Yeah pike's peak is a crazy thing by the way. Yeah people do that race. 'cause it's like nine miles all the way up this twisty road and maybe colorado and altitude of whatever gets snowy at the top and it's hot at the bottom. There's no guardrail over the edge. You go over the edge. It's it's a crazy motorcycles. To some of these guys they yeah. They do everything. They paved it recently. Which is peace. I think they pave. All of pikes peak. There is a. They didn't want it that way. It's twelve point four miles one hundred and fifty six turns. It's really hard to learn. You're going the guys are serious about trying to set a time to time defense. Obviously but you go a little too hot and one of those corners. You're going over the edge and that edge just keeps going. Because you're at pikes peak and yet it's interesting now. The cars used to be affected quite a bit as altitude changed in the air got thinner. But now there's electric cars and even if you have Fuel injected system with the right chip. You can chip incorrectly. But the human body doesn't have electricity are chip. So what happens. And we'll use it to and francis an example what these guys used to do was they were trained. Low low altitude search build up as much muscle fibers. You can't as much andrea as you can might qendra think of that as scrubbing bubbles of energy within yourself of your muscles but now you don't have enough red blood cells because that's what carries the oxygen to the muscles. So with these guys would do back in the day is they will do something called blood doping and that's gone that's well hang on whether do is put it in a centrifuge machine right. Before the event they would put it back in and there was no way that you can detect blood doping at your own and then that guy comes sloppy. You gotta keep a cold. You have to keep it on ice. You gotta move around the to or whatever. They figured out that a drug. You probably took brian At some point They took Not neupogen but Epl epa gen. Okay which artificially makes red blood cells so when you hear about pd. Pd's performance enhancing drug. The media will pick up and go steroids. But it's not steroids. It's actually something that will give you red blood cells they still couldn't detect vat so then they just went okay. Anything with metacritic level over fifty two. We're going to assume you're cheating except some spaniards and italians can get that naturally because of their genetics. So the answer to the question without getting too deep yeah. Should you train it out to you. Should train low and sleep high. So if you train out a low level where below a mile somewhere below thousand feet. You're going to get the optimal amount of muscle training done. But if you spend at least eight to twelve hours up at altitude at night you will built so if you can train at the bottom of valley and then go up to the top of big bear and live that your best bet or you can sleep at an altitude tent. Like michael jackson barometric hyperbaric chamber is the opposite. The it's funny 'cause they always talk. Talk to frank mir about this but there was talk about fighters training altitude. That's the way it always wanting to go up to big bear and train at big bear off top of siberia. Yeah you gotta train at altitude. But it probably didn't do them any good but it probably did help their training a lot because they're away from all the horse bars and probably just went up to big bear like some old timer just went. I don't even know anything about altitude. But there's no good wars clubs fucking liquor stores nudie bars high schools. There's nothing here that these people get into so we'll just go do altitude. Training and big bear is really just getting going to a cabin and not not banging and ball and doing drugs all right. Let me hit Keeps here they are only two. Fda approved medications prevent hair loss keeps offers. You both keeps a simple stress free way.

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"qendra" Discussed on Green Wisdom Health Podcast by Dr. Stephen and Janet Lewis

Green Wisdom Health Podcast by Dr. Stephen and Janet Lewis

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"qendra" Discussed on Green Wisdom Health Podcast by Dr. Stephen and Janet Lewis

"Saif place to start but one of the things that if you've had long term exposure that i think people should be owned and this is safe also vital detox it. It will not clean you out harshly but it does a little bit at a time and it's got the cracks sale corral corral. It's got something called bronco satellite which is the precursor to end all three carbonell. Then it has its own enzyme. Blend member. I talked about enzymes. You have to have the enzymes coz they unlocked certain things and in lock it back on another molecule to curate out for detoxification. And i can tell you that if you're doing any of those products and you don't drink enough water with it. You're gonna hate us because that stuff's going to be stuck and it's not gonna come through because it's grabbed all of the All the toxins and you've not given it any water to help push it out you know it's being reabsorbed through the colon which puts the burden on the kidneys like we talked about before and then people say but i have skin rash and i'll say well honey is because you're not getting it out through your urinate track or you're calling yeah. People don't realize that that's another limit channel. If you can't get it out through your colon is going to come out to your skin. Which is what's going on with these kids with their face masks right. i mean it's like just centralized to their face on their skin and they're they can't detox. It is bad enough because of the poor diet that kids have with the bad oils. You know that you get in all the fried foods and the twinkies you know Don't don't blame you know good supplements when you're eating twinkies for lunch. I'm be careful what you put into the temple of the holy spirit one of the things that i want you to kind of stick in your mind is the word. Toil t is for toxicity. We all have it. oh is for the oxidation. That's why you need. The antioxidants is stance per inflammation and began. If you're ten pounds overweight or more you have inflammation and there's a lot of other signs to. Aol is for lack of optimal mata andrea function. We've talked in previous podcast about the monica andrea or the energy makers in the cell. So if you have chronic fatigue you don't have optimal modern conroe function s because your cells are very very toxic so t for toxicity over oxidation. After inflammation l. for lack of a motto qendra function. And and i would like to say l. also lack of love and laughter. Because the more that you do the better off you are also and l. is also for not done your lab. You should get that first lord. She's looking at me like it's yes ma'am well. The reason for that again is because people start this detox staff. They're not physically able to do it and on lab. We are able to see based on liver enzymes your immune system how far down you are to start with and many times we need to build you up with some building things before we start trying to detox you true. So if you've never had lab you need to start there and if you don't know what i'm talking about go to our website. Green.

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"qendra" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"qendra" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Hundred milligrams of caffeine not a five hundred milligram. Pop your eyeballs out and smoke out your ears. Pre-workout drink like a little bit of caffeine in the afternoon seems to enhance fat-burning more than you have your caffeine in the morning. I think this is notable because one one thing of pondered about a little bit is why we drink coffee in the morning. Aside from its magical effect on the ease of a morning bowel movement when in the morning is sunlight hits our eyes and as we wake and katie and rhythm begins. We have this natural cortisol response. That dictates metabolism gets a jump. Start even without coffee early in the morning and theoretically if you're trying to keep yourself from getting tolerant to coffee or keep yourself from engaging in excess coffee intake it would seem that you could theoretically perhaps have decaffeinated coffee or tea or some type of adapted jank mushroom or something like that in the morning and then save your caffeine intake for the afternoon evening particularly for goals are fat loss and you would see an actual increase in fat oxidation by using this type of approach now. Furthermore as a reported in a podcast recently it appears that for pre pre-workout drinking your caffeine is actually not as advantageous as chewing on some type of caffeinated gum or or like a caffeinated lawson or something along those lines now. one thing. You might find interesting. That i've personally been experimenting with is. You may recall dr craig. He's guy to my podcast before he's a guy who makes these like fast vitamin issues. That he sends out. He's a guy who sent me like any d- ivy's before he's one of the cool physicians who i have in my back pocket. Who i think is a real brilliant guy. He actually recently developed a gum in the gum is super interesting. So the ingredients are any d- right which boosts atp and your nervous system allows for a higher concentration in motto andrea increases atp levels in the might of qendra about twenty five milligrams of any in this gum and then it's got about twenty five milligrams of caffeine at microdosing caffeine that i alluded to which is enough to improve things like concentration. Focus alertness arousal. Fat oxidation your workout performance. But it's a low enough amount towards not gonna block these receptors that would lead to increased wakefulness late into the day and then he puts about ten milligrams like microdosing. Cbs in there. Which is a little bit of a new tropic of itself helps to protect brain cells little bit of an anti inflammatory. And so i've actually been popping piece of this gum in the afternoon to experiment with this saving caffeine for late in the day and then i'll have some key on declawed coffee or some mushroom tea or something like that in the morning. Also like this. This ca- couty made by company called mike akao and it actually seems to to work pre effectively in terms of like an afternoon or early evening workout boost and it seems to work better when i don't have much caffeine earlier in the day and this latest study on the increase of caffeine and maximal fat. Oxidation the caffeine is consumed in the afternoon. Seems to back that up a little bit so i thought that was interesting. You can check the linked to that gum in the show. Notes all hunted down and linked to it. If you go to ben greenfield tennis dot com slash. June solo sewed. Cool study about the timing of your caffeine. There was also an interesting study about omega. Three fatty acids and this one's going to be interesting for those of you who who especially have babies or are expecting or know someone who's expecting it was a systematic literature review on the intake of epa in dha like fish oil when it comes to birthweight healthier babies now basically in a nutshell. Our i guess. I should say an official shell. What they found was that dha and epa supplementation in women who were expecting resulted in higher offspring. Birthweight wait in childhood. Now i've always with any of the women who i work with who i'm helping out with their with. Their meal plans with their nutrition even with their postpartum meeting help support more breast milk production healthier babies at etcetera. I've always recommended to them. What's called a west and a price diet which is a diet rich. In fatty acid coconut oil in different forms of of fish fermented foods lots of organ meats. And almost the type of diet that one would want to eat for really good hormonal support and arguably even either weight gain weight maintenance or or muscle mass or hormone balance or all. The things that this diet is indicated for very clean very cool diet not necessarily like fasting or weight loss diet but man oh man for healthy babies and healthy mothers and this literature review definitely shows that if you are a mom in you're expecting even more so if you're like vegan vegetarian you should really go out of your way to get a lot of epa in dha in your diet. One thing that. I actually get in pouches and all. I need this myself. I don't just recommend it to women who are expecting but also i. I enjoy a sauce that will put on steaks or put on salad. There's this company called serenity baby foods. I found him a couple years ago and what they do. Is they make baby food. But they have these flavors like wild caught salmon with squash all their baby. Foods have is really good. 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"qendra" Discussed on Limitless Mindset

Limitless Mindset

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"qendra" Discussed on Limitless Mindset

"As well as lower levels of rate of perceived exertion and creating kindness next. Let's discuss might o q. Maybe you've seen this around in the biohacking sphere in the past year. There have been over. Ten scientific papers published about the branded antioxidant technology. Might o q is study of twenty older healthy americans done at the university of colorado. Hey i've been there found that it's a vascular system hack that outperformed a placebo. Excess reactive oxygen species production by. Mike o'connor is a key mechanism of age related vascular dysfunction. Our laboratory has shown that supplementation. With the maya cadre targeted antioxidant might accu- improves vascular. Endothelial function by reducing mitochondrial reactive oxygen species these findings in humans extend earlier preclinical observations and suggests that might o q and other therapeutic strategies targeting mitochondrial reactive. Oxygen species may hold promise for treating age related vascular dysfunction. They must really like to drink at the university of north carolina because even the mice get drunk there. Yes that's right or at least they did in an interesting study that demonstrated might o q is something of a boozing bio hack that it mitigates the damage that toxic cdl hide does what the alcohol converts into in your system after. You've enjoyed a drink. Accrue from that study might accu- also reversed alcohol induced panic lipid accumulation through enhancing fatty acid beta oxidation alcohol induced endo plasma reticulation stress and a up totemic cell death signaling were reversed by might o q. This study demonstrated that speeding up acetyl height clearance by preserving ouled h two activity critically mediates the beneficial effect of monaco on alcohol induced pathogenesis at the gut liver access but might q. Research is not limited to the anglo sphere might accu- discusses how it regulates healthy auto fiji and got a big diagram of that. And i'll add that. I really love it. When companies that have some sort of branded anti aging product or drug and innovation. Like mine. Q i really love it when they actually sponsor clinical double blind placebo controlled research on their products. You know there's a lot of alternative health kind of products that are out there. That have a lot of anecdotal evidence for them. You can go on youtube or you can go out there and the the forums and you can find a bunch of people talking about how amazing they are but they lack this clinical evidence and this creates this opportunity for bad actors out there for Schillt's frankly out there to say that. Oh all this natural health stuff is it's just all anecdotal. It's just all placebo effect. You know do you. Should you should take big pharma drugs instead. You should listen to the science. So i really do appreciate it when some sort of give thing like Might o q when a sponsor that research when that gets gets funded so that then we can say yes. We're looking to the science and it says that it says that there's solutions for improving health. That are outside of the pharmaceutical industrial hospital complex. That are outside of that whole that whole world next. Let's discuss myocardial function and cramping a norwegian trial of twenty patients. Drew a connection between the michael qendra and intermittent clark tation which is a painful muscle cramping condition that makes it difficult or impossible to walk and it concluded changes in walking performance seemed to relate to changes in vital andrea function after exercise furthermore relationships between changes in peak walking times and mitochondrial respiration seem to exist so if you suffer from frequent cramps you wanna looking to mike okon drill supplementation next important point to take away from this is that might akon drill..

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"qendra" Discussed on Limitless Mindset

Limitless Mindset

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"qendra" Discussed on Limitless Mindset

"Just share a little bit with you. Funnily enough i've done this my my whole career or at least as long as i've had limitless mindset dot com. I've had companies. That would pay me fifty bucks hundred bucks. Maybe more to review their products or write articles relevant to whatever their offerings were. And i have pretty consistently included criticisms or have included reasons. Why you might not want thing that is ultimately being offered through some links that appear on my website. I've even given products three star to star ratings. Where the company paid for listing on my website. And i have yet to have a company that was really sour about that mostly. They're just like hey. Thanks for doing an honest overview of whatever the thing is so. I just wanted to let you know about that. This article you are going to want to check out on limitless mindset dot com linked below wherever you are listening to this because i have got some great diagrams to go along with this article this whole topic of maiocco andrea and your cellular biology. This really alive. We need get the chance to google all of those all of those cool diagrams that i have organized so do go and check that out and of course all of the links and references for everything backing up the conclusions that i reach here you can also find those in that article sue with that preamble out of the way. Let's dive in impressively. In the past year there have been over two hundred and thirty scientific papers published specifically on mater contra including eleven clinical. Trials might've contra is a hot area of research and this article will not summarize every single one. Otherwise we'd really be here for a while but we'll summarize some of the more interesting findings of the current year if you want to go even deeper into the state of the art medical andrea science and research. I'll recommend the book motto qendra and the future of medicine. The key to understanding disease chronic illness aging and life itself by lee. No and i also enjoyed.

"qendra" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"qendra" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Instead of empowering women and minorities with self-knowledge strength of character in resilience to hardship progressivism encouraged victims to stay in a place of fear and helplessness. In quote with that statement entirely the same girl qendra stressed that white individuals are usually at the forefront of these movements with the group being adversely affected but observed that white guilt and save. Your narratives are pretty much as bad as any genuinely racist agenda because it robs the very group that they're trying to help of their own voice in quote so it's hard to argue with that. I can't but and you know what this this is. This is a year old survey. Is anyone surprised. I'm not surprised in the least man. We all know that liberals are crazy. I mean most people are crazy. I mean really when it's not just liberals when it comes down to it most conservative something easy to but their better at hiding it. According to fox news comment on outdoor masks is a shift from his previous remarks but he says he's waiting for the cdc data that backs it up. now come at sunday from top white house corona virus. Dr anthony fauci indicated a possible shift in federal recommendations on mask outdoors representing a departure from his past comments win. People should wear masks. She said on. Abc's this week that it's quote commonsense. There's lower risk of spreading the virus outdoors and foreshadowed a potential change in the cdc and guidelines to that effect. He said the agency would make up. Its recommendations coming. As a larger portion of the population gets vaccinated after ensuring it looks quote at the data and the data backs it up. I don't wanna get. I don't want to get ahead of them but i think it's pretty common sense now. That outdoor risk is really really quite low particularly. I mean if you are vaccinated person wearing a mask outdoors i mean. Obviously the risk is miniscule. You think why is the vaccinated person wearing a mask. Because they're not allowed to not wear their masks even at the even vaccinate this is. This is the me with the week. I want keen to lift. Its mandate and. I don't know why it has it but i've seen a lot of criticism because the liberals are in charge of it has to go away eventually. You would think we were just talking about. It was all about the vaccine. We could all go back to normal. After you get the vaccine and enough people. I.

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"qendra" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"qendra" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Six zero three two eight three six point six zero. You call them. And talk about whatever's on your mind but if you want to interact with some of the hosts of free talk live in person. Well we're going to be fast june. The twenty eight through july. The fourth at rogers campground and the beautiful white mountains forecast is the week after the porcupine freedom festival but fork. Fest is decentralized which means that. There's no ticket cost. And no one is in charge. All you have to do is reserve your camp excite rv side or motel room with rogers campground for june. The twenty eight through july the fourth. And there's no better place to celebrate independence day than around other freedom loving activists in the shire check out the unofficial website at fork fest dot party where you can find links to the unofficial telegram chat as some other stuff even forum fork fast dot party. Is that website. Well let's go to the phones. We've got bill calling from here in new hampshire bill. You're on free. Talk live are you. There they'll be muted. Telling what's not muted bill from new hampshire. He's seems to be gone. Oh okay callback man. He wanted to talk about a renewable energy plan or something to that effect. I don't know exactly what unfortunate so anyway. We're talking about the likelihood of liberals to be mentally ill. According to i think you said the pew research institute and Wiki condoms zimmer's. I don't believe zimmer's are on this list Were there were young millennials. What is it zuma is was born in the late nineties. Early two thousand. So they'll be in their their early twenty s or or or means teens teenagers. That would that would be. The zuma's are people who are basically hopefully leaving the house throwing themselves out of the nest if you will but no if if you're Fox report is any co Indication there they'll net not not only so they're not even leaving there just staying at least this millennial that we're covering came back. She got out there. Saw the world realize everything costs too much. I'm going to go live with mom. there's so much easier. These zuma's ended their hand. I doubt there even leaving on in the first place. They're staying it. Just they're just getting daddy and mommy. Though to renovate. The basement are kicked out a wall so they had a little more room to do whatever. I don't understand why anyone would want that. I prefer independence and freedom. we're a different breed aria. Of course okay. Fair point is a new. this is this is. this is all very very new. You're brave new world of steph. Lynnwood mommy and daddy the rest of your life. There's nothing brave about that. Oh it might be new at least in the united states. But as you were pointing out you know this whole thing of moving out and establishing your own american thing i imagine other cultures do it as well probably in europe. I not some of the mediterranean countries. I don't believe they are all live. There's got the whole not just mom dad kids. They got cousins. Aunts and uncles all living under the same roof. It's it's not strange is best. This is an american thing for sure. And i don't know when it started The the rebels of you know the sixties and whatnot the lower kids and the the hippies and the deputies and the someone started because it didn't always used to be like this is sounds like millennials started it with fifty two percent of them returning home and might have something to do with the fact that it was so easy to buy your own home everything live on a live in the greatest country in the planet. At least it was. Its thoroughness suck. Now you can't afford anything. But i mean i think that might have a lot to do with it. It was just really really easy to move to a whole different state on your own and just put down roots Back in the day not possible. It takes a lot of work a lot of money. A lot of effort To go start your own. Start your own thing but now now it's now it's been turned on its head now. It's harder to start a job. It's harder to buy a house or to build a house. If you even knew how to are are you can afford to. I think definitely brave new world saunas way. Is there more on this article. The study also showed that young white females who identified as liberal or very liberal were significant were by significant margins. The most likely to report mental health diagnosis at fifty six percent. Compared to twenty eight percent of young moderate women and twenty seven percent of young conservative women have more than half between twenty five percent and fifty percent of all women are mentally ill liberals yes. What twenty five percent for conservatives it said or twenty six percent but we all know that when crazy. Yeah that's that's essentially what i was getting. I'm surprised it's not higher. I'm surprised i'm surprised or the one who commit more suicides than women's according to this article they have they're all messed up interesting stats on that. Men are more likely to be successful at committing suicide. That's a good point because men tend to gun carry the big carry it through. Yes while women tend to do stuff. That's not going to be effective. Cost cutting their arrest or something like that man go. Oh no and they reach for the gun and so the stats are that they attempt suicide at about the same rates but men are significantly better better at a similar disparity although less extreme was also found among young white men with thirty four percent reporting mental health problems compared with twenty two percent of moderate white males and sixteen percent of conservative white males so quote i didn't write this threat to mock white liberals or they're apparently disproportionate rates of mental illness. You shouldn't either said zack. Goldberg the doctoral candidate who consolidated that studies information and he series visuals posted them to twitter. Quote rather this is a question that's underexplored in which may shed light on attitudinal differences towards various social policies. In examining goldberg's thread ev. Magazine elizabeth contra argued that quote building resilience. We were talking about earlier about the victim thing. Building resiliency against hardship is the best weapon against depression and anxiety yet progressive ideology forces its followers to wallow in feelings of helplessness and victimhood. Instead of empowering women and minorities with self knowledge strength of character resilience to hardship progressivism encouraged victims to stay in a place of fear and helplessness. In quote with that statement entirely the same girl qendra stress stat white individuals are usually at the forefront of these movements whether or not the group being affected but observed that white guilt and savior. Narratives are pretty much as bad as any genuinely racist agenda because it robs the very group that they're trying to help of their own voice in quote so it's hard to argue with that. I can't but and you know what this and this is. This is a year old survey. Is anyone surprised no. I'm not surprised in the least man. We all.

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The Intermittent Fasting Episode

Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

09:51 min | 3 years ago

The Intermittent Fasting Episode

"All right so people out there who don't know what intermittent fasting is or why they should consider doing it. Can we talk a little bit about that. Just like a quick overview of what it is and is it solely for weight loss or other other benefits as well. Yeah that's a great question and I mean interface. Intermittent fasting in and of itself is just extended periods of not eating eating. And so there's a lot of different types which we can go into. But it's you know fasting for a period of time more than just an overnight fast which most of us do anyways unless you wake up in the middle of the night with a good president of us so you know and it's something really you know I know it's it's in the news now and it's very timely but it's around when you think about it in different religions and cultures all over the world for thousands of years so this is nothing new and I think if anything I'd love your audience understand that this really is not a diet fad. I this is one of the most scientifically validated and there continues to be more more and more research looking at different aspects of intermittent fasting and while many people started for weight loss. There's actually a lot of research showing that it helps. UPS with diseases like diabetes and prediabetes. When done correctly it can help with heart health and it can even help with longevity some some of the scientific basis of restricting food for a period of time that type of stress that that causes on your body can actually stimulate your or basically your cells to regenerate themselves better so there's actually maybe some anti-aging benefits to it and and healing benefits? Let's from this time restricting your food and fasting for certain periods of time so scientifically yes. Weight loss's a great bonus but even if you don't don't lose weight by doing this research has shown that you can help improve. How your body response to insulin? Thereby decreasing your risk of diabetes. And there's there's many different things it's actually very exciting and we're really starting to see more of the obesity meeting that. I went to actually in Las Vegas ironically in November are they did an entire symposium on this so this is really starting to move to the forefront of not just obesity medicine but general nutrition medicine a- as well that's amazing. I love hearing that because I have so many questions relating to that so before we even jump into those. Is there a period of time. That is a minimum period period of time to not eat in order to experience those benefits. Yeah I think most of the research looks at a minimum of sixteen hour fasts as your are easing into it. You can certainly start with even a twelve hour fast. I think there is clinical benefit to that And that really. You know if you think about historically how we used to eat before electricity and different Technology and that sort of thing really you would have dinner and then and when the sunset you know there wasn't much to do when you didn't have seven thousand channels on TV or Netflix or digital so people went to sleep so you know a seven to seven Kevin Window for eating. The twelve hours would be physiological but most of the research shows that it's really that sixteen hour mark of not eating and that where you begin to see the clinical benefits. And that's actually what I do. I do the sixteen eight and I was wondering and people out there are wondering as well L. is this. I know you're saying there other benefits but is it more of a calorie game like people are asking if they just sort of restrict their calories. Because if I'm only eating for eight hours I know him eating. Probably three to five hundred fewer calories than I normally eat on average if I eat those same number of calories and I spread it out throughout the day longer. You're you're saying that you won't lose weight quickly. You don't I'm saying that you're not gonna get all the benefits of it it it it's a different. It's different physiology. So that's simple caloric reduction what we're doing with intermittent fasting is. We're actually changing your metabolism your really voting by not giving giving the body fuel during a certain period of time. You get hormonal changes. That actually have benefits that far. Go beyond calories. So it's it's not the same at all there is actually something that's happening with our physiology with you know cell turnover with things called Mida Qendra. These are the powerhouses of your cell that generate energy. It's shown that increases the creation of new Mitochondria. I feel so much more energy doing it. What do report that? It's funny because I personally can't do it. I know that's crazy. I've tried it. I just I I really. I'm not sure which is is really important. Point is that there is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to the sort of thing so I choose to try to get my longevity benefits from exercise and stress management although I'm not very good at that but You know there was all these things happening in your body increases. Something called a tough Aji which is basically when your body is cleaning up. The birdie cells are the dead cells in your body that toxic wait. Fasting can actually improve a tough G. So there's there's all these things on a cellular and biochemical hammock level. That are probably a little bit more exciting to people like me but you benefit from those by doing it and you don't even realize like those big words so I've I've also heard and I have friends that do this and they're like. Oh why I have coffee but I put cream. I put creamer in the coffee and the sixty calorie rule and as long as you don't exceed sixty calories salaries then you're still considered in fasting mode. What are your thoughts on that you know? I haven't seen any data to support that m you know all the studies. I'm sure that calories sneak in there. I would say if you are going to do that. Probably what I would discourage you from having any sugary Greek calories so a little bit of cream that has more fat to it may be okay but The sugar which then will trigger release of incident to insulin can really offset any of the benefits so or at least interfere. You Know I. It's interesting because some people think you know if if you feel like your blood sugars dropping really hungry you WanNa grab like a gummy bear or something to give you instant energy but you're saying that with throw off the fast more so I'm saying that would probably when we look at you know hormones like insulin that are going to respond very quickly to blood. I mean that's what you're doing. You're getting your blood sugar. But you're also triggering a release of insulin so not that it completely d d You know defeats the purpose but if we're really trying to follow it for optimal benefits I think trying to limit That sort sort of thing. You know but I've never heard of a sixty calorie rule. That's probably something made a made up. It sounds really cute. But there's nothing magic about the sixty galleries as far as Zeina from a scientific standpoint and a lot of people also want to know like what if you're super hungry and you have headaches like does that just mean fasting is not for you or is that something that will go away after you do it for a few days. I never experienced those things so I don't I don't know but a lot of people are saying they feel very like they're gonNA faint and they're are really hungry so what should they do. Yeah I think it's but maybe they that's the type of person that should ease into it a little bit more and start get their body. You know the other thing. That is very very interesting. Is that You know there's something called metabolic flexibility. which is your body's ability to go between carbohydrates and fat as as a fuel source and maybe some of those people I mean? Most of us have ample supplies of fat that we should be able to drawn to keep our blood sugar figgers stable. And that's you know that to keep our energy levels up to fuel our body we have storage forms of of of carbs in our muscle. Everybody he does so you know I would say with somebody like that. I would try to ease into it a little bit more. You know. It's a complex question. I mean but then again I mean for me. I really have a hard time with it. I have tried it I do. I feel like I get very hypoglycemic and I don't like how. Oh that feels that my feel whether or not you know I skip breakfast or dinner and neither of those are good for me but but speaking of that you'll probably away. This may come up a little bit later but I think one of the biggest mistakes that I see with people who do intermittent fasting is choosing the wrong window and research is very clear that if your window is so for example if you do a twelve. PM To eight PM. That's worse for you than doing doing like a ten. Am to six PM. The earlier window is better. Because you're wait wait say that again. So you're saying you should not eat between twelve and eight it. It should your window of so for you. You have an eight hour window that you eat right. What time is that usually usually eleven to seven? Okay so yours adds no ten to six is better. That's what a lot of the research has been I think eleven to seven is more livable. The later it gets the worse it gets because what we know is that even if you're eating exactly the same thing we your body metabolize it different later in the day and in some cases I've seen with the time restricted feeding or intermittent fasting. They're all different names for the same thing with the later window. They actually have worse metabolic outcomes where their cholesterol and blood sugar get worse so the eating window is very important. So you can't save all of your calories and binge on a huge dinner and get the benefits. That's what I'm saying

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NAD+, Nicotinamide Riboside, and Nicotinamide Mononucleotide with Rhonda Patrick

FoundMyFitness

06:58 min | 3 years ago

NAD+, Nicotinamide Riboside, and Nicotinamide Mononucleotide with Rhonda Patrick

"I'm going to talk about a molecule that has become in recent eight years extremely relevant to the field of aging specifically. I'm referring to any D. plus which I will refer to. As N de for short and some of the related precursor molecules kills Nicotinamide riboside often referred to as an R. and nicotinamide mononucleosis tired often referred to as an these two precursor sir molecules are called an boosters which can both be found as consumer available supplements. Just in case. You've never heard of any. It's probably one of the most important molecules accuweather on the planet so important in fact that without it life would cease to exist to NATO boosters nicotinamide said nicotinamide mono nuclear tied at very high doses. This is an animal. Studies have both been shown to improve the way multiple tissues and cell types age including skeletal and heart muscle brain and stem cells. There have also I've been to preliminary clinical trials in humans showing nicotinamide riboside may raise energy levels in white blood cells. which is pretty darn cool however I still? I think there are many open questions that need to be answered regarding. Ad Boosters and I will touch on some of these concerns in this episode but the possibility that intracellular NASD may be increased from a supplement or several types of supplements is awfully interesting if not downright exciting for one. Simple reason energy levels decrease with age and a decrease in energy eighty levels across a variety of types of tissues is associated with many and naming many hallmarks of aging these hallmarks of aging that are associated with age related plated changes in the pool either directly or indirectly include things. Like loss of Proto. Stasis Might conroe Dysfunction Glucose Intolerance Insulin Insulin Resistance Cellular senescence altered epigenetics and more this is partly because the availability of promotes. DNA repair capacity while its decline is associated associated with the accumulation of DNA damaging reactive oxygen species another reason is because Nada's required for energy production so when energy levels decline as they do with age this results in less energy production in many tissues like the brain immune cells muscle etc.. That means those organs do not work as well as they once insted. During youth. When energy levels were maintained? Any ideas also required for the activation of a very important family of enzymes involved in longevity called Sir Tunes and the complete answer to why energy levels fall with age is still an open question. But there's a few things we do know. As we age chronic inflammation and immune activation two processes that consume NASD tend to go up and with them our need for DNA repair placing an immense demand on our energy pool. Meanwhile while our ability to produce and recycle tends to fall with age we're GONNA cover a lot of ground in this episode but I wanNA start with an overview of any D- Any any deal has a very important role in energy metabolism and can be synthesized in the body from a variety of dietary sources including the amino acid trip to fan which which is in tons of healthy foods like salmon spinach and nuts and the three forms of niacin which is vitamin B.. Three also found in foods like lean meats legumes veggies edges these three forms of vitamin B.. Three include nicotinamide also called Niacin nicotinic acid and nicotinamide riboside they are commonly referred to as Nice in equivalents but dietary sources of energy are not the major source of any D. The major source of energy is through a recycling mechanism that we will discuss later. The reason for that is because our organs require such large quantities of that it would be impossible to consume enough from our diet. So why why do we require such large quantities of any first and foremost energy plays a critical role in energy metabolism critical. Meaning without it. You can't make energy entity participates in back and forth processes of reduction and oxidation often referred to as Reebok's reactions these alternating conversions of NFC's oxidized form which Canady to its reduced form. An Age are crucial for the metabolism of glucose and fatty acids and the formation of ATP. Since both the oxidized is in reduced forms of amd are essential for these linked sets of reactions cells need to maintain massive concentrations of both and a D. and an age basically without these molecules. Not only would we cease to exist but life on our planet would cease to exist and it is also a cofactor for many different important enzymes in this context a cofactor means something that is required for an enzyme to work at has to bind to the enzyme and this activates the enzyme so it can performance function so. Let's talk about a few of these enzymes. Several these NATO required enzymes are inside the Mitochondria and this is another way and participates in the generation of energy aside from itself being a type of energetic currency it also acts as a cofactor for enzymes involved in the production of energy from glucose outside of the minor Qendra this is referred or to as glycolysis many types of cells us look like Hollis's as their primary source of energy. For example. Red Blood cells do not have any medical Andrea so one hundred percent of the energy. They require to perform their function of delivering oxygen and other goodies to other tissues in the body comes from glycolysis and plays a very important role in mitigating DNA. A damage you need repair damage to DNA. That is because any cofactor for one of the most important enzymes involved. In repairing DNA damage called part one the activation of part one requires an enormous amount of any D for example excessive DNA damage in subsequent one activation have been shown to decrease energy levels to twenty to thirty percent of its normal levels. The ability to repair DNA damage is important for longevity. LYMPHOBLASTIC cell lines established from blood samples of humans who were centenarians. One hundred years or older have significantly higher part one activity than cell lines established from younger individuals. That are seventy years old part. One activity has also been correlated with maximum lifespan. In mammals the higher the part one activity the longer lifespan. For example the activity of part one one was measured across multiple Mammalian species and the difference in powerpoint activity between the longest lived mammals tested which were humans and the shortest lived mammals tested. which were rats? It's was fivefold so not too much of a surprise but genomic stability which relies on energy in general and pop ones specifically maybe very important morton longevity is required to activate signaling proteins knowns or two which are highly conserved enzymes play roles in health span and longevity in multiple organisms uh-huh so to ends are linked to the regulation of variety of metabolic processes like the response to stress and the modulation of lifespan. The way they do this is through EPA genetic regulation so twins utilize ad to remove specific chemical structures called seal groups.

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Your plants hate when you touch them. Keep your green thumbs off!

Curiosity Daily

01:58 min | 4 years ago

Your plants hate when you touch them. Keep your green thumbs off!

"All know plants. Probably don't like getting burned to death by fire hawk raptors. Well, new research suggests there's something else they don't like being touched seriously plants do not like it. When you pet them. According to research, they have a very strong reaction to touch listen up. If you've got house plants and to be clear, scientists have actually known for a long time that plans don't wanna be your cuddle buddy in nineteen Seventy-three a plant physiologist named Mark Jaffe noticed that about half the plant species. He'd observed in a study had shown a slower rate of growth after they'd been touched daily after a few more days of no touching. They went back to their regular growth rate. He came up with a term for this big MO more fo- Genesis in nineteen ninety a plant biochemist named Dr Janet Brom discovered that this stunted growth happened because of a genetic change touching plant led to. A specific handful of its genes being activated which she named the touch jeans best forward to December twenty teen. When researchers at Latrobe university in Australia took a closer look at this phenomenon. They used to plant called fail crests which pumps its leaves with toxic mustard oil when insects attack the scientists stroke, the leaves of the plants with a soft paintbrush every twelve hours then measured their biological response at varying periods of time after each stroke. They found that within thirty minutes of being touched ten percent of the plant's genome had been altered at the site where the plants had been stroked. There might oh Qendra had ramped up their activating of genes known to suppress the touch response and the same thing had happened at other places on the plant that hadn't even been touched. Although that was to a lesser degree in the end repeated touching reduced plant growth by up to thirty percent. Plants may have developed this trade to detect the touch of other plants think about it when plants grow too close together, they get less light, and fewer nutrients growing smaller could be a way to make sure there's enough to go around. This new research might help farmers know exactly how far to space their plants to ensure they grow as big as possible. In the meantime, don't pet your plants. That's what cats are for

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