17 Burst results for "Scott Nelson"

"scott nelson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:17 min | 10 months ago

"scott nelson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Coram was Wide open, badgering the trail position. You just can't do that. Oh, my goodness. What an opportunity for Michigan as easy touchdown right there. I mentioned last week against you. Ronnie Bill had the post route. It's almost the exact same looking play where he just misses a wide open receiver. That should be an easy touchdown for the Wolverines. Reload on second intent from the Wisconsin 22 Milton. Hands to corner him Find some room up the middle spins off one tackle inside the 20 on down to the 18 yard line. He got four Should know. Had a shot at him for him Spun out of that sets up a third down and six finally brought down by Caesar Williams. His change of direction is just outstanding for Corby's A speed demon, but boy deceased, shifty. It all could have got So it is third and six from Michigan, two out of five on third down so far tonight. Open is gonna work out of the gun forum. Booze left receivers to the left side. One to the right. Milton takes takes give keeps it himself Got the first down and more inside the 15 inside the tent and down to the nine It'll be first and goal. Scott Nelson took him down there, but a good decision that time by Milton to tuck it in and take off. Corum actually thought he was gonna hand it off to a road slower. He actually turned around. What do you do when he thought there was gonna be a ball security issue? But finds the whole finds the lane inching closer to that goal line first and goal from the nine. Milton takes this time. He does give Coram over the left side, and he is trying to angle left. But as he does, he's taken down by Fae on Hicks got a yard down to the eight. It'll be second gold. From there. It looked like it was gonna break open to the outside. But Fiat hits really close because the speed would you look at forum. He's got the speed to get to the edge. Deepest penetration by Michigan tonight by far trailing 28 to nothing with the second goal from the eight Son Haskins into the game will line up behind Milton out of crystal formations. Schoonmaker, the tight end emotion sets up tight to the line left.

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"scott nelson" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"scott nelson" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Show everybody stand up wherever you are if you're on the interstate turn your lights on and give Scott Nelson a round of applause from Nelson exteriors hi Scott thank you everybody I can see is standing and clapping but they're all behind glass so you can't see or hear that Hey I'll take it for Scott Nelson my my my expert when it comes to citing we're gonna talk a little bit about saying we haven't talk citing much of the show lately because you haven't been on but now you're here so tell me this let's start with the very beginning Nelson exteriors new company new to W. S. B. hi if you've been listening in the last month or so you've heard the spots run but let's let's let's say I don't know anything about Nelson exteriors and I need siding on my house okay so I go to your website I set up an appointment then what's going to happen well someone from our office is going to reach out to you and try to set up a time that is convenient for you usually during the week we don't we run a few estimates on Saturday night on Sunday and that'll just start the consultation process we're not a hard sell company we like to be ourselves more as consultants come out and try to assess your needs and try to come up with a good solution to see we can do to help you with your home and that that a lot of time starts with Ron one which has the sighting of the new portion about on homes so what kinda citing do you offer it Nelson exteriors well we are a James hardy elite preferred contractor they have different levels of contractors that's the highest level we've gone through rigorous training and standards and things with them so how are you going to be main citing that we install we we do install some wood siding every once in a while for certain situations certain people cedar shake things like that but hardy plank is probably ninety nine percent of the sign that we do that's always good I remember when this show started in nineteen ninety Hardie plank was was like a nothing burger I mean nobody had heard of it it was big out in the northwest people don't think it would work in in the southeast but it was it was nothing and it's come on now to where I think it's the the the preferred sighting of housing in the southeast absolutely you're quite the Kleenex I'm citing what people think of it I'm sorry to make thank you hardy plank yeah I remember when when my father gave me their company in nineteen ninety six I remember finding out about are you playing and trying to use them on people's houses up in Alpharetta and **** and stuff like that and they looked at me like I was crazy I can one puts the men you know on their house if it's not clearly cements its assemblages of fiber board actually has wood fibers and it it's a green product the people people in ninety six and ninety seven you know look at me like I had a third eye and yet really interesting I know some of those people still and some of the houses we had are still in perfect shape you know here we are twenty twenty four twenty three years later I guess it doesn't warm praise doesn't work it doesn't ride it doesn't there's a cement doesn't crumble and fade away it does not it also you know has protection against pale termites woodpeckers is it more or less impervious now there are times where people have installed incorrectly that's the reason I recommend you get you know hardy either preferred or lead preferred contractor to install your siding because there are times when we see hearty installed incorrectly one of the biggest things done wrong is when they install it up against single like on a roofline and touching over time Warner can wash that away and can actually be laminated I explain to people it's like a do you ever go hiking in the nearby river and you see a river like you see a rock kind of carved out by the water water can do amazing things it can it can even destroy hardy plank if you step the hardy plank in a position where it's going to have water washing on it all the time but if you install it correctly it has a thirty year non prorated warranty but honestly it it will last the rest of anybody's life the first step in installing a whole house of hardi plank is to call Nelson exteriors on speaking with Scott Nelson right now in the home fix it hot line is hardy plank to me isn't something and even if I had a border to missing if I just had the old wood siding I might go to the big box store and buy a couple of pieces in go nail that myself but hardy plank I wouldn't even really think I could do two or three planks of it myself first of all it's heavy so I couldn't really do it myself second of all during any special saw blade on that writer I need to buy twenty five subways make six cuts on the we which you guys have I mean you carry that because you're a they preferred vendor is that what we yeah right you can borrow your vehicle dying instantly yeah the blade alone if you get the right ones can be fifty to a hundred dollars yeah and then yes you can buy some of the hardy at home at the box stores they don't have all the profiles so they they make it available usually different home depots in different areas actually Kerry different profiles because they kinda know the Marion area has different type of siding than say some of the Gwinnett county in downtown Atlanta even carries different it's really interesting but you can get the profile that matches a year you couldn't really do it yourself you need at least one person to help you because of the way and and things like that but but you know if you have someone help you you want the right blade the right nail gun you know you could do it yourself all right you know as well as I do as well as everybody listening to me here on the home fix it show on ninety five point five W. SP that it's rained for what seems like forty five straight days we haven't had I saw is that we haven't had for days without rain since Christmas time December twenty fourth two twenty seven doesn't matter the weather when you're installing my how are you planning on my house yeah the regime does that mean temperatures do not you know I'm like painting we can't paint when the logo's below thirty five but with hearty the temperatures don't matter and and once the house.

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"scott nelson" Discussed on The Ultimate Health Podcast

The Ultimate Health Podcast

13:35 min | 1 year ago

"scott nelson" Discussed on The Ultimate Health Podcast

"When it comes to red and near infrared light. Is there any blue light within those spectrums? Because what I'm getting at here. Is there so much talk in the health and Wellness? Spacey's days about blocking blue light especially before bed and the impact that that can have on decreasing Melatonin production. So is there any blue light and our devices safe to use in the evening? Yeah so our device is definitely do not deliver any blue light to your point. There's a lot of kind of awareness being raised about the damaging effects of blue light. I would agree. Yes that's the case but I think most of the most of the damaging effects effects brewlights come from overexposure to at night at the wrong time of day so blue light can actually be very very healthy if we're using it in the morning or during mid day right as part of the National Sunrise and sunset right it helps reset our Circadian Rhythm and tells her brain that we should be awake alert. But if you're watching TV or on your computers late at night or on your phone which most people are. That aren't aware of this. That bright blue and white light from a screen serves as a signal to your brain so your brain is telling your body. Wait a second. It's bright outside. You should be alert and awake and ready when in reality our brain should be telling our body to settle down and calm down. Begin to shift into a pair of sympathetic state in preparation for Sleep. And so that's where really a lot of the damaging effects come from blue light but again kind of coming full circle on this idea that different wavelengths of light have different effect on our bodies. Blue light is a perfect example. It can be beneficial in some categories but in others and when it comes to Melatonin and whether or not to use a device or read near for light device in the evenings I would say actually science says it's okay in fact that might be one of the more ideal times to use it as because there's some early evidence that suggests red light red near for light can stimulate Melatonin production. Actually I would say Using a juvenile evenings might be a good idea. Gotcha and coming back to our food analogy. We could take this. Even further and say the sun is like having a whole foods meal the juve is like the supplement. And then this junk like can be compared to having like junk food so it's not just taking in the healthy aspects alight. It's also blocking the unhealthy. It's not just about getting the good stuff. We have to worry about the bad stuff as well. We can eat such a healthy diet. Take the right supplements and then eat the junk. And then it's nullifying that a factor at least to some extent cell in the light realm. I think it's important that we go down that rabbit holes while totally the parallels are the crossover analogies between food and light. I think really helped kind of drive that point home but to get back to your question around like what do we do as a family. You mentioned earlier kind of like where were we at on the biohacking kind of pendulum. If you will actually I started juve. And where we at now? One of the things that we didn't really incorporate on a consistent basis. Kinda back in the early days. This is two thousand fifteen. Two Thousand Sixteen is wearing blue light blocking glasses. You know so the glasses that have the orange red tint on them and that's something that I mean if you're in this space is in New Orleans innovative right blue light blocking glasses. They've been around a bit but if you're new to the kind of the natural health seen you may have seen this right people wearing those kind of this funky looking glasses. But that's the one modality. One of the few modalities that I personally can point to. That yields a ton of dramatic differences in terms of my sleep quality. If I don't wear blue light blocking glasses at night and the TV is on. Or I'm having to like pound out some work on a computer. There's no doubt I noticed that like qualitatively but then I I use the ordering one hundred percent can can see it in my sleep as well. There's no doubt about it. So in the incorporation of blue light blocking glasses once the sun sets. And if you WanNa Kinda live a normal life and still like us. Us light and use the TV. I would highly highly recommend incorporating blue light blocking glasses. Pretty inexpensive and our entire family wears wants the sunsets. Everyone's got him on our seven year. Old All the way up to our sixteen year old so yes super easy to incorporate very inexpensive as well and we also love the program. Irs on our computers. We have night shift on our phones at one thing we've been doing. This is more recently while I shouldn't say more recently. It's been an evolution over the years but I feel like we're finally getting to a really good spot is changing. The lightbulbs wrote the House. So we were really into the led bulbs and then we got led. Bob Sauer lower on the Kelvin scale. And now we're getting into incorporating incandescent light bulbs as well. We have these bulbs called bedtime bulbs that were experimenting with. And I just think this is such an important topic for people to really consider what lighter exposing their body to it really really is and two years. You're -nology like going back to food. I don't want to just kind of you know kill. This killers analogy too much but it really is. The equivalent of eating high glycemic like snack food at night. You're doing that type of injustice to your body if you're not more cognizant of this and all of these things are really pretty simple to do you know even if you start with like low hanging fruit like changing out. You know a bright white. Led to a incan a warmer incandescent bulb. That's super easy to do you know and wearing Blue Light. Blocking glasses is very inexpensive very very easy to do. You know my wife and I actually have recently picked up. A couple of those casper. Glow lights is desktop light It's Kinda cool. The way it functions in works very very warm you can easily turn it down the dim it very very warm and it's so great if you actually want to see in your room at night but yet not be exposed to kind of that junk hypoglycemic light if you will. It's really important and I again. I wouldn't consider myself like to down the biohacking kind of rabbit trail per se but being more cognizant of that bright light at night is so so impactful and you know it's interesting right before this. This podcast here. That we're recording Had A conversation with Dr Bruce. Who's kind of well known as the sleep? Doc shows up a lot of mainstream media outlets has been on the show. Okay that's great. He's the first one to say like if you're not doing that if you're not blocking out like a lot of that light night it's tremendously impactful for your sleep and so now it's very simple steps but so much of kind of just fall into a routine. Were whatever reason we don't follow through with that easy stuff but really really important and I think a first step for a Lotta people if they're gonNA start switching out some their light. Bulbs is pick a lot of the the room. Say you're going to be in in the evening and before you go to bed. So maybe switch out your bedroom lights in your living room lights to these incandescent and then just don't turn the led lights on at night. Yeah you got it. You got it and doesn't have to be a whole house switch as an example just to be more practical like in our house in our kitchen our kitchen living area. They're not great light bulbs we don't use them very much right so like at night. Once the sun sets we'll turn on lamps that are much much warmer on the Kelvin scholars. You mentioned that aren't disruptive to Circadian Rhythm Again. Very easy to do like you don't want to mess around with shopping light bulbs in your master bedroom. Get something like those Casper. Glow Lights as it Mitch. And I'm I'm sure there's even more alternatives but those little things make a really big difference in pick yourself up. You know some blue light blocking glasses as well so those are against superchief in their super easy to wear at night. And how does the device compared to a light therapy box? I know a lot of people. Use these for seasonal affective disorder. Sad are we getting the same benefits or some of the same benefits from achieve. Yeah this topic is extremely interesting to us. Especially during this time of year right in January. The middle of the winter were. The days are extremely short from a light perspective. Anyway some people are either extremely long. Because you don't get a lot of light but nonetheless kinda talking about the same thing but yeah a light happy lamp if you are a sad lamp is technically a light therapy device right. It's delivering bright white light again. Those wavelengths of light bright white light serve as a signal to our brain. And so you know someone that suffers from seasonal affective disorder during long stretches of the year where there's not a lot of bright white light they can kind of feel more depressive and that speaks to really the importance of natural sunlight. A Happy Lamp. There's definitely some decent evidence published clinical studies that showcase these bright white light devices are equivalent to some of the antidepressant meds for people that suffer from seasonal affective disorder and when it comes to our devices devices that deliver red and near infrared light again. We're delivering different wavelengths of light our bodies respond to these wavelengths of light differently but there's really early compelling evidence and we're going to be doing more of this type of research as well that showcases that people that do suffer from seasonal affective disorder can actually be beneficial when it comes to exposing yourself to read near-infrared light as well and the advantage is that red and near infrared light you get more bang for your buck. It's way more beneficial across other areas of your body beyond just kind of the mental health aspect. We would argue that if we can showcase that official for sad or seasonal affective disorder. Like why not go with that option because again delivers so much more value? Instead of just a you know a happy lamps or light therapy as you mentioned earlier. You mentioned Vitamin D. Is there any research showing that Juve can help produce vitamin D or is that still non existent isn't any published science? That suggests that that we're aware of it. It's a question that often comes up just because most people that are new to this have been to a tanning bed our familiar with like I wanna Tan my skin. Maybe not the not the best way possible. But as a benefit you do some cases depending on which tanning that you're using your body can produce more vitamin D but yeah with Juve Device. That delivers red and near infrared light yet. You're not getting that benefit of more. Vitamin D production early not based on any public science and another concern for a lot of people when it comes to electron devices. Ems some just curious. Have you guys done testing to see what kind of ems coming out of the Jew? Or what does that look like? That topic is trending and people are becoming a lot. More aware of dirty electricity delivered from device. I think maybe the pendulum swing a little too far in the direction. Like anything you kind of need to have a balanced approach to this but e maps were certainly very very cognizant of it in fact just Melissa. We've mentioned earlier at the outset of this conversation. What are their sons is very very sensitive to ems and so it's been something that's been on our radar since day one and with our existing devices. We've taken a lot of extra precautions to try to minimize ems as much as possible for device. That's plugged into a wall. You're always GONNA get some. Ems with devices plugged into electricity. But we've taken a number of different steps Whether it's shield power chords encasing are led drivers with certain material that helps prevent or lower as much as possible. There's a number of different things that we've considered are still considering doing because it's definitely something that we always WanNa maintain our strive to do is reduce. Ems as much as possible but kind of the Nice thing about light therapy device or high quality light therapy devices that if it's delivering enough power you don't have to use it very long. I mean if you're using it for eight to ten minutes I mean that's not a long period of time much different than if you're sitting in front of a computer or something like that. That's different living a lot of ems over a long period of time. Much much different story right. That's a good point but I'm happy to hear there on your radar. Yeah definitely and it's one of those things where I mean. Fortunate and unfortunate right that WANNA JUST MELISSA. Sons is very very sensitive. You know from his perspective but it's also like something that we're very very aware of because of that..

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"scott nelson" Discussed on The Ultimate Health Podcast

The Ultimate Health Podcast

09:25 min | 1 year ago

"scott nelson" Discussed on The Ultimate Health Podcast

"So think about it. Like sunlight is like your full course. Meal that's delivering very very you know natural combination of proteins. Carbs fats. This type of therapy doesn't replace you know natural sunlight because it's very natural. Sunlight in moderation is very very extremely beneficial for our bodies and think drastically underappreciated but the reality is that most of us can't spend enough time in natural sunlight in fact there's a pretty well known statistic at least here in the US that Americans now spend ninety three percent of time indoors under artificial light and so at scale over the course of prisons lifetime. That's a lot of time away from the sun and if you kind of are into sort of the ancestral movement and really trying to think about more natural ways that our ancestors used to enhance biology physiology. Sunlight is one of those factors must completely free but are devices deliver a very specific wavelength within that broader spectrum that sunlight deliver so our devices deliver red and near infrared light. Those two very specific wavelengths have been shown to resonate very well with ourselves through the cellular respiration process to produce more energy. And so that's why we've really tried to maximize our optimize around very very specific wavelengths within that broader spectrum. So an analogy. I just came up with. I think this works would be taking like you mentioned having a whole meal. So having a whole foods organic local meal would be like the sun and then Juve could be like a supplement like vitamin C. So a more specific concentrated form of something. You're getting from the sun you got it. And that's the best way to think about a high quality light. Therapy device is a supplement. It's not a panacea. It's not GonNa fix all your problems are you that. There's a lot of sides to support it but it's a supplements a way to supplement an organic whole food kind of platter. It's a way to kind of supplement with very specific macronutrients. If you will and you mention Saunas there let's get into this different spectrum of Light. Which is far infrared light. We have a juve and we also have a sauna and they serve two different purposes. I could see how maybe some people could get confused and think that you know one could be substitute for the other but talk about that other spectrum light and how it's different than what we're getting from the Jif Jesse. That's a great question. I love the fact that you've got both right and I think that's the most important distinction is they're they're both really great therapies. But they're just different in terms of how our bodies respond to them. It all kind of goes back to the the at least the wavelength or the mechanisms. That are happening. When you use these two different therapies and said we've talked already about the mechanisms at play when it comes to light therapy using red and near infrared light our bodies respond very very specifically to those wavelengths of light. But when you talk about Saunas. Let's just use infrared saunas because that's probably the most causes may be the most confusion for most people are really high quality. Infrared Sauna is going to deliver far infrared wavelengths as you just pointed out and that's a really important distinction because again our bodies respond differently too far infrared wavelengths far infrared wavelengths both mid and far infrared wavelengths do a great job at producing heat which is ideal for the purposes of Asana. That's different than what light therapy is doing. What photo by modulation is doing so there is different? It's kind of like comparing weight training. Or maybe like hi. Hit training to long distance running. Depending on your views on long distance running there can be some benefits to both. But they're not the same on a long distance five to seven Mile Jog. You're likely not going to be like doing. Dumbbell curls right there's just different you typically gonNA use those two modalities indifferent or training regimens in different ways. And that's the best way to think about the differences between like a photo by modulation or like therapy device in heat or sauna based therapy so when it comes to light therapy and using a juvenile specific example. How often would you recommend somebody go about using it? Daily uses ideal. But if you're using it three to five times a week and using it consistently that's probably the most straightforward answer. That question is if you're using like Ju for kind of proactive or preventative. Kinda general. Health and wellness. Three plus times per week is great and in terms of actual the use of the device specifically it depends on which one you have. We have kind of a patented modular system that allows kind of similar to lay blocks allows you to kind of start with one device and then add another one to it over time which allows you to kind of build out a full body system. If you don't WanNa go all in from the get-go and that's kind of cool because you can kind of get your feet wet with a smaller device and really the only differences with that are in the area of your body that you're treating and if you have one of our smaller devices it's GonNa delivered the same type of energy dose to your body as our larger systems. Would the major difference is just the coverage area? You're treating one aspect of your body versus the whole thing depending on which device you have but let's use a full body as an example. Let's use the duo. That's the product that we use. The duo do that for most people. That's going to treat kind of head to toe and has a decent width to it. So you're gonNA stand about six inches away presuming. It's just hanging from door like we recommend you're gonNA stand about six inches away from the device for about eight to ten minutes and that's about it. Most of our people try to most of our cut. Her people call them our people our community our customers. They'll typically try to work it into their daily routine so whether it's in the morning or in the evening they'll find eight ten minutes throwing a podcast. You know maybe look at social media are either email and they'll just stand there for eight to ten minutes in front of the device. That's what I typically do. Put a podcast on and get two for one. But you mentioned eight to ten minutes per side or total. Yes so it kind of depends on on what you're using it for so let me give you an example so like with me personally. I don't have any back issues At least that I'm aware of it's not like I have back pain. That bothers me every now and then so for me. I have our juve elite device which is our largest system from head to toe and from side to side. So I actually stand on VIBE PLATE. The bulletproof five plate for eight to ten minutes in front of that device just on the front side of my body. Because I'm just using it for kind of proactive preventative health. Now maybe I had a history of back pain or maybe there was something like on the backside maybe I was super into weight training and I had sore lattes or something like that I would flip around and treat the back side of my body as well so eight to ten minutes per side but most of the time. I'm just treating the front side of my body because it's not like the backside is necessarily bothering me to a great degree. I guy so it's very situational. It is it is and you mentioned stacking. The vibration played in there. Have you tried any other thing stock in the men while you're moving superstition question and I think we've KINDA WANNA study this out in more detail because we have some people that do some really interesting things so there's some decent science that supports vibration therapy. So that's why I kind of tend to incorporate it but it's super easy to do you're standing there anyway. So why not do that as well I think. A lot of people will incorporate some sort of like binomial beats or sound while they're ju- because that's super easy to do and that's typically within the context of mindfulness meditation. We have a large customer base that uses a Jew for purposes so incorporating sound is super easy way to do it. I'm trying to think what other ways I've seen people do. Some people will do like ozone or hydration therapy while standing in front of a device but again it's Kinda it's so simple to use and you're standing there so like if there's other additive or theoretical synergistic things that you could do in those ten minutes like you know why not and the listener might be wondering if this is totally new to them. What's it like when you're actually standing in front of the Juve and if they're kind of thinking sawn as something like that it's important to point out that basically you're not really feeling anything if anything you're feeling a bit of warmth coming out of the? I believe it's the red bulbs and that's about it. Yeah Yeah you're right. There's not a lot of the one to one feedback loop is really not there. There's not really something tangible. You're gonNA feel per se. It feels kind of like a seventy degree day in southern California. You'll feel a little bit a like a small amount of heat. And that's actually from the near infrared wavelength because near infrared actually does proves a little bit of heat but it can penetrate deeper into your body's but it does produce a little bit of heat so yeah it's a little bit warm. Most people kind of report back from a qualitative standpoint just feels good you kind of drawn to and it just kind of feels good but unless you're using it like in a closet or something that doesn't that's very confined you you're gonNA sweat like you're doing. Asana so nothing like that at all now not at all. It's very comfortable and thanks for correcting me. It's not the red that produces heat. It's near infrared. You got also point out to people. Might you know when they first get be wondering. Only half the lights are coming on. What's going on here? But the near infrared actually doesn't produce visible light. So you're not going to actually see anything totally spot on We tend to see this question more and more early on when people get their get their device in half half the led's were or eliminating thinking something was wrong with the device but yeah it's the near infrared is invisible to the naked eye are devices. Have a mode switch where you can split between red near-infrared or have delivered both at the same time and if you just have the near-infrared on you can't see a faint glow from the led chips if you're using both bright red light in conjunction with invisible near-infrared. Now the red just rounds that faint glow out but really the most common question when it comes to read near infrared light is. What's the difference between the two? I would argue. There are some mechanism. Cellular mechanisms are a little bit different. But for the most part it's depth of penetration. That's the major difference. Red Light is most of that. Energy is absorbed in the superficial layers.

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"scott nelson" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

10:25 min | 2 years ago

"scott nelson" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

"Infrared light can penetrate through bone and actually stimulate some of the neurogenesis that I mentioned that. snape genesis that I mentioned so creating nuisance synapses cre- new new new nerve tissue enhancing cerebral blood flow etc.. Let's talk about power. How much power we're talking about when it comes? The infrared light. Obviously human beings. Don't have the ability to see it right it's part of that wavelength of light. That's coming out of a device that's there but what are the measurements Winston and what kind of power are you talking about to to see the impact in an in some of these conditions that we're going to be that were referencing yet. And I think I think for most most sort of like wellness benefits. Like if you're not maybe trying to treat a specific thing I think power is a little bit less important. As long as it's it's it's you know medical great power and what I mean by that is if you're picking up a cheap device on Amazon as an example that's not supported by any sort of like independent diagnostic data. Probably I'd probably like you the question that a little bit highly likely that it's a pretty underpowered device but when you're using a a higher power device for the purposes of of of penetrating through Brown through bound for brain health benefits yet does need deliver a fair amount of energy. I mean we're talking about if the the term that's the measurements often used just as a photon flocks which is the amount of energy that's delivered from the device and arguably more important would be. How much energy your body's actually absorbing So you you need you definitely need a higher powered device. You can still see benefits from a lower power device you just have to use them for a prolonged period of time and so I think that's that's just an important point to consider. Is that like make sure like you know. Any device that you consider is is supported by independent third party diagnostic dated for certain I certain amount for the ability to generate a certain amount of jewels of energy for your body to absorb. That's one thing that That's one thing to consider but the the other side of the equation is were were in conjunction with really well known photo medicine. Researchers were learning more about dose responses. And I think think for certain issues like treating symptoms of Parkinson's or Alzheimer's for example. We're learning more and more that actually the dose is pretty important When it comes to those types of conditions and so if you're looking for enhanced memory tension faster reaction times kind of more general wellness benefits maybe not as an important? The the dosage isn't as important but when it comes to treating Parkinson's treating Alzheimer's Maybe treating TB ICT's etc.. In a really honing honing in on on on the dose is becoming more and more important And so that's generally speaking. I I hate to sound kind of vague around that. But that's that's really where like you now. Now for those certain conditions. It's really best to speak with a practitioner. That's familiar with light therapy. That can help kind of optimize that that dose-response speaking of Alzheimer's Summers has there been any research that's out there in the space of Alzheimer's or dementia as a whole which you know over fifty million people suffer with an America and it's growing every day. What's the research show about? Red Light therapy and that condition. Yeah this whole aspect of kind of brain brain health as an example. It's it's one of these really really emerging categories in fact Dr Arena who I mentioned earlier discussion. He he actually just sent me a paper when he called it. The the buckets paper and it was in essence. A it was it was small. Small participants is that basically created these. Diy Home Devices that were sit on your head kind of similar like maybe the the led hats that are being used for hair growth as an example but these were these were delivering near infrared light and it was it. It looked like something from back to the future future. What's the guy's name with white hair? Daca doc something Docs something. What's his name? Louis Dot Brown Dr Al Literally. It'd be something like you'd see Doc Brown using But what what I think is his email was like Scott. Check this out. Has Ah leaves me with two feelings one super pumped about like how how much. These patients are responding patients with Parkinson's Alzheimer's dementia really really difficult to treat conditions. How amazing the responding to two simple light therapy near infrared light therapy but on the flip side like there was a clear difference between D.? Like in in their dose responses. Some people responded very favorably to certain doses while there's a mediocre an insignificant response and so We're learning more and more about that so it's hard for me to say. Hey you need to look for this type of energy for this application. But I think it's becoming more and more important for some of these like Some of these very specific health conditions that dose that that that energy dose that your brain is receiving is becoming really really important to consider and part of the functional medicine. Monaco model that Dr Hammond and other practitioners you know teach and practice is that You know it's not one thing that led to this this disease So it's not going to be one one cure so red light therapy in addition to to diet in addition to all these factors. That are there that you're looking at for a patient. A high percentage of patients that have Alzheimer's and dementia also have mold colonies and their nasal cavity. That's they're often have high levels of heavy metal and the the I guess the moral of the story is that maybe there might not be one study that comes out and says this is linked to the vast reduction of but could be part of the overall approach of reducing the impact of something like Alzheimers. And and I think that's what functional medicine practitioners get excited about especially especially when something like near Red Light. Therapy is like you know the side effects night. There's not really any side effects it and that's what I was just going to say because I want to leave the listeners. With something they can take home right. I don't want to leave it vague. This topic vague. I think the overarching point point is is that exactly. It's it's hard to sort of overuse near infrared light. You know there is certainly a kind of a what appears to be law of diminishing returns meaning that you can't just use it for hours hours and hours and hours and expect ten twenty thirty x the results you do. You do reach kind of a time period. Where basically your cells just stopped responding spawning almost need a break because remember you're stimulating? Your Mitochondria to produce more energy so chronic exposure to anything is probably not a good thing even water. Yeah water exactly. That's the analogy actually quite often. It's kind of like it's hard to drink too much water you can. You can have exactly the same the same kind of concept. I told you when it comes to light therapy so hard to do too much. But if you're if you've got a family member a friend a loved one. That's like has Parkinson's Alzheimer's and you're you want your your into this concept of using a safe natural kind of holistic treatment. That's where we'd we'd say let's help you like identify a practitioner that semi familiar semi familiar with this. And maybe help that. Petitioner connect with a photo medicine richer researcher to maybe optimize the dose in that scenario where they can they can reap the most benefits in the shortest hortus amount of time. And do you guys do that. People can reach out to Juve and you can do a little bit of practitioner matchmaking. We do we do. We have as an example. We have coming unique feature goner site. Actually that allows people to query a database of over three thousand studies about a wide variety of conditions. So we get that question. A lot does like their behalf with XS light. Therapy help help with why so. That's a very easy to use resource and then if it if it we we have a a a really really high quality support team in place that if a customer needs like another level of support we'll try to make the connection just because we we know the the group of Kol's that's you know thought leaders. Physician researcher the thought leaders. That's working on a certain topic and we'll try to help. Help connect to connect people together super exciting so I mean not that. There's a lot of people that are suffering from Alzheimer's and dementia. There's a lot of people you know if serve you're listening you're like okay. Is it for these chronic conditions. That are there. It's for a lot more than that. Seasonal affective disorder. Something that a lot of people from I primarily lived on the east coast. I grew up in a little state of Delaware. Shout out to all my peeps from Delaware And every winter from pretty much a young age I would notice that once it starts getting like super cloudy private. Coal doesn't can help. There's a genuine shift in my What are we send with? Red Light Therapy and seasonal affective disorder. And I think I can completely relate. I grew up in the upper midwest. And so this time of year recording this in in late October you know you're kind of staring down sort of the the long the long winter of gray skies in in cold temps you know so I can I think anyone that's lived in those types of climates can relate to this and and there's no doubt where you're seeing this more and more covered in the media this time of year to where it's like you know anyone who's suffering from seasonal dip Some sort of seasonal depressive disorder or anything related to that it's a very real thing Most of the research historically is related to bright white light bright white light therapy so use and then periodically people buying like these. Ge Light Saudi lamb lamb all the stuff. And there's actually there's a couple like decently structured studies that showcase the fact that when compared to a like a pharmaceutical drug the patients actually received similar benefits to using a happy lamb so that even blue lamps. Yeah Yeah right blue or bright white light and so so again. Another kind of we start off the conversation talking about how our bodies respond to these different wavelengths of light in different ways I would argue people that suffer from sad or some sort of seasonal depressive disorder. Probably shouldn't be using therapy at night. Because that's going to disrupt their circadian rhythm. It's GonNa be almost a signal to your brain that you should be wide awake it will. It will create the slowing down the production of Melatonin. Exactly lead to a hard time falling asleep but but when US maybe in the morning or midday that's actually a good signal to your brain that you're you should be producing more core cortisol. You should be a alert and awake. So there's definitely some science that supports that there's no doubt We're beginning to learn more and more about actually red.

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"scott nelson" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

09:40 min | 2 years ago

"scott nelson" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

"And so this concept of like our bodies metabolising different wavelengths of light is not really knew when you kind of you. You know kind of set the foundation for some of those parallel examples that I mentioned but I think that's that's where we have to start in answering some of these. Some of these basic questions is that our bodies just the do they respond bond to light in various ways some negative some positive and at the at the highest of levels these certain wavelengths of light actually within a very narrow spectrum red red and near infrared light to be more specific the actually helped the Mitochondria and ourselves powerhouse the engines of ourselves produce more energy and there's some various mechanisms of action that will talk about but that's that's the core mechanism of action these red and near infrared wavelengths of light stimulate the engines the Mitochondria ourselves to produce more of this energy and ourselves dysfunction function better and because of that core micahel activity that's why you see such wide ranging benefits that are all proven based on published peer reviewed science like these wide ranging aging benefits. That I just mentioned they're they're very wide. There's a lot of them but it all sort of hearkens back to that main core mechanism of action. Yeah and what's exciting is first of all. Thank you for being here. We don't have a lot of people that have products that come on the podcast but the reason we wanted to have you on when our team connected with you is in your team. Is that a really see. You and your co founders as advocates for light therapy and sometimes it technology is so new that you need the people who are actually making it to come on and start spreading the word and and you guys didn't invent red light therapy. It's been studied. It's been out there. Nassar used to use it and probably still does for growing plants and working with the astronauts Johnson space but you guys popularized it to the level and degree that I almost think of it as like you know. This is a new health technology. And we'll think about it the same way you know no in hopefully in five ten years fifteen years. We'll be thinking about it. The same way that we think Abou- like doing Asano or eating organic foods just part of our health routine so takes to the origin stories. How did you and your co founders? How did this first idea? Red Light therapy come into your world old. And when did you decide to create a company out of it sure it's not too dissimilar to like start up stories you know you you specially can relate to these the story Drew drew but this was back in early. Two Thousand Fifteen We were based in Minneapolis. At the time I spent most of my professional career in traditional midtech and that's like the Silicon Valley for the medical device Vice Space Minneapolis and my wife and then her sister purchased a I'm using air quotes for the listeners. Hear a red light therapy package at a local SPA in Minneapolis. This was long dark winters. It at home or was it at the spot self at the spot self so you had to go to the SPA. You know three four five times a week you the sort of sell them in packages which a a lot of spas do and they were faithful. I mean this was kind of the dearth of Minneapolis winner. You know short short days harsh winters etc.. And they've they've always been interested in alternative health natural health remedies and the seemed to be interesting. There wasn't a lot of like go to go to resources at the time in early. Two thousand in fifteen around light therapy unless you wanted to go deep on pubmed but they went faithfully for over the over the course of eight to twelve weeks four to five times a week and actually saw some some really nice benefits related to their skin primarily their skin but also just because he had skin issues right. Yeah I don't believe you. I don't know if if it was your wife Liz or her sister Melissa but somebody somebody was dealing with Excema. Yeah yet my my my sister-in-law Melissa so my my wife's sister Melissa historically is kind of had challenges with with eggs Emma. They both have multiple pregnancies. So stretch marks in those kind of age spots that come with just come with aging and multiple pregnancies so yeah they saw really really good Benefits when it comes to You know sort of the aesthetic skin issues so to speak but they also just felt a lot better right. They noticed they were sleeping. Better had more more energy was there's like Sounds you know fairly qualitative. But the they're just they're alertness was was was Was Enhanced from from these These light therapy sessions having said that it. It's difficult to go to a commercial setting three four five times a week for that long of a period of time and so and what were they charging roughly. Yeah it's it's hard to do that and it's expensive right. I think I can't remember the package price but it was like I don't know twenty odd sessions. Something like that for five six hundred bucks like that. Yeah so it gets it gets pricey for sure not to say that's not a great way to get introduced into a different therapy for sure but doing that over and over again is just you you know inconvenient and and not not budget friendly by any stretch of the immagination so Melissa was like I. I really love this. I want something that I can use it home and really really i. I want the rest of my family to use it. And so she you know is is a great researcher Did a ton of research you know dug pretty deep on the topic and there really wasn't like I said before. There really wasn't like a lot of great information resources on on the web at that time at the time this was early two thousand fifteen and then from a product standpoint it was really kind of regulated to super expensive kind of laser based devices that you'd really only find in a commercial setting. We're talking you know. Five ten fifteen twenty thousand dollars or like small underpowered handheld devices that I usually see that a lot of aestheticians have got it and they sell it to their patients to improve their skin and some people do see results from that. But they're not very powerful yet you got the they're very small so you're limited to the a a a pretty pre treatment area and because they're underpowered you just have to use it for a prolonged period of time and that's just hard I mean I mean there's not a whole lot of people that are are going to use the device for thirty forty five sixty minutes a day. It's just not not compliance around that is pretty difficult and so sh- Melissa was able to convince her her husband Justin. WHO's an engineer? Hey can you just like the ask is pretty simple. It's like can you just like find something that we can use it home built ourselves. I don't care what it looks like. Just find me something that we can. We can all use at home. And so that's that's sort of like the the very origin story of Juve. Like he started messing around with some prototypes dug. Deep on a couple of different Kind of what we consider credit devices that were kind of laser based really trying to in China the whole goal was can we deliver a clinically relevant dose of energy in a small period of time. And ideally over a broad surface area. So you could get really full-body the body treatments so that was kind of the core kind of sort of vision that we that that that we had for for a product or at least just Melissa had at that time and then they started to me in the conversation and like I said before. I was super skeptical as like. This is just another kind of Woo Nudo. Because you'RE IN MED tech. Exactly I'm working on stents and balloons for arteries. I'm not going to deal with like some red light therapy. But they were pretty passionate about it and they saw results and I was like I'm just going to pubmed searches just to kind of you know. See if there's any any any any Any proof in the pudding so to speak in like sure enough like I started doing doing a bunch of queries on pubmed. I was like wait a second. There's like I'm getting the like five five six seven eight pages deep on pubmed like endless amount of science and I'm like why why is there is no in talking about this right. You know like across the board. It's hard to find a studied that didn't showcase positive results but like it's really really difficult unless you WanNa go deep on the like the technical aspects of light therapy. It's hard to find anything on the web about like. How does this really work? And what is it actually doing. And so I thought to myself well. There seems to be a product kind of gap. You know or gap after the marketplace when it comes to products that you could use it home and then there's no one really kind of raising awareness in a sort of a consumer friendly way around the science of light therapy and it's like Maybe there's the thing here and so that that's kind of that's the sort of the impetus for us kind of starting its earnings you back in two thousand and and what was your first experience with it. So you're looking on pubmed. You're okay. This isn't bullshit. There's actual science that's there and like a lot of really interesting technologies or science or research Sometimes in the academic setting just Kinda sits sits a little bit It sits until somebody often business people in partnership with scientists. Come and say. How do we make this available to the public? which is what I appreciate what you guys doing? What was your first session? How long before you actually try the machine out and what were some things that you noticed again? Everybody's different So maybe you weren't dealing with skin issues. Did you notice any improvements anything else. Yes I'm like a science for Sky and light. Therapy is one of the one of the medalla where there's not like the feedback. Loop is not one to one. It's not not like a quick feedback loop and so you have to believe that the science is there So I'm like that's where I started. It's like there's so much science to support this like it it has to work But in terms of like the benefits that I I received primarily a notable Hanson sleep. That was what I would say. That's probably one of the top things that people have back. Even my sister who's using one of the Juve lights right now when I was asking you about it because I've done some red light therapy. I'm like not consistent with it. I and I've only used your device. Inconsistently part of this interview is also get me excited. Is it more regularly. But I asked my sister and I gave her the device that I had to use it and she said I've just been noticing sleeping a lot. Better Yeah Yep so that. That's probably that's one of the big benefits I've noticed certainly with consistent uses use over time I think everyone experiences appearances skin benefits enhanced Collagen production and a little bit less wrinkles smoother kinda fuller looking skin. So I've noticed those and then The other the other benefit that is I this was back in this kind of testing prototypes..

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"scott nelson" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"scott nelson" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"On the Scott Nelson murder trial for the past few days today, late this afternoon. The jury made its decision guilty on four charges including first degree murder. I to be with women charge in Dighton. We the jury guilty kidnapping two. On the stand yesterday Nelson admitted that he killed Winterpark personal assistant Jennifer Fulford almost two years ago, he described how he did it and on Monday, will learn if he'll be getting the death penalty. The house ethics committee, launches an investigation into Florida. Congressman, Matt gates for tweets to Michael Cohen back in February congressman gates tweeted to President Trump's former lawyer, quote, hey, Michael Cohen to your wife and father in law. No about your girlfriend's maybe tonight will be a good time for that chat. I wonder if she'll remain faithful when you're in prison, she's about to learn a lot. It was on the eve of Cohen's public testimony about the president gates later tweeted an apology saying it was not his intent to threaten any should have chosen his words better. Gene Wexler, News ninety six point five WDBO. Former vice president, Joe Biden spent his day defending his civil rights record after a blistering attack during the presidential debate last night in Miami. Speaking at the coalition convention in Chicago today, Biden insisted that he has made a lie. Lifetime commitment to civil rights, the department of Justice is broadening its investigation of Boeing, aircrafts the Seattle times reporting federal prosecutors have subpoenaed Boeing's records on production of its seven, eighty seven Dreamliner, eight thirty three at news ninety six point five WDBO, our kids better off in an intact family. You bet they are. This is Joe Cordell of the domestic litigation firm, Cordell and Cordell kids living in a house. So with married parents do better in school. They're emotionally healthier in the more likely to stay out of trouble with the law..

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"scott nelson" Discussed on 15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warrior’s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations

15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warrior’s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"scott nelson" Discussed on 15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warrior’s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations

"This is fifteen minutes of freedom. I'm your host ridell. And today have a special guest one of the founders of Juve red light therapy. Scott Nelson coming from southern California, Scott, how are you today? Awesome. Matt nice to be on on the show. And I'm glad you consider me special, dude. So glad I consider you special. You have literally in the past thirty days changed my outlook on life here in in in central Ohio. Right. It's negative five degrees outside and I can still get light exposure with your product. So of course, you're very very special. Appreciate that. Honestly excited for the conversation. And thanks got. So I'm going to jump right in with the question. Four my listeners if they were to do one thing to increase light exposure right now and the benefits that come from light exposure. What would you recommend people? Do first thing is don't go by our device or any other device. I think first thing if I I would do is similar to how most people think are treat, you know, macronutrients, you know, when they want to start eating healthier. I would just become more awareness of your exposure to natural light. That's first and foremost just be more cognizant of it on a daily basis with the in goal of slowly increasing your natural light on a on a daily or in any sort of consistent basis. Really? And when I see by natural light is you know, if at all possible if you live in a climate that gets halfway decent sunlight throughout the year trying to get outside more don't don't turn. Don't expose yourself to you know, white artificial light all day try to get some of the natural good stuff. And you know, there's there's a process where you wanna probably slowly work up over time. But just just being more cognizant of that and trying to work it into your your daily routine. That's what that's what I'd say. Step number one, Scott. I love that in just in case, I'm gonna we'll treat this as nobody knows. What light does for them? Because I think this is this obscure thing where I personally from the research. I've done realize as we've evolved as a society, right? Blue lights everywhere were indoors more. Like, we're not genetically really wired to be inside. There's so many benefits from being out in natural light or using red light therapy. Right. I'm gonna look at those interchangeable bias for me living in Ohio being in an office. All the time. I like red light what is a benefit from natural light exposure. Like, what are some of the things or red light infrared light? What are you seeing that? Why do we need it? Right right now. I think I think where you started that that question is is is a really good a really good point. Because our our our bodies aren't biologically designed to to be exposed to this little amount of of natural light on a consistent basis, and as it kind of assist supportive data point. It's. It's it's pretty well documented that Americans now spend over ninety percent of their Tom. I'm in yours. Which is that that's a really big stat to spend, you know, only about ten percents of our of our of our days in natural light. And so when you think about how our ancestors lived how they grew up that that was completely not the case. And so, you know, within the past hundred years, we've gone arguably may be from the opposite extreme where, you know, our ancestors were exposed to probably, you know, may maybe eighty percent of their time to natural light, you know, and then, you know, fast for one hundred years, and it's almost the exact opposite. And so I think our bodies weren't designed in this fashion, and we can't biologically adapt that fast, so so with that said it kind of operating under that presumption that that's a in a in a relatively short amount of time. We've gone from you know, the pendulum swung from one end to the other. You gotta look out, y you know, so why why why why is light so important, right? And so I'm gonna I'm gonna speak to you know, what we what's defined kind of as as light therapy or photo by modulation. There's a lot of benefits from from various wavelengths of light. You know every. You know, that's listening to this understands that UV light helps our bodies produce more vitamin d which is really healthy. So there is this broad spectrum of light. But more specifically within a within a relatively narrow band of of of lightwave links between about six hundred nanometers in a thousand nanometers nanometers often. That's the metric it's often used to measure up measure light wavelengths, but between that narrow band six hundred thousand there's a there's a ton of of clinically proven health benefits across across the board. So it's everything from muscle recovery to enhancing peak athletic performance to. Helping your body naturally increased melatonin levels. So optimizing your sleep to enhance cognitive function to weight loss, even which is all these benefits. It almost sounds like I'm giving some spiel for for a late night GV see infomercial. But the reality is that it supported by a ton of published peer reviewed science meaning that other peers in the field of photo by modulation have reviewed this data, and they published it in in reputable medical journals. And so it's the light therapy or photo by modulation is supported by so much science for a really broad range of benefits. Once

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"scott nelson" Discussed on The Internet of Things (IoT) Show with Bruce Sinclai

The Internet of Things (IoT) Show with Bruce Sinclai

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"scott nelson" Discussed on The Internet of Things (IoT) Show with Bruce Sinclai

"And let's bring you back for part two before we do that. I wanna I wanna end this is okay, logic PD. How can people find you can people find logic PD where how can they get more information? Yeah. Well, we have you know, obviously logic PD dot com. Our website, but but really on the topic you and I have been talking about today. Logic PD insights, which you can give from the website. That's where that's our. That's our blog posts. And we you know, we talk about our experiences. We highlight are case studies. The whisper case study is there for example. And that's a really good way to get it and understanding of our point of view in our philosophy on things. And that's really I think those two sites would get him get him access, and they of course, can can contact us through either those web pages and get right to you know, myself and other team members right through there. All right. And do you know off hand if people wanna just connect with your social it was social media? I get this, obviously, what would be that. Well, my I have a Twitter. I tweet part of my part my role in talking you have my Twitter. Put it in the show logic PD's has a Twitter account as well. So for this kind of social media, and I'm sure I don't I don't I know I'm I'm Scott Nelson nineteen I'm not sure what are ficials probably Laiji probably at logic PD. I think we have we don't have any competition with that trademark. Benfield provide you with the details on on the we do have a lot of very active in the social media. You know, I write a lot of posts read a lot of things to keep track of what's happening because this is a very rapidly emerging market as as you and your in year near your readers and listeners will know. Yes. No. And I I agree. And I think, you know, we're just scratching the subject here of what I consider the very important subject the front end of deployments, and I wanna thank you for an enjoyable discussion. And and I wanna invite you back for part too because there's a whole lot more. I think that we should talk about. Okay. I I'd like. Okay. That was a great talk with Scott Nelson of logic. PD? One of the few podcasts interviews that actually is in two.

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"scott nelson" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

The Keto Answers Podcast

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"scott nelson" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

"Hello. Hello. Hello. And thank you for tuning into another upset of the Kito answers podcast. I'm your host, Dr Anthony in joining me this week is Scott Nelson, Scott is the one of the founders of ju-, which is a photo bio modulation device company sounds really complicated. But what it is this device that shines a near infrared and red light towards you. And this one of these things were posted on Instagram because I use one of these things and getting on the podcast because people always ask me questions about how this works in. Truthfully. I dunno. I dunno. So I wanted to ask and he gives us a lot of great information about the actual benefits. And this is something that I think has if if not as close to you, but a really great amount of research, close to the minute diet. So something that backed up by science, and it isn't witchcraft put a bunch of criminals around my bed before I do stuff. So I've noticed benefits is far as increasing sweep quality. Reduction from pain always other things Scott is the master of. He will break it down for you, something that I think that kind of pairs nicely with what the benefits of diet, which is transforming your mind contra health, which is one of these devices can do so I'll let Scott dive into it so tune in. And I hope you enjoy the conversation. I have with Scott Nelson. But before we get started have huge announcement this month of November. We have an exciting announcement, pervert, Kito bars have launched. That's right. It took me eighteen months. Eighteen rations to get this thing. Right. So I made a bar that tasted better than any bar consistency better than any of our and more importantly does not change your blood sugar is one of the things that mine in the team. So we tested on yourselves and for the entire month of November doing little parental. So if you use code Kito answers thirty you can get thirty percent off of pack of bars that I guarantee you guys are going to love so take a minute try out. And let me know you think. Scott, thanks for being on my man. Awesome. I'm looking for the conversation the opportunity so tell me a little bit about your background and white here. So just start going to base level. What you do day-to-day? Sure. So my I spent my tire career in traditional medic met the medical device space more specifically, the cardiovascular so that before co founding Juve, I was with well, I was a couple of different startups. But before that like, the big medical advice Metron ick Videon, Boston scientific dealing with products. Like, cardiovascular stents, triple thrown back to me, catheters and blood vessels veins, and that that that kind of world so very very traditional tack. But in in two thousand fifteen my wife, and then her sister purchased a red light therapy package at a local spot in Minneapolis. Awesome. Really good results. And then. Yes. Mainly mainly related to skin health. So some extra issues reduction age spots. Some some stretch marks that sort of went away and so mainly related to skin health. And so interesting enough, we never. Meant to whenever envisioned it to build a company around this. But but my sister-in-law Melissa convinced her her husband Justin, who's an engineer to kind of try to try to figure out some way that they could they could use. This this red light therapy. I'm using air quotes here. Everyone listening some way to use this at home right because going to a spa is super inconvenient. We're going to any location on a consistent basis is not only inconvenient. But also not overly budget friendly either. And so so without going too far. Down the down the rabbit hole. Justin used his engineering kind of superpower to build out. Some prototypes..

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"scott nelson" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"scott nelson" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"Today's guests are Justin straight and Scott Nelson, and they're the co founders of Juve a company that is using clinical research, healing benefits of red light therapy and turn that into practical devices that you can use at home, but I'm interviewing them because we have a combination of expertise that I want you guys to to learn from Scott focuses on the biology of how this stuff works, and he's spent years working for large medical device companies like Medtronic, covert in Boston, scientific CR barred, working on the technology of medicine. And then Justin has spent a lot of time on design and engineering so we can talk about clinical studies we can talk about light actually does. And if you've read headstrong or you've looked at some of the other posts that I've done about light, you'll know that it's one of the big signals that your body's listening to all the time. It's like another nutrient that comes in and I've talked about junk late. You've heard me talk about the. Triarc glasses. You've heard me talk about light therapy. And the truth is that I started using light on my brain to turn my brain back on about twenty years ago with a super super sketchy Homebrew device that once scrambled, my language processing for a few hours. So the field has come incredibly far and I was a little concerned to bring this up at the very beginning of proof because people would think light therapy was just too crazy. It was the land of unicorns, but these two guys just Scott have been actually looking at the data all that time as well, and then came out with a company that does the stuff. So there are people who believed in it enough and did enough of the research actually say that they wanted to make this a part of their life's work. So guys welcome to the show the pledge to be on. So we've, as you mentioned, we've been digging into the science for some time now and though initially sceptical as you mentioned the land of the unicorns. It's it's been, it's really blowing us away with the the potential in the field and also just the the reality that we've now experienced. You know, having been this in this for a few years of the experiences of the people that are that are doing it on a daily basis. Now, if you're looking for.

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"scott nelson" Discussed on Inspiring Sustainability - Podcast

Inspiring Sustainability - Podcast

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"scott nelson" Discussed on Inspiring Sustainability - Podcast

"Welcome to the inspiring sustainability podcast. Mine is out in all and day. I'm delighted to invite Scott Nelson c. Swick bridge to join Adam. Thank you for inviting me delighted. And this is quite an international conversations date because we are delighted to be hosted by digital catapult who just in the center of London. The sculpt is over here from Arizona, and I believe that part of your role is actually to kind of be traveling all over the world. Isn't it at the moment? It is. It's been about seventy eighty percent of my time on the road right now. Right? Well, this is a really exciting conversation for me because I actually met Scott about six months ago when I was actually I was happy enough to be sitting on a panel of blockchain event, and Scott was actually one of the keynote speakers, and he really impressed me with what he was saying on day. So I was delighted that when I found out I be in town again and so we could have a good conversation. Well, we did about doing this when we got together again, so I'm glad it worked out. Exactly. And so as as you love pinks off, the show is that this program is going to be quite low about blockchain. Now, blockchain apart from crypto currencies and bitcoin, and things like that is pretty out p-a-k area maybe two to most of you out there. So what I like to do is to get a background to sculptors as I instruction, but then most Scottsdale, nine going to ask him to get him to give. Those his interpretation of blocks of the kind of dummies for blockchain blockchain for Donets. So first of all, let's do of. Introduction to yourself. We'll tell about yourself. I've spent my career at the union of three things that don't normally go together. Technology finance and supply chains. Had a business that I started in nineteen ninety three that ended up growing into a net international business that service some of the largest most Manding companies on earth, and that handled the settlement activity for their logistics and their supply chains all over the world actually had operations that touched one hundred ninety six countries which almost every country owner. So what's. Did you how connected is that with the current. Solve business that you're building laid the foundation for my understanding, it was what I was working with these large multinationals and seeing how their suppliers were treated, seeing the problems of their suppliers, looking at the settlement processes, watching how of currency exchange, how lots of different things go on that I realized that the current financial system of the world is really quite broken, and I really couldn't believe that the people that had the most money available to them and had the lowest cost of capital were forcing their suppliers to take the longest payment terms and they got to play unfair advantages over the mid mid size and smaller competitors that they competed within the marketplace. And I, I really realized that there was a what caused this was that the the large multinational corporations could do things in their accounting system that would allow them to move assets money, other things purely with accounting entries where real world organizations that didn't have these multinational structures couldn't do the same thing. They had to actually go down and get currency converted. They had actually send money places. They had actually physically move assets and commodities and things in this. This added tons of friction tons of cost to the the smaller businesses, and they had a much higher cost to capital than the larger is Asians, who would insist for example, that if you want to do business with me, you're gonna have to take sixty ninety day payment terms and cost capital. Was that dot me a great question. The average weighted cost of capital is a financial concept..

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"scott nelson" Discussed on Epicenter Bitcoin

Epicenter Bitcoin

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"scott nelson" Discussed on Epicenter Bitcoin

"Perhaps the most important but let's spend a little bit of time on the other components can you describe very briefly so of the other layers in what role they play yes show so you know i guess the big thing to say about sweet which is a whole is that sweep widget south is not looking to build any products it's it's looking to build protocols and alliances ecosystems grohl sorts of things to arise on tall the in the background of most of the founders of a sweep rich is deep deep experience in in supply chains financing settlement basically facilitating the process of joint amounts of of contracts and invoices of the major supply chains and something that that scott nelson was signed that ceo was that he's been doing small contracts for ten years but you know without block chance it was it was really action of of contracts in digitization of contracts and verification that's in these contract to being matt and living tide and the thing is being settled out so while you know the majority the focus is on this liquidity face it's really because you need that to get to the next bit which you know the radi the wheelhouse of the principles of founders of of sweet bridge which is really these the settlement launching pieces but you need that stable base to be able to get to those so really the the next land aris is settlement yeah which is really well.

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"scott nelson" Discussed on Epicenter Bitcoin

Epicenter Bitcoin

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"scott nelson" Discussed on Epicenter Bitcoin

"I was i was watching talks earlier so one of the great things about sweet bridges you guys published these talks on youtube there's a few willing to them in the show notes but in so scott nelson said that that see that sweep bridges a series of protocols over multiple years that will bring liquidity in all forms to capital assets and talents within supply chains so could you help us unpack that statement what is it that he means here i mean the the reason on moved sweet rich was the unhappiness consensus may but really seeing a a bigger an immobile impactful mission which was really making you know the the promise of blockchain technology so the social impact and change on the world in a come to reality i ended up at sweet rich on the recommendation of vinegar to he actually referred me recommended me and when i saw it talking to them in a a really realized what you know again i can't do it sorry i'm jumping again so into you know into the void a little bit but but but really you know i i am compelled to act yes again because you know when you look at what you have going on with with public blockchain even even with you know wherever that is now the mall can tap of those off was three three hundred twenty billions you know that that blockchain is small compared to traditional financing and financing is small compared to.

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"scott nelson" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"scott nelson" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"I was i was watching talks earlier so one of the great things about sweet bridges you guys published these talks on youtube there's a few willing to them in the show notes but in so scott nelson said that that see that sweep bridges a series of protocols over multiple years that will bring liquidity in all forms to capital assets and talents within supply chains so could you help us unpack that statement what is it that he means here i mean the the reason on moved sweet rich was the unhappiness consensus may but really seeing a a bigger an immobile impactful mission which was really making you know the the promise of blockchain technology so the social impact and change on the world in a come to reality i ended up at sweet rich on the recommendation of vinegar to he actually referred me recommended me and when i saw it talking to them in a a really realized what you know again i can't do it sorry i'm jumping again so into you know into the void a little bit but but but really you know i i am compelled to act yes again because you know when you look at what you have going on with with public blockchain even even with you know wherever that is now the mall can tap of those off was three three hundred twenty billions you know that that blockchain is small compared to traditional financing and financing is small compared to.

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"scott nelson" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

Elite Man Podcast

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"scott nelson" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

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"scott nelson" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

Elite Man Podcast

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"scott nelson" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

"Hey guys you're listening to the most captivating podcast and i tunes that's right the elite men podcast return average men into a elite men every day we know with the very best experts from the lifestyle health fitness social and even entrepreneurial worlds and with their help we give you some of the best advice on the planet subscribe now if you haven't already and enjoy the show henault yeah if you really enjoy it leave us a review on today's episode episode at number one hundred and forty eight entitled how to use light therapy to boost your testosterone speed up muscle recovery and increase your energy i chat with scott nelson scott nelson is a light therapy expert and the cocreator of the photo biomarker lation device known as the juve light in today's episode scott talks all about the use of light therapy also known as photo by a modulation to improve a multitude of health conditions he dives into the science behind light therapy how it affects our cells in our bodies his and white can immediately make a huge impact on your health photo biomarker relation is incredibly popular in the biohacking community and for good reason it works if you're wondering how to use light therapy to improve your immune system cognitive function cellular energy and recover faster after workouts check this episode out now you're going to love it hey just a quick reminder to sign yourself up for the elite man at newsletter if you haven't yet get behind the scenes access to bonus tip strategies and techniques to becoming the best man you can be exclusively on the elite men newsletter go to elite men magazinecomnewsletter and sign yourself up right now again that's elite man magazinecomnewsletter and now a quick word from our fantastic sponsors health iq uses science and data to secure lower rates on life insurance for healthconscious people like runners cyclists strength trainers vegans and more you being a bad asked elite man podcast listener are almost.

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