The Genius Life
The Genius Life
Dec 2, 2020
140: Beating Addiction to Find the Path to True Health | Rich Roll
Play • 1 hr 2 min

Rich Roll is an ultra marathoner, podcaster, and author of the new book Voicing Change: Inspiration and Timeless Wisdom from the Rich Roll Podcast.

The Cabral Concept
The Cabral Concept
Dr. Stephen Cabral
1807: Vitamin D/K2, Moldy Sweat, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Ganoderma Mushroom, Ayurvedic Herb, Hirschsprung's Disease (HouseCall)
Welcome back to our weekend Cabral HouseCall shows! This is where we answer our community's wellness, weight loss, and anti-aging questions to help people get back on track! Check out today's questions: Ryan: With regards to D3 supplementation and vitamin K2, how important is it to get K2 if you're supplementing D3? If I'm taking 5000IU of D3 daily, but am not getting K2 from supps or eating organ meats or grass-fed butter etc... do you think that could be an issue? Does taking magnesium and eating a well-rounded diet offset this potential issue? With the food sources of K2 being what they are, surely hardly anyone is getting much K2. What are the work arounds or other factors involved here? Or should I just make sure to get a K2 supp? Mike: Hi Dr. Cabral how often should someone use a infrared sauna for mold toxicity or heavy metal toxicity? Thank you. Sara: Hi Dr Cabral! Thank you so much for all your amazing content and giving us the opportunity to learn so much and so deeply about the body and mind! I am today writing for a friend. I tried finding podcast about this (when looking for health-answers I always first go to your podcast), but without luck. My question is regarding rematoid arthritis and which underlying imbalances to focus on the heal or at least minimize the pain, stiffness and swollen joints? She is not yet diagnosed, but as I am a nurse, it seems like that's what it is. Never the less it's definite that she has inflammation and a lot of pain and being swollen in the joints and the high pain also seem to come in waves. I've guided her to make changes in the diet and with lifestyle to increase gut health and lower inflammation and she also tried MSN, Glycogen, Collagen, Magnesium to help the joint-health. But anyway, I would like to know more on how to address and guide her to a more balanced life if this actually is reumatoid arthritis? Thank you so much for your help and guidance! Lara: Hi, dr. Cabral, you amazing soul :) I heard of some benefits of using the mushroom ganoderma but I always have to check it up with you, hehe.. you are my go-to on all things health.. so please explain more about it if you can.. I have fibromyalgia, but I’m sure information could also help others.. Thank you so much for everything you do, much love to you, your family and everyone trying to heal. Carolyn: Hello Dr. Cabral, My son and I were patients of yours a few years back and you were very helpful!!! I am hoping you can help once again! I just found out I am positive homozygous APOE, and I am terrified, as my mother has dementia. You have mentioned the benefits of Ashwaganda, but I have read where it is not recommend for people with autoimmune issues. (I have Hashimotos, and Sjogrens.) Should I still take it? Thank you, and God Bless! Carolyn Cory: Hi Dr Cabral, my 4 week old is currently being tested for hirschsprung's disease. While we wait for test results and maybe surgery, the surgeon has prescribed 4 bowel irrigation’s a day. It seems excessive and I worry that she’ll lose muscle tone and become dependent on the irrigation to have a bowel movement. Are there natural ways to manage hirschsprung's disease? Thank you. Thank you for tuning into today's Cabral HouseCall and be sure to check back tomorrow where we answer more of our community’s questions! - - - Show Notes & Resources: http://StephenCabral.com/1807 - - - Get Your Question Answered: http://StephenCabral.com/askcabral - - - Dr. Cabral's New Book, The Rain Barrel Effect https://amzn.to/2H0W7Ge - - - Join the Community & Get Your Questions Answered: http://CabralSupportGroup.com - - - Dr. Cabral’s Most Popular At-Home Lab Tests: > Complete Minerals & Metals Test (Test for mineral imbalances & heavy metal toxicity) - - - > Complete Candida, Metabolic & Vitamins Test (Test for 75 biomarkers including yeast & bacterial gut overgrowth, as well as vitamin levels) - - - > Complete Stress, Mood & Metabolism Test (Discover your complete thyroid, adrenal, hormone, vitamin D & insulin levels) - - - > Complete Stress, Sleep & Hormones Test (Run your adrenal & hormone levels) - - - > Complete Food Sensitivity Test (Find out your hidden food sensitivities) - - - > Complete Omega-3 & Inflammation Test (Discover your levels of inflammation related to your omega-6 to omega-3 levels) - - - > View all Functional Medicine lab tests (View all Functional Medicine lab tests you can do right at home for you and your family!)
21 min
Siim Land Podcast
Siim Land Podcast
Siim Land
#223 Anti-Aging Gene Therapy - Liz Parish
Welcome to the Siim Land Podcast I’m your host Siim Land and our guest today is Liz Parish. Liz is the founder and CEO of BioViva. Which is a company committed to extending human lifespan using techniques such as gene and cell technologies. Liz Parrish became the first person worldwide to take dual gene therapies for treating aging. This episode is brought to you by BiOptimizers Magnesium Breakthrough. Magnesium is one of the most important minerals in your body and it’s involved in hundreds of processes, starting with energy production and ending with cognition. Magnesium deficiency increases the risk of insulin resistance and cardiovascular disease. What’s worse, up to 70-80% of people are not getting enough magnesium because our food contains about 25% magnesium than a few decades ago. I think magnesium is one of the few nutrients almost everyone would need more of. That’s why I use Magnesium Breakthrough that contains 7 of the main magnesium types. It’s the most full spectrum magnesium supplement out there. Head over to the show notes of this episode at siimland.com/223 to get a link for a 10% discount off Magnesium Breakthrough. That’s siimland.com/223 Timestamps: * 02:00 What Is Gene Therapy * 06:20 Gene Based Technologies * 07:50 How Does Gene Therapy Work * 10:50 Chronic Diseases and Aging * 14:25 Hallmarks of Aging * 18:00 Current Advances in Gene Therapy * 20:44 Who Would Get Access to Anti-Aging Technologies * 26:10 When Will Humans Live Longer * 27:55 Can You Still Live an Unhealthy Lifestyle After Gene Editing * 32:25 Myostatin Genes and Muscle Growth * 35:38 Cognition and Your Genes * 39:22 What Gene Therapies Has Liz Taken And much more Here are the links to the podcast on all platforms * Link to the Audio Podcast on iTunes and Stitcher * Link to the podcast on Spotify * Link to the podcast on CastBox * Watch the Biohacking Bootcamp Videos on Patreon This episode is sponsored by BiOptimizers. They're giving the listeners of this podcast an exclusive offer on one of their best-selling products. It's called Magnesium Breakthrough and is the most full-spectrum magnesium supplement out there. Most supplements contain only 1 or 2 forms of magnesium... when in reality there are at least 7 that your body needs and benefits from. Magnesium is the master mineral that governs virtually all physiological processes in the body. With volume discounts combined with our custom 10% coupon code, SIIM10, you can save up to 40% off select packages of Magnesium Breakthrough! That’s an AMAZING value. And I promise that deal is ONLY available on this specific website, Click Here to Support the Show on Patreon! Show Notes * BioViva Website * BioViva Instagram * Stronger by Stress on Amazon * Stronger by Stress Audiobook * The Immunity Fix on Amazon * Get Magnesium Breakthrough for a 10% Discount! * Use Code SIIM for 10% Off Self Decode * Use Code SIIM for a 10% Discount on the KAATSU Bands * Get Your Biomarkers Tested with Lets Get Checked At-Home Tests! Use Code SIIMLAND for a 20% Discount (sponsored)! * My New Book Stronger by Stress * My NEW BOOK Metabolic Autophagy * Metabolic Autophagy Audiobook * Metabolic Autophagy Master Class * Total Sleep Optimization Video Course * Get the FULL GUIDE to INTERMITTENT FASTING FREE BOOK * Get the Metabolic Autophagy Program * Keto Adaptation Manual Book * Watch the Biohacking Bootcamp Videos on Patreon * Body Mind Empowerment Handbook * Keto Fit Program * Keto // IF Program Stay Empowered Siim
50 min
The Healthy Rebellion Radio
The Healthy Rebellion Radio
Robb Wolf
Hair Loss and Sleep Issues, Eating Liver, Carnitine Argument | THRR061
Ketosis and Perimenopause; Eating Liver; Protein, Calories, and the Missing Link; Hair Loss and Sleep Issues on Keto; Carnitine and Red Meat Argument with a Doctor Make your health an act of rebellion. Join The Healthy Rebellion Please Subscribe and Review: Apple Podcasts | RSS Submit your questions for the podcast here Show Notes: News topic du jour: Immunological memory to SARS-CoV-2 assessed for up to 8 months after infection POWERPOINT 1. Ketosis and Perimenopause [21:47] Tammy says: I have been practicing a keto diet leaning toward carnivore for 3+ months. I've been struggling to stay in ketosis (daily blood testing), and have been unable to identify the reasons for my sometimes dramatic swings in glucose and ketone numbers. I do have "bad food decision" days, but the numbers don't seem to correlate. I'm middle aged and believe I am perimenopausal. Could the hormone fluctuations be cause my ketosis struggles? Side note: I'm working with a Naturopath to keep my nutrition focused. Thank you for your time and information! Tammy 2. Eating Liver [25:55] Valérie says: Hey Robb and Nicki! First I have to say I am so glad to be part of THR. Thanks for all the work you do & content you provide. Here's a bit of background info before I ask my questions: I I have been trying to incorporate more organs in my diet because with all the info out there, it seems like the way to go for optimal health. I also cannot tolerate many veggies (I eat mostly beef, fish, eggs, kimchi, beets, carrots, kefir, some sweet potatoes and honey on occasion) so I worry that I am not getting all the nutrients I need with such a limited array of food choices. I have added bone marrow (which I tolerate well) and liver. Liver, however, does not sit well with me: every time I eat it I feel sick afterwards (not necessarily nauseous, but just an overall feeling of being unwell) and it lasts a few hours. First question: what could be causing this? Second: Is liver all the hype it's been touted out to be? Can I still reach optimal health without incorporating it into my diet.. what do you two suggest? Thanks a million! :-) 3. Protein, Calories, and the Missing Link [31:23] Lindsey: Hi Nicki and Robb! Love the podcast and the resources on the website. Thanks for providing logical and fair information for people to tap into. Also, Robb--I love it when you use the term "noodling" and am trying to bring it into the everyday vocabulary of my college students (they don't think it's "cool" enough yet.) Quick background info--37 year old female, 5'5", 168lbs, around 34% BF, extremely familiar with Paleo and Keto (even did Paleo-Zone back when it was cool). Strength training 2-3 times a week, HIITs 1-2 times a week, walking every day. Saw Robb speak in Flagstaff, Arizona back in 2008, believe it or not. About a year ago, I became desperate because I wasn't losing fat despite my strict adherence to Paleo. I thought maybe a coach could help me figure out "the key" to whatever I was missing. I decided to grab a Layne Norton coach (low fat, high carb, high protein) who kept lowering my calories and upping my cardio, and wouldn't allow strength training. Even he was surprised at my almost non-existent rate of loss. I ended the program at 1100 calories and about 5lbs lost....which was great, but horribly unsustainable. My body only began losing a tiny bit once I was at or below the 1200 calorie mark. I felt like poop. I've since gained that weight back and have been doing the Paleo/keto lifestyle. I feel better and stronger, but I am uncomfortable with the fat accumulation. I feel like I'm back at square one and none the better for it. My question centers on fat loss and its relationship to protein and overall calories. You've both said that oftentimes the key to fat loss is protein intake (1g per pound of body weight). However, If my body only loses at very low calorie 1000-1200 a day, but I need to eat 150g of protein a day, that doesn't leave much room for anything else. What am I missing here? Why is my body so hell-bent on keeping that body fat? I was told by the former coach that I may just need to suffer at low calorie/high protein until I reach my goals, but I don't think it should be this difficult or I should have to run my body into the ground to fit into my jeans again. I'm not trying to be a swimsuit competitor, just want to be a bit leaner and stronger while seeing steady fat loss improvements. Don't even care about the number on the scale. Quick note--I've been out of that LN program for about 9 months. I haven't been eating like an asshat and have tried several times to lose fat and keep my calories down, but all I seem to do is gain. I'm a wee bit frustrated because the fat used to fall off when I while eating Paleo between 25-35 years old. Thanks for your considerations! 4. Hair Loss and Sleep Issues on Keto [40:03] Bre says: Hi Robb and Nicki, I absolutely LOVE your podcast. I credit you both to literally changing my health and the health of my family. I found your podcast when I was in a very desperate health place. Through your advice and books, I have found healing, vitality, and freedom. Thank you so much! I pray you keep doing what you are doing for a very long time. Some quick context before asking my two questions: I am a 43 year old female. 5 foot 4, and 150 lbs. I am moderatley active - walk a few miles a day, weightlift a few times a week. But I do work at a desk all day as well. I had thyroid cancer and a full thyroidectomy 10 years ago. I have taken synthroid and cytomel since. My endocrinologist aims to keep my TSH pretty suppressed to keep risk of returning cancer low, so he has kept me between a .1 - 1.0 for the last ten years. Before finding the Keto/Carnivore diet a year ago, I felt like I was dying and not a single doctor could help me. Turns out, I was just a hormonal storm with insulin resistance/leptin resistance, etc. For the last year, I have strictly followed a clean Keto diet, mostly consisting of eggs, beef, ground turkey, bone broth, and greek yogurt with the occasional salad or some berries. My macros are consistently: 70 g protein, 50 g fat, 10 g carbs. (after a decade of eating around 1200 calories (non-keto), I have needed to keep my total calories at or around 900-1000 in order to lose. If I go any higher, I just don't lose. I am 5lbs away from hitting my 50lb weight loss goal! But most importantly, I feel amazing for the first time since having my thyroid out. My skin is great, my energy is off the charts, I no longer have GI issues, and my moods and cycles have stabilized. Overall, I feel like a million bucks (except for two little issues) My questions are: 1) - my sleep sucks. I sleep super light, feel like I can never get into a deep sleep, and wake up several times a night, often not being able to fall back asleep. Up until going Keto, I had never suffered with sleep issues. I take NED's sleep CBD, do blue light blocking glasses at night, no screen time, etc. I have a great bed and make my room pitch black (also use Blueblox's sleep mask). No matter what I do, I just can't sleep deep. I am desperate to sleep deep and through the night again, help! 2) - my hair is falling out at concerning speed. Also something I feel has been triggered by my diet. I take Perfect Keto's Collagen, and I take Biotomizer's magnesium, zinc, and vitamin b complex. Is there anything else I can add in to the supplement mix to help with this? I should mention, because sleep and hair loss can be thryoid level issues, I did just get my levels checked. They are right where they have always been for the last few years (except free T3 was a little lower than normal). Here's my results from last week: TSH: .2 Free T4: 1.16 Free T3: 2.75 Fasting Blood Sugar: 77 Can you help? Like I said, I am desperate to sleep again. Thank you! Bre 5. Carnitine and Red Meat Argument with a Doctor [45:45] Haley says: Hey Robb and Nicki, Than…
1 hr
Nourish Balance Thrive
Nourish Balance Thrive
Christopher Kelly
How to Develop Coping Resilience and Mental Toughness
These days it’s easy to find yourself feeling tense or anxious. If social distancing and the threat of a global pandemic aren’t enough, just add a dose of political mayhem or a strained relationship and you’ve got a recipe for stress. What I’ve learned from performance psychologist Simon Marshall is that your brain and nervous system manage everything about you, including your ability to cope and overcome the difficulties of life. In this podcast, Simon and I are discussing some cutting edge ways to master your nervous system and manage stressful moments. Simon shares some evidence-based techniques that involve breathing, vocalization, and eye movement, to manage stress and help you avoid limbic system overwhelm. And as powerful as these practices are, I know they are just a few of the tools Simon has in his performance coaching arsenal. If you enjoy this podcast, I hope you’ll consider joining us in the upcoming Coping Resilience and Mental Toughness Workshop, with Simon and world champion triathlete Lesley Paterson. The workshop content is approximately five hours of prerecorded video and is largely self-paced, along with four 30-minute live group coaching sessions with Simon and Les to answer questions and help you navigate real-world situations. Here’s the outline of this interview with Simon Marshall: [00:01:49] Strava 2020 Year in Sport report. [00:03:23] Benefits of outdoor exercise. [00:03:42] Neuroscience research: 1. Yilmaz, Melis, and Andrew D. Huberman. "Fear: It’s All in Your Line of Sight." Current Biology 29.23 (2019): R1232-R1234; 2. González, Anabel, Lucía del Río-Casanova, and Ania Justo-Alonso. "Integrating neurobiology of emotion regulation and trauma therapy: Reflections on EMDR therapy." Reviews in the Neurosciences 28.4 (2017): 431-440. [00:04:34] Self-generated optic flow. [00:04:41] Neuroscientist Andrew Huberman; The Huberman Lab at Stanford. [00:09:40] Physiologic sigh; Studies: 1. Li, Peng, et al. "The peptidergic control circuit for sighing." Nature 530.7590 (2016): 293-297; 2. Yackle, Kevin, et al. "Breathing control center neurons that promote arousal in mice." Science 355.6332 (2017): 1411-1415; 3. Salay, Lindsey D., Nao Ishiko, and Andrew D. Huberman. "A midline thalamic circuit determines reactions to visual threat." Nature 557.7704 (2018): 183-189. [00:14:56] Podcast: The Neurophysiology of Safety and How to Feel Safe, with Stephen Porges. [00:22:50] Chimp Purge; Study: Lieberman, Matthew D., et al. "Putting feelings into words." Psychological science 18.5 (2007): 421-428. [00:28:41] Podcast: How to Have Intimacy With Ease, with Jessa Zimmerman. [00:28:51] Podcast: NBT People: Mark Alexander. [00:30:34] Podcast: A Guide to Flawed Studies with Richard Feinman. [00:36:33] Stress management; Podcast: How to Manage Stress, with Simon Marshall, PhD. [00:38:23] Values guided action exercise; Russ Harris. [00:38:37] Habit formation, habit stacking. [00:41:49] Dopamine + noradrenaline =  motivated action. [00:43:59] Leveraging physiology during unpleasant activities. [00:44:27] Book: Radical Candor (Be a Kick-Ass Boss Without Losing Your Humanity, by Kim Scott. [00:44:50] Getting and giving feedback. [00:46:41] Motivational interviewing; helping people change their behavior. [00:48:26] Book: Never Split the Difference: Negotiating as if Your Life Depended on It, by Chris Voss. [00:49:24] Book: Thank You for Arguing, Fourth Edition (Revised and Updated): What Aristotle, Lincoln, and Homer Simpson Can Teach Us About the Art of Persuasion, by Jay Heinrichs. [00:49:50] Book: The Coddling of the American Mind: How Good Intentions and Bad Ideas Are Setting Up a Generation for Failure, by Jonathan Haidt. [00:53:15] Sign up for the Coping Resilience and Mental Toughness Workshop. [00:53:40] The Xterra Podcast.
57 min
Peak Human - Unbiased Nutrition Info for Optimum Health, Fitness & Living
Peak Human - Unbiased Nutrition Info for Optimum Health, Fitness & Living
Brian Sanders - Filmmaker of Food Lies & Health Coach
Part 112 - Judy Cho, NTP on Healing the Gut with Animal Based Diets
Welcome back to show everyone, I hope everyone is doing well, and I hope everyone is starting back at episode 1 to make sure to catch all the great info. This is supposed to be an audio series on health & nutrition as well as lifestyle and it unfolds live over the past 112 episodes. I don’t have sponsors so I don’t have any other motivations to do this podcast other than to provide valuable information that I believe in. Each guest is purposefully picked and researched and adds another piece to the endless puzzle of human health. Today I’m talking with my friend Judy Cho who I’ve been following for a long time on Instagram and has done a great job of providing people with easy to understand animal-based health information. She is a nutritional therapy practitioner and the author of Carnivore Cure. Judy holds a Psychology and Communications degree from the University of California, Berkeley. Judy has a holistic health private practice and works with clients by focusing on the root cause for an array of health challenges. Together, they work to create individualized solutions that are sustainable for the long term. She lives in Austin and will be part of our growing Sapien community there. We start off with some mask and covid talk, so I want to put out a trigger warning for sensitive viewers who don’t want to hear differing opinions than the ones on mainstream media. For the first time that I’m aware of a guest talks about vaccines. I don’t like to touch the subject but it was nice to hear some thoughts on this from someone who’s balanced and considers both sides. GET THE MEAT! http://NosetoTail.org GET THE FREE SAPIEN FOOD GUIDE! http://Sapien.org SHOW NOTES * [6:40] Children and Covid. * [12:55] Lockdowns and fear mongering in the media. * [20:05] Herd immunity. * [25:25] Infant mortality and vaccines. * [28:55] Her take on vaccines. * [36:55] Foods to help grow a fetus/during pregnancy. * [43:35] How she uses the Carnivore diet. * [50:55] Minerals and absorption. * [52:45] Organic food, glyphosate and gut health. * [1:00:55] The way we process foods. * [1:03:25] Food dye and its carcinogenic effects. * [1:08:05] Her journey from plant based to meat based. * [1:21:25] Least harmful plant foods. GET THE MEAT! http://NosetoTail.org GET THE FREE SAPIEN FOOD GUIDE! http://Sapien.org Follow along: http://twitter.com/FoodLiesOrg http://instagram.com/food.lies http://facebook.com/FoodLiesOrg
1 hr 27 min
The Model Health Show
The Model Health Show
Shawn Stevenson
TMHS 453: The Microbiome-Body Fat Connection
The science behind the microbiome is always evolving. From regulating your immune system to controlling your nervous system, there are many different ways that the microbiome can impact your overall health. We now know that the microbiome is also a key player in deciding how your body processes calories and stores body fat. On today’s show we’re diving deep into the connection between the microbiome and body fat. You’ll gain an understanding of how powerful and important your microbiome is, and how improving your microbiome health can positively impact your metabolism. As always, I’m bringing you all the latest studies, plus actionable steps you can take to influence the health of your microbiome. Your microbiome is truly an integral piece of regulating your metabolism, and I hope you will find these insights and solutions helpful on your quest for better health. Enjoy! In this episode you’ll discover: * What influence bacteria can have on calorie absorption. * The importance of thinking of our bodies holistically. * What percentage of the human genome is comprised of viruses. * Why the human microbiome is like a rainforest. * The role the vagus nerve plays in the gut-brain connection. * Where the word inflammation is derived from. * How pesticides can damage the microbiome. * Why the gut is referred to as the second brain. * The reason why so many toxic substances are allowed in our food system. * What the leading cause of hypertension is. * How overuse of antibiotics can damage the microbiome. * Specific negative impacts that sugar has on the gut. * The number one way to increase your microbiome diversity. * Real food sources of prebiotics you can incorporate to support your microbiome. * The role that resistant starch plays in gut health. * Why eating seasonally can have a positive impact on your health. * Probiotic foods you can add into your diet. Items mentioned in this episode include: * Foursigmatic.com/model -- Get an exclusive discount on your daily health elixirs! * Organifi.com/Model -- Use the coupon code model for 20% off! * Eatsmarterbook.com -- Order your copy today! * 7 Major Factors That Control What Calories Do in Your Body – Episode 451 * Download Transcript Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes: * Apple Podcasts * Stitcher * Spotify * Soundcloud Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation
1 hr 16 min
The Keto Kamp Podcast With Ben Azadi
The Keto Kamp Podcast With Ben Azadi
Ben Azadi
Barton Scott | How to replenish electrolytes and minerals on the keto diet KKP: 226
Today, I am blessed to have here with me, Founder of Upgraded Formulas and a Chemical Engineer, Barton Scott. Barton always had sharp cognitive function, but he began to suffer memory loss and mental fatigue. How could this be, at such an early age? To make matters worse, tragedy struck at the same time, when he unfortunately lost his mother. After taking many supplements during this time frame, nothing was working. Faced with adversity and looming health issues, this is when he decided that he must pursue solutions. He grew frustrated with how mineral supplements lacked effectiveness and absorption into the body rendering most products in the market useless. He set out to fix the problem, using his background in Chemical Engineering and experience as a nutritionist, he was able to identify the issues with the current offerings and applied a solution based on sound science. Through research, and many trials and errors, he realized if you could get mineral particles small enough to absorb into our cells, that was going to be the winning formula for effectiveness. That's where he applied nanotechnology to minerals, and developed a solution that makes the minerals we sell today completely bioavailable - the impact of which we can see during our testing protocols. It was then that he set out to create what today is Upgraded Formulas, founded with maximum bioavailability and measurable absorption to ensure you are getting results. In this episode, Barton Scott opens the show explaining the inspiration behind his company, Upgraded Formulas. Unfortunately, typical supplements and our food isn’t enough to get all of our minerals. Barton came up with a better way: highly-effective dietary supplements that are absorbed better by the body than any other products. Plus, Barton created a hair test that is ideal for determining your heavy metal toxicity and mineral deficiencies. Tune in as we talk about the importance of testing, which minerals will be helpful with keto, and Barton speaks about his 11-day water fast. Check out his products here: https://www.upgradedformulas.com For a discount: (use code: ketokamp) / / E P I S O D E S P ON S O R S PureForm Omega Plant Based Oils (Best Alternative to Fish Oil): http://www.purelifescience.com Use ben4 for $4.00 off. ☕️ Purity Coffee: http//:www.ketokampcoffee.com, use ketokamp at checkout for 10% off [00:25] About Barton Scott * Faced with severe health issues, Barton realized that he needed to develop a solution that makes minerals absorb into the body. * Minerals and heavy metals are a critical thing to focus on to optimize health. * Every day, Barton would take 600 mg of magnesium every day – unfortunately, he just wasn’t absorbing the minerals. * Barton created a new category of supplementation called Nano Minerals to increase healthspan, focus, sleep quality and slow down accelerated aging. * His mission is to support you by creating, highly-effective dietary supplements that are absorbed better by the body than any other products. [10:20] Getting All Of Our Minerals From Food * Unfortunately, our food isn’t enough to get all of our minerals. * We all have some level of gut disfunction. So, we shouldn’t be surprised that our guts are not efficient systems. * The environment is not perfect either in terms of efficiency. * As life goes on, we have less and less nutrition in our food. Topsoil is depleted; therefore, there are fewer nutrients in our foods. [13:10] About Barton’s Hair Testing Kit * Say goodbye to blood draws and urine tests. You don’t need to go to the doctor anymore to take care of your body properly. * They test for key minerals, heavy metals, and understanding your metabolism. * The kit is super easy to use; you collect the hair sample, send it in, then you receive fast test results! * Get the hair test kit: https://www.upgradedformulas.com/products/hair-kit-test For a discount: (use code: ketokamp) [20:30] Keto, Fasting, And Your Mineral Levels * When people are fasting poorly, their mineral levels are going to be low. * People are trying so hard to be healthy, but they just aren’t seeing results. * The perfect diet and fasting will not get you well; instead, it’s just part of the equation. * When you are eating a high-carb diet, you retain a lot of water weight. On keto, you will release a lot of excess water weight. * If you don’t have a plan in place, you might get brain fog, short-term memory loss, and other issues. [23:30] Test, Don’t Guess * When starting keto, Barton says you should test instead of guessing what you need to do. * People will take one test, then make some changes and not understand why it’s not working. * That’s why it’s essential to have a consultation with an expert. * Another mistake people make is not taking another test after making changes. * You have to know what’s happening in the body before you make effective changes. [28:45] Upgraded Formulas That Will Help On Your Keto Journey * Magnesium and potassium are two supplements that will help on your keto journey. Take magnesium whenever you feel anxious or stressed. Most people will take two capsules before bed. * Upgraded Magnesium: https://www.upgradedformulas.com/collections/products/upgraded-magnesium * Upgraded Potassium: https://www.upgradedformulas.com/products/potassium * Upgraded Iodine is another supplement that everyone needs. * Upgraded Iodine: https://www.upgradedformulas.com/products/iodine * Upgraded Sugar Support will help with those sugar cravings. Barton will take this supplement in his water throughout the day. * Upgraded Sugar Support: https://www.upgradedformulas.com/products/metabolism * For a discount: (use code: ketokamp) [36:15] About Barton’s 11-Day Water Fast * Barton took his Upgraded Magnesium and Upgraded Potassium during the fast. * He felt amazing and got loads of work done during the fast. * If you do a 7-day fast once a year, it will cut your risk of cancer by ninety-five percent. * During the fast, Barton would sip black coffee as needed but tried not to drink too much. * Anytime we are stressed, we burn through minerals faster; so too much coffee may do harm. * Barton salts water daily for his fast too. AND MUCH MORE! Resources from this episode: * Check out Upgraded Formulas: https://www.upgradedformulas.com (use code: ketokamp) * Follow Barton Scott * LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/1bartonscott/ * Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/upgradedformulas/ * YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/upgradedformulas * Get the hair test kit: https://www.upgradedformulas.com/products/hair-kit-test * Try Upgraded Magnesium: https://www.upgradedformulas.com/collections/products/upgraded-magnesium * Try Upgraded Potassium: https://www.upgradedformulas.com/products/potassium * Get Upgraded Iodine: https://www.upgradedformulas.com/products/iodine * Get Upgraded Sugar Support: https://www.upgradedformulas.com/products/metabolism * Join theKeto Kamp Academy: https://ketokampacademy.com/7-day-trial-a * WatchKeto Kamp on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUh_MOM621MvpW_HLtfkLyQ / / E P I S O D E S P ON S O R S PureForm Omega Plant Based Oils (Best Alternative to Fish Oil): http://www.purelifescience.com Use ben4 for $4.00 off. ☕️ Purity Coffee: http//:www.ketokampcoffee.com, use ketokamp at checkout for 10% off // R E S O U R C E S ➡️The World's Best Olive Oil | Get a $39 Bottle For a $1: http://www.ketokampoliveoil.com ➡️Keto Kamp Apparel: http://www.ketokampgear.com *Some Links Are Affiliates* // F O L L O W ▸ instagram | @thebenazadi | http://bit.ly/2B1NXKW ▸ facebook | /thebenazadi | http://bit.ly/2BVvvW6 ▸ twitter | @thebenazadi http://bit.ly/2USE0so Disclaimer: This podcast is for information purposes only. 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Myers Detox Podcast
Myers Detox Podcast
Wendy Myers
The Brain Lymph Drainage Connection to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome & ME with Dr. Raymond Perrin
Dr. Raymond Perrin joins the show to discuss the connection between poor brain lymph drainage and chronic fatigue syndrome, ME, fibromyalgia, and other neurological inflammatory issues. He also explains the best ways to help improve lymph drainage and his incredible Perrin Technique. On today’s podcast, you will learn: The causes of poor brain lymph drainage. Massage techniques to aid brain lymph drainage. Explanation of how the brain and lymphatic drainage system becomes clogged with toxins. Why the brain is vulnerable to toxins, and the compounding issue of “leaky brain”. The link between poor brain lymph drainage, and long Covid symptoms. The Perrin Technique and how it can be used to help reverse and prevent chronic fatigue naturally. Dr Raymond Perrin Bio: Dr Perrin is a Registered Osteopath, Neuroscientist and Specialist in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome CFS/ME. He is Honorary Clinical Research Fellow at The Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health at The University of Manchester. Dr Perrin qualified in 1984 from the British School of Osteopathy in London. He has extensive experience treating top sportsmen and women including Olympic athletes. In 1991 he was appointed official osteopath to the World Student Games, Sheffield. Dr Perrins research since 1989 into CFS/ME has expanded our knowledge of the disease and how to diagnose and treat it. In July 2005 he was awarded a doctorate by the university of Salford, UK for his thesis on the involvement of cerebrospinal fluid and lymphatic drainage in CFS/ME. Since 2007 he has also held the academic post of Honorary Senior lecturer at the Allied Health Professions Research Unit , University of Central Lancashire, in Preston, UK. He was appointed member of the scientific committee for the 2nd 3rd and 4th World Congress on Neurobiology and Psychopharmacology affiliated with the European Association of Psychiatrists Annual Conference, Greece. In 2015 he joined the international faculty of the German School of Osteopathy, Hamburg; and teaches osteopathic theory and practice to students in colleges all over Europe. He has lectured internationally and in the UK to CFS/ME patient groups and the medical profession on the manual diagnosis and treatment of CFS/ME. He has published papers in major medical journals including the BMJ and is the author of the bestselling book The Perrin Technique: How to beat CFS/ME published by Hammersmith Press, London in 2007. Dr Perrin is a vice-patron of The University College of Osteopathy and in 2015 was the recipient of the inaugural Research and Practice Award from the Institute of Osteopathy. He is a founder member of the newly formed International Osteopathic Research Group and still continues to run clinics in Manchester and London specialising in the treatment of CFS/ME and Fibromyalgia. You can learn more about Dr. Perrin and his incredible work at Make sure to check out Dr. Perrin's best-selling book, and keep an eye out for his upcoming book, "The Perrin Technique, Second Edition"   📊 Do You Need to Detox? Take the Heavy Metals Quiz: http://bit.ly/3pZJFvO
1 hr 6 min
The B.rad Podcast
The B.rad Podcast
Brad Kearns
Predicting The Future Of Health and Fitness, And 9 Tips To Transform Your Life in 2021, Part 3 (Breather Episode with Brad)
*Did you know that the health risks associated with loneliness are about the same as the risks associated with obesity?* Yes, that’s right, it’s not just your emotional well-being that is affected by your social interactions and intimate relationships — your longevity is also directly and adversely impacted by loneliness. In fact, loneliness can actually change your personality, making you more selfish and less sensitive to others. It’s also strongly associated with an increased risk for dementia, and lonely people actually have a 20% increase in their risk for early death from heart disease, stroke, or cancer. In the final episode of this three-part breather show about the future of health and fitness and the 9 tips you can take to transform your life this year, we will cover the last four items on the list: #6: Prioritizing live social interaction and your intimate circle of family and friends #7: Evolving love relationships to the next level #8: Reprogramming your brain and, finally: #9: Taking baby steps to achieve your goals Here we go! *Prioritizing Family and Friends, Your ‘Intimate’ Circle:* It’s no secret that a lot of people feel lonely during this pandemic, but maybe one lesson we can learn from that is to be more proactive in making plans and engaging in live social interaction. The truth is, loneliness is a big deal; Keto For Life explains why when discussing longevity attributes: “Two-thirds of Americans have lost 90 percent of their friends over the past decade. Common reasons include moving to a new city, entering an all-consuming romantic relationship, or simply drifting apart. Thirty-three percent of Americans admit to having had a falling-out with a close friend or extended family member such that they are not on speaking terms. Thirty percent more people live alone in the United States than did in 1980, many of them elderly and thus less likely to engage socially outside the home. *The disastrous health consequences of loneliness and isolation are widely acknowledged.* Social isolation is strongly associated with increased risk of dementia. Lonely people have a 20 percent increased risk of early death by cancer, heart disease, and stroke. These are about the same as obesity risks! Loneliness and isolation can actually change your personality whereby you become more selfish and less sensitive to others. This is a genetically programmed survival mechanism against the very real survival threat that isolation posed in primal times.” John Cacioppo, PhD, director of the University of Chicago’s Center for Cognitive and Social Neuroscience, and author of Loneliness: Human Nature and the Need for Social Connection , describes the phenomenon as follows: “When you feel lonely, you get more defensive. You focus more on self-preservation, even though this is not done intentionally. Completely unbeknownst to you, your brain is focusing more on self-preservation than the preservation of those around you. This, in turn, can make you less pleasant to be around.” *Evolving Love Relationships to Next Level: Emotionally Intelligent Relationships:* My shows with John Gray ( https://www.bradkearns.com/2020/04/07/john-gray-2/ ) and Wendy Walsh ( https://www.bradkearns.com/2018/10/02/wendywalsh/ ) are both great resources for information about this topic. The last time John was on the podcast, we discussed his book, Beyond Mars and Venus, and he talked about how one of the challenges of modern times is how evolving cultural dynamics are asking more from romantic relationships than ever before. Another thing John stressed was the importance of nurturing our biological drives so we can optimize our hormones with good relationship practices, and the Essential Male/Female Assignments, which are: Men: Engage in Venus talks and don’t speak when you have a negative emotional charge (be a calm, cool, and collected Kung fu master!). Take cave time to replenish testosterone (by solving problems, tackling challenges, etc). David Deida, author of The Way of Superior Man, advises us to, “lean into a female’s emotional outbursts.” Women: Don’t nitpick, and work to express everything as preference. Remember that men just want to be the hero in the story. Wendy Walsh says there are “no rules” (e.i., swiping a screen to find a new mate). In discussing the challenges of the all consuming modern relationship, Wendy asserts that “too much autonomy means no intimacy. Too much union means fusion, and that’s not healthy either.” Some great takeaways from John Gottman: “Discover your own happiness and bring it to a relationship.” John Gray says to look to yourself to be happy, and a relationship to make you happier. Get that 80% by yourself, and the final 20% is the cherry on top. It’s also key to realize that you can’t change your partner. “Most martial arguments cannot be solved, because they emanate from fundamental differences in lifestyle, personality, or values. Fighting is something that wastes time and harms your marriage. A successful relationship depends on the e xtent to which the male can accept the influence of the woman he loves and become socialized in emotional communication.” In your day-to-day lives as a couple, you have hit upon a dynamic that keeps your negative thoughts and feelings about each other (which all couples have) from overwhelming the positive ones. The goal is to have an emotionally intelligent marriage. Also, keep in mind that, “neuroses don’t have to ruin a marriage. If you can accommodate each other’s ‘crazy’ side and handle it with caring, affection, and respect, your marriage can thrive.” *Reprogramming Your Brain:* One recurring theme in all our lives is that we are replaying flawed childhood programming and our subconscious runs the show, 93-98% of time, as per Bruce Lipton. The way to counteract this is by awakening to this idea, acknowledging our patterned behavior and ‘issues’ and taking some space to control thoughts and emotions. Work on responding, instead of reacting. One of my most inspiring shows was with John Assaraf ( https://www.bradkearns.com/2020/09/15/john-assaraf-innercise-unlocking-the-power-of-your-trillion-dollar-brain-with-easy-habit-formation-and-doing-a-little-anyway-even-if-you-dont/ ) , who talked about Innercise, which is how to rewire your brain neurons through “tiny actions” that are do-able and non-intimidating. This helps build up your confidence and also helps you to start thinking differently. The brain has neuroplasticity, meaning it can become rewired for success and positivity, so why not take advantage of this? Remember to “Take 6” under stress. There are also a host of other techniques that take practice and repetition: affirmations, positive self talk, tools like MyNeurogym online courses, physical priming techniques like diaphragmatic breathing, meditation and mindfulness training, CBT, subliminal tapes. Or how about just refraining from self-critical comments and self-limiting beliefs? And then, start envisioning some possibilities? I also love what Jack Canfield says about implementing ‘Turnaround statements’: “If you want to find happiness in life, put a muzzle on that inner critic and transform it into an encouraging, loving, and positive inner coach.” The inner critic can be incredibly destructive; Canfield cites research that we talk to ourselves around 50,000 times per day and that 80 percent of that self-talk is negative. Canfield’s suggestion is to identify the belief you would like to change, determine how that belief limits you, and decide how you would rather be, act, or feel. Then, create a “turnaround statement” that affirms or gives you permission to be, act, or feel this new way. Then, you implant the statement into your subconscious mind by repeating the statement for 2-3 minutes, several times per day for a minimum of thirty days. If this stuff sounds silly to you, y…
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