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The Longevity & Biohacking Show with Jason Hartman & Fernando Aires

A show created to inform listeners on the important aspects of health, wealth and happiness to ensure you live life to its fullest. Your host, Jason Hartman, interviews top notch authors and gurus in the field to reveal expert advice. Guest include: Dr. Charles Tandy, David Ewing Duncan, Dr. Joseph Maroon, Dr. Edmund Chein, Dr. Michael Mosley, Matt Fitzgerald, Dr. Norman Shealy, Ari Tulla, Budge Collinson, Luis Tijerina, Ben Greenfield, Dr. Brett Osborn, Ted Anton, Patrick Cox, Jenny Craig, and many more.
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Now displaying: September, 2015
Sep 30, 2015

Proper supplementation and exercise are necessary for a fully functioning system.

 

Description: Everyone knows exercise makes everything better, but exercise doesn’t stop our cells from aging. In addition to a healthy lifestyle and nutritious food, supplementation becomes important to adults. Today’s show focuses on the four pillars of cenegenics which are nutrition, supplementation, exercise, and testosterone or TA65. We help you to understand the why behind the program and side effects which may arise and how to properly deal with them.

 

Key Takeaways:

[1:14] Dr. Alan Mintz and John Adams started our company 15 years ago

[3:26] Nutrition - Eat what God made in its most natural state

[4:47] Supplementation - Blood tests will help you understand the supplements you need

[6:56] Our program is preventative and focuses on clients optimum ranges

[11:33] Over 25,000 people have been in the program - 60% Male, 40% Female

[13:20] Exercise - Cardiovascular and resistance training

[17:33] Telomeres keep DNA molecules from unraveling

[19:08] When a cell divides it shortens, we try to length it

[20:32] Results of TA-65 are thicker hair, stamina, harder nails

[22:59] Changing bad habits is good for you but testosterone helps to build muscle

[24:54] Potential side effects are blood thickening and increased estrogen

[27:00] Supplemental testosterone can lower sperm counts in men

[27:52] Genetic markers for cholesterol

[30:26] We do not participate with any insurance companies

 

Mentions:

Cenegenics

Sep 26, 2015

Dr. Young started medical school with high ideals of curing illnesses and making people healthy. In his third year, he approached the grim realization that today's medicine is not about curing, it’s about which drug fits which ailment. He now uses early medicinal practices and papers to help his patients at the cell level and shares with us the only 8 minerals you need to survive.

 

Key Takeaways:

[1:25] I wanted to cure sickness and disease but they told me to shut up

[3:53] The first thing you need is a strong immune system and strong cell membrane

[5:39] Can you get too much protein and is it bad for my liver

[7:46] Is protein a large molecule

[8:11] Expanding your protein intake can open up your blood vessels to drop the pressure

[10:34] You want a whole protein, not an isolate

[11:09] A low heat protein without maltodextrin

[12:40] If you want to control your disease check your Vitamin D3

[15:40] You use between 5-10,000 IU a day just being alive

[17:14] If your cell membrane is not right it does not make Vitamin D

[18:44] When a cell starts to die it goes through a 3 step process

[20:40] Adding an oil to the protein, you must emulsify oil in a protein

[22:03] Leaching out your minerals through your kidneys

[23:45] The body only needs 8 minerals to produce all the other minerals it needs

[24:24] Sodium, chloride, calcium, iodine, manganese, magnesium, chromium and phosphorus

[26:26] When a cell swells the body swells

[28:00] During Holiday dinners eat plenty of proteins and don’t go overboard on desserts

 

 

Mentions:

Young Foundational Health Center

Young Health

Beyond Treatment

Jay Robb Protein Powder

Sep 16, 2015

We humans aren’t able to change our genetics, yet. What we do have control over, however, is the daily amount of stress and unhappiness we endure. While you may find yourself afraid of the unknown other side of life, Dr. Madow’s best advice is to make changes in your life which will increase your happiness level . As far as diet and exercise, you already know the rules. You don’t need an expensive gym membership you just need to eat right and get outside and move around. 

 

Key Takeaways:

[1:38] Besides good genes it’s all about your emotional health

[3:42] If you are miserable in your job or your relationships you must fix it

[5:53] Stress is a common cause of many illnesses

[8:14] Failing is a test, if the test proves negative move on to your next test 

[10:33] You know in your heart is something is right

[12:04] Obesity is more of a problem than famine, which boggles the mind

[14:31] Cut your food in half and try using smaller plates

[16:15] Eating 6 meals a day makes your body satisfied with less food

[16:45] Exercise around the home - Try the magic 4

[20:11] You don’t need technology to keep yourself active

[22:12] Clothes didn’t come in XXL in the past and sizes are bigger by design

[23:13] Vegan is a plant based, whole food diet 

[24:24] People take notice of your good health 

[25:16] My book really is just about simplifying your life 

 

Mentions:

Slice Your Age 

King Corn 

FitBit 

 

Impress the World with Your Body in 7 Days

Sep 9, 2015

Everyone has heard of stem cells but always in a shroud of controversy. We’ve all heard snippets of “Are they safe? Do you have to harvest them from embryo’s, etc.” In this episode we learn the difference between adult and embryonic stem cells, which one may be considered controversial and how this type of therapy may be the wave of the future in medicine. 

 

Key Takeaways:

[1:14] Dr. Jane has a passion for alternative medicine and practices endocrinology 

[1:46] Hyperbaric therapy uses a pressurized chamber to enhance cell regeneration 

[2:41] Hyperbaric is approved by medicare

[3:32] Stem cell therapy uses a person’s cells to repair damaged areas

[6:35] Adult or Embryonic stem cells, which stem cell is used for what reason 

[8:06] Using your own cells eliminates rejection 

[9:40] You can store your stem cells 

[10:29] Mexico, Europe, Thailand are all countries researching stem cells

[11:59] Adult stem cell use is still too new to be considered curative

[13:34] A healthy lifestyle may be more effective than stem cell therapy

[15:01] All reports and experiments show stem cell therapy works

[16:54] The next breakthrough in this technology may be over the counter

[17:39] Stem cell therapy is currently doctor administered

[18:38] Contact Dr.Jane and how to find her products 

[20:09] Growth factors stimulate skin cells 

[20:51] This is going to change medicine

 

Mentions:

Healing Saint 

 

Wellness 360

Sep 2, 2015

The practice of regenerative medicine through stem cells has only been practiced for 12 years, making it a comparatively new option. And while it doesn’t cure people it makes them better offering the body an added defense. The treatment includes an intravenous holistic approach and targeted injections for inflamed areas. The science behind the procedure is taken directly from naturally occurring body processes. While no one can know what the future holds especially in these early stages of regenerative medicines’ development but the current track record is promising.

 

Key Takeaways:

[1:13] Carpal tunnel led to intravenous cellular therapy

[3:39] Inflammation causes aging

[4:34] Cellular therapy is $15,000 to $25,000 and could be covered by Workmans Comp

[7:00] The science behind the therapy is based on a natural repair process

[10:24] Age management - preventative maintenance is easier than repair

[12:53] Lifespan may never reach the immortal level

[14:17] Every year cellular therapy gets better

[14:51] Research may be government funded in the future

[15:27] Contact Dr. Victor

[15:54] New York is only place but this will be changing in the future

[17:12] Intravenous treatment for the whole body with targeted local areas 

 

Mentions:

Regenmedicalpc.com

 

 

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