It’s an amazing time to be alive because we are in a breakthrough period in self-healthcare. Humans have been investigating cell-based longevity technologies for at least 15 years, but there have only been major improvements in the last 5 years. Using an individual's own bone marrow seems to be the way forward since many of us didn’t save our own umbilical cords. The success of such technologies is dependent on using your own stem cells and not synthetic or animal based stem cells. Balancing our hormones and increasing our nutrition levels are vital for elongating our lives and increasing our health spans.
[2:02] Coaching and the NutriBullet
[5:00] The NutriBullet 900 has a tremendous torque
[6:20] Stem cells can be replenished to help the body self-repair
[7:47] Cell-based longevity technologies have only been big for 5 years
[10:09] Are there side effects to using stem cells?
[12:16] Calcification is hardening of the tissue
[14:10] Our cure is within us
[15:59] Autologous mesenchymal stem cells
[18:15] U.S. regulatory agencies are corrupted by big money
[20:32] Nature’s solution to pollution is dilution
[22:43] Hydration and nutrition are the keys to longevity
[23:56] Rudolf Steiner’s formula to creating more nutritious foods
[25:11] Does one diet fit all?
[27:48] Longevity Now focuses on hormones and their roles in longevity
[31:36] Self-identify hormones that affect your metabolism
[34:10] Contact information for David
[34:31] Pick the lowest hanging fruit to enhance your own unique path towards longevity
Could it be we’ve been taking our temperatures wrong all this time? Jason’s guest Dr. Wade Webster says while traditional mercury based thermometers are capable of reading our bodies correct core temperature, we would need to keep the thermometer continually inserted for ten minutes or more. His company Prima-Temp is creating options for capsulized internal thermometers which one day may be fueled by the human body itself. A notifier would be sent to a mobile device so the user will know exactly what their core temperature is. The benefits behind knowing our core temperatures are driving additional research, but today we know the brain synchronizes the cells in the body based on the temperature of our surroundings. Our exposure to light (heat) also benefits us by assisting us in fighting infections, dealing with infertility issues and helping us take medications at optimum times.
[:58] What is a core temperature?
[1:56] What about traditional thermometers?
[3:19] The brain synchronizes the cells of the body
[4:08] The circadian rhythm
[5:23] Problems caused by living outside your circadian rhythm
[7:35] Fertility issues can be resolved by understanding circadian rhythm
[8:29] The device will send the information to your cell phone
[10:12] Making a digestible circuit for the body to produce its own energy
[10:54] $40 for a tablet for men, batteries included, the Priya ring for females is $200
[12:26] Insurance plans may or may not cover the cost
[12:57] Circadian health is important for fighting infections
[14:14] Contact Dr. Wade Webster
Since the 1970’s Americans have been experimenting with the next big diet craze. The allure of taking a pill to achieve better health is an idea that catapulted the supplement industry to a multi-billion dollar status. Our guest today, Ben Greenfield says “It’s all about finding a balance”. He shares his insights on easy to perform at-home blood tests, online concierge medicinal groups and wireless fitness devices. He is an Ironman athlete who believes the simple act of moving is the best fitness regimen the general public should start with and that there are ways to prepare popular nutrient-dense foods to make them more digestible.
[2:07] Longevity is now in their own hands with simple saliva and blood tests
[4:30] Wireless feedback devices are useful but safety is still a concern
[7:35] Know what is going on inside your body and bypass the doctor
[11:50] Understanding the feedback reports and proper reference ranges
[14:11] As technology progresses tests will become less expensive
[16:18] Eating foods that belong on the earth, as long as they are digestible
[22:15] Becoming a Superhero through “doable” extreme sports
[25:40] Move every day. Lift something heavy and sprint for optimum health
[27:49] TA65 – does it make you live longer? Astragalus root will work the same
[32:26] Contact information for Ben Greenfield
Deciphering the human genome has made a huge impact to increasing our health and lifespans. Beginning in the 1950’s longevity has entered the engineering phase which brings us closer to regenerative medicine, growing organs and tissue in labs and even spray on skin. With new technologies evolving more rapidly now than in any time in the past we may soon see ourselves extending our current lifespan by 5 or even 10 years. Some say it may strain the earth’s natural resources but others contend longer, healthier lives may boost innovation and with it the economy.
[1:27] From 1850 - 2016 human life expectancy has doubled
[6:53] The paradigm shift since the 1950’s is health has become an engineering project
[8:05] The price has dropped to sequence a human genome
[11:51] 3D printing to make tissue and eventually organs
[13:10] Spray on skin has been created by the military
[17:29] Increasing healthspan to match lifespan
[20:26] Chronic diseases set in later than before
[24:02] How many people can the earth support?
[28:18] Nanotechnology can help us manage waste
[30:06] We become wealthier as a society
[31:45] Contact Sonia Arrison