Jason Hartman talks with Brian M Delaney, author of The Longevity Diet and President of the Calorie Restriction Society. The two discuss whether cutting calories can lead you to a longer life, how to deal with the hunger that will ebb into your life, and new study information that is teaching us more about our bodies.
[0:35] Living longer by cutting calories?
[4:47] Why glucose can be so concerning
[6:35] If our bodies are so hungry after a hard workout, that can't be bad can it?
[10:49] The importance of body types throughout man's history
[15:18] The most important things to know about The Longevity Diet
[19:03] A new theory on hunger
Fernando Aires hosts this episode of The Longevity Show, and talks with the medical director at The Clinic at Bulletproof Labs, Dr. Scott Sherr. Scott is a certified medical physician, and certified in hyperbaric oxygen medicine. The two discuss the opening of the new lab inside of Bulletproof Labs, how much more effective IV/IM injections can be, quality control, hyperbaric therapy, and more.
[2:28] How Dr Sherr's company is working with Bulletproof Labs in their space in Santa Monica
[5:32] The importance of bioavailability, and how much effective doing it via IM/IV method is compared to oral methods
[8:05] Why fat/water solubility doesn't matter when you do supplements via IM/IV
[10:38] How Dr Sherr's company makes their signature cocktail, and why it's important
[14:39] The amount of quality control that's done before each cocktail is released to the public
[19:20] How to properly measure the results of the cocktails
[22:32] What hyperbaric therapy is and the benefits it provides
[25:42] When Dr Sherr's lab will open
Jason Hartman is joined by Dr Allen Francis to discuss how important changing diagnosis methods in the US has been, and the general trend in drug usage it has produced. The number of people currently dependent on things like anti-depressants, anti-anxiety, and anti-psychotic drugs, is beyond comprehension. Dr Frances tries to help Jason understand exactly what we're facing.
[1:50] Current usages of anti-depressants or psychological medicines in America are incredible
[3:50] Drug companies are targeting consumers, causing them to ask for (and receive) billions of dollars in unneeded prescriptions.
[7:40] Dr Frances hopes that prescription drug usage will follow the trend line smoking has been on for the last 20 years.
[9:10] Simply paying primary care doctors more would allow them to give each patient more time, and would probably transform medical standards in the US.
[13:20] Our current ‘let’s hope for the best’ mindset has only caused more problems
[15:15] After mass shootings we always talk about gun violence, but ignore the issue of what drugs the shooters had been taking
[17:00] Comparing medical systems of other countries (such as Egypt) to the USA shows some pretty unflattering results
[19:00] DSM-5 turns simple issues into huge diagnosable health concerns.
[20:55] Current guidelines have led to specialists seeing their specialty in every patient
Ira Pastor is the CEO of Bioquark. He has 30 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry including pharmaceutical commercialization, biotech drug development, managed care, distribution, OTC, and retail. Before joining Bioquark, Ira served as VP of Business Development for the Phytomedics Inc., bringing in $40 million of private equity and over $50 million of licensing deals.
Ira joined host Fernando Aires in this episode to talk about Bioquark's current research into making our bodies regenerate like other organisms in order to avoid all the trouble that can be created by introducing foreign bodies into our ecosystem.
[1:32] How Bioquark works
[3:38] Why humans aren't able to regenerate parts like "lower" organisms
[8:59] What triggers in the body cause regeneration to start?
[11:38] If Bioquark is tapping into our youthful regeneration to make our bodies heal faster
[15:57] The types of problems Bioquark is designed to solve
[19:36] How is it possible to bring people back from the dead?
[23:11] If they are currently doing any clinical research for recovering braindead patients
[27:49] Where the money for their research and development is coming from
[28:15] The biggest challenges facing Bioquark's work
Geoff Woods, inspired by Jim Rohn's quote "you are the average of the 5 people you spend the most time with", decided to spend his time with high level CEOs and entrepreneurs. That determination led him to become Vice President of The ONE Thing. Geoff is turning Gary Keller's best selling book, The ONE Thing, into a business. The mission of the business is simple, teaching people to truly focus in on their life and begin to do more by doing less.
[2:42] What "The ONE Thing" is
[6:24] One of Geoff's examples of his "most important thing"
[10:13] If Gary's multiple business ventures are going against the idea of "ONE thing"
[13:30] How to implement your one thing in your life
[16:50] It takes 66 days to make a habit stick
[19:15] Consuming content is great, but you have to take action