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  • 00:42:52

    Georgi Dinkov - Biohacking Mitochondria and Hormone Health for men and women - part 2

    · HealthCast Now - The Intersection of Health, Wellness & Circadian Optimization

    Georgi Dinkov Part 2  Georgi Dinkov is definitely an expert in biohacking and it’s amazing how he knows all this despite having a degree in IT instead of a degree related to medicine and biochemistry. Talking to him is like asking more than a few experts at once and he’ll make sure to quench your thirst for biochemical information.  In part 2 of our series, Georgi will discuss the effects of lactic acid build up on our mitochondria, recommend us a few supplements to take for mitochondrial health, and give biohack advice with regards to getting the most out of your supplements.    “Let your food be your drug and your drug be your food.” Georgi Dinkov      In this episode, you’ll learn:  Lower lactic acid levels allow your body’s cellular respiration to perform much better.  No matter how healthy you are, there's always a section of your cells in your body that's not respiring properly, not getting nutrition, and not producing ATP. Supplementing with something like methylene blue covers for those secluded areas.  Over exertion causes cortisol rises. Weight lifting is only beneficial for you if after the exercise the levels of testosterone is higher than cortisol.  Cortisol prevents testosterone synthesis by suppressing the gonads, the testicles. If you don’t stop, the body eventually adapts and stop producing testosterone.  Backup source of testosterone = DHEA.  Aging and chronic stresses atrophies the layer that produces DHEA and you're left with nothing.  If you see cortisol and estrogen rising, and your testosterone and cholesterol aren't going up too, you're probably not in a good state.  You want to be away from a catabolic state but don't go overboard with anabolism since it promotes cancer.  The goal of supplementation is to get a chemical in your circulation. When it comes to oral supplements, nothing gets to your blood stream without going through your liver first. Liver decides if it keeps it for itself, get it excreted, or let it pass the bloodstream.  Topical supplements allow your tissues to get the most out of your supplements since the supplement doesn’t pass through the liver first.  If you don't get enough protein both your muscle mass and brain function won't be optimal.  FDA no longer considers dietary cholesterol nor dietary saturated fat to be dangerous for your health.   The body needs a bit of carbs for glucose. Long term ketone use is good for epilepsy but people who don’t cycle between ketosis suffers from cognitive decline.    Key Takeaways:  Raise your levels of cholesterol. It's not good to have low levels of cholesterol. People with low cholesterol have high chances of getting and dying from cancer. Low cholesterol by itself is actually not a good sign.  You will not grow muscle if you're cholesterol levels are low since you won't have testosterone.    Connect with Georgi Dinkov:  Ray Peat Forum    Mentioned in this episode:  Protein Information Resource    Rate, Review, Connect, Inspire    Stay updated on new episodes, guest interviews, and health, wellness, and fitness information and resources by subscribing to the HealthCastNow Podcast Show on iTunes. Every day we bring you actionable insight, demystified truth, and simple steps to help you navigate the complex, often confusing health, wellness, and fitness information and answer the questions you’ve been asking. Visit HealthCastNow.Com or subscribe on iTunes today!

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  • 00:32:15

    Georgi Dinkov - Biohacking Mitochondria and Hormone Health for men and women - part 1

    · HealthCast Now - The Intersection of Health, Wellness & Circadian Optimization

    Georgi Dinkov Part 1  When it comes to biohacking, our go-to guy is Georgi Dinkov. Georgi is probably one of the few people who is always ready to give you a whole world of answers. The interesting thing about Georgi is how he doesn’t have a formal education with regards to what constitutes biohacking specially biochemistry and has only his interest and a few conferences under his belt to prove his merit. Still, he can hold a good conversation with an actual biochemist as you’ll realize in this episode.  Today Georgi will discuss a plethora of information regarding biohacking. The topics would revolve around mitochondrial health, cellular respiration, and Georgi’s thoughts on the medical industry.     “If you want to cure all these diseases, you better restore mitochondrial function.” Georgi Dinkov      In this episode, you’ll learn:  The mitochondria are responsible for 80% of our body’s ATP.  The three steps to cellular respiration are Glycolysis, Krebs Cycle, and Electro Transport Chain. The Mitochondria is responsible for the second and third step.  Our lifestyle can cause and cure metabolic disease.  More money is now being used to fund studies regarding the Warburg effect. Some even say the Warburg effect is not just an effect but also the cause of cancer.  Any activity, fun and not strenuous, is healthy for you and your mitochondria.   If you run and you can't hold a conversation, you're overexerting yourself. Overexertion is dangerous and can backfire against your mitochondrial health.  Hardcore Endurance enthusiasts are dried up and considered good but the truth is they might have cardiomyopathy or enlargement of the heart and eventually lead to chronic heart failure by their 40s.    Key Takeaways:  Activity is good but it should be stimulating, not be strenuous and exhausting or make you collapse.  You will not grow muscle if you're cholesterol levels are low since you won't have testosterone.    Connect with Georgi Dinkov:  Ray Peat Forum    Mentioned in this episode:  Protein Information Resource  Cancer Surpasses Heart Disease as Leading Cause of Death for All But the Very Elderly  Common Food Additive Promotes Colon Cancer In Mice    Rate, Review, Connect, Inspire    Stay updated on new episodes, guest interviews, and health, wellness, and fitness information and resources by subscribing to the HealthCastNow Podcast Show on iTunes. Every day we bring you actionable insight, demystified truth, and simple steps to help you navigate the complex, often confusing health, wellness, and fitness information and answer the questions you’ve been asking. Visit HealthCastNow.Com or subscribe on iTunes today!

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  • 00:41:59

    Dr Tommy Wood -Optimal Health & Wellness - Diet, Exercise and Your Environment with

    · HealthCast Now - The Intersection of Health, Wellness & Circadian Optimization

    Tommy Wood is the chief medical officer of Nourish Balance Thrive, a company that developed a science-based, personalized support program to help clients regain their optimal performance through various lifestyle changes. Before he found the path to fitness and wellness, Tommy’s idea of a health routine involved lots of TV time and a pack of cookies. He escaped that life when he went to college to get a degree in biochemistry, worked as a traditional doctor of medicine, and obtained a PhD in physiology and neuroscience. He has since worked with many clients and helped them get their lives back. Today, Tommy shares his thoughts on the importance of sleep, what he thinks real food should be made of, and why getting a six-pack now might not be great for long-term. "It's very difficult to do circadian rhythm and sleep by brute force.” Dr. Tommy Wood In this episode, you’ll learn: If a client hits a plateau, it's usually the environment than exercise and diet. Circadian rhythm is important for long term wellness. It's not just about avoiding blue light, but also getting a lot of sunlight during the day. It's important to have a tailored fit into your wellness routine. Eating seasonally is eating the way the body is designed to eat. Where you are and what grows locally there tell you what you should be eating. Be your own health advocate and watch out for biased articles or studies. Even Olive oil products can be adulterated and become unhealthy for consumption. Do your research and make sure it's all made of olive oil. If you are trying to get a certain performance in a certain sport, then some form of excess training is fine, but what you may be training might not be good for you in the long term. Tommy shares what The Upside Down Movement Pyramid is all about. Strength and muscle mass are some of the best predictors of longevity. When it comes to following advice from someone in social media, be careful. What someone projects and what's going on under the hood is not the same thing. Looking online for answers or being part of a community is okay, but don't forget to have personal connections outside the internet. The earlier you build these relationships, the better. Key Takeaways: You’re better off being strong and healthy for 70-80 years rather than have a six-pack now and go down from there. Anything that doesn't come in a package or cook from a single ingredient is real food. If it comes in a box, don't buy it. When you spend so much time on social media, you won't get deep connection or purpose you need for long term health. Find some human interaction. Connect with Dr. Tommy Wood: Nourish Balance Thrive official Nourish Balance Thrive podcast Facebook Twitter Resources Mentioned: The Great Upside-Down Movement Pyramid blog Doug McGuff Neuro-Mass book by Jon Bruney Rate, Review, Connect, Inspire Stay updated on new episodes, guest interviews, and health, wellness, and fitness information and resources by subscribing to the HealthCastNow Podcast Show oniTunes. Every day we bring you actionable insight, demystified truth, and simple steps to help you navigate the complex, often confusing health, wellness, and fitness information and answer the questions you’ve been asking. Visit HealthCastNow.Com or subscribe on iTunes today!

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  • 00:34:35

    Dr. Tim Jackson - Biohacking with LLLT Red Light, IR & Glutathione, Molecular Hydrogen - Part 2

    · HealthCast Now - The Intersection of Health, Wellness & Circadian Optimization

    Dr. Tim Jackson is one of the leading experts in mitochondrial health, and today, he joins Kevin on the show to share some incredibly valuable information on how a healthy mitochondrial system functions, what you may feel like with a dysfunctional mitochondrial system, and what you can do to repair the damage at the cellular level. Dr. Tim obtained his undergraduate degree from Wake Forest University in 2003 in health science and Chemistry and in 2009, he received his doctorate in physical therapy from the Medical University of South Carolina. Additionally, he has conducted significant studies in functional medicine, nutritional biochemistry, digestive health, and functional endocrinology. “If you don’t get rid of the deterrent to mitochondrial health, the mitochondrial won’t work. Period.” Dr. Tim Jackson In This Episode You Will Learn: Why the mitochondrial system is so important to your overall health. The effects of inflammation, supplements, and the environment on your mitochondrial health. Why avoiding mold and mycotoxins are critical to mitochondrial health. Why you should test your reduced glutathione to oxidized glutathione. How antibiotics can damage the mitochondria Does getting blue light, especially after sunset, negatively affect mitochondrial health? Why many medical practitioners don’t understand the concept of a mitochondrial threshold. EMF device effects on the “Cell Danger Responses” of the mitochondria cells. Optimal ways to increase DHA in your diet.   Mentioned in This Episode: Doug Wallace’s Series Pharmasan Labs Tim Ferriss’ article in Outside Magazine Cell Danger Response   Key Takeaways: Rehabilitate the mitochondrial membrane with fatty acids and fossil lipids. Supply sufficient amounts of glutathione, especially reduced glutathione, and super oxide dismutase. Avoid toxins, environmental toxins, and pollution that will affect the mitochondria.   Connect with Dr. Tim Jackson: Heal Your Body website Rate, Review, Connect, Inspire Stay updated on new episodes, guest interviews, and health, wellness, and fitness information and resources by subscribing to the HealthCastNow Podcast Show on iTunes. Every day we bring you actionable insight, demystified truth, and simple steps to help you navigate the complex, often confusing health, wellness, and fitness information and answer the questions you’ve been asking . Visit HealthCastNow.Com or subscribe on iTunes today!

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  • 00:25:57

    Dr. Tim Jackson - Biohacking with LLLT Red Light, IR & Glutathione, Molecular Hydrogen - Part 1

    · HealthCast Now - The Intersection of Health, Wellness & Circadian Optimization

    Dr. Tim Jackson is one of the leading experts in mitochondrial health, and today, he joins Kevin on the show to share some incredibly valuable information on how a healthy mitochondrial system functions, what you may feel like with a dysfunctional mitochondrial system, and what you can do to repair the damage at the cellular level. Dr. Tim obtained his undergraduate degree from Wake Forest University in 2003 in health science and Chemistry and in 2009, he received his doctorate in physical therapy from the Medical University of South Carolina. Additionally, he has conducted significant studies in functional medicine, nutritional biochemistry, digestive health, and functional endocrinology. “If you don’t get rid of the deterrent to mitochondrial health, the mitochondrial won’t work. Period.” Dr. Tim Jackson In This Episode You Will Learn: Why the mitochondrial system is so important to your overall health. The effects of inflammation, supplements, and the environment on your mitochondrial health. Why avoiding mold and mycotoxins are critical to mitochondrial health. Why you should test your reduced glutathione to oxidized glutathione. How antibiotics can damage the mitochondria Does getting blue light, especially after sunset, negatively affect mitochondrial health? Why many medical practitioners don’t understand the concept of a mitochondrial threshold. EMF device effects on the “Cell Danger Responses” of the mitochondria cells. Optimal ways to increase DHA in your diet.   Mentioned in This Episode: Doug Wallace’s Series Pharmasan Labs Tim Ferriss’ article in Outside Magazine Cell Danger Response   Key Takeaways: Rehabilitate the mitochondrial membrane with fatty acids and fossil lipids. Supply sufficient amounts of glutathione, especially reduced glutathione, and super oxide dismutase. Avoid toxins, environmental toxins, and pollution that will affect the mitochondria.   Connect with Dr. Tim Jackson: Heal Your Body website Rate, Review, Connect, Inspire Stay updated on new episodes, guest interviews, and health, wellness, and fitness information and resources by subscribing to the HealthCastNow Podcast Show on iTunes. Every day we bring you actionable insight, demystified truth, and simple steps to help you navigate the complex, often confusing health, wellness, and fitness information and answer the questions you’ve been asking . Visit HealthCastNow.Com or subscribe on iTunes today!

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  • 00:29:10

    Paleo vs. Vegan vs. LCHF vs. Ketogenic - Is there a perfect Diet for Optimal Wellness and Health with Dr John Berardi Part 2

    · HealthCast Now - The Intersection of Health, Wellness & Circadian Optimization

    Dr. John Berardi is one of Precision Nutrition’s health practitioners whose goal in life is to ensure any person, regardless of social or cultural background, have access to an opportunity to be healthy and fit. He has helped Precision Nutrition coach over 70,000 people - most of them are popular athletes and sports teams we’ve all heard of or watched on TV. In Part 2 of our interview, John puts emphasis on the importance of training an individual to eat well and not just tell them what to eat and what not to eat. He is an advocate of teaching people the tools they need to maintain a healthy lifestyle first over simply giving them a how-to approach.   “The more aggressive you are in the beginning, the more likely you are to fail in the long term.” Dr. John Berardi     In this episode, you’ll learn: Intermittent fasting, while effective and has lots of benefits, is rarely introduced to new clients. It’s a big shift in lifestyle and new clients have yet to build the right foundation of skills to succeed in this type of diet. John says the exercise world is way better at coaching than the nutrition world simply because the exercise world encourages people to learn new exercises slowly and progressively whereas most of the nutrition world is geared to a do this, do that approach to teaching. Predetermined protocols are necessary to notice deficiencies or the skills they lack to progress. Physiological and skill and experiential differences between people affect the type of diet they can apply to their lives. Intermittent fasting is good for experts and long term practitioners but lifestyle conditions change and it can degrade their health. The very things you had success with in the beginning of your radical weight loss experience are the things that set you up for failure after that.   Key Takeaways: When following a diet program, you have to ask yourself whether the practices you follow right now be able to survive my worst days or worst years of your life. Your health and nutrition needs to be proofed against your worst days and years.   Connect with Dr. John Berardi: Precision Nutrition Facebook Rate, Review, Connect, Inspire Stay updated on new episodes, guest interviews, and health, wellness, and fitness information and resources by subscribing to the HealthCastNow Podcast Show on iTunes. Every day we bring you actionable insight, demystified truth, and simple steps to help you navigate the complex, often confusing health, wellness, and fitness information and answer the questions you’ve been asking. Visit HealthCastNow.Com or subscribe on iTunes today!

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  • 00:32:18

    Paleo vs. Vegan vs. LCHF vs. Ketogenic - Is there a perfect Diet for Optimal Wellness and Health with Dr John Berardi Part 1

    · HealthCast Now - The Intersection of Health, Wellness & Circadian Optimization

    Dr. John Berardi has devoted his entire career to making sure everyone has an opportunity to become healthy and fit, regardless of their personal background. He has had a Master’s degree in Exercise Science since he original thought of becoming a strength coach. He then decided to get a PhD in Exercise and Nutritional Biochemistry because he realized nutrition was a limiting factor for a lot of people. When he was working in the lab, he credited his advisor for helping shape his career by encouraging him to get real world experience. This paved the way to working with sports teams and pro athletes, much like what he does today. Today we’re going to talk about the many types of diets that have become popular in the last decade and whether one of them is the perfect diet. In between, John also shares his experience working with all sorts of people under Precision Nutrition and tell us how he handled not so typical clients and what diet worked for them in the end.   “I think it's people’s birthright to be healthy, fit, and live well.” Dr. John Berardi     In this episode, you’ll learn: John says he can’t just declare one diet is perfect just because it’s the diet that worked either for him or most of his clients. It’s because there’s a chance the diet “may not be feasible, reasonable, psychologically palatable” for everyone. What's important is they find something that works for them despite the bumps in the road they encounter along the way for a good period of time. The downside is this can make them more biased towards what worked for them and strongly advocate it. A great diet is the kind of diet that can work with a location’s certain culture. Dietary preferences can be thru palate but most are cultural. Just paying attention to what you are eating helps you make better choices. If you don't pay attention to what you eat, no good technique will matter. All great diets promote higher quality food and not processed and junk food. The part of the brain that does the change is not involved in higher learning. So reading and sharing won't always make people change. What people need aren’t educational materials but solid practices they can apply in a sensible manner.   Key Takeaways: Don’t tell people that what works for you is the only thing other people should do; it doesn't encourage healthy change.   Connect with Dr. John Berardi: Precision Nutrition Facebook   Rate, Review, Connect, Inspire Stay updated on new episodes, guest interviews, and health, wellness, and fitness information and resources by subscribing to the HealthCastNow Podcast Show on iTunes. Every day we bring you actionable insight, demystified truth, and simple steps to help you navigate the complex, often confusing health, wellness, and fitness information and answer the questions you’ve been asking . Visit HealthCastNow.Com or subscribe on iTunes today!

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  • 00:35:50

    Ricky Sharpe - Circadian Biohacking for Optimal Health & Wellness via Quantum Biology and Lifestyle choices - Part 3

    · HealthCast Now - The Intersection of Health, Wellness & Circadian Optimization

    Ricky Sharpe is an experienced biohacker from the United Kingdom (UK) who focuses on Quantum Biology and Health via pro Circadian lifestyle choices and inputs. During the interview Ricky shares the story of where is passion for health and wellness began. In November 2007 his father was diagnosed with Lung Cancer. After being told he would live for longer than 12 months if the family took the option of treatment, he tragically passed away a mere 10 weeks later on Valentine’s Day in 2008. His aim from that day forward was to become the expert and protect my loved ones from falling victim to well-intentioned healthcare practitioners and a broken system. To quote his website.   “The level of my understanding now reaches into the realms of Quantum Physics and beyond, and so i'm trying to condense this knowledge and insight into layperson terms.  In the early 2000's there were plenty of MP3 players on the market being sold as '2 Gigabites of Data' - The product never really took off until Steve jobs released the Ipod and spoke in simple terms '500 songs in your pocket.'  My aim is to do the same to Quantum Health: Help people understand why it's important, how it can be simple, and the benefits it will give them for free from now for the rest of their lives, without supplements, Devices or fear of the dreaded 'C' word”   In this episode, you’ll learn: The EZ Route System that Ricky Sharpe has compiled for Optimal Health & Wellness Preface The EZ Route #1 Oxygen #1a How to really breath beyond your Lungs: Cellular Respiration The EZ Route #2 Water #2a H2O and beyond The EZ Route #3 Light #3a what is full spectrum light: Rainbows and Pots of Gold #3b does your sun give you vitamin D #3c heat adaption and internal light #3d Becoming a Human solar panel - Attracting the Light you need #3e Invisible light - Infrared, UV and Many Many more #3f GDV Cameras: Proof of your inner light The EZ Route #4 Body Electric #4a Grounding The EZ Route #5 Artificial Light #5a The Endless Summer: blue light and body clocks #5(b) blue light and your irresistible appetite ​The EZ Route #6 Tell your Body to Burn Fat: The 3 signals and Fat burning season.  #6(a) the 3 signals #6(b) Keto (Fat) Adaptation and mobility (How to burn Fat using Science) #6(c) Food: Acid and Alkaline, Protons and Electrons #6(d) 80:20 coffee: the beginning of insulin sensitivity #6(e) intermittent fasting mastering insulin sensitivity ​The EZ Route #7 Sleep #7a The Sleep hormone: Melatonin #7b Babies, Sleep and Blue light ​The EZ Route #8 EMF, Radiation and Magnetism #8a High frequency #8b Low Frequency #8c How i made my house more Quantum - The Future for Building Regulations Key Takeaways: We alone are in charge of our health. A simple set of basic steps daily that are pro-circadian aligned and focused on Quantum health can have a massive effect on your health.   Connect with Ricky Sharpe: Ricky Sharpe - EZ Route Official Website   Mentioned in this episode: Facebook Group: Quantum Health: Light, Water and Magnetism   Rate, Review, Connect, Inspire Stay updated on new episodes, guest interviews, and health, wellness, and fitness information and resources by subscribing to the HealthCastNow Podcast Show on iTunes. Every day we bring you actionable insight, demystified truth, and simple steps to help you navigate the complex, often confusing health, wellness, and fitness information and answer the questions you’ve been asking. Visit HealthCastNow.Com or subscribe on iTunes today!

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  • 00:31:55

    Ricky Sharpe - Circadian Biohacking for Optimal Health & Wellness via Quantum Biology and Lifestyle choices - Part 2

    · HealthCast Now - The Intersection of Health, Wellness & Circadian Optimization

    Ricky Sharpe is an experienced biohacker from the United Kingdom (UK) who focuses on Quantum Biology and Health via pro Circadian lifestyle choices and inputs.   During the interview Ricky shares the story of where is passion for health and wellness began. In November 2007 his father was diagnosed with Lung Cancer.  After being told he would live for longer than 12 months if the family took the option of treatment, he tragically passed away a mere 10 weeks later on Valentine’s Day in 2008.   My aim from that day forward was to become the expert and protect my loved ones from falling victim to well intentioned healthcare practitioners and a broken system.   To quote his website.     “The level of my understanding now reaches into the realms of Quantum Physics and beyond, and so i'm trying to condense this knowledge and insight into layperson terms.  In the early 2000's there were plenty of MP3 players on the market being sold as '2 Gigabites of Data' - The product never really took off until Steve jobs released the Ipod and spoke in simple terms '500 songs in your pocket.'  My aim is to do the same to Quantum Health: Help people understand why it's important, how it can be simple, and the benefits it will give them for free from now for the rest of their lives, without supplements, Devices or fear of the dreaded 'C' word”   In this episode, you’ll learn: The EZ Route System that Ricky Sharpe has compiled for Optimal Health & Wellness PrefaceThe EZ Route #1 Oxygen#1a How to really breath beyond your Lungs: Cellular RespirationThe EZ Route #2 Water#2a H2O and beyondThe EZ Route #3 Light#3a what is full spectrum light: Rainbows and Pots of Gold#3b does your sun give you vitamin D#3c heat adaption and internal light#3d Becoming a Human solar panel - Attracting the Light you need#3e Invisible light - Infrared, UV and Many Many more#3f GDV Cameras: Proof of your inner light The EZ Route #4 Body Electric#4a GroundingThe EZ Route #5 Artificial Light#5a The Endless Summer: blue light and body clocks#5(b) blue light and your irresistible appetite​The EZ Route #6 Tell your Body to Burn Fat: The 3 signals and Fat burning season. #6(a) the 3 signals#6(b) Keto (Fat) Adaptation and mobility (How to burn Fat using Science)#6(c) Food: Acid and Alkaline, Protons and Electrons#6(d) 80:20 coffee: the beginning of insulin sensitivity#6(e) intermittent fasting mastering insulin sensitivity​The EZ Route #7 Sleep#7a The Sleep hormone: Melatonin#7b Babies, Sleep and Blue light​The EZ Route #8 EMF, Radiation and Magnetism#8a High frequency#8b Low Frequency#8c How i made my house more Quantum - The Future for Building Regulations Key Takeaways: We alone are in charge of our health. A simple set of basic steps daily that are pro-circadian aligned and focused on Quantum health can have a massive effect on your health.   Connect with Ricky Sharpe: Ricky Sharpe - EZ Route Official Website   Mentioned in this episode: Facebook Group: Quantum Health: Light, Water and Magnetism   Rate, Review, Connect, Inspire Stay updated on new episodes, guest interviews, and health, wellness, and fitness information and resources by subscribing to the HealthCastNow Podcast Show on iTunes. Every day we bring you actionable insight, demystified truth, and simple steps to help you navigate the complex, often confusing health, wellness, and fitness information and answer the questions you’ve been asking . Visit HealthCastNow.Com or subscribe on iTunes today!

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  • 00:31:52

    Ricky Sharpe - Circadian Biohacking for Optimal Health & Wellness via Quantum Biology and Lifestyle choices - Part 1

    · HealthCast Now - The Intersection of Health, Wellness & Circadian Optimization

    Ricky Sharpe is an experienced biohacker from the United Kingdom (UK) who focuses on Quantum Biology and Health via pro Circadian lifestyle choices and inputs. During the interview Ricky shares the story of where is passion for health and wellness began. In November 2007 his father was diagnosed with Lung Cancer. After being told he would live for longer than 12 months if the family took the option of treatment, he tragically passed away a mere 10 weeks later on Valentine’s Day in 2008. His aim from that day forward was to become the expert and protect my loved ones from falling victim to well-intentioned healthcare practitioners and a broken system. To quote his website.   “The level of my understanding now reaches into the realms of Quantum Physics and beyond, and so i'm trying to condense this knowledge and insight into layperson terms.  In the early 2000's there were plenty of MP3 players on the market being sold as '2 Gigabites of Data' - The product never really took off until Steve jobs released the Ipod and spoke in simple terms '500 songs in your pocket.'  My aim is to do the same to Quantum Health: Help people understand why it's important, how it can be simple, and the benefits it will give them for free from now for the rest of their lives, without supplements, Devices or fear of the dreaded 'C' word”   In this episode, you’ll learn: The EZ Route System that Ricky Sharpe has compiled for Optimal Health & Wellness Preface The EZ Route #1 Oxygen #1a How to really breath beyond your Lungs: Cellular Respiration The EZ Route #2 Water #2a H2O and beyond The EZ Route #3 Light #3a what is full spectrum light: Rainbows and Pots of Gold #3b does your sun give you vitamin D #3c heat adaption and internal light #3d Becoming a Human solar panel - Attracting the Light you need #3e Invisible light - Infrared, UV and Many Many more #3f GDV Cameras: Proof of your inner light The EZ Route #4 Body Electric #4a Grounding The EZ Route #5 Artificial Light #5a The Endless Summer: blue light and body clocks #5(b) blue light and your irresistible appetite ​The EZ Route #6 Tell your Body to Burn Fat: The 3 signals and Fat burning season.  #6(a) the 3 signals #6(b) Keto (Fat) Adaptation and mobility (How to burn Fat using Science) #6(c) Food: Acid and Alkaline, Protons and Electrons #6(d) 80:20 coffee: the beginning of insulin sensitivity #6(e) intermittent fasting mastering insulin sensitivity ​The EZ Route #7 Sleep #7a The Sleep hormone: Melatonin #7b Babies, Sleep and Blue light ​The EZ Route #8 EMF, Radiation and Magnetism #8a High frequency #8b Low Frequency #8c How i made my house more Quantum - The Future for Building Regulations Key Takeaways: We alone are in charge of our health. A simple set of basic steps daily that are pro-circadian aligned and focused on Quantum health can have a massive effect on your health.   Connect with Ricky Sharpe: Ricky Sharpe - EZ Route Official Website   Mentioned in this episode: Facebook Group: Quantum Health: Light, Water and Magnetism   Rate, Review, Connect, Inspire Stay updated on new episodes, guest interviews, and health, wellness, and fitness information and resources by subscribing to the HealthCastNow Podcast Show on iTunes. Every day we bring you actionable insight, demystified truth, and simple steps to help you navigate the complex, often confusing health, wellness, and fitness information and answer the questions you’ve been asking. Visit HealthCastNow.Com or subscribe on iTunes today!

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  • 00:42:01

    Leanne Vogel - Keto Diet - Ketogenic Diet & Successful Health & Wellness

    · HealthCast Now - The Intersection of Health, Wellness & Circadian Optimization

    Today, our host Kevin Cottrell talks with Keto Diet expert Leanne Vogel.  Leanne has studied nutrition and over the past 10 years she has tried and changed several diets before landing on Keto. Keto has helped Leanne overcome health issues by adjusting the KetoGenic Diet to her body’s needs. Author of the Keto Diet Book Leanne explains how wonderful the diet has been for her and gives us a great opening on how to effectively use the KetoGenic diet by making adjustments. Leanne also explains factors that can interfere with the results and gives us tips on how to overcome the difficulties to gain the maximum off your KetoGenic Diet. “If what you are doing isn't working then you owe yourself to try something different” – Leanne Vogel   In This Episode You Will Learn: The Ketogenic Protocol is not a “one size fits all”. Making your personal adjustments to work for your body can bring great results. Things to consider if your diet is not working for you. Stress is a huge factor that interferes with your success. Letting your body wake up and adjust to situations is important Feeling hungry is natural and pushing your body to drive towards 0 carbs might not work for you. Carbs are not the enemy.. An abundance of carbs is the enemy How and why and what Ketones should beginners track Regular blood tests help to keep up with your progress    Mentioned in This Episode: Even the way fats are prosseced is important Omega 6:3 ratio is important for a fat There are 5 different approaches to the KetoGenic Diet    Key Takeaway: If you find you body cannot adjust to the KetoGenic diet then you can adjust the Diet. Stress and state of mind have impact on your progress Your body wants to be healthy so listen to it   Connect with Morley:   Audio Book - KetoDietBook.com Website/Podcast - KedoDietPodcast   Rate, Review, Connect, Inspire  Stay updated on new episodes, guest interviews, and health, wellness, and fitness information and resources by subscribing to the HealthCastNow Podcast Show on iTunes. Every day we bring you actionable insight, demystified truth, and simple steps to help you navigate the complex, often confusing health, wellness, and fitness information and answer the questions you’ve been asking. Visit HealthCastNow.Com or subscribe on iTunes today! Free health, wellness and fitness tips, tricks and wellness advice from healthcastnow.com. Tune in to the latest health, wellness and fitness topics where we interview thought leaders and world class experts in exercise, health, medicine and wellness with a focus on demystifying and deconstructing overly complex topics in order to provide actionable health & fitness information that you can apply to your everyday lifestyle to move yourself closer to optimal health & wellness. Go to healthcastnow.com for incredibly valuable show notes, links and resources for every episode in our archives. This podcast includes episodes covering longevity, diet, weight loss, healthy living, wellness, workout, exercise, muscle gain, fat loss, weight lifting, bodybuilding, Paleo, Primal, Crossfit, vegan, vegetarian, biohacking and circadian based health advice

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  • 00:42:01

    Dr. Sachin Patel - Be Your Own Health & Wellness Advocate

    · HealthCast Now - The Intersection of Health, Wellness & Circadian Optimization

    Dr. Sachin Patel is a functional medicine expert, practitioner, and coach for patients and practitioners wanting to improve their health or the health of their patients. His journey started as a traditionally trained chiropractor, graduated specializing in sports injuries and soft tissue therapy when his interest and passion shifted to helping people achieve their health goals through functional medicine techniques. Dr. Sachin has worked with countless top-performing professional athletes, Olympians, and patients and strongly believes that the reason that some patients feel they are not receiving appropriate health from the medical practitioners is because “the approach is completely backwards.” Today, he explains why getting to the root of the cause of an illness or disease by incorporating proven, functional medicine techniques can significantly impact a person’s overall health and wellness. He provides simple, valuable tips and strategies that anyone can incorporate into their day-to-day routine and experience significant results. “When it comes to our health, it’s simple things we do consistently that can set off the chain reaction of nature.” – Dr. Sachin Patel In This Episode You Will Learn: How functional medicine and traditional medicine differ. Why Dr. Sachin believes that functional medicine is the future of medicine. Autonomic tone and how it affects the healing process. How cortisol and insulin are closely related Why nutrition, meal scheduling, and the mental state we are in during a meal are so important to how we digest food. The only thing proven to change our microbiome long term isn’t probiotics. It’s our diet. Trying to be perfect creates a recipe for failure. How to find a functional medicine practitioner What bio-hacks is Dr. Sachin currently focusing on the most? Essential Core Values for Optimal Health: Sleep and circadian rhythm alignment Movement and activity Hydration Morning gratitude Focus on autonomic tone Mentioned in This Episode: Muse Headband HeartMath Functional Medicine website Connect with Dr. Sachin Patel: 30-and-30 program Become Proof website – for patients Functional Medicine Consultant website – for practitioners Rate, Review, Connect, Inspire Stay updated on new episodes, guest interviews, and health, wellness, and fitness information and resources by subscribing to the HealthCastNow Podcast Show oniTunes. Every day we bring you actionable insight, demystified truth, and simple steps to help you navigate the complex, often confusing health, wellness, and fitness information and answer the questions you’ve been asking. Visit HealthCastNow.Com or subscribe on iTunes today!

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  • 00:38:40

    Dr. Kirk Parsley - Sleep and Optimal Health & Wellness - Part 2

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    Dr. Kirk Parsley Sleep and Optimal Health & Wellness - Part 2 In the last episode, we introduced you to Dr. Kirk Parsley, former Navy Seal, doctor, and expert sleep optimization practitioner. Dr. Kirk has helped thousands of patients achieve better health, wellness, and performance by optimizing their sleep naturally. Today, we discuss sleep routines and rituals, why many men find it easier to fall asleep quickly versus women, how sunrise light can impact your overall sleep quality, and how Vitamin D, magnesium, and other naturally derived or supplemented vitamins and minerals can impact the quality of your sleep.   “Your sleep routine has to be ritualized.” Dr. Kirk Parsley   In This Episode You Will Learn: What is “sleep pressure” and how is it different for men and women? The direct link between light from sunrise, vitamin D, magnesium and sleep optimization. What is “bright light therapy” and how can it impact your sleep/wake cycle? What is the “ultradian rhythm.” What are the ingredients in Dr. Kirk’s sleep remedy supplements and how he feels about supplement usage?   Mentioned in This Episode: D Minder App   Connect with Dr. Kirk Parsley: Doc Parsley’s Website Doc Parsley’s Sleep Remedy Supplements   The Takeaway: For health, longevity, and performance, you don’t need strict workout programs or exercise regimes. You really only need to be active and optimize your sleep.   Rate, Review, Connect, Inspire Stay updated on new episodes, guest interviews, and health, wellness, and fitness information and resources by subscribing to the HealthCastNow Podcast Show oniTunes. Every day we bring you actionable insight, demystified truth, and simple steps to help you navigate the complex, often confusing health, wellness, and fitness information and answer the questions you’ve been asking. Visit HealthCastNow.Com or subscribe on iTunes today!

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  • 00:33:15

    Doc Kirk Parsley - Sleep and Optimal Health & Wellness - Part 1

    · HealthCast Now - The Intersection of Health, Wellness & Circadian Optimization

    On today’s episode, Kevin is joined by former Navy Seal Specialist Dr. Kirk Parsley. Dr. Kirk shares his interesting story on how many people in and out of the military share similar sleep patterns – particularly people who are serial entrepreneurs, CEO’s, and shift workers. He explains how he started his journey into functional health and medicine as well as why his medical practice currently focuses mostly in helping people achieve optimal sleep hygiene and sleep quality. Dr. Kirk shares a wealth of knowledge and understanding about the traditional medical field, functional medicine, as well as his time working in the Navy Seals. Today, he shares some of his advice, suggestions, and tips on how improving your sleep, sleep quality, and sleep hygiene can help you improve your overall health and wellness, allow your body to repair after a strenuous workout, and fight off many diseases.   “Overtraining and under recovering are two sides of the same coin.” Dr. Kirk Parsley   In This Episode You Will Learn: Kirk’s journey from Navy Seals training to traditional medical school, functional health and sleep optimization. How sleep affects the adrenal and hormonal functions within your body. Why he believes robbing yourself of sleep or using sleep aids is interfering with the most anabolic period of your life. Sleep deprivation increases your risk of virtually every disease. How Dr. Kirk helps CEO’s and entrepreneurs develop a better sleep routine. Kirk explains that sleep hygiene is about two things: the production of melatonin to decrease the sympathetic tones of adrenal hormones, and decreasing interaction within your environment. How brain stimulating activities affect your sleep quality.   Mentioned in This Episode: Change or Die book by Alan Deutschman   Connect with Dr. Kirk Parsley: Doc Parsley’s Website   The Takeaway: “Sleep deprivation increases your risk of every disease you can imagine.” – Dr. Kirk Parsley   Rate, Review, Connect, Inspire Stay updated on new episodes, guest interviews, and health, wellness, and fitness information and resources by subscribing to the HealthCastNow Podcast Show oniTunes. Every day we bring you actionable insight, demystified truth, and simple steps to help you navigate the complex, often confusing health, wellness, and fitness information and answer the questions you’ve been asking.Visit HealthCastNow.Com or subscribe on iTunes today

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  • 00:38:53

    Jimmy Moore - Ketogenic Diet, Intermittent Fasting for Health, Wellness & Longevity

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    Jimmy Moore is a best-selling author, host of the longest running health podcast on the internet, and a living example of the benefits of a low-carb diet. He was 410 lbs. 12 years ago and it wasn’t until his own mother in law gave him a Dr. Atkins’ New Diet Revolution that made him rethink his life and his perspective on what “healthy eating” really is. He would then lose a total of 180 lbs. a year later and shrink his waist by 20 inches and has since lived a low-carb lifestyle. Today we’re going to talk about the topic of fasting especially intermittent fasting, its benefits, and a few tips on how to not just start with fasting but also succeed in it. “If you have fears about this, don't fear it. Just try it. There's no harm, you're not going to die." Jimmy Moore In this episode, you’ll learn: Jimmy became passionate about fasting because of the paleo community and its many experts. Thomas Seyfried said If you want to prevent cancer, go on a one week fast once a year. People on a ketogenic or low-carb diet will have an easier time with intermittent fasting. Intermittent fasting won’t work on sugar burners aka people who regularly eat large amounts of carbs. It’s best to eliminate the idea of “snacks” in between meals to start. Compensate by eating enough during actual meal times. Some of the benefits of intermittent fasting include cancer prevention, reduces the onset of certain illnesses, lowers insulin levels, and improves mood. The ketogenic diet and fasting complement each other when it comes to resetting your body’s systems and optimizing its functions. Some of the common mistakes of people who start with intermittent fasting are consumption of artificial sweeteners thru “diet” beverages, people take it easy during fasting instead of living their normal lives, and some try to fast before the holidays which causes them to “flip out” and crash. Fasting revs up your metabolism by 10%. It also won’t make you lose muscle if you have fat, even as low as 8% body fat is enough to be used as fuel. Key Takeaways: Don't fast before the holidays or any special occasion because you'll succumb to temptation, fail at your fast, and inevitably not enjoy life. The goal of fasting is to let you add more to life, not take life away from you. Connect with Jimmy Moore: Livin La Vida Low-Carb The Livin' La Vida Low Carb Show with Jimmy Moore Facebook Twitter Mentioned in this episode: The Complete Guide To Fasting by Jimmy Moore and Dr. Jason Fung Atkins’ New Diet Revolution by Robert C. Atkins, M.D. Rate, Review, Connect, Inspire Stay updated on new episodes, guest interviews, and health, wellness, and fitness information and resources by subscribing to the HealthCastNow Podcast Show on iTunes. Every day we bring you actionable insight, demystified truth, and simple steps to help you navigate the complex, often confusing health, wellness, and fitness information and answer the questions you’ve been asking. Visit HealthCastNow.Com or subscribe on iTunes today!  

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  • 00:30:42

    Kevin Cottrell interviewed by John Lee Dumas - focus on healthy living for entrepreneurs

    · HealthCast Now - The Intersection of Health, Wellness & Circadian Optimization

    Kevin is a life-long serial entrepreneur originally from Silicon Valley and veteran of more than 9 startups. Passionate about all things health and wellness, he was the thought leader and co-founder of the original Paleo f(x)™ in 2012 and former co-host of FitFluential Radio and current founder and host of HealthCast Now. Time Stamped Show Notes 00:15 – How to Finally Win – Create your dream life one step at a time! [01:00] – Kevin grew up in Silicon Valley where he worked as a CPA for entrepreneurs and startups [01:43] – Kevin learned it’s all about the team—there are always going to be hiccups and he had to learn a lot before being able to contribute [02:26] – One BIG and Unique Value Bomb: I am experienced in helping people understand what’s realistic [03:00] – I am the guy that makes an impossible goal doable [03:24] – Kevin did rescue work and found out he is not easily stressed [03:53] – From a business development standpoint, Kevin learned what he could and could not do, the risks involved in the process, and how to keep his cool [04:46] – As a rescue swimmer, Kevin learned that he could not necessarily rescue all the people he encountered, but he could do his best, and this is how he thinks in business [05:19] – JLD shares how this is similar to what he learned in Iraq [06:28] – Worst Entrepreneurial Moment: Kevin was part of the company that invented the @ symbol in the email address! [07:00] – They ran across a company called Geocities and they bought 70 racks of servers from Kevin’s company – this was highly unheard of at the time [08:17] – 48 hours before the launch of Geocities, Kevin started to get concerned as the leadership team and staff did not know what to do with 70 racks of servers [09:20] – Kevin got an alert from the tech team saying they could not make it to work on time… [09:39] – Kevin went into “crisis team mode” and assembled a team to fix the problem [10:17] – They found a hacker who could fix the servers and was just released by a federal program [10:51] – The morning of the launch, there were 5 people working and dealing with the problems [11:01] – The CEO called Kevin, thanked him, and wanted him to teach them about quick reaction and problem resolution [11:41] – When you have a daunting challenge, you have to triage [12:28] – When you look at your options you need to have the right mentors that will give you the right input [12:43] – Greatest Idea: There is big misunderstanding about being your own health advocate [13:50] – There isn’t a great resource out there that is not directly selling you something [14:52] – Kevin’s podcast is for people who just want to listen and learn [15:39] – Kevin used to push his body by working all the time and he realized he was wrong in thinking that he would always stay healthy [16:05] – He learned he had to look at his health the same way he approached his business and that he needs to be proactive [17:17] – JLD says we have to be proactive with our health [18:05] – We do have control over our health [18:35] – The Lightning Round What was holding you back from becoming an entrepreneur? – “Initially, I did not have all the pieces together” What’s the best piece of advice you’ve ever received? – “You’re going to get pulled in a thousand directions; you’re going to have people that have their own agenda and your ability to navigate that well is very important; you’re going to have to learn to say ‘no’ to a lot of things and still make people understand why – and feel good about it” What’s a personal habit that contributes to your success? – “Saying ‘no’ to a lot things and a list of things to say ‘no’ to” Share an internet resource, like Evernote, with Fire Nation – Entrepreneurial Personality Type group on Facebook If you could recommend one health/fitness/nutrition book to our listeners, what would it be and why? – The Primal Blueprint by Mark Sisson 25:24 – Connect with Kevin on his website, podcast, Twitter, Instagram [26:04] – Focus on your priorities and your health 26:52 – The Freedom Journal – Set and Accomplish your #1 goal in 100 days! 3 Key Points: In difficult situations, you need to triage and have the right people who will help you through that problem solving process. We have to give importance to our health, as it directly affects how we do our work. Know when say “no” and HOW to say it properly.  Resources Mentioned: Entrepreneurial Personality Type – Kevin’s small business resource The Primal Blueprint by Mark Sisson – Kevin’s Top Health Book Audible – Get a 30–day free trial of fantastic audiobooks! Fitfluential – Kevin’s website Connect with Kevin on Twitter and Instagram How to Finally Win – Create your dream life one step at a time! The Freedom Journal – Set and Accomplish your #1 goal in 100 days! Rate, Review, Connect, Inspire Stay updated on new episodes, guest interviews, and health, wellness, and fitness information and resources by subscribing to the HealthCastNow Podcast Show on iTunes. Every day we bring you actionable insight, demystified truth, and simple steps to help you navigate the complex, often confusing health, wellness, and fitness information and answer the questions you’ve been asking. Visit HealthCastNow.Com or subscribe on iTunes today!

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  • 00:26:55

    Alex Fergus - Circadian Optimization, Sleep, Weight Loss & Tranformation Stories - Part 2

    · HealthCast Now - The Intersection of Health, Wellness & Circadian Optimization

    Yesterday, we introduced you to the health and wellness entrepreneur Alex Fergus. Alex is back on today’s episode to share his insights on biohacking, making lifestyle changes, and the methods he uses in his coaching program to help clients around the world learn and understand the various aspects of getting healthy, staying in shape, and taking steps to improve your sleep, fitness level, and food choices.“It calories or the number of times you go to the gym do not matter. What matters is the 23 hours outside of the gym. They will have more of an impact on your health and wellness.” – Alex Fergus In This Episode, You Will Learn: What biohacking and lifestyle choices Alex incorporates into his daily life. His daily routine. Alex’s coaching business Why he strongly believes training very early in the morning isn’t necessary for good health. How his coaching course differs from other training programs. What he monitors with his coaching clients. What protocol does his course follow and what will you learn from it? What is on the horizon for Alex, both in business and in health? Mentioned in This Episode: Phil Maffetone’s Method Key Takeaway: Never settle. Never stop learning. Keep an open mind and make changes – try things out for yourself. Connect with Alex Fergus: Alex Fergus website Blue Blockers Row Faster Sound Asleep Ecourse – Improve Your Sleep Rate, Review, Connect, Inspire Stay updated on new episodes, guest interviews, and health, wellness, and fitness information and resources by subscribing to the HealthCastNow Podcast Show on iTunes. Every day we bring you actionable insight, demystified truth, and simple steps to help you navigate the complex, often confusing health, wellness, and fitness information and answer the questions you’ve been asking. Visit HealthCastNow.Com or subscribe on iTunes today!

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  • 00:27:46

    Alex Fergus -Circadian Optimization, Sleep, Weight Loss & Tranformation Stories - Part 1

    · HealthCast Now - The Intersection of Health, Wellness & Circadian Optimization

    Health and wellness entrepreneur Alex Fergus has an interesting story to share about his journey to finding better health. Like many Americans, Alex grew up playing several sports throughout his childhood and college years – from competitive rowing to bodybuilding and weight-lifting. At an early age, Alex began suffering the effects of low testosterone and began his journey to transform his life, seek out better health choices, and learn more about healthy lifestyle changes including improving his circadian rhythms, eating healthier, and blocking blue light after sundown. On today’s episode, Alex shares his transformation story, the lifestyle changes he came to realize he needed to make to feel better, live healthier, improve his molecular health and increase his testosterone levels. He explains why he believes he experienced low testosterone and elevated estrogen levels, and why he attributes it to the lifestyle choices he made at an earlier age.   “I looked great on the outside, but I was a hormonal wreck at the molecular level.” – Alex Fergus   In This Episode, You Will Learn: Alex Fergus’s health transformation story. Why he believes his health and lifestyle choices, including sleep deprivation, attributed to his development of low testosterone levels. How his mission to better health began, what he learned about, and how he began incorporating what he learned into his daily life. His experience at Paleo f(x)™ realFIT’s Score competition and why he believes he did so well at the event.   Mentioned in This Episode: Less is More: How Slowing Down Improved Health and Produced a RealFIT Champ – guest blog post on Paleo f(x) blog by Alex Fergus   Key Takeaway: When it comes to fitness, the minimum effective dose method along with lifestyle changes can make a significant impact on your overall health, wellness, and fitness.   Connect with Alex Fergus: Alex Fergus website Blue Blockers   Rate, Review, Connect, Inspire Stay updated on new episodes, guest interviews, and health, wellness, and fitness information and resources by subscribing to the HealthCastNow Podcast Show on iTunes. Every day we bring you actionable insight, demystified truth, and simple steps to help you navigate the complex, often confusing health, wellness, and fitness information and answer the questions you’ve been asking. Visit HealthCastNow.Com or subscribe on iTunes today!

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  • 00:40:37

    Jamie Caporosso - Paleo vs. Ketogenic Diet - Personal Transformation for Health & Wellness

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    Jamie Caporosso practically grew up in the gym and lifting weights and has been competing as a drug-free power lifter since 1989. As a high performing professional athlete, his transformation story is nothing short of amazing. Jamie graduated from the University of Michigan in 1997 with a Bachelor’s of science. He is the owner of a gym in the Detroit region and an expert in ketogenic principles, especially with a Paleo-based template. Jamie has developed the system of combining the Paleo and ketogenic diet ideology and has developed a macro-tracking app to help new ketogenic diet users gain a better understanding and track their keto percentages. Today, Jamie shares his transformation story, what inspired him to develop his unique Paleo-Keto system, and how the system has worked for his personal health and wellness as well as simple tips to help you get started in the Paleo, Keto, or Keto-Paleo worlds.   “Eat like you care about yourself.” – Jamie Coporosso   In This Episode You Will Learn: Jamie’s transformation story and how dietary changes has helped him eliminate ailments such as inflammation, asthma, and arthritis. How he developed the Keto-Paleo ideology. How the Paleo and Ketogenic diets affected his weight training, sleep, and overall well-being. The general population mentality and confusion between feeling bloated and feeling full. Tips for getting started on Paleo. What the ketogenic diet really is. Tips for starting on the ketogenic diet. Why bone broth is critical for athletes on the ketogenic diet. What Jamie’s weekly workout routine looks like. Workout recommendations for beginners. Why you should get a nutrient evaluation panel done before taking supplements.   Mentioned in This Episode: Protein Power Lifeplan by Michael R. Eades and Mary Dan Eades Low Carbohydrate Diets for Performance by Jeff S. Volek and Stephen D. Phinney   The Takeaway: The Paleo diet is a grocery list of everything you could hunt and gather from the evolution of man. The ketogenic diet is macro-nutritional manipulation.   Connect with Jamie Caporosso: Keto-Paleo website KetoCheck app on Android and iTunes Rate, Review, Connect, Inspire Stay updated on new episodes, guest interviews, and health, wellness, and fitness information and resources by subscribing to the HealthCastNow Podcast Show on iTunes. Every day we bring you actionable insight, demystified truth, and simple steps to help you navigate the complex, often confusing health, wellness, and fitness information and answer the questions you’ve been asking. Visit HealthCastNow.Com or subscribe on iTunes today!    

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