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Oct 31, 2016

A lot of the work we do to stay fit and healthy has to do with exercise and diet, but what about the internal reactions caused by what we eat? On this episode of the TRT Revolution, Paul Burgess is back to go deeper on food intolerance, exogenous ketones and digestive health.

Takeaways
  1. If someone goes onto a ketogenic diet and they react to one of the foods, they won’t adjust their thinking the way they are meant to.
  2. Too many people discount the value of certain foods because they have carbs in them, and then they suffer low fiber and low enzymes as a result.
  3. Acid reflux is a symptom of low stomach acid. Burning in your chest does not mean you have too much acid.
  4. Don’t take more fiber when you’re constipated, take magnesium citrate.
 
At the start of the show, we talked about supplements and so-called health trends. “Once people start bringing products to the market in the form of supplements and foods, you end up seeing a junk food train that is veiled in some kind of health scheme.” Next, we went into detail about food intolerances, and why testing is so important. No matter how healthy a lifestyle you might follow, if you don’t know what you react to, all of that is irrelevant. We went on to discuss how people can figure out whether they have an intolerance or not, and Paul mentions the importance of long-term elimination of the suspected food, and reintroduction to see how the body responds. We also talked about common digestive problems people face and how to correct them. Towards the end of the show, we discussed exogenous ketones.

When it comes to dieting, people grab onto the headlines that best suit them and this extends to ketogenic dieting. People often discount beneficial foods and underestimate the fact that they might have intolerances to so-called good foods. The only way to know if a specific item is good for your body, is to eliminate and reintroduce it to see what the reaction is. Ultimately, if it’s right won’t experience bloating, gas or fatigue; your body will feel tight and lean.

Guest Bio

Paul is the founder of Athletic Fitness & Nutrition, which he created with the purpose of being able to deliver the highest specification, most cutting edge physical training techniques and nutrition advice. In his mid 30’s he decided to turn his passion for fitness into his full time career and became a nutritionist and personal trainer gaining Diploma’s in Clinical Nutrition, Personal Training and Anti-Ageing. Visit http://athleticnutrition.tv/ to learn more or get in touch with Paul.

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Oct 24, 2016

It’s a popular belief that men can naturally increase their testosterone by using methods like exercise and diet, which begs the question, is there a shortcut to increasing your testosterone? On this episode, we discuss this with writer and trainer Alexander Juan Antonio Cortes and also discuss politics and the future of America.   

Three Takeaways

  1. Lifestyle adjustments will result in a qualitative difference in how you feel but, in terms of true physiological changes, you’re not going to experience anything.
  2. When there is a lack of testosterone in the brain, it has neurocognitive effects. You go with the masses and you don’t have the inclination towards leadership, risk taking or decision-making
  3. Marketing is the main reason people believe they can naturally elevate testosterone, by making guys feel inadequate about machismo and providing an easy “fix”.   

At the start of the show, we got right into the main topic of the show - how men can naturally boost their testosterone. The truth about this question is: there is no external way to elevate testosterone and even though some experts suggest diet and exercise, these things won’t make a meaningful and lasting difference. Next, we discussed the loss of masculinity in the world today, and how that has created a culture where people are happy to go with the masses and lack the inclination towards leadership, risk taking and decision-making.

If your testosterone levels are low, there is nothing external you can do with lifestyle to significantly elevate it in a meaningful way. Exercise and diet have a greater effect on your mood and disposition than on your actual body. What has fostered the mindset that it’s possible to boost externally is the media’s need to give us a quick solution. If you’re expecting true physiological changes you’ll be disappointed. There’s no substitute for taking testosterone - it will always be your best and most effective option.


Guest Bio

Alexander Juan Antonio Cortes is a personal trainer and writer. For the last 8 years, he has made health, fitness, and all subjects thereof his area of focus and study. His primary aim is improving the health and lifestyle of as many people as possible. Go to http://alexanderjuanantoniocortes.com/ for more information.

To Download Your FREE PDF Copy of the Amazon Best Seller: The Definitive Testosterone Replacement Therapy MANual, Click Here  For a FREE Paperback Copy. The TRT MANual has helped hundreds of thousands of men around the world reclaim their health and vitality. Don’t suffer in silence a moment longer! PS. As an added bonus, upon finishing the book-once you provide a Thoughtful, High Quality Review on Amazon (hopefully 5 STAR), we will send you our new unreleased eBook 7 Lies You’ve Been Told About Testosterone for FREE.*

(To receive book, email jay@trtrevolution.com a screenshot of your posted review.)

Oct 17, 2016

When it comes creating the most normal hormonal landscape inside the body, what protocols, substances and dosages make the most impact and ensure that the body benefits? This week, we discuss this with TRT expert, author and founder of All Things Men Dr. John Crisler and discuss optimal treatment protocols and estrogen control.

Three Takeaways

  1. Entropy is part of youth, the more variability you have in your hormones, the younger you are.
  2. We’re all biochemically unique, there is no one size fits all approach for any of us.  
  3. The goal of TRT is for a man to be on it and not have his body notice it. The aim is to recreate a normal hormonal landscape deep inside the body.

At the start of the episode, Dr. John told us about his background and how he became involved in medicine with the aim of building a practice that would take care of body builders. Next, we discussed how doctors are managing endocrine systems and what it was like in the early days of the practice.

We also talked about estrogen management and the reasons for the high estrogen problem a lot of young men are facing. John says, “all males are being assaulted constantly by estrogen substances whether it’s soy products, pesticides, BPAs etc.” We discussed optimal treatment protocols and how Dr. John starts with the medical history, “80% of your diagnosis is going to be made on your medical history.” We also discussed how to stimulate the system for patients under 40. We also talked about Clomifene, DHEA, HCG and aromatase inhibitors.

We also discussed the choice between transdermals and shots when it comes to TRT. For a young male, gels mimic normal hormonal levels more closely that shots. They are variable through the day and stable across the week, whereas a shot is variable across the week and stable through the day. Towards the end of the show, we also discussed subcutaneous injections.

HRT for males under 40 requires system stimulation. Whatever protocols you employ should take into account the fact that hormones in younger men are more variable. The best protocol is a combination of HCG, a testosterone and some estrogen control along with DHEA. It’s important to remember that we’re all biochemically unique, so there is no one size fits all approach for any of us


Guest Bio
"Dr John" Crisler is a world renowned author and expert on testosterone replacement therapy (TRT), having created several treatment protocols which have changed the way physicians everywhere care for their patients. There are good reasons why men have travelled to be seen by him from every state as well as dozens of foreign countries: "Dr John" successfully treats the tough cases.

Oct 10, 2016

Aesthetic medicine is an industry that combines art and science. It’s helping people by addressing concerns like collagen loss, bone structure atrophy and loss of jaw definition. What are the biggest trends and most popular procedures and products? This week we talk to Family Nurse Practitioner and Founder of Radiant MedSpa & Wellness, Alison Woodworth.

Three Takeaways

  1. Each year, we lose 1% of the collagen in our face after age 20.
  2. The results of losing collagen include a loss in facial volume, atrophy of fat pads in your cheeks and bone structure.
  3. The point of using neuromodulators like Botox, Xiamen and Dysport is removing wrinkles, not removing facial movement.

At the top of the show, we got some background on Alison and her path to her career in aesthetic medicine and age management. In terms of the breakdown of her patients, it is 80% women and 20% men, but the number of men continues to increase. Men are interested in procedures like dermal fillers that help to improve the jawline by sharpening it or replacing lost volume.

Next, we discussed neuromodulators like Botox. They are used to control the effects of muscular activity in the face, which lead to creasing and wrinkles. Botox works to relax the muscle groups, and is something that can even be employed to prevent the onset of wrinkles. Alison said, “If you try to start after the fact, it takes a lot longer for the crease to go away.” Alison also shared on other neuromodulators, Xiamen and Dysport. What the right one for you? She says patients have found Dysport to work faster and not be as stiff as Botox so it allows you to maintain natural facial expression. “The point isn’t to have no facial movement, it’s to have no wrinkles.”

We went onto to discuss dermal fillers and how they combat the yearly loss of 1% of collagen from 20, pain control and what your practitioner has to do with it. Towards the end of the show we talked about a new molecule that aids in the breakdown and absorption of dietary fat under the chin, HRT for women and the overprescribing issue in the medical industry right now.

Our facial expressions form lines, creases and wrinkles, and this paired with the loss of facial collagen causes bone and fat pad atrophy. Neuromodulators like Botox, Xiamen and Dysport relax very specific muscle groups and can be employed to sculpt the face again. Derma fillers are also effective in controlling the effects of skin aging. These procedures are meant to enhance natural beauty and masculinity, not leave your face looking stiff. Remember,  if someone can point out the work you’ve had done, it’s not good work.

Guest Bio

Allison Woodworth, RN, MSN, FNP-C, board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner and Founder of Radiant MedSpa & Wellness, exclusively performs all of the medical facial aesthetics treatments and weight-loss programs offered at her private office located in Scottsdale, Arizona. ​​Bringing over 6 years of injectable experience as well as an innate sense of artistry and perfectionism, she helps her patients achieve beautiful, natural-looking results. She has developed a loyal patient following by offering top products at competitive prices with exceptional results.

To Download Your FREE PDF Copy of the Amazon Best Seller: The Definitive Testosterone Replacement Therapy MANual, Click Here  For a FREE Paperback Copy. The TRT MANual has helped hundreds of thousands of men around the world reclaim their health and vitality. Don’t suffer in silence a moment longer! PS. As an added bonus, upon finishing the book-once you provide a Thoughtful, High Quality Review on Amazon (hopefully 5 STAR), we will send you our new unreleased eBook 7 Lies You’ve Been Told About Testosterone for FREE.*

(To receive book, email jay@trtrevolution.com a screenshot of your posted review.)

Oct 3, 2016

When it comes to back health, what are the biggest misconceptions and what are the exercises that makes the biggest difference in reducing pain? On this episode, we talk to author and doctor of spine biometrics Dr. Stuart McGill and discuss the programs he built to address body deficits and help build a pain free foundation.

Three Takeaways

  1. If you take away the mechanical cause of back pain and stop the trigger, you’ll reset the threshold trigger a little higher.
  2. For good spine health, walking in small doses and small intervals guarantees success.
  3. Every time you trigger pain, you trigger easier the next time.

At the top of the show Stuart McGill told us about his story and how he got started in his practice. With an interest in optimal spine function, the work he has done relies on his ability to probe a patient’s pain provocation mechanism. This goes against the current medical system trend which, “now revolves around the 15 minute appointment. There is no hope, for the physician to do a thorough enough assessment to arrive at a precise diagnosis of the pain.”

Next we went into detail about his work of assessing pain triggers and the book he wrote, The Back Mechanic. By helping his patients understand the nature of their pain he gives them “the liberation of knowing that you have control over your pain trigger.”  We also talked about how Stuart believes in coaching people through pain instead of passing intervention. He also provided his best advice for maintaining back health - walking “in small intervals.”

We went onto touch on the modern workforce and why sitting in our chairs all day puts a lot of strain on our backs. He also stated the danger of going from that to going straight to the gym and how that can do even more damage. “You can have a mobile spine but you can bear really high loads or you can be a power lifter but you have to be stiffened in order to to do that.” To aid your back in the office, avoid overloading your spine for long periods by getting out of the chair, pushing for the ceiling, inhaling and exhaling. This will give your ligaments normal spinal stability. Toward the end of the show, we discussed chiropractic manipulation and Eastern medicine.

 

It’s very common for strength and conditioning coaches not to measure what that person’s particular body needs. Dr. Stuart McGill stresses the importance of that knowledge. It’s also necessary to remember these key points; the more you trigger back pain you get better at sensing it. After a back injury the body grows more nerves into the disc and every time you trigger pain you trigger easier the next time. Additionally, walking is necessary for back health, “That’s how our bodies were designed.”

 

Dr. Stuart M. McGill is a professor of spine biomechanics at the University of Waterloo (Waterloo, ON, Canada). His advice is often sought by governments, corporations, legal experts and elite athletes and teams from around the world. Difficult back cases are regularly referred to him for consultation. Go to http://www.backfitpro.com/ for more on Stuart.

To Download Your FREE PDF Copy of the Amazon Best Seller: The Definitive Testosterone Replacement Therapy MANual, Click Here  For a FREE Paperback Copy. The TRT MANual has helped hundreds of thousands of men around the world reclaim their health and vitality. Don’t suffer in silence a moment longer! PS. As an added bonus, upon finishing the book-once you provide a Thoughtful, High Quality Review on Amazon (hopefully 5 STAR), we will send you our new unreleased eBook 7 Lies You’ve Been Told About Testosterone for FREE.*

(To receive book, email jay@trtrevolution.com a screenshot of your posted review.)

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