Infection in the body leads to calcification, which eventually leads to heart disease. Are there measures we can take to prevent it? What are the common causes of calcification? Do statin medications have any benefits? On this episode, I’m joined by legendary physician, heart disease and testosterone expert, and author, Dr. Jeffrey Dach. He shares his insights on calcification, and the attack on our biological systems.
The two common causes of calcification are a leaky gut and dental disease.
In order to move medicine forward, we need disruptive science; studies which cause paradigm shifts of established patterns and economic interrupt patterns.
The benefits of statin drugs are not lowering cholesterol, they are actually pleiotropic effects which include the reduction of inflammation.
At the start of the show, we talked about the harm calcification does on body, and the two common causes of it. Next, we talked about how important cholesterol panels are in determining someone’s general health, some of the benefits that statins have, and the effects of clomid.
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Dr. Jeffrey is a Specialty Board Certified in Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology and has 25 years experience serving the Memorial Healthcare System in Hollywood, Florida, with Radiology Associates of Hollywood. He is also the author of The Heart Book. For more information, visit https://jeffreydachmd.com/.
The amount of toxins and stress our bodies are subjected to on a daily basis means that naturopathic medicine alone cannot work to keep us optimized. How do we pair the two practices to our benefit? How do chronic infections bombard our endocrine systems? Why does stress overpower even the healthiest diets? On this episode, Naturopathic doctor, hormone optimization expert, and founder and medical director of Apollo Health Clinic, Dr. Sam Madeira, talks about how we can improve our health by managing stress, sleep, and preventing chronic illness.
Many naturopaths don’t believe in testosterone optimization, but in this highly toxic environment, it is impossible to be healthy without some sort of optimization.
It’s in our culture of being masculine to minimize and procrastinate on our health, which is why very often, men don’t have a way to innately feed themselves a nutrient dense diet.
People in less stressful environments are going to make more digestive enzymes. Even if you eat a healthy diet, your digestive system won’t absorb the nutrients optimally if you’re under high stress.
When it comes to fitness and nutrition, one of the biggest challenges many people face is separating misleading/incorrect information on the internet from what truly works. What are some of the biggest myths and lies that are impacting people? What are tactics that work well to maximize fat loss and promote good nutrition? How can we identify if we’re being sold a lie?
On this episode, elite coach, speaker, author and the Director of Infinity Fitness, Scott Mendelson, is back to give high level insights on optimizing the right way.
If you’re on a relatively low-carb plan, you can use a weight training session of about 45 minutes to wipe out glycogen. After that, you can do an after burner of 20 minutes of steady state cardio.
In order to maximize fat loss, we have to employ macronutrient cycling and promote metabolic flexibility.
If we eat the same things over and over again, our bodies are going to get sick of it. We have to use rotations of different foods to keep food intolerances at bay.
Biohacking is a huge part of being optimized, and peptides are the most game-changing biohacking tools in our arsenal. What are some of the next level, less well-known peptides that are available on the market? How can arthritic and orthopedic patients fix the root cause of their bone issues? Why do we need to stop trying to use data to predict life patterns?
On this episode, I’m joined by renowned orthopedic, anti-aging, regenerative physician and peptide expert, Dr. Elizabeth Yurth. She shares on how we can biohack our way to better health with peptides.
The structure of allopathic medicine has turned doctors from true healers into bureaucrats.
If people over the age of 50 moderated sugar and minimized alcohol, they would double their expected life span.
The best peptides at the moment include 5-amino 1MQ, GHK Copper, and Cerebrolysin.
Hair thinning and loss is an issue that affects a lot of men, and can impact their self-esteem, self-confidence, and how they carry themselves in the world. Luckily, there are non-surgical solutions that can give instant results without recovery time and negative side effects. How does the process work, and what can you expect during and after the procedure? Who is the perfect candidate for this procedure?
On this episode, I’m joined by highly regarded hair restoration expert and practitioner, and founding partner of Vantis Institute, Jessica Oslo. She talks about how she helps her patients get their hair and confidence back with this modern “best-kept secret” treatment for an age old problem.
For the procedure, Jessica assesses the diameter, density and pigment of the hair follicle, and then she replicates it with organic pigment and a microneedling device.
Each procedure takes between 4 and 5 hours, and is completely painless. You won’t have to worry about taking off work to recover as you would with surgery.
If you want the look of thick and dense hair, without pain and long recovery time, non-invasive restoration will be a better option than a hair transplant.