In this episode we talk to Bryan Thomas, a Zhealth practitioner and neurology performance consultant, about what you didn't know about the ketogenic diet. How the diet originated, the people it's best for and why it may not be right for everyone.
In this episode we speak with Kyle Mamounis who shares how his own series personal dietary experimentations and how living in the extremes created his passion in the studies of nutrition.
We discuss the history of mainstream misconceptions in estrogen therapy, evolutionary cycle for why we need estrogen, his study in rapid estrogen signaling and how estrogen receptors binding to cells affects cellular dysfunction.
We talk about the similarities in how endotoxins and estrogen both proliferate the cell by causing a increase of calcium accumulation and excess of bulk water leading to cancer growth and how muscle contraction is a positive sign for a slow metabolism and hypothyroid symptoms.
What's the difference between a younger body and an older one? The regeneration process A topic based show about progesterone, pregnenolone and DHEA. How these hormones are produced in the body and why the order and synthesis of these hormones is so important for a healthy body and better brain function. Cholesterol plays an important role in this process but can built up if it's not getting converted. Taking estrogen or testosterone without the synthesis of these hormones first will result in negative effects. We talk about that in the show as well as how valuable keeping production of these hormones at a normal level and eating foods that promote the anti-aging protective hormones will promote better brain function a higher metabolic rate and a body that regenerates faster.