FitFluential Radio - The Intersection of Health, Wellness and Fitness
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Free health, wellness and fitness tips, tricks and wellness advice from fitfluentialradio.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 fitfluentialradio.com for incredibly valuable show notes, transcriptions and every episode in our archives. This podcast includes episodes covering diet, weight loss, healthy living, wellness, workout, exercise, muscle gain, fat loss, weight lifting, bodybuilding, Paleo, Primal, Crossfit, vegan, vegetarian, biohacking and circadian health advice.
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This Week in Health & Wellness
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Welcome back to FitFluential Radio! On today’s episode, we’ll be talking about recently published and interesting articles concerning our health and wellness. As always, some of these articles will sound controversial or even downright silly but rest assured none of these articles were written or interpreted subjectively. We make sure these articles were all written and submitted from an empirical and quantifiable standpoint to provide our listeners with nothing but facts. This week, we’ll be talking about the effects of light on our sleep, vitamin D intake, and how people’s deep obsession with technology such as smartphones and other innovations can spell trouble for future generations. If you have any comments or questions on any of the topics discussed in this episode, feel free to leave them below! “We're on a track for a potential extinction event.” – Kevin Cottrell This Week in Health and Wellness: Science has confirmed using phones in bed causes sleep disruption. If not averted, it could lead to side effects associated with chronic lack of sleep or insomnia, some of which can end up becoming fatal. People get nothing from vitamin D supplements. Best source of vitamin D will always be sunlight. If sunlight is scarce or you lack exposure, you can get vitamin D from food such as pastured eggs, oily wild caught fish, and grass-fed meat. You should do what it takes to get sun exposure even if it’s cold outside. Age-related illnesses are no longer exclusive to old people. Young people suffer from type 2 diabetes, chronic neck and back pain, and even dementia due to a sedentary lifestyle particularly brought upon by excessive phone or tablet use. Clocks inside your body are all aligned. If they are disrupted or misaligned, it's usually due to light especially light from devices. We are wired to be optimally efficient in the morning and slow down by night time. A damaged DNA is literally inherited by the woman’s offspring. Technology disrupts reproduction and capability to pass on healthy DNA Young people are worse in health not just because of smartphone use but because their mothers had damaged DNA. Alzheimer’s disease can be reversed and is considered “Type 3 Diabetes” Resources Mentioned in This Episode: Ar