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The Natural State with Dr. Anthony Gustin
54 minutes | 12 days ago
137: Dr. Anthony Gustin (Q&A #11) - Keto and Gut Health, Adjusting Carb and Fiber Intake, Eating Fat for Better Health, and Pregnancy Advice
Dr. Anthony Gustin and Chris Irvin, Perfect Keto’s Education Manager, the co-author of the book Keto Answers, and The Ketologist, sit down for another Q&A episode. This time, they’re answering questions like: Are you guys still following a keto diet? What does your current carb and fiber intake look like these days? Do you eat breakfast? Do you avoid nightshades? Do you change your protein intake throughout the year? Chris and Dr. Gustin also chat about the latest pregnancy advice and how this is beyond outdated, the harmful ingredients found in formula, and what really makes up breastmilk. They also dive into stearic acid, linoleic acid, and how the different types of fat affects our health, and so much more. This is another jam-packed Q&A episode you don’t want to miss. If this is your first time tuning in, Dr. Anthony Gustin is a board-certified chiropractor, a functional medicine practitioner, and the founder of Perfect Keto and Equip Foods. It’s his belief that our artificial habitats have forced us into having artificial health problems and this show is his attempt to dive deep into topics like nutrition, sleep, movement, relationships, and more so you can reclaim your natural state of health. In this episode, Chris Irvin, Perfect Keto’s Education Manager, the co-author of the book Keto Answers, and The Ketologist, and Dr. Gustin are sitting down to answer more great questions from their listeners. You’ll also hear more about how Chris and his wife are expecting their first child and what their journey has been like so far. Tune in now to learn more and enjoy!
131 minutes | 19 days ago
136: Brad Marshall - How PUFAs and Vegetable Oils Negatively Impact Health
Brad Marshall, a molecular biologist and pig farmer who aims to cut down the amount of PUFAs in our meat supply, sits down with Dr. Anthony Gustin to chat about the exact mechanisms at play when we consume harmful vegetable oils. They dive into how these vegetable oils are sneaking into our systems through our food supply and what happens when they enter our body. So you’ll learn about how they disrupt health on a cellular level and where they wreak havoc once they’re there. You’ll also discover the surprising differences between linoleic acid levels in organic and conventionally grown meat, how our fat cells respond to these foreign substances, and what the latest research shows. Brad also chats about the differences between different fats, such as saturated fat, polyunsaturated fats, and monounsaturated fats and so much more. If you don’t know Brad, he’s a jack of all trades. He went to Cornell to study molecular biology and then eventually went off to start his own charcuterie business and opened up several restaurants. He even branched out into pig farming, started The Croissant Diet, and became a food historian along the way. He’s incredibly knowledgeable in this space, which is why you learn a great deal when you tune into the episode. Check it out now to learn more!
125 minutes | 2 months ago
135: Dr. Paul Saladino - The Hadza Tribe Part Two: Q&A
Dr. Paul Saladino comes back on the show to join Dr. Anthony Gustin in answering some of the top questions they received after their trip to Africa to learn more about the Hadza tribe. They’ll get into questions like do they really eat as much fiber as previous studies have stated, why they’re so happy, were they territorial, do they marry, and what a typical tribe is like today. They also chat about if the Hadza are monogamous, how they raise their children, their life expectancy, whether women hunt, if they read or write, and what their typical diet looks like. Dr. Saladino and Dr. Gustin also run off on some tangents surrounding some recent studies published about the people in this region, myths associated with this tribe, the body positivity movement, the fallacy of Blue Zones, and what we should learn from this incredible group of people. Dr. Paul Saladino, best-selling author and The Carnivore MD, is a repeat podcast guest. While he’s come on the show a few times before to talk about cholesterol and eating a meat-based diet, Dr. Gustin and Dr. Saladino focused most of their time in this episode diving into listener questions from their trip to visit the Hadza tribe. When you tune in, you’ll learn more about one of the last hunter-gatherer tribes and what their way of life looks like today. Check out the episode now!
131 minutes | 2 months ago
134: Dr. Paul Saladino - What We Learned from One of the Last Hunter-Gatherer Tribes
Dr. Anthony Gustin and The Carnivore MD Dr. Paul Saladino traveled halfway across the world to study one of the last remaining hunter-gatherer tribes, the Hadza, to learn more about their way of life, which has been unaffected for over 50,000 years now. And they share their stories from their trip in this podcast episode. When you tune in, you’ll discover what the Hadza people typically eat, what their gut microbiome looks like as a result, the problems they’re currently facing, and why they choose to remain a hunter-gatherer society despite other local tribes switching courses. You’ll also learn about ugali, a food missionaries introduced to the tribe, how they fare with key blood markers and chronic diseases, some myths that were introduced in early research on the tribe, and so much more. Dr. Saladino and Dr. Gustin also asked the tribe some questions and their responses were super interesting. They also discuss gender roles and how the Hadza live with an abundance mindset. You may recognize Dr. Paul Saladino if you’re a regular listener of this podcast. He’s a best-selling author and The Carnivore MD and he’s been on the show multiple times now. This episode is a little different though in that Dr. Gustin and Dr. Saladino only talk about their trip to Africa and what they learned from it. So even if you’ve heard one of Dr. Saladino’s episodes in the past, this one is completely different and one you won’t want to miss. Tune in now to travel back in time to where life was more simple and done right.
55 minutes | 2 months ago
133: Robb Wolf - Future Trends: Where Health, Nutrition, and More Are Heading
New York Times and Wall Street Journal best-selling author and former research biochemist Robb Wolf comes back on the show to chat about a number of different topics. In his first episode with Dr. Anthony Gustin, Robb discussed topics ranging from electrolyte imbalances to mTOR activation. This episode is similar since it covers several topics but Robb and Dr. Gustin chat about things like the future of the carnivore diet, paleo, and keto, fake meats, regenerative agriculture and more. Robb also shares his views on using health trackers and why he suggests only using these if you have a goal in mind. He also discusses the biggest pitfalls with health trackers and how to avoid them. And, finally, Robb and Dr. Gustin also veer off into other non-health related topics such as censorship, the cancel culture, and some of the problems associated with big tech companies getting involved in our food supply. As mentioned earlier, Robb Wolf is a former research biochemist who dove into the science of fasting and low-carb diets. He also studied the mechanisms at play before writing his two best-selling books Wired to Eat and The Paleo Solution. Fast forward to today and Robb and his wife help people take back their health in their Healthy Rebellion program. When you check out this episode, you’ll learn more about the future of health and nutrition and so much more. Tune in now and enjoy!
52 minutes | 3 months ago
132: Dr. Will Cole - Harnessing the Power of Intuitive Fasting
Dr. Will Cole, a functional medicine expert and best-selling author, has been on this podcast show before but this episode is a little different from the first two. In this one, Dr. Cole and Dr. Anthony Gustin chat about intuitive fasting, including what that is, who can benefit from using it, who it’s not right for, and some hacks to help you succeed in using this tool. They also dive into other important topics like how women should approach keto and fasting, mental health, lab work to get done to gauge your overall health, metabolic flexibility, and the style of eating Dr. Cole recommends. Dr. Cole and Dr. Gustin also chat about intuitive eating and how this approach may not work for everyone, multi-day fasts, the best stress reducing tools to use, and so much more. If this is your first time tuning into Dr. Cole’s episodes, he’s a top functional medicine expert who uses telehealth medicine to help patients from all over the world identify the root causes of their chronic health issues so they can start healing once and for all. On top of writing his latest book, Intuitive Fasting, he’s also authored Ketotarian and The Inflammation Spectrum, which both help people improve their health and key blood markers. Dr. Cole has also been recognized as one of the top 50 functional medicine and integrative doctors in the United States and he’s also a public speaker and course instructor for top wellness companies like MindBodyGreen and Goop. By tuning into the episode, you’ll learn all about Dr. Cole’s fasting tips and so much more. Check out the episode now!
54 minutes | 3 months ago
131: Dave Asprey - Fasting Hacks and How to Take an Individualized Approach
Dave Asprey, author of seven books and founder of Bulletproof Coffee and the Bulletproof Diet, comes on the show to discuss fasting hacks you probably haven’t heard of yet. As the “Father of Biohacking”, Dave shares how to take an individualized approach to fasting, what most people get wrong with it and how to fix those issues, and why women and men may benefit from cycling in and out of ketosis and fasting. Dave also shares a spiritual approach to fasting, how to work on yourself while fasting, why it’s great to do this, water fasts, when it’s bad to fast, what breaks a fast, and other ways you can fast. On top of discussing fasting topics, Dave and Dr. Anthony Gustin also go off on some eye-opening tangents around farming and raising animals, commercial meats, fake meats, protein and mTOR regulation, and toxins that cause food cravings. As mentioned earlier, Dave Asprey is the founder and chairman of Bulletproof and he’s a three-time New York Times best-selling author. He recently came out with his latest book, Fast This Way, which teaches people his fasting hacks so they can get the most out of this powerful practice. Dave’s been biohacking for over two decades now and he’s a wealth of knowledge in this space. On top of biohacking for so long, Dave’s spent $2 million taking control over his own health and has since maintained a 100-pound weight loss. When you check out the episode, you’ll discover Dave’s best-kept secrets and how to tailor fasting to meet your individual needs. Tune in now to learn more!
61 minutes | 3 months ago
130: Robbie Bent - The Powerful Health Benefits That Come With Practicing Breathwork
How could breathing exercises possibly improve your life and overall health? You’ll discover the answer to that question in this podcast episode with breathwork expert Robbie Bent and Dr. Anthony Gustin. They’ll show you the science behind breathwork and how it affects everything from your focus and productivity to overall health and your quality of sleep. Robbie also helps guide listeners through how breathwork changes your state and what life looks like when we’re not practicing breathwork. You’ll also discover how everyday stressors, such as your phone, are affecting your health, how to improve your sleep quality, cultivating more self-awareness, and how to overcome traumas. Robbie also describes how our jaws have evolved over time and why this isn’t a good thing and his trip to Peru where he dove into psychedelics for medicinal purposes. Robbie Bent’s on a mission to build a mental health platform that solves the problem of loneliness and helps people build happier and healthier lives. He’s also created an empowering breathwork tool, Inward Breathwork, that helps people improve their mental health at home. It’s the first of its kind and it helps people reduce stress, improve sleep, boost energy, and improve mood. This is one eye-opening episode you don’t want to miss. Tune in now to learn more!
61 minutes | 3 months ago
129: Steven Kotler - Achieving Flow State and The Science Behind It
If you’ve ever wondered about flow state, including how to get there and the science behind it, Steven Kotler, also known as The Flow Guy, has the answers you’ve been looking for. Steven’s a best-selling author who has written several great books, many of which are focused on flow, and he’s here to share his incredible knowledge on the topic in this podcast episode. Steven and Dr. Anthony Gustin discuss topics ranging from what is flow, what are the perks of being in this state, whether or not anyone can achieve it, and what you can do to trigger a flow state. They also dive into the evolutionary aspect of flow state, how it affects your brain chemistry, and what you can do if you’re dealing with a crisis or you’re in a normal state and trying to tap into flow. They also touch on how flow states affect type A personalities, how Steven approaches flow in his own life, and the difference between macro and micro flow states. On top of being a New York Times best-selling author, Steven Kotler is an award-winning journalist and leading expert on human performance. He’s written thirteen books, nine of which became best-sellers, and he’s been nominated for two Pulitzer Prizes. He’s also appeared in over 100 publications and he’s now the co-host of the podcast the Flow Research Collective. To say Steven knows a thing or two about flow state would be an understatement -- he truly is an expert in the field. Tune into the episode now to learn everything there is to know about flow state, including the research behind it.
54 minutes | 4 months ago
128: Katie Wells - Creating a Toxin-Free Healthy Home, Raising Independent Children, Self-Exploration, and More
Katie Wells, known as the Wellness Mama, built an incredible health and wellness empire over a decade ago. She’s created cookbooks, a podcast, and, most recently, a line of toxin-free personal care products that add beneficial ingredients in while taking commonly used chemicals out, on top of writing over 1,500 blog articles. In this episode, Katie and Dr. Anthony Gustin sit down to chat about a number of different topics ranging from extended-day fasts, using self-exploration to improve your life, overcoming past traumas, and how she reversed Hashimoto’s after dealing with it for 10+ years. Katie also shares how she’s raising her children differently -- with no screen time limits -- so they can be independent and exceptional critical thinkers. You’ll also hear Katie’s unique approach to raising her kids, how she’s building an online course to help other parents do the same, and why she’s choosing a different curriculum for her family. On top of that, Katie also talks about the supplements she uses and why, how she rotates them, and what else she’s working on when it comes to creating toxin-free personal care products. In addition to being a best-selling cookbook author, podcaster, blogger, and now a toxin-free personal care product developer, Katie Wells is a mother of six who believes in taking health into your own hands. She created Wellness Mama as a resource to help others do just that and live a healthier life that eliminates harmful chemicals. When you tune in, you’ll see how she’s able to improve her life and her children’s lives each year by taking intentional steps in the right direction to get out of their comfort zone and into answering those tough “why” questions. Check out the episode now to learn more!
63 minutes | 4 months ago
127: Dr. Anthony Jay - What Your Genes Can Tell You About Your Health Risks
You probably already know that your genes dictate things like your hair color, eye color, and how tall you are, but did you know they can also give you important details on your health risks for conditions like obesity and type 2 diabetes? And that’s just the beginning. As Dr. Anthony Jay, a best-selling author and lead researcher for the Mayo Clinic, shares in this episode, your genes can also clue you into a number of different health issues. They can tell you how your lifestyle can affect your health, what your risk factors are for chronic diseases, the best exercises to perform, and how you handle vitamins and hormonal issues, among other things. Dr. Jay also shows how modifying certain things can change the way your genes are affected and he shares all of this in this podcast episode. When you tune in, you’ll hear Dr. Jay go through Dr. Anthony Gustin’s genetic report to share what he should and shouldn’t do to mitigate his health risks and improve his overall health. Dr. Anthony Jay received his Ph.D in biochemistry from Boston University’s Medical School where he later went off to study Alzheimer’s disease, hormonal health, fats, and cholesterol. He then went on to become a lead researcher at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota where he spends his time studying epigenetics, infrared light, and stem cells. He also published a best-selling book titled, Estrogeneration: How Estrogenics Are Making You Fat, Sick, and Infertile, to show people how removing hormone disrupting chemicals from your life can improve your health. When you tune in, you’ll discover how it’s possible to improve your health by understanding your specific genes better. Check out the episode now to learn more!
57 minutes | 4 months ago
126: Shawn Stevenson - Surprising Factors that Impact Your Metabolism, Health, and Weight
Whether you’re struggling with your health, weight, and metabolism, or you’re simply looking to improve all three, author and long-time podcaster of The Model Health Show, Shawn Stevenson, has some incredible insight to share in this episode. That’s because Shawn dives into factors that most people aren’t addressing and shows why these could be contributing to why you’re not feeling and looking your best. Shawn discusses topics such as hypothalamic inflammation, epicaloric influences, and how calories are digested based on the state of your gut microbiome. You’ll also hear how brain inflammation, calorie counting, and your mindset could be negatively impacting your health and metabolism and what you can do about them. In addition, Shawn also touches on how out-of-whack hormones could be at fault, why the food you eat affects other aspects of health, and what destroys your metabolism. Shawn didn’t start out as the epitome of health. At age 20, he was told that he had the spine of an 80 year old man and he was fitted with a back brace and told to go on bedrest. It was at this point he decided to take his health into his own hands by diving into studies to see what he could uncover and ultimately change. He radically revamped everything he was doing and completely turned around his health. Now he shares his principles in his best-selling books, Sleep Smarter and Eat Smarter, and on his podcast The Model Health Show. You’ll get a glimpse into some of his top health tenets when you tune into this episode with Dr. Anthony Gustin and you’ll learn more about the factors that most people don’t realize have such a huge impact on health, metabolism, and weight. Tune in now to learn more!
55 minutes | 5 months ago
125: Dr. Robin Berzin - Making Functional Medicine More Accessible
Functional medicine is an effective alternative to traditional medicine because it addresses the root causes of chronic diseases and aims to reverse them. The problem is that it’s an expensive option, making it impossible for most people to access it. Until now. Dr. Robin Berzin, the CEO and founder of Parsley Health, is working hard to change that in her practice, which focuses on making functional medicine more accessible. Not only do they provide an affordable and effective option, they also aim to train other physicians to do the same thing so that people across the United States can get the help they need. In today’s episode, you’ll discover why functional medicine is so effective, how Dr. Berzin and her team approach each patient to identify what needs to be addressed, and how they tackle mental health issues. You’ll also hear more about what Dr. Berzin’s team focuses on and why, the exercises she recommends, and the role your gut microbiome plays in mental health. Dr. Berzin and Dr. Anthony Gustin also chat about why our health system is so messed up, what the future of that looks like, and how things are changing because of Covid. Dr. Robin Berzin is a practicing physician who went to medical school at Columbia University and trained in internal medicine at Mount Sinai. From there, Dr. Berzin went on to study at the Institute of Functional Medicine, where she worked with some of the top physicians in this space. Fast forward to today and Dr. Berzin and her team at Parsley Health work with patients in her clinic to help address chronic diseases and reverse as many as possible. You’ll hear more about how that’s possible when you check out the episode now.
74 minutes | 5 months ago
124: Dr. Dan Stickler - Optimizing Health Through Epigenetics
Dr. Dan Stickler and his wife created a new system that analyzes someone’s genes and gives them individualized recommendations to improve their health and performance. When you tune into this episode, you’ll hear more about how that’s possible, and you’ll also discover how eating locally affects your gene expression, what it takes to shift your epigenetics, and why Dr. Stickler only focuses on a small fraction of someone’s genes. Dr. Stickler and Dr. Anthony Gustin also get into wearable health trackers, psychedelics on mental health, brain mapping, biofeedback, and so much more. If you’re not familiar, Dr. Dan Stickler started out in the medical field as a vascular surgeon and weight loss surgeon. But, as you’ll learn, he was quickly disheartened by the fact that all he was doing for patients was helping them postpone death. He knew there had to be a better way, which led him down the path of creating a systems-based precision performance medicine. This new paradigm helps people optimize their genes and their health so that they can live better and reach their peak performance. Because of this unique approach, Dr. Stickler is a top physician to high-performing executives and entrepreneurs looking to upgrade their current state. In addition to co-founding The Apeiron Center for Human Potential, Dr. Stickler is an author, podcaster, speaker, blogger, and the Medical Director for the Neurohacker Collective. When you tune into this episode, you’ll see how Dr. Stickler goes against the grain of traditional medicine by integrating several cutting-edge technologies to help people optimize all aspects of their life. Check out the episode now to learn more!
67 minutes | 5 months ago
123: Mary Ruddick - Healing Chronic Diseases Through Dietary Changes
Certified nutritionist, teacher, author, and yoga instructor Mary Ruddick was sick for over 12 years, unable to walk to the bathroom due to an infection that attacked her brain and nervous system. She also dealt with severe kidney, liver, and lung disease, was on a countless number of medications, and was seen by dozens of well-renowned doctors who couldn’t help heal her conditions. Fast forward to today and Mary looks like the picture perfect image of health and she’s never felt better since she was able to reverse her chronic diseases and dysautonomia. In her effort to heal her own conditions, Mary tested out different diets. She even cured her PCOS and endometriosis after being told she should remove huge chunks of her reproductive system. Mary discusses how that’s possible along with why she now studies diets from around the world to uncover what makes some cultures healthier than others. Mary and Dr. Anthony Gustin also dive into whether chronic diseases are normalized in other countries, how different cultures are able to do better on certain diets, and how to make both mental shifts and lifestyle changes to improve your health. You’ll also hear more about the gut microbiome and whether being in good health is genetic. Tune into the episode now to see what it takes to heal chronic diseases starting today.
52 minutes | 5 months ago
122: Ed Byrne - Making Regenerative Agriculture Mainstream
Ed Byrne and his team at Wholesome Meats are working to scale regenerative agriculture so that there’s a mass adoption. They hope to bring it to every grocery store across the globe and they believe that it’s the future of food. When you tune into this episode, you’ll learn why Ed feels so strongly about regenerative agriculture, why it’s beneficial for both people and the planet, and what it’s going to take to make it mainstream. Ed and Dr. Anthony Gustin also get into lab grown meat, how that and commercial farming are destroying our soil, and why we should have steak tastings just like we do with wine tastings. Ed Byrne has an interesting background. He’s been involved in a lot of software startups, including funding many, but has since pivoted to the regenerative agriculture space. He’s using his years of business and entrepreneurial experience to help make regenerative agriculture more scalable, more mainstream, and more affordable. When you tune into this episode, you’ll hear more about Ed’s background, his experience with regenerative agriculture, and why he’s so passionate about making it mainstream.
62 minutes | 5 months ago
121: Gary Taubes - The Key to Losing Weight and Weight Management
If you’ve ever struggled to lose weight by cutting calories and exercising more, you’re not alone. As this week’s returning guest and best-selling author Gary Taubes points out, this outdated thinking isn’t going to help you lose weight or maintain a healthy weight, as you’ve probably already experienced. So what will? A high-fat keto diet. In this episode, you’ll find out why that is, the mechanisms behind why a keto diet works so well, who this diet is right for, and how specific hormones are affected by a high-fat diet. Gary also dives into why reducing calories doesn’t work, how obesity is connected to hormone issues, and the science of hunger, among other topics. Gary Taubes is an investigative health and science journalist and researcher as well as a best-selling author of The Case Against Sugar, Why We Get Fat and What to Do About It, and Good Calories, Bad Calories. In his latest book, The Case for Keto, Gary explains why we need to rethink weight control, how to do that, and why a low-carb, high-fat diet is the answer. By tuning into this episode, you’ll have a sneak peek into the principles in his latest book and so much more. Tune into the episode now to see why cutting calories and exercising more isn’t the key to lose weight and what is instead.
54 minutes | 6 months ago
120: Dr. Anthony Gustin - (Q&A #10) - Keto Long Term, How Muscles Get Energy in a Low Carb State, Drinking on Keto, and More
Can you stay in ketosis long term? Or should you use keto cyclically? If I’m in a low-carb state, how do my muscles get energy? What if I want to reintroduce carbs back into my diet? How would I go about doing that? What’s the key to maintaining metabolic flexibility? Is it possible to enjoy drinks on keto? What about caffeine? Chris Irvin, the Education Manager at Perfect Keto, co-author of the book Keto Answers, and The Ketologist, and Dr. Anthony Gustin are back by popular demand to answer those burning questions and more. So if you’ve ever wanted to know if it’s safe to follow a keto diet long-term, if it’s possible to add some carbs back in, and whether or not you can enjoy mixed drinks on keto, this episode has those answers for you. Chris and Dr. Gustin also go over creating metabolically flexibility, why too much caffeine isn’t a good thing, and so much more. Dr. Anthony Gustin is a board-certified chiropractor and functional medicine practitioner who founded both Perfect Keto and Equip Foods. As you’ll hear about in this episode, it is his belief that our artificial habitats have forced us into having artificial health problems and this show is his attempt to dive deep into topics like nutrition, sleep, movement, relationships, and more so you can reclaim your natural state of health. Tune into the episode now to see the answers to some of the most popular questions people have regarding a keto diet.
63 minutes | 6 months ago
119: Dr. Molly Maloof - How to Extend Your Lifespan and Improve Your Quality of Life
Dr. Molly Maloof, a physician, tech advisor, and entrepreneur, comes on the podcast to share what it takes to optimize your health beyond just focusing on nutrition and exercise. So you’ll discover what that looks like, why addressing these other areas of health can be so life changing, and why your focus should be on extending your lifespan (and how to do this). Dr. Maloof also goes into other topics like psychedelics, a foundational principle of health, nurturing personal relationships and why this matters, and where our current Covid-19 pandemic is heading. As mentioned earlier, Dr. Molly Maloof is a physician, tech advisor, entrepreneur, and she teaches at Stanford University. Her focus is on helping people optimize their health -- using unconventional practices -- and extend their lifespans. She doesn’t believe in running your health to the ground in order to maximize productivity and output and she’s focused on improving our health care using a radically different approach. You’ll hear more about those topics and so much more when you check out the episode. Tune in now!
59 minutes | 6 months ago
118: Dr. John Jaquish - Why Your Weight Lifting Routine is Wasting Your Time
If you’re someone who strength trains regularly yet you can’t seem to make any real progress, this podcast episode is for you. Dr. John Jaquish, who happens to be a scientist, inventor, and The Wall Street Journal best-selling author, explains in this podcast episode, this is an all too common problem that many gym goers face. And the root cause may surprise you. Dr. Jaquish believes that weight lifting is actually a huge waste of time. And no matter how many different programs you try, you’re not going to get the results you want because it’s an ineffective form of exercise. He also suggests that cardio is even worse for you. So the question becomes, what is the best way to workout? You’ll find the answer to that and more in this podcast episode. Along with that, Dr. Jaquish and Dr. Anthony Gustin dive into why going to the gym won’t help, how the equipment in most gyms is useless, genetic differences between athletes and regular people, and what it really takes to create muscle synthesis. Dr. John Jaquish has spent his life researching and developing a better approach to health. He understood that most people don’t have several hours per week to work out and, even if they did, it’s not an effective way to improve health. So he set out to change that and eventually invented a bone density building technology known as the X3. This powerful piece of equipment can help people build muscle faster than weight training and it has the lowest risk of joint injuries while doing so. His method is so powerful that the entire Miami Heat team uses it, along with other NFL and NBA athletes as well as Olypmians. Find out why that is and how you can improve your workout efforts today by tuning into the episode now.
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