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    On my recent whirlwind media and tour of India, I hosted, along with my friends and , a massive biohacking Q&A and panel in New Delhi, which you can . We covered an enormously wide range of topics, including: How to have energy at your beck and call, all day long... Hidden environmental killers and how to hack your environment to remove them... Ben and Kris' latest updated sleep and jet lag tips... Eating for anti-aging and longevity... How to lose fat faster... And much more! Later, we flew to Mumbai, crashed at a hotel, and slipped into a hotel room to record, for your listening pleasure, a few guys shooting the sh*t about everything from my 10 favorite biohacks, to how to drink socially without damaging the body, to Ayurvedic herbs and supplements, meditation, responsible use of cell phones and much more - all released on today's show! Jag Chima, born in England, is an entrepreneur, investor, visionary, health and fitness enthusiast, and philanthropist with business interests that include real estate, construction, finance, lifestyle, and health and fitness. Jag is the founder of The London Group, a diversified conglomerate with extensive operations in the UK, India, and other parts of the world. The London Group is comprised of companies in property consultancy, property development, estate agents, lifestyle brands, fitness education, talent management, and health clubs. Jag has carved a niche for himself as a passionate and astute professional, with experience that started in 1998. He has also been featured on many media platforms including BBC News Asia, BBC Asian Network, and MATV. He is a sought after speaker and strategic advisor on business affairs and believes in facing fears and taking on challenges for growth and personal development. Jag recently completed a triathlon and also a 1450 km bicycle ride from Delhi to Mumbai. He is a proud supporter of The Unique Home for Girls in Jalandhar India, a home for unwanted, abandoned girls in Punjab, India. Originally from Wales, Kris Gethin has established himself as one of the most versatile fitness entrepreneurs in the industry. Before founding , Kris competed as a lifetime natural pro bodybuilder, placing as high as second place in the Natural World Championships. As a personal trainer, his clients have included Bollywood celebrities, billionaire businessmen, and champion athletes. In between training clients, he has certified more than 800 personal trainers. Somehow, this tireless innovator found time to co-found a health club franchise called Kris Gethin Gyms. He has shared his extensive knowledge through books, newsletters, videos, and podcasts. In this episode, you'll discover: -Ben shares about his trip to India...6:30 Is India ready to embrace biohacking? Barriers to biohacking technology are falling -A wise approach to Ayurvedic herbs and supplements...10:00 It is ancestral wisdom, not biohacking; use w/ caution Tainted w/ metals, may be laced w/ herbicides and pesticides Can hurt yourself if you're not aware of the sourcing Biohacks to increase their efficacy (code GREENFIELD for a 10% discount) device by Fisher Wallace (code GREENFIELD for free FedEx shipping) (code GREENFIELD) table Herbs Ben recommends: -The role of meditation in improving the health of one's mind...16:00 Spiritual connection Don't be dependent on biohacks for meditation app meditation app Meditate in the same spot Candle and hourglass meditation in the The presence of a phone on the table can decrease the quality of conversation at dinner Very easy to get disconnected from mindfulness in modern society Incorporate time when tech isn't present into your daily routine Be aware of biological impact of smart phones Keep phone in airplane mode as much as possible -Mindful eating practices...24:30 , , , etc. are good alternatives to processed sugar Over-consuming jaggery, , etc. resulting in weight gain Eat in a parasympathetic state Be present/aware of the taste, how you feel, etc. Eat w/ people while celebrating food Love your body, love people around you, and love your food (where and how was it sourced?) People move much less than their ancestors Any food can become inflammatory, even healthy foods -Big problems with the modern Indian diet...40:15 India is currently the diabetic capital of the world "Sugar free" is oftentimes a misnomer Many foods in their natural state are intended to have healthy fats Processed carbs and sugars are particularly problematic Vegetable oils are the biggest culprits Prioritize your body over convenience -Responsible use of cell phones...46:17 3 major issues with non-native EMF: Influx of calcium in cells DNA and protein damage Downregulate NF-kB pathways How to offset some of the damage: can offset excess calcium NAD and sirtuins repair the DNA Pterostilbene Green tea Fasting, ketone esters and ketone salts offset down regulation of NF-kB pathways -How to live healthy in an unhealthy environment...54:17 AO Air (HEPA face mask) N95 mask Molekule air filters Air Doctor HEPA filter Now Foods taurine powder Annatto (Vitamin E) Astaxanthin Book: Eat to Beat Disease by William Li BGF podcast w/ Dr. Li Book: The Body Electric Book: Healing is Voltage -How to drink socially without damaging the body...58:03 Consume drinks that contain little to no alcohol Kin Euphorics New drinks on the horizon which contain no alcohol and improve social functions 1-3 Butanediol Alcohol significantly impacts sleep cycles -What India needs to do to up its game regarding health and biohacking...1:03:22 Farming practices: India relies upon mono cropping (as does the U.S.) Thrive Market Stores that allow people to access high quality foods Podcasters, bloggers redefine what health and fitness means Any change begins with our children -Ben Greenfield's 10 favorite biohacks...1:13:30 Red light therapy Cold Heat Grounding/earthing NAD and sirtuins Peptides Blood flow restriction training Single set to failure training Breathwork (Power Lung) Gluta Stat (nebulizing glutathione) Episode sponsors: -: Building blocks for muscle recovery, reduced cravings, better cognition, immunity, and more. Get 20% off your order of Kion Aminos, and everything at the Kion site when you use discount code: “BGF20” -: A formulation of 24 unique strains, each of which included at their clinically verified dose, to deliver systemic benefits in the body. Save 15% off your order when you use discount code: BEN15 -: Organic brands you love, for less. Your favorite organic food and products. Fast and free shipping to your doorstep. Receive a gift card up to $20 when you begin a new membership using . -: A brand new company that has reimagined all your favorite childhood breakfast cereals. Low carb, keto-friendly, ZERO sugar, and tastes just like you remember. For free shipping on your order at Magic Spoon, use discount code: BENGREENFIELD Got a question for me, Jag or Kris? Drop a comment below, and we'll reply!
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    Have a question you'd like Ben to answer on the podcast? or use the 'contact' button in the free Prior to asking your question, do a search in the upper right-hand corner of this website for the keywords associated with your question. Many of the questions we receive have already been answered here at Ben Greenfield Fitness! News Flashes...17:16 From The Sleeping Beauty diet to The Tapeworm Diet…this is an awesome history of fad diets (that will likely never stop coming!): Someone should write a book called “The Sunshine Diet”: .  Here’s how to upgrade your whey protein -  add essential amino acids and creatine for enhanced absorption (in past I’ve said always take EAA’s on empty stomach, but now changing my mind if goal is maximal protein synthesis of protein you eat it with):   Mmm…the new “toddler milk”...powdered milk, corn syrup, and vegetable oil - would YOU feed this to YOUR toddler?   Yeah, I thought this was a joke at first too, but I’ll bet feeding your children their vegetables via an ice cream delivery mechanism will actually be a pretty successful business: .  Resources mentioned: for up to date coronavirus info (code GREENFIELD for 20% off their first month of subscription or full purchase of the device) (code BEN10) Book: training device (use code BEN for a 5% discount) structured water filter (use code BEN15 for a 15% discount) Special Announcements... . Ben Greenfield's new book “Boundless” is now available! Check out Ben on  for epic posts and photos about his morning, day and evening routines, recipes, and much more! Follow Ben on  for daily news flashes and the latest health, fitness, and anti-aging research. Join Ben's  page for conversations with listeners and even more useful information, posts, and support! Here's where Ben is speaking and traveling around the world coming soon: April 4 - 6, 2020: Wild Health Virtual Summit. An event at the Kentucky Castle designed for physicians to teach and promote genomics-based precision medicine. Open to the general public. July 14-16, 2020: Paleo f(x) – Austin, TX. Join me and dozens of health and fitness experts to discover the latest breakthroughs in epigenetics, biohacking, Keto, AIP, nootropics, blood testing, strength conditioning, sleep, stress and much more. Try out delicious new foods, discover new workouts, and even try new gadgets in the biohacking lab. . 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    The author of the New York Times bestselling , previous podcast guest on the episodes:  and also is back! His name is Max Lugavere and his new book features a lifestyle program for resetting your brain and body to its “factory settings,” to help fight fatigue, anxiety, and depression and to optimize cognitive health for a longer and healthier life. In , Max expands the plan, which focused on nutrition and how it affects brain health, and expands it to encompass a full lifestyle protocol. We know now that the health of our brains—including our cognitive function and emotional wellness—depend on the health of our gut, endocrine, cardiac and nervous systems as there is a constant feedback loop between all systems. Drawing on globe-spanning research into circadian biology, psychology, dementia prevention, cognitive optimization, and exercise physiology, The Genius Life shows how to integrate healthy choices in all aspects of our daily routines: eating, exercising, sleeping, detoxing, and more to create a healthy foundation for optimal cognitive health and performance. Among Max’s groundbreaking findings, you will discover: · A trick that gives you the equivalent of a “marathon” workout, in 10 minutes · How to get the benefits of an extra 1-2 servings of veggies daily without eating them · The hidden chemicals in your home that could be making you fat and sick · How to boost melatonin levels by up to 58% for deeper sleep without supplements Max is a filmmaker, health and science journalist and author. He is also the host of the #1 iTunes health podcast . Lugavere appears regularly on the Dr. Oz Show, the Rachael Ray Show, and The Doctors. He has contributed to Medscape, Vice, Fast Company, CNN, and the Daily Beast, has been featured on NBC Nightly News, The Today Show, and in The New York Times and People Magazine. He is an internationally sought-after speaker and has given talks at South by Southwest, TEDx, the New York Academy of Sciences, the Biohacker Summit in Stockholm, Sweden, and many others... During our discussion, you'll discover: -Just how bad is bread?...8:08 It's one of humanity's oldest and most revered processed foods Max's views have softened slightly over the years Grains can serve a functional purpose Glycogen storage Help to power through resistance training Not as toxic as made out to be, but not the most ideal option available Changed views on brown rice Preparation methods are important Avoid GMO forms of GMO foods No such thing as a one size fits all diet, nor an exercise regimen Increased carbs in the diet may lead to increased strength (performance enhancing tool) -How Max's views on MDMA have evolved over the years...19:45 Being used to treat PTSD; given "breakthrough drug" status by the FDA Being used to treat alcoholism, autism Chronically dangerous to the brain; imbalance in neurotransmitters Serotonin is modulated w/ MDMA Acute doses are limited in potential harm; benefits outweigh the risks Psilocybin can reduce activity in default mode network in the brain Can damage mitochondria when consumed in large amounts Increase levels Supplement w/ (code: BENGREENFIELD10) Dr. John Lieurance's / (code: BEN) -Max's overall goal in writing ...29:00 The goal was to help people identify diseases such as dementia or cancer years or decades before they manifest physically was to identify which foods affect the brain We're essentially in "The Hunger Games" books Sedentary, addicted to devices, rampant stress, circadian rhythms are out of sync The default state of any organism is health; our society is anything but healthy Max's mom developed dementia at a young age; was eventually diagnosed w/ pancreatic cancer Conditions don't develop overnight Prevention is not discussed by and large in mainstream medicine Cachexia: extreme muscle wasting Certain cancers are hormonally related Book: by William Li -Fish consumption and optimizing brain health...46:00 Fear of consuming mercury w/ fish is overblown; the benefits outweigh the risks Selenium: mercury ratio in fish is key People who eat more fish have better health; protection against Alzheimers Women who eat more fish have smarter kids Oily fish (wild salmon, mackerel, sardines) are preferable Lifestyle considerations: (code: BEN) w/ dry brush or enema Frequent movement -Healthy detoxification...51:26 The 3 P's of health detoxification: peeing, pooping, perspiring can upregulate autophagy Article: -Why Max advocates increasing protein intake...55:45 Confusing mechanism w/ outcomes The benefits outweigh the risks Reasons to increase protein: In old age, double the allowance helps maintain muscle mass Inverse relationship between increased protein and amyloid plaque More protein = less carbs and fat Protein leverage hypothesis: hunger mechanisms are leveraged by need for essential amino acids Protein is the most satiating of the macronutrients; metabolic advantage Very nutrient-dense foods Ensure protein you consume is buffered w/ collagen or the amino acids contained therein Book: by James Clement Supplement w/ -Max's big wins regarding biohacking, food prep, etc...1:05:08 Drink clean water (code: GREENFIELD) Add minerals into the reverse-osmosis water (code: GREENFIELD10) Time spent in nature 30 minutes of sunlight in the morning Suprachiasmatic nucleus controls circadian rhythms 20 minutes in nature can reduce cortisol levels Staying active 2 minutes of activity for every 30 minutes sedentary can reset the blood flow to the brain Fascia is a piezoelectric tissue , deep tissue work can be mildly addicting -Max's favorite workout regimens...1:13:45 Resistance and strength training Cut back on carbs, lost efficacy in strength training Not a fan of steady-state cardio; lots of throughout the day Staying active boosts lymph fluids Keep protein intake up: 1.6 g/kg of lean mass High intensity repeat training You can have a great body w/out obsessing over fitness Be more present with your food; distractions while eating can increase calorie consumption -And much more! Resources from this episode: - BGF podcasts w/ Max Lugavere: - - - - Dr. John Lieurance's / (use code BEN at checkout for a 5% discount) - - Book: by William Li - - - Book: by James Clement - - (use code GREENFIELD10) Episode sponsors: - You can grab your own Kion Creatine now at and save 20% off your first order with discount code: BGF20 -: After using the Joovv for close to 2 years, it's the only light therapy device I'd ever recommend. Give it a try: you won't be disappointed. Order using and receive my brand new book, Boundless absolutely free! -: A wellness company specializing in innovative nutraceuticals made from healing hive compounds and plant-based ingredients. Get 15% off your order when you use discount code: BEN -: A plant-based beverage that helps support the body’s natural ability to produce collagen, smooth fine lines and wrinkles, and protect the skin from sun exposure and toxins. Receive a 20% discount on your entire order when you use discount code: "BENG20" Do you have questions, thoughts or feedback for Max or me? Leave your comments below and one of us will reply!
    8 days ago
    On my recent whirlwind media and tour of India, I hosted, along with my friends and , a massive biohacking Q&A and panel in New Delhi. We covered an enormously wide range of topics, including: How to have energy at your beck and call, all day long... Hidden environmental killers and how to hack your environment to remove them... Ben and Kris' latest updated sleep and jet lag tips... Eating for anti-aging and longevity... How to lose fat faster... And much more! Jag Chima, born in England UK, is an entrepreneur, investor, visionary, health and fitness enthusiast and philanthropist with business interests that include Real Estate, Construction, Finance, Lifestyle, Health & Fitness. Jag is the founder of The London Group, a diversified conglomerate with extensive operations in UK, India and other parts of the world. The London Group is comprised of companies in Property Consultancy, Property development, Estate Agents, Lifestyle brands, Fitness Education, Talent Management and Health Clubs. Jag has carved a niche for himself as a passionate and astute professional, with experience which started in 1998. He has also been featured on many media platforms which include BBC News Asia, BBC Asian Network, MATV. Jag is a sought after speaker and strategic advisor on business affairs. Jag believes in facing fears and taking on challenges for growth and personal development. Jag recently completed a triathlon and also a 1450 km Cycle ride from Delhi to Mumbai. He is a proud supporter of The Unique Home for Girls in Jalandhar India. The Unique Home for Girls is a home for unwanted, abandoned girls in Punjab, India. Originally from Wales, Kris Gethin has established himself as one of the most versatile fitness entrepreneurs in the industry. Before founding Kaged Muscle, Kris competed as a lifetime natural pro bodybuilder, placing as high as second place in the Natural World Championships. As a personal trainer, his clients have included Bollywood celebrities, billionaire businessmen, and champion athletes. In between training clients, he has certified more than 800 personal trainers. Somehow, this tireless innovator found time to co-found a health club franchise called Kris Gethin Gyms. He has shared his extensive knowledge through books, newsletters, videos, and podcasts. Now, he’s moved into the nutrition sector with , a company dedicated to creating cutting-edge, ultra-premium sports nutrition supplements for athletes of all types. All of Kris’s pursuits are consistent with his mission of helping others reach their health and fitness goals. In this episode, you'll discover: -Ben discusses the motivation behind writing ...8:30 It's about energy; it's what's lacking in most people Combine ancestral medicine w/ modern science We can tap into more energy than we're capable of currently 3 angles: Optimize the mind, body, spirit Book: by Dan Buettner Have a personal mission statement -Kris Gethin's thoughts on being "boundless"...15:38 We all struggle to work our "soul" muscles A long-term investment to gain a long-term return Blue Zone in South India until 1950's; westernized culture has changed it DNA hasn't changed; surroundings have changed Eat the cake before the icing; optimize your environment before pursuing biohacks -The missing link in optimizing sleep...19:02 Basic concepts: Light, Temperature, Silence Light: Minimal amounts of natural light will affect your sleep simulates sunlight in the ears (code: GREENFIELD) Replace LED bulbs w/ Expose to as little blue light in the evening as possible (code: BEN10) Temperature: Cold shower before going to bed Wearing help regulate body temperature in bed Silence: Put phone in airplane mode app Pink noise while falling asleep - headphones for sleeping on your side (code: GREENFIELD) Safety: Don't associate the bed w/ work Be aware of evolutionary mismatches Dopamine fix while scrolling through social media Cortisol levels increase, affects sleep Morning and evening routines: No devices before bed, nor first thing in the morning Meditation - helps w/ falling asleep indirectly Make the phone as boring as possible in the evening () Diet considerations: Fast for one hour before bed, and in the morning Kris advocates for increasing fats and reducing complex carbs throughout the day Ben recommends restricts carbs throughout the day and a carb refeed in the evening mixed w/ and helps sleep quality while fasting Ben's homemade jello (rich in ) Hot water or as a base Other hacks and tips: WiFi kill switch (code: BEN) wearable (code: BEN500) phone covers to control the WiFi router power and , , , WiFi scramblers Breath to control physiology (4 count in, 8 count out) Breathe out for a longer period of time than breathing in -Why sitting for long periods of time is the death-knell to a healthy life...59:15 Sitting is associated w/ shortened hip flexors Poor glute activation contributes to lower back pain (NEAT) Number of calories burned doing small movements Far outweighs calories burned w/ exercise Ben does 15k steps in addition to working out Drop in bone density related to sitting vs. squatting while eating, defecating, etc. -Chronological vs. biological ages and extending your longevity...1:02:30 Kris' chronological age is 45; biological age is 38 Optimized sleep has reduced biological age Low level activity: at the desk (code: BEN10) Air squats on the plane swings (deadlift weight is correlated to longevity) Brachiation (hanging) Ben's 3 longevity tips: Fasting Intermittent fasting (12-16 hours each night and morning) 24 hour dinner to dinner fast 1-2x per month Eat 40% of normal calorie consumption for 5 days () Peptides DNA and cellular repair mechanisms supplement Sirtuins must be present Major causes of aging faster than the actual age Loss of purpose or meaning for one's life Working out too much Not present with the activities in your daily life -Food choices and anti-aging...1:20:30 Glycemic variability and inflammation are the two biggest factors Cocktail w/ bitters, spices affects glucose response Rancid, processed vegetable oils are the biggest culprits You can burn off sugar, not so w/ vegetable oils can protect cells from vegetable oils (code: BEN) Lactose intolerance can be confused w/ a damaged gut supplement probiotic (code: BEN15) Slow vs. fast food preparation (fermentation) Be wary of things like kombucha which may raise blood sugar levels 5 minutes of cold therapy in the morning is Ben's best tactic for regulating glycemic variability -The benefits of fasting...1:39:54 Enhances cellular autophagy Glycemic variability lower Fasting is not the same as calorie restriction (intermittent fasting) Fasting is a spiritual and personal discipline Autophagy: The cleanup of metabolic waste products in the cell Grazing throughout the day isn't efficacious app -...1:54:00 You breathe through the diaphragm Increased Co2 Release of cortisol Mouth taping -Where to start with health optimization...1:56:22 Book: by Robert Becker Calcium can affect the electro chemical balance supplement Think of the body as a battery: , (code: BENG10) Sunlight, photons of light charges the body Water and is a great hydrating fluid -Core bracing while lifting...2:03:15 Essentially a breathing exercise (Dr. Eric Goodman) -Reversing damage from blue light...2:05:00 (code: BEN) Macu Gold Plus -Stopping autoimmune disease...2:06:45 Gut and inflammation are the most common factors Breathwork, limit vegetable oils, etc. Heal the gut (code: GREENFIELD) -Ben's thoughts on veganism and vegetarianism...2:10:15 Source of the animal is often problematic; proper preparation Excess consumption of meat products The human body needs , , , , that are difficult to obtain on plant-based diet Eat in a parasympathetic state, with gratitude, spiritual discipline Resources mentioned: - - Episode sponsors: - You can grab your own Kion Creatine now at and save 20% off your first order with discount code: BGF20 -: Enjoy all the benefits of the 11 superfoods and their micronutrients that help increase resting metabolism, support cardiovascular health, and remove toxins to turn back the hands of time! Receive a 20% discount on your entire order when you use discount code: "BENG20" -: Organic brands you love, for less. Your favorite organic food and products. Fast and free shipping to your doorstep. Receive a gift card up to $20 when you begin a new membership using . -: Grow muscle 3x faster than you can with free weights! The X3 Bar will change the way you train forever. Get a $50 discount off your X3 bar when you use discount code: BEN Have a question or comment related to today's podcast? Drop a comment below, and I'll reply!
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