Dr. Incledon shares the surprising results he discovered when he performed extensive lab work on some of the “top paleo” figureheads. The common Paleo & typical omnivore argument, that Vegans don’t get enough protein and are B12 deficient misses the mark. He also discusses the ideal number to maintain blood glucose levels before and after a meal to be leaner and healthier for many people. Incledon talks UFC fighter Vitor Belfort, TRT, maintaining high testosterone levels when cycling off of TRT, and masking agents.
Dr. Incledon disscusses organic food, pesticides that meet legal definition but are still nonorganic and nutritional value of certain foods.
“Dr. Thomas Incledon, returns to answer listener questions regarding pros and cons of ketosis, diet strategies, the effectiveness of bulking phases, the best nootropics on the market. Thomas discusses the effectiveness of ketones and how ketone research has been around for over a decade. There are benefits of supplementing with beta alanine, Ribose, and ATP and essential amino acids may help aid in faster recovery, post-surgery. Dr. Incledon discusses effective nootropics and how brands like Onnit’s “”Alpha Brain”” may fall short
all this. “
Dr. Incledon intervied by Mike Mahler and he discusses the amount of probiotics used in studies pale in comparison to what is available at your local supplement shop, and which is a waste of time. Probiotics affect blood pressure and the nervous system and addresses suggestive marketing of consuming significant amounts of fermented foods and/or probiotics supplements for digestive health. Stress plays a part, in terms of digestive health and C-sections may have an affect on a child’s digestive health, even into adulthood. The healthy bacteria in our digestive system influence the most common viruses and certain organisms affect testosterone health. Lastly, central sleep apnea and why does it afect more ex-NFL players and MMA fighters.
Tom brings us the latest findings of his research involving a phenomena called the neuromatrix. Essentially, the brain and gut are connected my chemical reactions and nervous system impulses. Tom brings forth a new take on the body’s ability to communicate signs and symptoms.
Dr. Incledon is interviewed by Mike Mahler and they discuss the desire for getting more sleep, adequate sunshine, and wanting to work a 9 to 5 equates a lack of commitment. Some patients remedy irregular sleep and the negative results of sleep imbalance. High body fat does not necessarily equate the cause for sleep apnea, and why some of the fittest people now have sleep apnea. Lastly, the inability to consistently have 8 hours of uninterrupted sleep a genetic issue.
Dr. Incledon interviewed by Mike Mahler for a part 2 discussion concerning how pre-workouts supplement negatively impact training recovery. Also, new technology that will take injury recovery to the next level. Dr. Incledon helps his athletes get through training plateaus and utilizes certain breathing drills for maximum power development.
Dr. Incledon intervied by Mike Mahler and he goes more in depth on his non-traditional approach toward cancer treatment. Topics such as issues of insurance coverage & cost-prohibitive healthcare and key preventative measures to improve your health. Secondly, if excessive exercise cause or fight cancer and the relationship between curcumin and cancer treatment and why this needs to be discussed more. Lastly, the approach to thyroid cancer and prevention needs to be updated and Dr. Incledon’s approach, in terms of those with advanced pancreatic cancer.
Dr. Incledon interviewed regarding cancer, the most feared disease in the world and why many people die from it. Dr. Incledon does personalized treatment including the gene testing, immune cell testing in pre-cancer and cancer treatment. Dr. Incledon discusses the consequences of not being diligent about addressing the possible toxicity of environments.
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