The Superhuman Protocol On How To Declump Cells & A lot Extra

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[00:00:00] Introduction

[00:00:49] Podcast Sponsors

[00:06:21] Visitor Introduction

[00:08:45] Gary’s use of the Egoscue stretching method

[00:11:14] Gary’s morning stroll routine and the significance of connecting with nature

[00:13:45] Why we sometimes do not permit ourselves to expertise stressors

[00:15:26] Gary’s earlier work within the insurance coverage sector, Science and the Predictability of Mortality, and the way this led him to his curiosity in well being and longevity

[00:19:25] The one sentence that defines Gary’s total profession

[00:29:00] How genes and their sub-alleles are in a position used to foretell deficiencies

[00:33:34] Is there a hyperlink between gentle publicity and hypoxia?

[00:35:35] Podcast Sponsors

[00:38:11] Probably the most irritating factor about Gary’s earlier profession

[00:39:59] Vitamin D deficiency causes the identical signs as rheumatoid arthritis

[00:43:47] Gary’s Superhuman Protocol

[00:53:37] Gary’s collaboration with Grant Cardone, 10X Well being

[01:00:01] Methylene Blue, Weight-reduction plan and Hydration

[01:06:48] Is it true which you could dissolve oxygen in water?

[01:10:04] Gary’s favourite PEMF, EWOT (Train With Oxygen Coaching) and Gentle Applied sciences

[01:21:28] The Ozone I.V. and Carnosine Remedy that Ben did throughout this his go to with Gary

[01:23:20] How do you remedy Lengthy COVID?

[01:25:43] How do I get alkaline?

[01:26:10] High 5 suggestions for individuals on a finances

[01:27:58] How do you utilize weight loss plan and vitamin to enhance temper, despair, and anxiousness?

[01:30:01] What are your ideas on seed oils?

[01:31:09] Closing the Podcast

[01:32:10] Upcoming Occasion

[01:34:22] Finish of Podcast

Ben:  My identify is Ben Greenfield. And, on this episode of the Ben Greenfield Life podcast.

Gary:  Misdiagnosis is the third main reason behind demise in America. I will not say trendy medication is the third main trigger, however trendy medication’s misdiagnosis kills extra individuals than morbid weight problems and diabetes mixed. What drove me loopy about my earlier profession was that I wasn’t allowed to have any contact with the affected person or any contact with the treating doctor. So, even when I noticed life-threatening drug interactions, I could not decide up the telephone.

Ben:  Religion, household, health, well being, efficiency, vitamin, longevity, ancestral residing, biohacking, and an entire lot extra. Welcome to the present.

I do not assume it is any secret, particularly for these of you who’ve learn my cookbook that I guzzle additional virgin olive oil. I exploit it in all the things. Not solely is it a fantasy that you simply’re not imagined to cook dinner with olive oil as a result of additional virgin olive oil truly has a bunch of flavonols and polyphenols in it that permit it to be fairly warmth secure, even for issues like sauteing, baking, broiling, et cetera, however the well being advantages of these items, I imply so far as reducing danger of coronary heart illness, serving to stop sort 2 diabetes, sure kinds of most cancers, hypertension, Alzheimer’s illness, weight problems. I imply, it is principally zero carb, low carb, ketogenic, pleasant to a paleo life-style, a cornerstone of the longevity-enhancing Mediterranean weight loss plan, and as any chef will let you know, that is the place the flavour’s at. And, a extremely good additional virgin olive oil has wonderful taste. 

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So, one of many largest points in the case of growing old poorly is what’s known as senescent cell accumulation. Senescent cells are zombie cells. They keep in your physique lengthy after their practical lives. They waste your power. They waste your mobile sources. And, as you become old accumulation of those senescent cells, contributes to slower exercise restoration, joint stiffness, joint discomfort, sluggish psychological and bodily power, we frequently affiliate with growing old. It comes from senescent cells. However, you possibly can naturally get rid of them. There are what are known as senolytic substances which can be confirmed, issues like fisetin and piperlongumine and synactiv and different research-backed substances assist to fight senescent cell accumulation.

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Alright, people, Gary Brecka. This is Gary’s extraordinarily boring bio. He is a co-founder and chief biologist of one thing known as 10X Well being. You’ll have heard of it. The man’s blowing up in all places as a result of his protocols, notably his Superhuman Protocol that we speak about on right now’s present truly works. He has over 20 years of expertise in biohacking and practical medication. He is educated as a biologist, however he optimizes human efficiency by vitamin, evidence-based science, and progressive applied sciences, a lot of which we focus on on this present like oxygen, purple gentle, sure vitamins and dietary supplements, motion protocols, quantification, and an entire lot extra. He works with a few of the world’s prime CEOs and executives, a few of the world’s prime athletes. And, his strategies are distinctive, they’re sure to the Earth, in addition to science, and he does a fantastic job. 

He is a person after my very own coronary heart. I lately had the possibility to go to his dwelling in Miami, spend a day with him. He is the actual deal, so I hope you take pleasure in this present. And, all of the shownotes for all the things Gary and I speak about are going to be at, B-R-E-C-Ok-A. And, at, that is additionally the place you possibly can go to entry the video in addition to any of the sources that we focus on on right now’s present. So, take pleasure in.

Gary, I really feel like we should always in all probability heat up our voices for this present as a result of [00:07:38] _____.

Gary:  I do too.

Ben:  How now brown cow.

Gary:  How now brown cow.

Ben:  Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers. The human torch–what is the human torture one?

Gary:  The lazy goose leaped over the cow fence.

Ben:  Alright, people, I am right here with Gary Brecka. We’re lastly doing it. Gosh, this morning to date has been implausible.

Gary:  Oh, my god.

Ben:  I do not know if each morning for you has been, however let’s give people the rundown simply in case they’re curious.

Gary:  Tremendous biohacking morning.

Ben:  So, for these of you who usually are not aware of Gary or who did not take heed to my introduction to Gary for this podcast, he is aware of so much about human biology. Particularly, methods to harness a variety of the weather of issues like air and lightweight and water and electrical energy to optimize the physique. And so, we started right now with some stunning breathwork out within the sunshine.

Gary:  Superb, that was nice. Led by your self.

Ben:  We snort slightly Rapeh after which did slightly form of a pranayama S breathwork session. You probably did some Egoscue stretching.

Gary:  Yeah.

Ben:  And, we obtained time, we are able to undergo your complete little morning routine as a result of it is implausible.

Gary:  Certain.

Ben:  Inform me in regards to the Egoscue stretching why you begin that off.

Gary:  It is only a postural realignment, pigeon toeing the ft in after which utilizing some rear circles along with your delts to place some stress on the delts and form of realign the traps and modifications the kyphotic and lordotic curve within the backbone, get the cerebral spinal fluid going, and then you definitely’d use a pursed hand pressed over prime of your head staring proper at your center fingers to only stretch and get that cerebral spinal fluid going. I imply, the credit score actually goes to Egoscue to not me. And, I exploit it each morning as a approach to heat up for breath work or cooling after.

Ben:  Yeah. We’ve got a mutual good friend, Brian–Brian, is that his identify?

Gary:  It is Brian.

Ben:  Egoscue?

Gary:  I am unable to bear in mind his final identify.

Ben:  Sorry, Brian, for those who’re listening. However, in any case, I had found Egoscue when somebody had talked about it to me on a podcast and there is a little five-minute video on YouTube. It is 5 minutes to banish low again ache or one thing like that. And, a few of these strikes we did out in your porch this morning.

Gary:  Precisely. I realized them in–

Ben:  It is implausible.

Gary:  I went to a Tony Robbins occasion after which afterwards I met Brian.

Ben:  Yeah.

Gary:  And, Brian gave me just a few easy realignment methods to make use of each day. And, I’ve used them day-after-day since.

Ben:  Nicely, Brian taught my sons, my twin sons methods to do a few of these workouts. And, we went to a Tony Robbins occasion in New Jersey and the place we’re sitting on the market with over 50,000 individuals within the stadium. And, he requested if the Greenfield boys can come up. They have been 9 years outdated. And, they obtained up there on stage with all of the flash bulbs within the area. And, I nonetheless have slightly video of it. They’re up there on stage main the entire area by the Egoscue workouts.

Gary:  Yeah, yeah.

Ben:  And, I nonetheless throw them. I do not find out about you, however I do little motion snacks all through the day.

Gary:  I do too. I imagine in snacking on train. I feel that is simply one of many biggest instruments simply to remain mentally clear and alert and bodily centered. I say bodily centered too as a result of for those who’re not in bodily good condition or your physique’s drained, your thoughts’s drained.

Ben:  Yeah.

Gary:  So, snacking on train all through the day is an incredible approach to simply hold a stage of unpolluted, clear, cognizant waking power sustained all through the day.

Ben:  Yeah. And, though we’ll get into a few of the attractive biohacking applied sciences, you’ve got obtained some wonderful instruments sprinkled round your home that I feel individuals will completely be intrigued with. You and I have not frolicked a lot, however what I appreciated about you was one of many very first issues we did after the breathwork was we went exterior, we linked with nature, not simply the applied sciences.

Inform me about what your morning stroll routine is like?

Gary:  So, proper throughout from me, I am proper beneath the–

Ben:  Cautious, everyone’s going to know the place you reside now.

Gary:  Yeah. One Thousand Museum in Miami. However, proper throughout is a big open-air park. It is obtained a canine park within the center and museums on both facet and two-thirds of it surrounded by water. So, within the mornings as a result of I’m going on the market, take my sneakers off, and I do these squares across the park. And, I name it 4 corners. And, in every nook, I simply do a distinct primary train, a few of which I realized from you this morning, however a slender squat stretching transfer, push-up, a static squat maintain, plank. And, every a kind of corners, it makes the stroll go quick, it breaks it up. You are not crushing your physique. It is a good way to get up. I am a giant believer in earthing and grounding as a result of we truly discharge into the earth.

Ben:  Proper, which you probably did, you slipped your sneakers off.

Gary:  Took my sneakers off.

Ben:  [00:12:07] _____ as a result of I used to be carrying it. I used to be carrying the dishonest sandals. The Earth Runners sandals with the carbon inbuilt it.

Gary:  I am in downtown Miami, so God is aware of.

Ben:  I informed you, I am unusual. I do know the place all of the syringes and the condoms are. I hold the ft shod.

Gary:  Yeah.

Ben:  However then, I used to be telling you they even make these straps now. They’re known as Erthe, E-R-T-H-E. You place them on any current tennis shoe they usually flip the shoe a cross prepare or no matter they usually earth it, they floor it.

Gary:  I am all about that.

Ben:  That is an choice to go along with. However, you are taking your sneakers off and also you stroll across the park after that.

Gary:  I stroll across the park and do some breathwork at first gentle within the morning. And, I like the solar comes proper up over Miami seashore proper off the horizon of that water. So, I do breathwork within the morning, I try this Egoscue methodology. I normally have a cup of black espresso or possibly with slightly recent natural coconut powder. After which, I do that factor I name 4 Corners, which is go to the park, take my sneakers off after which stroll the 4 corners of the park doing a distinct train at every location.

Ben:  Yeah, yeah.

Gary:  Quite simple. I take my shirt off, I get pure daylight. I’ve carried out it within the rain earlier than too. I do it when it is chilly. I do not let the climate dictate whether or not or not I do it as a result of one in all my core beliefs is that growing old is the aggressive pursuit of consolation. And, the extra aggressively we pursue consolation, the sooner we age. We simply collapse all of our protection mechanism so we may go into an entire podcast on that alone. However, if it is raining, I do the identical factor. If it is scorching and I do the identical factor. If it is chilly, I do the identical factor. I do not let the climate dictate whether or not or not I am on the market. I truly form of desire a few of the actual inclement climate as a result of it parks by itself, a stroll on the market when it is moist. And, I will stroll on the market when it is dry.

Ben:  What’s that imply? I’d get actually a number of occasions right here as we undergo your morning routine, however whenever you say derail or protection mechanisms, I assume you are speaking about simply not permitting ourselves to faucet into hormetic stress or one thing like that, what’s that imply for you–

Gary:  Hormetic stress being the large one, however we generally tend to imagine that stress could be very dangerous for the physique. So, we’ve to cease telling grandma to not go exterior, it is too scorching. To not go exterior, it is too chilly. 

Ben:  Yeah.

Gary:  Simply to put down, simply to calm down, to eat on the first pang of starvation. As a result of as you realize, if we do not load our bones, they do not strengthen. If we do not tear a muscle, it would not develop. If we do not problem the immune system, it weakens. So, in virtually each case, bodily stress strengthens the physique but it surely additionally strengthens the thoughts.

Ben:  Yeah.

Gary:  I imply, sick, fats, drained individuals do not construct empires, proper?

Ben:  Yeah.

Gary:  And so, it actually begins within the physique earlier than it travels to the thoughts. Similar factor with neurotransmitters and intestine well being. That gut-brain connection could be very a lot the identical as a physical-brain connection.

Ben:  Yeah.

Gary:  And so, I imagine that wholesome hormetic stresses, thermal stresses, weight-bearing stresses are excellent for the physique. I imply, you wish to stay a very long time and I occur to have a core competency within the science of longevity and mortality. Carry heavy weight and stress the physique frequently.

Ben:  Yeah. Once you speak about your historical past within the science of mortality and longevity–and, don’t be concerned, we’ll get again to a few of the different cool issues that we obtained as much as this morning after the stroll.

However, I’d love to listen to slightly bit extra about what obtained you interested by this as a result of earlier than I got here to Miami, you and I talked on the telephone, and I at all times thought you have been just a few biohacker who was within the physique and finally took all of the belongings you realized and began to do with different individuals. However, you had a really attention-grabbing begin, you have been in insurance coverage adjusting or one thing like that. 

Gary:  A really particular space of insurance coverage, which was the science and the predictability of mortality. It is known as probabilistic mortality modeling.

Ben:  Okay.

Gary:   So, if we obtained 5 years of medical information on you and 5 years of demographic knowledge, we may inform the insurance coverage firm how lengthy you needed to stay to the month. You see as a result of the database by the month, to the month–

Ben:  This wasn’t like methylation clocks and Horvath growing old and telomeres, this was simply epidemiological knowledge.

Gary:  Epidemiological knowledge, however with the one factor you need to do not forget that insurance coverage firms have that no different medical research has, no different medical enterprise has, no different printed trial has, no medical enterprise of any sort has is that they know the day, the date, the time, the placement, and the reason for demise for everybody that they’ve issued an annuity, a life insurance coverage, or a reinsurance coverage on. Even a reverse mortgage. You would not imagine the variety of monetary companies, merchandise which can be truly primarily based on what number of extra months you will have left on Earth. 

And so, when you will have the tip level, you possibly can hint it again to causality. You see in a medical research, we all know that, for instance, weight problems shortens your lifespan by X variety of years, sort 2 diabetes shortens your lifespan by X variety of years. That is all knowledge that is used on actuarial tables, how will we put someone on an actuarial desk. However, whenever you speak about particular mortality, they’ve tens of hundreds of thousands of deaths. And, they hint that endpoint again to its causality. If this database may see the sunshine of day, it could completely change the face of humanity. It might upend trendy in medication in a means that might completely be catastrophic.

Ben:  And, that data is personal?

Gary:  The insurance coverage firms are the polar reverse of Google and Fb, they gather voluminous quantities of data however they do not share it with anyone. They use it to cost monetary service merchandise towards you. I imply, give it some thought, if they’ll take out a $25 million or $50 million life insurance coverage coverage in your life–

Ben:  We’re speaking like a time period life insurance coverage coverage?

Gary:  We’re normally speaking about Common Life insurance policies which can be going to final till the day that you simply die.

Ben:  Okay.

Gary:  So, they do not expire after 10 years or 20 years.

Ben:  And, they’re attempting to foretell when that knowledge goes to happen in order that they do not get caught with the invoice.

Gary:  Precisely. However, if you concentrate on it, they’re taking $25 million or $50 million value of danger on one variable. There’s solely a single variable that issues. And, that is what number of extra months do you will have left on Earth? What number of extra months are they going to foretell or that they’ll gather that premium?

Ben:  Okay. And, you are working for one in all these firms?

Gary:  I used to be truly working for a number of firms. So, we did life expectations and we did these probabilistic fashions to principally take a portfolio of life insurance coverage that one life insurance coverage firm goes to accumulate and allow them to know if the mortality predictions have been correct or not.

Ben:  Okay.

Gary:  As a result of take into consideration for those who put $25 million value of danger on someone’s life and you do not gather sufficient premiums to offset that danger as a result of your mortality prediction was improper–

Ben:  Sort of a shitty enterprise mannequin.

Gary:  It is form of a extremely shitty enterprise mannequin. And, if you wish to understand how correct they’re, simply take a look at the final monetary companies disaster. We had 364 banks failed. Not a single life insurance coverage firm failed. Not one.

Ben:  Actually?

Gary:  Not a single life insurance coverage firm failed. That is how correct and well-reserved they’re as a result of they’ve perfected the science of mortality.

Ben:  So, what’d you discover out?

Gary:  If I used to be to boil my total profession down to 1 sentence, I say this on a regular basis, it could be that the presence of oxygen is the absence of illness.

Ben:  Presence of oxygen is the absence of illness.

Gary:  Sure.

Ben:  Okay.

Gary:  We didn’t discover a single illness etiological pathway that didn’t both have its roots within the absence of blood oxygen or was not severely exacerbated by the absence of blood oxygen.

Ben:  Are you able to give me an instance?

Gary:  Hypoxia. All most cancers begins in a hypoxic setting. Sort 2 diabetes begins in a hypoxic setting–

Ben:  Possibly just like the Warburg Impact, most cancers producing power anaerobically producing lactic acid tissue acidosis after which–

Gary:  After which, springing upon you to create that angiogenic impact.

Ben:  Okay.

Gary:  To finally present oxygen to develop a tumor, however the genesis of that tumor begins in hypoxia.

Ben:  Okay.

Gary:  I imply, how does the most cancers determine the place it’ll metastasize to? It appears to be like for a focal space of hypoxia and it units up store in that space.

Ben:  Okay.

Gary:  And, for those who take a look at anemia or sedentary life-style, these are main causes of all-cause mortality. Sitting is the brand new smoking. However, why a sedentary life-style and why is sitting develop into the brand new smoking? As a result of sedentary life-style is a basis for hypoxia. The much less we transfer, the much less we breathe, the extra poorly we handle oxygen. Not solely the sooner we’re accelerating in direction of the grave, however the sooner the parabolic curve of all-cause mortality. So, we may predict the onset of and the severity of illness primarily based in your hypoxic situation.

If in case you have anemia, for instance, and it is non-responsive is you will have the MTHFR gene mutation, you do not reply to folic acid, you solely reply to methylfolate, for instance, and you’ve got a cardiovascular situation. Atherosclerosis, arterial sclerosis, you possibly can predict how rather more rapidly that may speed up primarily based on a standard desk of atherosclerotic development.

Ben:  Actually? Okay. And, I do know if I am questioning this, different individuals may be additionally, however after all, we hunt down in some instances as well being fanatics, hypoxia. Like, you and I after we have been doing the breathwork out on the porch, we obtained to sure sections the place we have been blowing all of our air out and holding that for so long as potential or some individuals will do, I do not know for those who’ve ever been a CVAC chamber.

Gary:  Yeah, yup.

Ben:  Which is hypoxic or I even do, such as you do, train with oxygen remedy, however I’ve slightly swap on that {that a} remedy machine I exploit that pulls me into hypoxia will get my pulse O2 down, my blood oxygenation down after which it goes again up as soon as I get that surge of oxygen. However, you are not saying that each one hypoxia is dangerous, proper? As a result of it appears there is a form of a hormetic impact to having durations of time with low oxygen.

Gary:  No, systemic hypoxias is dangerous.

Ben:  Okay.

Gary: Lengthy-length hypoxia is dangerous. Quick-term publicity to hypoxic situations and even altitude can truly enhance oxygen transport. In case you take a look at the best way {that a} wholesome physique responds to a hypoxic situation, it will increase erythropoiesis. So, that enhance in erythropoiesis offsets altitude.

Ben:  Okay.

Gary:  However, for those who weren’t offsetting that altitude and you set your self in a hypoxic setting, your physique did not offset that oxygen deficit, you’d have extreme long-term penalties for that.

Ben:  Now, apart from a hypoxic stain. This may be a loaded query, I do not know. however, I am sorry apart from a sedentary state such as you alluded to with the sitting is the brand new smoking. What sort of different components have you ever recognized that appear to be fairly related to individuals being on this hypoxic state?

Gary:  Anemic situations, age-related sarcopenia that really collapses the respiratory fee, the respiratory quantity.

Ben:  Simply muscle loss and the lack to hold oxygen, lack of muscle.

Gary:  Sure.

Ben:  Okay.

Gary:  I imply, muscle is our metabolic foreign money. I imply, there is a direct correlation between early onset illness and even early onset demise and your muscle quantity, the share of muscle that you’ve got. I imply, muscle actually is our metabolic foreign money. We’re realizing now that muscle is extra necessary in older ages than flexibility–

Ben:  Yeah, I have been beginning to concentrate to that Dr. Gabrielle Lyon who does so much. She calls it muscle-centric medication. I feel she’s writing a ebook about it. I will must get her on the podcast–

Gary:  I am a giant fan, I observe her on Instagram too.

Ben:  Yeah, yeah. So, sarcopenia or lack of muscle can be one factor related to hypoxia.

Gary:  Anemia.

Ben:  Sedentary life-style, anemia. And, I assume by anemia, you do not simply imply low iron?

Gary:  I do not simply imply low iron.

Ben:  As a result of there’s that man Morley Robbins who talks in regards to the iron-copper ratios and the problem and a few individuals complement with iron and it inflicting issues like hemochromatosis with out sufficient copper on board. So, I assume it comes right down to extra than simply complement with iron.

Gary:  Sure, it comes down. I imply, that is a broad class. I imply, there’s lots of people that we might discover that had an anemic situation, low purple blood cell, low hemoglobin, they usually have been non-responsive to remedy. So, for instance, take a affected person that has a homozygous MTHFR gene mutation, their portfolate metabolizers. These individuals do not reply to standard therapies, folic acid, B12, and iron, which is often what they’d give someone who has an anemic situation. And so, these develop into persistent. 

And now, persistent anemia for those who take a look at the kind 3 diabetes, one of many early hyperlinks to Alzheimer’s, the truth is in my 22-year profession, I did not see a single early onset Alzheimer’s affected person, not one, that didn’t have a minimum of 10 years of elevated blood sugar previous to. And, this fantasy that persons are shedding their reminiscence will not be actually true, they’re shedding entry to their reminiscence. So, it isn’t the reminiscence that is truly fading, it is the entry to the reminiscence that is fading as a result of neurosynaptic junctions get filled with finally amyloid plaques. However, that viscosity modifications a very long time earlier than you even have these points with reminiscence.

Ben:  Which is why a extra secure supply of gasoline like ketones or coconut oil, et cetera, will be very helpful for Alzheimer’s or dementia as a result of it is staving off the diabetic situation within the mind. You understand what else I feel–

Gary:  Insulin resistance within the mind.

Ben:  And, I do not know for those who’ve considered this a lot in any respect earlier than, however I feel a part of it along with the presence of an excessive amount of carbohydrate and glucose in neural tissue, it is also the shortage of choline precursors that one will get from numerous wholesome fat. There is a man named Dayan Goodenowe who wrote a ebook known as “Breaking Alzheimer’s.” And, that ebook goes into plasmalogen deficiencies, plasmalogen being these tiny fat-based molecules that he has discovered are closely related to onset of this kind 3 diabetes seems that the primary precursor for plasmalogen is the kind of choline that we might discover within the consuming a variety of grass-fed beef or walnuts after which different seeds and nuts and avocados and olive oil and all this stuff we all know are wholesome for the mind. So, it is form of like that one-two combo of sugar excesses and plasmalogen deficiencies that appears to end result on this sort 3 diabetes onset.

Gary:  No query.

Ben:  And so, again to the oxygen piece, so we obtained a sedentary life-style, we obtained sarcopenia, we’ve some type of anemia, not essentially everyone must go rush out and purchase iron however one thing associated to MTHFR or iron copper or that is why I put uncooked liver in my smoothie each morning, which I will get you on the bandwagon for it–

Gary:  I am not fairly there but, however–

Ben:  I made you a smoothie this morning.

Gary:  I really feel fairly good proper now.

Ben:  We’ll get to the smoothie finally as a result of we obtained again from the stroll after which we finally obtained to that.

However, what different biggies, whereas we’re speaking in regards to the causes for hypoxia, do you assume you can acknowledge it as the primary ones for individuals to consider if there’s any others?

Gary:  Poor methylation, poor use of mitochondrial nitric oxide and oxygen on the mitochondria stage.

Ben:  Okay.

Gary:  And, for those who take a look at older ages and respiratory volumes, one of many issues that we might take a look at is how effectively they ambulated. So, for those who take a affected person that had–we had what was known as morbidities and comorbidities.

Ben:  Okay.

Gary:  So, for those who had a sure illness situation, for those who had sort 2 diabetes, you’d get a debit. In case you have been morbidly overweight, you’d get a debit. In case you have been hypertensive, you’d get a debit. However, for those who put all of those debits into the identical physique, it isn’t one plus one plus one equals three, it is one plus one plus one equals ten. And so, we notice that the presence of oxygen was the absence of illness and that the deficiency in oxygen was the presence of a variety of ailments. Not solely the onset of however the severity of illness. And, in direction of the tail finish of my profession, we began to delve deep into methylation pathways. And, I feel that methylation is without doubt one of the most neglected areas in all of contemporary medication as a result of it would not assume that what goes into your physique and goes into thoughts and goes into everybody listening to this podcast is handled precisely the identical.

Ben:  Yeah.

Gary:  Proper. That is the most important fallacy in trendy medication.

Ben:  If I used to be going to come back to you, how would you check me for methylation? Is that this a kind of salivary genetic exams?

Gary:  It is a salivary genetic check methyl detox profile. You will get means down the rabbit gap of methylation. So, what I desire to do is take a look at the large 5 genes of actionable genes of methylation as a result of it is no use genes the place you possibly can’t complement for his or her deficiency.

Ben:  Would this be the alleles that you are looking at?

Gary:  The genes and their sub-alleles. So, for instance, MTHFR has two massive alleles: C677T, A1298C. These are the large identified ones.

Ben:  Okay.

Gary:  However, you take a look at folks that have homozygous breaks, that means each mother and father gave them the gene mutation.

Ben:  Okay.

Gary:  And, relying on the place that allele is, they’ve a predictable deficiency and it is that deficiency that results in a few of the commonest situations that we settle for as a consequence of growing old. I imply, most individuals listening to this podcast are strolling round proper now someplace between 55 and 60% of their true state of regular. And, what I imply once I say that’s in the event that they have not checked out their very own methylation pathways, if they don’t seem to be supplementing for sure deficiencies, I am not an enormous believer in simply supplementing for the sake of supplementing, I imagine that we complement for deficiency within the human physique. And, after we do, magnificent issues occur. Nearly all of illness that we imagine is genetically inherited illness. It would not have a genetic hyperlink in any respect. Nearly all of illness that is handed from technology to technology: hypertension, hyperlipidemia, hypercholesterolemia, hypothyroidism, despair, anxiousness, ADD, ADHD, these situations that run in households do not need a gene instantly related to that deficiency.

Ben:  Okay.

Gary:  What they’ve is a methylation pathway deficiency.

Ben:  Okay.

Gary:  And so, what this implies is they can not refine a sure uncooked materials, they can not flip folic acid into methylfolate. Now, they’ve a deficiency in methylfolate–

Ben:  Which is why for those who’re having a multivitamin or a cereal fortified with folic acid, it may do any extra hurt than good.

Gary:  The worst factor, I imply, most individuals do not even notice that folic acid is a wholly man-made chemical. You possibly can’t discover folic acid anyplace on the floor of the Earth. It would not happen anyplace naturally in nature. Neither does the commonest type of B12, cyanocobalamin, hydrogen cyanide-based B12. Three types of B12 happen naturally in nature: the adenosine, the hydroxy, and the methyl. 

However, the cyano, the cyanide-based kind, which usually comes from human sewage, from the sludge, from human sewage, whenever you bind hydrogen cyanide to the cobalt steel and create a B12 molecule, the physique not solely would not acknowledge that however has to transform it right into a pure type of B12 to even use it. So, a variety of occasions, our dietary supplements as a result of we use one thing known as single-dose toxicity in the USA or one of many few civilized nations on this planet that makes use of single-dose toxicity, which signifies that if I provide you with one thing in a capsule or a tablet and there may be some arsenic in there or there’s some hydrogen cyanide in there, there’s another poisonous chemical in there, so long as it would not impact you in that dose, then it is secure to present it to you. However, we do not keep in mind cumulative dose toxicity. No person will get mercury poisoning from one sushi meal.

Ben:  Yeah, we do not check what occurs over time is what you are saying.

Gary:  We do not check what occurs over time.

Ben:  By the best way, did you say that B12, one of many artificial types of it’s constituted from human sludge like waste and sewage?

Gary:  Yeah.

Ben:  What do you imply?

Gary:  So, after we course of human sewage, there is a foamy yellow substance that they discard and it is known as sludge. And, that sludge is nearly purely hydrogen cyanide. And so, we are able to take that sludge, not we, actually not me, however you possibly can take that sludge, you possibly can dry it right into a powder. You bind it to the cobalt steel, which all B12 is cobalt steel. You bind it to the cobalt steel and now you will have cyanocobalt and cyanide base B12.

Ben:  Wow.

Gary:  And, lots of people say, “You understand, Gary, it would not matter, that dosage will not hurt you,” however once more, it isn’t the or the dosage determines the poison, that is not true. The cumulative dosage determines the poison. In case you’re okay placing small quantities of mercury in your physique day-after-day, it will not be the small quantities that you simply put in day-after-day, it is going to be the buildup of that heavy steel that causes toxicity.

Ben:  Okay, obtained it. So, clearly, we speak about methylation alone for a few hours–

Gary:  Yeah, we are able to overwhelm the rabbit gap.

Ben:  I wish to give individuals the large fowl’s eye overview of a few of these points associated to hypoxia. So, we talked about sedentary life-style, we speak about sarcopenia, we talked in regards to the methylation points, and anemia-related points.

One factor I’ve seen that you simply’re additionally very eager on is gentle publicity. Is there a hyperlink between gentle publicity and in a hypoxic state?

Gary:  Nicely, there’s not a direct hyperlink between gentle publicity and a hypoxic state, however most individuals do not wake themselves up within the morning. They do stimulants to wake themselves up as a substitute of waking naturally.

Ben:  Yeah. 

Gary:  So, you realize about first gentle, I am not educating you something that you do not know, however that first 45 minutes of the day could be very particular blue gentle, not just like the blue gentle that comes out of your telephone. 

Ben:  Yeah.

Gary:  There is no UVA, there isn’t any UVB, you possibly can’t look straight on the solar, however you possibly can take up these rays. You continue to create cholecalciferol. You continue to truly will generate vitamin D3 within the morning from morning gentle, however you do not have the hurt for it–

Ben:  Actually you possibly can nonetheless generate cholecalciferol even when it is form of like red-ish exterior?

Gary:  Oh, you possibly can nonetheless generate cholecalciferol within the cloudiest of days. You do not want a lot daylight to generate vitamin D3.

Ben:  Lots of people say you bought to exit between 10:00 a.m. and a couple of:00 p.m. to essentially get vitamin D, however you possibly can truly get it within the morning.

Gary:  To get the best I exploit for time spent. However, that is patently false. I imply, you generate cholecalciferol even by diffuse gentle that is passing by home windows on a way more conservative foundation. After which, clearly, it additionally is determined by pigment of the pores and skin. I imply, one of many the explanation why we heard that COVID disproportionately affected minorities had nothing to do with their minority standing, that needed to do with the pigment of their pores and skin in medical deficiencies and vitamin D3.

Ben:  Actually?

Gary:  So, insurance coverage firms have been on this for years. I imply, if I noticed darkish pigmented affected person that was submitting for a life insurance coverage coverage that was clinically poor in vitamin D3 had maintained this deficiency for plenty of years, I’d basically lengthen that situation to being persistent. And so, one of many second issues we found within the mortality house was not simply that the presence of oxygen was the absence of illness, however the majority of situations that individuals confronted have been what we known as modifiable danger components.

Ben:  I am on the street proper now. I used to be truly on a stroll final evening and I walked previous one in all these juicery locations. And, after all, they promote these tremendous costly high-end cold-pressed juices, however man are they costly? However, again in my bag, I’ve simply obtained one little canister of tremendous straightforward to journey with powder that does all the identical stuff with me and I may actually have a juice day-after-day for 2 weeks of journey and it could value me about the identical as one juice at one in all these juiceries.

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Gary:  What drove me loopy about my earlier profession was that I wasn’t allowed to have any contact with the affected person or any contact with the treating doctor. So, even when I noticed life-threatening drug interactions, I could not decide up the telephone name–

Ben:  Your fingers are tied, you are simply sitting there figuring out all these points and seeing the large image that each one these people who find themselves dying early are hypoxic. At that time, have been you educated in biology?

Gary:  I used to be a human biologist–

Ben:  Okay, so that you knew all these stuff, however you have been simply handcuffed, all you can do is take a look at the info and also you could not do something about it.

Gary:  And, even I made multiple journey to human sources to say I have to name this affected person as a result of they have been misdiagnosed or they’re about to take a contraindicated treatment that is going to trigger a thrombolytic occasion.

Ben:  Okay.

Gary:  And, [00:39:00] _____ prosecution if I had contacted that affected person, they stated, “We’ll not solely fireplace you, we’ll prosecute you.”

Ben:  Yeah.

Gary:  And, I perceive as a result of I am not licensed to follow medication, so that they did not need some human biologist sitting in a room medical knowledge, however I promise you if I had known as their physician or known as that affected person and stated, “Hey, cease taking the corticosteroid, begin taking some vitamin D3.” And, I feel you will see that your joint ache goes away as a result of there’s an ideal instance of what I am speaking about with deficiencies resulting in situations individuals do not have. Misdiagnosis the third main reason behind demise in America. I will not say trendy medication is the third main trigger, however trendy medication’s misdiagnosis kills extra individuals than morbid weight problems and diabetes mixed. And, it is third solely to most cancers and heart problems. So, misdiagnosis kills extra individuals aside from heart problems and most cancers. And, what occurs–

Ben:  I assume you are not speaking about someone working in your left leg as a substitute of your proper leg as a result of it is labeled improperly? What can be an instance of a misdiagnosis that might be that important–

Gary:  Take a affected person that has a extreme deficiency in vitamin D3, for instance. In case you clinically deplete that nutrient from the human physique for a decade or longer, that individual will current with rheumatoid arthritis-like signs. Their historical past will learn precisely parallel to rheumatoid arthritis. So, greater than a whole lot of occasions I noticed sufferers with long-term medical deficiencies in D3 go into the first care doctor and they’d say, “Look, doc, the soles of my ft, my ankles are sore once I get off the bed within the morning, my hips are stiff day-after-day, my knees have been hurting for the final two and a half years, it is steadily elevated. I imply, lately it is arduous for me to make a fist.” After which, doc goes, “You understand what, you’ve got obtained rheumatoid arthritis. I will hit you with some high-dose prednisone. I will put you on what’s known as a corticosteroid and also you’re simply going to take these orally for the remainder of your life and you are going to be high quality.” 

Nicely, we knew within the insurance coverage house as a result of we had mortality knowledge that for those who began corticosteroids, you had six years and someday till you are having a joint substitute. It was so correct, Ben, that for those who have been a 60-year-old feminine misdiagnosed with rheumatoid that you did not have since you had a deficiency in D3, I’d advance your age six years in someday. I’d schedule your joint substitute after which I’d start to scale back what was known as your ambulatory profile, how effectively you ambulated. As I cut back mobility, I can truly usher in all of the ailments that exacerbate with a discount in mobility. So now, you possibly can predict the onset of and the severity of illness. And now, this individual is been identified with the situation they do not have, placed on the treatment they did not want, which induced them to have a joint substitute that wasn’t required. That lowered their ambulation and it introduced all-cause mortality nearer from the longer term.

Ben:  Yeah.

Gary:  So now, they have been dying of situations they by no means ought to have had as a result of they’d surgical procedures that they by no means wanted from treatment that was by no means required from a analysis that was primarily based on their historical past.

Ben:  That is attention-grabbing. Again to muscle-centric medication. It is a research that I noticed a few months in the past. I do not recall what journal it was in, but it surely was highlighting a variety of the explanations for sarcopenia. And, there are a number of within the lack of lifting weights and I feel vitamin D could have been in there, et cetera, however the two biggies have been low quantities of bioavailable protein. After which, the opposite one, and this one actually ignored to me, I used to be like, “Huh, I by no means actually considered it that means,” however it’s attention-grabbing, it was gradual lack of muscle and health because of durations of immobility associated to surgical procedure, medical therapies or accidents. 

That means, for example that you are a good strong 30-year-old muscular gal or man listening to this and possibly 5 years from now you bought to get slightly surgical procedure for, I do not know, a kidney situation, possibly a colonoscopy, places you up for 3 or 5 days after that, after which possibly you break your leg. So, all this stuff string collectively and you’ve got these durations of time over, for example, whenever you’re 30 to 60 throughout any given yr the place you are simply completely down and out for 20 days. And, these construct up yr after yr after yr and it form of is sensible intuitively, however till I noticed it on this research in entrance of me like, “Oh, durations of inactivity associated to medical points are along with low bioavailable protein, the primary trigger for sarcopenia.”

Gary:  That is why all the nice biohackers speak about consistency over time.

Ben:  Yeah, it is consistency, it is holding your self within the recreation, which it is enormous versus doing the marathon exercise on the weekends or no matter.

Now, I wish to study slightly bit extra as a result of I am intrigued about the place you bought to the place you are at now with this complete 10X Well being. And, you are in all probability conscious of this, you are form of blowing up. I have been seeing you in all places. What you are doing is clearly working otherwise you’re paying the suitable individuals the suitable quantities of cash. I am simply kidding. I am simply kidding. And so, the query I’ve for you although form of again to the science of the hypoxia factor and again to the sunshine and what you have been explaining about with the sunshine, the significance of first gentle, the significance of pure spectrum daylight. In case you would have walked into my room this morning, I am more and more turning into like this, I am like a purple gentle addict. So, I journey with a purple gentle headlamp and that is the one means I exploit to get round the home through the day or through the morning. So, it is all purple gentle plus my purple gentle glasses. So, my physique’s simply principally bathed in dawn even when at a lodge or I obtained to stroll right down to the foyer to get a espresso or no matter, it is all purple gentle for the primary hour of the day earlier than I hit the large lights as a result of sometimes I am up round 5 or so.

So, my reasoning is till the solar truly comes up, I wish to hold fooling my physique that we’re in no solar or dawn. After which, I confirmed you that wrap-around purple gentle factor that I’ve. Kineon is the identify of the corporate that makes it. I wrapped that round my neck. And, that is the primary hour after I am getting up, so the entire blood going by my neck and my carotid is getting blast with purple gentle. After which, I’ve slightly travel-based purple gentle individuals have in all probability seen like Joovv makes one known as the Go. I’ve one which Dr. John Lieurance gave me final week that is obtained slightly purple. And so, principally is like placing the dawn on in your bed room. And so, I am all purple gentle for that first hour of the day. Now, these are all applied sciences, we’ll speak extra about a few of the cool know-how up right here, some full purple gentle–

Gary:  Yeah, I am an enormous fan of know-how.

Ben:  So, for this idea of first gentle, do you assume that there is a bonus to that that I am nonetheless getting profit from that versus what we did this morning going out in full spectrum daylight and sitting in your balcony? Do you utilize these purple gentle units whenever you first get up?

Gary:  I do. I do the primary line. I do the stroll within the morning. And, I imagine in doing weights once I’m fed. So, I normally do weight exercises later within the night.

Ben:  Yeah, which we will go do after this. We’ll be crushing weights.

Gary:  Sure. This podcast is over once I’d go crush it. However then, I get again and I do what’s known as the Superhuman Protocol, which is basically taking the entire good issues from the skin and bringing it in. I imagine we get three main issues from Mom Nature. We get magnetism. We get oxygen. We get gentle.

Ben:  Magnetism, oxygen, and lightweight.

Gary:  These are the three massive issues we get from Mom Nature. And, the additional we get away from these three issues, the sooner the onset of all-cause mortality.

Ben:  It form of begs the query actual fast, sorry to interrupt.

Gary:  No, it is okay.

Ben:  However, whenever you say magnetism, oxygen, and lightweight and also you present in these insurance coverage actuarials that prime hypoxia was one of many massive points related to mortality, do you assume that magnetism and lightweight ought to have been on that listing as effectively or a magnetism and lightweight form of the precursors to oxygenation?

Gary:  They’re precursors to oxygenation as a result of if you concentrate on how oxygen is transported within the physique, after which the supply system not solely simply to the cell wall however into the mitochondria, which truly happens extra by the water, mitochondrial water than it does by direct oxygen getting into the mitochondria. However, for those who take a look at the degradation of the oxidative state of the physique, a variety of this has to do with the cost, polarity on the floor of the cell. And, to not get too technical, however for those who take a look at a purple blood cell for–okay. 

So, let’s get technical for a second. So, for those who take a look at a purple blood cell and we will do some darkish discipline microscopy right here after this, for those who take a look at a purple blood cell and the floor of that cell has a cost and similar to a magnet, if two cells have comparable expenses, they repel. If they’ve reverse expenses, they entice. PH stands for potential hydrogen. It is a cost. That is why it is a full fallacy that we are able to get alkaline from ingesting alkaline water. We get alkaline by altering the cost of the physique by low Gauss present, by grounding, by earthing. I imply, discharging into the Earth or discharging by a PEMF mat, low Gauss PEMF mat is the most secure and essentially the most pure and the quickest approach to alkalize, repolarize the cost of the mobile buildings within the physique.

Ben:  I’ve by no means actually considered them. So, you are principally making the case that alkalization is synonymous with or linked to repolarization.

Gary:  No query, it is linked to potential hydrogen. That is pH, the dimensions of pH is predicated on the potential of hydrogen. So, what this implies is for example you will have a bunch of purple blood cells they usually’re all hanging out within the bloodstream collectively they usually have comparable expenses, they are going to repel, they will slide round like hard-boiled eggs.

Ben:  Protons on a optimistic cost.

Gary:  Protons on the optimistic cost. So, what occurs is you will have much more floor space now for that cell to absorb vitamins, to expel vitamins, to have oxygen from the serum of the blood enter a cell. So, for cells to shuttle oxygen by the bloodstream, they should have extra floor space. To extend the floor space, it is advisable create mobile separation. To create separation, it is advisable have the suitable cost.

Ben:  And, a better pH, that means greater potential hydrogen, extra of those protons pushing one another aside increasing the cell.

Gary:  Proper. Or else, they begin to clump up.

Ben:  Yeah.

Gary:  And, in every single place they contact, you lose that floor space twice. You lose it on the cell otherwise you lose it on both cell that is touching. Now, what occurs when these cells begin to journey across the bloodstream in clumps? I am not speaking about coagulated blood, I am speaking about coalesced purple blood cells. 

So now, as a result of they have not carried out earthing or grounding or purple gentle or PEMF they usually’ve been touring they usually stay in a rental like I do on the twenty seventh ground they usually fly three days every week they usually’ll get a variety of static electrical energy, they’re carrying 2-inch-thick sole, rubber-soled sneakers. So, there isn’t any discharge happening. So now, for those who take a look at this blood, you will see that the purple blood cells are all clumped up and caught collectively like too many vehicles to take this–

Ben:  You see that by these microscopes you will have sitting proper over right here. He is no joking, people. His complete rental is actually the microscopes and loopy, it is like half lab, half biohacking rental. So. you can see this.

Gary:  I made my cameraman do it final week. I truly pricked his finger, put the blood on there and you can see as a result of the microscope’s wanting down by the blood. You may see all of the blood form of stacked up and clumped collectively.

Now, you lay on a PEMF mat and take your blood 5 minutes after getting off a PEMF mat, simply do a 20-minute low Gauss session and you may see that each one the purple blood cells have separated. Now, I’ve extra floor space for oxygen, and that is why I do EWOT train with oxygen remedy after getting on a PEMF mat. Alkaline first–

Ben:  That is why. I used to be questioning in regards to the order as a result of we slept on PEMF mats final evening. You are one of many few guys who’ve frolicked with who truly has a PEMF mat below their mattress. Your model is totally different than mine–

Gary:  And, in my visitor mattress. You bought use of it final evening too.

Ben:  And, your visitor mattress, which was wonderful. And, by the best way, I simply realized for these of you listening I did not but let you know the place the shownotes are. We’ll have a video of all these items, but it surely’s That is Gary’s final identify, B-R-E-C-Ok-A,

So, by using the PEMF and, after all, by going exterior barefoot like we did right now with the earthing and the grounding, we’re decreasing the quantity of clumping by permitting for well-liked depolarization of the cells. And, that then permits for higher oxygen move and a extra alkaline state. And, would that theoretically be one thing that’s accelerated by publicity to gentle photons or is that one thing that permits the sunshine photons to form of cost up the mitochondria higher?

Gary:  Permits them, gentle photons to cost up the mitochondria. So, bear in mind I stated we get three issues from Mom Nature: magnetism, oxygen, and lightweight. We get magnetism from the earth, earthing, grounding. It is a very actual factor.

Ben:  Yeah. Or, PEMF is I like to think about as earthing on steroids.

Gary:  Sure, it is earthing on steroids. And, for those who stay in a rental otherwise you spend a variety of time on a airplane, you need to have a PEMF.

Ben:  Yeah.

Gary:  So, you get magnetism from the earth, which truly creates alkalinity. After which, you progress to this EWOT, train with oxygen remedy. So, we use 95% O2 below delicate oxygen. Simply what you probably did this morning, three-minute cycle with a 30-second dash. This may increase not solely your partial strain, basically the quantity of oxygen within the bloodstream, however your SpO2, this will even increase your pulse oxygen, the quantity of oxygen within the purple blood cell. And now, when you flood the blood with oxygen, then below delicate train as a result of we wish to create an oxygen demand, then you definitely lay in a purple gentle remedy mattress.

Ben:  So, it is PEMF, then the train with oxygen remedy or some sort of oxygen protocol, then it is purple gentle. That is the gold customary. That is the one we create.

Gary:  That is why we name it superhuman. That is the one–

Ben:  I will repeat that yet another time for individuals. That’s principally for those who take nothing else from this interview, that is Gary’s Superhuman Protocol, PEMF, and if you do not have entry to that, earthing or grounding, after which for example you do not have train oxygen remedy, you can a minimum of do breathwork.

Gary:  Breathwork, sure.

Ben:  Something that is going to introduce extra oxygen to the physique. We’ll speak about EWOT slightly bit extra right here briefly. After which, you end that up with purple gentle or daylight.

Gary:  Take your shirt off and get exterior.

Ben:  And, for those who’re completely free, the cash or you do not have all the flamboyant biohacking gear and also you’re listening in, you can actually go exterior barefoot or lay in your again exterior after which you can do breathwork in that very same situation, do a breathwork stroll, and be doing that within the daylight or end up with purple gentle. And, that one, two, three protocol, so we may try this day-after-day, they really feel higher.

Gary:  Oh, my god, they’d really feel so a lot better.

Ben:  After which, the biohack, stack that and focus and make it more practical.

Gary:  Precisely. I imply, you stack it with that gear. One of many the explanation why I began a wellness franchise seven years in the past with my fiancée once I left the mortality house, it was known as Streamline Medical Group. We ended up treating a affected person named Grant Cardone.

Ben:  Grant Cardone.

Gary:  Grant Cardone.

Ben:  Okay.

Gary:  And, Grant Cardone had such an astounding response to the therapeutic protocol we put him on that he and his associate, Brandon determined to accumulate us September of final yr. And, we grew to become 10X Well being. And so, now we’re 10X Well being and the concept is to take costly modalities like–that gear is 150 grand. I imply, I do not anticipate anybody to place 150,000 with gear of their home.

Ben:  You would be shocked, you have not met some individuals listening on this podcast.

Gary:  Okay.

Ben:  However, anyway.

Gary:  So, go to, my Instagram, and I will be pleased to promote you the gear. However, the concept is that if I actually wished to the touch the face of humanity, actually make an affect on mankind, it is obtained to be accessible to everyone at an affordable value

So, we’re placing a thousand of those clinics across the nation, 20 in each state. And basically, Grant Cardone has helped to bankroll that and Brandon Dawson’s helped to construct the inspiration for it for us to scale in order that there will be 20 of those areas in each state, individuals can are available and use it for a month-to-month payment as a substitute of paying to have the gear of their home.

Ben:  Yeah.

Gary:  So, that is the entire, it was the entire thought behind 10X Well being. And, that mixed with blood testing mixed with genetic testing which I am an enormous fan of. There’s numerous nice genetic exams on the market. We do one by cell science techniques. It appears to be like on the 5 actionable genes and the sub-alleles. You will get 85% of the individuals, 90% to their vacation spot of optimum well being–

Ben:  Yeah. That is why I used to be telling you on our stroll. I like to chop by the genetic confusion. I exploit one known as StrateGene by Dr. Ben Lynch. It identifies the 9 so-called soiled genes just like the nitric oxide pathways, methylation pathways, a histamine processing pathways, et cetera. As a result of I imply, lots of people need not know the place that propensity for brown eyes or blue eyes–

Gary:  Precisely, or indifferent to your lobes. I imply–

Ben:  They simply need that actionable knowledge.

Gary:  Precisely.

Ben:  Yeah, yeah. So, you are doing quantification as effectively on a fairly strong stage. If somebody have been to come back to you and work with you or somebody would go to one in all these new 10X Well being Programs, they are going by an entire battery of exams.

Gary:  They’ll undergo primarily two exams up entrance. They’ll get 64 biomarkers checked out within the blood.

Ben:  Okay.

Gary:  You are going to get 5 genetic markers checked out of their genes and the alleles. In these 64 biomarkers, we’re principally on the lookout for hormone stability glycemic management, blood sugar management, and nutrient deficiencies.

Ben:  Okay.

Gary:  After which, within the genetic check, which is what I like a lot since you do it as soon as in your lifetime, it is your genes, they will by no means change. So, you do not have to guess at what you are poor in, you possibly can know what your physique is incapable of methylating. Some individuals do higher on sure types of B12, B complexes, SAM-es, and methylated folates, 5-methylfolates. And, it is astounding what occurs to human beings whenever you simply put the uncooked materials again into their physique in order that it will possibly do what it was designed to do. 

I imply, MTHFR has been confirmed, linked to all types of situations that we simply settle for as a consequence of growing old, ADD, ADHD, OCD, manic despair, bipolar, temper and emotional issues. These neurotransmitters imbalances come fairly often from methylation. We take easy amino acids like tryptophan and phenylalanine and we methylate these into neurotransmitters. And, if methylation is damaged, we’ve these deficiencies primarily in our intestine. However, if you do not have serotonin in your intestine, you possibly can’t have serotonin in your mind.

Ben:  Yeah.

Gary:  And so, there’s numerous books written on the gut-brain connection. However, the gut-brain connection is a connection of methylation. And, it is quite simple to repair this. I imply, lots of people are strolling round, like I stated, 55 or 60% of their true state of regular as a result of they’re guessing at what they should complement with. They’ve a COMT mutation, for instance, methyltransferase. These individuals have one in all two kinds of sleep patterns, Ben. They will both lay down exhausted to go to mattress they usually cannot go to sleep as a result of their thoughts retains them awake or they go to sleep and their thoughts wakes them up as a result of it is necessary to know and I do know that this, however we do not simply create thought in our thoughts, we additionally dismantle thought. And, it is simply as necessary to have the ability to dismantle thought, degrade thought as it’s to create it. If not, the thoughts will get clouded. We name this ADHD. There’s consideration deficit dysfunction or consideration deficit hyperactivity dysfunction will not be an intention deficit in any respect, it is an consideration overload dysfunction. It is not that individuals which have ADD have an incapability to concentrate, they’ve an incapability to concentrate to so many issues.

Ben:  Yeah.

Gary:  And so, what if we may truly degrade thought on the similar tempo that we create thought? You’d cease listening to individuals say issues like, “I work effectively below strain.” As a result of whenever you say I work effectively below strain, what you actually imply is I lack the power to set priorities internally. So, I exploit exterior strain to set my priorities.

Ben:  Yeah.

Gary:  And, we might have the ability to lay down to fall asleep and our thoughts would quiet as a substitute of waking up as a result of individuals have a COMT gene mutation, this catechol-o-methyltransferase gene mutations.

Ben:  Yeah, COMT.

Gary:  They do not degrade catecholamines.

Ben:  Proper.

Gary:  And so, they’ve this excitatory state within the thoughts however the physique’s exhausted.

Ben:  Yeah.

Gary:  And so, they’ve a tough time quieting their thoughts. And so, in the event that they put the suitable amino acid stability into the physique, they discover that the thoughts quiets. So, I am an enormous fan of your amino acids.

Ben:  I used to be going to say it is form of humorous as a result of a variety of what I do from a supplementation standpoint, it is in all probability a giant three that come to my thoughts you are speaking about proper now’s the important amino acids. I had a giant cup of these Kion Aminos beforehand–

Gary:  I’ve one round right here someplace proper now.

Ben:  It is so nice for the neurotransmitters for lots of the methylation points just like the shotgun method after which uncooked liver in my smoothie each morning, so the iron-copper ratio–

Gary:  Nonetheless engaged on that one.

Ben:  I will provide the recipe. You are consuming ice cream. It is wonderful. 

Gary:  Yeah.

Ben:  When you get the suitable stuff in it.

After which, the final one, and that is one which I feel one purpose you and I really feel so good right now that form of amplifies a variety of the issues we have been speaking about in the case of the sunshine and the oxygen as a result of it donates electrons to the mitochondrial transport chain, it pairs very effectively you probably have sufficient NAD in your system is methylene blue. So, you and I took some oral methylene blue this morning after which charged up with a purple gentle. And, that stuff’s implausible. I feel it pairs very effectively with what you are doing with this Superhuman Protocol.

Gary:  Oh, no query. I imply, within the Superhuman Protocol, the magnetism, oxygen, and lightweight, whenever you get in purple gentle, sure wavelengths of purple gentle, I imply, principally all wavelengths of sunshine do the identical factor, they only do it at totally different depths. So, some are excellent for collagen, elastin, fibrin within the pores and skin, others are good for circulation, microvascular circulation, different wavelengths are good for irritation. Most likely essentially the most therapeutic for my part is the 810 nanometers as a result of that is usually thought of the deepest depth of penetration. However, what that wavelength does that is astounding is it passes by the mitochondrial wall, it kicks out a fuel known as mitochondrial nitric oxide and forces oxygen to dock. And, you realize what occurs within the mitochondria whenever you permit oxygen to enter that cycle, you will have a 16-fold enhance in mobile power.

Ben:  Geez.

Gary:  So, think about if we had a 16-fold enhance in mobile power in 32 trillion cells, think about the extent of waste elimination, restore, cleansing, regeneration. And, these are easy issues utilizing purple gentle to power oxygen into the mitochondria, to upstage the mitochondria, so it will possibly get rid of waste, restore, detoxify, and regenerate.

Ben:  So, in the case of the testing that you simply do, you bought these 5 genes that you’re going to check for. You have obtained the 64 blood markers. After which, clearly–

Gary:  That is the inspiration.

Ben:  This may change from individual to individual, however do you will have a particular weight loss plan/supplementation program that you end up referring to over and over so far as the overall broad-based weight loss plan? Appears to work effectively for lots of those individuals who have hypoxia-related situations.

Gary:  I do. I imply, a variety of it has to do with reducing excessive glycemic carbohydrates or shattering data there. As a result of for those who take a look at, we’ve to do not forget that the digestive tract is a 30-foot-long conveyor belt. And, what you level on it at one finish earlier than it exits the other finish, because it exits the abdomen after which makes its approach to the rectum and exits the rectum, and that 30-foot-long span, the extent of excessive glycemic carbohydrate is instantly associated to the quantity of oxygen that’s diverted to your intestine. Bear in mind the quantity of–

Ben:  Degree of excessive glycemic carbohydrate consumption is instantly correlated to the quantity of oxygen that your intestine wants. That means the extra candy carbs you eat, the extra oxygen will get divert to your intestine?

Gary:  Little doubt. That is precisely proper.

Ben:  Okay, attention-grabbing.

Gary:  So, excessive glycemic meals require considerably extra oxygen to digest.

Ben:  Actually?

Gary:  And, they are going to require extra blood move as effectively. So, for those who truly stood in entrance of a thermograph and also you ate a really excessive glycemic meal versus, for example, a purely ketogenic meal, you’d see that your head, which is often glowing purple and orange and there is an orange purple space round your coronary heart, good heat blood displaying a focus of blood across the coronary heart within the mind, you’d see these areas start to chill. You’d truly see them begin to flip yellow and inexperienced.

Ben:  Wow.

Gary:  As a result of the quantity of blood within the system is mounted. So, we won’t be right here and be right here on the similar time. It may well’t be within the intestine and be within the mind on the similar time. So, for those who divert it with excessive glycemic carbohydrates, you’ll steal it from the mind. It has to borrow from someplace.

Ben:  Yeah.

Gary:  Proper. And so, the straightforward reality is that you need to determine if that meals’s serving you or stealing from you. And so, I imply, attempt to eat a giant bowl of pasta and a few half a loaf of bread and see how you’re feeling after that meal.

Ben:  Yeah.

Gary:  The power drain is as a result of you will have lowered the oxidative state, you develop into marginally hypoxic–

Ben:  I do not know, I normally simply really feel Italian after meal.

Gary:  You simply begins talking with an accent.

Ben:  Proper, yeah.

Gary:  However, I do not know, possibly it could be all to outlive. Most individuals are exhausted.

Ben:  Yeah.

Gary:  So, this is the reason on the whole I attempt to simply keep away from excessive glycemic meals as a result of you need to determine, would you like power or would you like style? And, fairly often, individuals, they do not take a look at meals as service, they do not take a look at a meals merchandise and say, is that this going to serve me or is that this going to steal from me?

Ben:  Yeah.

Gary:  And, we let these thieves into our home they usually do precisely what they’re designed to do, simply steal from you.

Ben:  Yeah.

Gary:  And so, this sort of consuming additionally exacerbates hypoxic situations, so folks that have low blood oxygen to start with will eat a excessive glycemic meal, after which they will crash.

Ben:  So, you are usually extra low carb slightly bit like keto in your method from a dietary standpoint.

Gary:  Low carb, excessive wholesome fats, no seed oils. I imply, very primary for my part, i.e., I eat an incredible quantity of coconut oil, olive oil, nuts, avocados.

Ben:  Yeah. I noticed that even a beef tallow in your counter right here.

Gary:  Yeah, beef tallow.

Ben:  Yeah.

Gary:  And, I do not eat a variety of high-glycemic fruits and high-glycemic meals.

Ben:  Now, what about water? Is there a sure form of water that might permit you to be extra oxygenated or sure issues it is best to take note of from a hydration standpoint?

Gary:  Sure. So, I’ve a water filtration system, it is a hydrogenated water.

Ben:  Okay.

Gary:  Proper. As a result of bear in mind, you probably have extra hydrogen, you truly can change polarity. You possibly can change cost.

Ben:  Okay.

Gary:  So, hydrogen water can alkalize you.

Ben:  Yeah.

Gary:  Alkaline water doesn’t alkalize you.

Ben:  As a result of there’s not greater quantities of hydrogen in simply alkaline water, it is simply passing over steel plate and utilizing electrolysis to alkalize it however there’s not elevated hydrogen content material.

Gary:  That is proper. And, you concentrate on it in chemistry and one thing can’t donate its properties and in addition keep them.

Ben:  Yeah.

Gary:  So, if it have been true that alkaline water would switch its properties than it could by design develop into acidic, if it gave up the properties that made it alkaline.

Ben:  Yeah, it is a good level.

Gary:  So , you possibly can’t have a glass of salt water and a glass of normal water and take the salt out of 1 and put it to the opposite and nonetheless have it in its origin. So, this is the reason the alkaline water concept falls aside.

Ben:  Except you are tremendous into homeopathy or one thing like that. Water maintains the irritation. I feel that is a dialogue for one more man–

Gary:  I hope we’re not going too sciency for these guys and put them to sleep.

Ben:  No, that is nice.

Gary:  However, the reality is that hydrogen water, I am an enormous fan of hydrogen water as a result of it will possibly donate properties and it improves emulsification and intestine biome, all types of issues.

Ben:  Is it true that you can dissolve oxygen in water? As a result of I’ve heard about that, I am like, yay. After which–

Gary:  I will let you know my expertise with it which was fairly profound as a result of the human biologist in me says no. I imply, for those who prime off a Perrier, you get, you realize–after which for those who shake it up and hold doing it fairly quickly, it’ll flatten out. So, in concept, suspending a fuel in a liquid long-term will not be potential. However, there’s a sort of water known as KAQUN water or cocoon water, Dr. Lyon’s analysis is–

Ben:  Cocoon water. What is the different factor known as, KAQUN?

Gary:  Ok-A-Q-U-N. However, it is pronounced cocoon but it surely’s Ok-A-Q-U-N.

Ben:  Okay.

Gary:  And, there’s truly one in all these amenities they usually have a shower filled with this water and in Vegas. And, I went out to this facility, extremely skeptical, though I had learn Dr. Lyon’s analysis and was excited to exit and bathe in an oxygen tub that was perfused with oxygen by a patented methodology of suspending oxygen and water, linking oxygen molecules collectively, O2 linked, O2 linked, O2 linked to O2. And theoretically, the partial strain of water in your pores and skin is 600 millimeters of mercury, the partial strain within the vein is about 140. So, this gradient permits for oxygen.

Ben:  Driving it by the grade from excessive to low.

Gary:  Sure, driving it from excessive to low–

Ben:  By being submerged within the water.

Gary:  Being submerged within the water.

Ben:  Attention-grabbing.

Gary:  So, once I obtained there, I stated, “Okay, if this oxygen is transferring from that water by my pores and skin into my bloodstream, I ought to have the ability to measure it in a number of methods. I ought to have the ability to measure my pulse oxygen. It ought to skyrocket. I ought to have the ability to measure my partial strain, my SPO2, how a lot oxygen’s in my bloodstream. I ought to see a discount in my blood strain each systolic and diastolic. Ought to marginally come down. And, my resting pulse must also fall.” And, I used to be skeptical that each one of these issues would occur. And, with out an exception, each single a kind of metrics moved dramatically.

Ben:  That is loopy. And, not ingesting it.

Gary:  Not ingesting.

Ben:  So, you can technically create some form of a water filtration system that places these items in tub tubs.

Gary:  That is what she’s carried out.

Ben:  Sizzling tubs and even chilly swimming pools or one thing like that.

Gary:  Sure. And so, you bathe on this.

Ben:  That is fairly attention-grabbing.

Gary:  Clearly for wounds, however I imply there’s some great outcomes they’ve had with most cancers sufferers, actually with floor situations, eczema, psoriasis, and wounds.

Ben:  Yeah.

Gary:  However, the truth that I used to be capable of measure a rise in my partial strain whereas I obtained a rise in pulse oxygen, so the oxygen needed to be coming from someplace as a result of once I was respiratory, it wasn’t transferring, after which a discount in my blood strain and a big drop in my pulse fee. My pulse fee went from resting within the low 60s, 60, 60, 61, into the low 40s.

Ben:  Is these items accessible already, this capability to have the ability to bathe on this stuff?

Gary:  Sure, you possibly can bathe in it. And, you possibly can go to Las Vegas and bathe–

Ben:  I will discover hyperlinks for you guys for anyone, you guys wish to strive it out–

Gary:  It is a cool spot.

Ben:  Okay. So, I used to be telling you after we have been strolling as a result of we have not spent a variety of time collectively, we have talked on the telephone a number of occasions. I lastly flew in final evening. We have frolicked slightly bit. I see that you simply follow what you preach. I imply, you simply blowing smoke. I recognize that a variety of guys do not. They write the blogs and do the podcast, however they do not truly do it. You having such deep expertise and having all this stuff that we have already tried right now, I do not find out about you, I really feel implausible.

Gary:  I really feel nice, dude. I actually do. I used to be saying that earlier, man. I imply, I really feel freaking wonderful–

Ben:  Yeah. I imply, we did the breathwork and the methylene blue on the skin stroll. However then, we began to make use of a few of your biohacking applied sciences. And so, I wish to ask you a number of form of fast fireplace questions primarily based on this Superhuman Protocol if that is cool.

Gary:  Yeah.

Ben:  So, the first step is we wish to get polarization occurring correctly and declumping the cells by some type of grounding, earthing, or PEMF.

Gary:  Sure.

Ben:  Speak about going exterior barefoot, I talked about possibly placing some straps on the underside of your sneakers, utilizing these Earth Runners. Clearly, it isn’t rocket science to get exterior and be in contact with the planet.

Gary:  Proper.

Ben:  Now, in the case of the applied sciences that you simply assume work rather well for PEMF, what are a few of your favorites for biohacking applied sciences?

Gary:  So, my favourite is the PureWave. I’ve checked out a variety of totally different PEMF applied sciences. I am not saying that different PEMF applied sciences usually are not nice.

Ben:  That is a mat.

Gary:  It is a mat.

Ben:  Okay.

Gary:  So, I like that one as a result of I measured the low Gauss present. And, we truly did some darkish discipline testing of our personal and we truly discovered important enhancements in blood viscosity and in addition within the clumping of blood cells and that is seen. After which, the EWOT system train with oxygen remedy, I exploit a HyperMax, which is basically an oxygen concentrator with a timer on it. You flip the timer on, it fills–

Ben:  However, truly earlier than we get to EWOT, I wish to speak about that. So, I’ve obtained this necklace on someplace that you simply gave me, what about moveable PEMF? As a result of lots of people are going to journey with the mat, I journey so much. I need PEMF once I journey.

Gary:  This one I like–

Ben:  And, there’s light-weight grounding masks, however this factor’s known as a bubble I am carrying proper now.

Gary:  That is the bubble–

Ben:  Be just like the tropics.

Gary:  Yeah, it is the smallest PEMF on this planet.

Ben:  As a result of prior to now I’ve used the FlexPulse by Dr. William Pawluk. This appears form of cool, you simply hold them across the neck.

Gary:  Hanging round your neck, 7 hertz and it is secreting pulse electromagnetic discipline on a regular basis.

Ben:  Okay. So, you do not have to attend to your house, you possibly can put on PEMF and you may have that as a mat. You may clearly journey. Grounding and earthing mats, I do not know for those who journey with these earlier than however they’re fairly gentle.

Gary:  Yeah, they’re very gentle–

Ben:  And, I used to be going to let you know, yeah, one factor to consider is the alternating present frequencies that undergo a variety of houses and condos like this. I am a fan of utilizing soiled electrical energy filters if you are going to use PEMF or grounding or earthing mats. I simply assume it is good simply to scale back the quantity of energy surges. However, nonetheless, you stated the PureWave, this bubble factor, and grounding or earthing, grounding earthing sneakers, getting exterior barefoot, and then you definitely begin speaking in regards to the EWOT. Inform me in regards to the protocol we did right now and what all that you simply use for train, train with oxygen remedy.

Gary:  Sure, train with oxygen remedy. And, we do that with a variety of our skilled athletes that we’re attempting to get to the following stage. I am working with a variety of athletes which can be enjoying within the league proper now which can be dominating their recreation. A few of them are very public about their relationship with me, some usually are not. However, we’re measuring their efficiency utilizing magnetism, oxygen and lightweight, which is NSF licensed. It is not thought of efficiency enhancement, it is thought of reparative, regenerative. And, we’re seeing unimaginable outcomes with tissue restore, regeneration, protein synthesis, enhance in protein synthesis, and muscle restore, and efficiency. However, EWOT is a ten, 11-minute timeframe the place you are–

Ben:  Glided by super-fast, you are not drained afterwards like after a giant exercise, you are energized.

Gary:  An excessive amount of oxygen over too lengthy a time frame will truly drive purple blood cell to depend down. And, that is the other of what you need. However, for a brief time frame, it took you ten and a half minutes to do it right now.

Ben:  Proper, it was three minutes. It was 30 seconds after every respiratory pure oxygen.

Gary:  Yeah, respiratory not pure oxygen, 95%–

Ben:  Alright, excessive oxygen. And, it is similar to you will have an AirDyne bike, you will have the masks subsequent to it, I will put footage for folk at I informed you my protocol is form of attractive too. I obtained the Vasper, which is the blood move restriction.

Gary:  Proper.

Ben:  And, the grounding and the earthing since you’re grounded to the plates on the Vasper, after which the total physique train. And, I hold the LiveO2 subsequent to that as a result of I obtained a swap. And so, throughout my recoveries, the lengthy durations, your hypoxia, after which through the [1:14:44] _____, you go hyperoxia and flood the tissue–

Gary:  I like that.

Ben:  And, that is 21 minutes, I felt as if your 12-minute protocol beat me up rather less. Possibly I am going too lengthy with the Vasper protocol, however nonetheless, the takeaway message right here for individuals is it is high-intensity interval coaching with durations of time throughout that high-intensity coaching the place you will have some form of a mass to ship greater quantities of oxygen to the physique.

Gary:  That is proper. And, ten and a half minutes is all you want. You breathe 900 liters of 95% O2. Now, somebody–

Ben:  I’ve at all times puzzled, what for those who have been to make use of–for example you did not have the cash or you do not have entry to the oxygen supply system mass that you simply put on, what for those who simply through the straightforward durations have been to put on one thing like a coaching masks or resist oxygen consumption and even breathe by a straw, do you assume you can nonetheless get some results by then through the arduous effort simply opening your mouth and taking the coaching masks off and respiratory as a lot oxygen you possibly can–

Gary:  I completely do. In case you take a look at the cyclical respiratory strategies of Wim Hof, you take a look at train with oxygen remedy, a variety of these have these similar foundational idea, which is, one, created demand, after which two, reply that demand. And, what I imply by that’s we all know that we won’t simply eat a bunch of calcium and have sturdy bones. You must load a bone.

Ben:  Yeah.

Gary:  After which, have calcium there to assist construct it.

Ben:  Yeah.

Gary:  Proper. We all know which you could’t simply eat a bunch of protein and construct massive muscle groups. You must tear a muscle, then you need to have the protein accessible to restore it. The identical factor is true with oxygen, you simply cannot sit and hyperventilate and flood the physique with oxygen. What you need to do is create an oxygen demand, so the concept behind E1 is train is placing an oxygen demand on the physique.

Ben:  Yeah.

Gary:  After which, it is similar as a breath maintain in a Wim Hof methodology, for instance, exhale breath maintain, why are we exhaling and holding our breath. Nicely, you are resetting carbohydrate or carbon dioxide receptors, you are truly driving the extent of that fuel up. Now, whenever you breathe in, the tissues simply, they take it up.

Ben:  So, it won’t be excellent, however you can principally the best way you wish to give it some thought is that this. Throughout an train session, attempt to deprive your self of oxygen then throw in a number of high-intensity intervals the place you simply open up the portals and flooding your self with oxygen. And, a minimum of even when you do not have the flamboyant gear, form of going exterior barefoot provides you a style of the PEMF. Doing that offers you a style of the EWOT.

Gary:  Can maintain your breath and do push-ups to exhaustion.

Ben:  That is a fantastic thought.

Gary: Breathwork, then maintain your breath and do push-ups to exhaustion to failure.

Ben:  Okay.

Gary:  After which, breathwork once more.

Ben:  Okay, obtained it.

Now, the final a part of this Superhuman Protocol, and I wish to make sure we contact on that is the sunshine. Now, individuals have seen me stand in entrance of those Joovv gentle panels, I informed you in regards to the factor I put on round my neck. You’ve got some attention-grabbing gentle issues. You bought this sauna that massages and does gentle and you’ve got this complete mattress. Inform me about your gentle stuff.

Gary:  So, the sunshine stuff is I examined a variety of gentle beds, I did meter testing, we did nitric oxide, mitochondria and nitric oxide testing to truly see if that gentle was truly kicking the fuel out of the mitochondria which you’ll decide up within the blood as a result of if the fuel is leaving, that oxygen is docking. And so, we use the 10X, our firm. We truly acquired a stake in a distributor named Da Vinci Medical.

Ben:  Da Vinci Medical.

Gary:  Da Vinci.

Ben:  Okay.

Gary:  Just like the Da Vinci Code, Da Vinci Medical. And, we sourced a TheraLight 360 gentle mattress, some of the highly effective gentle guess available on the market proper now. It is about 125 milliwatts of radiance, extra highly effective than anything you may get available on the market. It is obtained 45,000 gentle diodes. It has a prime and a backside. They really change the sunshine depth to make up for the arc within the mattress. And, you lay on this factor for 20 minutes, and similar to you skilled right now, I imply there’s nothing prefer it. And–

Ben:  I can really feel the nitric oxide approaching my fingertips. It was fairly loopy.

Gary:  Yeah.

Ben:  I feel it is highly effective.

Gary:  And, when it is blowing nitric oxide out like that, meaning oxygen is taking its place.

Ben:  Yeah.

Gary:  And, whenever you simply do EWOT and then you definitely lay in that purple gentle mattress, it is like plugging your self into a light-weight socket–

Ben:  And, I had methylene blue earlier than too–

Gary:  I do know. That is why I can barely sit nonetheless proper now.

Ben:  Yeah, yeah. Yeah. After which, what in regards to the one which has the–is sort of a sauna, I climbed inside it, it virtually seemed like a kind of hyperthermic items they’re utilizing most cancers remedy facilities, but it surely’s like a pod, you climb inside, you crawl inside.

Gary:  Oh, that factor is being in your mom’s womb. I like that factor. It is known as the HyperT sauna and basically–

Ben:  HyperT?

Gary:  HyperT.

Ben:  Okay.

Gary:  It is also by Da Vinci, 10X, we’ve a model of this. And, it is a pod that you simply get in and also you open it and also you shut it. There’s three issues I like about it. Primary, it is infrared and your infrared sauna. It has a therapeutic massage unit, so it is truly vibrating and it has warmth. So, it isn’t simply the infrared, near-infrared, but it surely additionally truly has warmth vents that may warmth you up whereas your head stays cool. 

I see so much on Instagram and circulating round in social media these guys that get in 37-degree water for extended durations of time they go below, they breathe by a straw, they breathe by a snorkel. And, typically they will keep underwater for 10, 12 minutes, 16 minutes at 37 levels. I am not a giant fan of pulling the mind off like that or heating the mind up too scorching. I imply, whenever you’re in a scorching sauna, 180, 200 levels, and also you’re in there for actually extended durations of time, that is not essentially one of the best factor on your mind. 

Ben:  Proper. Nicely, clearly, the hypoxia induced by long-term chilly for the mind may cut back oxygen supply to the mind if overdone. 

Gary:  Yeah.

Ben:  After which, if we all know that hyperthermia as utilized in oncologies cytotoxic to cells, theoretically the fragility of the cells in neural tissue may reply in an unfavorable method to love attempting to not eat in that setting.

Gary:  Little doubt.

Ben:  So, the top is protruding. That stays cool, however the physique’s in there simply getting blasted with gentle.

Gary:  Yeah. Your physique is getting blasted, your head stays cool, so now you get your sweat on after which I’m going proper from that into the chilly plunge.

Ben:  Yeah, which we did right now.

Gary:  Which we did right now, yeah. We truly gotten there collectively.

Ben:  Yeah. Good job, man. And, we’ll have movies of this all up for you guys. I do know you in all probability have tons of questions for Gary. I do know we’re beginning to run up towards time right here, however I will put all of the shownotes and the video and all the things at

And, Gary, simply to maintain individuals slightly bit intrigued right here as a result of I am intrigued, so from right here, we’re happening to do your–you will have a particular ozone remedy or one thing like that that you simply do.

Gary:  Sure.

Ben:  Okay.

Gary:  We’ll do ozone IV remedy after this.

Ben:  Do ozone IV.

Gary:  I’ve obtained one in all our nurses coming over.

Ben:  Nice for power.

Gary:  Nice for power. We’ll do about 65 gamma two passes.

Ben:  Okay.

Gary:  After which, we’re additionally going to do some l-carnitine, l-carnosine.

Ben:  Okay.

Gary:  L-carnosine, VIV, and the mixture of these two is simply wonderful. So, that is our subsequent [01:22:04] _____–

Ben:  What is the carnosine for?

Gary:  Carnosine is definitely used for lots of various delayed onset muscle soreness, DOMS. I imply, truly considerably reduces DOMS. It is also an amino acid that is wonderful whenever you’re doing different modalities like Myers Cocktails and different nutritional vitamins. I imply, it is available amino acid, it improves athletic efficiency. I truly similar to to run carnosine by itself earlier than I do ozone.

Ben:  Yeah.

Gary:  You’re feeling completely wonderful and ozone remedy is. There’s nothing novel about ozone remedy, however that third oxygen molecule is known as a missile for irritation and free radical oxidation that is why you’re feeling so good after ozone. I imply, a few of the medical research the place they used it in covid therapies and for viral pathogens are actually astounding.

Ben:  Wow.

Gary:  I imply, efficacy above 90%.

Ben:  Wow.

Gary:  So, we will do some ozone, some carnosine.

Ben:  After which, you elevate weights.

Gary:  After which, we will elevate weights. Ben, you wish to simply undergo a few questions?

Ben:  Yeah. Let’s do a number of fast fireplace, a number of fast ones–

Gary:  Yeah, let’s do it. remedy an extended COVID.

Ben:  Alright.

Gary:  So, I will take a stab at it, you are taking a stab at it. We discovered that–

Ben:  Wonderful. Let’s give ourselves three questions, so we obtained a minute every for every one.

Gary:  Alright.

Ben:  Alright, right here we go.

Gary:  Alright, methods to remedy lengthy COVID. Go.

Ben:  Alright, methods to remedy lengthy COVID. Geez, I am not a health care provider, I do not even put on that “Belief me I am a health care provider” t-shirt, however a few of the important modalities that I’ve seen that a variety of docs are utilizing that appear to work effectively for COVID, I’ve seen a variety of guys utilizing the mixture of infrared gentle and methylene blue, which you talked about earlier, peptides, notably those who goal the immune system like thymosin alpha-1, thymosin beta, they appear to be actually, actually good for lengthy haul. 

After which, this could be extra from an ayurvedic or a standard medication standpoint, something that might be thought of a blood tonic sort of compound. One instance of that might be yarrow extract. There’s a fantastic man named Dr. John Douillard out of Boulder, Colorado, is doing so much in ayurvedic house for COVID. However, I personally, since he is my physician, I do not work with a variety of long-haul COVID, do you?

Gary:  I am not a health care provider both.

Ben:  Yeah. That is true, you are not a health care provider.

Gary:  Scientific crew. No, I am a human biologist. Let’s make that clear. This isn’t medical recommendation. However, fairly often what’s neglected in lengthy COVID is we name it lengthy COVID as a result of you will have COVID-like signs for a chronic time frame. And, fairly often, we have seen that these are literally secondary viral infections. There’s an explosion of Epstein-Barr and cytomegalovirus and different viruses on the again of COVID. Do not forget that solely 60% of your DNA is human DNA, 40% of your whole DNA is viral. And, our physique silences viruses day-after-day. And, when the immune system will get run down, lock COVID. A few of these viruses increase their ugly head. The very, quite common one which we see which can final 8 to 10 to 12 weeks is Epstein-Barr virus on the again of getting COVID. You did not actually catch Epstein-Barr, you’ve got at all times had it. It is form of a dormant mono virus. And so, your immune system will get run down, you get the secondary viral an infection, and also you assume it is a continuation of COVID, you retain testing adverse for COVID, however you even have one other virus known as Epstein-Barr. And, there is a grade eight-week protocol for Epstein-Barr virus, so I’d truly get checked for EBV.

Ben:  Yeah, ozone will be actually good for that sort of stuff.

Gary:  So, how do I get alkaline? Are you able to clarify the profit, please? And–

Ben:  I simply talked about that.

Gary:  Yeah, we simply talked about that magnetism, oxygen, and lightweight. PEMF is without doubt one of the finest methods, for my part, to get alkaline. In case you would favor to not spend the 5 grand on a PEMF mat, get your sneakers off and get in touch with the floor of the Earth. Ought to [01:26:09] _____–

Ben:  High 5 well being tricks to do day-after-day for individuals on a finances. That is a fairly good one.

Gary:  Yeah.

Ben:  Alright, prime 5 well being suggestions for individuals to do day-after-day on a finances. I’d say primary, eat organ meats. They are not as costly as you assume. As a matter of reality, lots of people promote them low cost as a result of they wish to eliminate them. Get chilly day-after-day. Chilly showers usually are not costly final time I checked. Get scorching day-after-day. You do not have to have a sauna, you possibly can actually layer and go exterior or go within the gymnasium, however open up the portals of sweat. Quantity 4 can be ten thousand steps a day, nonetheless you wish to do it. Take your calls when you’re exterior. Take the steps, stroll, no matter. Put 10,000 steps a day. After which, the final one I feel can be–after which, that is extra relationship-based, however we all know relationships are so associated to longevity. Make one individuals or one individual day-after-day really feel actually good. Exit of your approach to make someone really feel actually, actually seen and heard a minimum of as soon as a day.

Gary:  Wow, these are good concepts. I’d add breathwork and first gentle to that. They do not add a penny to your finances. And, breathwork is free, first gentle is free, strolling on the floor of the Earth is free. In truth, strolling might be essentially the most underrated type of train on the planet, simply strolling. I imply, you wish to reduce weight simply stroll for 35 or 45 minutes in a fasted state within the mornings, low coronary heart fee cardio. Breathwork, there’s numerous nice breathwork accessible on the market on the web. Wim Hof is my favourite that he has an eight-minute breath work routine, three rounds, 30 breaths, breath maintain in between with an exacerbated deep breath in. That alone will change your life. And, if you are able to do it at first gentle, I promise you it’ll develop into your drug of selection.

Ben:  Yeah.

Gary:  I like whenever you share what’s in your kitchen. How do you utilize vitamin to enhance temper, despair, and anxiousness? I will simply hit that actual fast in a minute.

Ben:  Okay.

Gary:  Initially, we outline despair on this nation as an insufficient provide of serotonin. That is one of many definitions of despair, which is why I am not a giant believer in SSRIs as a result of they ration what little serotonin you will have. So, by definition, they don’t seem to be elevating it. So, by definition, they don’t seem to be ending despair. Fixing methylation is one of the best ways to supply sufficient ranges of neurotransmitters to then present sufficient enhance to temper and emotional state. In case you have been to ask me what’s a temper? What’s an emotional state? It is nothing greater than a set of neurotransmitters sure to oxygen. There are some moods that the place oxygen is in a part of the molecular construction of that temper, let me say that once more, there are some moods and emotional states the place oxygen is part of the molecular construction of that temper. The rationale why no human being has ever woken up laughing is as a result of you do not have the oxidative state to expertise laughter. The rationale why you possibly can get up from a deep delta wave sleep indignant is as a result of the emotion of anger doesn’t require oxygen. If you wish to do some experiment tonight, pinch your partner whereas they’re lifeless asleep. They’ll get up indignant.

Ben:  Yeah.

Gary:  Low emotional tears don’t require oxygen, that is why they’re available feelings. Elevated emotional tears do require oxygen. In truth, the distinction between anger and fervour, the emotion of anger and the emotion of ardour is one neurotransmitter within the presence of oxygen.

Ben:  Wow, cool. Alright, I will throw in there for despair, I will provide you with 5 extra as a result of I’ve by no means seen anyone do this stuff and be in a foul temper afterwards, a minimum of not considerably.

Gary:  You bought to say chilly water.

Ben:  Music, dancing, singing, daylight, and chilly.

Gary:  Sure.

Ben:  That is it. Music, singing, dancing, daylight, and chilly. Attempt that out and inform me you do not really feel slightly happier.

Gary:  Yeah. I’ve heard if you wish to remedy someone’s despair–

Ben:  Repair that serotonin deficiency.

Gary:  Push them in chilly water.

Ben:  Yeah.

Gary:  After which, what are your ideas on seed oils? That is the final query. They’re horrible for you. In case you truly noticed how canola oil is processed, it is mind-numbing. You are taking a gummy substance, you de-gum it with one thing known as hexane, which is a identified neurotoxin, it is industrial cleanser, they warmth these oils to over 450 levels which makes them rancid. After which, to remedy the odor they deodorize them to make them clear. They really bleach them. They use sodium hydroxides, hexanes. And, nearly all of seed oils are literally genetically modified as a result of they must make the seed proof against glyphosphates. These are simply terrible. Get them out of your cupboard.

Ben:  I agree. The one seed oils I’ve seen that may not be so dangerous for you’re chilly expeller-pressed. That will be like Andreas Wecker. He has an organization known as Andreas Seed Oils. He is obtained one pumpkin hemp, black seed oil. A few of these, I feel, are okay. They’re getting shipped in Miron glass jars, oxidation. However, for essentially the most half, for those who ruthlessly mitigate seed and vegetable oils, you are going to really feel higher.

Gary:  Sure, no query. That is simply science.

Ben:  Candy. This man practices what he preaches, people. That is why I like Gary and I am simply now attending to know him, however he is the actual deal. And, for those who aren’t following what he does, I will hyperlink to his 10X Well being Programs, his web site, his Instagram, in addition to the video that accompanies this present as a result of we had a video crew following us round. A few implausible guys who filmed a few of these modalities that we’re doing. So, I will put that within the shownotes as effectively. So, his identify is Gary Brecka with 10X Well being Programs. Maintain your eye on this man as a result of he is performing some actually cool issues. And, I actually, actually love his complete method, the Superhuman Protocol. Attempt a minimum of that for those who take nothing away from this podcast. Attempt PEMF or earthing and grounding. Observe that up with oxygen, observe it up with gentle, and inform them you do not really feel implausible.

All of the shownotes are going to be at, Gary, thanks for approaching the present, man. It is implausible.

Gary:  It is wonderful. Thanks for having me.

Ben:  A lodge surrounded by nature, vineyards, and gardens, this forest labeled as a historic backyard in a really particular nation at a lodge situated within the oldest demarcated wine area on this planet. Think about this place has a state-of-the-art spot, 2,200 sq. meters, 10 remedy rooms, an indoor pool with underwater sound and chromotherapy. Think about a kitchen crew that brings to the desk not simply scrumptious meals at this place however values environmental sustainability and wellness and native sensitivity and international sensibility. Think about with the ability to be bathed in luxurious and with the ability to be native, to purchase an area and to eat native, not caged off of some fancy vacationer but it surely’s part of the neighborhood and a part of the torar of the area. 

Nicely, that is precisely what you expertise in Portugal at their Six Senses luxurious retreat. And, I will be there for a particular occasion which you could learn up on at It is known as the Boundless Retreat. And, at, you possibly can see all the things we’re doing. On daily basis begins with a wholesome farmhouse breakfast, morning motion session with me, you get entry to a few totally different 60-minute spa therapies which you could select from all through the day, indoor pool and vitality suites, meditation, sound therapeutic, an alchemy bar with Kokodama and yogurts and pickles and sprouts workshops, retreat meals all created from regionally sourced natural produce, Q&As and sing-along periods with me. That is going to be an incredible exceptional as soon as in a lifetime expertise. You get 4 nights full board lodging in a deluxe room there on the facility. And, this factor, as you possibly can think about, goes to replenish quick. It is in Portugal on the Six Senses retreat in Portugal.

Once more, all the small print are at And, the dates are February twenty seventh by March third, 2023, February twenty seventh by March third, 2023. I hope to see you there.

Greater than ever lately, individuals such as you and me want a recent entertaining, well-informed, and sometimes outside-the-box method to discovering the well being, and happiness, and hope that all of us crave. So, I hope I have been in a position to do this for you on this episode right now. And, for those who preferred it or for those who love what I am as much as, then please go away me a evaluation in your most popular podcast listening channel wherever that may be and simply discover the Ben Greenfield Life episode. Say one thing good. Thanks a lot. It means so much.



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Our hyperlink and code for the Superhuman Protocol: (TBD as os 12/16)

Gary Brecka is Co-Founder and Chief Biologist of 10X Well being. He has over 20 years of expertise in biohacking and practical medication, and his ardour lies in customizing peak efficiency protocols for people to realize optimum well being. As an skilled on Serum Blood and Genetic Biomarkers, Gary optimizes human efficiency by vitamin, proof primarily based science, and progressive know-how comparable to oxygen, purple gentle, vitamins/dietary supplements, motion protocols and far, rather more.

Gary works with a hand-picked medical crew of Board-Licensed physicians (M.D.’s), PhD researchers, enterprise leaders, practical medication consultants, motivators and scientists, with one relentless mission: to uncover the most secure and quickest approach to optimize your thoughts, physique and spirit by trendy science. Gary’s early profession included work as a mortality-modeling skilled within the insurance coverage business, utilizing medical information and demographic knowledge to foretell mortality (how quickly somebody would die) to the month.  After promoting that firm, he wished to make the most of the knowledge he had gathered to assist individuals enhance their high quality of life.

Leaving this profession deepened Gary’s curiosity in blood chemistry and the longevity biomarkers present in human blood work. He then launched his obsessive and relentless pursuit of the way to enhance and lengthen life by optimizing these bio-markers. Merely put, Gary started a world-wide seek for the last word methods to optimize human life.  As a former aggressive triathlete and guide, Gary has labored with everybody from CEO’s, to skilled athletes from the UFC, NFL, Boxing and leisure industries, and his mission is to carry you science-based, analysis backed instruments to stay your finest life.  Gary has a BS in Biology from Frostburg State College and a  BS in Human Biology from Nationwide School of Chiropractic.

I lately had the chance to go to Gary at his dwelling in Miami and take a deep dive into his protocols and modalities. Put together for a wild experience into the thoughts of Gary Brecka on this present!

Throughout our dialogue, you will uncover:

-Gary’s use of the Egoscue stretching method…8:40

A brief Egoscue video outlining 4 excellent workouts for posture and power

-Gary’s morning stroll routine and the significance of connecting with nature…11:12

  • His barefoot stroll and “4 Nook Train” in a close-by park
    • At every nook of the park, Gary will do static workouts
      • Squats, planks, push-ups, and many others
      • Breaks up the stroll
    • Believes in the advantages of earthing and grounding
    • Takes off his shirt for the daylight
    • Contains breathwork through the stroll
  • Earth Runners
  • Erthe grounding straps
  • Would not let the climate intrude together with his routine
    • Believes that embracing uncomfortable climate helps decelerate growing old
    • Certainly one of Gary’s core beliefs is that growing old is the aggressive pursuit of consolation

-Why we sometimes do not permit ourselves to expertise stressors…13:55

  • We are likely to imagine stress is dangerous for the physique
    • If we do not load our bones, they do not strengthen
    • If we do not tear a muscle, it would not develop
    • If we do not problem the immune system, it would not strengthen
  • Lifting heavy and stressing the physique frequently will increase longevity

-Gary’s earlier work within the insurance coverage sector, Science and the Predictability of Mortality, and the way this led him to his curiosity in well being and longevity…15:30

  • Probabilistic Mortality Modelling
  • 5 years of medical information, and 5 years of demographic knowledge precisely signifies the size of a life
  • Many monetary merchandise are primarily based on how for much longer you are predicted to stay
    • Extraordinarily correct: insurance coverage firms have survive monetary crises

-The one sentence that defines Gary’s total profession…19:25

  • “The presence of oxygen is the absence of illness.”
    • Illness is discovered when there is no such thing as a blood oxygen
      • Most cancers and Sort II Diabetes each start in hypoxia
    • “Sitting is the brand new smoking” as a result of a sedentary life-style is the inspiration for hypoxia
  • The distinction between breathwork workouts that induce hypoxic states versus systemic hypoxia
    • Quick-term publicity to hypoxic situations can enhance oxygen transport
    • Poor methylation results in hypoxia
  • CVAC (Cyclic Variations in Adaptive Conditioning)

-How genes and their sub-alleles are in a position used to assist predict deficiencies…29:00

  • Methylation deficiency pathways are what result in deficiencies
  • Gary believes we should always complement for deficiencies, which promotes therapeutic
  • The foamy yellow substance (sludge) from processing human sewage that’s used to create B12 cyanide

-Is there a hyperlink between gentle publicity and hypoxia?…33:35

-Probably the most irritating factor about Gary’s earlier profession…38:11

  • He may see methods to assist enhance individuals’s well being however his fingers have been tied

-Vitamin D deficiency causes the identical signs as rheumatoid arthritis…40:05

  • Misdiagnoses (aside from heart problems) kills extra individuals than most cancers
  • Misdiagnosis the third main reason behind demise in America
  • Folks misdiagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis will want a joint substitute six years and someday from the time of the misdiagnosis
    • Reduces mobility and ambulation, which causes different situations

-Gary’s Tremendous Human Protocol…52:30

  • 10X Well being
  • Kineon (use code BENGREENFIELSFITNESS to save lots of 10%)
  • Joovv Go (use code BEN to save lots of $50)
  • The three issues we get from nature are Magnetism, Oxygen, and Gentle
  • Tremendous Human Protocol
    1. Magnetism from earthing and grounding
      • Utilizing a PEMF mat inflicting separation of purple blood cells
      • Alkalization is linked to polarization
      • Cells with comparable expenses will repel which decreases “clumping” (encourages blood oxygenation)
    2. Train with oxygen remedy (EWOT)
    3. Crimson Gentle Remedy
  • It is a full fallacy that we are able to get alkaline from ingesting alkaline water; we get alkaline by altering the cost of the physique by low Gauss present, by grounding, by earthing
  • Biohacking gear amplifies these protocols

-Gary’s collaboration with Grant Cardone, 10X Well being…54:30

  • Streamline Medical Group and 10X Well being
  • Grant Cardone
  • Making well being protocols accessible to everybody
  • Blood and genetic testing to search for deficiencies and imbalances
    • Custom-made well being plans
    • Promote therapeutic the pure means
  • StrateGene (use code BEN10 to save lots of 10% in your first order)
  • Recommends consuming fewer high-glycemic carbohydrates
    • The extra high-glycemic carbs you eat, the extra oxygen is required for digestion
      • The quantity of blood within the physique is mounted
      • We get to determine the place the blood goes
  • Kion Aminos
  • Methylene Blue:
  • Hydrogen water (use code GREENFIELD to save lots of 10%)

-Is it true which you could dissolve oxygen in water?…66:45

  • Kaqun water
  • Gary’s expertise of bathing in an oxygen tub
    • Regardless of his skepticism, all markers confirmed optimistic outcomes

-Gary’s favourite PEMF, EWOT (Train With Oxygen Coaching) and Gentle Applied sciences…71:05

-The Ozone I.V. and Carnosine Remedy that Ben did throughout this his go to with Gary…81:10

  • Promotes power and improves athletic efficiency
  • The good thing about lifting weights after the I.V. protocol

Particular Listener Q&A:

Q: How do you remedy Lengthy COVID?…83:36

Ben and Gary Advocate:

Q: High 5 suggestions for individuals on a finances…86:15

Ben and Gary Advocate:
  • Eat organ meats
  • Get chilly on a regular basis (chilly showers)
  • Get scorching on a regular basis (layer and go exterior or to the gymnasium)
  • 10,000 steps/day
  • Make one individual really feel seen and heard, as soon as a day
  • Wim Hoff methodology of breathwork
  • Publicity to first gentle of the day
  • Strolling on the earth barefoot – 35 to 45 minutes a day

Q: How do you utilize weight loss plan and vitamin to enhance temper, despair, and anxiousness?

Ben and Gary Advocate:
  • Fixing methylation will enhance your emotional state
    • Oxygen is a part of the molecular construction of sure moods and emotional states
      • Anger would not require oxygen
      • Happiness does require oxygen
  • Music, dancing, singing, daylight, and chilly

Q: What are your ideas on seed oils?

Ben and Gary Advocate:
  • Seed oils are horrible on your well being
    • Processed with neuro-toxins and in high-heat
    • Genetically modified
  • Andreas Wecker and his chilly expeller-pressed oils
  • Andreas Seed Oils

-And rather more…

Upcoming Occasions:

  • Six Senses Retreat: February 27, 2023 – March 3, 2023

Be part of me for my “Boundless Retreat” at Six Senses from February twenty seventh, 2023 to March third, 2023, the place you get to enhance in your practical health, vitamin, longevity, and the fragile stability between productiveness and wellness. Full with a wholesome farmhouse breakfast, yoga spa periods, and sound therapeutic, you discover ways to stay a boundless life similar to me, and I would like to see you there. Study extra right here.

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