Dr. Josh Lamaro is an osteopath who promotes the idea of patients being “greater than the sum of their parts”. He has a clinic called Paleo Osteo in Bendigo and Torquay, Victoria in Australia. He advocates the idea of proper lifestyle changes as one of the foundations of living a healthy life. He also believes in treating the patient as a whole rather than the sum of their parts.
In part 2 of our interview, Josh tells us his thoughts on smartphone society, its negative effects in the various systems running inside our body, as well as touch on the subject of mitochondrial health and how we can improve it.
“Consider the things costing energy from your body to get by: waking up to your alarm clock, sitting in traffic, working with people you don’t like, etc. Make sure your energy input matches the output or exceeds the output so you’re in a state of chronic progression instead of regression.” Dr. Josh Lamaro
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- Certain diseases aren’t really hereditary despite what most doctors tell you. Some of them are caused by epigenetics or changes in the genetic expression and not its code.
- Constant smart phone exposure might be an underlying cause of epigenetics.
- Phone use or if your phone is constantly near your head might trigger biological processes that result to hunger.
- Baby monitors and the frequencies they emit might not be good for infants due to their skull has yet to be fully developed.
- Reversion to glycolysis is the main driver of oncogenesis or cancer cell growth.
- Light can be a therapy or a drug.
- A few tips on how to ensure mitochondrial health and thyroid function is optimal.
- Research papers may be biased. It’s better to trust a practitioner who has experience treating hundreds to thousands of patients than what a research paper tells you.
- The practitioner community is better than the research community specially when politics are involved.
- Mitochondrial health is paramount in terms of us staying human.
- Anytime you see some dysfunction in your system means your mitochondria is struggling.
- Delete the things costing us energy before we start to add anything.
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Mentioned in this Episode:
- Studies by Nora D. Volkow titled Effects of Cell Phone Radiofrequency Signal Exposure on Brain Glucose Metabolism and Effects of Low-Field Magnetic Stimulation on Brain Glucose Metabolism
- The Warburg Effect
- The Seven Countries Study by Ancel Keys
- Calories Proper blog by Bill Lagakos
- PubMed Search Link for Photobiomodulation and LLLT
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