Dr. Jack Kruse is a quantum clinician who took health medicine beyond nutrition and exercise and dove deep on the mitochondrial level. He believes seasonal dieting as well as other primal ways of living are key to optimum health.
Today, Jack tells us why the liver is the gateway to health, his thoughts on chronic sleep deprivation, blue light exposure, and how they relate to celebrity deaths, and why he says the human body will need less food if you’re closer to nature.
“When you have a consensus viewpoint, that’s really not science; it’s religion.” Dr. Jack Kruse
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- UV light is now being looked at for Cancer treatment
- The liver plays a huge role in how the brain works with light.
- Adiponectin is the 180 degree opposite leptin. If you’re leptin resistant your adiponectin is low.
- When People lose the ability to recycle DHA both on long and short loops, it destroys sleep and it destroys the central retinal pathway, the exact pathway that controls all growth and metabolic pathways in the body.
- Most musicians die due to sleep issues, neurodegeneration, and heart ailments caused by excessive blue light exposure and chronic lack of sleep.
- Taking melatonin can actually ruin your retina during the day.
- Altered light spectrums are the key things driving most Neolithic diseases.
- Being leptin resistant makes exercise a bad thing because your mitochondrial health is poor.
- Your body will need less food if you’re connected to the ground more often as well as when your skin and eyes are connected or exposed to the solar spectrum.
- Your body is technically built with wireless antennas. The more disconnected you are the more food you need.
- When you know what the problem is, it makes you a better biohacker when it comes to mitigating your risk.
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Mentioned in this episode
- Epi-Paleo Rx: The Prescription for Disease Reversal and Optimal Health book by Dr. Jack Kruse
- The Quantlet
- Doug Wallace
- Kevin’s blog on Cold Thermogenesis
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