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Is This The Future of Healthcare?

Is This The Future Of Healthcare?


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27 thoughts on “Is This The Future of Healthcare?
  1. Hmm, just wondering about the very lean individuals that struggle to gain weight or eat/ingest calories like 12-15 times a day by snacking, soda or whatnot. They are so lean, yet sugar levels always leaving stable levels, but I wonder…is it because they don't overeat that they don't have issues with this? This is what I think personally would be amazing to see. If you control calories SPECIFICALLY in lean individuals under 8% to 15% body fat, do they still benefit from IF, low carb diets and such if they never eat more than maintenance calories?

  2. I fast about 18hrs a day plus a 24hr fast once a week & a 36hr fast once every couple weeks. My blood sugar always sits around 4.5 on the blood glucose / Keto monitor. If you had to choose one, What’s your #1 go to for nootropics for longevity?

  3. Great video once again! I asked this in last video’s comments too: what are your favorite supplements for muscle hypertrophy? Also, what are your opinions on Epicatechin & D-Ribose?

    Last question lol, I heard you take b12, what dosage do you recommend?

  4. But wait can’t Intermittent fasting and low carb diets raise fasting blood sugar and insulin levels after driving up gluconeogenesis with high cortisol as well as unleashing more free fatty acids in the blood that compete with glucose uptake?

  5. Lucas have you found any starches that are pro-libido? It seems that sweet potatoes actually increase my libido, but all other starches (rice, bread, potatoes) completely destroy my drive for more than a day. Apparently sweet potatoes have less starch and more sugar than regular potatoes, which might explain this

  6. Funny I was just looking into getting a CGM yesterday. Since D-Serine fd my fructose metabolism and I now get reactive hypoglycemia to all fructose sources in a dose dependent manner. Ageless Rx has the most reasonable pricing I've seen so far but I'll check your link out.

  7. What do you eat? You don't eat starch, but you eat carbs pretty sure. So are you on a meat and fruit diet (Peat) or are you mostly on the carnivore diet with occasional fruit?

  8. Ok
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    All The Facts First And All The New Facts Too For Truth Discernments And Good Common Sense. Each New Day Never The Less.

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