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The first supplement I want to talk about is berberine. This is one compound classified as alkaloids. It is normally extracted from the roots, bark, or stems of shrubs called berberis. Berberine promotes glucose uptake to the cells by activating AMPK or Adenosine Monophosphate Kinase. This enzyme is used in the cellular energy system.

What makes berberine so great is that it works on multiple different metabolic mechanisms. For one, it decreases insulin resistance. It increases glycolysis which helps break down sugar within the cells. It decreases sugar production in the liver. And it slows the breakdown of carbohydrates in the gut which means slower absorption of glucose.

Depending on your size you should aim for 1-2 grams of berberine daily. Most studies done on berberine showing significant results, patients were given at least 1 gram of berberine per day. This alkaloid is said to work as well as some pharmaceutical drugs and is obviously a much safer route to go.

The main mineral I want to focus on is chromium. Chromium plays an essential role in regulating blood glucose because it assists in enhancing the function of insulin. Chromium, like berberine activates AMPK which regulates metabolism. There are numerous studies concluding that chromium promotes insulin sensitivity. You should take about 60 mcg per day. That is roughly half the recommended daily intake. This should be a no-brainer supplement for your diabetic defense arsenal. It is also very inexpensive.

And yes, I didn’t forget about cinnamon. This is probably the most well-known supplement for combating insulin resistance. But there are still many people that don’t know about ceylon cinnamon. This is considered the “true” cinnamon even though it is not the common form found in grocery stores. That would be cinnamon cassia. The cassia species is a low quality cinnamon that is very high in coumarin which can lead to liver toxicity. Ceylon on the other hand is a high quality and highly prized spice.

Cinnamon has been shown time after time to have anti-diabetic and blood sugar controlling effects. This is thanks in part to a compound it contains called cinnamtannin b1 which exhibits insulin like biological activities and antioxidant properties. The main rule of thumb with cinnamon is to find the ceylon type and shoot for 300 mg per day with meals. Preferably split it up into 3 100 mg doses throughout the day.

Finally, I will touch on the fat soluble vitamins that promote insulin sensitivity. These would be vitamins A,D, and K2. Vitamin A increases the activity of insulin receptors within cells. Cells within the pancreas called beta cells are responsible for creating insulin. They happen to have a large quantity of cell surface receptors for vitamin A. There is an undeniable correlation between diabetes and vitamin A deficiency.

Vitamin D and K2 work to improve calcium metabolism. This is important imbalances of calcium is correlated with insulin resistance and abnormal beta cell functioning. It’s best to get vitamin A from animal products but if you choose a supplement, go with the retinol form for better bioavailability.

The vitamin D and K2 supplement I personally take is right here. They work synergistically, so take them together if you can. I always prefer liposomal sprays for absorption over the pills. Since these are fat soluble they will store up in your body so be aware of how much you are consuming. Don’t megadose these vitamins for more than one or two days. It’s usually safest just to follow the recommended serving on the label.

With a solid regimen of consistently taking the berberine, chromium, and ceylon cinnamon. And making sure your aren’t deficient in the fat soluble vitamins. Your chances of reversing insulin resistance are astronomically better. Not only will your blood glucose levels be better regulated but things like metabolism and cardiovascular health are also going to be improved. Wouldn’t it be nice to enjoy sweets again, and not have to worry about it costing you a foot?

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The kinds of frequencies coming out of these boxes are going to be in the 20-40 GHz range. That is not just a step up in intensity, that is an exponentially massive step up from 4G. Essentially every city is going to be a hotbox of electrosmog. And it’s only going to get worse. Plans are already in the works to further this technology and push it up into the 60-90 GHz range. To put these numbers in perspective, the US military developed a weapon called the Active Denial System which was an direct-energy weapon that fires a high powered beam of 95 GHz towards an individual. It is intended as a non lethal weapon but so are tasers.

Regardless of how bad you think this will get, it’s never a bad idea to prepare your body for increased exposure to radiation. Diet is obviously the first thing you should be modifying, but this is a supplement channel so I will leave that for others to discuss. Here are the first supplements you should be looking for.

Potassium Iodide. I have covered this compound in previous videos so check that out too if you’d like. But when it comes to radiation of any kind, the thyroid is the most susceptible and most important gland in protection. The thyroid ensures programmed cell death of damaged and diseased cells. Cancer cells shrink when given iodine. It also helps to remove heavy metals and has a protective effect on brain tissue.

It is always important to be sure not to overdose on iodine. I would stick to the recommended amounts but be consistent with it as it’s sometimes hard to retain iodine with all the exposure we have to the other halogens that can push it out. It’s also very helpful to take it with magnesium, vitamin C, and selenium for better bioavailability.

Next up is spirulina. This provides cell protection and proper bone marrow functioning including production of red blood cells which are destroyed by EMF radiation. Be sure to take the recommended serving size consistently here as well. I would take the powder form as it’s easier to get a large amount in quickly. I don’t enjoy the taste so mixing it into a drink is just not my thing. If you are like me, try throwing the scoop of powder in your mouth and quickly washing it down with a drink of orange juice. That’s the quick and painless way.

I already kind of mentioned selenium with the iodine stack. Selenium is so important because it protects your DNA from radiation damage. Add in the fact that it helps to better utilize iodine, and you have a must-need mineral in selenium for EMF radiation.

Mineral intake in general is vitally important when exposed to radiation, electrolytes especially. You far more likely to lose these nutrients because of radiation. So if you are already concerned that you may be low in potassium, magnesium, and calcium, be sure to supplement accordingly. Also check out my videos on electrolytes for great food options as well. EMF radiation actually removes the protective calcium coating from the outside of cells which leads to losses of all these minerals.

Finally I want to mention supplements with high antioxidant content. You may already know of some great ones and if you are currently taking some, keep doing so. These are supplements like curcumin, alpha-lipoic acid, green tea, vitamins c and e, and astaxanthin. I’m not a major fan personally of these as many can lower testosterone levels. But if you know that you have had major exposure to radiation, then by all means go nuts. The vitamins are obviously of no threat to T levels but the others are questionable at best. I would prefer to just eat a high antioxidant content diet.

So there you have it. When it really comes down to it, you need to look out for your own health. Communication companies aren’t going to stop their quest for more economic growth and certainly aren’t going to admit that they are doing any harm to people’s health. Don’t sit around and let your body deteriorate. Get protected now! Thanks for watching.

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CBD Oil… Where to begin? This compound has been all the rage lately and seems to be headed for the supplement hall of fame already, if there were one. I will be answering many common questions about this highly polarizing compound and hopefully help you in deciding whether its worth consuming and what to look for in a product. Is it a legitimate powerhouse remedy or just another over-hyped fad?

CBD stands for cannabidiol. It is just one of many cannabinoids that derive from a cannabis plant. THC would be another one, and that gives the psychoactive effects of a high. CBD does not and since most products are extracts of hemp, there is usually no THC that comes along with it. It seems like most skeptics have finally come around to the fact that CBD products don’t get you high or addicted. So now that we’re past that, let's move on to the good stuff.

CBD cures all and is responsible for all that is right in the world. Haha, well maybe we are getting a little ahead of ourselves during this craze. CBD does have some real good evidence for treating epilepsy though. There is no debate there. But the pain management and anxiety uses are still very unexplored as far as the scientific world is concerned.

Now I know that every story has a sliver of truth to it, so I’m not pretending like all claims are false until the established medical authority has graced us with their seal of approval. And it’s not really the question of whether CBD can relieve these symptoms (because I believe it does) but it's things like dosing and administration of the remedy that are far from being determined yet. Also CBD does not cure these conditions. Which means you’d essentially have to take it forever if you aren't trying to fix the root problem.

I’ve seen recommended doses ranging from 1 mg to 500 mg per day. Nobody has a clue. There is still so much yet to be studied before we know the most effective CBD treatments for anxiety and pain. So I will give you the best available information at the moment. I’m sure I will receive a message 5 years from now about how wrong this information is, lol but whatever.

It is said to follow the dosing of 1-6 mg per 10lbs of body weight. That 1-6 mg range is dependant on the severity of the condition you are trying to treat. Anxiety is on the low end. Most people would need anywhere from 10-40 mg of CBD per day. Pain would have a much wider variation as we all know it does. There seems to be no side effects to mega dosing CBD so it really comes down to finding the right dose for your own pain level. It would also come down to how much money you are willing to spend, I guess.

Remember that CBD is in the spotlight right now. So many shady people want to take advantage of naive consumers. It’s going to turn into a big money grab eventually. There will be many products out there that contain no CBD. Only buy brands you know you can trust.

When you are out shopping for your product be aware that there are Hemp Oil products that don’t contain any significant CBD. Your safest bet is to always see a listing for CBD on the label. That way you can also know how you are dosing it. But some products will also use the term hemp extract. This means you probably are getting some CBD but hard to know exactly how much.

Liquid extracts are also generally more bioavailable than pills. I always prefer alcohol based tinctures over the glycerine based as glycerine can form a coat over your teeth and inhibit remineralization. It’s not a big deal once in a while but constant glycerine contact day after day could spell trouble.

CBD has and will continue to help many people manage their ailments but just remember it is only a temporary reliever not a miracle cure to everything. I hope this was helpful to you. Hit one of those buttons, hopefully the like and the subscription ones. And stay healthy everyone.

Nootropics have become a highly popular subject in the health community lately. And it’s not too surprising I guess considering the rise in dementia conditions in the US. We also had that popular movie “Limitless.” And we are all in a very fast paced rat race looking to get ahead, so we will seek out any advantages we can.

But the nootropic realm is filled with numerous different drugs and supplements. And frankly, there just hasn’t been enough time to compile great evidence on most of them yet. Many of them are unproven or don’t present long enough track records to show they are safe. But don’t get discouraged, I am going to give you one sure fire nootropic supplement that has the backing it needs. Phosphatidylserine.

Roughly 50% of PS in your body can be found in the brain tissue. This phospholipid plays a role in cell membranes. It can affect important signaling pathways for cell survival and communication. Because of its importance in brain function, Phosphatidylserine has become a well researched nootropic over the years.

Research has shown time after time that phosphatidylserine improves cognitive function, working memory, processing accuracy, processing speed, and general memory attention. Not to mention that PS is also known for reducing fatigue, stress, ADHD symptoms, and cognitive decline. There have even been great results shown for reducing symptoms of various dementias.

There are many reasons why PS is able to do this. For one, it enhances brain glucose metabolism thereby increasing the fuel for brain activity. It also increases acetylcholine production that is necessary for memory and learning. Add in the fact that it stimulates the release of dopamine while reducing cortisol levels, and now you are in a better state to think and learn.

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Now to get the most effective dose of PS, you have to supplement it. The dosage used in many studies ranges from 300 mg to 800 mg per day. I would stick to the lower end of the range as it becomes quite expensive otherwise. The 800 mg seems to be used for those people doing weight training and looking for better recovery and progression. And finally, this should be taken on an empty stomach for best absorption.

Most of the supplements are going to come from soybean or soy lecithin. Many people don’t like to consume soy or can’t because of allergies to it. I avoid soy as much as possible, but in this case it’s fine. What harm the small amount of soy could do to you is completely nullified by what the PS is doing for you. Now if you are allergic or just want the alternative there is sunflower based PS too. It’s just a bit more expensive and a little harder to find.

So that’s the rundown on PS. It is one of my favorite supplements and I hope it can be of service to you and your health. Hit the like button if you enjoyed the video. You can also follow me on facebook. Stay well everyone!

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The first nutrient is iodine. Iodine deficiency affects more than 2.2 billion people worldwide. There are a couple of reasons why it has gotten so bad. Until recently, about 25% of the iodine in the diet was from wheat, because iodine was used in the processing of flour. Now most of it is processed with bromide. What makes it even worse is that bromide inhibits the activity of iodine already in your body. The same goes for the other halogens flouride and chlorine, which are both in our water supply. From 1971 to 2011 iodine intakes in the US dropped by 50%.

Iodine plays a key role in the production of thyroid hormones. Every cell in the body depends on these hormones for regulation of their metabolism. Increased thyroid hormone levels stimulate fat mobilization and almost all aspects of carbohydrate metabolism.

Like in my previous video on sodium, I recommend a good iodized sea salt. There aren’t many foods that naturally contain iodine. As far as supplements go, nascent iodine is the most bioavailable form. But there is controversy about this free form iodide actually remaining a singular atom by the time you take it. You may just be paying big bucks for a “nascent iodine” that’s actually potassium or sodium iodide. I use the potassium iodide product pictured here.

Next up is vitamin D. About half of all Americans are deficient in vitamin D. This is a lot like iodine in the fact that we don’t usually get much from the diet. Sunshine is the best source and that’s just not reliable to many people geographically.

Vitamin D helps the body absorb weight loss nutrients while also optimizing the efficiency of our metabolism. On top of that, when vitamin D is low, hormones signal for more fat storage.

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Welcome to the second part of my series on electrolytes. Electrolytes are minerals in your body that have an electric charge. They are needed for a variety of functions for your muscles, nerves, and pH and fluid balance. In the first video I covered potassium and its relationship to sodium. So I figured it would be best to talk about the “big bad” sodium next. I would have to say that sodium is probably one of the top 5 most demonized nutrients, right up there with things like sugar, saturated fats, and cholesterol. So this should be a pretty fun topic to discuss. I will go over why sodium is so important for our health and how it’s gotten such a bad reputation lately. I will also go over the differences between all the different kinds of salts like table salt, sea salt, himalayan salt, etc.

Now a lot of times sodium is referred to as salt and visa versa. And that’s because salt is mainly composed of sodium and chloride. So even though we realize there are other elements to salt than just sodium, we can generally link the two terms as similar things.
Salt was a highly valued currency in ancient times. Yes, that’s right. It wasn’t only a commodity back then, many times it was the actual currency. Wars were fought over it. The Latin word salarium meant “salt money.” See the connection. That is how important this substance was to everyone at that time. Now I know some of you may be thinking, “well of course, they didn’t have refrigerators back then to keep food from spoiling.” And while that is a good point and salt was their preservation mechanism, there were still many other reasons for salt being such a big deal. Like staying hydrated for one.

Sodium affects the fluid balance all throughout our body. Mainly regulating blood volume. It is just as essential for life as breathing oxygen is. Recent research has also suggested that eating salt can reduce the risk of infection and kill harmful bacteria. This is due to it boosting classical macrophage activation...

98% of Americans don't get enough daily potassium. This is a big problem considering how high the sodium intake for most Americans is. There is a proper ratio of needed electrolytes and when that ratio is off balance things like hypertension, stroke, and osteoporosis are much more likely to appear.

This video will discuss the easily fixable problem and address potassium supplements. I will give you ideas for foods to add into your diet and make them a part of your core group of foods. Things like potatoes, coconut water, spinach, beef, etc.

This information should help 98% of people and it's so easy to do.

This is your simple and fast cheat sheet to immune boosting supplement shopping. I go over many of the most popular supplements for the immune system including oregano oil, colloidal silver, vitamin D3, vitamin C, olive leaf extract, mushrooms, probiotics, prebiotics like larch tree aribinogalactin.

I let you know what you should look for and what to not waste your money on. Don't spend hours of your day researching the best products when it's all right here.

These are the products I personally own and would use myself if sick:

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This is the cropped version of one of my old videos on Testosterone. This is the main part and the good stuff. If you are shopping around for the best testosterone boosters and not sure what actually works and what's just snake oil, this is your quick guide.

If you've been searching and trying out numerous joint formulas and products, search no more. I am going over the most potent and effective supplements for joint pain in this video.

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I touch on the multitude of joint supplements on the market today. With so many it's hard to try them all and know what is actually working for you. Some are good like curcumin, turmeric, tart cherry, boswellia, glucosamine, chondroitin, and MSM. But I cover the powerhouse remedies in this video like hyaluronic acid, celadrin, and type 2 collagen.

For people with osteoarthritis especially, you should notice major relief with just a few of these things. Since it is a degenerative condition, something like hyaluronic acid can deplete over time. It plays a role in the synovial membrane which is what coats articulating bones and the synovial fluids is what provides that shock absorbent around joints.

All of these remedies are naturally anti-inflammatory and have no side effects. They are well tolerated by most everyone. And the great thing is that they are fast acting too.

There are many so called "testosterone boosters" out there on the market and many people make some very outrageous claims. These products I mention in this video are plain and simply just proven testosterone supporters. They are natural so you don't need to worry about potential side effects like testosterone replacement therapy carries. Or any of those awful oral steroids.

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I just give you my three favorite supplements and go through how they work and why I take them. I go over coleus forskohlii (forskolin), l-carnitine tartrate, and ashwagandha. There are many more great things to take like a multi mineral for example. Boron, magnesium, calcium, zinc, etc. are all crucial to optimal hormones.

I think many times people are just looking for the magic bullet and they get conned into garbage and may even hurt themselves. I just wanted to give an honest review on three great supplements to start with on your journey to feeling youthful once again.

I answer three commonly asked questions in this video about protein powders for those losing muscle mass and anti aging purposes. Also, about the best coQ10 choices. And finally, the best b-vitamin complexes.

The purpose of this video is to give you the real inside information about these products and to equip you with the knowledge to make purchases that are worth your money. Understanding all the minor differences in supplements can be a daunting task for those just wanting quality products.

I go over the differences of protein powders and how to spot cheap quality like those that spike their proteins with amino acids. I also let you know if ubiquinol is worth the money. And one easy trick to quickly spot a high quality b-complex supplement. These are not absolutes, there are always some unique exceptions but following the advice I share here will generally give you an advantage over the brilliant marketing charades these brands use to fool you.

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The king of adaptogens! This is my official ashwagandha review. Ashwagandha is just a bundle of benefits and really no known side effects. If you are looking to improve your adrenal health and have good clean sustained energy then this herb may be the one you are searching for.

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If you prefer capsules over all other forms then the KSM-66 product I linked is what you want.

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I go over the very best attributes of this herb and what to look for in buying an ashwagandha supplement. KSM-66 or liquid extracts should be the only options you weigh. I really hope this video can help you decide if ashwagandha something you'd benefit from and guide you to the right one.

A scientist from MIT named Richard Wurtman discovered that the most effective dosage of melatonin for insomnia was roughly between 300 mcg and 800 mcg. Or in more common units .3 mg to .8 mg. In 1995 he was able to patent the dosage. Yeah, seems super sketchy to be able to even do that, right? He actually got the patent to cover anything less than 1 mg.

Let me just quickly go into how melatonin works. It is a hormone that is naturally secreted by the pineal gland at night. It’s actually darkness that induces it. It affects many circadian and seasonal rhythms and even has an affect on our body temperature regarding to day vs. night. Just that alone should warn you that messing with exogenous melatonin could be risky.

There are tons of potential side effects from taking too much melatonin over a long period of time. Some of these include hypothermia, headaches, depression, stomach cramps, irritability, and grogginess.

Too much melatonin has been shown to stimulate the overproduction of prolactin. That hormone is actually supposed to regulate the body’s balance of many different hormones. Not to mention it’s what stimulates breast production and lactation in women.

Better options include the 500 mcg melatonin product and glycine. Bone broth and beef gelatin can also do the trick.

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These are the best supplements out there today for promoting a healthy heart.
Do you just want to lower your cholesterol or do you want a healthy heart? I share the best way to use supplements in protecting your heart. I identify the benefits of coq10, magnesium, ribose, and l-carnitine for your heart health. I hope this helps you in choosing the right products in your quest to be healthy.

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I talk about how the pharmaceutical industry operates, it's corruption, and just how powerful they are. Luckily there are physicians speaking out against the industry and more and more evidence is being brought forward against the medical mafia.

“Deadly Medicines and Organized Crime: How Big Pharma Has Corrupted Healthcare.” By Peter C Gøtzsche

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It’s not a crazy thought to consider antidepressants as a tool for enslavement and control. In fact, if you dig deep enough, you almost certainly cannot deny it. All psychoactive drugs, including antidepressants, are known to blunt our emotional responses to some extent.

When you walk into a doctor’s office these days, you’re more likely to be prescribed an antidepressant medication than any other drug. This uptick of prescribing habits is driven by the “chemical imbalance” theory, which antidepressants aim to fix. This is that classical broken logic the medical industry uses to brainwash people into taking more medications.

The industry of randomized trials of antidepressants has generated over the years a long chain of practices and design "standards" that aims to maximize the chances of showing larger benefits from given drugs. There is very selective reporting in studies.

According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), antidepressants can cause suicidal thoughts and behavior, worsening depression, anxiety, panic attacks, insomnia, irritability, hostility, impulsivity, aggression, psychotic episodes and violence. Physical side effects occur too and include abnormal bleeding, birth defects, heart attack, seizures and sudden death. Over one hundred and seventy drug regulatory warnings and studies have been issued on antidepressants.

So are there better ways to treat depression, of course there are. There are natural remedies that have been used for centuries. Lithium orotate, St. John's Wort, 5-HTP, and SAMe just to name a few.

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Quick disclaimer here, many of these natural supplements should not be mixed with prescription drugs, especially with the anti-depressants. And if you are currently on an antidepressant, you should not quit cold turkey. Please get professional help to come off of your medications before trying any of these natural treatments.

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Breggin, Peter. Your Drug May Be Your Problem. 1999

I talk about how the pharmaceutical industry operates, it's corruption, and just how powerful they are. Luckily there are physicians speaking out against the industry and more and more evidence is being brought forward against the medical mafia.

“Deadly Medicines and Organized Crime: How Big Pharma Has Corrupted Healthcare.” By Peter C Gøtzsche

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I answer three commonly asked questions in this video about protein powders for those losing muscle mass and anti aging purposes. Also, about the best coQ10 choices. And finally, the best b-vitamin complexes.

The purpose of this video is to give you the real inside information about these products and to equip you with the knowledge to make purchases that are worth your money. Understanding all the minor differences in supplements can be a daunting task for those just wanting quality products.

I go over the differences of protein powders and how to spot cheap quality like those that spike their proteins with amino acids. I also let you know if ubiquinol is worth the money. And one easy trick to quickly spot a high quality b-complex supplement. These are not absolutes, there are always some unique exceptions but following the advice I share here will generally give you an advantage over the brilliant marketing charades these brands use to fool you.

My video on coQ10 and other heart healthy supplements
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