Today I have the pleasure to share with you an interview with the famous neurosurgeon – Dr. Jack Kruse. I strongly believe that each one of us has a mission on Earth, and Dr. Kruse is a vivid example about a person who has found his mission, dedicated his life to it and using every day as an opportunity to be the master of his own fate and help others reveal the strength and health, that are actually intrinsic for all of us.
People like Dr. Kruse, change the world and people like him, who are brave enough to stand in front of the world and show the truth, deserve the attention of each one of us. That’s why I will ask you to take the time and listen to the interview. Then head off to his website and spend as much time as you can, reading, challenging your mind, your convictions and among his words, revealing the truth that will set you free of the slavery of disease, dissatisfaction and poor existence.
In today’s interview with the world famous neurosurgeon, biohacker and health expert Dr. Jack Kruse, you’re going to discover how:
-To improve your health through using cold thermogenesis;
-Why exercise and nutrition alone are not enough to improve your health and get in better shape;
-What is the cause of leptin resistance and why leptin is actually more important then insulin;
-How being disconnected from nature and being exposed to artificial EMFs is the surest way to gain more fat and get ill;
-How cold thermogenesis and a higher fat diet influence the health of women;
-Is it possible to cure teeth naturally and what is actually the cause of tooth decay;
-How fluoride affects us on cellular level;
-What are the two metabolic pathways and how they affect our carbs and fat intake throughout the year;
-Is Intermittent Fasting appropriate all year round or should we use it in winter
Resources Dr. Kruse and I discuss during this episode:
About Dr. Jack Kruse:
Dr. Jack Kruse has a free Biohacking 101 course and is a respected neurosurgeon and CEO of Optimized Life, a health and wellness company dedicated to helping patients avoid the healthcare burdens we typically encounter as we age. He is a member of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, the Congress of Neurologic Surgeons, and Age Management Medicine Group.
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