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In fact we evolved biologically to live with the stress that is essential for us. Like regurgitation power, immunoradiation, so is heavy metal. We evolved in a world that was full of these toxins. But beyond [Inaudible ], when the industry started for instance pumping in chemicals that go beyond any biological stressor to which we evolved at all, we are damaged and we are damaged severely. So when I talk in my book, 'The 7 Principles of Stress,' I provide people actually the guide for the first time how to find, how to navigate, and how to find the exact threshold that benefits you.

Benefits you is literally far and beyond. And there are stressors- I just want to finish this question with this statement. There are stressors everywhere in the environment, in our physical, nutritional.

In fact, nutritional stressors are the key. We need to understand what nutritional stress does to our body. It's the most important factor. And even more so there are certain kind of nutrients that mimic the effect of stress.

In fact they mimic the effect of exercise on your body. This is an incredible phenomenon. This nutrient basically fell under the radar. There's a reason I believe- the reason I know why they fell under the radar, yet these nutrients today are more important to your survival and biological fitness than vitamins and antioxidants and all the FDA that you hear about.

Shawn Stevenson: This is fascinating stuff already, and we're going to dive in and talk about this nutritional stress and that component, and I think it's really going to enlighten a lot of folks, but I want to just take a step back really quickly. You kind of- what I thought about when I was reading your book, is that stress is kind of like- there's like a bell shaped curve, and there's a sweet spot for stress for us to be, and a lot of us, we're kind of on one side or the other. And sometimes we're on both sides in certain areas, and there's a healthy amount of stress that we all need that many of us are not accessing, and that's what your book was so fantastic about kind of highlighting for us.

And so you already mentioned one of the stress principles and looking at this kind of sweet spot, but there's another one that you mentioned says, 'Maximum resiliency to stress requires combined nutritional and physical stress. Nutritional and physical stress.

So I want to talk about each of those, alright? Let's start with the physical stress first. Let's jump to that side. Ori Hofmekler: Physical stress is very obvious. We already know that exercise benefits us.

We know that people who exercise regularly are generally more resilient to disease and they age slower than sedentary people who do not exercise. In fact, we don't even need to know so much. The visual of it is clear.

People who are trained well, they look leaner, they look stronger, they look better, and they have better energy than sedentary people. So that is very obvious. The science behind it goes far and beyond the timeframe that we thought, but biologically what happens, when you put your body under mechanical or oxidative stress, you trigger a system that's called a stress response system that compensates you for the hardship with multiplied action that improves the active organ.

In this case, the muscle, the cardiovascular system, et cetera. But we have to understand that behind this, there is one factor which is over-ruling, and that factor is energy. We were trained to believe that we need energy for life. This is true, but ironically biologically it is the depletion of energy that triggers us to adapt and improve. It is the depletion of energy doing exercise, the wear and tear and breakdown of your muscle tissue that puts your body in a survival mode, triggers your stress response to adapt and improve.

This depletion of energy brings us now back or down to the most important stressor, which is nutritional stress. We know that we need to eat to get nutrients and energy to survive. What the vast majority of us don't know that it's the depletion of energy not eating, fasting, that triggers our stress response system to improve us, by all means improve us. I got in my book through all the details and research what kind of genes are activated?

What kind of cellular factors are activated? What transcription factors are activated? But one thing is clear. When you reach a point that you even deplete your glycogen which is really an extreme state, or big state of energy depletion, the compensating actions of your body are so powerful that you start to wake up dormant stem cells to regenerate new cells in your brain. Something that until two decades ago scientists were not aware of. Ori Hofmekler: This is an incredible process.

Your body activates a system, it's called the heat shock protein response. They search and destroy, Shawn, every weak and sick cell in your body. Cancer cells that everybody has can be destroyed when you are in a state of energy depletion and full survival. This is a process called autophagocytosis when cells are being renovated within the inside. Every broken [Inaudible ] and weak and broken cells are totally being destroyed to be rejuvenated.

So think about it, you have this awesome mechanism and a state of energy depletion whether it's exercise, or fasting, or combined both which give you even stronger impact. This awesome system activates a certain kind of protein that percolates in your system to keep regenerating you and make you better than before. Not just protecting you from getting older and weaker, actually regenerating you to keep you better than when you were even younger. It's an incredible system. There's only one problem, Shawn.

Most people have deactivated it all. Ori Hofmekler: You should be activating- we evolved to activate the system, Shawn, in my opinion at least half of the day. At least six to eight hours a day, humans evolved to be hungry. They didn't have access to food, they were engaging in fight or flight activity, and yet compensated at least once a day, some people say every other day.

The concept is called intermittent fasting. This granted us that most of the time, all these compounds that rejuvenate your system and in fact reprogram even your fat cells to generate energy rather than to store.

Breakdown rather than store. It's again an incredible system. Think that most people shut it down, shut it down by frequent meals. They start to shove energy in the big American breakfast. Then they have a power lunch, a snack here, and before they even know, they go to the health food store to buy another nice snack with some sugar inside, and at the end of the day they check themselves on their weight, or in the morning after. They don't lose weight, they don't get better. Shawn, you're going to the gym, you look to be in good shape.

Honestly, when you look at people in the gym, do they really look like they're getting better? Most people look the same. Shawn Stevenson: Yeah for years. Ori Hofmekler: I've been going to the gym and I'm just asking myself, 'What the hell is going on? Why people are not improving? They don't know how to metabolically challenge the body, signal it to adapt, improve, and excel. Shawn Stevenson: You know, the term 'intermittent fasting'- and this is just so awesome right here. A lot of people listening- everybody listening right now, if you've heard that term, Ori is the guy who really helped to push this into culture in a way that's very practical in taking some of the science and bringing it into the forefront.

So you actually get to hear from the guy. And one of the fascinating things that you mentioned, stem cells, holy moly.

So we're talking stem cells- and we've done a show talking about this, and the various types of stem cells that there are; pluripotent, multipotent, adult stem cells. But to trigger the function or activation of stem cells, stem cells can become any cell your body needs, and you can trigger your body to do this process with some intermittent fasting, with some strategic controlled nutritional stress, right? And also a couple of other things I wanted to mention too.

Brain derived neurotropic factor. Ori Hofmekler: Great. Shawn Stevenson: You know you see an uptick in that as well, you know? Ori Hofmekler: Very good, yes. Shawn Stevenson: So we're talking about protecting your brain, keeping your brain younger.

And by the way, when we talked first off about the physical stress, again everybody knows about this at this point, but not to the degree. Like you engaging in exercise, the right kind of exercise, again on that bell shaped curve, not running yourself into the ground. You get all of these anabolic benefits.

And one of those that is kind of overlooked, like muscle tissue itself is a really interesting tissue in the body. It can actually store what we consider to be these kind of antiaging hormones. Like it's kind of like a reservoir you're building up. This is why people who build muscle tend to stay younger longer, alright? And it's just one of the things, Ori.

Ori Hofmekler: You're touching on something very interesting and very important. It's the question of what does it mean, muscular development? Why the hell are we working out so hard? What is the main goal? Well for most people, 'I want to look good, I want to look muscular, I want to be lean. However, how many of us are really interested in the quality of the muscle that we build? The quality of the muscle fiber, at least amongst scientists, is the key for our biological fitness. Look at yourself.

You don't look to me overgrown, you look to me right at pretty much lean and fit. But most likely people who look like you also are biology people. Let me explain. If your goal is basically just to score, or to build a strong big muscle, oversized muscle, you generally build a muscle that can really score extremely strong and big.

It's called a Type 2B fast muscle primarily. However, this muscle is very limited in its fueling capacity. Now this is a big limitation. If your muscle is not good, can only utilize car fuel, they're called glycolipids, fast muscle.

If these are only good in utilizing sugar for energy, and not good in utilizing fat for energy, your whole body suffers a serious default because one of the basic rules of organism or mammal or animal improving, including human, is the ability to utilize fat as a fuel. The ability to utilize fat for energy rather than slow lipids back to the organ.

In fact accumulation of lipids in the organ, especially the liver and muscle, is a sign of degradation and degeneration. It's a sign that a person is basically prone to metabolic syndrome if they're already not suffering from that. So when you eat, for instance, the steak with marble, the marble steak is not coming from a healthy animal. Wild animals don't have marbled meat. In fact, they're very lean. The point is, sorry for the comparison, fitness today is not defined. People do not understand the real goal or they don't want to hear about it.

But in my book, I clearly show that like with all animals, our fitness goals should be very clear. Better survivability, building a body with muscle, with maximum capacity to utilize fat fuel, not just carbs. There is a certain type of fiber that you want to develop and there's a way to do that nutritionally and physically, it's called the Type 2X. The Type 2X which is a super muscle fiber, it's a fast fiber which is not the typical body builder, it's not the type to be.

But it is extremely efficient in utilizing both carb and fat fuel.

It programs your body now to be more efficient in utilizing fat, sustaining yourself lean, and resisting aging as you go by. So it's coming down to the last question. So what exactly are we doing?

Are we going to the gym just to pump the muscle, do the bench press, and check the size of the muscle?

Or are we going in order to improve our whole biological fitness? So ten years from now we will look younger, and better, and perform even better than we are now. This is the key question. I offer in my book new parameters for human fitness. Simple protocol that you can be an outlet or you can be a fitness enthusiast but adapt the new vision that you just want to build yourself to be a superior you. Ori Hofmekler: Not for now, not to go in the Olympics, but to be in the peak biological shape that you can be.

Shawn Stevenson: Oh I love it so much, Ori. So let's kind of break this down for folks with intermittent fasting. What does this actually look like in a practical sense? You know, a lot of people have heard the term, we've talked about it on the show, and I'll put an episode link in the show notes, guys, where we kind of dove in and broke this down, and my own practice for a pretty long time now. But in general, you know we hear the term 'break fast,' right?

Breakfast, and you're breaking your overnight fast. That's already giving you a part of this fasting window if you're sleeping. Hopefully you're sleeping. You know, everybody should know I wrote a book called 'Sleep Smarter.

But if you can extend that window, you start to get some of these benefits he's talking about. So can you break down what intermittent fasting looks like in a practical sense for people to do if they feel called to? Ori Hofmekler: In my opinion, and I've tried to prove it, the best intermittent fasting should be based on one meal a day.

Quite honestly, I tried to also prove that we should eat at night. That means supper was always the main meal of humans. I'm not Christian but even Jesus said his last supper. He didn't have his last breakfast, because breakfast did not exist at that time. In the Bible it's called [Inaudible ]. That means that maybe it was stuff in that humans used to- and if you look at King David when he was a kid and before he just fought Goliath, so he's dead, he shot him.

Sent him with some food to his brother who was supposed to be soldiers with King Saul in the Valley of Ionon about to fight the Philistines where Goliath the giant was there threatening everybody. It took David the whole day, he came from the Judea area, it took him the whole day to reach Ionon I guess by foot, which is normal because people did not need to eat breakfast.

He brought them food. People don't think about it but it repeatedly appeared since the biblical time.

The Romans warriors used to eat only at night. In fact, Julius Caesar had centurion police almost that forbid people to enjoy meals during the day. And the Greeks used to do the same thing. So the concept of intermittent fasting of minimizing eating during the day and eating one meal a day, it's not just a nice concept of health, it has been used by people who were extremely physically engaged from the Spartans to the Greeks to the Roman warriors.

I felt this myself many years ago that my performance in cognitive function increased dramatically when I don't eat. Later on, when I started university, I realized the amazing science behind under-eating and fasting.

How it actually increases your alertness, puts you in a survival mode, which is exactly what you need. Improves energy utilization, which is exactly what you need. But right now we know with the science of stress that not eating turns on this stress response system to improve you.

We, I believe though, should not overdo it. So in my opinion, I believe that people should eat once a day, and don't fast, and eat every other day.

The reason so- two reasons. Number one, we evolved to do it this way. We live around the hour circadian clock. We need to compensate at least once a day before suffering side effects. But even more so, when you prolong any stress, whether it's physical or nutritional, you are putting yourself under the risk of falling to chronic stress, and chronic stress is the worst thing you could put yourself under, Shawn. So extending fasting to every other day as a routine, or every three days like fasting three days as a routine, I believe is a big mistake.

If you go too long, it creates emotional stress. We never evolved from that and it doesn't bring you any benefit beyond what I just described. I clearly say in my book, and show that every stress to be beneficial must be intermittent. You cannot just prolong any stress. Just think about even the radio that you like puts you under stress, it's created stress, it's great. It puts adrenaline, you create, and you achieve.

But what if somebody just put you now for a week like this standing like this next to the mic and drilling? That will crush you, Shawn. Same beneficial stress prolongated.

It has to do simply with the way we evolved. Our endocrine system, the brain controls the most important response to stress that we have. It's called the fight or flight response. It's the most critical response to primal survival because if some kind of a danger happens, or a basis about to create- even more so a human being is threatening you, or war, or some situation of fire that you need to fight or run away.

This system helps you react properly. Problem, the system never evolved to be activated for a prolonged period of time. It evolved to be strong, fast, swift reaction.

So when you see fighters in the ring, correctly so, they're usually coming in a bout that's divided into three up to five minute rounds.

Gives you enough time to somehow do these intermittent bouts that you are dealing with. Once this is prolonged beyond a certain threshold, we are facing a problem. The fight or flight response becomes dysfunctional. Shawn Stevenson: You know, this is again pointing us back to the fact that we can utilize stress for our benefit, but at the same time to be mindful that there are levels to this.

And so somebody going from three meals and three snacks a day to eating one meal, there's quite a jump-off right there.

Ori Hofmekler: It is. Shawn Stevenson: You know, and so what I would recommend people to do, and I know Ori would say this as well, but is to kind of transition yourself. You know, get yourself acclimated. And so for myself personally, and by the way this is an incredibly effective way to lose fat because your body is going to continuously pull off of that food that's coming in.

Why would your body do the arduous work of breaking down stored body fat for fuel when there's new food coming in all the time? Ori Hofmekler: All the time, yes.

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Shawn Stevenson: So actually this is a logical thing, and again we've been trained that this is the way that we're supposed to eat. Ori Hofmekler: Yes. Shawn Stevenson: And also we hear these things like your metabolism will shut down if you're not eating all these things. There's literally zero science behind it, it's just something somebody made up one day just like, 'Oh that sounds good. Eat some more cereal. Maybe not all of them because I'm not doing just that one meal, but my fasting window might be from we'll say PM at night until AM the next day.

And even- you know there's some stuff coming out, and I want to talk to you about this if you're seeing any of this science out there that's showing that even having coffee or like herbal tea can kind of change the system and not get that full effect of the intermittent fast. So I'll break my fast with the coffee, with some Four Sigmatic coffee, and some MCT oil, and all that good stuff, but I'll stretch it out.

I used to do it earlier. Ori Hofmekler: Yeah, please describe what you eat for breakfast because I'd like to talk to you about this. Shawn Stevenson: Sure, sure. And so again, my fasting window- I mean my feeding window might be from AM until- I'll be done, I have to be done by PM in the evening, and that's giving me a nice thirteen hour window of a fast.

And so I'll work out, and I might not have so-called breakfast for another two hours or so, so it's getting close to AM, and then I'll have a lunch and a dinner in there as well.

So I'm kind of packing my nutrition into that feeding window, and it works for me. But sometimes- Ori Hofmekler: So your main meal is mid-day. Your main meal is mid-day? Shawn Stevenson: My main meal is dinner.

Mid-day meal isn't much.

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Ori Hofmekler: And what time do you eat dinner? Shawn Stevenson: Hopefully if things are working out well, if it's according to plan, PM. Ori Hofmekler: Okay. Let me add to some of this stuff. So I disagree, in fact coffee is totally complimentary and so is MCT. Totally complimentary to fasting. In fact you make fasting even more better, there's a lot of science. In fact, coffee mimics the effects of fasting.

There are certain kinds of nutrients that mimic the effect of fasting and exercise on your body. There's nothing wrong with eating these nutrients. Shawn, I mean people don't understand, when you have these stress activated nutrients, some of them fell under the radar, some that are most important. Most people [Inaudible ] but many of them still exist in our food. So listen to that, how about you eat blueberries, they taste sweet, they give you natural and pure sugar, but this does not raise your blood sugar.

The post-prandial effect of blueberries, or even green tea or coffee, is a reduction of blood sugar. In fact if you eat something with blueberries, enough polyphenols in blueberries reduces the blood sugar, and same in all berries.

Strawberries, raspberries. There's research done on grape pomace. If you eat grapes, not the industrial or GMO without seeds, with the seeds and the pomace.

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The great pomace has shown to significantly reduce post-prandial after meal blood sugar and lipids. Now Shawn, you know that this is the number one factor for diabetes, obesity, and aging is the post-prandial elevation of blood sugar and blood lipids. So for people who eat frequently, every time they finish or after the meal, breakfast, lunch, a power snack, and then dinner, and then late dinner, this elevation of bad sugar and lipids that overall have accumulated- it's an accumulative factor that leads to metabolic syndrome, obesity, and diabetes.

It explains why modern men are so vulnerable. So the point is what we generally don't know that many nutrients that are hidden someplace, even in the supermarket, don't work like the regular food that we eat. You can eat it when you under-eat during the day. It compliments fasting, and that's why I put berries as a very desirable food. Good grass-fed whey contains nutrients that mimics fasting, and basically some kind of fruits have it. You minimize your eating but you don't need to starve yourself.

You actually compliment your body by giving nutrients that strengthen your insulin, prevents a blood sugar spike, make you lean down even more so. So your routine actually, when it's reaching the breakfast, it's just perfect. Not only that you fast, you put coffee that mimics fasting. Coffee does other things too. Shuts down your hunger, activates cellular effects that improve your brain capacity, and your protective capacity. And then you exercise, as you described.

You [Inaudible ], that's stress principle number two, maximum impact. You deplete through your glycogen because you really should be exercising on empty.

So by the time you finish your exercise, you're in the peak energy depletion, your body is in a peak survival mode, if you can pull this- and it's not easy, instead of shoving food, recovering immediately, pull that- push that for another hour or two, you just got great beneficial factors percolating in your system. So then when you eat the meal, you cannot get fat after such depletion. That's part of the stress principle. Energy depletion overrules any other factor.

In fact, you become even resilient to sugar itself, and sugar is the worst thing you can do. But when your glycogen is depleted, your body can tolerate even sugar. So I believe your intermittent fasting is right because it works for you, because you feel it, you experience it. There's no steady rule, but the one thing you should avoid, and I'm saying it to everybody, do not go under a theory if it doesn't work.

Don't put yourself under stress that will crush you. Do not over-fast, do not over-train, and every time that you're under enormous stress or anything, stop and try to break it down. If you feel that something is prolonged, try to break it down either by a bout of exercise, go out, breathe air, talk to somebody that you trust. Don't let anything manifest or percolate inside you for too long. Shawn Stevenson: Perfect. Thank you for sharing that. You know, and just pointing people back to basics, you know?

Back to paying attention to your body and listening to your intuition, thank you because these are all- these are great best practices, and getting people educated. And I want to talk more about stress mimicking nutrients, but I want to share one quick thing, is that I remember the first day that I came across this work, and the studies about intermittent fasting.

This was probably- oh man, maybe nine years ago. And I'm a guy that I want to experiment, I want to find out. So the next day, I go to the gym, having been somebody eating breakfast for years, I went to the gym fasted and it was terrible. Like I was like, 'This is like ridiculous.

And you know, my blood sugar was a little bit wonky, but I'm totally- your body adapts, and I got adapted so quickly. And today, like I go and I'll do pound deadlift, and bench pressing, squat jumps, lunges, all this stuff, box jumps.

I'll do these incredible workouts just from having some coffee, and I don't even think twice about it. And afterwards, and this is a cool thing about like when you're really doing like- especially with high intensity interval training, you're not hungry afterwards.

Ori Hofmekler: That's very true. Shawn Stevenson: What's so crazy, when you really put that intensity into your workout, and so I could literally go another couple hours without eating. I tend to not do that, you know it might be an hour later or something like that, but I just want people to know that if this is something you're interested in, again there's like an on ramp. Put the training wheels on first and find out what happens.

But I want to talk more about stress mimicking nutrients, and we're going to do that right after this quick break. So sit tight, and we'll be right back. Alright we're back and we're talking with the one and only Ori Hofmekler about this fascinating topic of stress, and his principles of stress, his new book, and I absolutely love it. And again, he's somebody who really helped to push into public consciousness this understanding of intermittent fasting and the benefits.

So before the break we were talking about stress mimicking nutrients. So again, let's kind of recap what is that exactly? And what are some of those stress mimicking nutrients that we can take advantage of?

Ori Hofmekler: Stress mimicking nutrients are what I call nutrient of stress activated food, a nutrient that mimics the effect of exercise on your body. They give you the same benefit actually of fasting and exercise on your body, they activate the same genes, they trigger your ability to respond, they trigger your stress response system, they can trigger this heat shock protein response which I discussed before that it helps search and destroy every weak and sick element in your body.

Some of these nutrients, if you look at the cutting edge research, have shown to reverse Type II diabetes. Some of them like blueberries for instance have been shown to be more effective than the drug Metformin.

So we evolved in a world that was very primarily based on the lower food chain where humans consumed many of these nutrients which were inherent to the lower food chain. But today, many of these nutrients were removed out of our food chain because they inherently appear [Inaudible ] that we don't consume anymore.

Traditional herbal medicine do extract some of these nutrients, and they have a healing effect, but the ignorance about this is stunning. Most people have no idea that they exist. What we know is the food pyramid, arguably correctly or so, the FDA writes the food pyramid and how much vitamins and antioxidants we need, how much B1, B2, B3, whatever it is. What people don't understand that the biggest missing link in our nutrition today are these nutrients. Now here's what happened, Shawn.

We evolved in a very stressful world. That's the way it is. I mean, primordial world, you sometimes could not even cross childhood. The dangers, exposure to dangerous beasts, famine, and hardship, extreme climates, I mean really pushed one rule, the survival of the fittest on the fittest could survive.

But it's not just us or our ancestors or the animals, plants too.

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The food that we ate was stressed, and as plants are stressed they produce molecules that protect them from the stress whether it's predation, a pest, or heat shock, or cold shock. The plants and the animals produce molecules that protect them. These are the stress activated nutrients and these are the nutrients many of them mimic the effect of exercise on our body.

When an animal or a human eats a stress food that is widely grown, they generally benefit from the same nutrient that protects the plant, would protect the human or animal that eat them. It's an incredible phenomenon, and as I said these nutrients, many of them are missing today.

And they're more critical to our survival in a society that the vast majority of adults are now suffering from overweight, or obesity, or diabetes, or metabolic syndrome.

These nutrients can resolve it. Now why don't we see them? Because if people had an exercise system- and by the way, I did a research project on that, and that's how I came into that, it's called SAF. If you want to see some research about these nutrients, go to www. I was intrigued and I believe that some of the scientists I've been associated or working with are extremely now intrigued with the idea that we are missing a huge potential of our ability to excel, but not understanding this theory of stress nutritional stress activated molecules.

Why the industry is not using it? Because it's threatened our corn industry. When you have the knowledge of SAF, when you have the knowledge about intermittent fasting and how to excel, upgrade your physical fitness and maybe even become resilient to aging to the point that maybe you can double your lifespan. I do believe it's possible. Morning cereal will disappear. Somebody will have to renovate the industry. I'm not saying it's impossible.

I myself now am on the side doing a lot of experiments to conquer the bottom of the junk food chain. Yes, create cookies that really fit human biology, that look and taste better than regular. Create cereal, create granola, create even ice cream that fits.

I believe that somebody- I'm not selling, I'm just creating models, because I'm so interested in offering real solutions. It's not just talk. So stress activated food, you can find them- basically stress activated nutrients and nutrients that mimic, you can find them again in all wild berries, in all grown plants, and animals that live on wild plants like grass-fed pasture raised animals. Goats, sheep, and grass-fed cows produce milk with compounds that are extremely beneficial to your case.

They also help you resist stress. These animals are stressed. Grass-fed animals that are pasture raised are stressed. They're out there the whole time, they graze, sometimes during the off-season there's not enough food so they under-eat. Many of them produce even less than half of the milk of grain-fed factory cows and animals. However, I mean the milk itself is so much more nutritionally advanced, there's no comparison.

Ori Hofmekler: So I say wild grown plants and animals living on wild grown should be product, should be your prime food, including eggs from free range chickens. On the top of these nutrients I believe barberry, which we derive it from the back of trees, certain kind of [Inaudible ] is the king.

Every research shows that it mimics the effect not just of exercise or fasting, it's a potent inhibitor of mTOR, the mechanism as an adult can drive the aging process and even cause cancer and degrade your body. Shawn Stevenson: So let's talk more about that, Ori. Let's talk about this mTOR pathway, and give people a little bit of insight on that. Ori Hofmekler: With mTOR is a mechanism that again, like many paradoxical phenomena of nature, benefits you. You're going to die without it, but when overly activated, it would kill you.

That simple. But it becomes more pronounced when you look at younger people and adults. When you grow mTOR plays a critical role, essential role in helping you grow. It's a growth mechanism that builds your bones, and muscles, and everything that grows.

However, when mTOR is over-activated or over-stimulated in a non-growing body, you and me right now are not growing, we're adults. When it's over-stimulated in a non-growing body, it can cause aging of cells and tissue and cancer. Plain and simple, it absolutely degrades your whole metabolic system.The diet that I practice incorporates certain nutritional elements that are surprisingly missing in most other diets. And most importantly, what can you do to improve yourself and get better and better over time rather than the other way?

It is best to grind them fresh every days. Jan 10, Gail Sweeting rated it it was amazing. And even more so there are certain kind of nutrients that mimic the effect of stress. Simple protocol that you can be an outlet or you can be a fitness enthusiast but adapt the new vision that you just want to build yourself to be a superior you. There's only one problem, Shawn. I don't know if you have dogs, we have dogs and cats we rescue, and I can tell you both of them are ferocious predators and they're doing very well.

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