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Sunday, September 18, 2011

Become a Bio-Hack and Upgrade Yourself

I want you to meet Mr. Dave Asprey:

Dave Asprey is a Silicon Valley investor, computer security expert, and entrepreneur who spent 15 years and $250,000 to hack his own biology. He upgraded his brain by >20 IQ points, lowered his biological age, and lost 100 lbs without using calories or exercise. The Financial Times calls him a "bio-hacker who takes self-quantification to the extreme of self-experimentation." His writing has been published by the New York Times and Fortune, and he's presented at Wharton, Kellogg, the University of California, and Singularity University.

So what does that mean to you? If you sign up for his newsletter, he will teach you about:

- Spending less
time to get
more upgrading done

- Brain hacking to gain jaw-dropping memory

- Thinking faster and more clearly

- Quicker recovery when you're tired

- More focus all day long

- Sleep hacking to get more sleep in less time

- Controlling your heart rate variability to upgrade your nervous system

- Quantifying your upgrade results

Go to his Bullet Proof website and learn more.

See you at the table...the adjusting table.

--Dr. Lisa

Your Health Freedom Advocate


Thursday, September 08, 2011

I'm Not Getting Better-Worksheet

Print out this page, or take notes on the check list topics below. Then read the next blog post below about the things we miss when it comes to protecting our health.

Chemical / deficiencies-intoxication

[ ] poor diet (usually too many carbs, not enough protein, too many processed foods)
[ ] relying on food for nutrients/ not taking supplements
[ ] taking ineffective supplements
[ ] medications causing deficiencies
[ ] too much caffeine
[ ] too much sugar
[ ] artificial sugar use
[ ] nicotine
[ ] too much alcohol
[ ] illegal drugs
[ ] poor detoxing due to weak immune system, body unable to naturally cleanse

[ ] poor balance
[ ] under conditioned muscles
[ ] being overweight
[ ] lack of sleep
[ ] poor posture during activities
[ ] repetitive strain
[ ] lack of "conditioning exercise"

[ ] life challenges: they exist but how do we face them? rate them from 0-10 / 0 = not bothersome 10= very difficult
[ ] "worry-triggers" (your biggest fears)
[ ] repetitive themes in relationships that you react to in a negative manner

I'm Not Getting Better

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You've tried many different things to feel better. You are healing from an injury and it seems to be taking too long this time. You have nagging little health issues that you tolerate, but they just don't go away.

Let's look at things a little differently.

1. You've tried many things to feel better.
Different view: Something else in your life repeatedly overpowers your attempts keeping you from feeling better.

2. You are healing from an injury and it seems to be taking longer this time.
Different view: More attention is needed now than what was adequate in the past.

3. Nagging health issues just aren't going away.
Different view: They are sticking around for a reason, because something else is sticking around.

Your Body Speaks to You in Interesting Ways
Often we are clueless because we just wish the answers were obvious. Why doesn't my body speak the language of me? Because it can only speak the language of cause and effect with a little nervous system thrown in.

Keep in mind the 3 causes of poor health.

1. Chemical stress
2. Mechanical stress
3. Emotional/Mental stress

This includes deficiencies and intoxication. Nutritional deficiencies arise out of poor diet, relying on just food for nutrients, as well as medication effects. Intoxication is not just over- imbibing in caffeine, nicotine, and alcohol. It also includes medications, illegal drugs, and the body's poor ability to detoxify on its own. Chemical stress doesn't allow us to heal properly.

Vulnerable mechanics is due to poor balance, under conditioned muscles, being overweight, lack of sleep, poor posture during activities, repetitive strain, and lack of "conditioning exercise".(I say conditioning exercise because people perform a great deal of exercise that is inefficient and ineffective out of habit.)

Life issues change all the time. We have good days and we have bad days. They tire us out and weaken the immune system. If you have a "worry-trigger." It will get you more often than other issues that don't bother you. If you had an injury or illness look back at the last two weeks and see if a "worry trigger" popped up in your life.

Now re-evaluate your situation and your actions. Look at yourself as if you are watching a movie on TV. What things do you notice are getting in the way of your health? What things are you missing?

See you at the table...the adjusting table.

--Dr. Lisa
Your Health Freedom Advocate

Saturday, September 03, 2011

Why the Good Old Days Were Good

I am going to assume this guy is drinking mass farmed, store bought pasteurized milk.

Here's a great take on the milk marketing dilemma and should you really be drinking it for your bones. READ HERE.

I was actually looking for fitness tips with the Paleo lifestyle. I'm still looking but I thought this was a good blog post. More on my Paleo interest will come later but it ties in with the low carb mentality.

If you are looking for raw milk or want to understand why raw milk is the real milk, VISIT THIS WEBSITE HERE.

See you at the table...the adjusting table.

--Dr. Lisa
Your Health Freedom Advocate