How To Biohack The Ultimate Healthy Home: Part 1

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In today’s podcast episode with the world famous neurosurgeon, biohacker and health expert Dr. Jack Kruse, you’re going to discover how to build a healthy home, how to take your existing home and make it healthier, and how to ensure that the environment in your home is optimizing your sleep, your performance and your recovery.

This audio is jam-packed with practical tips and cutting-edge advice, including:

-Shocking information about television, TV networking and cable…

-Why your microwave is extremely dangerous even if you’re not using it…

-What kind of water filtration system is ideal…

-The best way to filter and clean a swimming pool…

-Why the lightbulbs in your house may be slowly killing you…

-A healthy home hack for leftover wine bottles…

-What the ultimate, healthy home gym should look like…

-How climbing rocks and trees is one of the best ways to heal your body…

-And my personal favorite: how to create the ultimate healthy man-cave (or woman-cave)…

Resources Jack and I discuss during this episode: 

-Jack’s free Biohacking 101 course

-Magnetico or Biomat Sleep Mattress

-Jack Kruse’s EMF Bootcamp

-LowBlueLight website for red amber bulbs or LED lights

-Wine bottle based lanterns from VinoGlo.com

-Jeremy Thomley and Mohawk Steel Co.

-Infrared Red Light Bulbs

-Ozonator

-Magnesium Bath Flakes

-Building A Healthy House (free .pdf) (we don’t talk about this one, but it’s a great resource for chemicals, clean air, mold and toxins – which Jack and I didn’t get a chance to discuss in 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.

-Jack Kruse Tells You How To Live Like A Polar Bear And Eat Like A Great White Shark (previous podcast with Jack)

-How You Can Use Cold Thermogenesis To Perform Like Lance Armstrong And Michael Phelps (previous podcast with Jack)

Leave your questions, comments and feedback below, and be sure to tune into “Biohacking A Healthy Home: Part 2″ and “Biohacking A Healthy Home: Part 3″ podcasts coming up next month with Bulletproof Exec Dave Asprey and ZeroEnergy.com architect Stephanie Horowitz!

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6 thoughts on “How To Biohack The Ultimate Healthy Home: Part 1

  1. Hey Ben, I just finished listening to this episode and I was fascinated. I was also quite frustrated and disappointed. Dr. Kruse shared a number of interesting opinions and suggestions without offering any supporting evidence or even plausibility. Now I'm just a graduate student in chiropractic and sports medicine, and Dr. Kruse is a neurosurgeon, so I'm not suggesting I know anything he doesn't. But that's the point. I listen to your podcasts because you tend to offer resources and cite research articles that support the ideas discussed. I'm sure most of your listeners aren't physicists that can explain the EMF properties of home electronics or the effect of infrared light on cell membranes. And none of us should just accept Dr. Kruse's claims without a good dose of skepticism.
    I'd appreciate any references or suggestions from other listeners on how I can look into these claims further.

    1. I agree with nately, would be good to have some resources for the claims. I was also surprised to not hear any mention of a filter like the Stetzer or Greenwave filters, or grounding mats.

    2. Hey Ben,

      I haven’t had the pleasure of listening to this podcast yet, but I just want to point out that many (if not all) of the things Dr. Kruse talks about as a guest on podcasts references content he has already explored in depth on his blog. Those posts are cited ad nauseum … some posts have 30, 40, 50 cites or more.

      To help your readers get started, here is the first blog post in Jack’s EMF series. There are 8 posts in that series, I believe, and they are all cited extensively. If you’re looking for an EMF deep dive, here’s a great place to start!

      http://www.jackkruse.com/emf-1-does-your-rolex-work/

      EMF 1 includes 12 cites, EMF 2 has 26, and so on.

      One more note: Personally, as both the “business” manager for our community and as a serious “seeker” myself on my own health journey, I don’t think anyone should just take anything Jack or anybody else says without vetting it for themselves. If you’re a member of our community, you would see me pushing Jack really hard sometimes on certain topics, and I encourage all of our members to own their journeys, and Jack does as well. Dogma is everywhere, and we all need to be vigilant about examining things for ourselves and drawing our own conclusions.

      Jack is just getting back from France … I will do my best to prod him on over to reply to your comments himself. In fairness, though, he’s got a tsunami waiting for him … ;-)

      PS – We’ve had some extensive conversations in our community about grounding sheets and mats and all sorts of “grounding” things. You have to be really careful … we brought in an EMF expert (see our EMF Bootcamp) to talk to us about all of this stuff, and if you’re in a high EMF environment, your grounding tools pull the EMF to whatever “mat” or “sheets” you’re using and actually increase your exposure. You can measure this with a body grounding meter and see for yourself what’s going to work for you. A lot of our members had very adverse affects from grounding “things,” so we aren’t a big fan of them. But that’s just based on our own n=1. If your environment is low EMF, you may have better results.

    3. Read Andrew Marino's Book Going Somewhere, and The Body electric by Dr. Robert O Becker. For infrared lights effect on membranes you could Read Mae Wan Ho's The Rainbow Worm. And all my blogs have cites……..There are hundreds. JK

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