How would you like to pause or reverse the aging process? If you answered yes, you’re in the right place. You’ve probably heard the buzz about the anti-aging movement from influential celebrity bio-hackers like Tom Brady and others called biohacking. Emerging research showcases biohacking techniques that have aged mice and then made them younger. This exploration has peeled back the layers of aging, revealing the difference between ‘biological age’ – rooted in cellular appearance based on biochemistry – and ‘chronological age’ – the count of years since birth.
Our guest is anti-aging expert and physiologist, William Moore. William is a renowned expert in the field of wellness and longevity and the owner of AdvancedYOU in Dallas, an anti-aging clinic. He reveals the what biohacking phenomenon entails, including risks and benefits.
- Deciphering biological age versus chronological age
- The most sought-after biohacks
- What Exosome Therapy is
- The health benefits of Hyperbaric Oxygen Chambers
- What Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) Therapy is and how it helps in the anti-aging process
- What EWOT (Exercise with Oxygen Therapy) is
- Photobiomodulation (PBM Light Therapy) and its benefits
- What Metabolic Testing (PNOĒ) entails and who should get it?
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Ron Beres 0:49
Hi, friends, and welcome to season six of the Healthy Home Hacks podcast. And thank you for being patient. As we took a short hiatus. I'm going to start off today's episode with an important question. Show of hands. How would you like to pause or reverse the aging process? Sure technology has gotten good and helping us live longer, but not necessarily better. Have you heard of lifespan versus health span? lifespan is the number of years someone lives from birth until death. Well health span is the number of years someone is healthy without chronic and debilitating disease.
Lisa Beres 1:32
Which brings us to today's show. You've probably heard the buzz about a captivating wave of the anti aging movement from influential celeb biohackers like Tom Brady, Jeff Bezos and Brooke Burke. It's called biohacking. And if you think it's too good to be true, hold on to your telomeres and stay with us till the end. If you head back to Episode 10, we discuss something called epigenetics. Epigenetics studies how the environment can modify how genes work without actually changing the genes themselves. Which is important because researchers from Harvard Medical School believe that epigenetic changes and not just changes to the DNA affect aging. Biohacking offers an enticing promise that recent studies are beginning to substantiate emerging research showcases biohacking techniques that have aged mice, and then made them younger.
Ron Beres 2:28
While these results have yet to be replicated in humans, this exploration has peeled back the layers of aging, revealing the difference between biological age rooted in cellular appearance based on biochemistry, and chronological age, the number of years since birth, biohacking techniques have surged in popularity, as they Center on Enhancing a pivotal aging factor called cellular function through precise lifestyle changes, interventions and cutting edge technologies. The ultimate objective is to strategically recalibrate the body's biology for targeted outcomes.
Lisa Beres 3:08
Joining us today is anti aging expert and physiologist William Moore. William is a renowned expert in the field of wellness and longevity. Moore who owns advanced you in Dallas and anti aging clinic is here with us to discuss the bio hacking phenomenon, how to decipher biological age versus chronological age and unveil the most sought after bio hacks.
Ron Beres 3:36
William, welcome to the show.
William Moore 3:38
Thank you. How are you?
Ron Beres 3:40
Lisa Beres 3:41
Welcome, William, thank you so much for being with us today.
Ron Beres 3:44
We're ready to be younger for you. William wants to be yet let's do it.
William Moore 3:48
Lisa Beres 3:48
We want to channel our inner Benjamin buttons today. Get some great anti aging tips. So I know we have a lot of ground to cover. So let's just dive right in. William, can you explain something called exosome therapy to our listeners? What on earth is that?
William Moore 4:06
Oh my gosh, absolutely. So one of my very favorite topics. I'm so glad you asked. And I do quite a bit of it. Actually. We do exosome infusion into the arm. And then we do exosome injections into the scalp for hair restoration. And I also do exercise for quite a bit of exosome injections into the corporate and the penis for the treatment of erectile dysfunction in just sexual performance in general. But first of all, I want to explain that exosomes come from stem cells and they're the vesicles that that are released by a stem cell. And they basically carry the blueprint and the growth factors, if you will, that tell the cells in our bodies how to regenerate. And so we've had stem cells around for a long time we've been doing lots of experiments and uses of stem cells have become popular. So one of the drawbacks of a stem cell is that it contains the DNA of another human, that's one drop. Another drawback is that you hear about stem cells, and you think that you're getting stem cells. And you don't really, unless you really dive deep, you don't really know exactly the quality of some of the stem cells that you're getting. Sometimes the stem cells come from adult fat cells, because they're expensive, sometimes actually come from the umbilical cord of a newborn baby. Some of those stem cells are Day Zero stem cells, which means that they've been taken directly from birth taken to a tissue bank, and then they didn't harvested and then they're gone. And they're sold immediately. Sometimes those days zero stem cells are taken in vitro, and they're replicated for second and third and fourth, and fifth, and sometimes even sixth generation of stem cells. So there's a lot of things that are going on with stem cells and nothing bad that exosomes is a very nice alternative. That's a little bit easier on the pocketbook, and give some great some great outcomes.
Ron Beres 5:56
So look, well, quick question, William. So for our audience is not familiar with stem cells and the benefit of stem cells or whatever it might be? Can you explain a little bit more about that and exosomes? What's the difference? Is that the same thing because I'm sure there's probably going over some people's heads and they want to be younger.
William Moore 6:12
That's what I was about to tell you. So a stem cell is the very beginning of how an exosome is born. So we use exosomes that come from stem cells that are from umbilical cords of Day Zero stem cells, that means that the baby has just been born, it was pre arranged for the umbilical cord to be donated. It has already been screened, generated, they like to use the type O blood babies.
Ron Beres 6:37
No, that there's Lisa, she's showing off, she's showing.
William Moore 6:43
We don't think that it makes a difference in the blood type. But just to make sure that everything is safe and compatible. That even goes as far as to use typo blood from babies. But anyway, the stem cells are they're taken to the tissue bank, and they're harvested. And they begin to release what's called the exosome, which is the vesicle that comes off of the stem cell that tells the adjacent cells, as I said before, how to regenerate carries the blueprint and carries the growth factors that helps happen. So they basically use a nano particle filter, and they basically pour this themselves on top of this. This sounds very barbaric, but it's but they pour the scientists themselves and they let the exosomes fall through. And so they only count a certain size vesicle that comes off of these stem cells as an exosomes, they're counted, and they're bottled up, and they're preserved. Sometimes they're freeze dried, sometimes they're actually frozen under cryogenic temperatures. And then they're sent to the facility and then we determine how we want to administer them. But even with exosomes, you can get exosomes that might cost are $100, a vial, and I can get exosomes that might cost or $5,000, a vial. So big range of exosomes and the quality of exosomes in the capital of exosomes. So exosomes are generally just so you know, are generally counted in billions. And stem cells are generally counted in millions. You're going to have exponentially more exosomes in a vial than you are stem cells. But you have a lot more proteins and growth factors in an actual in a stem cell than you do in an exosomes. Going back to what we said before. exosomes are safer because they don't carry the DNA. Hmm. So there's different ways to look at this. So the exosomes are counted in billions. And I'd like to see a treatment with generally somewhere between 30 and 50 billion exosomes if I'm going to do someone scalp or if I'm going to do someone's face or if I'm going to do someone's infusion, I'd like to see at least 50 billion so that's kind of kind of a number that.
Lisa Beres 8:57
When you do someone's face, is it like a filler or is it more how does that work?
William Moore 9:03
So that's a great question. So I use a device that's called Derma FRAC and Derma frac is a micro channeling device so it's not micro needling, you I'm sure that you know what micro needling is micro needling is when you puncture holes and you create injury.
Ron Beres 9:19
It's like a Vampire Facial, right? Is it the vampire,
William Moore 9:22
Not really, that's using the rich plasma that's drawn stung out, they pulled the platelet rich plasma out and they re they re inject it into the face. But this is a device that is it creates tiny little holes that are a half millimeter deep into the tissue. And under the pressure vacuum. The exosomes are placed right into what we call the basement membrane or the dermal epidermal junction, which is the place where we want to put serums for them to do the most good in this. So you can just take these exosomes and you can inject them with micro injections. but it's a little bit barbaric. It works, but you don't know what depth you're gonna get the nap because everyone doesn't have the same injection techniques. Some people may be better or worse at this micro injection, that with a derma FRAC device that we use with the exosomes into it, and then we deliver them to a half millimeter depth over the entire area that we're going to treat. I have some amazing photographs that I can show you. Patients. Oh, wow. someone's hands that I can send to you and let you take a peek at that if you'd like.
Lisa Beres 10:31
Because like your hands, they say if you want to know someone's age, look at their, usually their neck and their hands, right, the hands start to show.
William Moore 10:38
Yeah, I have a very famous plastic surgeon. Of course, I'm not going to share names. But as a surgeon in the DFW area, as very skeptical about everything. And he came in to have an exosome treatment. We did a scalp we did his face, we did his neck. And he messaged me about four to five weeks later. And he said that I have never seen something make as much change in my skin as exosome treatment has done. And he he has done two more since then. And he's been the big vials of exosomes where they're like, like several $1,000 per vial. And he just did his last one last week or his third one last week. And he told me that his nothing has he ever done made as much of a difference as this exosome treatment did. A very reputable plastic surgeon that has access to anything.
Lisa Beres 10:46
Ron Beres 10:47
How many treatments do you need for this William? What is it like three, six?
William Moore 11:33
You can see changes in one treatment. And it all depends on what the count is, of course, you can have a lower exosome count or a higher exosome count. And you can have exosomes that come from second or third generation stem cells from the umbilical cord or stem cells that are exosomes that come from adipose tissue, so there's so many variations, but with good with good exosomes good quality exosomes, you can see a nice change in the sexual performance in the skin. And just one session,
Lisa Beres 12:02
Are people now because I was thinking, gosh, when we were born if we knew about that and donated our own umbilical cord to ourselves, right? And then had that cryo frozen whatever and then could access that later. Are people doing that now?
William Moore 12:14
You actually yes. So my niece and nephew. They were born in 2004 and 2005. And my sister in law had their umbilical cords cryogenically stored, at some point, when we have more than answers, they'll be able to take the stem cells that are their own stem cells for their day zero day zero, since they've never been manipulated. They'll be able to maybe want to grow up grow a new kidney or a new liver or, you know, what?
Lisa Beres 12:43
Sky's the limit there, huh? So when you have a client who comes in, do you pick the exosomes based on their budget, like if they're like, Hey, I only want to spend this much they're gonna get they're gonna get a lower quality or like plastic surgeons like sky's the limit, get me the best.
William Moore 12:58
There's basically two different levels of exosomes that we can we can choose from the ones that I use, I actually use a 50 billion vial of exosomes that are Day Zero, they've never been through a replication, or the stem cells have never been replicated. Those are the exosomes that I always use because I because I believe in those. He's not quite ready to spend that type of money on it, I would prefer that they just not waste their money because I don't want to give them a procedure that's not going to do what they want it to do. Okay, I want to build false hope in someone. But we can do with the exosomes treatment, but the company that we're working with, they had just taken the DNA out of the stem cell. And so they have another product that is a whole stem cell with no DNA.
Lisa Beres 13:43
William Moore 13:45
I have done a combination between those two different products on this particular plastic surgeon. So one time out of the three, we also included some of the A cellular no DNA stem cell, but I don't use whole stem cells with the DNA. And then there's just a chance of problems.
Lisa Beres 14:05
And with that, would you be if someone had an illness? Would you be potentially what is the word like,
William Moore 14:13
Make it worse?
Lisa Beres 14:14
You're potentially like exposing yourself to that danger, so to speak, making yourself susceptible.
William Moore 14:18
There's concerns right now, in the medical community, that even giving someone and an exorcism or as a stem cell could potentially help a cancer cell grow. And you know, we don't have enough research to show. So it's new. So we're still learning things. There's still lots of of clinical trials that are going on that are looking at these things. So sometimes when it's new, you have to take some risks. I personally have done lots of exosome infusions in my arm. I'm very proud to say that I have not had COVID Since I started doing exosomes infusion in my arms. I'm not saying that this is a treatment for COVID is not I haven't had COVID So I do use it as a treat. But, but I feel like it just kept me healthy to incentive I do in regular gyms and
Lisa Beres 15:06
So you can do it as an infusion. And then that kind of works like as the whole body versus like your face injection would plump up, I'm guessing and give a more youthful appearance.
William Moore 15:17
Collagen and the deeper tissue and so forth. So it reduces inflammation, it can stop, cytokine.
Lisa Beres 15:26
Ron Beres 15:27
So you put in the arm to boost your immune system.
William Moore 15:30
Boost the immune system and heal. Things that are injured inside the body. Because it's
Lisa Beres 15:34
Such a new, it's coming from such a newborn that wouldn't have all of this exposure to toxicity correct?
William Moore 15:42
That is the thought is that you have stem cells from an adult that you run the risk of having stem cells that have DNA that have been, you know, DNA, as you heard you mentioned telomeres earlier. So DNA goes through changes in our bodies, so we don't have the same exact, there's damage that occurs as we grow. So it would be better to have them definitely from a daisy road newborn baby rather than an adult.
Lisa Beres 16:05
Wow. Do you see a lot of going back to like when you were talking about stem cell? Because, you know, as a girl, I go, you know, into spas and all the products, oh, this system sells this system sells and you know, you're not told anything beyond that. Like you were you were saying at the beginning. Do you think there's a lot of like we call it in our industry greenwashing. There's a lot of greenwashing with products, that cleaning products or you name it is their skin washing or whatever that word would be there? Yeah.
William Moore 16:33
There are a few exosome products that, you know, you call that you call to a med spa. And you say, I would like to have exosomes. And they say yes, I can do exosomes, and we can do your entire face for $600. I just called the clinic down the street. And they said the my entire face was $7,000. People don't ask the questions, and they just are the cheapest one because exosome is an exosome. But they're not. So there are some products that are out there. And they are FDA cleared to be used in the skin, that they won't necessarily do the same thing that the more expensive higher count. Cleaner exosomes can do for you.
Lisa Beres 16:33
Wow, that's interesting. Mm hmm.
Ron Beres 17:15
Okay, well, we learned a lot about exosomes and some other questions for you, too. Yeah. So, so so we'll just right, right. But we have our we're familiar with the hyperbaric oxygen chambers. In fact, the integrative Medical Center that we go to, has several, and we know how it's used on cancer patients. Can you explain to our listeners, what these are? what the benefits are of using them?
William Moore 17:40
Yes, I have one and I love it. I get a my my hyperbaric chamber after work every day.
Ron Beres 17:44
You're like Michael Jackson, right? Did Michael Jackson do that all the time?
William Moore 17:48
He slept in one which is not good for you. That much time. And one I don't I mean, people say that you should sleep at it. But more research shows that we really shouldn't spend that much time in a hyperbaric chamber that we don't need to that we get as much benefit out of a 60 to 90 minute session as someone would if they were just sleeping it because the body becomes resilient, and it stops making change. So there's no reason to spend that much time in there. But first of all, one thing I want to say about hyperbaric chambers is that you really have to ask your questions about hyperbaric chambers as well, because they go to different pressures. So we need to know what pressure that the hyperbaric chamber is going to go to the lightest pressure that I generally see is 1.3 ATA, which is atmosphere absolute, which is it's 1.3 times atmospheric pressure, okay. The studies that you may be you may be you're going to ask me about later on that talk about telomere lengthening, they used a 2.0 atmosphere, a pressure ATA, so you make sure that your your chambers are actually getting to the pressure that they need to get to to be able to call some of these changes to occur. So as the pressure that your chamber can reach, that's the first thing. The second is that, um, you want to make sure that they do have a good supply of oxygen inside there, because what we want to do is we want to use this pressure to take oxygen 95% Oxygen through a nasal cannula, and under the pressure, we actually are able to liquefy the oxygen gas, and it absorbs better into the plasma. And then it's able to be taken through the body attached to the red blood cells into hypoxic areas of the body that generally don't get very much oxygen. This is where we're able to create so much change things from dementia, people that have to sometimes they have vascular dementia, which means they don't get enough blood flow to the brain. And a lot of times, that's from people having sleep apnea, and they'd be they're not getting the blood flow and the oxygen to the brain while they're sleeping. So their brains are fine, right? If we can get them into a chamber, and we can do some oxygen under pressure, then maybe we can make some changes. I want to tell you something that's interesting that. There's a published study that looks at stroke patients. And generally, whenever we see studies on patients who have had strokes, it's a very acute phase that was very soon after the stroke was occurred that we're looking at at changes in the brain, they usually sometimes, say, within a few weeks, you're gonna see most of the changes that's going to occur. But this particular study looked at stroke patients that were six months to three years post stroke. And, you know, whenever you have a clinical study, you have to have a placebo group. It's hard to have a placebo group with when you're doing a hyperbaric chamber treatment, because your patient or your person in the study is going to know whether or not they had pressure at least have to have some pressure, even in the placebo group, or they're going to know that they were a part of the placebo group. What they'll do with a hyperbaric chamber study is that they will have the nasal cannula on, but they won't necessarily put oxygen through, they may just put air through it, gotcha. So that the person can't tell the difference between when they have a 95% oxygen delivery or just air which was 21% oxygen, which is in the atmosphere, okay. And they can make them have enough pressure to maybe make their ears have a little bit of a pop that maybe not take them to the pressure in which the changes will occur. Well, in this particular study that was six months to three years, every single patient in the study in both the placebo group, and in the group that actually received the 95% oxygen with the pressure had changes in neuroplasticity. So they, their brains got better. This was the placebo group it got it because even that small amount of pressure that they were put under the 21% oxygen, which is the atmosphere, percentage of oxygen, they still were able to get changes in the brain function. Wow. So it's just what hyperbaric chambers can do is just amazing.
Lisa Beres 21:59
Wow, that's incredible. So you sleep, are you when you get home from work, you do a session every day?
William Moore 22:05
My chambers is at work.
Lisa Beres 22:07
Oh, it's at work.
William Moore 22:08
Okay, it's at work. So when I finished for the day, I take my work into the chamber with me, right?
You can do stuff in there, right?
Yeah, you can do stuff in there. And so my chamber is large, it holds to full size adults.
Lisa Beres 22:21
William Moore 22:22
It has a window that we can watch the TV, if you want it to outside, I have closed captioning, turn on the TV, if I need to watch the news or whatever I'm doing. But generally I try and get caught up on work or paperwork or whatever. Sometimes it's charting whatever it may be, but I get there. I get in there every day after work when I'm at home. That's just that's part of what I do is like.
Lisa Beres 22:41
Wow, that is so great. What differences have you noticed? I mean, is it gradual? Or like do you start noticing it right away?
William Moore 22:48
Well, first of all, I'm pretty healthy. So I don't really have any signs of aging just yet I don't have I don't have any problems that I think I would notice changes for. So what I think that I'm doing is I'm creating vascularity I'm making making my tissue my fingers, my toes I am I am actually type one diabetic. I have juvenile diabetes, so awareness on pump and glucose sensor. So I know that over the course of my lifetime having juvenile diabetes that I have had things happen, you know, the high levels of glucose, it's like sandpaper, it's doing damage to everything inside your body. So I'm hoping that I'm having repair. There, they're the things that I can't see just yet repairing them. And then my mother actually suffers from vascular dementia, and so to serve. And so I worry that that may be something coming down the pipeline towards me as well.
Lisa Beres 23:46
William Moore 23:47
I'm trying to focus really heavy on things that I can do to keep my brain healthy. Yeah, I believe that hyperbaric chambers is one of the most important things that you can do to keep good oxygen and good blood flow to your brain.
Lisa Beres 24:01
Wow. So bad insurance doesn't cover that, of course. But I know like here, I think at our center around I want to say it's 250 a session. It's not extravagantly expensive. Would you feel like as soon as you did one like wow, I feel really like energized?
William Moore 24:19
Energized. afterwards. People that do their very first one sometimes have a hard time sleeping that night. That's their cell. And it does some things to your gut the first couple of times as well. But hyperbaric oxygen chambers actually, because of the pressure, detoxifies the gut. Hmm, this that's one of our most toxic areas in our body. So hey, chambers is a great way to do detox.
Lisa Beres 24:43
70% of our immune system lives in our gut.
William Moore 24:47
Something like that.
Lisa Beres 24:47
Yeah, it's like that. Yeah, yeah. Wow. That is really interesting. Every thing we've discussed so far, which is only two things have been so interesting. A lot less ago guys and speaking of. Let's have a good segue to our next question, what is pulsed electromagnetic field therapy? PEMF? And how does this help in the anti aging process?
William Moore 25:09
Tell you so first of all, you probably have seen people talk about grounding this this nature.
Lisa Beres 25:15
We do wear a Baubiologists. So we are actually certified to test homes for electromagnetic radiation. And we used to actually do that. So it's a big part of what we teach our readers as well, and lots of shielding techniques and remedies and things like that.
William Moore 25:31
And people think that it's crazy, but it's not crazy. It's very logical science behind behind it is just that sometimes we just have to have it explained to us before we actually understand it and other reasons why we why we need to do it. So going back to when I was 2017. I was 34 years old, I broke my leg in five places. And my doctor sent me home with a PEMS blanket to go around. And at that time, I was I was uneducated on the subject. And I think I used it but I thought it was my insurance paid for it. I mean, it definitely is FDA cleared. It is FDA cleared heel bone, get help, because it Hills tissue. So we know it's published, it's studied, we know if insurance pays for it. It's been definitely studied, because they would try and fight that as much as they possibly could. Right? I was sent home with this pad and I put it around my leg. I don't know how much it did, because I don't know how fast my life would have healed with or without it. But right. This is we do have published studies, we know that it does work. Let me tell you a little bit about how it works. So our Earth has magnetic field to it. And the magnetic field of our Earth has declined approximately 70% Over the past 3000 years. And I'm not going to go into all that because that's not really important for this conversation. But our our magnetic energy for this earth has declined dramatically. And 3000 years ago, 4000 5000 however many million years ago that we go back as humans, we were on the ground, our feet were planted on the ground, no shoes, no rubber soles, no cars, no tires, no sidewalks, no, yeah. Or buildings, whatever it is, we're on the ground. We don't get on the ground any longer. We don't get that magnetic energy that we need on the earth. And we are electrical beings, our function offers off of electrical energy. And we were designed to use this magnetic energy. And so we have PMF beds in the clinic. And I primarily well, they're great for tissue healing for resetting the batteries, if you will, inside your body. They're great for relaxation for mental clarity. But I think two of the most important things that we can get from the bed is that we use it prior to H bought our hyperbaric oxygen therapy. And we use it prior to exercise with oxygen. But the most important things that this bed does is the electromagnetic energy makes your red blood cells become negatively charged. They will repel each other. So your red blood cells are in clubs. And I don't mean dangerous clubs. I don't mean clots, I mean, pumps. And so what happens is the red blood cells that are inside in the very center of these little cops, they don't get to carry oxygen because they're not exposed to oxygen. So separate them with the PEMF mat that when we take you in to do exercise with oxygen, which is where you're breathing 95% oxygen with a mask and do in 10 minutes of cardiovascular on a bicycle with three spreads take you and put you inside of the hyperbaric chamber. Then our red blood cells have separated and we're able to carry more oxygen so I always do a PEMF session prior to get an MRI of hyperbaric chamber bed myself.
Lisa Beres 28:56
Oh wow. You're the poster child for biohacking.
William Moore 29:00
Another thing that the bed does is that the mat does is that it makes your body approximately a pH of 7.3 which is alkaline and so it does alkaline your body for about 12 to 13 hours. Oh, so it is great if people can have a PEMF bed at home and you can buy them that go onto your sheet. And they're programmed you can program it with a timer for it to do 15 minutes or 30 minutes at a certain time at night so that it will help you sleep and there's one setting there's like mine has different settings. So there's one setting for relaxation. There's another set for vitality, and then have it turn on just 30 minutes before your alarm clock goes off in the morning. And you can get another PEMF session where it stimulates your body and makes your body your body wake up and super tight.
Lisa Beres 29:51
And it's like a thin a thin pad that will go under your sheet and then plug into the wall. Yes, okay. That is real. It's I've never even heard of it which is crazy. See how round? They're not that?
Ron Beres 30:01
Oh, I've not heard of that. No, it was getting a little bit too exercise with oxygen therapy.
Lisa Beres 30:07
I wanted to hear what it was gonna say about. Okay. Yeah, sorry, what?
William Moore 30:09
I was just gonna say that these PEMF mats, they're not that expensive. They're not. Yeah, they're anywhere between 2 to 5 thousand. I mean, I mean, I guess that that is a pretty penny, but it's the people that are biohackers. They spend a lot more money on things on coffees and all.
Lisa Beres 30:27
Exactly. Add up your latte your VIN day every day. Is this I would assume a lot of sports stars athletes use this for quick recovery.
William Moore 30:37
I'm seeing that they're using it for recovery. I'm seeing the big sports teams are using it. Yeah, at training training centers. They're becoming very popular, the size is there, that people are just not waking up and beginning to it's show.
Lisa Beres 30:52
It's all moving. I mean, we've had a couple podcasts on energy and frequency healing. And people that have clinics that just do that. It's really fascinating how the medical community is kind of heading that way as this technology comes. It's just like you said, We're electrical beings, of course, we we could handle illnesses and ailments with energy. So it's really it's really incredible.
William Moore 31:14
Did I do believe you mentioned earlier about shielding. I mean, I do believe that there are things that happen to us with our cell phones, and the cell phone providers are going to argue with us about that. And the people that manufacture cell phones are going to tell us that there's all kinds of studies that say that that's not possible. But I know that when this thing is hot in my hand, and when it's hot against the side of my face, oh, yeah, something is happening, right in my body from the cell phones. And so using something like a PEMF mat can reset and can read and charge appropriately.
Lisa Beres 31:46
So much. Yeah, we use shielding devices for a phone. And we're hardwired in our home and our office. And we do Airplane Mode constantly. So whenever the fonts, not news go to airplane mode, there's a lot of things you can do just kind of common sense to reduce your exposure, but most people don't like you said, because they're being told by the industry. And there are many, many, many peer reviewed studies. But people aren't being told about that. They only hear the industry saying, Oh, it's safe, it's safe, it's safe. But that's a whole another show. But yeah, I'm all about doing whatever you can to reduce your exposure and then integrating these modalities that you're talking about link together. It's just, we live in a really toxic world today, we really have to be proactive in every area, if we want to, like we talked about have a great lifespan no healthspan not just lifespan.
William Moore 32:35
You know, I heard someone the other day, say I want to add life to my years. And if I can add years to my life, that's even better. I want to add life to my years. To live, I don't want to be the person that you see in the grocery store on the scooter. If you don't know want to maintain your muscle mass, you want to keep functioning properly, you want to keep your functions. Yeah. If you were to if you're going to be here, you don't want to be bedridden.
Lisa Beres 33:09
Yeah bedridden in front of a TV all day like we see so much. And people have gotten really accustomed and used to thinking that they're going to end up like that and not realizing that we have power and there's technology, but we do have to be proactive. Yeah, I agree with that. I'd rather live shorter and healthier than longer and miserable. And I'm sure most people listening would agree with that.
Ron Beres 33:28
I think we have a few more topics. So real quick, I asked earlier. So E W O T 30 seconds or less. You kind of did it before but exercise without oxygen therapy. We know what oxygen therapy is. So you said this is on the bike. And what was the process again?
William Moore 33:42
Yeah, so we do the PEMF mat first for 10 minutes to make the red blood cells separate. And then we take them directly over to the bicycle and we put a mask on everyone has their own mask, they wash it for themselves. We tell them how to sanitize it between between treatments. And they do 10 minutes on the bicycle with three spreads. And that is to super oxygenate your body and to push push oxygen to these hypoxic tissues. Again, as we discussed with the hyperbaric chamber earlier. So they're doing similar things. But the we're pushing oxygen with both. But there is pressure of course with the hyperbaric chamber. There's no pressure with the exercise with oxygen. I think that they're both important.
Ron Beres 34:27
William Not to put you on the spot. You said every day I do the hyperbaric oxygen chamber, but you didn't say every day you do EWOT.
William Moore 34:35
I don't. Once or twice a week is enough.
Lisa Beres 34:40
Once or twice a week. Okay? So that's something that you would have to go to a clinic like yours to get right because you can't how would you get the oxygen at home if you had your own? treadmills say you couldn't do that right?
William Moore 34:52
Well, it's an oxygen concentrator. Okay pulls up the big a big it's almost like a vinyl bag it because you exercise it fasten oxygen concentrator which is what you when you have emphysema and you see your grandparent who was a smoker forever and may excretes oxygen. That is that is an oxygen concentrator, but it doesn't put out enough oxygen fast enough size. And so we have to use one of those to to capture a large, this looks like a large balloon of oxygen and then the person reads it down to to it's empty during their 10 minute session, and then back up, and then it drains again when the next person comes in, oh, wow, it's a one way valve on it so that you can't breathe into this bag.
Lisa Beres 35:34
William Moore 35:35
And so the bag is always clean, and that they're always breathing oxygen. From there, it's 95% oxygen, and it takes about 10 to 12 minutes for someone to read all the all the oxygen out of it.
Lisa Beres 35:46
Wow. So you have people that come in every week and do that?
William Moore 35:48
Once or twice a week, our programs will we put together a biohacking program for you. Okay, we will do strength training, we'll do an exercise with oxygen, we do red light, and infrared a bed therapy. And if the hyperbaric chambers, that sort of things we'll put we also do and maybe jumping the gun with issue, maybe you're going to forget about metabolism. But we also before we start someone on one of these programs, we'd like to know what their metabolism is like. And you mentioned earlier their biological age. So we do some metabolic testing.
Lisa Beres 36:21
And I saw that on your website. Okay, so you assess like, because I'm I could have, obviously a lower metabolism than Ron. And so we want to you my treatment would be different, obviously, based on my size and everything too. But that would get a different treatment than say someone my size who has a higher metabolism, right,
William Moore 36:39
We do see things from the test, some blood gases are exchanged. And that gives us some insight into how your mitochondria, how your mitochondrial works, whether you have an efficient mitochondria system, or maybe an inefficient. And so we do get a lot of information from this metabolic test. But we're looking at a lot of a lot of factors here. So we're looking at your energy systems, we can determine if you burn more carbohydrates, proteins or fats at rest, then the next person because we're not always the same. And so when you go to a personal trainer, they typically just give you their diet that they've come up with, they might even think that they're giving you a personalized diet, that is pretty much a cookie cutter diet that gets the same diet from the same trainer, they're always going to give you the this is their diet. Well, when we do a metabolic test, we know exactly what your ratio of your macros are that you burn while you're at rest, we find out a lot about you at rest about what's happening with your metabolism, but especially with your with your nutrients, and says Can we put you on the bicycle, and we take you up to max to maximum heart rate. And we look at your energy systems as your heart rate increases, we look at how efficient your body is at changing its form of energy. And so we may think let's just say that you're a marathon runner, you may think that when your heart rate is between a certain range, that you need to be supplying it with glucose, because that's what your running coach told you when you were in college that you need to carry drinks that have glucose in them, right? Maybe you burn more more fat, maybe a combination of fat and protein. Everyone's saying, but for all of history of athletics, we've all been told that we were kind of the same and that this was one that we can find out that maybe we're not by doing these tests.
Lisa Beres 38:27
Oh, that's so interesting. Yeah, I would like to get
William Moore 38:29
Each profile on you. And then we actually, the data is analyzed by nutritionist. We have an app that the client goes through and they answer what they answer lots of questions about what they like to eat, what foods they don't like. And then the dietitian puts together based on your specific utilization of these different macros. Your diet for you, based on the foods that you like, and what we found out about you and the that.
Lisa Beres 38:59
Ron we gotta go to Dallas, right? We gotta get this done. We're both vegan. So yeah, we have a pretty strict diet but you know, maybe we're finding out that we're not eating enough something we had no idea.
William Moore 39:12
You could find some things out that you don't know you could.
Lisa Beres 39:14
So you mentioned really quick, far and near infrared light therapy, but you talk about something called Photo.. photobiomodulation PBM light therapy. Okay, what is that is that infrared therapY?
William Moore 39:30
It is a combination of red light and near infrared light. So, going back to high school physics, we had the ROY G BIV. The spectrum of light that comes the visible light all the way in the far side of it is red light. And then just past the visible spectrum of light, we have the near infrared, which is a longer wavelength. I don't want to get into too much physics here but a longer wavelength longer wavelengths penetrate deeper into human tissue. Okay, So the red light, which is what most beds are, so if you go to the red light bed at your gym, you're most likely getting into a bed. That is about 630 nanometers. That's the red light. That's one of the more common wavelengths and red light is pretty much just hitting your hair, skin and your nails. If you get into the near infrared, where are you in the eight hundreds to the low nine hundreds, which is the wavelength is invisible. So the interesting thing is, is when you see our bed, it has rows of lights. The fourth one is lit up, and then there's three that are not lit, and paper white your bulbs are out there in vocable. So they're the invisible light. And if you look at them, wow, that's interesting. Yeah, if you hold yourself caught up and look at the camera, you'll see that they're on, but you can't see them with your naked eye because they're, they're invisible. And so they light creates lots of reactions in the human body. And this has been published and studied for 20 to 30 years, I think 30 years about about how the body can react to certain wavelengths of light and how energy is created and how it can increase mitochondrial activity and create more ATP, which is our primary energy source. But that we need different depths. And so the blood is very shallow. And the next level of Near Infrared goes into the muscles, and its level can go into the organs and the longest wavelength can go deeper, it can actually go and go down to the bone.
Lisa Beres 41:38
Oh, wow. I did not know that. You explained that so well. I feel like these red light therapy centers are popping up everywhere. Nowadays, and they just say near and far and no one really, really questions that they're like, Okay,
William Moore 41:51
You have to know what's your wavelength are? Sorry, you have to know if it's actually because they it's just so confusing.
Lisa Beres 41:59
That very clearly.
William Moore 42:00
They can buy a $10,000 bed or they can buy $120,000 bed I'm talking about the facility. And you know, a lot of times facility owners try to try and cheap cheap and cheap it out because they don't think that people are going to ask the questions that they need to ask so so be sure that you find out what wave lenght.
Lisa Beres 42:18
Yeah, because people think that they think they're sweating. I would say the majority of people saying you go in there to sweat and detoxify. That's what I thought for sure. And that you know, it's doing something these lights and you're just sweating and Okay, good. I sweat it worked, you know..
William Moore 42:33
That's been used to increase your metabolism to burn calories. And it does burn calories, just like a cryotherapy chamber. It burns calories as well. It can burn you can burn 500 800 pounds in a three minute cryo practice session.
Lisa Beres 42:48
Ron braved that.
Ron Beres 42:49
I did brave that. Yeah, I did. And I couldn't eat a cupcake afterward, I would have been fine, right? Is that true? Like you literally burn 600 800 calories.
William Moore 42:59
Anywhere between 500 and 800? is what this is what I
Lisa Beres 43:01
Really you earn that right? Not for the faint of heart, right? That's like, I can do the red light therapy. The cryo is too cold.
William Moore 43:11
With the red light bed that we have is not warm. So there's no heat that's creative. So the ones that you're talking about are they're made to be a saunas.
Lisa Beres 43:22
Sauna. That's what we have.
William Moore 43:26
What we have is not that. And the reason that we don't have a red light sauna is you can get those really inexpensively for your house. And so we just didn't think that it was something that we needed to have in the clinic because they're very common, and they're all about the same. If it's got red light inside there near infrared light and it's making you hottest, which probably working. It's not the same with the photo. The photo bio modulating pad.
Lisa Beres 43:53
Right. Okay. So you don't sweat and you're not hot in that it's work. Okay, that's interesting. Yeah. Really interesting. I'm learning so much.
Ron Beres 44:03
Well, thank you, William, for being with us today.
Lisa Beres 44:06
Thank you, William, for being with us today. This was very enlightening. Yeah, thank you so much. We could talk for hours. You can learn more about Williams services at Advanced-you.com.
Ron Beres 44:19
And we'll have all the links in the show notes at Ronandlisa.com/podcast. And until next time, Bye, everyone. Thank you. Bye.
William Moore 44:29
Bye. Thank you guys.
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