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Ep. 59: How to Increase Carbon Dioxide and Minimize Lactate (Oxygenation, Swelling, and pH Balance Part 4)

Duration: 48:41
In this episode we discuss:

The major problem with Wim Hoff breathing and an alternative that supports carbon dioxide production




Why using thyroid, caffeine, and other metabolic stimulants can increase or decrease carbon dioxide production depending on the context




Why burning carbs leads to
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In this episode we discuss:

The major problem with Wim Hoff breathing and an alternative that supports carbon dioxide production




Why using thyroid, caffeine, and other metabolic stimulants can increase or decrease carbon dioxide production depending on the context




Why burning carbs leads to more than a 50% increase in carbon dioxide production relative to fat-burning




How PUFA consumption decreases carbon dioxide production



The best carbohydrate sources to oppose stress and support carbon dioxide production


 

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Timestamps:

4:20 – energy and the structuring of water as the drivers of health and life and opposition of aging

19:05 – the role of excess lactate and a lack of CO2 in neuropathy and nerve damage in diabetes, glaucoma, and epilepsy


20:18 – how increasing mitochondrial respiration increases carbon dioxide and the importance of using carbohydrates as a fuel instead of fat when it comes to carbon dioxide production

23:16 – how PUFA consumption decreases carbon dioxide production

27:43 – how thyroid, caffeine, and B vitamins can increase carbon dioxide production

29:56 – the problem with Wim Hoff breathing and alternatives that increase carbon dioxide production, including bag breathing and Buteyko breathing

39:57 – carbohydrate sources to oppose stress and support carbon dioxide production

43:48 – other considerations regarding Buteyko, other breathing techniques, and the double-edged sword of prometabolic supplements
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