Mitochondria, Sunlight, Collagen, and Energy | Podcast #401with Dr. Bern Friedlander
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00:40 - Dr. Friedlander's Study of Mitochondria
07:57 - Today's Foods - Dangerous Carbs
09:53 - How Much Is Too Much Sunlight?
24:12 - Studies and Recognitions of People Using Sunlight for Healing
29:10 - Collagen Supplementation
34:11 - 5 Types of Collagen Best for Human Body
40:39 - Tendons and Ligaments Health, Harmful Frequencies Affecting the Body
50:22 - Takeaways
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In this enlightening discussion, Dr. Justin Marchegiani and Dr. Bernd Friedlander delve deep into the pivotal role of mitochondria and sunlight in maintaining optimal health. Dr. Friedlander underscores the significance of the mitochondria, our cell's powerhouse, attributing improved sleep, reduced disease, and enhanced overall health to its proper function. He highlights the critical influence of sunlight in life's evolution on Earth and its symbiotic relationship with mitochondria. However, the contemporary world isn't without its health pitfalls.
Dr. Friedlander cautions against the adverse health implications of prevalent technologies, such as computers, cell phones, and Wi-Fi. Their frequencies, vastly differing from the human body's natural Schumann Hertz at 7.83 Hertz, pose potential risks to our cognitive and physical well-being. Emphasizing the rejuvenating power of natural light, both physicians recommend basking in morning and afternoon sunlight to realign our body's circadian rhythm, boost healing, and potentially thwart specific ailments.
The conversation also touches upon collagen's indispensable role in our health, from skin sustenance to muscular and skeletal support. They underscore the merits of collagen supplementation, particularly from superior sources, and its integral role in athletic prowess and recuperation. Dr. Friedlander champions a holistic health approach: prioritizing outdoor activities, indulging in a nutrient-rich diet emphasizing proteins and fats, and minimizing contact with detrimental technologies. The overarching theme? Nature and our interaction with it often house the remedy.
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