In this training, EXPOSED: “Most doctors are completely unaware and oblivious that this is happening.“ If you don’t study clinical methodology or take the time to learn about lab statistics; you’ll never know.
Your gonna learn how to discern through the confusing science camps out there and how it got so bad.
- Humans behave more like packs of wolves in terms of community
- Dynamic people develop a habit within their routine
- The Tale of The Two Rules
- Understanding Cui Bono and how to sort out authentic literature
I am really excited to start you on this journey and I hope to add a lot of value to your life as a whole.
Nutrition is remarkable in its ability to have people with completely opposite views saying they have science to support completely opposite views.
Frustrating isn’t it? What are we suppose to believe?
Welcome to Dynamism Biohack, my name is Dr. Matt Hammett Wellness & Nutrition Expert, Lifestyle Trainer and Movement Enthusiast. In each week I’m going share with you how to make the right nutritious choices despite conflicting expert opinions where I help you to discover how to unlock your inner aborigine or your inner greatness. Thank you for spending this time with me today, so let’s get into the training.
The Tale of the two rules
HOW DO YOU LOVE? It seems like a simple question; why then, are there thousands of books written on the subject? What does love mean?
The ancient Greek philosophers wrote about four different types of love. Storge, or familial love, is a word they described as the bond that exists between one who loves animals, people and animate things that surround the environment. Philia is described as friendship; it is the mutual comrade between universal values. Eros is defined as the passion, not only for sexual nature but also spiritual nature. Finally, agapic love is manifested when one person gives generously to a needy person. Agapic love is generous, without concern for reward. In 1 Corinthians, Paul writes that love is the greatest of all the virtues: “So faith, hope, love abide, these three; but the greatest of these is love” (1 Cor. 13:13).
Our life manifests with different passions of love. We have a deep-seated need to be around each other, connected, and supported.
And that leads us to Dynamism Biohack: The Tale of the two rules.
Humans behave more like packs of wolves in terms of community and the need for each other for our survival.
A world-renowned expert on animal emotions named Marc Bekoff noted that “sensory modalities drive us,” and just like wolves, mice, and elephants, humans are physically and emotionally driven by our senses. Who are some of the most loving people you know? What do they all seem to have in common? Is that a coincidence? I do not think so.
Our culture teaches us that selfishness is the path to happiness, but Dynamic people understand the act of generosity; concern for one another is the key to joy in life.
Deep-seated and lasting happiness is for the person connected to others. Selfish people seem restless and discontented. The truth is, the joy we experience through selfishness is always fleeting because it is dependent on external circumstances. Dynamic people tend to have a deep-seated relationship with the creator/God. Their happiness is not dependent on external circumstances, events, or things they possess because they depend on living a life that pleases their higher power.
Dynamic people establish connectedness by creating a habit of generosity within their routine. One of the greatest gifts we can give anyone is to help them develop their Connect driver is to encourage them to change their behaviors by learning the genius of generosity, thus creating a routine in doing so.
Senior associate editor Sarah Green Carmichael at Harvard Business Review recently reviewed the book Daily Rituals: How Artists Work by Mason Currey. Currey examines the daily routines of a number of painters, writers, and composers, along with philosophers, scientists, and other exceptional thinkers. They each had a routine that was more than a luxury; it was essential to their work. Currey puts it best, “A solid routine fosters a well-worn groove for one’s mental energies and helps stave off the tyranny of moods.” Each of these examples of Dynamic people developed a habit within their routine, and by doing so, cultivated behaviors that enabled them to become the inspiration they are today.
While establishing a habit within the routine may engage the minds of genius, it can do the opposite if that pattern is negative or toxic. The Pembrey study in humans is a great example of this. Research published in the European Journal of Human Genetics suggests that the habit within the routine cultivates individual behaviors of prepubescent boys, which influenced the phenotype of their sons and grandsons in a negative way. The authors favor the idea that negative behavioral habits cause epigenetic changes to the DNA in the developing germ line of embryos; this change is maintained and carried along with the sperm to the next generation. In the study, they looked at certain behavioral food choices. The paternal grandfathers’ food supply during mid-childhood was linked to the mortality risk ratio of grandsons. The study suggested that in humans, a one-off environmental event could influence phenotype for more than one generation. Furthermore, the establishment of the epigenetic state at these loci can be modified by the environment. Geneticists, epigeneticists, and environmental biologists are still grappling with these surprising results.
This is the tricky question: whose responsibility is it to make sure that your prepubescent children get the proper eat, move, think, connect, and coping strategies?
People with Dynamic health are asking this question of themselves. From a public health point of view, what makes the Pembrey study particularly interesting is that it argues that exposure in HUMANS can affect the development and health of HUMANS for at least two generations.5 In other words, the old cliché, “you are what you eat,” is not entirely accurate. It should be rewritten and updated, “you, your children and your grandchildren are what you eat, how you move, think, connect and cope with stressors.”
Cui Bono pronounced (Quee-bone-o); is a Latin phrase that describes a key forensic question in a legal investigation, meaning “who benefits” or “to whom profits.” People with conscious choice understand what authentic literature is and what is not. The mounds of research available to them do not discourage them. They are empowered by it. They start with the obvious, is it human?
They are not tricked by heretical research or contradicting blogs; they know how to sniff out authentic studies versus artificial turf studies, designed by spin-doctors that benefit a particular power. They understand that the investigation with rats and animals are not the best evidence in terms of humanity. They understand the new sciences concerning human epigenetics. Human lifestyle genetics offers a new empowering solution that rat studies never could. Why? Because we are human.
Please keep this in mind; what I consider a toxin that causes changes in the human DNA is anything that is not genetically congruent for humans. One substance tested in a lab may be safe for a mouse, or a rat. It may be deadly for humans. Did you know that scientists legally don’t have to publish the bad results. So, for example, if I used a frog, a mouse, a rat, and a chimpanzee. I test a substance on all four subjects. If 3 out of the 4 subjects get liver failure, or cancer, or immediate death; and I have 1 out of the 4 that shows a small amount of success. By law, I don’t have to publish the other 3 subjects; I simply choose the 1 that was most successful for the study. That’s science spinning folks, and that is legal. What is worst. Most doctors are completely unaware and oblivious that this is happening. If you don’t study clinical methodology or take the time to learn about lab statistics; you’ll never know.
How did it get to this? Let me tell you the tale of THE TWO RULES.
A scientist had a bird in his hand. He wanted to find out in what part of the bird’s body its life was and what life itself represents for humanity. He began dissecting the bird. The result was that the very life he was in search of mysteriously vanished. Those who try to understand science through a lens of a different species have a blurred vision of the reality. Even studying a human corpse, provides a blurred lens of reality. Just try taking the blood pressure, or a blood sample from a corpse? Have you heard thought about science like this?
The ability to practice what seems like common sense is not common practice. They simply see life through an anamorphic lens. Dynamic people understand that humanity thrived without modern science and education. It is the unnatural order or the synthetic order of man-made things that have stressed our planet and consequently our bodies.
It is not that I oppose medical education, but medical education without respecting the natural order of life is certainly dangerous.
You must stop examining science and physiology like dry bones! You must break open the bones and take in the life-giving marrow.
There are two rules that I have created that help people make the right conscious choice.
First, if your great-grandmother does not recognize it as food, it is not food. Second, if it is man-made- not found that way in nature, then conducer it a toxin.
Now, some toxins are necessary for us at sub-toxic doses (medications). Dynamic people are integrated with their medical doctors and their lifestyle, natural doctors. They understand that if they have a medical condition, the goal should never be to rely on pharmacology for the rest of their life if it can be avoided with proper lifestyle changes. Full disclaimer here, I am not advocating quitting your medications. I am against the doctors who fail to give their patients lifestyle goals and a lifestyle plan that may reduce and or eliminate their need for medication. Doctors who will not practice lifestyle changes and prescribe healthy lifestyle choices that work for your specific issue, should be fired! You need to find a doctor that integrates in both worlds, medication and natural health to give yourself the best fighting chance in life.
Amazingly, when Dynamic people eat foods that are right for them, it literally feeds their DNA in a positive way. When they move more, exercise and move in tiny ways throughout the day; even if your a quadriplegic. Most quadriplegics can still move something. That matters. In fact, Iv’e covered this in a different episode, but small tiny movement count most. Your tiny spinal movements are the most important in terms of generating neurology to the brain for the proper brain nutrition we require every day to stay healthy.
Research is demonstrating, that healthy eating and moving causes epigenetic changes that alter the developing germ line of embryos that carry to the next generation. Dynamic people know that how well they choose their five pillars of a dynamic fate is their fate. They don’t buy the blame it, name it and tame it with a drug approach. They understand that health is a fruit that is grown and earned.
They are also very aware that this process works in reverse toward their own detriment, should they make the wrong choices. Should they listen to the wrong doctor. It’s not the bedside manner of the doctor, nor as to how comfortable you feel when you are around them, that you just trust them, because they seem caring. Did you know that medical school added drama classes to their curriculum. That’s true. They wanted to teach doctors how to appear more caring and loving. And I’m sure most are. It’s just they never asked the tough questions? They just went with the rat and animal research, never questioning how it relates to humanity. They were never trained in natural health and lifestyle. They were trained in the artificial man made world; and of which, is turning out, science is demonstrating that our biology doesn’t know what to do with artificial and man made substances; our genome cannot recognize it, it doesn’t know what to do with it.
Where do you fall on the spectrum for making a conscious choice in terms of Cui Bono? Have you discovered while gage checking that you may have added to the profit of the exploiters? I know I have many times, and I am most certainly not proud of it.
Understanding Cui Bono and how to sort out authentic literature is an art but it can be mastered by asking yourself one question; is it human?
The truth is, if the only memorable thing you get from this training is the term Cui Bono, you will walk away at least somewhat enlightened as to why our science camps have gotten this bad. Discerning through science is an important art that is lacking in mainstream media. In fact, it doesn’t exist. Most doctors just read the headlines, maybe the summary of a study; and definitely never asking the obvious question; was it a human study or an animal?
(29)#21: Tale of The Two Rules by Dr. Matt Hammett
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