Part 1 Of 2: My Top 10 Steps To Biohack Longevity (& How To Get Many, Many Weird Looks From Your Neighbors) Affiliate Disclosure

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Since releasing last week’s controversial but curiosity-inducing Down The Rabbit Hole With Ben Greenfield video, I’ve received plenty of questions about my odd, far-from-orthodox daily routines for enhancing my own health, performance, and longevity.

So I figured I’d clarify everything for you in one big, mighty post that explains the majority of my quirky habits, tips, tricks, tools, devices, and strategies squeezed into my top ten tips to increase your longevity.

Finally, should you be wondering “why?” one would suck down 800 calories of mushrooms and bone broth from a blender, hang upside down in one’s dining room, push laser-light probes up one’s nose and fiddle with all manner of seemingly “non-ancestral” biohacks that you’d rarely see in more traditional, natural longevity hotspot blue zones such as Okinawa, the Italian island of Sardinia, Costa Rica’s isolated Nicoya Peninsula or Ikaria (an isolated Greek island)…

…my answer is three-fold:

1) You and I are fighting an uphill battle against a toxic, electrified, polluted, stressful, modern, post-industrial era and sometimes if you want to look, feel and perform as good as possible it does indeed require you to pull out some modern better-living-by-science stops that may not have been necessary in more ancient, clean, pristine, less-toxic times. From airline travel to X-rays to a cacophony of smartphones to cell towers, glyphosate and beyond (just read this to see what I mean), your only two options are to move to some quiet neck of the universe where you can be isolated and live a peaceful hunter-gatherer-gardener life or to (as I have) choose to live life as a modern citizen – albeit a modern citizen who sneaks home at night to snort anti-aging molecules and shine infrared lights on my gonads.

2) This stuff makes life convenient. Sure, I can fly to Colorado or move to a mountaintop to train for a week, take a two hour break from work to go get my 12pm-2pm vitamin D sunshine fix and go hunt down a natural hot springs mineral bath in the hills far beyond my home, but when time is tight and I need shortcuts or more hours available for friends, family, hobbies or work, I can also get the same effects as the aforementioned strategies by doing a brief 15 minute hypoxic-hyperoxic workout, using a Vitamin D lamp for 5 minutes, and dumping a bunch of magnesium chloride in a hot bath. You get the idea. Once again: better living through science does indeed afford us some luxuries our ancestors did not have.

3) Let’s face it: this stuff is fun and it feels good. Some people get their dopamine high and daily entertainment from watching Big Bang Theory, Game of Thrones and Walking Dead. Others enjoy a greasy burger and bag o’ fries from their favorite fast food joint. Some may dabble during the day with online poker, making macaroni and cheese or taking a long hot shower. Me? I actually enjoy an isometric, quick, 12-15 minute training protocol, an all-out that makes me feel like superman the rest of the day, mind-blowing sex after consuming a superfood shake of beets, cacao and pumpkin seeds, and typing this blog post while blasting my brain with infrared light to grown new neurons and spark creativity. Finding fun, new, novel, crazy, cool and exciting ways to make my body and brain feel better is actually a heckuva good time – and we live in an era in which we have access to an entire veritable playground to tap into this stuff.

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Whew! That’s a long intro, but I do have one last thought for you before diving in – if you don’t know my background and how I got into all this weird stuff in the first place, I’d recommend starting here.

OK, let’s do this: my top 10 steps to biohack longevity (and get plenty of weird looks from your neighbors), all compressed into my nitty-gritty daily routine.

Step 1: Do Weird Stuff In Your Underwear

It is a well-known fact among anyone who watches me on Snapchat that I rarely put any pants on until at least noon, and quite seldom don a shirt. Although some would argue that free-balling and minimal clothing is good for the gonads, there is no particular health reason that I don’t wear clothing much: it’s just the way I’ve operated since I was a baby (I am quite literally serious – my mother used to have to use clothes pins to actually force me to keep my diaper on).

Anyways, while lounging in my underwear, here are a few morning habits I consistently prioritize to enhance my longevity:

-Wake in an “intermittent fasted” state. I fast 12-16 hours per 24 hour cycle, 365 days a year. This means that if I finish dinner at 9pm, I don’t eat again until 9am to 11am. If I wake up for a midnight snack, I don’t eat again until noon. The only exception to this rule is (admittedly contrary to Satchin Panda’s teachings on time-restricted feeding’s positive effect on circadian biology) coffee and supplements. The research on fasting for longevity abounds and grows by the day.

-Gratitude journal. From improved sleep quality to reduced physical pain to better cardiovascular health, the host of scientific studies on the positive physiological effects from gratitude journaling is fascinating. So I wake and read this devotional, then I use this journal to answer three simple questions each morning: what am I grateful for? Whom can I pray for or serve today? What truth did I discover in today’s reading?

-Do deep tissue work. In the book “What Makes Olga Run?: The Mystery of the 90-Something Track Star and What She Can Teach Us About Living Longer, Happier Lives“, one fascinating takeaway is the fact that Olga kept an old wine bottle on her bedroom nightstand that she would use during the night when she woke to “mash” tissue, keep muscles supple and pain-free, and address fascial adhesions. While I’m not necessarily making hot, sweet fascial love to a bottle of wine each night, I do take 5-10 minutes each morning when I rise to dig into tissue with a Rumble Roller, MyoBuddy, ArmAid or any of the other medieval-esque torture devices scattered about my living room. Defying collagen cross-linking is an important part of the anti-aging process, and while I may not have time for a weekly 2-hour deep-tissue massage, I can certainly find time to do just a bit of self-inflicted deep-tissue work each morning.

-Take morning supplements. When it comes to the morning supplements I consume each morning (along with two large glasses of fresh, filtered, structured water) I kinda kicked this horse to death in the recent article you can read here. But in terms of the biggest wins of late when it comes to feeling amazing each day, I’d highly recommend dissolving hydrogen tablets in that morning water, snorting intranasal glutathione daily, taking 5g of creatine per day year round, taking a good probiotic and colostrum and then, with breakfast, using a very good multivitamin that has a form of folate called “methylfolate” in it and a fish oil that is packaged with antioxidants and not rancid. You can dive into my other supplement recommendations here. Incidentally, it’s rare these days that I come across any anti-aging enthusiast who is not popping somewhere in the range of 40-70 tablets or capsules of supplements per day, other anti-aging enthusiasts I’ve written about, so my own supplement regimen still pales in comparison to the likes of folks such as Dave Asprey, Peter Diamandis, and Craig Venter. Ah…I can only profess to one day rise to that level of pill-popping.

-Consume a tannin-rich beverage. Beginning early in the day, I prioritize consumption of tannin-rich beverages such as teas, coffees, wines, various berries and nuts and other such compounds rich in plant polyphenols and proven to be life-prolonging when consumed in low to moderate amounts. Some mornings I consume a high-quality green-tea and other mornings an organic black coffee, and I typically also sprinkle in hints of mushroom extracts such as turkey tail, cordyceps and chaga too (here are a few of my favorite such shroomy treats). My only rule for the morning beverage? I don’t include actual calories in it. I save any collagen, MCT oil, butter, coconut oil, ghee or any other components that might keep me from tapping into my own fatty acids as a fuel until later in the day after my fasting is complete. And of course, said beverage must be consumed from my giant Theodore Roosevelt “man-in-the-arena” mug.

-Activate body. I kiss my boys and give them a big hug before they’re off to school, and then with an enormous cup of tannins in hand, I venture into my basement man-cave to engage in my first bout of work. For 20-30 minutes I engage in my most creative, least reactive tasks of the day (essentially anything that doesn’t involve social media or e-mail but that instead requires deep work, writing, and creation). At about this point in the day, the biohacking begins to get serious: I flip on my “Awake and Alert” bulbs by Lighting Science, jumpstart my circadian rhythm by donning my ReTimer glasses and shoving my Human Charger buds into my ears, fire up my ENG3 NanoVi device to repair DNA with reactive oxygen species signaling, flip on my JOOVV lights (one in front of me and one behind me), place a Vielight alpha brain wave stimulator on my head, and turn on my rosemary essential oil nebulizing diffuser. Between the circadian-rhythm friendly lighting, the humidified air, the infrared rays and the cognition-enhancing scents, I am now feeling and operating like an optimized human machine. Life is quite good and it is now just 7:30am.

-Perform self-love for the face and mouth. At some point in the morning routine you’ve just ready about, typically either before I come downstairs to make coffee or once I pop up from the basement and before I hop onto the toilet, I do the following: a weekly clay mask to detox my skin and increase collagen and elastin production on my face (I use the Alitura clay mask for this), a daily dose of Kion Skin Serum to get rid of wrinkles, increase tone and color,and stimulate additional collagen and elastin production, and five minutes of coconut oil pulling (for that, I am currently using this stuff by Water and Wellness). A few of these simple steps taken per day can take the incredibly important organs on the top of your torso from good to great, and in my opinion, not enough people (especially men) take adequate steps to keep their skin supple and mouth kissable.

Step 2: Evacuate Thy Bowels

A quick, riveting, sphincter-puckering glance at the investigative research behind bowel movement frequency, constipation, and mortality risk reveals…

…conflicting data. Some studies show zero correlation between how often one takes a dump and one’s risk of dying or getting some kind of nasty colorectal cancer. Others show infrequent bowel movements to be a definite long-term health risk. Oddly enough, there’s a smattering (wrong word, perhaps?) of data suggesting infrequent bowel movements to actually be a healthy thing (vs. spending all your time with your legs hoisted up by your ears in a kama sutra post of defecation all day long, I suppose this also makes sense). The ancient physician Hippocrates thought bowel movements should ideally be two or three times a day.

Me personally? I do best on one glorious giant dump each morning. Get it out of the way, I say. So how do I accomplish this?

While I have plenty of podcasts on pooping, including…

–The Zen of Taking A Good Poop

–How To Have The Most Amazing Poop Of Your Life

–My interview with Dr. Robynne Chutkan

–360: What Your Poop Can Tell You About Your Health, How To Heal Tendons & Ligaments Faster, Natural Ways To Decrease Cortisol & More

–#255: How To Get Strong As A Bull (And Then Get Ripped), Cold Thermogenesis Quick Tips, How Often Should You Poop, And Much More

–The Zen Of Managing Poomergencies – Natural Remedies for Traveler’s Diarrhea

–An Easy Three Step, 42 Cent Way To Naturally Fix Constipation

–Constipation, Fecal Transplants, Fiber Myths, Resistant Starch, Probiotics & More With Konstantin Monastyrsky

…I’ve currently found success with 400-500mg of magnesium citrate the evening prior, followed by my hot tannin-rich beverage mentioned above and a combination of a bit of deep ab clockwise circles and deep tissue psoas work in the mornings (typically with a kettlebell handle, Myobuddy, or Vyper vibrating massage ball). I then simply move on to squat on the Squatty Potty, which holds a hallowed spot in each bathroom of my house. Of course, it’s not enough to simply take a glorious dump. Based on the research on the gut microbiome, gut bacteria and longevity, if you’re serious about living a long time, you must also quantify said dump. For that reason, I’m currently experimenting with three different “complete” microbiome and gut testing options:

Viome: this is the complete gut microbiome test I’ve researched and used most. Here is my experience thus far:
-What Is Viome? How Gut Metatranscriptome & Microbiome Analysis Can Change Your Health.
–Age Reversing Via The Gut, The Ultimate Anti-Anxiety Pill, Customized Probiotics & More With Billionaire Entrepreneur & Viome Founder Naveen Jain. You can get Viome testing here (and use code FITNESS to get you moved to the front of their waitlist).
Thorne: waiting for results. Stay tuned. In the meantime, you can check Thorne’s slick new test kits out here.
Thryve: waiting for results. Stay tuned. In the meantime, you can check it out here – use code “bengreenfield15” at checkout to get 15% discount on testing kit purchases, and 20% discount on gut health program purchases.
The other gut tests I perform you can peruse here. And yes, to answer the question I’ve received multiple times: I would not be opposed to the idea of getting a fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT) from an eligible, superhuman donor (this is perhaps just one step above – or I suppose in this case, below – last month’s experience of injecting my penis with stem cells). So if The Rock has banked his stool, someone simply let me know, and I will make that happen. Or perhaps I should just sell my own stool.

Step 3: Do A Hippie Workout

I am an enormous fan of, as my friend Mark Sisson so fondly puts it, “easing into my day”. Rather than beginning the day with a brutal Crossfit WOD or draining kettlebell session, whenever my schedule affords it, I simply perform 20-40 minutes of easy, fasted aerobic exercise in the morning, typically in the form of a hippie workout, which would include:

-Walking outside barefoot on the ground and in the sunshine at an easy conversation pace (or, if I’m in a strange city with syringes and glass shards on the concrete, I’ll wear my Earthrunners). This gives me a quintuplet dose of negative ions, vitamin D, nature therapy, aerobic movement, and grounding/earthing – all of which have been (along with walking speed) scientifically correlated with longevity.

-Swimming in cold water. The research on cold and longevity is also quite compelling, so if I don’t go for a swim, I still finish any of my other “easy” morning workouts with a quick cold plunge or cold shower.

-Sauna. The research on heat therapy and longevity abounds, and I’ll often combine my infrared sauna session with yoga, ELDOA or core foundation therapy in the sauna, followed, of course, by a cold soak afterwards (incidentally if you preheat both your body and the sauna adequately, you’ll receive a hefty dose of blood-boosting erythropoietin as well).

After all, a hard workout is best performed in the afternoon anyway, when your body could use that second surge of cortisol, and when body temperature, grip strength, reaction time and post workout protein synthesis all tend to peak.

To Be Continued…
OK, I will admit: I originally planned on giving you all ten longevity steps in one single, mighty blog post, but my children are begging me to take them “snow camping” (this is just what it sounds like – we pitch a tent out in the forest in the snow and freeze our asses off for the night), my wife wants to have a red wine and dark chocolate fondue party (who can say no?), and I want to go shoot my bow today (I have a big hunt in Kona coming up in April).

So in the coming weeks, right here on this website, I am going to dish out to you the additional seven steps…

…if you want them.

Do you?

Let me know in the comments section below.

Also, if you have questions, thoughts or feedback for me about the first three steps you’ve just discovered, simply leave your comments below and I will reply!

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50 THOUGHTS ON “PART 1 OF 2: MY TOP 10 STEPS TO BIOHACK LONGEVITY (& HOW TO GET MANY, MANY WEIRD LOOKS FROM YOUR NEIGHBORS)”
Taylor says:
June 21, 2019 at 5:40 am
Ben, do you think that oil pulling in the morning is breaking your fast?

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Ben Greenfield says:
July 17, 2019 at 9:23 am
If you swallow it, you’re technically breaking the fast. However, coconut oil has a low insulinogenic response and won’t knock you out of ketosis.

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Alan Murphy says:
May 20, 2019 at 3:13 am
Is this still a pretty accurate Daily Routine or has it changed now as of May 2019?

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Ben Greenfield says:
May 20, 2019 at 12:28 pm
This is pretty accurate… Have added a few things here and there to try, but haven’t for sure added them to set in stone routine.

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Michael Whitener says:
March 18, 2018 at 9:04 pm
Hey Ben – I don’t see Foundation Training in your regimen anymore. Did you drop it?

I just did a FT workshop in LA and think it’s great.

Thanks,

Michael

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Ben Greenfield says:
March 19, 2018 at 2:00 pm
Still do it!

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Cathy says:
March 15, 2018 at 12:04 pm
Do you have a promo code for JOOVV or Earthrunners?

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Herman says:
March 13, 2018 at 7:26 pm
Hi Ben

The vitamin D lamp you linked to actually is UV filtered, that means it doesn’t help vitamin D production, is there something wrong?
https://amzn.to/2NNUQVE

Thanks in advance

Herman

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Ben Greenfield says:
March 14, 2018 at 11:12 am
Was the wrong link, It’s updated now.

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Calvin Lehn says:
March 7, 2018 at 8:22 pm
What do you consider the top legal performance enhancing supplements for a serious endurance athlete? I started taking cordyceps powder (real mushrooms brand) every morning on coffee/tea. I try to limit coffee consumption to hard workout and race days to still receive the performance boost. I use the EAAs before and after hard efforts/races. Fianlly, I tried out the Biotropic Oxcia last fall and that seemed to also provide some benefits. Thoughts? Suggestions?

Thanks, I’m a big fan too 😉

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Ben Greenfield says:
March 8, 2018 at 12:53 pm
Biotropics is pretty good. Here is all the info on them: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZUr4ODszYdw

Use the stack in that video I linked to! Those, and Kion aminos are my top recommendations: https://getkion.com/shop/body/kion-aminos/

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Kyle says:
March 6, 2018 at 10:14 am
Ben, With all these supplements isn’t there a point of diminishing returns? How do you split these up during the day to get full benefit. Any cycling off? Enjoying your posts.

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Ben Greenfield says:
March 6, 2018 at 4:36 pm
I have a few articles on timing and supplements. Here’s one to check out: https://bengreenfieldfitness.com/article/suppleme…

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Bart says:
February 25, 2018 at 3:07 pm
Heck yeah Ben you comprehensive biohacking animal ! Thank you.

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Angelo says:
February 24, 2018 at 7:32 pm
Thanks for the post Ben.

Re: morning routine; does adding almond milk and stevia effect the health benefits of coffee? Would adding those elements effect the 12 hour fast?

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Ben Greenfield says:
February 25, 2018 at 10:26 am
Yes, I would stick to black.

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BJ Fogg says:
February 24, 2018 at 4:25 pm
Hey, Ben

Like many here, I do some of these things but not all. And to start doing all would require a lot of time. How do I figure out which of these I should prioritize?

Two general questions:

1. If money is no object, what are the simplest things to get the biggest results?

2. Taking money into account, what are the lowest cost (time&money) actions to get the biggest results?

And for a 54-year-old guy, how would your answers change?

You should offer this service if you don’t already: Assess a person’s strengths, needs, aspirations and then prioritize what that person should be doing.

Sign me up!

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Ben Greenfield says:
February 25, 2018 at 10:07 am
I think that’s too vague of a question for me to give a clear answer. What kind of results? Fat loss? Muscle gain? More energy? Who is the person? What’s their history? This is what I do via my one-on-one consults: https://bengreenfieldfitness.com/coaching I will say that I think cold shower are huge/pretty much free, and if money is no object, sauna: https://greenfieldfitnesssystems.com/product/clea…

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Andy says:
February 24, 2018 at 8:41 am
I’d like to know more about tech orange toe stretcher? thats on your feet whilst you’re “out in the woods”?

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Ben Greenfield says:
February 25, 2018 at 11:01 am
That is kinesiotape for a big toe injury I had. More info here: https://bengreenfieldfitness.com/podcast/recovery…

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James says:
February 23, 2018 at 5:55 am
If you lifting weights first thing in the morning, what would you take before and after working out?

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Ben Greenfield says:
February 23, 2018 at 3:29 pm
EAAs, before or after: https://getkion.com/shop/body/kion-aminos/

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Anthony says:
February 21, 2018 at 2:23 pm
Hi Ben. I am from London UK, but live in Quzhou Zhejiang in China. Thanks for all your information and podcasts. I have read 7 of your books. Basically, just wanted to thank you, I got pancreatitis in 2016, I have two little girls and basically I had to get my health fixed and conventional medicine did nothing for me, since about 3 months after getting ill, I followed the Ben Greenfield Bible; basically doing everything you do. And, it works. Thanks Ben. If you are ever in China, send me an email. Anthony

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Ben Greenfield says:
February 21, 2018 at 2:48 pm
Thanks! Very glad to hear you are bouncing back.

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Attila says:
February 21, 2018 at 10:20 am
Hi Ben. Re fasting and coffee, every medical doctor I talked about said coffee on empty stomach is not a good idea. Don’t you have any concerns about it?

Thanks.

Attila

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Ben Greenfield says:
February 23, 2018 at 3:50 pm
Coffee is nowhere near acidic as the stomach acid already in your stomach. You can drink it just fine on empty stomach unless you have something like an ulcer.

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Shawn says:
February 21, 2018 at 8:18 am
Thanks for all the great info Ben! Is it ok to take cold showers or baths at night before bed? Will the cold mess with your sleep? I have to train in the morning because of family and work. i have heard you say that you should not take cold showers etc.for two to three hours after working out so i have no time in the morning.

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Ben Greenfield says:
February 23, 2018 at 3:51 pm
Yes. Just finish with warm water so that your sympathetic nervous system is not too activated before you go to bed.

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Trisha says:
June 2, 2019 at 9:58 pm
Why shouldn’t you take a cold shower after a workout? Does this just apply to a hard workout? In your longevity seminar on Mnidvalley you said to do the contrast shower immediately after 10-20 minutes of movement first thing in the morning in a fasted state. How do you use hot/cold showers differently than just a cold shower?

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Ben Greenfield says:
June 3, 2019 at 10:21 am
It’s mainly not overexposing to cold as it can blunt the hormetic benefits of exercise… Essentially just keep it in the 2-3 minute range following workouts and if you do longer (5-10min range) soaks, showers, etc., it would be best to not do those directly after your workout.

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Ryan says:
February 21, 2018 at 7:26 am
In “Step 1 – Activate body” you mention that you use ReTimer glasses to “jumpstart my circadian rhythm”, would this work for someone who wakes up at 3:45am daily? By jumpstarting circadian rhythm would this optimize hormone levels, considering that as you sleep different hormones are released at different times to support sleep/recovery/growth… and ideally this is all synced up with the earth’s circadian rhythm and ideally you would go to sleep when the sun goes down and wake when the sun comes up? Thanks for all the great content!

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Michael says:
February 21, 2018 at 4:29 am
Would you change or add anything to a daily routine/supplements if you live in a city such as NYC?

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Ben Greenfield says:
February 23, 2018 at 3:53 pm
You might need a little bit more detoxification support, since there is more pollution/toxins/metals etc. You could consider something like this: https://greenfieldfitnesssystems.com/product/natu…

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Jeffrey says:
February 21, 2018 at 2:59 am
Hey Ben, great post! Regarding hydrogen water, do you drink this just once in the morning or multiple times throughout the day? Thanks for the info!

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Val Whybrow says:
February 20, 2018 at 9:44 pm
The neighbors already see me doing ‘weird’ things, so I’ll continue with your advice?

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Sherrie says:
February 20, 2018 at 5:10 pm
Yes! I too want to get weird looks from my neighbors. Please continue with the rest. For now, enjoy your family time.

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James says:
February 20, 2018 at 2:59 pm
Do you consider drinking coffee/tea or taking supplements, breaking a fast?

If not, can butter/cream/coconut oil be added to coffee without it breaking the fast?

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Ben Greenfield says:
February 21, 2018 at 8:47 am
Black coffee, tea and supplements are ok to take and won’t break your fast. Adding butter, cream, or coconut oil certainly would break the fast.

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Trisha says:
June 2, 2019 at 10:05 pm
Have you ever done a podcast or written an article where you weigh in on “bulletproof” coffee and the corresponding diet? What is your opinion on the claim that consuming only fat, and no carbs or protein, doesn’t interrupt autophagy and allows your body to continue reaping benefits of a fast? Does this only apply if you are in a long-term fat-metabolizing ketosis mode?

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Ben Greenfield says:
June 3, 2019 at 10:44 am
There is strong evidence that shows many benefits to consuming a diet higher in healthy fats. Having said that, there are certain genes, lifestyle issues, etc that prevent a high fat diet from being right for everyone. Here are a few good resources to get you started: http://bit.ly/2Z1v6du , http://bit.ly/2vEJjk8 and http://bit.ly/2Z2wNr3

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SlyNate says:
February 20, 2018 at 1:55 pm
Nice post Ben. I already do most of these myself, I just need to make more money so I can afford all the latest gadgets!

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Jenny says:
February 20, 2018 at 11:10 am
Do you burn essential oils in your bedroom before bed or during sleep? What kind?

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Ben Greenfield says:
February 20, 2018 at 1:39 pm
Yes, lavender and rose. https://bengreenfieldfitness.com/naturebeat

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Liam says:
February 20, 2018 at 8:17 am
Great stuff Ben. Quick question on the cold showers/swimming – seem to recall you once alternated warm/cold showers in the morning. I’ve been finishing with a cold shower within maybe 15min of when I wake up and am wondering if this might be a little much for the first part of the day in terms of its effects on morning cortisol, etc.?

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Ben Greenfield says:
February 20, 2018 at 9:28 am
I take one every morning, so I’d say no.

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Dion says:
February 20, 2018 at 7:24 am
Ben, does your morning coffee include cream? I’ve been grappling with this one for a while. I do not need to be fasting for weight loss but am looking for it’s cell repair and longevity benefits. So, does coffee with cream mitigate some of these benefits of fasting. Thx!

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Ben Greenfield says:
February 20, 2018 at 10:05 am
Mine does not as cream does contain calories. I would stick to black. Trust me, you’ll get used to and even enjoy it!

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Jessica Yoon says:
February 20, 2018 at 5:36 am
The glutathione spray you link to is an oral liquid. How do you use this intranasal? Do you transfer it to a bottle designed for intranasal use (such as ocean spray)? Since this is alcohol based, do you experience any discomfort?

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Bonnie says:
February 20, 2018 at 4:22 am
Yes! More please and thank you!! Please post about your afternoon workouts if you think applicable!!!

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Ben Greenfield says:
February 21, 2018 at 9:09 am
My afternoon workouts will be in Part II. Stay tuned!

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