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What’s The Episode About?

This could be the end of brain fog for good! šŸ˜²

There is some new emerging information about a little known group of compounds that hands down will probably be the future of medicine, easily making brain fog a thing of the past, and that is what we are going to dive into on this episode of The Optimal CEO.

You’ll want to keep an open mind because a lot of this stuff is new.

I always experiment with new things like this (along with close medical colleagues) before we introduce them to patients. Even more so with these compounds since there is little long-term data available on them.

For the past year, I have been in this experimentation phase and I’m excited to see how these compounds will help people feel better and have a better quality of life outside of just simply doing diet modification, lifestyle modification, and hormone replacement therapy.

Key Points Discussed:

  • The Lego blocks similarity (01:45)
  • The natural emerging treatment compounds (04:16)
  • The plaques that form in the brain (10:07)
  • Getting people off addiction to anxiety medication using a peptide (13:54)
  • The nasal spray that enhances cognitive function and improves energy (17:07)
  • The power of proper sleep, diet and hydration (21:45)
  • A proven eight fold improvement in work capacity (25:23)

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When Was It Published?

September 11, 2019

Episode Transcript

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00:00 In today’s episode of The Optimal CEO Podcast, I’ll be sharing with you some new emerging information about a little known group of compounds that hands down will probably be the future of medicine, easily making brain fog a thing of the past. So stay tuned

00:20 Here at The Optimal CEO Podcast, we help CEO entrepreneurs who love taking ownership of their wellness journey, but because they know it’s their most prized investment and when their state of wellness is at its peak, their income source. We want to help relieve CEO entrepreneurs from the pressure of unnecessary health exposure so they can be highly focused on growing their business and physically optimize for the journey so they can enjoy getting there.

00:55 Hi, I’m Dr. Brian Brown and I’d like to personally welcome you to today’s podcast episode. Thank you for joining me. So, what are these miracle compounds I’m talking about? I’ll tell you more about the specifics here in just a moment. First, let me describe a visual example of what I’m talking about that will lead into you understanding this a little bit better. When I was a child, I had as a set of Legos. Now, Legos for me, they weren’t a huge set, but I had a lot of them. I had enough of them that if you got up in the middle of the night to go to the bathroom, you could find one of those random Legos on the floor and step on it, and really hurt your foot. The corners on those things are sharp and they hurt when you step on them in the middle of the night in the dark. But, I had enough of them and I loved playing with them.

01:45 Now, when I was a kid, we didn’t really have these big massive sets that made things like a death star, or a battleship, or anything like that. And, you know, we didn’t have big Lego sets like that. We just had plain Legos, so we’d… I’d make things like buildings and things like that, and invariably when I’d have to take it apart, I would take it apart in chunks, and just throw the chunks in the big storage box that I had. Now, when I got ready to play with those Legos again, I would invariably find a big piece or chunk of what I had previously built, and it would be like a corner of a building or something like that, and it was obvious that that set of Legos was the corner of a building. Now, the mystery compounds that I’m talking about are very similar.

02:29 In fact, generally speaking, we call them peptides. Now, peptides are just chains of… imagine Lego blocks that represent amino acids in your body, and amino acids are just building blocks of protein. Now, if you have a chain of Legos or a chain of these amino acids that link together, and they’re 50 or less, that’s called a peptide. Now, we can take snippets of these peptides out of known proteins in the body. For example, a hormone is just a fancy protein. So insulin, for example, we take a snippet out of that, and it’s a peptide and it does one particular activity. When we look at growth hormone, and we take one snippet out of that particular growth hormone chain, and it’s a peptide chain. And, it might be specific for getting rid of belly fat. Then we take another snippet out of another protein chain, and it might increase brown fat, and decrease visceral adipose tissue.

03:31 Well, if you’ve done any kind of research in hypothermia type therapy, cold cryotherapy, what they’re doing is, they’re putting your body in a state where it produces more brown fat. Brown fat is on the internal part of your organs in your abdominal area. Brown fat will actually rev up your metabolism, and cause you to burn more calories at rest. So, there are actually peptides that do that. There are peptides that decrease visceral adipose tissue, or the bad white fat that’s wrapped around all your internal organs. There are peptides that decrease fat on your abdomen and hips. There are peptides that improve memory and decrease anxiety and improve mood and improve sleep, and the list goes on and on. I’m going to talk specifically about some of these in relationship to brain fog, but that’s what we’re going to be talking about today.

04:16 We’re going to be talking about peptides, or these building blocks of proteins, these amino acids that are linked together in a chain, 50 or less. Now, some of them are called polypeptides, and that just means they have more than 50 amino acids in a chain, and some of them are called non-peptides. That means they have over a hundred amino acids in a chain, but regardless, they’re all kind of lumped into one category. It’s a little confusing on no, but just for the sake of discussion, we’re just going to call them all peptides. Whether or not they’re a peptide or polypeptide or a non-peptide, it really doesn’t matter. The bottom line is these are emerging treatment compounds that are coming out on the market and the thing is there’s that. They’re natural. They’re naturally occurring. Now the process for extracting them is not natural. The process for recreating them in a laboratory setting is not natural, but because they are amino acids, it’s not a manmade chemical structure.

05:15 It’s not able to be patented by big pharmaceutical companies. Therefore they are rapidly trying to research peptides for the sake of mimicking them in a manmade chemical structure. I hope that makes sense because it’s very important to know that what is coming down the pipe is huge. Peptides are literally setting the functional and integrative medicine community, the peak performance medicine community, the preventive aging medicine community on its ear because of the amount of data that’s coming out and the new compounds, the new peptides that are being discovered every single day. So today we’re going to focus specifically on the, that focus on brain fog and brain fog related disorders that are associated with brain fog. So the problem and the challenge that we run into when we’re talking about new therapy modalities is the fact that a lot of times we have very limited studies. We have very little data that’s been collected out there.

06:19 Not that that’s a bad thing because these are natural compounds, but there are a lot of natural compounds in the world that interact with real-world medications and things like that. But from a natural approach and with some good emerging solid data, and I’m gonna be talking about some of that here in just a second. We’re actually moving in the direction in this peak performance preventive aging, longevity type field of study, this field of medicine, we’re able to make some really huge inroads into helping people feel better and helping them feel better longer and having a better quality of life outside of just simply doing diet modification, lifestyle modification, hormone replacement therapy and so on and so forth. So the right way to approach this is really just to keep an open mind. A lot of this stuff is new. A lot of it’s so new that I’m kind of one of those that I’m cautious to be an early adopter.

07:15 I will adopt them personally. I will test them out on myself personally, but I’m not necessarily one that’s a willing to test them out on clients until I get my feet underneath me, get familiar with them clinically and start using them with myself and a few people that I know and trust really, really closely that we can test these things out. And usually these are other medical professionals that I approached and say, listen, this is what I’ve got. This is what it does or it touts that it’s supposed to do. Would you be willing to try it and give me some feedback on it? So that’s kind of the stage I’ve been in for the past year. I’ve been keeping an eye on peptides for several years now, but the past year I’ve been in this experimentation mode with myself now, right or wrong, experimentation may not be the right word to use, but it’s the word I use for me.

08:01 By the time I get ready to start using it with clients, I’m way past the experimentation mode. I am actually seeing the studies that are coming out and the data that’s coming out. I’m comfortable with the responses that I’m getting personally and the people and my close knit little group are having and then I’m proceeding forward and rolling that out with clients. Now there are some that I was early adopters zones simply because they have long term data on it out. I’ll discuss that here in just a moment. So peptides. Let’s talk about some specific peptides. Now, some of the peptides that I’m going to talk about first are specifically for neurological enhancement. There’s a peptide that is relatively new on the market called Cerebro license, cerebral license. It’s pretty doggone amazing and that it works in several different areas in the body. It may or may not mean to you, but I’ll go ahead and say this BDNF, GD enough, CDN f Ciliary neurotrophic factor or CNTF nerve growth factor or NGF.

09:06 Now that’s beside the point. Don’t get tied up in all of that, but the bottom line is a cerebral license is very neuroprotective. It actually promotes new, so growth in nerve tissue, specifically focusing here on the brain with this particular peptide and improves connections between neurons, enhances learning and enhances memory. It actually has some effect on energy and metabolism and increase glucose uptake in the brain so that the brain has more of what it needs to function. A little side note, your brain is probably one of the largest consumers of sugar than any other organ system in your body. So if you could increase glucose uptake, you’re, you’re able to process faster and things like that. Now one thing they’ve also found with cerebral license is that it actually decreases Beta amyloid. Now Beta amyloid is this horrible little protein that if it builds up, can lead to things like Alzheimer’s.

10:07 Now you, you’ve heard of, uh, you may or may not have heard in Alzheimer’s, the plaques that form in the brain. Now they’re not talking about cardiac plastics, like lipid plaques that form in your arteries. They’re talking about Beta amyloid plaques. Now there are certain, a natural substances like pycnogenol and Curcumin, and I’m talking pure curcumin. I’m not talking turmeric here that actually decreased bed, amyloid like crazy. So when we’re talking about cerebro, things like cerebra license that decreased Beta amyloid, but don’t throw the baby out with bathwater, don’t stop your things. They’re your supplements like pycnogenol and curcumin. These are in addition to, and the other thing that they’ve discovered that cerebral license actually does is it decreases neuroinflammation. Now, when I saw this, I actually thought, my gosh, it’s got the application and traumatic brain injury. If it decreases neuroinflammation. And also ms well, it just so happens is that they’ve discovered that it does help with traumatic brain injury.

11:06 There’s currently some studies going on in Europe where they’re looking at cerebra licensed, slowing, the progression of Alzheimer’s in proving the symptoms of Alzheimer’s, a aiding and a symptom, a stroke recovery after a stroke, aiding and traumatic brain injury recovery, and they’re currently doing some animal studies with Parkinson’s that are looking very promising as well. Apparently cerebra license has an antidepressant, anti-anxiety effect and type two diabetes. They’re finding that cerebra license peripherally meaning in the extremities actually decreases nerve pain related to diabetic peripheral neuropathy. Now here’s an interesting study that just came out with Cerebro Lyson. They looked at ADHD between the ages of nine and 12 and what they found was 80% of participants with only one course of cerebra licensed treatment, they had 80% of them had improvement or total amelioration of ADHD symptoms. And that sounds crazy. I used to speak for pharmaceutical companies.

12:14 I’ve spoken for pharmaceutical companies, two different, three different department pharmaceutical companies that promoted ADHD medications, and I’ve gotta be honest with you, placebo, which is Sugarpill as probably one of the most effective drugs on the market, but it doesn’t reach 80% improvement in symptoms. What this showed is that it’s beating pharmaceutical agents and it’s definitely beating placebo, which is huge. Now, the next a peptide that I’m going to move onto very quickly and, and I’m just going to discuss this on briefly, is a nasal spray and it’s called [inaudible]. I know that’s a weird name, but it’s spelled s e l a n. K. S, a link. It’s a nasal spray, uh, and it’s an antianxiety nasal spray. Now, when I was reading about this, and I’ve been studying about this for a while, one guy I heard speaking on this at a conference, actually it was talking about you have to be patient with it, and this guy came out of surgery.

13:08 That was his background. I’m coming out of psychiatry and I’m thinking, oh my gosh, so it’s going to take six to 12 weeks to kick in. He said 40% of people who take, so like respond within one to three days and the other 60% respond in three to 14 days. And I’m like, you need to be patient. You know, in the world of psychiatry where I come out of being patient means it’s probably going to take six to 12 weeks to work. And he is saying that it’s going to take a one to 14 days to work depending on the person. And I’m thinking that’s a no brainer. This is one of the ones that are early adopted without even trying it myself because I saw the data on it, I saw that it was amazing at what it did. And I’m telling you folks, if you know anything about anxiety medications, they’re very addictive.

13:54 For example, a Xanax or Advan or, Clonazepam, they’re very addictive. They have this tendency to to create a dependence that the person needs more and more and more. They’re very difficult to get off of. I’ve been able to get people off longterm users have been able to get them off in a very short period of time off of Clonazepam. And Al Price Lamb, which is Xanax very quickly, very efficiently by using them. This is absolutely one of the most amazing peptides that I’ve used so far with clients. I’ll tell you more about some of my personal experiences with some peptides coming up, but I’ve not used this particular one because my depression and anxiety years are kind of behind me. I just don’t have issues in that area right now. A select also in studies shows that it helps with depression. It has some anti-viral activity, which I felt thought it was very interesting.

14:44 It actually improves memory, you know, in this podcast episode is about brain fog and improves memory focus and blood flow to the brain. So what better way to take care of brain fog than being on a peptide like so like so. The next peptide is called Dihexa. In our, Dihexa is an interesting peptide that appears to have multiple applications in the areas of dementia or Alzheimer’s stroke, traumatic brain injury. There’s actually some emerging data that shows that it remyelinate the spinal cord nerves and spinal cord injuries. And in Ms. That’s huge because those are d myelination disorders, especially ms which is very debilitating over time and it remodel and eats those nerves, helps with wound repair apparently helps with hearing loss and macular degeneration, so Dihexa, this seems to be one of these multifactorial peptides that has a lot of different effects. Now, BDNF is something that in as a gene affects learning memory is in stress adaptation.

15:56 Now de Hexa has a seven order of magnitude higher strength than BDNF. Now, BDNF is potent in the body when activated, but Diexa have a, has a seven order of magnitude creator’s strength than BDNF. This literally means if you do the calculation, cause a, an order of magnitude is huge. Mathematically, seven orders of magnitude stronger than BDNF literally translates to 10 million times stronger than BDNF. Enhancing learning, memory and stress adaptation. In other words, neuroplasticity, the ability of the brains adapt to stresses, so diags is definitely one of those to keep an eye on. It concerns me just a little bit and I think I’m going to wait on the research a little bit more unless there’s reason to use it like a traumatic brain injury or something like that. I think I’ll hold back and watch what the research says on this. There are actually some chemo therapy type treatments for cancer that actually deactivate certain pathways that Dihexa actually activates.

17:07 So I think this one is worth watching, but I don’t think it’s worth jumping on the bandwagon with yet. And now one that I was an early adopter own personally, I’ve not tried it with any patients yet, is another peptide called RG three. Now RJ three is a nasal spray. It enhances cognitive function, it improves energy, and the crazy thing is simulated exercise and when you combine it with exercise, the effects are compounded drastically. There’s a particular gene in the body called a PGC one alpha protein gene, and that’s what a RJ three specific targets when it does this, it when the PTC one alpha gene is upregulated, it upregulates mitochondrial biogenesis. Now that’s just the simple word for we’re going to make the mitochondria more proliferative and stronger and more active. And when you make more mitochondria inside your cells, you increase your resting metabolic rate, you, which by the way it translates to weight loss.

18:15 You increase your VO2 Max, which translates to better exercise tolerance, meaning you’re able to go longer when you’re doing endurance-type exercises like a run, a long cycling routine, a high-intensity interval training type program, whatever, where you need more oxygen. It increases vo two Max and previously just with exercise alone, when you look at exercise, exercise will actually activate PTC one alpha in itself. That’s where we get some of the benefits of exercise. That downside to exercise as we produce a lot of free radicals, free radicals if left alone. They do a lot of damage to the body. So we have to get those out of there. So I know me personally in order to help after exercise and get rid of free radicals, uh, onboard free radical scavengers like branched chain amino acids, pycnogenol grapeseed extract, high dose vitamin C, so on and so forth.

19:12 To as free radical scavengers to get those free radicals out of my body and then I’ll flush with plenty of water, drink plenty of water after exercise and but the crazy thing about RG three is that we don’t really see this because it up-regulates free radical scavengers and Nerf to catalysts and m sod or superoxide dismutase. Now all those are words you don’t need to get technical with. The bottom line is that it’s crazy good at not only upregulating the good effects of exercise, those particular types of genes, it then comes back behind it and upregulates free radical scavengers to take care of the junk that’s created by that. It also upregulates AMPK K and if you’ve been doing any kind of research and longevity medicine for any length of time, amp k has been on the radar for quite a while. In fact, you’ll see some data out there on amp k related to metformin.

20:07 There are some schools of thought out there that say Metformin, which is a type two diabetes medication and low doses probably should be taken by most everybody over 40 I personally don’t subscribe to that. I think you can take care of those things in other ways, but I see where they’re coming from. And we do know that people who take metformin longterm tend to have fewer incidences of stroke and heart attack and Alzheimer’s. And they think it’s because of this upregulation of amp k they call it an an a longevity type enzyme and it upregulates p a CC and da down-regulates m tour, which is very beneficial for longevity overall health and just in feeling well and longevity. So bottom line is RG three is pretty amazing. I’ve been taking RG three now for about four months. And what the biggest thing I’ve noticed other than a key attention, concentration and focus brain fog is completely gone.

21:03 And not that I was having a lot of it, but I thought I was in a good place until I got on our g three and it was like, oh my gosh. I mean there is no brain fog. It helps me focus and concentrate. It helps me push through on task. And one thing I’ve noticed in the gym as like my vo two Max has gone up tremendously. It’s like I can go four hours if I wanted to doing cardio. Whereas previously I was pretty gassed at the 35 to 40 minute mark. So now it seems like I can just go kind of like the energizer bunny. And the crazy thing is is it doesn’t cause any kind of TAC. A cardia doesn’t have a stimulant effect or anything like that. It just increases the rest of the metabolic or Ike and the vo two Max in that particular respect.

21:45 So anyway, that’s kind of the neurologic, unless we start talking about sleep and, and then you could probably put sleep peptides in the neurologic category, but when it comes to attention, concentration and focus and brain fog, usually from a lifestyle standpoint, one of the first things I talk to people about aside from diet is how are you sleeping? The third thing is hydration. So sleep, diet and hydration. If those things are on point, then we can proceed forward and move on to the next. But a lot of times you’re kind of find one or two or all three of those out of sorts out of whack. And when that occurs that just look at sleep. If sleep alone is out of whack, you’re going to have brain fog. You’re not going to function well the next day. There’s actually some good data on kids and testing scores who don’t.

22:30 Kids who don’t sleep well and their attention concentration focus, their brain fog is higher and they actually score lower on cognitive testing so we know that sleep is important. I’m preaching to the choir here. My listeners know that, but there’s a peptide called d sip. It stands for Delta sleep inducing peptide. Now the problem with d sip is it’s only effective in 50% of people that take it, but when it is effective it’s they jokingly call it the sleep of the dead. In other words, you go into very robust stage for deep sleep and that’s why they call it the sleep of the dead. I have not used [inaudible] in anyone yet. I’m pretty good at taking care of sleep issues and other ways, but it’s one of the ones that I would not have any hesitation using at this point based on the data that we have.

23:18 Another sleep peptide that can help with those types of issues is Epitalon. Now Epitalon, depending on what country you’re in, will be called a piddle on Epitalon or Epithalon, E. P. A. T. H. A. L. O. N. It’s spelled different country to country. It’s the same peptide and this particular peptide is very interesting to me. I’ve personally done one round. Now I didn’t say this early and I’ll say it now, some peptides are taken continuously, some peptides are taken for short courses and that stopped and you may or may not need them again. And some peptides like a pet Parallon are actually taken on an ongoing cyclical basis. So in other words, with the line, you’re taking a 20-day course. It is an injection with a little bitty insulin syringe needle. It’s an injection of a half of a CC every day for 20 days, and you repeat that every six months.

24:19 Now I’m going to talk in the next section coming up here about a pit alon specifically, but just related to sleep. It increases the secretion of Melatonin in the brain by as much as threefold. And the sleep studies that have been done are actually shorter-term studies, but, and we’re going to talk about some longer-term data with the pedal on is probably one of the oldest known peptides on the market. The oldest researched anyway, and that research comes out of Russia, but that’s beside the point. A pedal line resets their circadian rhythm. An interesting thing that they found with the pedal on related to sleep, when they were doing the sleep studies, they noticed from just observational studies when they were collecting their data. That other study showed that shift workers who worked at night, whether they be flight attendants or nurses or doctors who worked night shifts and slept during the day when their circadian rhythms were off like that, they had increased cancer rates with a pit alon.

25:23 Have they actually noticed that the cancer rates went down for shift workers? I thought that was pretty amazing. So is sleep related to cancer? I think the answer’s yes. And that’s another one of those emerging things that we’ve seen is that we know that shift workers actually have higher rates of certain types of cancer and a pedal on appears to not only help with Melatonin secretion, it also appears to decrease a cancer rates and shift workers. Now I’m going to talk a little bit more detail about a pedal on Dr. Cabin son out of the University of St Petersburg and Russia has longterm data on this particular peptide. He’s been fascinated with it for almost 20 years and to date we have going on a 15 year longitudinal or longterm study with a [inaudible]. Now that’s unprecedented and this is a human study. These are not animal studies and this is what he’s found, an eight fold and provement and work capacity.

26:25 Now let me tell you how significant that is because the participants that Dr Kevin put into this study if you had to guess their age, what would you say? If you’re thinking in the 20s and 30s or wrong, he actually did what researchers never do and they put participants, participants in who were over age 70 so the gamut between age 70 and 90 is where his study participants lie and uh, typically as a research and research design, unless you’re looking at a geriatric drug, you do not include people like that in a study that’s looking at enhancement and energy enhancement and longevity, so on so forth. You’re going to look at younger populations like in their forties and 50s and things like that, but these folks were between age 70 and 90 and they had an eightfold improvement and work capacity. They subjectively said that they just had an overall sense of wellbeing that was in greater than it was before the study.

27:24 They really didn’t have a tool to measure that. I was kind of sad about that because there are some really good tools out there for on assessment of wellbeing, but they didn’t, they didn’t assess that in the beginning. They just said subjectively they reported increased sense of wellbeing. 65% experience increase in heart rate variability and heart rate variability is what they’re calling the other vital sign. That’s what we’re learning. That actually is probably more predictive of longevity than anything you may have heard it referred to as HRV, so heart rate variability is very important, but there’s a 65% of participants experienced an increase in HRV, a 2.5 fold decrease and fatigability participants who were taking a pedal on 67% increased survivability over a 15 year period. The bottom line, that translates to the fact that you live longer when you’re doing this particular peptide. Now, telomere length is the best way I know how to explain that is if you remember those old xerox machines and you, you would make a copy of a copy of a copy of a copy of a copy and it would get more and more grainy and dirty looking over a time.

28:31 That’s what happens with our genes and it’s due to the length of the telomere getting shorter and shorter and shorter. It’s just not as healthy as it used to be. It’s not as clear as it used to be. Well, what they found with a pedal on is a 15 to 33% increase and telomere length, so it’s reversing that process and making it better. I had normalized this cholesterol. There is a 56% improvement in memory. See there you go with the brain fog stuff, 35% increase in t-cell function. Those are, those are a specific type of white blood cells that are kind of first line of defense when you get ill and as we age our t-cells go down. They had a 35% increase in t-cell function, a 2.4 fold increase in Melatonin, 80% increase in bone density, 28% decrease in mortality and a significant increase in skin elasticity and youthful appearance.

29:25 That peddle on is probably one of the most amazing peptides I’ve seen other than this next one that’s coming up and it’s a new kid on the block. It’s called Mott’s c now. It is so new that I am personally about to try it myself. I have not had a client on it. I don’t know anybody that’s taken it other than my mentor who’s actually guiding me through this peptide journey and but mostly being brand new on the market looks pretty amazing. It actually increases thermogenic brown fat and it talked about Brown fat earlier in the podcast episode. It actually increases that would actually increases weight loss or increased metabolism over the long term. It decreases fat gain. When you’re on a hot that ketogenetic Type Diet, it increases glucose uptake and glycolysis, which in it upregulates mitochondrial biogenesis and we know from the previous couple of moments ago that increases your resting metabolic rate, increases your vo two Max and then there’s this little thing called Nad. Nad Is this energy substance that your mitochondria you use for fuel.

30:35 It cycles in and out of the moderate Chondra. It’s 60,000 times per second and ID is very difficult to measure. You can measure byproducts of Nid, but nad in and of itself is very difficult to measure and it elevates cellular Nad. This is huge people. I can’t explain how huge this is because you’re talking about attention, concentration and focus and brain fog. A lot of times it’s related to very weak, very sluggish mitochondria. And when you can start helping those mitochondria get better and you’re going to help with things like brain fog. So that kind of wraps it up for the peptides. I know that was fast and furious. The bottom line is these are new, these are emerging. They’re things that we have to keep on our own. And when we get rid of brain fog, I mean it just the, it opens up a whole oyster shell full of possibilities of what’s out there for us being a better husband, being a better wife, being a better partner, being a better parent, being a better boss, uh, being able to do the things that you want to do, being able to accomplish the things you want to accomplish, getting back to peak performance and having this longevity that is quality, longevity, not just longevity for the sake of longevity.

31:48 So again, I think the possibilities are pretty limitless when you get rid of brain fog. And I’m pretty sure if you think about it, you’ll feel the same way. That wraps it up for today. I’m going to leave you with this. I’m a peak performance and longevity strategist. You know, I help entrepreneurs, influencers, and CEOs high achieving people move from great to extraordinary by crafting a custom-tailored wellness plan that helps them uncover hidden imbalances, dominate at the peak performance level and optimize for life longevity. If you’re struggling with brain fog or just plain old feel bad and can’t quite seem to find the right solution to fix it in, my inbox is always open. I’d love to schedule a breakthrough call with you so we can explore some possible solutions to get your back on track. You can message me on Instagram or Facebook at The Optimal CEO and I’ll send you a link for a quick application. Then if I see we’re a good fit, we’ll schedule a call. I’d like to thank you for joining me today. Please tune in next time. We’re going to be talking about more ways that you as a high achieving person can live and optimize life. You won’t want to miss it, so stay tuned. Until next time, this is Dr. Brian Brown, The Optimal CEO signing off. I hope you have an optimal day

33:08 Here at the Optimal CEO podcast, we help CEO entrepreneurs who love taking ownership of their wellness journey, but because they know it’s their most prized investment and when their state of wellness is at its peak, their income source. We want to help relieve CEO entrepreneurs from the pressure of unnecessary health exposure so they can be highly focused on growing their business and physically optimize for the journey so they can enjoy getting there.


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