Cellular Redox Pathway Clearing with Heat Shock Proteins and Cold Thermogenesis

When it comes to many of the chronic conditions that people today struggle with, amino acid and protein synthesis are often at the forefront. In the world today we are bombarded with petroleum products, industrialized foods, and unhealthy environmental conditions such as EMF, artificial blue light, or viruses . If these go unchecked they have the potential to wreak havoc on our biology. The fact of the matter is that in this day and age it is nearly impossible not be subjected to at least some of these stressors. The key is to have the proper tools to mitigate the effects of them. GI issues such as gluten sensitivity for example typically is a protein synthesis and enzyme inefficiency that results in gastrointestinal discomfort and widespread inflammation.

Often people come up with health solutions for their own health inefficiencies and then they get marketed as trends or fads that “everyone” needs to be doing to stay healthy. In all actuality if most people spent time addressing redox pathways and building the immune system within the gut, these gluten sensitivity’s would be non-existent. We need to spend less time demonizing specific foods and more time clearing the cells so they can function uninhabited.

A great way to do this is with heat. More specifically sun light, syncing up circadian rhythm’s to your ecosystem via sun rise and sun set and getting full body sunlight primes the body for detox. Another way is through the use of intense concentrated heat like a sauna. Being in a sauna makes heat shock proteins that help maintain efficient protein synthesis. On the flip side exposing yourself to cold helps optimize the mitochondria. Both are equally important and great alone but combined create a very powerful shift cellularly in the body. We were not meant to live at 70 degrees Fahrenheit everyday all day long.

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