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The Best Info on Peptides You’ve Ever Heard – Episode 182

Do you know that supplementing NAD or glutathione with frequent IVs might be hurting your cell’s ability to adapt? Join Dr. Jeffrey Gladden, Steve Reiter and Dr. Seeds in this episode of the Gladden Longevity Podcast. Dr. Seeds is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon practicing medicine for over 27 years and the Founder and Medical Director of the Seeds Scientific Research & Performance Mastermind. He has been honored at the NFL Hall of Fame for his medical expertise and in treating professional athletes. He serves as Professional Medical Consultant for the NHL, MLB, NBA, and NBC’s Dancing with The Stars. Dr. Seeds is also a medical researcher and continues to write and publish in the NIH and other medical journals. He is also the author of Peptide Protocols Vol.1, the world’s first handbook about peptides written for practitioners. Today at the Seeds Scientific Research and Performance Institute, he is dedicated to bringing Cellular Medicine and the study of Epigenome to the forefront of the medical community through research, training, and improved patient outcomes. His practice is at the Olympic training facility: Spire Institute Geneva, OH, and at the Redox Medical Group, Beverly Hills, CA. This episode discusses how cellular redox is quickly going to become the health goal and how this is where disease, aging, and cancer starts, and that it is also where we can find solutions. As the podcast progresses, they talk about our cell’s main job, the balance and the imbalance of oxidation and reduction, and the benefits of achieving cellular redox. They explore various peptides and their ability to maintain homeostasis of redox, improve gut health, decrease anxiety, and aid in recovery after injury or training. Moreover, they touch on the importance of addressing gut health to tackle immune issues and offer dosage recommendations for peptides.  

Listen to this episode to learn about making 100 the new 30 and Living Young for a Lifetime! 


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Show Notes:

Dr. Gladden mentions that Seeds was the one that certified him in peptides. (1:15) 
Dr. Gladden explains that we make peptides in our bodies. (2:24) 
Dr. Gladden welcomes Dr. Seeds. (4:10) 
Dr. Gladden explains cellular redox. (6:14) 
Dr. Seeds shares that his mission was to introduce people to cellular medicines. (8:09) 
Dr. Seeds speaks about making microfilaments in a cell to keep the structure of the cell symmetrical. (10:35) 
Dr. Seeds shares that if you’re regulating the infrastructure of a cell to keep it at its optimal, and you’re keeping the signaling at its optimal, then you’re reducing cellular redox issues, and you’re reducing problems that create, like fibrosis. (12:40) 
Dr. Gladden asks Dr. Seed about the interplay between GHKCU and BPC 157. (15:40) 
Dr. Gladden discloses his observations that injuries seem to heal faster with the use of peptides. (18:03) 
Dr. Gladden shares that he wakes up feeling 27 every day. (19:50) 
Dr. Gladden goes over what being nominated means. (21:25) 
Dr. Gladden emphasizes that people could make a case for using BPC on a daily basis. (24:13) 
Dr. Seeds says T-regs cells are masters of immune tolerance. (28:00) 
Dr. Seeds reveals the discovery of zonulin, which is a toxin from the cellular connection in the bowel. (32:25) 
Dr. Seeds advises that people need to focus on the gut with lots of immune issues. (35:15) 
Dr. Seeds discloses a peptide that helps with leaky gut. (37:36) 
Dr. Seeds speaks about one of the best peptides available that can be used intranasal or subcutaneously. (41:28) 
Dr. Seeds reveals that BDNF is a big player in anxiety and depression. (44:10) 
Dr. Seeds advises that you must be careful with CMAX because it’s more of an activator. (47:40) 
Dr. Seeds refers to how working with younger kids is a game changer. (50:25) 
Dr. Seeds says there are good and bad aspects of nicotinamide. (54:25) 
Dr. Seeds spells out one of the best peptides we have if you know how to use it. (57:00) 
Dr. Seeds refers to an incredible peptide that only needs to be used for short periods. (59:00) 
Steve announces that Dr. Seeds has a book on peptides and thanks everyone for listening. (1:00:07) 

To learn more about Dr. Seeds and his work, check out the following: 
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Instagram: @williamaseedsmd @ssrpinstitute @redoxmedicalgroup 


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