Gladden Longevity

The Hidden Part of Your Metabolism Holding You Back – Episode 145

Join Dr. Jeffrey Gladden as he chats with Barton Scott, a biochemist and founder. Barton is also a nutritionist and a researcher. For the last seven years, he has been the Founder and process developer behind Upgraded Formulas. Barton is passionate about helping people address the stress of daily life, sleep struggles, hormone issues, fatigue, and nutrient absorption issues we all face. Upgraded Formulas is a quantified wellness and nanotechnology company focused on performance and longevity–with a focus on correcting mineral deficiency led by Barton Scott, who is a Biochemist, Nutritionist, and Functional Health Expert based in Austin, TX, recognized for developing a new category of mineral supplementation called Stabilized Nano Minerals. This episode discusses why vitamins are useless without minerals and the best way to avoid mineral deficiency. They also touch on how mineral absorption issues are holding you back in your energy level and sleep quality, how they affect your adrenal and thyroid function, viral and even bacterial susceptibility, and sex hormones for both men and women. If you want to learn what to do about it, take a listen. 

Listen to this episode to learn about making a hundred the new thirty, living beyond 120, and Living Young for a Lifetime!

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Show Notes:

Dr. Gladden introduces Barton Scott and his passion for optimizing mineral content for people. (1:01) 

Scott mentions that minerals play both offense and defense. (3:29) 

Scott states that everything should be reversible. (4:55) 

Scott speaks about how the future of nutrition and medication is nano-technology. (6:47) 

Scott explains how human beings are essentially a machine within a machine. (8:24) 

Scotts touches on how magnesium affects HRV. (11:05) 

Dr. Gladden mentions that there is an epidemic of low vitamin D levels. (13:20) 

Dr. Gladden points out how too much calcium can cause cell death. (15:00) 

Scott says that you may not utilize protein very well if you don’t have enough zinc. (17:00) 

Scott notes that great nutritionists are available to help people interpret results. (19:50) 

Dr. Gladden asks Scott to talk about sodium and potassium, as they are crucial to cell membrane function.  (21:40) 

Scott elaborates on about how minerals and fat create the building blocks for hormones. (23:40) 

Scott mentions how with autism, we see a lot of heavy metal is a huge problem. (25:03) 

Scott brings up one of his trademarks which is –“Test don’t guess.” When supplementing, we must know what our current levels are. (27:37) 

Scott goes through sodium and magnesium levels. (30:45) 

Scott advises salting your water throughout your day. (32:00) 

Dr. Gladden mentions the importance of eating nutrient-dense foods throughout the day. (35:39) 

Scott goes over how magnesium helps relax all muscles, including those that control the bladder. (37:58) 

Scott explains how the recycling system in the body actually provides the iron we need each day. (39:00) 

Dr. Gladden talks about getting hooked to a plasmapheresis machine where plasma is pulled off and then replaced with albumin. (40:40) 

Scott expands on metal toxicity. (42:50) 

Scott describes how just being high in lead or low in magnesium can cause personality changes. (44:03) 

Scott details how healing the brain and neurons is a big thing. (46:40) 

Scott adds that if someone is low in magnesium and sodium or high in heavy metals, they are going to struggle to focus. (49:50) 

Dr. Gladden mentions that it’s been shown that in pregnant women that run higher iodine levels, their babies have a 10 to 15 point increase in IQ. (51:19) 

Scott shares important advice for longevity. He talks about testing, taking magnesium, and salting your water. (53:58) 

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