244. Luke Q&A Solo Show: Oxygen Therapy, My Rewilding Practices, & Gut Health Deep Dive

Luke Storey

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Before we get into today’s episode, I just want to thank all of you. I started these Q&A episodes a couple of months ago as an experiment and I’ve been blown away by the positive feedback and questions you’ve been sending my way. These are a blast for me to do and I love that it’s becoming a regular thing now.

I also want to say that I’m not a doctor. I don’t even play one on TV. However, I have spent the last few years finding and talking to the most forward-thinking doctors, wellness experts, spiritual leaders, and biohackers around — and I love sharing what I’ve learned with all of you.

If you want to ask some questions, come join us in The Life Stylist Podcast Facebook Group! It’s completely free, and you can even watch these Q&A sessions live in the future.

Jonathan wants to know more about hyperbaric oxygen chambers, which are actually great for everything from travel recovery to managing Lyme disease to treating erectile dysfunction. Tiffany asked about my rewilding experiences and how I strike a balance between the “wild,” natural lifestyle and modern biohacks. Finally, Peter wants to optimize his gut health. A classic that never goes out of style, and something that I’ve actually been working on a lot over the last few months.

Listen to learn more — and, again, thank you all for making this community so supportive and inquisitive.

Topics Discussed In This Episode:

  • What it’s like to be in a hyperbaric oxygen chamber
  • Why it’s the pressure, not the oxygen, that makes the hyperbaric oxygen treatments a transformative healing experience
  • There are other ways to get more oxygen in your brain and blood stream, but none are as safe or effective as hyperbaric oxygen chambers
  • Why I use oxygen chambers before and after flying
  • How to find an oxygen chamber near you
  • The #1 biohack to support your health — oh, and did I mention that it’s free?
  • How you can harness technology to get closer to nature
  • Becoming a modern hunter-gatherer
  • How to safely allow your body to absorb as much sun as possible
  • Dealing with a low libido or even erectile dysfunction? I have a couple hacks to help you out
  • How pornography can screw up your circadian rythym — and what you can do about it
  • The healing and grounding benefits of natural hot springs
  • How to make an ice bath in your home, if you can’t find cold a natural spring-fed body of water near you
  • Primary water: the water that the Earth makes itself
  • A highly underappreciated hack: (safely) interacting with and observing animals
  • Why limiting our range of movement is one of the biggest contributors to our society’s rapidly declining health
  • Escaping our indoor zoo to move like a wild human ape
  • Why I’ve struggled to hack my own gut health & what I’ve figured out about gut recovery
  • Don’t just guess how to address your gut health — do some tests
  • Viome: the best way to determine what foods are right for your body
  • How a functional medicine practitioner can help you optimize your unique microbiome
  • Why rectal ozone is a great option for someone with leaky gut (which is most of us these days)
  • Why you should avoid all food preservatives
  • How to cut glyphosate out of your diet, which can absolutely wreck your gut
  • Why your gut health may actually be caused by too few enzymes, not too many
  • Why you might want to consider colon cleansing, especially if you’re thinking about fasting in the near future

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