18 Apr 2024

Providing updates on bodybuilding and wellness practices. Discusses preparation for a bodybuilding competition, including the intricacies of posing practice and adjustments to weight class. Also touches on upcoming changes to his wellness brand, Pillars of Wellness, and shares insights on nutrition, cooking, and addressing food sensitivities. Mentions involvement in a charity aimed at using ketamine and psychedelics to aid first responders and veterans with PTSD and addiction.

Highlights of the Podcast

00:46 – Built up a little bit bigger than it should

01:04 – The body building update

03:01 – What happens when we we fill you full of carbohydrates

04:22 – Reduced condensed milk

05:34 – The chemicals you put into your body every single day

06:44 – One of the things we see more often

07:31 – The blood food sensitivity stuff

08:54 – Our questions at Chalmers Wellness. Com

09:51 – Using ketamine and psychedelics to break PTSD

Dr. Matt Chalmers [00:00:03] Clips day. I 100% expected to get a little bit dark and then nothing else to happen. People often ask me what I think can happen on eclipse day. Nothing. From a. Earth and moon and stars and nothing. I don’t this is one of the things we could have told you. This is going to happen 100 years ago, so I don’t think anything’s going to happen. Is it possible that the moon decides to utilize this to do something silly? Of course. But there’s. You could use lies any day for some specific reason to make it make it do something silly. So I don’t think anything’s going to happen. I’m not freaking out about it. Kids are going to school the whole nine years, so. I think this has been built up a little bit bigger than it should, but it is what it is. And to be fair to everybody, this entire year is going to be chaos. Wheels off craziness. I just don’t think it’s going to start until mid-to-late June, maybe July. That’s just kind of. All right.

Dr. Matt Chalmers [00:01:02] So as far as the body building update. So we’re deposing practice this weekend. So which is still. Pretty impressive, like the amount of intricacy and delicacy via all the little things. You know, turn this toe in, push out with the ball of that foot, get it in the floor just right. Two inches further out here. Twist like. It’s there’s a lot more to it to do it right than, with it, which is how everything is. If you’re in a really high level, it’s there’s a lot to it. So that was interesting. And so I talk to Q club and I’m like, hey, man, I’m struggling to stay, you know? Two 3233 I don’t know, you know, we can drop 10 pounds of water, I know, to get to 25. And so but we got basically two months left. It’s a little bit worried about making way. He looks at me and he has. Well, it is called bodybuilding for a reason. So, we’re looking like we’re going to move up to the, to the heavier weight class, which I think is unlimited after 225. So I’ll be competing against guys who theoretically could be to 60 to 70 at the same percentage body fat. So we’ll see where that goes.

Dr. Matt Chalmers [00:02:18] I think that’ll be fun. But, we’ll just kind to keep going. I, I will say that since I know pretty much no other way to workout and to go and push and real hard, I mean, I can I can design workouts where you’re getting kind of half assed that where you’re going to use lighter weight and it’s not. But, you know, you do a whole lot more reps. But I don’t know, it’s not the way I like to workout. So we’ll we’ll see where it ends up in the next six weeks. Because we’re, we’re not quite two months anymore. We’re about six, seven weeks out. So we’ll see. One of the other things is, he goes, all right. He’s like muscle, sort of like really good. And he’s like, I can’t wait to see what happens when we we fill you full of carbohydrates and all that glycogen and perform up and see how that goes. So. I’m going to go ahead and I’m going to do that here in about 3 or 4 weeks. I’m going to try to knock as more a little bit more fat off first. We can see everything a lot better. So that should be interesting. I’m going to design out a 4050 gi, high carbohydrate. You know, 4 or 5 day pump die. And so we should see how that goes. That’s going to be, I think, interesting.

Dr. Matt Chalmers [00:03:33] So I haven’t figured out what that’s going to be yet. I’ll go into how that’s going to go as we get closer to it. Real quick on, some of the other stuff, the. The pillars of wellness. Is going to get a facelift here in about two weeks. Maybe so. And we’re gonna start changing some of the supplements over in the next couple months. The label’s in the solvent, so we’re moving to Pillars of Wellness, because that’s kind of a more encompassing. Brand and just my name, because we’re going to have other people doing other things. Lou made some videos last night. For those of you who have been asking about, you know, how to make the foods and the diets and the desserts, the efforts for what I’m eating. She made fudge. She made. What else did she make? Reduced condensed milk. The fudge is pretty good if you’re a big chocolate person. It’s big blocks of, you know, pretty solid chocolate. She’s going to do the. I think she could do the cheesecake here later this week. She’s going to do a couple of other things. So, we’ll have those in the parlor as well as website since she gets them on them. Hopefully in about ten days, we’ll have some of those videos that, have a interesting time getting them all set together and put up. But if there’s something specific you guys want to see.

Dr. Matt Chalmers [00:04:55] Hit us up. Questions at Chalmers wellness.com. And kind of tell us what you’re looking to do. I’m smoking a turkey today. Because why not. And, that should be fun. So if you guys have any questions about how we’re making of the food, what goes into it, how it looks that we think hit us up, there’s a specific keto or regular food that you guys are trying to figure out how to make or how to tweak, or how to cut the glycemic index on or whatever. So this is an email. The the diet part of this is a big, big part. You know, people always want to talk about the testosterone. They want to talk about the lifting. They want to talk about, you know, all of a sudden mutation. But the chemicals you put into your body every single day, whether that segmentation or food, are hypercritical to the way your body’s going to function and feel. So just because you’re not, well, I don’t I’m not getting fat or I’m not too fat. Yeah, but, you know, if you put it on which chemicals in your body that your body has to, like, overly work through seed oils, you know, processed stuff, things like that, it’s going to be detrimental to your health long term.

Dr. Matt Chalmers [00:05:57] So if you guys are getting into cooking, get into it like it is. It’s really, really, really a cool thing to be able to create something that’s tasty and delicious and all that stuff. So, get into it. You know, watching the watching the stuff that Lou does. I’ve started cooking a lot more. It is not nearly as difficult as you think it is. There’s little tricks and little tips to get something from a seven to a nine or a seven to a ten. And Lou will teach you some of those little things about how you fold in the sweeteners and how you, you know, cream it all out just like that. So should be able to do that. And you’re going to see a lot of those videos and then obviously ask questions. If you’re something that you don’t know or we swap this, for this or I have issues with these things or those things. One of the things we see more often than not that are causing significant issues when people are food allergies, food sensitivities, things like that. So there’s an easy way to test and get rid of those. We muscle test for them and then we thera and they go away.

Dr. Matt Chalmers [00:06:59] You know, eat a peanut and die. We can usually knock that out about 20 minutes. Some of them go from. Yeah. If I eat this, I die too. If I eat this, I sometimes get a slight stomach upset. But, you know, from a ten to a two is a pretty solid decrease in food to. One of the things we do see a lot is there’s a stacking effect. So if you’re after like 1 or 2 on six different foods and you eat those six different foods all the time, it is increasing issues. So going through and cleaning those up is a big piece. I’m not a big fan of the blood food sensitivity stuff. I haven’t seen it to be super effective. Because there’s been a lot of times who are tested way up to things as far as blood goes. And they go, every time I eat this, I don’t I don’t notice any change. And we’ll muscle test and then they’ll be on to it and then we’ll test them to get some their A level one to and they’re wildly off to it and they go yeah I don’t know how to one. Every time I eat it my throat gets scratchy and like my stomach gets real upset. I get super gassy. So I mean, I prefer muscle testing because it’s been substantially more effective, cheaper, faster and easier. So if you have somebody around who, who knows in a muscle test and actually is good at it. I would have you go muscle testing the muscle testing route long before I’d have you do the blood work. But if you guys want the blood work, we can do the blood work.

Dr. Matt Chalmers [00:08:20] That’s fine. However kind of you want it. Like I always say, I’m here to give you options, and you’re an adult. You choose. But first to things are really, really big deal. So if we’re going to start talking about, you know, changing your diet and eating different and cooking more. One of the things we’re going to talk about is the food specific stuff, because that is a big player. But the foods to me is a problem. Whether you’re getting it from a grocery store, whether you’re getting it from a restaurant where you’re having a friend make it, whether you’re eating processed foods, it doesn’t really matter. Anytime that you put a chemical in, your body reacts negatively to organizations. So, if you guys have any other questions, here’s our questions at Chalmers Wellness. Com. I won’t go through all that sort of stuff. I’ll post some pictures and posing practice. We’ll see how that goes. That was it was a great time. And every time I go, it’s it’s one of those things where it’s like, they’re like, set your ground. That’s right. I do that. So that’s toes all the way up to nose. But it’s a really, really interesting, fun thing. So as we started doing more and more of that, I’ll start posting some of those pictures, as we go along. But, you guys have a good one.

Dr. Matt Chalmers [00:09:22] And, we will talk to you hopefully later today. I think I’m gonna be a little bit late today, because we’re going to go do the eclipse thing. To ticket with the kids. But, anything else? You guys questions? Want to see? Com and, Tree of Life, dot health. The charity should be up today, and ready to go. So, guys, go ahead and go over there and donate there. And if you guys need to buy any supplementation, buy it from pillars of Walmart.com or SeaWorld store. Com and the profits for that, the proceeds for that will all go to the charity which we’re using ketamine and psychedelics to break PTSD and addiction in first responders and veterans. So if you guys have any, you know, extra time, go check that out. If you guys are needing supplements from Pillars of Wellness, those things to the pillars of wellness. I have that set ups that are coming as fresh as possible. So you might wear six things, and they come from two different, factories or warehouses, I should say. So, might you might get half one a couple of days later, but that’s, that’s kind of how we’re all doing it. So you guys have any questions? Questions at Chalmers want to start? Thanks for your time.

As always if you have any questions, please send them to Questions@ChalmersWellness.com

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