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Dr. Corey Ghazvini DOM - student of Dr. Jack Kruse, joins us again to answer your questions about light - food - fasting - blu blockers, red light, light hygiene - and what to do during the winter.
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My original interview with Dr. Corey - https://youtu.be/Cu8le2HodNo
QUESTIONS WE ANSWERED: What is the best diet? Seasonal or circadian eating/fasting? Should we use tanning beds in the winter? What are the benefits of red light therapy and infrared sauna? After exposing ourself to sunlight - should we wait to shower for a specific length of time for optimal absorption? If so - how long? Should I wear blue blockers at work or only at night when I’m at home? There is a window near my desk, but it doesn’t open - is this a benefit? Tips on getting UV exposure on rainy and cloudy days (or even in a rainy, cloudy environment). Does it have to be direct sunlight? Is an open window any benefit? What to do if you wake up before sunrise? Blu blockers? Should they be the red ones or are the yellow ok? Or a red light device? Difference between infrared sauna & photobiomodulation (red light therapy) - and the benefits of each Optimal time of day for red light therapy? Thoughts on grounding/earthing sheets if you live on the power grid. Out in the sun all summer and still very low vitamin D (in the 30’s) After the age of 50 - do people lose their ability to make vitamin D? Would a blood test pick up vitamin D levels from supplements & be able to differentiate between the sun and supplements? Should someone wear sunglasses while driving to protect their eyes? Thoughts on taking D3 & K2 during winter What to do if someone can’t afford a Sperti lamp and they live up north Why are someone’s eyes sensitive to the sun? How to handle cold dark winter
Corey Ghazvini, also known as the Optimal Light Doc, is a Doctor of Oriental Medicine. Corey is a Licensed Acupuncturist and Traditional Chinese Herbologist, and is also nationally board certified in Biomedicine. He graduated summa cum laude from Florida College of Integrative Medicine in 2019, earning an MS in Oriental Medicine. He is in private practice in Tallahassee, Florida and is the CEO and leading clinician of Optimal Light. Optimal Light is a health education initiative, providing coaching and education to clients worldwide. Using the integration of the ancient philosophies of the east, and meeting them with the modern scientific innovations of the west, Corey provides clients with the actionable information they need to achieve the quantum leap toward optimal health. Trying to decipher nature’s message, his ultimate goal is to answer all of life’s most enduring questions: “Who are we?”...“Where did we come from?”...“Why do we get sick?”, and “What makes us healthy?”. He is currently writing the series on the origins of biology and how light shaped life in evolution on Patreon. Join the revolution, and reconnect with nature, Where Epigenetics Reverse Disease!