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JAMES NESTOR 3 | CHILDREN MUST CHEW REAL FOOD FOR TOOTH DEVELOPMENT

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presents episode 803 | James Nestor
High Intensity Health podcast

Chewing!!
-smoothie once in awhile fine, but
-must chew enough to really workout jaw
-ESPECIALLY FOR CHILDREN!
-or will stunt development of airways
-starts with breast feeding
-pulls face outward &
-widens palate to increase airway size
“People who were breastfed, have
lower snoring & sleep apnea later”

Chewing
-increases circulation to brain
-increases parasympathetic response
-helps drain fluid from sinuses
“Why did our ancestors NOT NEED
BRACES?
-they ALL HAD PERFECT TEETH!”
-key: chewing!

We are told that when we are adults,
like airway size, lung size is immutable…
we cannot change their size
-cannot develop diaphragm muscle
“Look at free divers…some have
lungs of 12 liters [double normal size]”

Framingham study [70 years plus]…
-most accurate marker of longevity
-not genetics or diet, but it was
LUNG SIZE & RESPIRATORY HEALTH
-breathing 20k times a day
using only upper part of lungs
-will completely wear lungs down
“Like driving a car: at every stop sign
engine keeps REVVING!
All structures in car will wear down”
Why overwork body & get LESS OXYGEN

Nasal breathing:
-helps us take deep breaths
-to relax & allow body to naturally work
-develop diaphragmatic motion
Research
-those with lung transplants, given:
-larger lungs lived LONGER
-smaller lungs lived LESS

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