Episode 254: Dr. John Jaquish
Thank you for joining us for another episode of the Low Carb MD Podcast. Dr. John Jaquish began his experience in life sciences after being told by his Mother that she had been diagnosed with osteoporosis. John, in an effort to help his mother, created a device to place axial loading through bone to safely cause osteogenic loading events.
After successfully reversing his Mother's osteoporosis, as part of his doctoral dissertation in biomedical engineering research at Rushmore University, he conducted four years of testing with human subjects focused on user comfort, biomechanics, and optimal musculoskeletal stimulation. Next, the device he designed was put into production, and has since been placed in over 300 clinics worldwide. Osteogenic loading has now helped over 30,000 individuals with their bone health.
Dr. Jaquish is currently advancing osteogenic loading research and speaking worldwide about its implications, as well as developing other biotechnology devices and products that will aid in the advanced health and wellbeing of people all around the world. He formerly a member of the Board of Directors of American Bone Health, and the editorial board of the Journal of Steroids and Hormonal Science.
In this conversation, Drs. Tro, Brian, and John talk about how John got into the biomedical field, leadership and interest issues in the American Medical Association, the damage of corruption and lack-of-integrity, the peculiar case in many Western countries of the poorest people being the fattest, why cardio is actually not conducive to weight-loss, over-eating and environmental factors relating to metabolic disease, why Dr. John switched to bands in lieu of weights, why variable resistance is better than weight training, and keeping a critically thinking mind when you take in exercise and nutrition marketing.
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