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Info on yucatan peninsula Redox?

Discussion in 'Beginners Area' started by stiffyoungman, Sep 25, 2018.

  1. stiffyoungman

    stiffyoungman New Member

    I saw it mentioned in a Kruse podcast where he was being interviewed but it was only very briefly mentioned. I hunted down another podcast where he spoke more about why that area, but still not the most info.

    How can I find out more about how long it makes sense for me to go for (excluding the obvious answer of as long as you can) and what else I need to know about redoxing there.

    Is it as simple as, go there, wake up for every sunrise and be outside for every sunset and get a ton of non-sunburn sun everyday between 6:30-AM and 11AM and then again between 5-7PM? I am trying to go pretty soon, but having trouble finding info on what all I need to be doing to redox while there!
  2. Janek

    Janek Gold

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  3. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Most of that is talked about on member Q & A's I do every month.
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  4. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Basic directional information of Jack's ideas is available everywhere.
    The deeper you go into membership the more there is.
    It is your choice how you will be picking up your breadcrumbs (they are really gold nuggets).

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  5. stiffyoungman

    stiffyoungman New Member

    Are you guys basically saying the only way to get more info is to become a member? I will be in the future.

    Im not necessarily trying to get all the understanding right away. I have a ton going on but have time next month to go on a trip. In a podcast Jack mentioned to the interviewer to go for 4-7 days periodically, but I wasn't sure if that was enough time to make a difference for someone dealing with chronic issues.

    I'm not trying to be a cheapo and not sign up for the membership, the issue is I know I currently dont have time to dive into all the webinars etc. Not looking for a bunch of hand-holding for specific needs to me. Just looking for basic data on what I need to be doing in the Yucatan, how long I should be there minimum and things like that.
  6. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    The thing is this ....... The live Q&A's are a goldmine because you and everyone else on the call can ask Jack anything. Jack is very matter of fact and to the point when he answers our questions. He doesn't pull any punches.

    The quickest way for a ton of info is to listen to all of Jack's podcasts and, of course the three Nourish Vermont videos. Also Jack and Jeremy's you tube event - this is one of my very favourites.

    Jack's book is the first few years of the blog.

    It is pretty impossible to get all of this at once .....unless you are Jack!

    In my opinion ..... any time in the Yucatan is worthwhile ....go and see for yourself. See how you feel after a week or two - and then go again a few months later.

    everyone's needs are different, everyone's n==1 is very different

    Implement the three legged stool ......light, water and magnetism

    Start an optimal journal........ It is important and interesting to track our progress....
  7. Eric Waldron

    Eric Waldron New Member

    Hey Jansz,

    I've been looking at the different memberships offered, but find it a bit confusing being that the Gold and Platinum memberships are the same costs. Would you happen to know why?
  8. stiffyoungman

    stiffyoungman New Member

    How does one account for being sunburnt when the goal is to get as much sunlight as possible while there?
  9. Inna

    Inna Platinum

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  10. Sun Disciple

    Sun Disciple AKA Paul...That Call Drop'n Canadian

    Its optimal to build a solar callus in the spring by going out every morning getting as much skin exposed. continue all summer and you eill be amazed at your tolerance. IR light in the am preps skin for stronger UV later on. If your tolerance is low than pace yourself make sure you get as much light when the sun is not as strong in the am and closer to sunset. utilise shade at mid day when it gets to much for you.
  11. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Patreon has the solar callus blog and how to build it.
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