This week on On the Money with Secure Money, Brian Quaranta and his guests Dr. Burnett and Dr. Emily Scott explore the four pillars of health – diet, sleep, stress, and exercise – and their connection to wealth.
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Brian Quaranta 00:44
And welcome to On the Money with Secure Money. I’m your host, Brian Quaranta. And boy, I have some special guests in studio today I’ve got Thomas Burnett, Dr. Thomas Burnett and a Dr. Emily Scott. And we are going to be talking about everything, health and wealth over the next two weeks, you are not going to want to miss these episodes. And we when we come back are going to be talking about the four pillars, the four pillars of health, and you’re not going to want to miss this because I’m telling you right now, when I learned about these, it literally changed my life, we come right back with On the Money with Secure Money with secure money. And now, on the money. Any good retirement plans starts with the foundation,
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Brian Quaranta 02:00
And welcome back with On the Money with Secure Money. I’m your host, Brian Quaranta. And today we are doing an episode called Health is wealth. And again, I’ve got Dr. Burnett here and Dr. Emily Scott. Dr. Burnett is the president and founder of regeneration Pittsburgh, which is a full disclosure, I’m a patient of of these folks. And I just absolutely love the work that you guys are doing up there. And what you guys are all about because one of the things that I see being in financial planning for last 25 years specifically working with those that are retired, is we’ll get people retired, but then all of a sudden they don’t have the health to go out and do the things that they want to do. And you know, they might want to travel and you know, spend time with the grandkids but yet they can’t even bend over to pick the grandkids up or their knees her or they’re not feeling good enough to be able to even travel. So I think what you guys are doing at regeneration. Pittsburgh is absolutely amazing. I think everybody needs to know about what you guys are doing so but before we dive into all of these things we’re gonna talk about today. Dr. Burnett, tell me a little bit about what made you decide to open up your practice and do the type of work you’re doing today.
Dr. Burnett 03:08
Yeah, thanks for having us, Brian, this this is awesome. I’m super excited. I would say the question is why we are doing what we’re doing now. I would say two things. One thing I’m very passionate about to I’m very selfish. I know me at all. And I have so many patients that come in just say getting old is hell or getting old sucks. I hear it like literally every single day. So we started out with musculoskeletal pain management, sports medicine, and then that has naturally evolved into regenerative medicine so regenerative medicine stem cells and orthobiologics that the natural progression there has been into hormone replacements, hormone optimization peptides and then that’s gone to anti-aging longevity medicine, the key is increasing your health span would be a very proactive approach to ensure your aging is as healthy as possible. So, I want you, I want you to die young at an old age.
Brian Quaranta 04:03
I love that die young and old days that said perfectly right because again, I mean what’s the point of being here if you can’t actually do the things that you love to do? And Dr. Emily Scott, you know, with you being here today, you’ve joined Dr. Burnetts practice a couple years ago right?
Dr. Emily Scott 04:16
Yeah, it’s been almost two years.
Brian Quaranta 04:24
And you can agree you’ve been a great addition to his-
Dr. Burnett 4:26
Brian Quaranta 4:27
-his practice. And I know I love coming in and seeing you and all the things you’ve helped me with but let’s talk about these four pillars of health because I think you know as I continue to work with you guys and you educate me on how to better take care of my health these are some basic stuff but they’re very important to understand and know, so Emily, could you share with us these four pillars and why they’re so important?
Dr. Emily Scott 04:49
Yeah, Brian, we have diet, sleep, stress and exercise.
Brian Quaranta 04:57
Dr. Emily Scott 04:58
Seems super basic.
Brian Quaranta 04:58
Dr. Emily Scott 04:58
Things we all know we should do well at but can become quite complicated and though we have really worked with our patients on all four of the pillars, you know, we have patients that come in for knee pain. And we’re talking about sleep, right? Diet, stress, and they’re like, Well, Doctor, I’m here for my knee. Yeah, it doesn’t matter. It’s all connected.
Brian Quaranta 05:13
Yeah. Well, that’s interesting, because when I came in, you know, I was dealing with a sciatic issue because I sit in a conference room all day, meeting with clients. And then I had talked to you about just my sleep. And what there was, because I had read an article that if you’re not getting good sleep, that’s like, as bad as smoking right. I mean, that’s what the studies are showing. So, but that’s interesting that they come in for, you know, some type of other problem, but it winds up turning into more there to it. So. But in regards to diet is is, Do you guys believe in any specific type of diet? Or is it you know, just basic food pyramid stuff? Like, what’s your opinion?
Dr. Burnett 05:53
I think we both have our own, I think that we, we would not maybe push the most, but we have our own idea of what would be the best, but even that difference? I mean, there’s such there’s a science but, but an art to, to- I don’t necessarily subscribe to any specific type of diet.
Brian Quaranta 06:06
Dr. Emily Scott 06:07
Dr. Burnett 6:08
But I know you’re more of a,
Dr. Emily Scott 06:11
Yeah. So, you mentioned the food pyramid, that has somewhat gone by the wayside, that sort of old news. But gosh, you’re so you’re so right. We have paleo, keto, Mediterranean, you know, what are all these diets? And I don’t think there’s a one size fits all, I think our genome, and our ancestry actually plays into what diet is best for you. From a preventative medicine standpoint, and from a family medicine standpoint, I think most of the data for longevity is on the Mediterranean diet. And the anti-inflammatory diet, which there’s almost 99% overlap with those two diets. That’s sort of what I subscribe to. But it is individualized.
Brian Quaranta 06:53
So is there a way that you could actually test to figure out what diets better for you and what foods work better for you?
Dr. Burnett 06:59
You can test your DNA, your epigenome and see, see if you can tolerate certain foods better than others, you can think as a general rule of thumb, you should be avoiding certain things and then optimizing or getting more of the certain things. We’re going to talk a little more about that as we go along. Into the diet.
Brian Quaranta 07:15
Yeah, yeah. And then sleep, right? Why is it so bad not to sleep. I actually prided myself on the fact that I only needed like three, four hours of sleep. And then I was reminded by Manny’s that this is not a good thing, Brian, like you need to, if you can sleep eight hours like you better figure out how to do so.
Dr. Burnett 07:32
Here’s my take on it. So we spend a third of our lives sleeping. That’s how we evolved. But we’ve evolved into night owls and morning people, this kind of word world is more slanted towards the the morning people but we evolved as night as a morning people that’s to protect the clan, Matthew Walker wrote this great book on this called Why We sleep. So we evolved to be able to sleep right? Devote eight hours, seven to eight hours, ideally, to sleep. That’s why people on swing shift or night shifts are kind of at a disadvantage, or is the foundation so there’s four different stages of sleep 1, 2, 3, and then there’s the REM, and so you can go into the points on each one of those stages. But like deep sleep, for instance, deep sleep, I think is the most important, that’s what you had early probably at night, that’s what you’re getting the most, that’s when you’re losing the human growth hormone. That’s when the muscles are recovering. That’s actually when you’re healing. That’s also when you’re detoxing the brain.
Brian Quaranta 08:26
Yeah, you know, I had found out that the, we have this lymphatic system in our body, right, but the brain doesn’t have it. And my understanding is that when you look at the brain, you see all those channels in it, that’s actually the brain’s way of detoxing itself, right? Doesn’t it use those channels?
Dr. Burnett 08:42
Yes, actually, there’s a specific wavelength that delta wave was actually it’s the one time that happened throughout the day is when you hit this delta wave and it’s going from the back to the front and it’s detoxing the brain, the only time it happens-
Brian Quaranta 08:53
Dr. Burnett 08:54
-deep sleep. So super important. Specially if there’s a family history of dementia or Alzheimer’s super, super important. Make sure you get enough deep sleep.
Brian Quaranta 09:00
Is this why if I don’t get enough deep sleep, I feel foggy in the morning?
Dr. Burnett 09:05
Or you’re just drinking too much.
Brian Quaranta 09:10
Got it. Well, folks, I will tell you right now, again, go to regenpitt.com. Get a copy of this PDF, the top 10 tips for your health span. It’s the longevity roadmap. Go there right now. Don’t procrastinate on this. This truly will be helpful. You know how I feel about putting people on the right track. That’s why I created the Right Track Retirement System. It’s very important to have both your health and your wealth on track. And don’t forget, go to right track retirement.com And you can get a copy of my book where we teach you how to get your finances on track. So just thing between Dr. Burnett and Dr. Scott and myself. You are going to have a great retirement. We come right back with On the Money with Secure Money. We’re going to talk next about why stress and exercise need to be part of your strategy.
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Brian Quaranta 10:08
Alright, welcome back to On the Money with Secure Money again, I’m your host, Brian Quaranta and boy do I have special guests with me this week in the studio, Dr. Burnett and Dr. Scott. And again, we are talking about health. But we’re also talking about how important your wealth is. Because what’s the point of you having wealth if you’re not healthy? So as I promised, we’re going to talk about stress and exercise and why this is important. So, Emily, tell us a little bit about this and why this needs to be part of the process.
Dr. Emily Scott 10:38
Yeah, so stress is rampant these days. We’re all swimming in stress.
Brian Quaranta 10:44
Not me. Not me.
Dr. Emily Scott 10:46
Not us either. We know that we all have stress. Yeah, you know, whether it’s within our control or out of our control. And we know that chronic stress actually contributes to higher mortality rates. So, patients that have perceived higher stress, die faster. Isn’t that terrifying?
Brian Quaranta 11:04
Yes, yeah, it’s very terrifying. It’s even more terrifying that I hear you say it directly in my headphones. I feel like I hear you loud and clear this time.
Dr. Emily Scott 11:15
Well, we all can do a better job of mitigating our stress, right? Some of the stress we can’t control, but some of it, we can. And we can control how we respond to stress. So one of the things we touched on earlier is appropriate sleep, right? If we don’t get a good night’s sleep, we have a much higher perceived level of stress. Right? So focusing on good quality sleep, making sure we’re eating good quality foods. If you’re eating junk all day, Brian, don’t you feel worse?
Brian Quaranta 11:43
Brian Quaranta 11:48
Dr. Emily Scott 11:48
You feel more stressed.
Brian Quaranta 11:50
Yeah we have these chocolate Hershey nuggets in the office. And if I get on a roll with those I can tell you I feel awful when I get home.
Dr. Burnett 11:57
Brian Quaranta 11:59
Usually, look, that’s only like once every two months that that happens. But when it does, I’m reminded of how bad it feels.
Dr. Emily Scott 12:03
Yeah, so you know, every once in a while not a big deal. But when it’s day after day after day, it does have a cumulative effect. We want to make sure we get appropriate exercise. patients that don’t exercise appropriately have a higher perceived level of stress.
Brian Quaranta 12:17
Could walking could just walking 20 minutes a day be good enough?
Dr. Emily Scott 12:21
Walking 20 minutes a day is so wonderful, and it can have such profound positive effects on your level of stress and your health overall.
Brian Quaranta 12:29
So it doesn’t need to be this big project of going to the gym and pumping iron you know, or these HIIT exercises or all this stuff that people have done where they’re so intense with exercise these days.
Dr. Burnett 12:44
You walk outside you’re killing two birds with one stone right there.
Brian Quaranta 12:47
Dr. Burnett 12:48
Outside getting some sun.
Brian Quaranta 12:47
That helps for your for your stress right? I mean, vitamin D relaxing the mind right?
Dr. Emily Scott 12:51
Interesting point actually in Japan, physicians in Japan prescribed forest therapy.
Brian Quaranta 12:59
Dr. Emily Scott 12:59
So for their patients who have high anxiety high stress physicians write a prescription to go for a walk in the woods.
Brian Quaranta 13:05
Can we get the FDA to that?
Dr. Burnett 13:10
Siesta. A little siesta
Dr. Emily Scott 13:12
A little nap.
Brian Quaranta 13:13
Dr. Emily Scott 13:13
Brian Quaranta 13:12
So, in regards to what you guys are doing at Regeneration Pittsburgh, I mean, what things are you guys able to help the clients with to maybe get better sleep? If they’re not getting good sleep?
Dr. Emily Scott 13:25
Yeah, we are big proponents of magnesium supplementation.
Brian Quaranta 13:31
Dr. Emily Scott 13:31
I mean, most patients are most Americans are magnesium deficient. Even with a high, high nutrient dense diet, good quality diet. The food content in America has half the nutrient deficiency it did 50 years ago.
Brian Quaranta 14:38
Dr. Emily Scott 13:39
Half. So it’s important to supplement with magnesium. I usually like to recommend it before bed that way it helps us get into more deep restorative sleep. It’s also a nice natural, anti-anxiety supplement. So it helps to reduce your level of anxiety and stress.
Brian Quaranta 14:01
Is it any type of magnesium or is it a specific type that you want.
Dr. Burnett 14:05
I go more of a chelated form of magnesium? Yeah, magnesium glycinate. Anything that ends in A T E is usually the chelated, glycinate, malate, threonate blend, okay, of the three I really liked that one nutritional frontiers at Pittsburgh based company that has a great blend of chelated magnesium.
Brian Quaranta 14:25
Well, you know, when I was in and we were talking about my sleep, you know, Emily, I believe you’d recommend it to the, the threonate. Right? And I was like, wow, I definitely know now when I take it and I don’t take it right. I mean, it’s a big difference and it seems to actually make my muscles feel a little bit better too, I don’t know if that’s placebo or, or, you know,
Dr. Burnett 14:46
Yeah, that makes sense.
Brian Quaranta 14:47
Dr. Burnett 14:47
Can the muscle directly relax indirectly as well.
Brian Quaranta 14:49
Right, right. Okay.
Dr. Burnett 14:50
I would say also, you can track your sleep, you can track your sleep, make sure you get enough deep sleep and REM there’s there’s wearables like literally there’s sleep number beds will do it. There’s Fitbit Apple Watches will do with the new apps on it. There is the Oura Ring. Actually, that’s one of the highlights. Oh, I show you already Oura Ring is the best,
Brian Quaranta 15:11
I’ve been looking for any excuse to buy one of these. So that means should I do it?
Dr. Emily Scott 15:14
I’ll give you my friend referral code for $50 a month.
Dr. Burnett 15:17
That was great. So you’ll know, you know, things that like, obviously affect your sleep, but you’ll know you’ll be able to track, see what things help and hurt your sleep, you’ll be amazed, like drinking like a couple glasses of alcohol at night, a couple of glasses of wine will just like just literally destroy your sleep.
Brian Quaranta 15:32
So with all these sleep tracking apps and devices and everything, so we are talking about tracking your sleep, so let’s say you wake up, okay, because I know my Apple Watch does. And I just I don’t know what data points to look at, like, what are you looking at? Like the time you slept? Like how restful it was? And how accurate are they?
Dr. Burnett 15:51
There’s so many things it’s tracking, there’s I look at two things HRV your heart rate variability. And that is kind of a just a general assessment of how much you recovered. There’s a lot of things that go into your HRV how stressed you out. If you’re eating late at nights, it just is inverse relation to your heart rate, the faster the heart is, the less variability you have. So you want to slow the heart rate down and have there more variability in between beats. So the slower the heart rate, the more recovered you are. So look at heart rate variability, and I look at Deep sleep as well. Yeah, Rem is important too. But deep sleep is kind of the biggest.
Brain Quaranta 16:30
There’s three stages of sleep?
Dr. Burnett 16:31
Three stages, and then REM so each stage gets subsequently deeper.
Brian Quaranta 16:37
Is REM where you want to get to is that like,
Dr. Burnett 16:41
Every stage is important.
Brian Quaranta 16:41
Dr. Burnett 16:43
Deep sleep for sure. That’s the deepest one. That’s when you’re detoxing the brain. That’s when you’re releasing the human growth hormone. And then REM is equally as important, kind of creativity and consolidation of memories.
Brian Quaranta 16:55
And REM is when you’re dreaming?
Dr. Burnett 16:56
Brian Quaranta 16:57
Yeah. You told me Emily that that I shouldn’t be dreaming all night, right? Is that a bad sign? If I’m dreaming all night,
Dr. Emily Scott 17:03
Not all night
Dr. Burnett 17:06
Usually, if you’re remembering your dream and you think you’re dreaming all night, and you’re waking up during, you’re up all the night,
Brian Quaranta 17:11
So that’s not a good thing if you remember your dream, right?
Dr. Burnett 17:12
Brian Quaranta 17:15
Oh, see, that,
Dr. Burnett 17:14
Consistently, very vivid dreams, you’re just not sleeping deep enough.
Brian Quaranta 17:18
We’ll look folks, I’m telling you right now you gotta go see Dr. Burnett and Dr. Scott, they are absolutely phenomenal at the type of work that they do. Again, go to regenpitt.com regenpitt.com and get a copy of their longevity roadmap, where they’re gonna give you the 10 tips to increase your health span. And I’m telling you, you don’t want to miss this you got to go there right now and get it and I want you to read number six, because when they told me about number six, wow, that it changed my life. So again, go to regenpitt.com regenpitt.com And I believe that even when they go there, if they get the PDF and they want to come in and see I believe you’re gonna give about 15% off any services that aren’t covered by insurance or,
Dr. Burnett 17:59
Exactly I just can’t touch them which goes to insurance everything else 15%.
Brian Quaranta 18:03
Yeah, I mean, I would tell you go up, see them if you’re in pain or you’re just trying to optimize your health. These are the folks that you want to go see right off of Route 19 in Wexford, right across from the Walnut Grill right? So when we come back, we’re gonna continue to talk about health is wealth. And we’ve got a lot more to go through with you when we come right back with On the Money with Secure Money.
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Brian Quaranta 18:38
And welcome back to On the Money with Secure Money. I’m your host, Brian Quaranta. And today we are talking about how health is actually wealth. And I’ve got Dr. Burnett and Dr. Scott in the studio today. And we’re going to talk a little bit about diet again. And I am going to put you guys on the spot before the show ends. You’re not going to want to miss this last few minutes of this segment. But before I put you guys on the spot, let’s talk about diet and why it’s so important.
Dr. Emily Scott 19:06
Right, diet is one of the four key pillars that we’ve been talking about. And it’s one of the most important pillars. I think we could say each pillar is important but this one I feel very passionately about. If we don’t optimize our diet, and we continue to eat poorly over time, we are going to gain weight leads to obesity, can lead to type two diabetes, heart disease, stroke, poor sleep, mood disorders, anxiety and depression. We may not have the most mental clarity or productivity which leads to decreased productivity in the workplace. Right? There’s so many downstream effects from poor diet.
Brian Quaranta 19:43
Yeah, and by the way, if you don’t have clarity and you’ve got mental fog, you don’t care about your finances either. You know,
Dr. Burnett 19:50
You know, my kids will say and Daddy, you can survive on Oreos and Mountain Dew. That’s true. You could also, you could also run your lawnmower on like a half diesel and half regular, right? I did last year. It got really, really smoky but it ran. The thing is, how you are, how you look, how you feel, how you think is directly reflective of what you, what you put in your body.
Brian Quaranta 20:11
Dr. Burnett 20:12
This is why I am saying the, those choices throughout life really start to add up.
Brian Quaranta 20:18
Dr. Burnett 20:18
And this becomes that how efficient your cells will, will take in fuel and then make energy. This is mitochondria, this is your cellular efficiency. These choices will definitely add up.
Brian Quaranta 20:32
Is it hard to get people off of bad diets that have been on bad diets for a while?
Dr. Burnett 20:38
Dr. Emily Scott 20:39
Dr. Burnett 20:39
Dr. Burnett 20:40
The food system, the fast food, they put in their preservatives. And this is a business for them. To make that foods last as long as possible on the shelf.
Brian Quaranta 20:47
Dr. Burnett 20:48
So, hard habit to break.
Brian Quaranta 20:49
I read a book called I believe was called Metabolical. And the doctor was looking at the impact of, of sugar on the on the on the liver. And, and he was put in charge of these young kids that were all very, very obese, and he couldn’t understand why they couldn’t get them to lose weight. But one of the things that they all had in common with it with it was they had this fatty liver. And he’s trying to figure out why this is happening. And the only place you see this is with an alcoholic. But yet you see the same type of liver in somebody that eats a lot of sugar on a day-to-day basis. I found that to be absolutely fascinating. And it’s obviously slowing down the metabolism, but it’s also affecting the brain and everything else.
Dr. Emily Scott 21:29
Sugar is so inflammatory.
Brian Quaranta 21:32
Dr. Emily Scott 21:32
It really is. I mean, it’s hidden in so many foods like Dr. Burnett had mentioned. The food industry hides things into the food to make them addictive to people and sugars highly addictive. Our brain craves sugar, our brains run on two fuel sources, sugar or glucose and ketones, which you may have heard of keto? Right so our sugar, our brains run on sugar. Highly addictive.
Brian Quaranta 21:54
Yeah, so what else is important about diet?
Dr. Burnett 21:56
I’d say probably knowing what foods to avoid,
Brian Quaranta 22:00
Dr. Burnett 22:01
Is, is equally as important as knowing what foods to make sure you’re getting that,
Brian Quaranta 22:05
Dr. Burnett 22:06
And there’s certain tests you can do like food inflammation tests that we do a lot of those that kind of test your delayed sensitivity certain foods, we know certain foods cause inflammation everybody those are alcohol and sugar and most people are, have some sensitivity to dairy and bread. But you can test a little finger stick test to see what foods you might not know. My wife had a sensitivity to almond, mine was eggs. I used the eggs three days a week. I’m really highly sensitive so I don’t get any eggs anymore. I feel better.
Brian Quaranta 22:33
That’s what I need. But you never noticed that. I took the test, or you probably knew but you didn’t know until the test was saying,
Dr. Burnett 22:39
I didn’t notice the eggs right? I just I gave up eggs for 12, 12 weeks I just like didn’t really feel a difference and I started eating eggs again when I went to spring break and like oh crap that is actually,
Brian Quaranta 22:48
Dr. Burnett 22:48
What I felt like before.
Brian Quaranta 22:49
The food sensitivity tests that you guys do we’ll, we’ll lay that out for people.
Dr. Burnett 22:53
Exactly. Yeah, it’s a delayed sensitivity so you get back in, so 7 to 10 business days and it’s gonna, and you can test simple 22 food panel or 176
Brian Quaranta 22:01
Dr. Burnett 22:02
Everything preservatives, you can test everything.
Brian Quaranta 23:04
Okay, so now I’m putting you guys on the spot. So I’m gonna start with you Dr. Burnett. So what is your day of eating like and what foods do you try to keep?
Dr. Burnett 23:12
We’ve talked about fasting. I fast pretty religiously on Monday that time restricted fasting so I stopped eating at eight o’clock at night and don’t eat again until noon the next day, okay. I start, not always, but usually I will start with a probiotic and prebiotic like an athletic green. Are you familiar with athletic greens?
Brian Quaranta 23:31
Yeah!. AG1 I’ll call it. I’m a heavy user.
Dr. Burnett 23:37
All my minerals, vitamins. It has the probiotic prebiotic in there.
Brian Quaranta 23:45
Yep. And you’ll just drink that like for lunch? Is that kind of like your start?
Dr. Burnett 22:49
I drink it around like noon.
Brian Quaranta 23:55
Yeah, and that’s how you break your fast.
Dr. Burnett 23:50
Yeah, exactly. Okay, so it’s important to do something with something there. Some type of kombucha or some type of fermented food that has prebiotics and got it I think it’s important that- so I will do that and then I’m not super picky. I don’t really subscribe to any specific type of diets. I just don’t eat a lot of bread. I don’t eat a lot of dairy.
Brian Quaranta 22:15
Dr. Burnett 24:16
Chipotle is my kinda go to.
Brian Quaranta 24:17
Dr. Burnett 24:19
I try to eat as much whole foods, not the store Whole Foods, though that’s great, great store, whole foods as much as possible.
Brian Quaranta 24:25
Dr. Burnett 24:26
As much preservative free or unprocessed food as much as possible.
Brian Quaranta 24:23
What is your go to at Chipotle because I love Chipotle.
Dr. Burnett 24:26
New spicy, I think it was called Monster chicken, double chicken, fajita vegetables when they have them because they run out.
Brian Quaranta 24:37
And you can, you can eat rice because it’s not, it’s, rice doesn’t have gluten.
Dr. Burnett 24:42
No, but some people have sensitivities. But I think overall it’s, do you, do you eat rice?
Dr. Emily Scott 24:45
Brian Quaranta 24:48
So do you have to when you’re fasting like that right? And you’re, you know, starting to eat at 12 and stopping at eight. Do you really even have to calorie count? If you’re eating the right foods?
Dr. Burnett 24:57
essentially what you’re doing is decreasing your calories just by essence, you cant, I mean because you could,
Brian Quaranta 25:02
Dr. Burnett 25:03
There’s one way you can get as many calories in eight hours as you can get in.
Brian Quaranta 25:06
So I can’t thank you guys enough for joining me today on On the Money with Secure Money. And next week you’re going to be here again. And I’m excited because we have so much more to talk. And next week when we come back, we are going to be talking about the cost of care by and how expensive it can be when you’re not taking care of your health. But I want you to go to regenpitt.com regenpitt.com. Get this longevity roadmap that Dr. Burnett and Dr. Scott are offering it gives you the top 10 tips to increase your health span. And again, I want you to read number six when you get it because it’s something I did. And I found it absolutely fascinating. It really helped me and it made me feel a lot better. So again regenpitt.com. And don’t forget to get your retirement on track by going to right track your retirement.com. Again, that’s right track your timer.com where you get a copy of my book, and I teach you all the basics of how to build a retirement plan and all the key areas that you need to handle like your income, your taxes, your investments, your healthcare strategy, and most importantly your estate planning strategy. So again, thank you again for joining us this week with On the Money with Secure Money. We’ll see you again next week.
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