Mar 31, 2020
In this episode, we talk about the science of the coronavirus, how it spreads, what you can do and how to live a life in social quarantine when the world is shut down.
Fahad Ahmad is a serial entrepreneur who enjoys delving into the science of food and nutrition. He practices Ashtanga Yoga, Weight Training, Crossfit, Calisthenics and Plyometric type of training and has been part of the fitness and nutrition world for more than 15 years. He leads the "Modern Renaissance" lifestyle of tapping into multiple knowledge bases to solve a problem.
Corey Behn lives a multifaceted life rooted in a foundation comprised of Yoga, Science, Adventure and Nature. He has always had a burning curiosity of existence itself, constantly seeking out truth in all corners of the universe. He enjoys the sport of rock climbing and photographing beautiful landscapes and macroscapes alike. When night falls, the cosmos up above receives his full attention, studying all types of celestial entities. Corey’s role at Ketogeek originates from his love of creative cooking in the kitchen, continuously creating new symphonies of flavor and texture for our tastebuds.
0:15 - Ketogeek & membership updates
11:30 – What is a virus?
12:31 – What is coronavirus or COVID-19?
13:47 – How does the coronavirus infect the body?
16:40 – What happens in severe cases of coronavirus?
17:30 – What does it mean by “flattening the curve”?
18:47 – What are the symptoms of coronavirus
19:47 – How is the virus transmitted between people?
21:30 – What are some safety precautions you can take?
25:57 – Should you get tested for the virus?
28:51 – Should you travel during this period?
32:50 – Which people are at a higher risk?
37:41 – Do pets and animals spread the virus?
38:49 – Why is soap so effective against killing coronavirus?
41:49 – What businesses are open and which are closed?
46:40 – How can you work from home?
53:18 – What can you do during all the free time during quarantine?
1:03:03 – What kind of foods can you eat?
1:11:05 – Why are people reacting strongly towards the virus?
1:12:45 – What are some lessons we can learn from this pandemic?