Atom’s Blog

Atom’s Blog

Atom Bergstrom, born Gosta Ingvar Bergstrom, Jr, is credited as the founder of Sun Sync and the leading expert on a Sun-Centric lifestyle.

Atom’s journey towards health, nutrition, longevity, and meditation goes back to 1955, when he first started reading books by D.C. Jarvis, J.I. Rodale, Carlton Fredericks, Adelle Davis, Aldous Huxley, Paramahansa Yogananda, Swami Prabhavananda, and numerous others. His exposure to the above mentioned authors instigated a deep desire and passion to understand and unlock the secrets to optimal human wellness and longevity.

Atom was inspired by the words of Thomas Jefferson: “School teaches all of the branches, but none of the roots.” He sought the answers to his questions, not in classrooms, but in books, relationships, and life experiences. His quest for true knowledge and wisdom began by studying in hundreds of libraries across the country and evolved by studying with teachers and masters including Swami Adano Ley, Sufi Adnan Sarhan, Rabbi Michael Shapiro, Taoist Master Yun Xiang Tseng, and Fitness Icon Gypsy Boots.

His most significant teacher was Swami Adano Ley with whom he spent 14 years. During this time, he studied a variety of sciences extensively, including the sun centric lifestyle, and ultimately graduated from Adano Ley’s Texas Institute of Reflex Sciences. The knowledge and wisdom he gained studying under a highly evolved swami combined with his emphasis on scientific research & personal experience would soon become the heartbeat of Sun Sync Nutrition.

For the past 40 years, Atom has dedicated his life to the continuous learning and teaching of Sun Sync Nutrition, Time Conscious Eating, Cosmo-Chemistry, Reflexology, Muscle Response Testing, Body Language Analysis, Iris Analysis, Lucid Dreaming, Meditation and many other sciences.

How to Yawn #17

How to Yawn #17 By Atom Bergstrom Atom’s Blog Holistic Stretching (simultaneous yawning and stretching) defends against (among other things) neurotoxins such as serotonin and estrogen. Neurotoxins? Serotonin is a poison that acts on the nervous system? Estrogen too? Ray Peat (“Serotonin, depression, and aggression: The problem of brain energy,”2012) wrote … “The number of…

How to Yawn #16

How to Yawn #16 By Atom Bergstrom Atom’s Blog Let’s talk common horse sense. Andrew Ferguson Fraser (The Behaviour and Welfare of the Horse, 2010) wrote … “This stretching phenomenon is termed pandiculation in human medicine. This stationary activity is vital to a foal’s growth and joint correctness. It has as much effect on tendons,…

Ears & Yellow Fat Disease

Ears & Yellow Fat Disease By Atom Bergstrom Atom’s Blog Lipofuscin accumulates in the ears as well as many other parts of the body. It’s the cause of Broad-Spectrum Yellow Fat Disease (cumulative lipofuscinosis). Lipofuscin is often associated with “aging,” but I beg to differ. It’s not the length of the journey that breaks us…

How to Yawn #15

How to Yawn #15       By Atom Bergstrom Atom’s Blog Saturated fat is structured carbon dioxide combined with structured water. Maybe you know about structured water, but have you heard about structured carbon dioxide? <> The mathematics of weight loss is worked out in a TED Talk by Ruben Meerman (published Oct. 10,…

How to Yawn #14

How to Yawn #14       By Atom Bergstrom Atom’s Blog Can you yawn your fat away? Does Grizzly Adams have a beard? Does the Pope wear a funny hat? Does a pigeon’s bum pucker in a power dive? <> Science is slowly catching up to Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty), who taught me (and…

The Heart Is Not a Pump #2

The Heart Is Not a Pump #2       By Atom Bergstrom Atom’s Blog M.J. Rodermund, M.D. (“Does the Heart Circulate the Blood? A Startling View as to the Power that Circulates the Blood Throughout the Body,” 1909) wrote … “The very size of the heart itself refutes the idea that it could accomplish…

The Heart Is Not a Pump #1

The Heart Is Not a Pump #1     By Atom Bergstrom Atom’s Blog The Chinese knew the difference between the Heart Meridian and the Circulation-Sex/Pericardium Meridian. <> M.J. Rodermund, M.D. (“Does the Heart Circulate the Blood? A Startling View as to the Power that Circulates the Blood Throughout the Body,” 1909) wrote … “The…

Heartburn Is Vomiting Lite

Heartburn Is Vomiting Lite   By Atom Bergstrom Atom’s Blog Vomiting relieves gaseous pressurization (doctor-speak for “gas pressure”). That’s why vomiting eases a gall bladder attack. Heartburn is Vomiting Lite. Heartburn is incomplete vomiting. Both involve the stomach and the upper five feet of the small intestine. The small intestine is ten feet long when…

How to Yawn #13

How to Yawn #13     By Atom Bergstrom Atom’s Blog Yawning is the Earth Breath, a reflex of the first endocrine acceleration, Matter acting on Matter. Sputtering is the Water Breath, a reflex of the second endocrine acceleration, Energy acting on Matter. Sniffing is the Fire Breath, a reflex of the third endocrine acceleration,…

How to Yawn #12

How to Yawn #12       By Atom Bergstrom Atom’s Blog Re: How does deep yawning affect carbon dioxide/oxygen levels? And then, what follows from that? According to the beaker boys, yawning doesn’t affect carbon dioxide/oxygen levels, but their research is superficial. Spontaneous yawning was investigated, not Deep and/or Extended Intentional Yawning. Obviously, the…

How to Yawn #11

How to Yawn #11       By Atom Bergstrom Atom’s Blog Why is heartburn more common among the elderly and pregnant? Perhaps if the elderly would stretch and yawn more often they wouldn’t be so elderly anymore. Yawning and stretching won’t make a pregnant woman less pregnant, but it will relieve her heartburn. “Elderly”…

How to Yawn #10

How To Yawn #10       By Atom Bergstrom Atom’s Blog Gas pressure works locally as well as systemically. Take the case of heartburn — Vomiting Lite. <> What happens when we vomit? Gas pressure causes retroperistalsis (the reverse of peristalsis), traveling all the way from the middle of the small intestine into the…

How to Yawn #9

How to Yawn #9         By Atom Bergstrom Atom’s Blog When it comes to health advice, who would you believe, Ray Peat or Gwyneth Paltrow? Usually, I’d go with Dr. Peat, but when it comes to the Science of Yawning, I’d choose Ms. Paltrow. Herb Doctor Andrew Murray was kind enough to…

How to Yawn #8

How to Yawn #8       By Atom Bergstrom Atom’s Blog “When you stop the pain, where does it go?” I asked a miner turned reflexologist in Tucson. “What do you mean, where does it go?” he repeated. “Pain is energy, and energy can’t be destroyed. It has to go someplace, so where does…

How to Yawn #7

How to Yawn #7       By Atom Bergstrom Atom’s Blog A full yawn with tonic extension of the limbs is therapeutic. Besides boosting alertness and consciousness, yawning increases muscle tone (residual muscle tone). For example, perky breasts indicate proper muscle tone in the small muscles surrounding the milk ducts and in the underlying…

How to Yawn #6

How to Yawn #6       By Atom Bergstrom Atom’s Blog According to Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) … “Pressure moves electricity and magnetism. But explain your work in terms of electricity and magnetism because no one will pay you for telling them they’re full of hot air.” If you doubt the Swami, check out…

How to Yawn #5

How to Yawn #5     By Atom Bergstrom Atom’s Blog Fred Cicetti (“Here’s Why You Yawn,” Live Science, May 29, 2014) wrote … “Yawns seem to be caused by chemicals in the brain — serotonin, dopamine, glutamic acid and nitric oxide. The more of these compounds activated in the brain, the greater the frequency…

How to Yawn #4

How to Yawn #4     By Atom Bergstrom Atom’s Blog Extended yawning is closely related to Kriya Yoga. Slower breathing correlates with longer life. It also increases the consciousness to ENJOY a longer life, making a longer life longer than its years. <> Paramhansa Yogananda (Autobiography of a Yogi, 1946) wrote … “Many illustrations…

How to Yawn #3

How to Yawn #3     By Atom Bergstrom Atom’s Blog What if yawning is both a sign and a therapy for the following conditions? According to The Breathing Clinic & Wellness Centre … “Can yawning be a sign of disease? “If you experience unexplained, excessive yawning and excessive daytime sleepiness, it is recommended that…

How to Yawn #2

How to Yawn #2       By Atom Bergstrom Atom’s Blog Extending a yawn has therapeutic effects. So does sighing, yawning’s little brother. <> M. Foster, M.D. (A Text Book of Physiology, Sixth Edition, 1895) wrote … “Sighing is a deep and long-drawn inspiration, chiefly through the nose, followed by a somewhat shorter, but…

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