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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Bob Harding. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Bob Harding, often where they are interviewed.

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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Bob Harding. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Bob Harding, often where they are interviewed.

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#215 - How to look amazing over 40 using peptides, hormones, and massive fat loss  - with Dr. Bob Harding!

Waist Away: The Intermittent Fasting & Weight Loss Podcast
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Welcome back to the podcast! Today’s guest is Dr. Bob Harding. He is a board certified emergency physician and integrative functional medicine doctor. In today’s episode, you’ll learn:

  • What are Peptides?
  • How much deep sleep and REM sleep do you need?
  • What is the best Continuous Blood glucose monitor?

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***As always, this podcast is not designed to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any condition and is for information purposes only. Please consult with your healthcare professional before making any changes to your current lifestyle.***

Mar 02 2020



19. Interview with Dr. Bob Harding, the Genetics & Epigenetics of Male Hormones & Metabolic Syndrome.

The Dr. Madeira Show
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Dr. Madeira interviews Dr. Bob Harding, DO - ER doctor & Functional Medicine Epigenetics & Genetics Expert at Apeiron Center for Human Potential in Austin, Texas.

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Sep 19 2019



The Best Peptides For Weight Loss and Healing with Dr. Bob Harding

The Energy Blueprint Podcast
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In this episode, I am speaking with Dr. Bob Harding—a peptide expert and innovative physician who focuses on personalized precision medicine—about the best peptides for weight loss and healing.

In this podcast, Dr. Harding will cover:

  • The best peptides for weight loss
  • How growth hormones work in the body
  • Where can I get peptides? (Why you should be cautious when buying peptides)
  • BPC-157—the best healing peptide
  • The biggest downside of taking peptides
  • Are there any side effects of taking peptides? (Should you take peptides if you have cancer?)

Jun 29 2019



Episode #94 - An Interview with Dr. Bob Harding

30/30 Health Podcast
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Dr. Bob Harding is an Emergency Physician in Austin, Texas. After earning his bachelor’s degree in Pharamcology, he attended Osteopathic Medical School and went on to complete a 4 year Emergency Medicine Residency at Leigh Valley Hospital in Pennsylvania. Dr. Harding was very involved in his Emergency Medicine Physician Group as a Medical Director and Managing Partner for several years. After his own personal health journey and further education in Integrative and Functional medicine Dr. Harding has teamed up with Apeiron Center in Austin, where he enjoys transforming the lives of his clients by developing personalized human optimization plans.

Mar 15 2019



From the Emergency Room to Wellness: How Dr. Bob Harding Bridges the Gap in Patient Health

Adventure Beyond Wellness
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Dr. Bob Harding is an Emergency Room Physician and the Medical Director for Apeiron, a wellness and optimization center in Austin. In this podcast, he talks about steps you can take to limit ER visits by changing you lifestyle. He gives usable tips on supplementation and my favorite, the "manscramble" recipe. 

Jan 30 2019



Episode 55: Dr. Bob Harding: What This ER Doc Prescribes Strength Training

Pain Free & Strong Radio Dr Tyna Moore
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Dr. Bob Harding is an ER Doc and a Functional Medicine Doc. He knows a thing or two about how to stay out of the emergency room and sees very common life threatening conditions daily that could have otherwise been avoided. Tune in to hear about how his own journey to wellness as well as his top suggestions for patients. We also discuss strength training and avoiding hip fractures!

Jan 18 2019



The Importance of Mind-Body Practices in Medicine w/Dr. Shelly Sethi & Dr. Bob Harding

The Jay Campbell Podcast
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Humanity is crying out for energy medicine but it’s not integrated with the current healthcare model. Why is it necessary now more than ever? How can doctors make the connection to food important to their patients? Why is nutrition only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to health? On this episode, I’m joined by husband and wife, Dr. Bob Harding and Dr. Shelly Sethi to talk about the importance and implementation of mind-body practices.

I think we need to start talking about how to protect ourselves: What are the other things we can do to combat exposures? -Dr. Shelly Sethi

Three Takeaways

  • What we eat is determined by who is influencing our food culture, and unfortunately it’s corporations.
  • Social media is front and center of the energy blockage we are seeing in society.
  • People get intimidated by meditation because they think they have to quiet their minds for 30 minutes. It’s actually focused awareness.

At the start of the show, we talked about why our food culture is so bad, and why it’s so important to be connected to our food. We talked about spirituality and how its absence in conventional media does patients a disservice. We discussed why men need to be more dialed-in spiritually, and how to reduce your levels of contamination in this toxic environment.

We also discussed:

  • Why fitness and nutrition are only the “tip of the iceberg” of health
  • Meditation practices and how they benefit us
  • Whether there is such a thing as non-contaminated food

Health is a full-picture practice-- we cannot choose certain parts to focus on while neglecting things like energy and spirituality. There are so many people with issues, and the sick care system just throws pills at them. We’re in an age where things are shifting forward, and we should take care of every part of ourselves. The more optimized we are physically, the more apt we are to be dialed-in spiritually. The conversation should not be about how we prevent contamination-- because it’s inevitable. Let’s focus on how we can adjust our behavior to have balance, and counter the effects of contamination.  

Guest Bio

Dr. Shelly Sethi is a board certified family physician based in Austin, TX practicing integrative and functional medicine. Go to for more information.

Mar 20 2018

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The State of Men’s Health & The Importance of Nutrition Education w/Dr. Bob Harding

The Jay Campbell Podcast
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The average guy doesn’t take his health seriously, but has serious health problems. What changes can you implement to really turn things around? What is the biggest problem in our educational system? What are the benefits of weight training and building muscle? On this episode, Dr. Bob Harding talks about personal health, the health of the nation and why he’s leaving the sick care model and transitioning into functional and integrated age management medicine.

There is a huge opportunity for corporate America, the food industry, the education system and the medical community to improve diet. -Dr. Bob Harding

Three Takeaways

  • If you ate a diet of broccoli, cauliflower and fish, you would never have health problems. You would be functionally strong, and lean forever.
  • Grass-fed is no longer relevant. There are pesticides and particulates in everything.
  • Most people don’t appreciate their health until they don’t have it.

At the start of the show, Dr. Harding shared how he took control of his health, and what’s causing the metabolic crisis in men. Next, we talked about the shortcomings of the educational system when it comes to nutrition. We also discussed a few steps you can take to be healthier, the importance of limiting your screen time, and why we should take advantage of the availability of information on the internet.  

We also discussed:

  • The sugar addiction crisis
  • Why muscle is the greatest deterrent to diseases of aging

People are getting sicker at a younger age, and it’s because of how little they know about their health and all the negative impacts of their lifestyles. The only thing you can do as a physician or as a patient is to take ownership and be proactive. What we need to do is control our carbohydrate intake, set ourselves up to become insulin resistant, weight train, get enough sleep, and decrease blue light exposure. These steps will change your health forever, no matter how old you are.

Guest Bio- Dr. Bob is a Men’s Age Management Physician with an Integrative and Functional Medicine perspective. Go to for more information or email

Jan 23 2018