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Where Cutting Edge Science Meets Cutting Edge Health.

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Where Cutting Edge Science Meets Cutting Edge Health.

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By Clarisse Gomez - Jan 07 2020
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Joseph, host of the SelfHacked Radio podcast, highlights all aspects of business, entrepreneurship and more in this can’t miss podcast! The host and expert guests offer insightful advice and information that is helpful to anyone that listens!

Awesome!

By Crean Barb - Nov 10 2015
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Loved Jack Kruse, keep up the good work :)

iTunes Ratings

25 Ratings
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Awesome Podcast!!!

By Clarisse Gomez - Jan 07 2020
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Joseph, host of the SelfHacked Radio podcast, highlights all aspects of business, entrepreneurship and more in this can’t miss podcast! The host and expert guests offer insightful advice and information that is helpful to anyone that listens!

Awesome!

By Crean Barb - Nov 10 2015
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Loved Jack Kruse, keep up the good work :)
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SelfHacked Radio

Latest release on Dec 19, 2019

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Where Cutting Edge Science Meets Cutting Edge Health.

Rank #1: Dr. Gundry: Turning off Autoimmunity with a Lectin Avoidance Diet

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Dr. Gundry exposes the dangerous truth behind lectins and how they relate to autoimmune disease. Most importantly, he shares his vast experience and research on why lectins are so harmful for the body, and how to reverse the damage they cause.

I’ve been looking forward to speaking to Dr Gundry ever since I came upon his study regarding lectins and autoimmune disease. I had already been suspecting lectins as a cause of inflammatory problems and autoimmunity, but had little evidence before seeing Dr Gundry’s study.

Note that I have developed a lectin avoidance diet that is similar to Dr Gundry’s Matrix Diet.

Dec 12 2015

1hr 25mins

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Rank #2: Dr. Jarred Younger-Innovative Research on Neuroinflammation, Pain, and Fatigue

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Dr. Jarred Younger's goal is to end the chronic pain and fatigue caused by the inflammation in the brain.

He received his PhD in Experimental Psychophysiology at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville. He completed his post-doctoral fellowship at Arizona State University and the Stanford University of Medicine, before taking an assistant professor position at Stanford. In 2014, he joined the faculty at the University of Alabama-Birmingham. He is currently funded by the NIH, the Department of Defense, and several nonprofit agencies to develop techniques for diagnosing and treating neuroinflammation, pain, and fatigue.

Mar 29 2016

1hr 1min

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Rank #3: Dr. Shoemaker: Pioneer in CIRS, Mold and Biotoxins; Guest Host: Dana Howell

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I'm happy to be interviewing Dr. Shoemaker with guest host Dana Howell. Dana's introduced me to a lot of the CIRS (Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome) and mold research. I was really impressed with her story; now she has greatly healed herself from CIRS and helps others to recover.

Dr. Shoemaker is a pioneer in CIRS research, has written several books, and has successfully treated thousands of mold patients.

Dana: Thrilled to be bringing two people together that have been so instrumental in my healing of CIRS. After being exposed to a moldy building in Vietnam I experienced some really chronic and excruciating symptoms that truly baffled doctors and really caused me to dig into the depths of my heart and soul to overcome. It was Dr. Shoemaker’s knowledge of biotoxin pathways that really played a huge part in my recovery. He’s really changed my life. He’s written several books, including "Mold Warriors," and also "Surviving Mold," (Joe calls that one my bible).

Joe Cohen was a wonderful addition to Dr. Shoemaker’s work, and he’s integrated some other processes into the mix that have helped me to really get that much better.

In the interview we cover:

-Dr. Shoemaker's discovery of biotoxins (and where they come from: the biggest culprits being from mold and lyme disease)

-Diagnosing CIRS (Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome)

-Genetics

-When CIRS is an underlying cause to other health issues

-The relationship between CFS (Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) and CIRS

-Possible predisposing factors to CIRS, including lack of sunlight, priming infections and toxins, diet/lectin consumption, genetics, stress (sometimes), circadian rhythm disruption

-The roles of MSH and VIP in CIRS

-Brain changes measured by NeuroQuant in CIRS patients

-Recent MARCoNS research

Mar 16 2016

1hr 15mins

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Rank #4: Dr Garry Gordon On PEMF, Chelation, Detox, Oxidative Therapies, Infrared, Homeopathy

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Dr Gordon, MD, DO, "Father of Chelation" has been practicing medicine for 57 years. We discuss PEMF, Chelation, Detox, Oxidative Therapies, Infrared...He heads a forum that has 4300 doctors reading it. He’s kind of like a doctor’s doctor…NIH gave him 31 million dollars to study chelation.

Jun 08 2015

1hr 39mins

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Rank #5: Dr Gerald Pollack On How to Create The Perfect Water For Optimal Health

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Dr Pollack is a top researcher in the field of water and how it affects our biology.

We get down and dirty on how EZ water can improve your health and performance...and how to create the best water possible.

See the tools I use to increase EZ in my body and a summary of the talk: http://wp.me/p46y72-30z

May 22 2015

1hr 49mins

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Rank #6: Dr. William Walsh: Lab Tests For Mental Health Issues

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Mental health disorders can follow you throughout your life if not treated properly. The Walsh Research Institute strives to help people who have serious disorders without having to resort to drugs that often have harmful side effects. In this podcast between Dr. William Walsh and I, you will gain a more in-depth understanding of mental disorders and the many factors that control them.

Oct 29 2018

55mins

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Rank #7: Nootropics talk with Justin (Founder of Natural Stacks)

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Alebard Lindsay aka Justin, is a friend of mine from LongeCity, a longevity forum.

Justin's background has been doing professional software development for 17 years and has been interested in nootropics and researching the brain for more than 10 years. He started out on LongeCity reading and discussing nootropics with people and getting deeper into the research, learning more about the subjects. His family has a history of neurodegenerative illness in their 70s so he was always concerned about protecting and optimizing the brain. He's followed this hobby with a passion. After doing a lot of research over the years he happened upon these studies concerning PDE4 inhibitors and their synergistic interaction with forskolin, and talking and sharing it with people on LongeCity. Many people had a strong positive reaction to the stack he built. He then released it and it grew into a phenomenon called Natural Stacks, which really took off and grew beyond his wildest dreams. He's been working with natural stacks on developing supplement stacks for cognitive enhancement ever since.

Justin can be found here: http://www.abelardresearch.com/

You can read about and purchase Justin's natural stacks here: http://www.naturalstacks.com/pages/the-history-of-ciltep

Feb 23 2016

1hr 12mins

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Rank #8: Vince Giuliano: Anti-Aging & Reversing Degenerative Disease

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Vince Giuliano has been blogging for 7 years at anti-firewalls.com and researching the anti-aging literature full-time for 10 years. He is the chief scientist at Vivace Associates where he consults on plant-based substances and how they can benefit health and wellness. He got a PhD from Harvard University in applied physics and computer science (one of the first PhDs in computer science in what became known as computer science). He has also had many successful careers in technology.

Feb 22 2016

1hr 21mins

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Rank #9: Ben Greenfield on Optimizing Your Training (Testosterone, HRV, Cortisol, Diet, Sleep)

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In this podcast I interview Ben Greenfield. He is a writer at http://www.bengreenfieldfitness.com (a site that gets over 250,000 million views a month), author of NYT best-selling book "Beyond Training," and voted number 1 out of the top 100 most influential individuals in health and fitness.

Sep 22 2015

47mins

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Rank #10: Dr T Colin Campbell From China Study Responds to Criticism of Whole Food, Vegan Diets

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Dr Colin Campbell is the Author of the China Study, which advocates for a whole food, plant-based diet. I ask him some penetrating questions.

Jun 26 2015

1hr 2mins

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Rank #11: Dr Michael Hamblin: Harvard Professor and Infrared Therapy Expert

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Dr Michael Hamblin is a professor at Harvard and has published close to 300 papers, mostly on phototherapy. There is no one in this world who knows more about infrared or light therapy for healing than him.

What we discuss:
The mechanisms for LLLT/Infrared,
The beneficial wavelengths,
What conditions can benefit,
Where to put it, for how long to put it,
Side effects,
How he uses it personally...
LLLT and Cancer

Jul 18 2015

52mins

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Rank #12: Steven W. Fowkes on Acid-Alkaline (pH Balancing)

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Steven Fowkes is an organic chemistry major from Reed College & CEO of Nano Palmer Systems, a material science company located in California. He blogs at Project Well Being. The director of Cognitive Enhancement Research Institute. He has been a health consultant for many years. Self Hacking for 40 years. One of the biggest experts in biochemistry, nutrition and how to feel optimally well.

Feb 20 2016

1hr 36mins

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Rank #13: Dr. Paul Jaminet: The Ideal DIet, Combatting Infections, Gut Health and Circadian Rhythms

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Dr. Paul Jaminet spent 5 years determining the Perfect Health Diet, and what nutrients we need for excellent health (as well as what foods incorporate these needed nutrients). Apparently we evolved to require a delicious diet. I won't object to that.

During the podcast we cover:
-Optimum diet, including key daily nutrients, and why it's important for immune health
-Optimum lifestyle, including circadian rhythm

Oct 06 2015

1hr 3mins

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Rank #14: Dr. Alexander Wunsch-top physician of photobiology, the sun, circadian rhythms, light therapies

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Dr. Alexander Wunsch is a physician in Germany of holistic medicine and photobiology. He is the CEO of medical lighting consulting in Heidelberg Germany.

We cover the sun, light and it's health properties, the circadian rhythm, and rules for daily healthy sunlight exposure (hint: sunbathing naked at noon for 20 minutes)

Oct 24 2015

1hr 21mins

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Rank #15: Dr Tim Jackson: On Treating Fatigue, Lyme, Mold and Other Infections

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Tim Jackson is a leader in the alternative health sphere. He has his undergraduate degree in Health science and chemistry from Wake Forest University of South Carolina. He is educated in nutritional biochemistry, digestive health and its systemic effects, as well as functional endocrinology. He has also successfully battled lyme disease.

Tim has some very interesting views on alternative medicine, and has extensive experience with clients coming to him from all 50 states and 14 countries around the world. Currently his medical practice is online.

Oct 14 2015

1hr 12mins

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Microdosing with Dr. David Rabin

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Today, I’m here with Dr. David Rabin, who is a psychiatrist and neuroscientist. 



We discuss PTSD, psychedelics and their mechanisms, and the different drugs being used for microdosing.

Dec 19 2019

52mins

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The Benefits of Hydrogen Water

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Today I'm here with Alex Tarnava, CEO of Drink HRW.

After a lifetime of being active, Alex found out that he'd developed osteoarthritis while still in his physical prime. Unwilling to give up his way of life, he dosed himself regularly with Naproxen to counter the pain and discomfort he lived with every day. Over time, the drug’s effects lessened while the gastro-intestinal side-effects increased.

Searching for alternatives, Alex scoured the internet medical sites looking for emerging treatments that would help, reading hundreds of published articles in the process. This was where he discovered the potential of molecular hydrogen.

Listen to find out the effects that Hydrogen Water had on his life.

Dec 11 2019

1hr 1min

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Dr. Chris Masterjohn MTHFR Secrets & Testing For Nutritional Deficiencies

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In this podcast with Dr. Chris Masterjohn, we discuss MTHFR secrets, and testing for nutritional deficiencies.

Interested in learning more about whether your MTHFR gene affects your methylfolate production? SelfDecode.com has released an MTHFR DNA Wellness Report that explains everything you need to know about MTHFR, including how to fix it if you have the bad variation. Find it here: http://bit.ly/2Qlg1E4

Oct 21 2019

1hr 7mins

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The Carnivore Diet with Dr. Paul Saladino

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I’m here today with Paul Saladino to discuss the Carnivore Diet. Paul is a medical doctor and has been interested in health for many years. After getting his degree in Chemistry, he spent 6 years traveling before returning to academia to become a PA in cardiology and later went on to pursue his MD at the University of Arizona. Now, Paul has recently completed his residency and is board certified in psychiatry and functional medicine.

Oct 02 2019

1hr 37mins

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The Carnivore Diet With Dr Shawn Baker

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Today I'm here with Dr. Shawn Baker to talk with him about the Carnivore Diet.

Shawn Baker is a doctor, athlete, father, and proponent of carnivore diets and lifestyles.

He received his doctoral degree at Texas Tech University and completed his orthopedic surgical residency at the University of Texas.

He was the Chief of Orthopedics at various air force bases and the lead surgeon in his own private practice until 2016.

He is a distinguished graduate of the US Airforce Officer Training school and served as a Nuclear Weapons Launch Officer.

Sep 30 2019

51mins

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Why a Carnivore Diet is Problematic With Dr Chris Masterjohn

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Today I'm here with Dr. Chris Masterjohn. In this podcast, we discuss his diet (ideal and actual), the liver, his thoughts on the carnivore diet, and Vitamin C.

Chris received his Ph.D. in Nutritional Sciences from the University of Connecticut. In 2016, Chris decided to leave academia to pursue entrepreneurship and is currently conducting independent research, consulting, developing informational products, and producing free content to help people gain better health.

Sep 30 2019

52mins

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Dr. Anthony Jay: The Dangers of BPA-Free Plastics & Estrogens

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In this podcast, Joe Cohen and Dr. Antony Jay dive into the hidden dangers of estrogens found in our environment.

May 27 2019

1hr 7mins

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Mikhaila Peterson: Why the Carnivore Diet Helps Autoimmunity + The Carnivore Diet Gene

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Today I am here with Mikhaila Peterson. She is the daughter of the renowned psychologist Jordan Peterson and some of you may know her from her blog “Don’t Eat That”. What got me interested in speaking with Mikhaila is that she suffered from a lot of the same food sensitivities that I and some readers of SelfHacked experience.

In this podcast, we will be learning about Mikhaila's long and complicated health journey, discussing the benefits of a carnivore diet and some potential nutrient deficiencies that may result from it, and seeing what her genetics have to say about her body using our health tool, SelfDecode. SelfDecode allows you to identify specific genes that impact your body the most and see what substances interact with these genes to potentially improve your health.

Dec 18 2018

1hr 12mins

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Dr. William Walsh: Lab Tests For Mental Health Issues

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Mental health disorders can follow you throughout your life if not treated properly. The Walsh Research Institute strives to help people who have serious disorders without having to resort to drugs that often have harmful side effects. In this podcast between Dr. William Walsh and I, you will gain a more in-depth understanding of mental disorders and the many factors that control them.

Oct 29 2018

55mins

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Biohacking Blood Test Markers With Teemu Arina

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Monitoring and analyzing your blood biomarkers is essential for optimal health. Instead of waiting and adjusting your health after problematic symptoms have already arisen, it is better to get ahead of the problems by stopping them before they even start. In this discussion between Teemu Arina and I, we dive into Arina’s health history and discuss various ways to improve multiple biomarkers that may be putting your health at risk.

Oct 02 2018

52mins

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Brain Gauge: How to Really Know If Your Brain Hacks Are Working

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Brain Gauge is a new groundbreaking device that allows you to precisely measure brain function. It is so sensitive that it can detect subtle changes in brain function before you even feel it. It is exciting because we can use Brain Gauge to measure the effects of different foods or diets, supplements, and lifestyle changes on cognitive functions. In addition, it allows doctors to detect and track the progression of mild traumatic brain injuries that would be difficult and expensive to do with existing medical imaging technologies. It may even have an application as an objective way to measure pain.

In this episode, Joe Cohen discusses his Brain Gauge test results with Bob Dennis as well as the scientific principles that allow it to be such an amazing biohacking tool.

To see Joe using the Brain Gauge, see: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=feKBwnVs6g8

May 26 2018

1hr 25mins

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Interview with Connor Young from Ample Foods

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In this interview, Joe speaks with Connor Young, the CEO and founder of Ample Foods. Ample is an up-and-coming leader in science-backed meal substitution drinks.

Ample provides three unique formulas for convenient and high-performance meal replacement.

Ample's ketogenic formula, Ample K, is explained in great detail, covering each ingredient and the unique process of converting fats into a stable, mixable powder.

Ample was made possible with the help of over 1,400 backers during a widely successful crowdfunding campaign in 2016, raising more than $370,000.

Receive 15% off when you use the discount code Selfhacked15
(Subscribe to Ample to save an additional 10%)

Time Stamps:
00:00: Introduction to Ample
04:53: Ample K (ketogenic formula)
07:26: Ketosis with Ample K
08:26: How Ample K fits into the diet
09:40: Joe's experience with Ample
10:26: Ingredients in Ample
11:07: Fats in Ample K
16:12: Carbs in Ample K
17:53: The design/customization ability of Ample
19:43: Sweeteners used in Ample K
22:27: Proteins in Ample K
25:19: Fat and protein totals/calorie counts
27:12: Fiber in Ample K
29:12: Micronutrients in Ample K
30:01: Ample is free from (additives, etc.)
31:06: Electrolytes in Ample K/the importance of
potassium supplementation in ketogenic diets
37:15: Vitamins and minerals in Ample K
40:45: Probiotics in Ample K
42:09: Recommendations for use of Ample
44:07: Ample V (vegan formula)
44:35: Cost of Ample
49:32: Connor's diet experimentation
50:41: Ample and food sensitivities (whey and eggs)
52:34: Joe and Connor discuss business, hiring, dating, and marketing
57:06: Ample's crowdfunding campaign

Mar 30 2018

58mins

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ICES PEMF Q&A - Dr. Bob Dennis answers PEMF questions from SelfHackers

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Bob Dennis answers audience questions on the ICES next-gen PEMF device.

* Does ICES help with autoimmunity, injuries, brain fog, chronic pain, and many other conditions?
* An update on how the ICES works to support healing
* How to use the ICES and try out to see if it is for you
* Contraindications for ICES use

Feb 05 2018

1hr 44mins

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Dr. Gundry Lectins Are The Root Cause Of Inflammation And Disease

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Get the Lectin Avoidance Diet cookbook: http://bit.ly/lectincookbook.

Dr. Gundry exposes the dangerous truth behind lectins and how they relate to autoimmune disease. Most importantly, he shares his vast experience and research on why lectins are so harmful to the body, and how to reverse the damages they cause.

Anyone who reads SelfHacked knows I am very ‘anti-lectin’ for people with autoimmune/inflammatory issues. Dr. Gundry, originally a very famous heart surgeon, discovered how dangerous lectins are and altered his career to help people reverse autoimmune disease through his matrix diet. He has completed the only human study related to lectins and is now the most knowledgeable on the subject. His second book "the Plant Paradox" is coming out on April 25th.

Apr 22 2017

1hr 11mins

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Dr. Jarred Younger-Innovative Research on Neuroinflammation, Pain, and Fatigue

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Dr. Jarred Younger's goal is to end the chronic pain and fatigue caused by the inflammation in the brain.

He received his PhD in Experimental Psychophysiology at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville. He completed his post-doctoral fellowship at Arizona State University and the Stanford University of Medicine, before taking an assistant professor position at Stanford. In 2014, he joined the faculty at the University of Alabama-Birmingham. He is currently funded by the NIH, the Department of Defense, and several nonprofit agencies to develop techniques for diagnosing and treating neuroinflammation, pain, and fatigue.

Mar 29 2016

1hr 1min

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Dr. Shoemaker: Pioneer in CIRS, Mold and Biotoxins; Guest Host: Dana Howell

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I'm happy to be interviewing Dr. Shoemaker with guest host Dana Howell. Dana's introduced me to a lot of the CIRS (Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome) and mold research. I was really impressed with her story; now she has greatly healed herself from CIRS and helps others to recover.

Dr. Shoemaker is a pioneer in CIRS research, has written several books, and has successfully treated thousands of mold patients.

Dana: Thrilled to be bringing two people together that have been so instrumental in my healing of CIRS. After being exposed to a moldy building in Vietnam I experienced some really chronic and excruciating symptoms that truly baffled doctors and really caused me to dig into the depths of my heart and soul to overcome. It was Dr. Shoemaker’s knowledge of biotoxin pathways that really played a huge part in my recovery. He’s really changed my life. He’s written several books, including "Mold Warriors," and also "Surviving Mold," (Joe calls that one my bible).

Joe Cohen was a wonderful addition to Dr. Shoemaker’s work, and he’s integrated some other processes into the mix that have helped me to really get that much better.

In the interview we cover:

-Dr. Shoemaker's discovery of biotoxins (and where they come from: the biggest culprits being from mold and lyme disease)

-Diagnosing CIRS (Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome)

-Genetics

-When CIRS is an underlying cause to other health issues

-The relationship between CFS (Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) and CIRS

-Possible predisposing factors to CIRS, including lack of sunlight, priming infections and toxins, diet/lectin consumption, genetics, stress (sometimes), circadian rhythm disruption

-The roles of MSH and VIP in CIRS

-Brain changes measured by NeuroQuant in CIRS patients

-Recent MARCoNS research

Mar 16 2016

1hr 15mins

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Nootropics talk with Justin (Founder of Natural Stacks)

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Alebard Lindsay aka Justin, is a friend of mine from LongeCity, a longevity forum.

Justin's background has been doing professional software development for 17 years and has been interested in nootropics and researching the brain for more than 10 years. He started out on LongeCity reading and discussing nootropics with people and getting deeper into the research, learning more about the subjects. His family has a history of neurodegenerative illness in their 70s so he was always concerned about protecting and optimizing the brain. He's followed this hobby with a passion. After doing a lot of research over the years he happened upon these studies concerning PDE4 inhibitors and their synergistic interaction with forskolin, and talking and sharing it with people on LongeCity. Many people had a strong positive reaction to the stack he built. He then released it and it grew into a phenomenon called Natural Stacks, which really took off and grew beyond his wildest dreams. He's been working with natural stacks on developing supplement stacks for cognitive enhancement ever since.

Justin can be found here: http://www.abelardresearch.com/

You can read about and purchase Justin's natural stacks here: http://www.naturalstacks.com/pages/the-history-of-ciltep

Feb 23 2016

1hr 12mins

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Vince Giuliano: Anti-Aging & Reversing Degenerative Disease

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Vince Giuliano has been blogging for 7 years at anti-firewalls.com and researching the anti-aging literature full-time for 10 years. He is the chief scientist at Vivace Associates where he consults on plant-based substances and how they can benefit health and wellness. He got a PhD from Harvard University in applied physics and computer science (one of the first PhDs in computer science in what became known as computer science). He has also had many successful careers in technology.

Feb 22 2016

1hr 21mins

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Steven W. Fowkes on Acid-Alkaline (pH Balancing)

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Steven Fowkes is an organic chemistry major from Reed College & CEO of Nano Palmer Systems, a material science company located in California. He blogs at Project Well Being. The director of Cognitive Enhancement Research Institute. He has been a health consultant for many years. Self Hacking for 40 years. One of the biggest experts in biochemistry, nutrition and how to feel optimally well.

Feb 20 2016

1hr 36mins

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Ig Nobel Prize Winner Dr. Diego Golombek: Viagra and Jet Lag Recovery

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I'm bringing another scientist on board today, Dr. Diego Golombek. Dr. Golombek won the Ig Nobel Prize in 2007, a parody of the Nobel Prize honoring achievements that "make people laugh, and make people think," for discovering that viagra aids jet lag in hamsters. The research can be found in this study.

About Dr. Diego Golombek:
Dr. Diego Golombek is an argentine biologist, communicator, popularizer of science and an experienced researcher in chronobiology. He is currently a professor at the National University of Quilmes and researcher at CONICET, and is an author of several books about biology and related topics.

What We Cover in This Interview
-% of circadian rhythm genes
-Why you should sleep in a cool environment
-PDE5 inhibitors and the best way to correct your circadian rhythm during travel
-How nitric oxide can help with circadian entrainment
-How much light exposure is needed during the day
-Eating at night and why this interferes with our circadian rhythms
-The effects of drugs on the circadian rhythm
-The connection between jet lag, metabolic disorders, weight gain, and cancer

Jan 29 2016

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iTunes Ratings

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Awesome Podcast!!!

By Clarisse Gomez - Jan 07 2020
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Joseph, host of the SelfHacked Radio podcast, highlights all aspects of business, entrepreneurship and more in this can’t miss podcast! The host and expert guests offer insightful advice and information that is helpful to anyone that listens!

Awesome!

By Crean Barb - Nov 10 2015
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Loved Jack Kruse, keep up the good work :)