Voted Best Podcast Episode of 2016 by ProductHunt, The SuperHuman Academy Podcast (previously The Becoming SuperHuman Podcast), hosted by lifehacker & accelerated learning expert Jonathan Levi interviews extraordinary people such as Dave Asprey, JJ Virgin, Robb Wolf, Hal Elrod, Joe Polish, Wim Hof, and many more to bring you the skills, tips, and tricks to overcome the impossible. From physical fitness to learning and memory, we seek to understand optimal performance and superhuman abilities through engaging conversations and interviews with some of the world's most interesting people.
Voted Best Podcast Episode of 2016 by ProductHunt, The SuperHuman Academy Podcast (previously The Becoming SuperHuman Podcast), hosted by lifehacker & accelerated learning expert Jonathan Levi interviews extraordinary people such as Dave Asprey, JJ Virgin, Robb Wolf, Hal Elrod, Joe Polish, Wim Hof, and many more to bring you the skills, tips, and tricks to overcome the impossible. From physical fitness to learning and memory, we seek to understand optimal performance and superhuman abilities through engaging conversations and interviews with some of the world's most interesting people.
Optimal Performance is the podcast all about taking your mental and physical performance to the next level. Whether it's through nootropics, cutting-edge biohacking techniques, or adjusting your approach to nutrition and fitness, we'll have the best minds in the industry on to talk about how you can achieve optimal performance in all areas of your life.
Rank #1: OPP 182 Hacking Growth Hormone in 10 Min A Day with Dr. John Jaquish.
10 Minutes a day, no weights, no cardio with ridiculous results. Research scientist and inventor Dr. John Jaquish joins us to explain the astonishing results I've been getting with X3 band workouts. Bigger muscles, increased GH and simply the most effective workout system I've ever experienced.
Rank #2: 171: The Big Fat Surprise and Debunking the Traditional Diet.
On today's episode of the Optimal Performance Podcast, we digging with Nina Teicholz called The Big Fat Surprise. This book took 10 years to write because Nina got into so many different studies about how saturated fats were bad for you. Her book tells the story of why it is the way that it is now, why the food pyramid is set up the way it is and it's a fascinating conversation overall. A lot of us already know why butter, meat and cheese belong in a healthy diet. That's not that off the wall for most of you listeners. But Nina gets into the politics and policy surrounding around our nations health guidelines. We've included 2 of the studies that Nina Teicholz mentions including the Paddon-Jones review (first laid out the meal distribution argument) and the PROT-AGE study group (the paper that "protein folks" always use to begin our arguments that the RDA is not adequate for older adults). It's a really cool converation, it moves moves quickly and I think you're all gonna enjoy. P.S. First time purchasers from Natural Stacks can get 15% off their order by using the code MAC15 at checkout. Check out our Mood Stack if you agree that feeling good means keeping your body healthy and your mind at peace. Episode Outline Intro [1:30] Nina Teicholz's Stack [3:00] Debunking Dietary Myths and The Big Fat Surprise [6:00] Undoing the Traditional Diet and Today's Issues [10:15] Are our people being kept sick? [14:30] What is it going to take to reprogram our diets? [18:15] What are you faced with since writing your book? [23:30] What are some examples of good rigerous science? [28:40] What drew you to this line of work? [31:20] Finding Your Own True Dietary Bliss [35:00] Who is getting nutrition right? [39:00] The difference in changes between men and women. [41:45] What's up next for Nina Teicholz? [45:15] Outro [48:00] Links & Resources Nina Teicholz's Blog Nina Teicholz Twitter The Big Fat Surprise Protage study group Paddon Jones paper Connect With Us Follow Sean McCormick Instagram: http://bit.ly/OPPMacTwitter: http://bit.ly/OPPMacTwitter Follow Natural Stacks Twitter: http://bit.ly/NsTwitterInstagram: http://bit.ly/NsInstagramFacebook: http://bit.ly/NsFacebook Shop Natural Stacks Shop: http://bit.ly/OPPShop
OPTIMIZE with Brian Johnson features the best Big Ideas from the best optimal living books. More wisdom in less time to help you live your greatest life.
Rank #1: PNTV: Bright Line Eating by Susan Peirce Thompson.
Susan Peirce Thompson is a Professor of Brain and Cognitive Sciences at the University of Rochester. She’s an expert in the psychology of eating and creator of Bright Line Eating Solutions, “a company dedicated to helping people achieve long-term, sustainable weight loss.” Plus... She used to be obese and, as she says, addicted to *everything.* She integrates her background in neuroscience with her personal experience conquering her diet and other addiction issues in this super popular book. Big Ideas we explore include why bright lines are where it’s at, the susceptibility quiz, the saboteur, self-perception theory, and the four bright lines of eating.
Rank #2: PNTV: The Art of Learning by Josh Waitzkin.
Josh Waitzkin is an extraordinary human. Ever heard of the movie Searching for Bobby Fischer? That’s the story of Josh life. Literally. After a childhood and young adulthood spent dominating chess, Josh then went on to master Tai Chi and became a World Champion. But what he REALLY became was a master of learning and peak performance. Big Ideas we explore include the two approaches to leaning, the downward spiral (what it is and how to avoid it), honoring your unique disposition, investing in loss, knowing your goal (decent, good, great, among best!), the power of stress and recovery and the ultimate secret of mastery.
Learn, Memorize And Recall Anything Using Memory Techniques, Mnemonics And A Memory Palace Fast
Rank #1: Mindshock! How To Make Amazing Visual Imagery And Memorize More Stuff.
In this episode of the Magnetic Memory Method Podcast, learn how to make sure that your associative-imagery is doing the work it needs to do: recall the information that you need to succeed when using a Memory Palace strategy (I recommend the Magnetic Memory Method). Program Notes This episode is a response to emails that I often receive like this one: I am new to memorization as detailed as you propose and am trying to justify learning it. I have bought and read two of your books, the one about Memory Palaces and am currently reading Magnetic Memory Mondays. I am 76 years old and have set a goal to reteach myself Classical Latin and from their progress to other Roman languages. I want to use your Memory Palace idea but am not a very visual person and thinking of a preposterous image for each vocabulary word seems over-whelming. I like the idea of using current and past homes or places but want the right one to begin with. Any suggestions? Can you send me a list of your other books on this topic? Listen, it was hard for me in the beginning too. If you look through all of the newsletters starting with Volume 1, you’ll encounter dozens of ideas in addition to those in the book. It basically boils down to getting relaxed and getting started. Surrendering to the feeling of overwhelm is very dangerous, but taking action is always a benefit. Also, you can experiment with not actually seeing the images but just thinking about them. I’ve done this for years until I started to develop my imagination by drawing, looking at lots of art, paying attention to the visual aspects of movies I was watching and doing creative memory exercises like looking at an apple and then trying to “rebuild” it in my mind. One of my most difficult challenges right now as a primarily non-visual person is the Hiragana for Japanese. If you’re not familiar with the Hiragana , they are these crazy little images that indicate sounds. As I teach in the book, to ease the “cognitive load,” I use “bridging figures,” characters that go along the journey. Because they can be used for more than one word or letter or piece of information at a time, that’s one less aspect of the crazy image that I’ve got to come up with (or that you’ve got to come up with). Here’s just three images with Ezra Pound as my bridging figure that I’ve created to help me both “see” and “hear” what these symbols mean: あ (a) Ezra Pound standing in Jesus Christ pose with a Christian fish symbol attacking his legs. He shouts Ah! い (i) Pound with two eels in his mouth, squirming, one long like an upside down seven, one short. They are squealing eee eee eee. う (u) Pound leaning on a stick with a beret cooing ooh as the weight is relieved by the stick. This process works great and by “leaning” on Ezra Pound throughout the journey, I was able to do fifteen in fifteen minutes. I’ll soon be making more time from Japanese and expect that I can do between 40-60 characters in 1.5 hours with reliable recall. As I talk about in the book, there will need to be corrections and there will be the need to rehearse the material. But hey: it beats fussing around with index cards when you can turn the stations of your Memory Palace into amazing and vibrant indexes for silly little images to remind you of the sound and meaning of words, or in the case of the example I just gave you, the sound of certain typographical images and how they look. I really wish you the best with the experience and want you to know that I’m here to help as best I can, affording that I get lots of questions so can take up to a week to answer. But that’s why the Magnetic Memory Newsletters are available from Kindle. I’m 100% confident that after writing 1000+ pages answering questions just like these that you’ll find all the answers you need. My Amazon page is easy to find. I’ve also got some video courses if you like to learn by that medium. But really I think in this email you have all that you need, which in sum is: 1) Mindset. Toss worry aside and get started. Fear is the mindkiller. 2) Create a bridging figure when ever possible to reduce the cognitive load. If it’s someone that you care about, all the better. I’m deeply fascinated by Ezra Pound and he also had a connection to Chinese and Japanese, so he works really well in this connection. In Latin, you could use Derek Jacobi or some actor you like who you’ve seen prancing around in a toga to keep things interesting. (Or an actor you’ve never seen in a toga, for that matter, to keep things extra memorable). The point is that it shouldn’t be too difficult to come up with zany images if you take familiar things and put them in unfamiliar situations. 3) Make sure to rehearse the work that you do in order to ease the material into long term memory . 4) Enjoy! I hope this helps. Let me know if you have any further questions or if there is anything more I can do for you. About the author: Anthony Metivier is the founder of the Magnetic Memory Method, a systematic, 21st Century approach to memorizing foreign language vocabulary, dreams, names, music, poetry and much more in ways that are easy, elegant, effective and fun. The post Mindshock! How To Make Amazing Visual Imagery And Memorize More Stuff appeared first on Magnetic Memory Method - How to Memorize With A Memory Palace.
Rank #2: How To Increase Memory Power With These 3 Fun Exercises.
There’s a feeling of powerlessness that comes with failing to recall information, isn’t there? And the more important the information – be it a name, a mathematical formula or a word – the higher that feeling of having no power over your memory becomes. But you really don’t have to suffer from this powerlessness. You can learn how to increase memory power. And the good news is that a meaningful transformation can occur almost overnight using these three simple steps. 1. Determine what “memory power” means to you. Go ahead and get out a piece of paper or something to write on. Then, without thinking about it too much, write down everything that comes to mind related to your personal concept of memory power. If you like, you can also create a mind map. Mind maps are great because they free you from many aspects of linear thinking and let you see different connections that normally go unnoticed. Make sure that you spend 5-10 minutes on this exercise before taking a break. Then come back to it, assess what you’ve written and add any more details that come to mind. In particular, search your writing and/or mind mapping for three kinds of information that can be placed into different categories. These categories are “fears,” “opportunities” and “strengths.” (I’ve adapted terms from a coach named Dan Sullivan for use in your world of memory improvement, but if you’re an entrepreneur, check out his teaching sometime soon.) Then, on another sheet of paper, put a headline on top that says something like “how to increase memory power.” Beneath that, create three columns, one for each category. For example, when I completed the prose version of this exercise, I wrote: Memory power means the ability to recall anything I’ve studied at any time and under any condition. Relaxation is always part of the process of memory power. It also means learning and memorizing information that will actually make a difference to the quality of my daily life. True memory power exists when I’m able to share the processes and results of how to increase memory power with others. The mind map version (because I think it’s important to do both) looks like this: I’ve give you this handwritten image because that’s exactly how I suggest you write out your mind map. It takes just a few seconds. But in case you can’t read my handwriting or interpret my short form, here’s the list of what “memory power” means to me. It’s the ability to: * Memorize Facts * Memorize Math & numbers * Helping others do the same * Feel great * Recall anything * Experience no stress during the memorization using relaxation Next, on the three column sheet, map everything onto the three categories. Scroll to the Further Resources section of this post to download a worksheet if you prefer that to free writing on a blank page. 🙂 Again, this isn’t rocket science. Just a simple sheet of paper will do. So you can make out what I’ve written, here’s the words in type (and in more normal English): Fears Not being able to concentrate Not being relaxed Not being able to recall Being frustrated Worrying Failure Strengths Creativity Relaxation/Meditation Ability to teach others Writing books about memory Opportunities 45 mins for memorzing vocabulary 45 mins for practicing recall Writing an email to a reader Drafting a new book This Memory Power Exercise Eliminates All Fear In sum, this exercise helps not only define what memory power means to you and how to improve it. The exercise also identified your fears. With awareness of these, you can eliminate them one at a time from your life before proceeding to the next exercise. Some people may think this first step towards memory improvement is too involved. However, this should take no more than 5 minutes to complete. You might want to revisit it every so often to see where you stand, however. In other words, your personal definition of memory power is not a “set it and forget it” thing. It’s living, breathing and subject to change as your memory power evolves into something much better. 2. Set a specific goal and study memory techniques. Every body has heard of SMART goals. To quote from the Wikipedia entry, SMART goals are: Specific – target a specific area for improvement. Measurable – quantify or at least suggest an indicator of progress. Assignable – specify who will do it. Realistic – state what results can realistically be achieved, given available resources. Time-related – specify when the result(s) can be achieved. On the final note, it is often suggested that you add a deadline. However, the extent to which this matters (or any of the SMART goal conditions matter) is entirely up to you. In truth, even just having a goal in mind is better than nothing. But the more you can specify the conditions of the goal, the better. That’s why it’s important to include research as part of any goal. Although this means adding an additional step to your goals, it also means you’ll be able to proceed towards your goal on an informed basis. What does research mean when it comes to learning how to increase memory power? As we’ve seen in the previous exercise, it means starting by researching yourself and your memory improvement needs. But the next step is to do some research into memory improvement techniques themselves. Brace yourself, because there are a lot of them – or at least, there are a solid core of different memory techniques that are taught in different ways by different people. This can lead to the impression that there are literally thousands. But as in card magic where there appears to be a zillion tricks, the reality is that magicians are presenting variations on a small set of themes. To help you navigate the vast world of memory training, I’ve created the Memory Training Consumer Awareness Guide so that you can make an informed decision when choosing a memory training that’s right for you. Please take some time to go through it in either its Mp3 or PDF format and feel free to let me know if you have any questions at any time. After you’ve researched memory techniques and started using them, it’s important to keep practicing. It’s kind of like the way a musician approaches an instrument or an actor approaches the craft. No matter how good you get, you keep playing and performing. It’s not just that the skills need to be maintained – it’s that they need to become a way of life. And just as actors are called actors and musicians are called musicians, there is a name for people who take up memory techniques as a lifelong practice. They’re called mnemonists, though you can also just use the term Memorizer. No matter what you call them, these are some the most Magnetic people on the planet because they’ve taken the natural abilities of their minds – normal abilities that everyone has – and sharpened them. How? Certainly by spending time in self-analysis, doing research and setting goals. So if you’re ready to join their ranks, here’s another exercise. Determine Exactly What You Want To Memorize List these down on the a piece of paper. For me, the most important things are foreign language vocabulary, grammar principles, names and faces, facts about art and poetry (which includes the ability to memorize quotes, jokes and even entire speeches). For you, it might be math, programming languages and passwords. There are all kinds of needs, and better you can identify what your memory requirements are, the better the memory training you can seek. My advice is that you concentrate on the memory needs that are going to help you the most right now. If memorizing poetry and all the things that go along with it (quotes, jokes, etc.) have no value to you, then save that for later. Focus on what will get you through school as an A+ student, get you a better job or whatever will bring you immediate pleasure first. Know what motivates you and then look for the memory training that will help you most directly. This will quickly boost your existing motivation even higher because you’ll suddenly see and feel just how quickly you can achieve your goals through memory improvement. Obviously, there are a lot of memory trainings to recommend, but I think you’re best off doing some research of your own. And in addition to my consumer awareness guide, you can readily visit the Magnetic Memory Method resources section too. But because research is such an important part of self-development, do make sure to do some – you’ll learn what research is best by simply doing it, but in brief, here are some tricks of the trade I’ve learned over the years as a student, graduate student and research professor. Get. Off. The. Internet. Look, the Internet is awesome. No one is denying that. However, so little of all the print material has yet to appear online. There are books, magazines and articles, audio programs and even old videocassettes that still work that are not and probably never will be online. If you want the fullest possible range of knowledge, go to libraries, used bookstores and for older trainings, go to the Internet, but look at Ebay for old memory training materials. You’ll probably be amazed by what’s kicking around. Here’s another way to get off the Internet with a simple visualization and memory exercise: When On, Use The Internet Intelligently Most people run to Google and pop in a bunch of words. However, there are specific search terms you can add in order to radically narrow and improve your searching. Try, for example: Intext Inurl Intitle Filetype:pdf More search parameters exist, but these are the ones I typically use. * If you have access to a university library, read journal articles, dissertations and even entire books exclusive to these services. Some public libraries can grant you access to these as well, so ask a librarian. People who don’t physically go to libraries and many people who do don’t realize what a powerful resource a trained librarian can be. They literally search and organize material to be searched and found for a living. * Read outside of the memory improvement genre. Not only do memory techniques appear all over the place in different kinds of books and personal development trainings, but such resources contain all kinds of techniques that you can build onto your approach to memory. This is one of the many aspects that makes the Magnetic Memory Method unique. Relaxation, mindset and scientifically verified methods for generating greater happiness have been included. Of all the books I recommend on a regular basis, 59 Seconds by Richard Wiseman is probably one of the best. The simple technique of writing down 10 good things that happened to you every day is worth more than a billion dollars, and I’ll probably repeat that simple lesson a billion times if I live long enough to do it. It’s been that valuable to me and I know it will be that valuable for you too. And it’s ideas that you’ll come across when you read outside of the memory improvement genre. But don’t just rest on the ideas – act on them. You’ll never experience flight by reading about airplanes. At some point you’ve actually for to get on one and actually get into the sky. This is totally an aside, but in writing this, I’m reminded of the poet Ezra Pound. When investigators brought him home from Italy to America to stand trial for treason, he strolled the aisle and whistled as the plane loped the sky over the ocean. This was used as evidence of his mental instability at his trial, but even though he would spend the next 12 years locked up in a mental hospital, the truth is that he was just happy. It was the first time he had ever flown. As with the other exercises, all of this should be fun. Even just 10-15 minutes a week can expand your expertise of the world of memory in rapid order while making you a better researcher overall. Making research part of your memory improvement goals also serves as several memory exercises at once because you’re expanding your knowledge of the field. Working memory processes information and you’re feeding yourself details about ideas and books that you can recall later from long term memory. If you want, you can even use a Memory Palace to memorize the titles of books and articles you’ve read for revisiting later or for your overall knowledge of memory techniques and memory improvement strategies. 3. Create A Personal Memory Power Improvement Program Now it’s time to implement what you’ve been learning. But implementation without a plan is a dangerous business. Why? Because if you’re working and not getting results, you wind up frustrated. Frustration leads to inactivity. Inactivity leads to abandoning goals. Abandoned goals lead to more frustration, and before you know it, you’re far from where you could be. Worse, you might never wind up coming back. And that would be a tragedy because success with memory techniques is always just around the corner. (Even if you’re already accomplished, the next level also awaits if you regularly implement, experiment and make modifications according to your carefully defined goals.) As is clear to those who follow the Magnetic Memory Method, the Memory Palace is the be-all and end-all to your success with memory improvement. This doesn’t mean that it’s the only way, and this recent correspondence with a reader of How to Learn and Memorize Russian Vocabulary shows that. However, for most people, a well-designed Memory Palace is easy to create and even easier to use. Everything you need is available in the free Memory Palace Mastery video series (click the registration link at the top of the page). It’s never to late to develop this simple skill. Although the explanation is detailed and will take a little time to learn, the reason I go into such depth is because I want to ensure your success. I’ve seen it time and time again that most people experience the highest levels of success when they get the Memory Palace part of the memory improvement equation right the first time. Please don’t miss this special memory improvement opportunity available to you now for free. Once you’ve got a Memory Palace prepared, it’s actually time to build another one even before you start using the first one. I know this probably sounds crazy (and in fact some people have told me that it is crazy), but the reality is that you need more than one Memory Palace and multiple Memory Palace construction is in and of itself an extraordinary memory development exercise. If you’re building Memory Palaces in a fully informed manner, each one should take approximately 5-10 minutes each. Later, with a couple of Memory Palaces under your belt using the Magnetic Memory Method free video training and worksheets you get when you subscribe, pick something that fits one of your goals as described above. There’s no point practicing memory techniques by memorizing a shopping list (the typical, boring exercise that most memory trainings start with) – unless you absolutely love shopping and this ability will improve your life immediately and/or bring you enormous joy. Otherwise, pick something that interests you fiercely and will improve your life. Many people who are learning a language and have struggled a bit with the process will get an immediate boost from doing this. If you’re a businessperson, you might opt for learning to use Memory Palaces for names and faces or numbers first and practicing these will be of the greatest benefit. If you’re a student, you might want to practice with a list of important facts that are bound to show up on a quiz or a test. The more aligned your practice is with your goals and ambitions, the more you’ll be able to lock them onto your opportunities and eliminate your fears. It’s really that simple and really that fun. And the impact will move forward through time as you grow in life as an individual, as a learner and as a Memorizer (or mnemonist) if you prefer. In sum, increasing your memory power is easy and fun to do. That doesn’t mean it’s not without effort, however, though as I always like to say, even chocolate and sex require effort – and they’re both fantastic, as are advanced memory abilities. Don’t get scared off by the word “advanced.” It really means “forward,” as in moving forward. And as long as you’re moving forward, you truly are advanced. And that forward movement is the most important thing in the world. Without a doubt. Further Resources Download this worksheet so you can fill out your own Memory Power fears, strengths and opportunities sheet and start making massive improvements to your memory Pure Genius by Dan Sullivan Previous episode of the Magnetic Memory Podcast: Want Unlimited Memory? Get This Book! Magnetic Memory Method article on Tony Buzan, a master of memory and deep thinker of how to make world class mind maps Fabulous list post on Year Planning Mind Maps from mindmappingsoftwareblog.com All of Richard Wiseman’s books on his blog. Hint: The link to Night School points to Amazon.co.uk. If you replace the “co.uk” with “com” without changing any other part of the address, you’ll find this book on the U.S. store. This trick works for other Amazon stores around the world too. It’s magic. 😉 The post How To Increase Memory Power With These 3 Fun Exercises appeared first on Magnetic Memory Method - How to Memorize With A Memory Palace.
Biohacker and bestselling author Anthony DiClementi deconstructs the most effective, uncommon strategies to rapidly upgrade physical and mental performance. He sits down with world class experts from a wide variety of disciplines to tease out the latest research, products, routines, habits, and resources for hacking the human body and optimizing quality of life.Each episode reveals incredible new methods for improving body composition, energy production, cognitive function, athletic performance, and health span.Discover evidence-based, minimalist methods to enhance the quality of your life and achieve your physical, mental, and genetic potential.Learn more at BiohackersGuide.com
Rank #1: EP 112 - Dr. Joseph Mercola - The #1 Supplement Everyone Should Be Taking, 5G Protection, How to Recover Faster When Flying, and His Favorite Biohacks of All-Time.
In this podcast, I sit down with Dr. Joseph Mercola, whose passion is to transform the traditional medical paradigm in the United States. Topics discussed include the dangers of WiFi, NAD+, molecular hydrogen, and ways to heal from degenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. Links KetoFast: Rejuvenate Your Health with a Step-by-Step Guide to Timing Your Ketogenic Meals - https://amzn.to/2E4cRN5 Dr. Mercola Website: https://www.mercola.com/ Dr. Mercola Newsletter - https://articles.mercola.com/subscribe.aspx Products KetoneAid - https://ketoneaid.com/ (use discount code “biohacks”) Pruvit Ketone Salts - biohacks.pruvitnow.com Acousticon 2 EMF Meter - https://amzn.to/2BvOo1f Dream Headband - https://dreem.com Dr. Mercola Vegan Chocolate Protein - https://amzn.to/2E7d0iN Dr. Mercola Liposomal Vitamin C - https://amzn.to/2I6y6BH Throne Research - Niacel - https://amzn.to/2N2jwKc Niacin Powder - https://amzn.to/2N1m7nT Trusii Tablets - https://trusiih2.com/biohacks Trusii Unit - https://trusiih2.com/biohacks Elite X Case Study - https://trusiih2.com/biohacks Books The Non-Tinfoil Guide To EMF's: How to Fix Our Stupid Use Of Technology - https://amzn.to/2E5aMjV Fat for Fuel: A Revolutionary Diet to Combat Cancer, Boost Brain Power, and Increase Your Energy - https://amzn.to/2MZ6Q7b "Embrace The Sun" by Marc Sorensen - https://amzn.to/2MYpwE3 "Letting Go: The Pathway To Surrender" by David Hawkins - https://amzn.to/2MZKUIY "Power vs Force" by David Hawkins - https://amzn.to/2N2A1X0 "Dissolving Illusions: Disease, Vaccines, and The Forgotten History" by Susanne Humphries MD - https://amzn.to/2N1J4HJ "The WILD Way To Lucid Dreaming: Lucid Dreaming On Demand" - https://amzn.to/2BqyEwD Videos "The Devil We Know" (Netflix) - https://www.netflix.com/watch/80997719 Dr. Martin Pall, Ph.D.: Electromagnetic Field Exposure - The Cellular Effect on Humans - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w8ATQF8omdI Studies Nitric oxide and peroxynitrite in health and disease. - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17237348 Here’s where you can grab your copy of our free book The Biohacker’s Guide to Upgraded Energy and Focus (just help with shipping) https://biohackersguide.com/biohackers-guide-free. Learn more about the #1 High Performance Coaching Program in the world and have Anthony personally help you get in the best shape of your life, double your energy, and live in a state of optimal performance www.biohackingsecrets.com/coaching
Rank #2: Ep 61 - Mel And Gin - Biohacked Fasting For Faster Fat Loss .
Melanie Avalon (author of "The What When Wine Diet: Effortless Weight Loss: Paleo-Style Meals, Intermittent Fasting, And Wine") and Gin Stephens (author of "Delay, Don't Deny: Living An Intermittent Fasting Lifestyle.") are the expert duo behind The Intermittent Fasting Podcast, through which they educate listeners in how to burn fat, gain energy, and enhance health by changing WHEN you eat, not WHAT you eat. More and more people are realizing the benefits of intermittent fasting, and with their wealth of both personal and anecdotal experience working with thousands of clients, Mel and Gin are a treasure trove of information and guidance into the subject. In this episode of The Biohacking Secrets Show podcast, Mel and Gin and I discuss: “The Cookie Diet” – yes, this is real The two reasons people trying a ketogenic diet often don’t lose weight What the scientific literature says about intermittent fasting and how it slows down biological aging What it means to keep your fast “clean” The best types of wine for health and reducing oxidative stress Specific intermittent fasting protocols, practical applications And much, much more… So without further ado, sit back and relax and enjoy my conversation with Mel and Gin of the Intermittent Fasting Podcast. Here’s where you can grab your copy of our free book The Biohacker’s Guide to Upgraded Energy and Focus (just help with shipping) https://biohackersguide.com/biohackers-guide-free. Learn more about the #1 High Performance Coaching Program in the world and have Anthony personally help you get in the best shape of your life, double your energy, and live in a state of optimal performance www.biohackingsecrets.com/coaching
Amplify cognitive performance
Rank #1: Ep58: L-Theanine abolishes hardcore anxiety.
L-Theanine has some serious anxiety crushing power. It’s one of the best calming nootropics on the roster. In the nootropics book, Smarter Better Faster, it breaks down just how powerful L-Theanine is for balancing out other stimulatory nootropic compounds. It’s known as the “great balancer.” It stacks extremely well with Racetams, Noopept, Theacrine, and potent […]
Rank #2: Ep74: Modafinil, Noopept, and Alpha GPC.
Alright!! This podcast is going to be epic, so let’s breakdown what we’re going to discuss. First – it’s important to give a bit of a primer on Modafinil. Modafinil is a pretty common nootropic, but that’s exceptionally strong at facilitating wakefulness and mental energy. It provides an astonishing amount of support for just hardcore […]
Andy Murphy uses his 12 years of experience working with VIP clients such as Saudi Arabian Royalty, TV producers & world-champions to give you a competitive edge in your business and life. Join him while he uses his wisdom to interview world-class entrepreneurs, internet marketers, martial artists, Ironmen, Forex experts, and copywriters, from around the world.
Rank #1: #206 - Flow: How To Use This Power House Tool.
#206 - Flow: How To Use This Power House Tool This might be one of the most important episodes ever! Why, because here I give you a training that will open your eyes to why mastering flow will radically change your performance. VIP EXPERIENCE APPLICATIONhttps://goo.gl/forms/nVSWh8GFKEJ4spEC2 Step 2: WORLD'S FIRST BUSINESS BRAIN ASSESSMENT https://mindsetbydesign.co/business-brain-diagnosis Stephanie Matos Connect with her http://www.raiseyourvibetoday.com/contact (Spiritual Mindset/Business Coach for Woman) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stephaniematos1111I LOVE THIS SHOW??? Listen, Subscribe and Pls Write a Quick Review Itunes >>>https://goo.gl/3QfHqU Stitcher >>> https://goo.gl/Xkdzi8 google for all platforms Mindset by Design Page Get Motivated each day and Share the Entrepreneurs Journey Together https://www.facebook.com/groups/mbdacademy Who has Worked with Andy Privately? http://mindsetbydesign.co/testimonials Ask Me how to take your game to a whole new level. Andy@MindsetByDesign.co
Rank #2: #256: Art of Self Talk for Ultimate Performance.
#256: Art of Self Talk for Ultimate Performance There is one thing, that can make or break you. The voice in your head. In this episode I give you a lesson on how to navigate this inner world. PLS support the podcast. Subscribe and Write a Quick Review (P.S. Whenever You're ready) LET'S CONNECT: https://mindsetbydesign.co/connect/ FB Free Incubator Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/mbdacademy IG https://www.instagram.com/andymurphymindset/ LI https://www.linkedin.com/in/andymurphymindset/ https://mindsetbydesign.co/business-brain-diagnosis http://mindsetbydesign.co/testimonials 1 HIGH PERFORMER? Dipped in Results? Bounce back to Rocket Fuel Results https://mindsetbydesign.co/coaching 2 NEW FREE TRAINING: Get Any Online Business to Profit Without Changing Anything About It... https://8figurethinker.com 3 Now only $7 Brain Training Audio: https://www.worldclassperformer.co/yes Also check these out :) Listen, Subscribe and Pls Write a Quick Review Itunes https://goo.gl/3QfHqU Stitcher https://goo.gl/Xkdzi8 Spotify https://spoti.fi/2END4zI Libsyn https://bit.ly/2VFJExY Youtube https://youtu.be/UbACPiwiVrQ Sound Cloud https://bit.ly/2H2zunL
The Nourish Balance Thrive podcast is designed to help you perform better. Christopher Kelly, your host, is co-founder of Nourish Balance Thrive, an online clinic using advanced biochemical testing to optimize performance in athletes. On the podcast, Chris interviews leading minds in medicine, nutrition and health, as well as world-class athletes and members of the NBT team, to give you up-to-date information on the lifestyle changes and personalized techniques being used to make people go faster – from weekend warriors to Olympians and world champions.
Rank #1: How to Optimise Nutrition for Postpartum Recovery.
Lily Nichols, RDN, CDE is a Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist, Certified Diabetes Educator, author and researcher, specializing in evidence-based prenatal nutrition and exercise. She’s been with us on the podcast before, discussing her bestselling books, Real Food for Gestational Diabetes and Real Food for Pregnancy. Lily joins us on this podcast to talk about postpartum nutrition and healing, including nose-to-tail eating, carbohydrate restriction, and supporting mom’s recovery and energy needs after the baby arrives. We discuss nutrient requirements for new moms, and factors that affect readiness to resume work and exercise. Lily also shares details about her new webinars on postpartum recovery and nutrition at the Women’s Health Nutrition Academy. Here’s the outline of this interview with Lily Nichols: [00:02:40] Environmental mismatches. [00:03:19] Preparing for postpartum. [00:06:11] Preparing new moms for what to expect. [00:08:53] Book: Real Food for Pregnancy: The Science and Wisdom of Optimal Prenatal Nutrition, by Lily Nichols. [00:10:24] Appropriate postpartum activities, from an ancestral health perspective. [00:11:20] Katy Bowman. [00:15:40] The role of nutrient depletion in postpartum recovery. [00:16:12] Supporting connective tissue and collagen. [00:17:34] Nose-to-tail in traditional postpartum meals. [00:19:34] Postpartum energy needs. [00:27:41] Measuring micronutrient status: what and when to test. [00:29:28] Risk of anemia 75x higher for women who lost 1000mL of blood at delivery. [00:33:31] Increased MCTs in the breast milk when mothers eat carbohydrates. Study: Read, W. W. C., PHYLLIS G. LUTZ, and ANAHID TASHJIAN. "Human milk lipids: II. The influence of dietary carbohydrates and fat on the fatty acids of mature milk. A study in four ethnic groups." The American journal of clinical nutrition 17.3 (1965): 180-183. [00:33:40] Dietary MCTs get passed through breast milk; Study: Francois, Cindy A., et al. "Acute effects of dietary fatty acids on the fatty acids of human milk." The American journal of clinical nutrition 67.2 (1998): 301-308. [00:34:36] Carbohydrate restriction during lactation. [00:37:35] Better insulin sensitivity in early postpartum period. [00:41:03] Gestational diabetes. [00:42:27] Webinars at Women’s Health Nutrition Academy: Postpartum Recovery and Nutrient Repletion; and Nutrition for Breastfeeding. [00:44:35] Ayla Barmmer. [00:45:06] All available courses. [00:47:15] Podcast: The Human Milk-Oriented Microbiota: Babies and Beyond, with Megan Sanctuary. [00:49:29] Lily’s Blog.
Rank #2: How to Get Perfect Sleep with Dr. Kirk Parsley, MD.
“I’ll sleep when I’m dead,” so the lyric goes. If you don’t sleep you will be dead sooner is more true to life: Sleep improves everything. I mean, literally everything. I've not found a single thing that I can't tie to sleep being a major component of. And if you aren't sleeping well, you're just at risk for more of anything bad. Anything bad. --Dr. Kirk Parsley, MD, sleep expert and advisor to the Navy SEALs. Selling sleep should be like selling sex, so why is it so hard for people to do? Two reasons: Humans are the only animals with electricity, and we’ve used it to maximal effect for disrupting our normal circadian rhythms. It’s not that people won’t sleep, the problem is they can’t sleep. Time is money and shift working is a sad fact of life. The main thing you must do to get better sleep is appreciate its importance. I want you to buy into the idea of sleep and strive for it as you would any other goal. The rest is relatively straightforward, and that’s what Kirk and I cover in this podcast interview. Supraphysiological testosterone. Dr. Tommy Wood and I are constantly exploring supplements that boost testosterone, it’s one of our most frequently asked questions. Hormone replacement is usually not an option because almost everything you can think of is on the WADA banned substance list. What about herbs like Tribulus? Well perhaps, but neither herbs or HRT have the power of adequate sleep, and so that’s where we always start. During this interview, Dr. Kirk Parsley, a former Navy SEAL himself, tells the story of one officer that increased his free testosterone by 500% simply by getting off the sleep drugs like Ambien and getting proper sleep. Another 42-year old went supraphysiological (above normal levels) using sleep alone. What supplement should you take for more testosterone? Easy. Take a nap. Taking a nap is probably your best bet for enhanced recovery and learning too: I recommend to everyone to take naps even if you sleep perfectly. I take a nap every single day and I have for years and years and years. But definitely if you sleep sub-optimally, which means either you don't get great quality sleep or you don't get quite enough sleep, a nap is probably the best mitigation tool. But for what I do and for what you do and for what a lot of people do, we're in a super, super informationally dense age where we're completely overwhelmed by information. The beauty of a nap is that you can consolidate memories in a nap and you can form what's called durable track memories which means that it's going from your working memory to short term memory into your long term memory. And this is true for physical exercise, physical muscle memory like riding a bicycle or doing jiu-jitsu or boxing, playing the piano, whatever that requires some sort of physical movement to be memorized and to become sort of automated. Here’s the outline of this interview with Dr. Kirk Parsley 0:00:36 Kirk on Robb's podcast. 0:01:18 Robb and Kirk have attended multiple events together. 0:04:04 Like firefighters and pilots, SEALs are worried about losing their job. 0:04:57 Kirk was the SEAL confidant. 0:05:22 The SEALs can't be dependant on medicines or supplements. 0:05:41 Doctors learn how to classify and treat disease, not how to create health. 0:06:17 Normal symptoms (for an 80 year old). 0:07:02 As a physician to the SEALs, Kirk was able to get help from pretty much anyone. 0:07:56 9/11 happened and the SEALs started doing more work. 0:08:10 Now we have night vision. 0:08:22 Kirk investigated the idea of “adrenal fatigue”, had some success with treatment. 0:08:58 Ambien doesn’t help you get better sleep, it knocks you unconscious. 0:10:45 The SEALs kept asking for a supplement to save them the bother of shopping for individual supplements. 0:11:00 500% more free testosterone with better sleep! 0:11:11 No supplements, just sleep! 0:11:20 DHEA. 0:11:27 Zinc. 0:12:29 One 42 year old commanding officer developed supraphysiological testosterone by sleeping well. 0:12:53 Sleep decreases chronic inflammation and increases insulin sensitivity. 0:13:26 Kirk got out the military, started consulting. 0:13:59 This isn't just a SEAL problem. 0:15:45 Sleep improves everything. 0:16:28 Finding the most important thing is hard! 0:16:56 People are catching on. 0:17:15 The four pillars of health: Sleep, nutrition, movement, stress mitigation. 0:17:54 Sleep is not sexy. 0:19:39 Health optimisation to coin a phrase. 0:20:02 You don't have to be broken to get better. 0:21:10 Book: Textbook of Bio-Identical Hormones: Guiding Health in Uncertain Times by Edward Lichten, MD. 0:21:44 A protocol based on 98 lab markers. 0:21:57 If I can't say you have a disease, nothing is going to get covered by your insurance. 0:22:47 Trace elements, inflammation, AM cortisol. 0:23:12 Hormones and their precursors. 0:23:32 DHEA not sulfate. 0:23:56 Free androgen index. 0:24:11 In the 50s oestrogen wasn't high enough. 0:24:42 Kirk divides the year into quarters. 0:24:49 Q1 is lifestyle only. 0:25:28 No supplements until Q3. 0:25:56 No pharma until Q4. 0:26:08 Until you've idealized the lifestyle it's irresponsible to make any diagnosis. 0:26:20 Viagra for erectile dysfunction. 0:28:42 Somehow it's not ok to make money helping people. 0:29:28 Supplements are exactly that. 0:31:29 Zeitgeber. 0:32:04 Ultradian rhythm. 0:32:30 Suprachiasmatic nucleus. 0:33:10 Every single cell has a circadian clock. 0:34:14 Agile Health Coaching. 0:36:34 “Sleep hygiene” is a nebulous term. 0:37:23 Teaching yourself out of a job. 0:38:18 We used to use the sun. 0:38:26 Now we have electricity and time is money. 0:39:26 First step is value sleep. 0:40:22 Ganglion in the eye that do nothing except sense blue light/ 0:40:38 Pineal gland. 0:40:42 Melatonin. 0:40:52 Adrenals keep us awake. 0:41:13 Aldosterone. 0:42:14 Wake and sleep promoting neurotransmitters. 0:42:33 That's 80% of circadian rhythm. 0:43:13 The neocortex allows us to interact with the environment. 0:43:35 GABA slows down the neocortex. 0:43:55 Altering the resting and or action potential of the neuron. 0:44:20 Feeling exhausted, having a second wind. 0:45:55 Sleep hygiene is simulating the light going away. 0:46:21 Body temp is a cue. 0:47:09 The bedroom is for sleep and sex only. 0:48:02 Dead man's handle metaphor. 0:49:53 Is the modern environment is survivable? 0:50:41 Distract yourself else your mind will go racing. 0:51:33 Notification hell. 0:52:15 People get freaked out without external stimulation. 0:52:51 Men tend to ruminate on the future, women look back on everything that went wrong. 0:54:41 Make a list. 0:54:54 You will be better after sleep! 0:55:40 Don't look at the clock 0:57:46 There’s no evidence of vitamin D at night causing a problem. 0:59:16 Sleep Cocktails is changing name. 0:59:42 All the SEALs got off Ambien 1:00:08 Vitamin K2. 1:03:59 Book: Take a Nap! Change Your Life by Mark Ehrman. 1:05:13 Double your learning speed with naps. 1:09:47 Can you have too much sleep? 1:12:09 Kirk’s website. 1:13:12 sleepcocktails.com
Sky Sports presenter and author Tony Wrighton goes on a podcast adventure to find more energy, vitality and motivation. Packed with science, health tips, biohacking gadgets, supplements and some of the most respected and well-known experts on the planet. Oh, and occasionally all this experimentation goes wrong - you'll hear those too.It's all about energy, right?
Rank #1: Law of Attraction.
A Law of Attraction experiment. Attracting good vibes with author Jeannette Maw #90 Are you ready to fire up your cosmic good vibes? Last time Jeannette Maw came on Zestology, something very strange happened. We used the Law of Attraction to see if we could get more listeners to the podcast, with incredible results. It turned out to be the most listened-to podcast I've ever recorded, by quite a long way. So obviously I had to have Jeannette back on, and this time, something even better I hope. Stand by for a Law of Attraction experiment with Good Vibe Coach Jeannette Maw. Before you even listen though, have a think about what you would like to manifest. What you'd like to change, or have in your life that you don't have now. Ready? Okay, time to bring on Jeannette Maw.
Rank #2: 🍊 Meghan Currie on slowing down and loving every moment #103.
More from my travels. As you know I was on the road recently in Seattle, Tokyo, Bali and Dubai. And in Bali I met up with Zestology fave and celebrated yoga teacher Meghan Currie. And her super cute dogs (see blog pic). Meghan has much to offer for anyone who is interested in living in and loving every moment. As well as being a celebrated yoga teacher, Meghan Currie also blogs to her army of followers about travel and putting raw food on your face. Last time we spoke she lived... nowhere. I couldn't believe it. She was constantly on the road, touring, holding trainings and workshops and living on the road. That's all changed - and there was a lot to catch up on.
Wellness Force Radio is a global collective dedicated to mastering physical and emotional intelligence for humans to thrive in our modern world. In this podcast together, we discover the connections between the power of our thoughts, emotions, and health habits to live our best life and enjoy the process. Your host, Josh Trent, spotlights world class experts in the fields of physical and emotional intelligence, mindset, behavior change, supplementation, nutrition, health, wellness, fitness, and mindfulness that empower actionable steps for the wellness journey.After struggling with anxiety, depression, and weight gain in adolescence, in 2004 Josh let go of over 75 pounds and transformed his life by becoming a health and fitness professional that would coach over 12,000 sessions and evolve into one of the top wellness influencers on iTunes.Deeper topics include: Physical intelligence, emotional intelligence, behavior change, wellness, nutrition, behavioral psychology, habits, mindset, fitness, health, strength training, organic supplementation, biohacking, body transformation, psychedelics, mindfulness, meditation, neuroscience, and more.
Rank #1: 032 Katie & Gay Hendricks: Love Vs. Fear & Body Intelligence.
Gay Hendricks, Ph.D., and Kathlyn Hendricks, Ph.D., are pioneers in the fields of conscious relationships and body intelligence and the authors of more than 30 books, including best sellers such as Conscious Loving, The Big Leap, and Five Wishes. During the past 30 years they have appeared on hundreds of radio and television shows and networks, including Oprah, CNN, CNBC, and CBS's 48 hours. In 1989 they founded the Hendricks Institute, which offers seminars annually in North America, Asia, and Europe. Their nonprofit organization, The Foundation for Conscious Living, funds research, Films, and scholarships in the areas of conscious relationships and natural well-being. Learn more at www.Hendricks.com RATE & REVIEW in iTunes | SUBSCRIBE Discover: Why Digital Health Coaching? Listen as Katie & Gay uncover: How doing the work in our relationships can translate into better health and wellness in our lives. Gay & Katie's unique work in transformation & conscious living Their work in consciousness and creating a life of love, presence, and integrity The new book, Conscious Loving Ever After How to create thriving, loving, and conscious relationships Exploring the definition of emotional intelligence Healthy habits to begin cultivating in relationships with our partners and ourselves "Being out of integrity with your genius causes a wobble that destabilizes your relationship, work, and health.” - Gay Hendricks You May Also Like These Episodes: A Personal Trainer For Your Mind With Julianna Raye Healthy, Happy & Harder To Kill w/ Steph Gaudreau of Stupid Easy Paleo Beyond Meditation: How To Get A Better Brain With Ariel Garten Living A Healthy Lifestyle In A Modern World With Dan Pardi Creating A Life Worth Living With Michael Strasner Are You Interested In Changing Old Habits With New Technology? Download your free Digital Health Transformation Guide at wellnessforce.com/radio Don't miss next week's show! Subscribe to the show and stay updated If this show resonated with you, please leave us an honest rating and review The more reviews and ratings we receive, the more people we can reach with this amazing message!
Rank #2: 154 Vinnie Tortorich: No Sugar, No Grains.
Cancer feeds on sugar. Plain and simple as that. If you want to have a healthy body and mind, it's vital that you cut out as much processed sugar as possible. - Vinnie Tortorich You might have come to believe that being healthy and getting fit means eating bland foods and working out until you're about to crash and burn. JOIN THE FACEBOOK GROUP | REVIEW THIS PODCAST 20% OFF ORGANIFI - USE CODE: WELLNESSFORCE Well, that couldn't be farther from the truth. Living healthy isn't a punishment, it's about being present and enjoying the moment. One Wellness Force Radio episode 154, celebrity fitness trainer, speaker, Podcast Host of Fitness Confidential, and best-selling author of Fitness Confidential: Adventures in the Weight-Loss Game, Vinnie Tortorich, shares life stories, the importance of movement, and how to follow the No Sugars, No Grains (NSNG) lifestyle. With more than 30 years involved in the health and wellness industry, Vinnie has experienced so much and is a great source on any topic you want to know more about. By the end of this episode, you will feel more free and inspired than ever before to go on your own health and wellness journey. Fitness Confidential by Vinnie Tortorich America's Angriest Trainer, Vinnie Tortorich, exposes the nasty underbelly of the fitness industry while getting you into the best shape of your life. For over 20 years, Vinnie has been Hollywood's go-to guy for celebrities and athletes looking to get fit fast. Now, in this hilarious and often r-rated memoir, he holds nothing back. What's the best piece of fitness equipment money can buy? What's the fastest way to lose weight: diet or exercise? Why are health clubs worse than used car lots? In Fitness Confidential, Vinnie tells all. So get ready to get fit, get inspired and get the dirt with Hollywood's most outrageous personal trainer! Listen To Episode 154 As Vinnie Tortorich Uncovers: What he has seen and experienced with more than 30 years involved in the health and wellness industry. How he came up with the No Sugars, No Grains lifestyle. Why the idea that eggs are bad for you is a complete lie. The fact that quinoa is a grain and therefore it doesn't belong in the NSNG lifestyle. How the combination of becoming legally deaf at 6 years old, attending Catholic school, and his home life shaped the way that he is today. Vinnie's experience having and defeating leukemia. How he changed his diet to help end his leukemia by adding more Vitamin B, following a ketogenic diet, and cutting out sugars completely. Why is it that no single person ever succeeds on the very first try. Which is more important to focus on to get fit: diet or exercise? Why it's vital that you exercise so that you don't lose your muscular strength. Do celebrities have the same complaints with accountability that normal people do? How one of Vinnie's listeners, Lisa, broke through her negative relationship with food and overcame great adversity to become comfortable with herself. Why do certain foods negatively affect the blood sugars of some people, but not for others? What about the European Paradox? Which foods can spike our blood sugars to an unhealthy level? What can the Ketogenic Diet do for people? Can we cycle in and out with it? Why NSNG is not a Ketogenic Diet. How to prepare for a trip if you're on a 30 Day NSNG Reset. Power Quotes From The Show "When it comes to fitness, you can either use it or lose it. If you're not using your muscles and helping your body grow and get strong, then you're just dwindling away. What kind of exercise you decide do doesn't even matter. Go for a walk, on a bike ride, or use a jump rope for a couple of minutes. It doesn't matter." - Vinnie Tortorich "You shouldn't constantly cycle in and out of a Ketogenic Diet because that creates a lot of acidity in your system which can lead to problems like gallstones. Once you're in, you're in. You don't want to go crazy and have a carb night once you decide to get off the Keto Diet." - Vinnie Tortorich "Don't sleep in every morning. Instead, get up and get moving. Whether you have something to do the next day or not, get up and create something to do - even on the weekend. Have a healthy breakfast with some protein like a whole egg and then do something physical. You don't have to do tons of exercise first thing in the morning, but maybe some stretching or a light walk." - Vinnie Tortorich "Everyone has their own journey, but pretty much everyone just gives up after they fail. They don't see failure as another step towards success. If you think like that, then you're missing out because no one ever succeeds on the first try. We need to learn from our own failures." - Vinnie Tortorich Links From Today's Show: Vinnie Tortorich Facebook Twitter YouTube Fitness Confidential by Vinnie Tortorich and Dean Lorey The Fitness Confidential Podcast Fitness Confidential Episode 956 - Josh Trent on Emotion-Driven Eating No Sugar No Grains (NSNG) Frequently Asked Questions Fitness Confidential: The Weight That Protects You Will Kill You - Episode 884 Being Gluten Free and F*** Quinoa The French Paradox: Lessons for Other Countries Vinnie Tortorich on the Adam Carolla Show What the Health trailer Vinnie Tortorich on the Oprah Winfrey Network - Where Are They Now? Wide World of Sports Joseph Campbell's Hero's Journey Bruce Lipton WFR #129 - Gretchen Rubin WFR #103 - Robb Wolf About Vinnie Tortorich Author of the runaway bestseller Fitness Confidential and host of the popular Fitness Confidential podcast earning over 850,000 downloads per month, Vinnie Tortorich is revolutionizing the world of weight loss. He is also as a regular contributor on The Adam Carolla Show and a frequent guest on the Dr. Drew Show, Andy and Gina in The Morning at 110.03, The Sound, and The Heidi and Frank Show on KLOS. He is an international motivational speaker and has spoken at hospitals, universities, and corporate events around the world. During his 30 years of training Hollywood celebrities, Vinnie was the “go-to guy” for producers who wanted a certain star to drop some weight before filming began, and Starlets who “needed” to be a size 0 for the red carpet. Vinnie coached budding athletes who then went on to become world famous players. His experience was broad and his knowledge deep - he had seen and heard it all. Through his book and podcast Fitness Confidential, Vinnie introduces the world to a simple and sustainable way of eating and living that has revolutionized the lives of tens of thousands of people. By avoiding foods that contain sugar and grains and eating healthy fats, protein, and lots of fresh vegetables, NSNG® followers have lost hundreds of thousands of pounds and found themselves feeling fitter, healthier, and happier than ever before. Get More Wellness In Your Life Join the WFR Community on facebook Send Josh Trent a personal message Tweet me on Twitter: Send us a fun tweet (or a what's up) Comment on the Facebook page Sign up to get an email alert whenever we release a new episode Support This Podcast Leave a 5 star review on iTunes Share this episode with someone you care about Contact Wellness Force Radio for podcast sponsorship and partnership opportunities Rate & Review Wellness Force ---> REVIEW THE PODCAST Ask A Live Question For The Next Episode ---> Click here to leave a voicemail directly to Josh Trent to be read live on the air. You May Also Like These Episodes Food Freedom Forever With Melissa Hartwig Nir Eyal: Breaking Bad Habits, Technology Addiction, & Emotional Triggers Healthy, Happy & Harder To Kill w/ Steph Gaudreau of Stupid Easy Paleo Beyond Meditation: How To Get A Better Brain With Ariel Garten Living A Healthy Lifestyle In A Modern World With Dan Pardi Creating A Life Worth Living With Michael Strasner Join the Wellness Force Newsletter: www.wellnessforce.com/news Don't miss next week's show: Subscribe and stay updated Did you like this show on Ketosis? Rate and review Wellness Force on iTunes You read all the way to the bottom? That's what I call love! Write to me and let me know what you'd like to have to get more wellness in your life.
The data revolution has begun. The knowledge you will gain over your body, your health, your performance, will explode in the next 5 years. Empowering you to make better decisions about your body and get the results you’re looking for, instead of just guessing or following the latest opinion fad in health or fitness or anti-aging. The Quantified Body introduces you to the cutting edge in this trend – wearable devices, biomarkers, the latest lab tests, quantified self protocols, biohacking tactics, n=1 experiments and crowd science.Guests on this show include scientists, lab technicians, practicing physicians, citizen scientists and others with insights and perspectives on data collection and use towards health management and optimization. This show has the mission to hunt down the best, most accurate, most accessible sources of data we can find – that provide the clearest insights – to make better decisions about our bodies – whether it be towards the goals of better health, disease resolution, higher performance or longevity.Find more at http://thequantifiedbody.net
Rank #1: Dr. Thomas Seyfried: “Water Fasts” as a Potential Tactic to Beat Cancer.
Is some aspect of mitochondrial damage behind cancer? If so, can this theory help us take control of cancer via tactics such as yearly or more frequent "7 day water fasts". When we think about death, cancer is often what we think of first. If you're like me, most, if not all, of the deaths affecting you personally in your life may have been due to cancer.Part of what makes a cancer diagnosis so devastating is that it's mechanisms – how it works, where it comes from, how we can treat it effectively, how we can track it's development, ...
Rank #2: Dominic D’Agostino: Leveraging Ketone Bodies for Health, Performance and Longevity.
Ketone bodies, whether gained from fasting, keto diets, MCTs or exogenous ketones have many potential applications with benefits ranging from performance, to health, to longevity and mitigating symptoms and risks of certain diseases.There is growing evidence that ketone bodies, whether they come from fasting, keto diets, MCTs or exogenous ketones have potential applications across many areas from longevity to performance, to health and mitigating some of the risks and symptoms of certain diseases like cancer and neurologically inclined deceases. As such the whole ketone body area is what I call a high leverage area due to the many potential ...
A show created to inform listeners on the important aspects of health, wealth and happiness to ensure you live life to its fullest. Your hosts, Jason Hartman and Fernando Aires, interview top notch authors and gurus in the field to reveal expert advice.Guest include: Dr. Charles Tandy, David Ewing Duncan, Dr. Joseph Maroon, Dr. Edmund Chein, Dr. Michael Mosley, Matt Fitzgerald, Dr. Norman Shealy, Ari Tulla, Budge Collinson, Luis Tijerina, Ben Greenfield, Dr. Brett Osborn, Ted Anton, Patrick Cox, Jenny Craig, and many more.
Rank #1: LS 74 - Super Immunity, The Essential Nutrition Guide for Boosting Your Body's Defenses to Live Longer, Stronger & Disease Free with Dr Joel Fuhrman.
Through his medical practice, as well as his New York Times best-selling books and PBS specials, Dr. Fuhrman has helped thousands of people lose weight permanently and reverse chronic diseases, such as heart disease, diabetes, autoimmune diseases and chronic pain syndromes, including migraines, using a nutrient-dense, plant-rich eating style that he calls the Nutritarian diet. Dr. Fuhrman is the President of the Nutritional Research Foundation, and is a frequent guest on The Dr. Oz Show, for which he serves on the medical advisory board. An internationally recognized expert on nutrition and natural healing, Dr. Fuhrman is also a health and fitness enthusiast, whose athletic background gives him a keen insight into the importance of diet and physical exercise. Before graduating from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Dr. Fuhrman was a world-class figure skater who placed third in the 1976 World Professional Pairs Skating Championship. Key Takeaways: [3:15] Dr Fuhrman's history in figure skating, and why he left for medicine after he got injured [7:50] What two things you could do today to change your life for the better [10:15] Why using medication isn't always the best solution and how you can protect yourself from heart disease without medication [13:27] Nutrition vs medication, how much each can actually lower your risk of heart disease [15:30] Why it's important to start young, and if it's too late for you now if you didn't [18:00] If there's a model diet for kids that's different from adults [19:55] Why focusing on what you ARE eating makes you not want what you CAN'T eat [23:10] If there's a need for any animal products [28:15] Whether we should still be worried about cholesterol Websites Mentioned: www.drfuhrman.com
Rank #2: LS 152 - Prolonging Life with Just the Food You Eat with Michael Greger.
Fernando Aires speaks with Michael Greger, best selling author of How Not To Die and it's companion cook book, about just that... how to eat healthy and prolong your life by avoiding and unnatural diet. Key Takeaways: 2:54 - Avoiding heart diseases, cancers and diabetes with your diet rather than medical treatment 3:56 - Is vaping really better than smoking? 5:40 - The negatives of how doctors treat chronic diseases 7:09 - The one diet proven to reverse heart disease 8:46 - Wild meat vs farmed meat 10:15 - The effects of oils in your diet 12:05 - What processed foods are and what they do to you 14:00 - The prevelance of sugar 15:20 - How you should intake fructose 16:23 - Foods that effect prostate cancer 18:28 - Coffe... good or bad? 19:58 - The "daily dozen" foods that should be consumed daily Websites Mentioned: nutritionfacts.org
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Rank #1: Mastering Your Immune System - Part 1.
David Wolfe interviews 'The Ice-Man' Wim Hof on the extraordinary feats that have science baffled. Learn to access your autonomic nervous system and take your immune system to the next level with this information.
Rank #2: Part 2 - What Everyone Needs to Know About Food.
Joel Salatin, featured speaker at the upcoming Longevity Now® Conference, continues discussing the fundamental issues with conventional farming practices that are destroying our planet and our health in Part 2 of this interview.
Where Cutting Edge Science Meets Cutting Edge Health.
Rank #1: Dr. Gundry: Turning off Autoimmunity with a Lectin Avoidance Diet.
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.
Rank #2: Dr. Gundry Lectins Are The Root Cause Of Inflammation And Disease.
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.
World's top optimal human performance conference
Rank #1: Biohacking Protocols For Optimizing Your Day With Dr. Olli Sovijarvi.
Biohacker’s Live Show features top experts in optimal human performance as if they were in your living room. Your host is Teemu Arina, the co-author of the Biohacker’s Handbook and curator of the Biohacker Summit. Catch each episode by subscribing to our podcast on iTunes here. DR. OLLI SOVIJÄRVI (FIN) Licensed Physician & Author @ Biohacker Center Dr. Olli Sovijärvi is one of the pioneers of holistic medicine in Finland. In 2006 he graduated from the University of Helsinki with a Licentiate degree in Medicine. In 2010–2011 Dr. Sovijärvi completed an integral theory degree at John F. Kennedy University, focusing on psychology and philosophy. For the first five years of his career as a physician, Dr. Sovijärvi was employed by Finland’s first medical recruitment agency. He has worked at nearly 50 different clinics and ERs around Finland. Dr. Sovijärvi has also acted as consultant to various companies and service providers operating in the fields of wellness and health technology. Between 2013–18, Dr. Sovijärvi practiced medicine at a private clinic that specializes in nutrition and holistic health care. At present, Sovijärvi focuses primarily on the production of scientific content for preventive health care and wellbeing. He is a co-author of the Biohacker’s handbook and co-founder of Biohacker Center. He also runs training sessions and presentations on the topics of biohacking, performance optimization, nutritional issues, and maintaining the intestinal balance. In his free time, he is an exercise enthusiast and an electronic music DJ. Watch the discussion between host Teemu Arina and guest Olli Sovijärvi on the topic: Listen to the podcast episode here: Learn more about Biohacker Summit 2019 here where your guest will be speaking. Live stream also available.
Rank #2: Breathing Hacks To Manage Daily Energy with Kasper van der Meulen.
Biohacker’s Live Show features top experts in optimal human performance as if they were in your living room. Your host is Teemu Arina, the co-author of the Biohacker’s Handbook and curator of the Biohacker Summit. Catch each episode by subscribing to our podcast on iTunes here. How do you consciously manage your energy throughout the day? It’s a matter of triggering the mental and physical state you need in that moment. Kasper will share a simple but profound view of the nervous system, how it produces mental and physical states and why our breathing is the ultimate tool to hack into it. Say goodbye to the 4-o-clock dip, trouble getting to sleep or the after lunch crash. Say hello to on-demand flow state superpowers. KASPER VAN DER MEULER (NL) Science Teacher | Biohacker | Bestselling Author | Breathing Specialist Kasper van der Meulen is a Bestselling Author, Biohacker and Science Teacher. He went from being overweight, burnt out and unhappy, to developing extraordinary focus, fitness and personal freedom. He put himself through numerous experiments and challenges, conquered the cold, ran ultramarathons on his bare feet, tested countless diets, read a ton of scientific literature and explored as many esoteric practices he could find. With over ten thousand hours of experience in as a teacher, trainer and speaker, he always finds the most fun and easy ways to convey powerful messages into practical applications for his audience. Kasper now travels the world on a mission to teach others to be the healthiest, happiest and strongest version of themselves through transformative experiences, scientific understanding and vivid storytelling. He specializes in creating instant wins for people at the fringes of human performance, ranging from elite athletes to armed forces special operatives to high powered CEO’s. Watch the discussion between host Teemu Arina and guest Kasper van der Meulen on the topic: Listen to the podcast episode here: Learn more about Biohacker Summit 2019 here where your guest will be speaking. Live stream also available.
How can we live our modern lives with balance? How do we find happiness in all the noise? Where can we find meaning and live an awesome life filled with purpose and adventure? Enter the Urban Monk.Pedram Shojai is a Doctor of Oriental Medicine, a Taoist Priest, a Qi Gong Master, a film maker, an author, and a Kung Fu world traveler. He invites you to join in on this free-flowing conversation exploring what it means to live with balance in the 21st century.
Rank #1: Reset Your Metabolism with Guest Dr. Alan Christianson.
You may have heard (often) to fire up your metabolism in order to lose weight, but what really does that mean? How are we able to control our metabolism? Dr. Alan Christianson suggests we should focus on our livers to better serve our body. How does the liver control the fat being stored in our bodies? How can we work better to lose extra inches off our bellies? What role does the liver play in suppressing metabolism?
Rank #2: Secrets For A Long Life with Guest John Day.
At forty-four, acclaimed cardiologist John Day was overweight and suffered from insomnia, degenerative joint disease, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol. On six medications and suffering constant aches, he needed to make a change. While lecturing in China, he’d heard about a remote mountainous region known as Longevity Village, a wellness Shangri-La free of heart disease, cancer, diabetes, obesity, dementia, depression, and insomnia, and where living past one hundred—in good health—is not uncommon. Day, a Mandarin speaker, decided to spend some time living in Longevity Village. He learned everything he could about this place and its people, and met its centenarians. His research revealed seven principles that work in tandem to create health, happiness, and longevity—rules he applied to his own life. Six months later, he’d lost thirty pounds, dropped one hundred points off his cholesterol and twenty-five points off his blood pressure, and was even cured of his acid reflux and insomnia. Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://well.org/subscribe Subscribe to The Urban Monk Podcast on iTunes: http://theurbanmonk.com/ Connect with us: http://well.org/ Facebook - http://well.org/facebook Twitter - http://well.org/twitter Pinterest - http://well.org/pinterest YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/user/wellchannel