How to thrive during menopause with Amanda Thebe
51 min

Perimenopause is a time when a woman's hormones are going amuck and it can literally ruin her life. Amanda Thebe's book, Menopocolypse, takes you through her journey and the journeys of 1000s of other women so you can know what to expect and thrive during menopause. Also, Amanda wants to send you a signed copy of the book. Go to for more details. You can find the full show notes at

Ben Greenfield Fitness: Diet, Fat Loss and Performance
Ben Greenfield Fitness: Diet, Fat Loss and Performance
The South African Performance Expert Who Blends Biohacking, Biomechanics, Body, Mind, Relationships, Environment & Beyond To Optimize Human Performance.
My guest on today's show is a man I met in India and immediately became intrigued with when he sat down to dinner with me and a friend, and began to delve into unlocking flow states in athletes through breath work. It turns out he had over two decades of experience in coaching professional athletes towards not only cultivating a winning mindset, but also customizing their training loads to their biomechanics and physiology, then optimizing body, mind, relationship and personal environment to skyrocket the careers of the Indian professional teams and athletes he was working with. His name is , and he describes his new book  as an "out-of-the-box approach" to performance enhancement. It is one part memoir and one part guide to self-discovery - an intimate account of the lessons Shayamal learned while growing up during South Africa's apartheid era, from living the life of a monk and traveling the globe with professional athletes. Using his knowledge and experience from the worlds of science, spirituality, and psychology, in this book, he takes you through this introspective and self-healing journey. From understanding the importance of self-love to decoding the science of healthy relationships; from learning to be emotionally present in every conversation to engineering your environment for success,  helps you take a deeper look at your life. Offering a scientific analysis of the human psyche and packed with useful questionnaires, his book is your guide to self-transformation and personal mastery. Shayamal is a South African born Sports Scientist, Psychologist and High Performance Coach. He hold two masters degrees in Clinical and Organizational Psychology. He grew up in apartheid South Africa, where his dream of wanting to play sports for the country faced an insurmountable opponent in institutionalized segregation. Not quite ready to quit sport, he studied Sports & Exercise Science. After returning from the Cricket World Cup in 2003 (Technical Analyst of Indian Cricket Team), he realized that irrespective of one's academic qualifications and experience, racism was going to be a barrier to growth for people of color. To escape the pain of discrimination, he lived a monastic life for just under four years at the Hare Krsna Temple in South Africa. During that time, he discovered the close parallels between modern psychology and ancient vedic philosophy. Shayamal has since studied the various spiritual philosophies and worked to bridge the gap between spirituality and psychology in an attempt to guide his clients - the worlds best athletes and CEOs. Shayamal is a 4x TEDx speaker, a recipient of the INK Fellowship, the Australia India Youth Fellowship, Men's Health Trainer of the Year, and Wellness Guru of the Year 2019. He serves on the Global Advisory Board of Herbalife Nutrition, Adidas Running and the UK Risk Management Forum. He has authored four book on Sports Science and Motivation and lectured at academic institutes globally for more than a decade. As a motivational speaker, Shayamal has delivered more than 350 keynotes addresses. Shayamal has served as a consultant to the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls in South Africa , Kenyan Athletics Team, Indian Olympic Association, United Nations Youth Forums, and on the peer review board of numerous academic scientific journals.  He has been a High Performance Coach or Sports Scientist to the South Africa High Performance and Women's Cricket Team, 2003 Indian World Cup Cricket Team, South Africa Davis Cup Team, Indian Davis Cup Team, Kings XI Punjab (IPL), Bengaluru FC (3 x Winners of Premier League in India), Jaipur Pink Panthers (Inaugural Kabaddi Champions), St Lucia Stars (Carribean Premier League). He has been the Sports Scientist with the Indian Contingent at the Beijing 2008 Olympics, London 2012 Olympics, Delhi Commonwealth Games, and 2010 Guangzhou Asian Games. He has...
1 hr 20 min
The Model Health Show
The Model Health Show
Shawn Stevenson
TMHS 445: What Is Stress And Fear Doing To Our Immune Systems? With Dr. Bruce Lipton
At this time in human history, we’re more stressed than ever. We know that chronic stress leads to a myriad of health problems, including a lowered immune system and increased susceptibility to infections. So how do we break out of this negative cycle and create real change that will lead to longer, healthier lives? It starts with taking control over our minds. When we’re driven by fear and anxiety, the capacity and strength of our immune system becomes undermined. But when we recognize our innate ability to create our reality, we become stronger, healthier, and more empowered. There’s no one better suited to speak on the topic of the mind-body connection than Dr. Bruce Lipton. Dr. Lipton is a stem cell biologist, bestselling author, and an internationally recognized thought leader. On today’s show, he’s sharing the powerful science behind how your beliefs inform the expression of your genetics, how to optimize your immune function, and the pertinent steps you need to take in order to change your health outcomes. Enjoy! In this episode you’ll discover: * The shocking amount of money that is wasted in our healthcare system. * What epigenetics is. * The definition of genetic determinism, and how it works. * How changing your beliefs can actually alter your genetics. * The role that your nervous system plays in genetic expression. * What percentage of disease is controlled by genes. * How stress interferes with the immune system. * Three fundamental things that shift when the body is under stress. * What percentage of Americans have chronic diseases. * How the human body creates immunity. * Four behaviors you need to practice to protect your immune system. * Which two vitamins you should take daily. * The role of the tonsils (and why babies put everything in their mouths). * A link between quantum physics and epigenetics. Items mentioned in this episode include: * -- Get an exclusive discount on your daily health elixirs! * Epigenetics and the Biology of Belief with Dr. Bruce Lipton – Episode 235 * The Biology of Belief by Dr. Bruce Lipton * Spontaneous Evolution by Dr. Bruce Lipton * The Honeymoon Effect by Dr. Bruce Lipton * Connect with Dr. Bruce Lipton Website / Facebook / Instagram * Download Transcript Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes: * Apple Podcasts * Stitcher * Spotify * Soundcloud Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation
1 hr 17 min
Muscle For Life with Mike Matthews
Muscle For Life with Mike Matthews
Mike Matthews
The Best of Muscle for Life: How to Stay Lean, How Much Cardio You Should Do, The Self-Made Myth
I’ve recorded hundreds of episodes of Muscle for Life on a huge variety of things related to health, fitness, and lifestyle, ranging from the basics of diet and exercise like energy and macronutrient balance and progressive overload and training frequency and volume to fads like the ketogenic and carnivore diet and collagen protein to more unfamiliar territories like body weight set point and fasted cardio. Some episodes resonate with my crowd more than others, but all of them contain at least a few key takeaways that just about anyone can benefit from (that’s what I tell myself at least). And as cool as that is, it poses a problem for you, my dear listener: Ain’t nobody got time for that. Well okay, some people do make the time to listen to most or even all of my podcasts, but my wizbang analytics tell me that while many listeners tune in on a regular basis, they don’t catch every installment of Muscle for Life and thus miss out on insights that could help them get a little better inside and outside the gym. People have also been saying they’d like me to do more shorter, multi-topic episodes, like my Q&As. And so I got an idea: how about a “best of” series of podcasts that contains a few of the most practical and compelling ideas, tips, and moments from my most popular episodes? This way, people who are new to the show can quickly determine if it’s for them or not, and those who enjoy what I’m doing but don’t have the time or inclination to listen to all of my stuff can still benefit from the discussions and find new episodes to listen to. So, in this installment of The Best of Muscle for Life, you’ll be hearing hand-picked morsels from three episodes: _1. __Marc Perry on How to Stay Super Lean Year Round (Without Hating Your Life)_ (_Originally published July 18, 2018_) _2. __How Much Cardio You Should Do (and How Much Is Too Much) _(_Originally published April 3, 2019_) _3. __Motivation Monday: Beware the “Self-Made” Myth_ (_Originally published August 27, 2018_) And we’ll be starting with number one, Marc Perry on how to stay super lean year-round. 5:44 - Marc Perry on How to Stay Super Lean Year Round (Without Hating Your Life) 16:03 - How Much Cardio You Should Do (and How Much Is Too Much) 24:16 - Motivation Monday: Beware the “Self-Made” Myth --- Mentioned on The Show: Shop Legion Supplements Here: _ Want free workout and meal plans? Download my science-based diet and training templates for men and women:
33 min
Rhonda Patrick, Ph.D.
Q&A with Dr. Jed Fahey on Sulforaphane, Moringa and Chemoprotection
In this special two-hour Q&A episode with Dr. Jed Fahey, a world-leading expert on the science of chemoprotection and, in particular, sulforaphane, we discuss many of the listener-submitted questions from the hundreds of live event participants. Get the full timeline and show notes. Listen to learn Dr. Fahey's thoughts on… * 00:07:19 - The minimum daily dose of sulforaphane that elicits beneficial health effects * 00:12:04 - Why gauging the amount of sulforaphane in foods presents challenges * 00:17:37 - Workarounds to enhance the sulforaphane in cooked foods * 00:23:38 - How often to consume broccoli sprouts and how long their effects last * 00:39:28 - The effects of sulforaphane on glutathione production in the brain * 00:43:12 - The effects of sulforaphane on cancer * 01:17:26 - Alternatives to sprouts, such as supplements (and which ones Dr. Fahey recommends) * 01:33:08 - Safety concerns regarding sulforaphane In this episode, Dr. Fahey mentions the following companies, websites, and supplements: * Brassica Protection Products * Cullman Chemoprotection Center * Crucera SGS® (Thorne) * Oncoplex® (Xymogen) * Avmacol® * Vision Defense® (Swanson) * MaxN-Fuze® * MitoCORE® (Ortho Molecular Products) Extra resources Learn how to sprout at home safely by downloading the 15-page sprouting guide developed with Dr. Fahey. Sign-up to participate in the live every-single-month Q&A series by becoming a FoundMyFitness premium member.
1 hr 56 min
The Darin Olien Show
The Darin Olien Show
Darin Olien
#43 Fatal Conveniences™: Shallow Breathing: Take a Deep Breath
Pay attention to the way you breathe. Take a deep breath in right now. Are your shoulders raising? If so, you’re probably shallow breathing. Welcome to Fatal Conveniences™ This is a bite-sized segment that parallels The Darin Olien Show. In these segments, we get into society's Fatal Conveniences™. I define these as the things we may be doing because the world we live in makes us believe we have to. These things save us time and trick us into thinking they're actually good for us. But it's those same things that are breaking down our health and the health of the environment around us. I've spent most of my adult life obsessively researching these "conveniences." On every show, I pick one topic, and we dive into it. My goal is to make you more aware of these traps so that you can push back on them. Remember, it starts with you and the choices you make. So, if you're willing to look at your world from a different perspective and make little tweaks that amount to big changes, then this segment is for you. Shallow breathing keeps us in a perpetual state of stress. When you’re stressed, your breathing quickens and you inhale shallowly. However, if you breathe this way normally, your body is constantly in a state of stress. Shallow breathing, or thoracic breathing, comes with a laundry list of negative side effects. And you may not even realize you’re doing it. Instead of thoracic breathing, we all should be diaphragmatically breathing. This long fancy word just means you should be using your diaphragm to draw air into your body. Watching a newborn is a perfect example of diaphragmatic breathing. They draw air through their nose into their lungs, and their belly expands. As they exhale, their belly contracts. Try doing that now. See the difference? So besides stressing us out, what other harm is shallow breathing causing? Well, it limits our functional movement and muscular balance for starters. It also messes with our immune system and metabolism and can even cause muscle and joint pain and stiffness. But don’t worry. In this segment, I break down how to tell the difference between shallow and diaphragmatic breathing. And I give you ways to practice how to quit shallow breathing for good. Other info in this segment: I reveal the reasons behind my obsession with fatal conveniences The definitions of thoracic and diaphragmatic breathing How to tell if you’re shallow breathing How many breaths you should be taking per minute PTSD and breathing How you can retrain your body to breathe using your diaphragm Links & Resources: The Effect of Diaphragmatic Breathing on Pain, Anxiety and Depression Breathing Pattern Disorders and Functional Movement The Effect of Diaphragmatic Breathing on Attention The Respiration Connection The Physiological Effects of Slow Breathing in the Healthy Human How Shallow Breathing Affects Your Whole Body The Oxygen Advantage by Patrick McKeown Listen to Patrick McKeown’s episode of The Darin Olien Show Netflix’ Down To Earth’ Official Trailer Download Darin’s amazing new lifestyle app and get 3 days free at Barukas Nuts 15% discount with code “DARIN” Want more great info on how to detoxify your life? Sign up for my Fatal Conveniences™ emails The Darin Olien Show is produced by the team at Must Amplify. If you’re looking to give a voice to your brand, and make sure that it’s heard by the right people, head to to see what Amplify can do for you.
18 min
The Keto Kamp Podcast With Ben Azadi
The Keto Kamp Podcast With Ben Azadi
Ben Azadi
Dr Ann Barter | How to Balance Neurotransmitters in the Brain Naturally - KKP: 210
Today, I am blessed to have here with me Dr. Ann-Marie Barter, a chiropractor who serves Niwot, Longmont, Boulder, Lyons, Louisville, Lafayette and the surrounding communities in the Denver Metro Area. Dr. Ann graduated from the University of Western States in Portland, Oregon, an accredited 4 year Doctoral program that is considered a leader in evidence-based medicine, and the first Chiropractic school to be awarded a federal research grant. Dr. Ann underwent rigorous clinical training with some of the finest chiropractors. Dr. Ann has also undergone advanced training in Applied Kinesiology, completing over 400 extra classroom hours and is certified to practice Applied Kinesiology. She has also studied Functional Blood Chemistry under Dr. Kharrazian. Dr. Ann also hosts The Fearless Health Podcast. The show is dedicated to all thing’s natural health and wellness. Whether it be alternative and functional medicine, structural, spiritual, or fitness and nutrition, Dr. Ann will cover it based on her experiences in practice over the last ten years or with the help of special guests and curated interviews. In this episode, Dr. Ann talks all about neurotransmitters. First, she explains that neurotransmitters are the messengers in our body; they are crucial to our overall health and happiness. If you're curious about how well your neurotransmitters are working, Dr. Ann recommends getting an Organic Acids Test (OAT) done. Plus, Dr. Ann reveals which supplements she recommends to her patients struggling with dopamine levels. Tune in as we talk about the effect carbs will have on dopamine and why ketosis is so essential for our neurotransmitter health. ⏱️ The Art of Fasting Webinar. Register For Free: ▸ 🎁 FREE KETO KAMP BLUEPRINT: 🎓 Join the Keto Kamp Membership for only $5!: / E P I S O D E S P ON S O R S PureForm Omega Plant Based Oils (Best Alternative to Fish Oil): Use ben4 for $4.00 off. ☕️ Purity Coffee: http//, use ketokamp at checkout for 10% off [02:15] About Dr. Ann * At 16, Dr. Ann went to the doctor. She didn’t feel well, but the doctor told her she was normal. * One day, Dr. Ann had terrible stomach pain, she went to a different doctor. It turns out, Dr. Ann’s appendix exploded. * Later, Dr. Ann had severe hives that sent her to the emergency room. No one talked to her about diet. So, she sought care from natural providers. They spoke to her about diet, environmental pollutants, and hormones. [05:15] Why Dr. Ann Loves Neurotransmitters * Ann meets patients who just can’t change their diets. Person after person, Dr. Ann wanted to know what was going on. * She started to run tests on herself and found out her neurotransmitters were in the toilet. Dr. Ann was exposed to black mold, it was contributing to a lot of her problems. * When she found the black mold, Dr. Ann moved out. [09:15] About Neurotransmitters * Neurotransmitters are messengers for your body. * They work in the brain and make us feel good. However, they also run digestion, muscle coordination, and other functions. * When we think about adrenal health, dopamine shares a pathway with our fight or flight chemicals. It’s associated with our adrenal health. Sometimes when someone is exhausted, it could be dopamine depletion. * Dopamine can become depleted for a variety of reasons. Some people do not methylate correctly. Chronic stress can also deplete dopamine. [11:45] How Methylation Works * You need certain chemicals to make the dopamine conversion. * There is a test to figure out how your pathways are working. * If you don’t have the nutrients to run a pathway, it might not be a methylation issue. * Make sure that you are running the pathway appropriately. * Not having the right nutrients can cause stress. * When Dr. Ann runs testing, people are depleted in Vitamin C, B6, and magnesium. * It can be as simple as supporting the body with some nutrients so the pathway can run better. [16:15] Getting The Organic Acids Test * There are other tests, but Dr. Ann uses an Organic Acids Test. * This test is fantastic because it can check for black mold. * Before taking the test, do a glutathione challenge. * If someone has dopamine depletion, it could be related to something they have been exposed to. [22:00] Recommending Supplements * When someone goes to see Dr. Ann, they have poor gut health. That’s why Dr. Ann will recommend supplements. * If you are chronically iron deficient, then something in the gut could be creating inflammation. * Ann would like to kill critters before supplementing. * If you can optimize your gut, you can get the necessary vitamins and minerals through your food. * Ann will give a product that has B6, B9, B12, and B2. However, she checks with the individual where they are high and where they are low. [24:40] How Carbs Will Affect Our Dopamine * When someone wants carbs to feel satisfied, they could go overboard. * Processed carbs make our neurotransmitters pop up and crash even lower than before. * When you have been overeating carbs, you try and increase your dopamine levels. However, the dopamine will be lower than they were before. [33:10] The Benefits Of Ketosis On Neurotransmitters * All hormones rise in ketosis. * Being in ketosis is beneficial for neurotransmitters as long as you are not too depleted. * If someone is starving themselves, then it may not be beneficial for neurotransmitters. * As a general rule, fasting is good for neurotransmitters. [39:20] The Best Foods For Neurotransmitters * You want proteins! * Vegetables and fats are also essential. * Nuts and seeds will help with your neurotransmitters as well. [50:40] How To Know What You’re Lacking * Run an Organic Acids Test (OAT) to see what’s going on. * It’s a urine test. [52:40] Increasing Glutathione * Ann will give it to her patients straight – it is critical for overall health. * Also, Dr. Ann recommends a glutathione liposomal. AND MUCH MORE! Resources from this episode: * Check out Dr. Ann’s Website: * Follow Dr. Ann * Instagram: * Facebook: * Twitter: * Listen to The Fearless Health Podcast: * Join theKeto Kamp Academy: * WatchKeto Kamp on YouTube: 🎓 Join the Keto Kamp Membership for only $5!: / E P I S O D E S P ON S O R S PureForm Omega Plant Based Oils (Best Alternative to Fish Oil): Use ben4 for $4.00 off. ☕️ Purity Coffee: http//, use ketokamp at checkout for 10% off // R E S O U R C E S ➡️The World's Best Olive Oil | Get a $39 Bottle For a $1: ☕Healthiest Coffee: Use "ketokamp" for 10% off ➡️Keto Kamp Apparel: *Some Links Are Affiliates* // F O L L O W ▸ instagram | @thebenazadi | ▸ facebook | /thebenazadi | ▸ twitter | @thebenazadi Disclaimer: This podcast is for information purposes only. Statements and views expressed on this podcast are not medical advice. This podcast including Ben Azadi disclaim responsibility from any possible adverse effects from the use of information contained herein. Opinions of guests are their own, and this podcast does not accept responsibility of statements made by guests. This podcast does not make any representations or warranties about guests qualifications or credibility. Individuals on this podcast may have a dir…
1 hr 5 min
The Ultimate Health Podcast
The Ultimate Health Podcast
Jesse Chappus
381: Dr. Dan Siegel - The Mind Is Broader Than The Brain
Dr. Dan Siegel (IG: @drdansiegel) is a clinical professor of psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine and the founding co-director of the Mindful Awareness Research Center at UCLA. He is also the Executive Director of the Mindsight Institute which focuses on the development of mindsight and teaches insight, empathy, and integration in individuals, families and communities. Dan has published extensively for both professional and lay audiences. He has five New York Times bestselling books. In this episode, we discuss: * How Dan became fascinated with the mind * What is mindsight? * Applying mindsight to medical training * When you shut off your mindsight circuits, you shut off your empathy * The 5 parts to empathy * Active versus passive compassion * What leads to empathy fatigue? * The connection between the mind and the brain * What is interpersonal neurobiology? * The mind is broader than the brain and bigger than the body * The brain in your head is the third brain * Me + We = MWe * The 9 domains of integration aka The Wheel of Awareness * The best predictor of health, happiness & longevity is your relationships * How to live a more integrative life * Building inner resilience Show sponsors: Sunwarrior <== 20% off all Sunwarrior products (free shipping on orders over $50) Organifi <== 20% off all Organifi products Beekeeper's Naturals <== 15% off all Beekeeper's Naturals products (free shipping on orders $60 or more) Paleovalley <== 15% off all Paleovalley products by using the code ultimatehealth at checkout Related links: Dr. Dan Siegel - Aware (book) Dr. Dan Siegel's website Follow Dr. Dan Siegel on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter Mindsight Institute Dr. Dan Siegel - Mindsight (book) Dr. Dan Siegel (books) Hippocrates William James (books) David Hubel (books) Edward O. Wilson - Consilience (book) Antonio Damasio (books) Susan Harter - The Construction Of The Self (book) Related episodes: 374: Dr. Jud Brewer – The Craving Mind, Finding Joy In Meditation, Overcoming Addictions 356: Sayer Ji – Unlocking Your Body’s Radical Resilience 321: Neil Pasricha – You Are Awesome, Intentional Living, Becoming Anti-Fragile 296: Dr. Joe Dispenza – Becoming Supernatural, Reprogram Your Mind, Trust Your Intuition 240: Bruce Lipton – The Honeymoon Effect • Conscious Parenting • You Have 2 Minds Note: Some of the links above are affiliate links. Making a purchase through these links won't cost you anything but we will receive a small commission. This is an easy, free way of supporting the podcast. Thank you! How can you support our podcast? 1. Apple users, please subscribe and review our show on Apple Podcasts, we make sure to read them all. Android users, be sure to subscribe to our show on Google Podcasts. Subscribers never miss any of the action ;) 2. Tell a friend about The Ultimate Health Podcast. They will surely thank you later. You can use the envelope button below to email a friend or tell them about TUHP in person. 3. Join TUHP Facebook community (FREE). This is where we all stay in touch and ask questions in between episodes. Join our community. 4. Follow our adventures on our favourite social media platform, Instagram. 5. Download The Ultimate Health Podcast app (FREE). This way you'll have our whole library of episodes right at your fingertips. Download our iOS/Apple app or our Android app. 6. Share using the buttons below. Thank you!
56 min
Fasting For Life
Fasting For Life
Dr. Scott Watier & Tommy Welling
Ep. 49 - Why diets fail, Willpower vs. Mindset and how to shift your thinking | Intermittent Fasting for Maintenance | Long-term Intermittent Fasting | Free OMAD Intermittent Fasting Plan
ANNOUNCEMENT! THANKS TO LISTENER FEEDBACK, WE'RE DOING ONE MORE CHALLENGE THIS YEAR 12/3 - 12/12! REGISTER HERE! In this episode, Dr. Scott and Tommy dive deep into the struggle many people face when it comes to transitioning from a "diet" and into maintaining their healthy goal weight. The disconnect between how one reached their goal and the optimal techniques to maintain it can cause confusion, frustration, and oftentimes complete regression back to an unhealthy body composition. Willpower is a key component in this equation, and the mindset shift away from dieting and toward lifestyle design allows for freedom and proactive decisions that have staying power. Have a question you'd like us to answer? Click here to send it to us or leave us a voicemail we can play on the show! Show Transcript: If you enjoy the podcast, would you please tap on the stars below and consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in helping to bring you the best original content each week. We also just enjoy reading them! Sign up for the Fasting For Life newsletter at Follow Fasting For Life:
34 min
Align Podcast
Align Podcast
Aaron Alexander
Exploring the Most Important Life Lessons with Bobby Klein
Do you know how to love? And more importantly, do you know how to let love in? In this conversation, I sat down with the legendary Bobby Klein at his own awesome home in Tulum, Mexico who shares the most important life lessons he has learned throughout his 89 years of life, including why the bottom line of life is always love. Plus, we explored the ideas of what this human experience is, our inner guidance and intuition, and how necessary it is to be brutally honest with ourselves. As we go deep into what the hell we are doing here, he shared a handful of fascinating and badass experiences in his life. Bobby Klein is a truly special guest: He carries a rare wealth of experience, deep compassion, and an arsenal of healing tools. He's a clinical psychologist, spiritual and psychological educator, writer, and intuitive Life Path Counselor. He was also a driving force in securing the legalization of acupuncture in America and became one of the first practicing acupuncturists in the United States. He is a true elder and a new friend I see as a mentor. What we discuss: 03:53: Why 'fake it till you make it' is horse shit 05:09: What stands out that is different in the world today compared to the 60s? 06:06: How Bobby's relationship with death has transformed over the years 11:12: is fear the root of suffe14:28: Alcohol vs. psychedelics 21:30: How trusting someone can let them show who they really are 22:29: Do guidance systems exist? What are they? 29:40: The blueprint for cultivating a relationship with yourself 34:06: What it means to be wild 41:50: How Bobby got started with acupuncture 46:14: Healing and intuition 52:17: Is the concept of 'survivor' attached to the idea of suffering? Find more from Bobby: Website: YouTube Channel: @bobbyklein Be sure to check out the Align Collection, including Align bands, pants, shorts, and more! Shop now here.
1 hr 7 min
AdapNation: all things Self-Optimisation!
AdapNation: all things Self-Optimisation!
#151: Steve's worldview, biases & approach to COVID-19 research
This is a shorter solo podcast, for those interested to know more about the producer of all of AdapNation’s COVID-19 and associated content, and how it’s done. This episode is part confessional, part insight into how I work, and part instructional. It’s great to see our content is helpful and valuable to so many in calibrating their knowledge and perspectives regarding COVID-19, human health and government public health interventions. More and more people are gaining the courage and confidence to share our evidence-based content, set up their own pages and even produce their own analysis. Amazing! But, let’s be clear, we ALL have our biases. You can’t be human and not have your own worldview and biases, that inevitably act as both a map and a lens in which you evaluate and respond to reality. I (Steve) am no exception. So, in an effort to be an open book to our supporters, new followers, and even sceptics of our work, I thought it would be only right to share my health-oriented worldview and known biases. Yep, it’s a laundry list! No doubt you would have experienced my biases in my work, so this is merely a confession to the fact I know that they exist and I try my best to mitigate them. No one is immune to cognitive dissonance, me being no exception. The more open we can be about this, the better we can explore truth versus attempting to bend reality to match our expectations and beliefs of the world. This episode will also let you in to how I further develop my my subject matter knowledge, how I research and investigate issues, how I prevent being in an echo chamber, my approach to content creation, the important aspects of statistician analysis and visualisation, and the common COVID-associated data sources AdapNation frequently use in our work. The #BeYourBest Journey : (£10 coupon BESTYEAR-2020) Referenced AdapNation Resources: ▪︎ COVID+ Insights - the AdapNation in-context COVID dashboard ▪︎ COVID Content - a collection of our best COVID content ▪︎ AdapNation on Facebook - joint the community which reaches 1.5M+ people a month ▪︎ About Steve Katasi For the COVID-19 Official Data Sources we use: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ If you like this and other AdapNation episodes, please don't forget to subscribe to the channel, as well as leaving a 5 star review and letting friends and family know of this Podcast on Social Media. AdapNation Useful Links: The #BeYourBest Self-Optimisation Journey ■ Social - Instagram & Facebook & Tons of Free Website Content ■ #HyperWorkouts - Expertly written Gym Workout Plans, with video guides, print-outs & HeavySet import ■ AdapNation Butler - An Online Personal Assistant that can inspire easy and tasty Home-cooking ■ AdapNation Food Diary - 100’s of Tasty Healthy Meal Ideas, that are focussed on helping you thrive
37 min
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