Rich Roll Podcast: Dr. Rhonda Patrick

LONGEVITY, EPIGENETICS, MICROBIOME HEALTH & THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN EATING FOR LONG-TERM WELLNESS VERSUS PERFORMANCE

This episode is a geeky deep dive into the hardcore science behind everything from telomeres and the mechanisms behind aging and longevity to the primacy of maintaining microbiome health; oxidative stress and the relationship between inflammation and chronic disease; epigenetics and genetic disposition versus expression; and of course nutrition – divining truth from myth, the impact of micronutrient inadequacies, focused supplementation and the difference between eating for optimal wellness versus performance.

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The Tim Ferris Show: Daymond John and How to Turn Weaknesses into Strengths

Usually, it’s Tim’s job to deconstruct world-class performers. This time around, the tables are turned. Many of you have asked to hear Tim interviewed, so this week Daymond John (@thesharkdaymond), star of ABC’s Shark Tank and CEO and founder of FUBU, is in charge and asking the questions. Daymond has a new book called The Power of Broke, and he is an expert interviewer and interrogator.

In this episode, you’ll learn untold stories about TIm’s beginnings and rough starts. If you’ve ever felt like a beginner in business, or found your back against a wall, you will learn how to take your lack of resources and turn it into a strength.

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The Tim Ferriss Show: Derek Sivers Reloaded – On Success Habits and Billionaires with Perfect Abs

By popular demand, this is a follow-up with the amazing Derek Sivers (@sivers)!

This episode can be listened to independently of Tim’s first popular conversation, and he answers some of my (and your) favorite questions.

Originally a professional musician and circus clown, Derek created CD Baby in 1998. It became the largest seller of independent music online, with $100 million in sales for 150,000 musicians.

If you only listen to one answer from this episode, don’t miss his response to “What do you believe that other people think is insane?” It get progressively weirder and weirder and starts around 34:09

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The Tim Ferriss Show: Peter Thiel on Investing, Business and Life

Contrarian and genius Peter Thiel (Founders Fund) shares has insights on innovation, capitalism, venture funding and much more. Peter has such a uniquely insightful perspective that you just can’t find anywhere else. This is a short and must read/listen. Enjoy!

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Found My Fitness Podcast: Dr. Pierre Capel on the Power of the Mind & the Science of Wim Hof

Rhonda speaks with Dr. Pierre Capel, professor of experimental immunology who has studied Wim Hof to bring the science to explain his incredible ability to withstand cold and summon his immune system at well. Through this insightful discussion they also cover how the immune system is impacted by stress/meditation and just how dynamic our DNA really is.

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Dan Carlin’s Common Sense: Pace of Innovation, Climate Change and Terrorism

Dan Carlin begins with his planned show about the pace of innovation and how Bill Gates argues that we should view climate change like it was an asteroid coming to destroy our planet (and collaborate with the same sense of urgency). He then interrupts his regularly scheduled podcast to speak about the recent Paris Terrorist attacks and brings some perspective to the situation and asks some tough questions that we should all be asking.

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The Tim Ferris Show: How Philosphy Can Change Your LIfe, with Alain de Botton

Alain de Botton is a not a philosopher’s philosopher. This means that his work is given little consideration inside academia. It also means that he speaks to many, many more people—ordinary people hungry for humanist ideas about living—than his peers. In this podcast “How Philosophy can change your life”, de Botton tells us that he’d always looked to philosophy as a discipline that “has wise things to say about everyday worries…. Philosophy promised something that might sound a little naïve, but was in fact rather profound: A way to learn to be happy.” I’m still not sure if this sounds more naïve or profound, but de Botton’s thoughts, concern thinkers who surely knew the difference.

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