Lots of eye opening facts in this one. Rich and Zach get into the many harmful effects caused by consuming glyphosate, the main chemical used in Roundup, the tie between glyphosate and neurological diseases, and why it’s even destroying the microbiome. Lots of antibiotic talk as well.
Lesson learned, I’ll never eat non organic again.
Sleep – it’s important. You know it, I know it, we all know it. But sometimes, it’s not that easy. It’s hard for Type A personalities to wind down at the end of the night. What do the top performers use for help?
When you study for a test or you’re trying to learn a new skill, what’s your typical approach? If you’re like most people, you might repeat facts over and over again or do the same task over and over again until you can do it in your sleep. While these brute force tactics might make you feel like you’re encoding new information into your brain, you may just be just be fooling yourself.
Dr. Peter Brown is the co-author of the book Make it Stick: The Science of Successful Learning. Today on the show Peter and Brett discuss why typical approaches to studying might make it feel like you’re learning, but don’t actually work. They then delve into research-backed advice on how to really learn something and really retain
“Wellness isn’t about deprivation and it’s not about perfection. It’s about pointing yourself in the direction of growth.”
Conventional wisdom says we need protein, and lots of it. Is this really true? Does it matter where we get it from? To walk us through the myths, truths and half-truths when it comes to this hotly debated macronutrient, Rich sat down with the doyenne of all things vegan, Kathy Freston.
Seth Godin, author of numerous bestselling books, teaches legendary storyteller Cal Fussman how to think like a marketer. After all, marketing is just telling a good story,
Serge is a hardcore biohacker and serial entrepreneur. In this episode Kevin and Serge talk about Serge’s extreme daily regimen of compounds to biohack every aspect of his brain and body. Serge has studied at Cornell, worked at Google, and was youngest in his class at Stanford Business School. Do not try any of this at home.
In this episode, Tim answers the most up-voted questions from subscribers to 5-Bullet Friday, the free newsletter he sends out every week.
In this Q&A, he reveals:
– The five health markers he checks and watches regularly
– Strategies to prevent or minimize binge eating during times of stress
– The most valuable skills for securing financial freedom
– His philospophy on having children
– Productivity advice
And much, much more…
The ketogenic diet vs. a plant-based diet? What’s right?
To help divine the line between truth and fiction, Joel Kahn, MD joins Rich for his third appearance on the show.
Dr. Kahn is an Interpreventional Cardiologist, Clinical Professor of Medicine at Wayne State University School of Medicine, Founder of the Kahn Center for Cardiac Longevity in Michigan, and a Summa Cum Laude graduate of the University of Michigan’s prestigious Inteflex program (a 6-year undergraduate / graduate program that developed doctors fresh out of high school). He’s authored hundreds of articles on heart disease, is a frequent lecturer on heart disease and its prevention, has performed thousands of cardiac procedures, and is the owner of GreenSpace Café in Ferndale and Royal Oak Michigan.
In addition, Dr. Kahn is the author of five books, including The Whole Heart Solution and his newest offering, The Plant-Based Solution.
The Master of the Mind returns for another round with Moe Abdou. Grab a coffee, and ponder some of the quotes from this one. Enjoy!
James Altucher – what isn’t he? I can tell you what he is: A hugely successful blogger, podcaster, public speaker, stand up comic, investor, entrepreneur and former VC & hedge fund manager with eighteen books to his name — including the Wall Street Journal bestseller Choose Yourself. James is an abundantly talented polymath impacting millions of people across the world with his wry wit and often counter-intuitive ideas, all delivered with a perfect mix of intelligent insight, relatable self-deprecation and perfect comedic timing.
Two Podcast Notes favorites, Rich and James get into James’ experiment living with only a handful of things to his name, how podcasting has changed James’ life, and his new endeavor – stand up comedy.