As you read this, you are breathing and taking no notice of this. After listening to this podcast, we think you may never completely ignore breathing again. In fact, like us, you might become fascinated with the potential breathing holds for changing how we think about ourselves and the world around us. Join us as we explore with Dr. Don Noble how to harness the mysteries of breath to improve our mental and physical health.
Dr. Chris Lowry discusses how our relationships with the microbial world can be harnessed to promote well-being.
Dr. Tessa Roseboom discusses how negative exposures in the womb or in childhood impact adult health.
Dr. Steve Cole discusses how COVID can trick the immune system in ways that look eerily similar to the effects of loneliness.
Dr. Rhonda Patrick, cell biologist and cofounder of FoundMyFitness, talks about links between nutrition, cellular health and aging, well-being, and weight loss, always with a focus on evidence suggesting that fasting may be a natural human way to eat.
On this week's episode of Health is Everything, nutrition expert Dr. Dan Benardot sits down to answer our questions on dieting, weight-loss, and fasting.
On this weeks episode of Health is Everything, we flip the tables and our host, Dr. Charles Raison, is the one being interviewed. Listen in as he discusses what COVID is trying to tell us about our well-being.
Life is often wonderful, but it is also difficult. What stands between us and mental peace? Join us for compelling and challenging discussions around this topic courtesy of Dr. John Dunne, our guest for this episode.
In this podcast, we explore Dr. Dan’s perspective on the downsides of popular fasting-based diets and discuss what science tells us about how to eat to function at our best. In particular, we discuss his strategies for maintaining consistent blood sugar levels by eating multiple small meals a day and tailoring food intake to the ever-changing energy needs of our bodies.
Think that COVID-19 virus is the greatest potential infectious threat facing the modern world? Think again. We sit down with noted journalist & author Maryn McKenna this week to discuss epidemics and pandemics in the modern world.