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The Model Health Show is a fun, entertaining, and enlightening look at health and fitness. No subject is off limits here! World-renown author and nutritionist Shawn Stevenson breaks down complex health issues and makes them easy to understand and overcome. Whether it's weight loss, chronic fatigue, heart disease, diet, exercise, sex, hormones, sleep problems, or countless other health topics, the insights you get here will help you transform your health and live your best life ever.
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There is a growing epidemic of neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s disease, which tend to have dire outcomes. But instead of normalizing rapid cognitive decline, we have to take the power into our hands to protect the health of our brains. The best place to start is by changing what’s on your plate.  On today’s show, you’re going to learn about the role that nutrition plays in proper brain health. You’ll discover specific foods that have been proven to improve cognitive function, enhance memory, and reduce neuroinflammation. This episode is my interview on the Dhru Purohit Show, where I shared powerful nutrition tips for boosting brain health and function. You’re going to learn about specific types of fat that are necessary for brain health, the role hydration plays in mental clarity, and which foods hold the power to cross the blood brain barrier. This episode is full of actionable steps you can use to improve your diet, reduce your risk of cognitive decline, and avoid chronic illnesses. Enjoy!  In this episode you’ll discover: The overlooked link between Alzheimer’s disease, insulin resistance, and food. What percentage of the brain is made up of water. How electrolytes can improve cognitive function.  Which essential nutrient can reverse brain aging.  How even a slight drop in hydration can impact brain function. My #1 tip for staying hydrated throughout the day. How water can increase your metabolic rate.  What the fat content of breastmilk can tell us about human nutrition. The importance of DHA and EPA.  Which foods are the best dietary sources of omega 3 fatty acids. What phospholipids are, and how to include the in your diet.  The fascinating science behind the doctrine of signatures.  How blueberries can reduce inflammation and oxidative stress.  The #1 cause of our rates of chronic disease. How the blood brain barrier works.  Why sugar can promote neuroinflammation.  How extra virgin olive oil can restore the function of the blood-brain barrier.  Why we should all aim to reduce usage of seed oils.  The top 3 foods that are damaging our brain health and gut health. Items mentioned in this episode include:  DrinkLMNT.com/model - Get a FREE sample pack with any order!  Onnit.com/model - Save an exclusive 10% on performance supplements & tools! Dhru Purohit Show - Check out more episodes of Dhru’s amazing podcast. Eat Smarter - Read my National Bestselling book for more nutrition tips!  Sleep Smarter - Upgrade your sleep habits with strategies in my national bestselling book!  Omegaquant - Discover your omega 3 index  Eat These 11 Foods for Total Body Health - Listen to episode 490! Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation  This episode of The Model Health Show is brought to you by LMNT and Onnit. Head to DrinkLMNT.com/model to claim a FREE sample pack of electrolytes with any purchase.  Visit Onnit.com/model for an exclusive 10% discount on human performance supplements and fitness equipment. 
For the last several decades, rates of depression have been slowly and steadily rising, both in the US and worldwide. But since the pandemic hit, depression rates have skyrocketed. There is a myriad of reasons for this widespread decline in mental health, but beyond antidepressant medications, there are very few solutions that are offered to folks who are truly suffering.  On today’s show, you’re going to learn seven science-backed ways to reduce or eliminate symptoms of depression. You’re going to hear how lifestyle factors like your diet, activity level, and sleep habits can influence your mental health. We’ll also talk about how depression can be improved by lowering inflammation, reducing social media habits, and more.  As always, you’re going to hear the latest studies on depression, as well as actionable steps you can apply today. If you want to mitigate the effects of depression for yourself or someone you love, these powerful strategies can help improve your mental health (and overall health). So listen in and enjoy the show!  In this episode you’ll discover: What the leading cause of disability and absenteeism is in the US. The truth about how conventional treatments for depression perform. How physical activity can improve symptoms of depression. The powerful endocrine properties of muscles.  How exercise can sensitize your brain to pleasure. The minimum number of steps you should walk every day for mental health. How regularly eating fast food can increase your risk for depression.  The connection between body mass and MSG consumption. What it means to anti-depress your gut.  How your gut microbes can influence your mental health. The shocking truth about the serotonin theory of depression.  How to support your gut microbiome for better mental health. The vicious cycle of sleep deprivation and depression.  How antidepressants can affect REM sleep. The importance of regular sunlight exposure.  What psychoneuroimmunology is.  The link between stress, inflammation, and depression. How the increase in social media habits have influenced rates of depression.  Realistic tips for decreasing your screen time.  How meditation can be used to treat insomnia.  Why mindfulness modalities can be helpful in improving mental health.  Items mentioned in this episode include:  PaleoValley.com/model - Use code MODEL for 15% off! Foursigmatic.com/model - Get an exclusive discount on your daily health elixirs! Super Size Me - Watch the fast food experiment documentary 5 Strange Things That Will Help You Sleep Better At Night - Listen to episode 537 Eat These Foods to Improve Your Sleep Quality - Listen to episode 457 Evening Routines That Enhance Sleep - Listen to episode 216 Sleep Smarter - Upgrade your sleep habits with strategies in my national bestselling book!  Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Spotify Soundcloud Pandora YouTube  Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation  This episode of The Model Health Show is brought to you by Paleo Valley and Four Sigmatic. Use my code MODEL at PaleoValley.com/model to save 15% sitewide on nutrient dense snacks, superfood supplements, and more.   Visit foursigmatic.com/model to get an exclusive 10% discount on mushroom and adaptogen-packed blends to improve your life. 
Hormones are always hard at work behind the scenes of a myriad of biological processes. Everything from metabolism to gut health can be affected by what’s happening on a hormonal level. On today’s show, you’re going to learn about some of the most notable ways your hormones might be sabotaging your health efforts and actionable steps you can take to achieve optimal hormone balance. On this episode of The Model Health Show, our guest is Dr, Tasneem Bhatia, or Dr. Taz. She is a board-certified physician with expertise in women’s health, weight loss, and nutrition. In this interview, she’s sharing the critical link between gut health, menopause, and hormones.  You’re going to learn how inflammation can trigger weight gain, the role of gut health during perimenopause and menopause, and why stress is a critical factor for regulating hormones. Dr. Taz is sharing real-world advice on how to clean up your diet, reduce your exposure to toxins that might be wrecking your gut health, and how to measure and reduce your inflammation. This episode is packed with valuable insights into hormonal health. Enjoy! In this episode you’ll discover: The crucial link between hormone shifts and blood sugar levels. Which ages are affected by perimenopause.  How gut health and menopause are connected.  The process in which hormones are metabolized in the body.  What estrogen dominance is.  How a woman’s cycle can affect her gut and digestion.  Why the gut is ground zero for hormone health. How our environment impacts our gut health. Why dietary fat is a critical building block for hormones.  What digestive enzymes are used for. The importance of thinking about your microbial health proactively.  Three actionable steps to improve gut health.  How probiotics and prebiotics work together.  Why food diversity matters for overall health.  The connection between glyphosate and leaky gut. How to improve your internal environment to optimize your toxic load. The link between PCOS and gut health. What dirty hormones are.  Why estrogen dominance is underdiagnosed. How stress impacts gut health and hormonal health.  Why we need to reframe menopause.  Which specific biomarkers can measure inflammation. Items mentioned in this episode include:  PaleoValley.com/model - Use code MODEL for 15% off! Organifi.com/Model -  Use the coupon code MODEL for 20% off + free shipping! The Hormone Shift by Dr. Tasneem Bhatia - Learn how to navigate your hormones The 21-Day Belly Fix by Dr. Tasneem Bhatia - Read Dr. Taz’s weight loss plan Connect with Dr. Tasneem Bhatia Website / Facebook / Instagram  Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Spotify Soundcloud Pandora YouTube  Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation  This episode of The Model Health Show is brought to you by Paleo Valley and Organifi.  Use my code MODEL at PaleoValley.com/model to save 15% sitewide on nutrient dense snacks, superfood supplements, and more.   Organifi makes nutrition easy and delicious for everyone. Take 20% off your order with the code MODEL at organifi.com/model.
Modern medicine offers a pill for every ill. But as the sickest, fattest, unhealthiest modern population, it’s clear that our healthcare system isn’t actually making our citizens healthier. On today’s show, you’re going to learn about the root cause of all of our major killers: mitochondrial health.  Our guests today are Dr. Casey Means and Calley Means. Dr. Casey Means is a Stanford-trained physician and the co-founder of Levels. Her brother, Calley Means, is the co-founder of TrueMed. Together, their mission is to help folks understand the root of all disease, which is how efficiently our cells create and utilize energy. Their new book, Good Energy, unpacks the connection between mitochondrial health, metabolism, and optimal health outcomes.  In this interview, you’re going to hear powerful insights on what factors influence mitochondrial health, the corruption in our food and pharmaceutical industries, and so much more. You’re going to learn how to take control of your metabolic health, including specific dietary guidelines that can apply to any diet or lifestyle. At its core, this interview is about your ability to affect change, and I hope that message of personal empowerment resonates with you. Enjoy!   In this episode you’ll discover: The family story that inspired Casey & Calley to write Good Energy. How metabolic health influences every chronic illness. What percentage of Americans have prediabetes. Why we need personal empowerment and systemic change to improve our health. How the healthcare industry makes money from chronic disease management. The connection between mitochondria and metabolism. How mitochondrial dysfunction leads to chronic disease.  Two things you can do to improve your metabolic health.  The serious problem with the mantra “trust the science.” How chronic overnutrition impacts mitochondrial health. What percentage of Americans are confused about nutrition. How processed food is confusing our bodies. Five key components of a healthy, balanced meal.  The top three foods you should reduce in your diet. How to give your body the nutrients it needs to create its own GLP-1. The adverse effects excess sugar has on your mitochondria.  Five biomarkers of metabolic syndrome.  Why ultra-processed food consumption is the root of our health problems. The #1 question all physicians and patients should ask about prescription drugs. What your body’s symptoms mean.  The link between Ozempic and gut health.  Why connection is a requisite for health.  Items mentioned in this episode include:  Beekeepersnaturals.com/model -  Save 20% on raw honey & other natural remedies! DrinkLMNT.com/model -  Get a FREE sample pack with any order!  Get Financially Fit, Upgrade Your Identity, & Maxout – Episode 282 - Hear my interview with Ed Mylett Instantly Transform Your Mindset & Utilize the Power of One More – Episode 587 - Hear my interview with Ed Mylett  Strengthen Your Psychology, Transform Your Confidence, & Become The One – Episode 652 - Hear my interview with Ed Mylett  Good Energy by Casey & Calley Means - PRE-ORDER your copy today! Outlive by Dr. Peter Attia - Read the bestselling book on longevity Truemed - Learn more about making true medicine more affordable Connect with Dr. Casey Means Website / Twitter / Instagram  Connect with Calley Means Twitter / Instagram Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Spotify Soundcloud Google Podcasts Pandora YouTube  Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation  This episode of The Model Health Show is brought to you by Beekeeper’s Naturals and LMNT. Reinvent your medicine cabinet for with clean, effective products powered by the beehive & backed by science. Claim your 20% discount at beekeepersnaturals.com/model. Head to DrinkLMNT.com/model to claim a FREE sample pack of electrolytes with any purchase.
If you want to live a healthier lifestyle, chances are that you’ll have to get your household on board. And the latest science is affirming that those familial and social connections are actually key indicators of our health outcomes. On this episode of The Model Health Show, you’re going to discover how to protect your health through the power of shared family meals. Today you’re going to hear my interview on The Dr. Gundry Podcast. This interview includes important conversations on the role our environment plays in influencing our health, how to get your family on board with healthy eating habits, and the science-backed benefits of eating with the people you love. You’ll also hear some insider information on The Eat Smarter Family Cookbook, including my inspiration for writing the book and what you can expect inside the cookbook.  When you make shifts in your environment, it can automatically influence your behaviors and habits. I hope this episode arms you with the tools and science you need to upgrade your environment and improve the health of your entire family. Enjoy!  In this episode you’ll discover: Why focusing on microculture is a powerful way to create change.  How having healthy social connections can improve your health outcomes. What percentage of families eat together on a regular basis.  The connection between nutrient intake and shared family meals.  How many times per week you should eat with your family.  My best tips for carving out time for family meals with a busy schedule.  What instinctive elaboration is.  How a family dinner can help you bond and connect with your children. Why using gratitude at mealtimes is so impactful.  How eating with others can activate your parasympathetic nervous system.  Why you have to focus on your own energy before you can inspire change in others. My #1 tip for helping your kids disconnect from their screens at mealtimes. How your culture influences your cravings. The rates of ultra-processed food consumption in children.  How your diet influences your mood and mental well-being. Why dialing in your priorities is the key to changing your family culture. What the tube torus is.  How to utilize fasting in a way that aligns with your lifestyle. Items mentioned in this episode include:  Onnit.com/model - Save an exclusive 10% on performance supplements & tools! Foursigmatic.com/model - Get an exclusive discount on your daily health elixirs! Eat Smarter Family Cookbook - Transform the health, fitness, and connection of your entire family with the Eat Smarter Family Cookbook The Dr. Gundry Podcast - Hear more tools & information to transform your health Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation  This episode of The Model Health Show is brought to you by Onnit and Four Sigmatic. Visit Onnit.com/model for an exclusive 10% discount on human performance supplements and fitness equipment.  Visit foursigmatic.com/model to get an exclusive 10% discount on mushroom and adaptogen-packed blends to improve your life.
There are thousands of products on the shelves of your drugstore and grocery store shelves that are marketed to consumers as safe. From deodorant and shampoo to makeup and perfume, most Americans are utilizing multiple personal care products every day. Sadly, most conventional personal care products are loaded with chemicals, including fragrances, phthalates, and parabens.   Exposure to chemicals in personal care products can pose a serious risk to human health in multiple ways –including increased allergies, harm to the reproductive system, and even risk for cancer. Today’s guest, Dr. Yvonne Burkart is a toxicologist who is dedicated to empowering folks with the information they need to make more informed decisions about their products and their health. On this episode of The Model Health Show, Dr. Burkhart is back to dive into the chemicals that are in your personal care products. We’re going to discuss the major problems with conventional deodorants, and how to choose a better option. You’ll learn about the issues with fragrances in feminine care products, and what to look for in a better toilet paper. No matter where you are in your health journey, even making one healthier swap can have lasting effects on your body. I hope you enjoy this conversation with Dr. Yvonne Burkart!  In this episode you’ll discover: The risk factors associated with using conventional deodorants. Why using antiperspirant can block your detox pathways. How antiperspirants can actually make you smell worse. What to look for in a safer deodorant & the #1 kind to avoid.  The problem with fragrances in feminine care products.  Why scented products can be traced back to racism and socioeconomic inequity. The importance of using organic cotton in feminine products. What to look for in silicone menstrual devices.  How breast implants can increase the body’s toxic load.  What PFAs are.  The most toxic type of toilet paper & what to look for instead.  Why tweens using makeup is concerning.  The best options for makeup remover.  Why Dr. Burkhart is passionate about helping other make healthier swaps.  Items mentioned in this episode include:  Ettitude.com/model - Use the coupon code model15 for 15% off organic bedding!  Piquelife.com/model - Get exclusive savings on bundles & subscriptions!  IFRA Transparency List - Check your products for fragrance chemicals Reproductive Problems Are Rising - Read the Scientific American article  The Swell Score - Shop Dr. Burkart’s healthier product picks Connect with Dr. Yvonne Burkart Website / Instagram / YouTube  Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation  This episode of The Model Health Show is brought to you by Ettitude & Pique! Use my code MODEL15 at Ettitude.com/model to save 15% on organic bedding and bath towels that uplift your home, your outlook, and the planet.  Go to Piquelife.com/model for exclusive savings on bundles & subscriptions on cutting-edge solutions for your head-to-toe health and beauty transformation.
One of the foundations of nutrition is balanced blood sugar. Understanding how to eat in a way that has minimal impacts on your blood glucose levels can have substantial effects on your hunger hormones, body composition, risk for chronic illnesses, and so much more.  Today’s guest is holistic nutritionist and bestselling author, Kelly Leveque. Kelly’s approach to nutrition is centered around blood sugar balance and creating a sustainable lifestyle without food drama. On this episode of The Model Health Show, she’s sharing her checklist for building a balanced plate, why nutrition is a critical yet often overlooked component of fertility, and how to help your children build healthy habits.  In this interview, you’re going to learn about the multitude of benefits that breastfeeding offers, key nutrients for fertility, and why blood sugar balance is vital in so many aspects of our health. This episode covers a ton of ground, and I know you’re going to find Kelly’s balanced, practical approach to nutrition empowering and enlightening. Enjoy! In this episode you’ll discover: Why we need more education around nutrition.  What body love means. How to use the Fab 4 to balance your blood sugar. The connection between blood sugar spikes and chronic illnesses. How your hunger hormones work. The shocking reality about fertility rates in the US. Which two reproductive disorders are linked to insulin resistance.  The biggest lever you can pull to influence your fertility. Important lifestyle shifts men can make during preconception. How to reduce oxidative stress, one small step at a time. The bidirectional health benefits of breastfeeding.  Key nutrients to avoid postpartum depletion. How blood sugar dysregulation impacts children. The connection between sugar and immunity. Why focusing on metabolic health can improve outcomes in the classroom.  Items mentioned in this episode include: Organifi.com/Model - Use the coupon code MODEL for 20% off + free shipping! DrinkLMNT.com/model - Get a FREE sample pack with any order!  How to Turn Your Pain Into Power - Hear my interview with Dr. Neeta Bhushan Body Love by Kelly Leveque - Learn how to free yourself from food drama Body Love Everyday by Kelly Leveque - Ditch cravings and find food freedom  Reproductive Problems Are Rising  Read the Scientific American article  Wenatal - Nourish yourself with science backed supplements for men and women Think Dirty -  Download the Think Dirty app to find safer personal care products EWG -  Find EWG Verified products to upgrade your family’s products  Connect with Kelly Leveque Website / Courses / Instagram   Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation  This episode of The Model Health Show is brought to you by Organifi and LMNT! Head to DrinkLMNT.com/model to claim a FREE sample pack of electrolytes with any purchase.  Organifi makes nutrition easy and delicious for everyone. Take 20% off your order with the code MODEL at organifi.com/model.
Over the last several decades, our food supply has become pumped full of additives, artificial sweeteners, emulsifiers, and other chemicals. And when consumed as a large portion of your diet, these ultra-processed foods can have serious, lasting ramifications on your overall health.  On this episode of The Model Health Show, we’re diving into five shocking ways that ultra-processed foods can negatively impact your health. You’re going to hear the latest science on how ultra-processed foods can increase your risk of cardiovascular disease, hormonal dysfunction, mental health conditions, and more. You’ll also learn the sad truth about how food marketing preys on children and other vulnerable populations to increase their sales.  Because the average American’s diet consists of about 60% ultra-processed foods, there’s never been a more important time to be aware of these negative consequences. Fine tuning your nutrition inputs is one of the most powerful things you can do to positively influence your health, and I hope you find this information empowering. So listen in and enjoy the show!   In this episode you’ll discover: What percentage of the average American’s diet is ultra-processed foods.  The connection between processed foods, minerals, and bone density.  How the consumption of ultra-processed foods has increased in children. The effects of consuming phthalates and bisphenols.  How processed food companies intentionally target children.  The link between ultra-processed foods and heart disease.  What the leading factor in cardiovascular disease is.  The many ways that ultra-processed foods are killing our citizens. How ultra-processed foods increase gut permeability.  What you need to consider about the cocktail effect of chemicals in our food supply. The rates of chronic illness in the United States.  How artificial sweeteners impact gut health and inflammation levels.  The link between mental health and metabolic health.  How your diet creates your hormones and neurotransmitters.  Items mentioned in this episode include: PaleoValley.com/model - Use code MODEL for 15% off! Beekeepersnaturals.com/model - Save 20% on raw honey & other natural remedies! The Connection Between Metabolic & Mental Health - Interview with Dr. Chris Palmer  Eat Smarter Family Cookbook - Order your copy of my latest National Bestseller cookbook today! Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation  This episode of The Model Health Show is brought to you by Paleovalley and Beekeeper’s Naturals.  Use my code MODEL at Paleovalley.com/model to save 15% sitewide on nutrient dense snacks, superfood supplements, and more.   Reinvent your medicine cabinet for with clean, effective products powered by the beehive & backed by science. Claim your 20% discount at beekeepersnaturals.com/model.
Your mindset, attitude, and beliefs are critical factors in determining your success in life. If you want to create change, identifying and addressing your thought patterns is of upmost importance. And if you’re in need of some motivation and inspiration, there’s no better influence than Lisa Nichols.  Lisa Nichols is a bestselling author, entrepreneur, and motivational speaker. On this compilation episode of The Model Health Show, you’re going to hear the most powerful insights from my past conversations with Lisa. Her personal story of improving her life and her health serves as a powerful testament to her message of taking personal responsibility and how your mindset can help you reach your potential.  You’re going to learn invaluable tools for making yourself a priority and transforming your life. Lisa is sharing the transformative moments that changed her life, and the critical mindset shifts that accompanied her personal growth. Her message is an empowering reminder of the potential we all hold to create the life, career, and health outcomes we aspire to; I hope you enjoy these messages from the one and only, Lisa Nichols!  In this episode you’ll discover: The painful moment that inspired Lisa to change her life.  Why we need to recognize that true transformation takes time. The difference between running from your past and taking your past with you. What it means to have gifts wrapped in sandpaper.  How to stop postponing your happiness.  Three buckets you can use to sort your priorities.  How to stop trying to prove yourself to others. The importance of increasing your internal sense of value. What forgiveness really is.  Why you should operate like a laser, not a flood light. An exercise you can use to expose the lies you tell yourself. Why growth requires letting go of familiar discomfort.  How taking a risk on yourself can lead to success. The power of opting out of comparison. Why an energy of certainty is contagious.  The importance of action in The Law of Attraction.  Why you have to allocate time for yourself before you serve others.  The one question you need to ask yourself to improve your health.  Items mentioned in this episode include: Onnit.com/model - Save an exclusive 10% on performance supplements & tools! Organifi.com/smarterkit - Get a FREE copy of my cookbook when you buy this Smarter Kit!  Increase Your Sense of Value with Lisa Nichols – Episode 234 Investing in Yourself & The Truth About Visualization with Lisa Nichols – Episode 474 How to Turn Your Pain Into Power with Dr. Neeta Bhushan – Episode 762   The Science of Setting & Accomplishing Goals with Michael Hyatt – Episode 260 Create Epic Health & Wealth with James Altucher – Episode 217 The Power of No by James Altucher  The Secret Documentary  Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation  This episode of The Model Health Show is brought to you by Onnit and Organifi.  Visit Onnit.com/model for an exclusive 10% discount on human performance supplements and fitness equipment.  Visit organifi.com/smarterkit to claim your FREE copy of the Eat Smarter Family Cookbook when you buy the Eat Smarter Kit of superfoods
The standard approach to losing weight, calorie restriction, tends to overlook critical biological elements like hunger hormones and the body’s innate intelligence. Meanwhile newer weight loss methods, like GLP-1 agonist drugs, can produce substantial weight loss, but have lasting effects on long-term health. On today’s show, you’re going to learn about how to implement a proven, sustainable approach to obtaining a better body composition.  Cardiologist and bestselling author, Dr. William Davis, is back on The Model Health Show to discuss the truth about weight loss drugs, critical nutrients for improving body composition, and the vital influence that microbes have on our overall health. This episode covers topics like the importance of preserving muscle mass as you age, which microbes are critical for a healthy body composition, and why the consequences of weight loss injections outweigh the short-term benefits.  You’re also going to learn about specific nutrients and foods that can upgrade your gut health, improve your longevity, and lead to a healthier body weight. Dr. William Davis has a wealth of experience and research in this field, and I know you’re going to find his insights both fascinating and applicable. Enjoy!  In this episode you’ll discover: Why cutting calories affects your muscle mass.  The findings of The Biggest Loser Study.  What happens when you stop taking GLP-1 agonist medications for weight loss. Why muscle is critical for aging healthily.  The awful choice that accompanies a weight loss medication prescription.  How to minimize the effects of muscle loss while losing weight. Which key microbe has age-reversing properties.  The importance of restoring natural microbes.  How the low-fat movement reduced our exposure to collagen and hyaluronic acid.  Which nutrient is powerful in its anti-inflammaging effects.  The risks of estrogen supplementation.  Four critical nutrients for body composition.  The benefits of consuming hyaluronic acid orally.  Why microbes impact every aspect of health and disease. What residual risk is.  How conventional wheat destroys gut health.  Which factor changed dental health for humans.  Three foods to avoid for better gut health.  Items mentioned in this episode include: PiqueLife.com/shawn - Get exclusive savings on bundles & subscriptions! Beekeepersnaturals.com/model - Save 20% on raw honey & other natural remedies! Super Gut by Dr. William Davis  Wheat Belly by Dr. William Davis  Undoctored by Dr. William Davis  Eat Smarter Connect with Dr. William Davis Website / Facebook / Instagram Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation  This episode of The Model Health Show is brought to you by Pique and Beekeeper’s Naturals.  Go to PiqueLife.com/shawn for exclusive savings on bundles & subscriptions on cutting-edge solutions for your head-to-toe health and beauty transformation. Reinvent your medicine cabinet for with clean, effective products powered by the beehive & backed by science. Claim your 20% discount at beekeepersnaturals.com/model.
Sunlight has been a powerful force throughout human evolution, and today we know that sun exposure can come with significant benefits, as well as substantial risks. On today’s show, you’re going to learn the truth about sun protection, how sunlight impacts the body and the skin, and specific foods and nutrients that can protect your skin against sun damage.  On this episode of The Model Health Show, we’re going to dive into the latest data on skin cancer, and specific medications that can make you more sensitive to sunlight. You’ll hear about potential downfalls of utilizing sunscreen, and how to take a balanced, healthy approach to sunlight exposure.  You’re also going to learn about nutritional sunscreen—we’ll cover specific foods and nutrients that can help you build healthier skin and resiliency to sun exposure. You’ll learn about key foods to avoid that can damage your skin health, leaving you more susceptible to sun damage. This episode is packed with the latest science, and actionable steps you can take to create stronger, more resilient skin.    In this episode you’ll discover: How UV light affects the skin. The connection between light and our circadian rhythms. How UV light impacts vitamin D production. Which important processes in the body are influenced by vitamin D.  What melanin is.  Two factors that can predispose you to sun damage.  How the immune system reacts to sun damage.  The prevalence of skin cancer in recent decades.  How rates of malignant melanomas have changed.  Why antibiotic usage can affect your susceptibility to sun damage. Which compounds in coffee have been shown to be protective against sun damage. The importance of sourcing high-quality coffee. How flavanols in cacao can improve skin quality. Why tomatoes can create more resilient interaction with the sun. Which hydrating food can offer a multitude of benefits in the summer months. What ellagic acid is.  Why high-quality nutrients can improve your response to the sun’s rays. How the oxidation of seed oils create inflammation.  Why excessive sugar intake can negatively impact your skin.  Which oils are best for skin health. The connection between oxybenzone in sunscreen and hormone disruption. How to gradually build your tolerance to the sun.  Items mentioned in this episode include: Foursigmatic.com/model - Get an exclusive discount on your daily health elixirs! Organifi.com/Model - Use the coupon code MODEL for 20% off + free shipping! Tedx Talk – How Chocolate Can Save the World  The Trouble with Ingredients in Sunscreen – EWG’s Guide to Sunscreens  Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud This episode of The Model Health Show is brought to you by Four Sigmatic and Organifi.  Visit foursigmatic.com/model to get an exclusive 10% discount on mushroom and adaptogen-packed blends to improve your life.  Organifi makes nutrition easy and delicious for everyone. Take 20% off your order with the code MODEL at organifi.com/model.
One important tenet of living a longer, healthier life is eating a variety of nutrient-dense foods. In the landscape of diet wars, nutritional dogma, and predatory marketing tactics, it can be hard to cut through the noise. So what exactly should you be eating to increase your lifespan and healthspan?  Today’s guest, Dave Asprey, is a longtime health science entrepreneur, a four-time New York Times bestselling author, and the father of biohacking. He’s back on The Model Health Show to share his top five foods that are correlated with a longer lifespan, including animal-based protein, blueberries, grass-fed butter, and more.  You’re going to hear the real science behind dietary cholesterol, some of the nuances with consuming olive oil and fish oil, and how to upgrade your cup of coffee. We’re discussing how alcohol impacts longevity, the benefits of dairy fat, and how your nutrition can make your brain and hormones work better. As always, Dave is bringing the science and entertainment. I hope you enjoy this interview with the one and only, Dave Asprey!  In this episode you’ll discover: Why saturated fats are critical for building your hormones. (6:45) What you need to know about fake avocado oil. (7:12) The relationship between testosterone and dopamine. (8:39) Why most people have low testosterone levels. (8:54) The last place in your budget to cut costs. (10:52) How canola oil was infiltrated into our food system. (11:38) Why 80% of vegans quit their diet. (13:24) The environmental implications of a plant-based diet. (20:39) How our regulatory agencies have been lying to us. (24:24) The evidence behind consuming olive oil. (26:03) Two theories behind how olive oil impacts longevity. (27:11) The health benefits of blueberries. (29:06) Which animal proteins have the most minerals and nutrients. (31:07) Why a pescatarian diet can backfire. (31:59) The truth about plant-based omega 3s. (32:38) Which food is the best source of EPA & DHA. (33:10) The drawbacks of consuming too much fish oil. (33:50) How coffee influences your longevity. (38:59) The surprising truth about mold in coffee. (39:20) How to choose between fair-trade and organic coffee. (49:00) What happens in your body when you drink alcohol. (59:39) The connection between longevity and ejaculation. (1:07:01) Items mentioned in this episode include: PaleoValley.com/model - Use code MODEL for 15% off! DrinkLMNT.com/model - Get a FREE sample pack with any order!  Biohacking Conference - Register for the conference in Dallas!  How Your Beliefs Control Your Biology with Dr. Bruce Lipton – Episode 590 The Biology of Belief by Dr. Bruce Lipton The Bulletproof Diet by Dave Asprey  Change Your Brain, Change Your Life by Dr. Daniel Amen  Danger Coffee  - Get your mold-free, remineralized coffee!  Connect with Dave Asprey Website / Podcast / Instagram  Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation  This episode of The Model Health Show is brought to you by Paleo Valley & LMNT.  Use my code MODEL at PaleoValley.com/model to save 15% sitewide on nutrient dense snacks, superfood supplements, and more.   Head to DrinkLMNT.com/model to claim a FREE sample pack of electrolytes with any purchase. 
Menopause is widely believed to be a hormonal and reproductive shift, but new science is affirming that the process of menopause also has extensive effects on a woman’s brain. As a women’s brain health expert and neuroscientist, Dr. Lisa Mosconi is on a mission to help women better understand menopause, its symptoms, and how to embrace life’s natural changes in a healthy and empowered way.  On this episode of The Model Health Show, Dr. Lisa Mosconi returns to share the ways that menopause impacts cognitive health and mental well-being. She’s sharing the fascinating science from her new book, The Menopause Brain on how hormone shifts impact the cognitive function, which lifestyle factors can preserve and promote brain health, and the truth about hormone replacement therapy.  You’re going to learn why women are more susceptible to Alzheimer’s disease and how women’s brains age differently than men’s. We’ll talk about cultural perceptions about menopause, the role mindset can play in regulating symptoms, and so much more. Dr. Lisa Mosconi is a true wealth of knowledge in this subject matter, and I know you’re going to find her insights valuable and empowering. Enjoy!  In this episode you’ll discover: What percentage of Alzheimer’s disease patients are women.  The truth about when brain changes occur in Alzheimer’s disease. How menopause affects the brain.  What the neuroendocrine system is.  The major differences between a pre-menopause and post-menopause brain. Why Alzheimer’s disease does not cause death but can lead to a shortened lifespan. How Japanese culture perceives menopause.  The interesting way metabolic health influences menopause symptoms. Three major shifts women’s brains undergo.  How pregnancy changes the brain.  The benefits of menopause that are often overlooked.  Why hormone replacement therapy must be individualized.  How a full hysterectomy impacts the brain.  The three different types of estrogen.  How xenoestrogens influence dementia risk.  Why women are more susceptible to pollutants and toxins.  How the coral reef is like the blood brain barrier. Three important nutrition tips for women.  Items mentioned in this episode include: Beekeepersnaturals.com/model - Save 20% on raw honey & other natural remedies! Organifi.com/Model - Use the coupon code MODEL for 20% off + free shipping! The Menopause Brain by Dr. Lisa Mosconi -  Preorder your copy today! Connect with Dr. Lisa Mosconi Website / Instagram  Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation 
Today more than ever, there are a wide range of factors in our society that are diminishing our overall health and disrupting our sleep quality. From our subpar food quality to constant access to the internet, making poor health decisions has become the norm. But if you want to make better choices, what’s the lowest barrier to entry? That’s what you’re going to learn on today’s show. On this episode of The Model Health Show, you’re going to hear my interview with Chris Williamson on Modern Wisdom. This interview covers a ton of ground; you’re going to hear about the major factors that impact your sleep quality and how to optimize your night routine for a better night’s sleep. You’ll learn about the influence your relationships and your culture have in influencing your health outcomes.  We’ll also dive into the topics of circadian medicine, nutrigenomics, longevity, and so much more. If you want to improve your health and sleep better, this episode is full of actionable steps you can implement today. So click play, listen in, and enjoy the show!  In this episode you’ll discover: What circadian medicine is and why it matters.  How many Americans are regularly sleep deprived.  The relationship between sleep and metabolic health.  How testosterone levels influence sleep quality.  Why your nutrition impacts your genetic expression.  How artificial light affects your sleep.  One of the fastest ways to improve your sleep quality.  The two precursors for melatonin.  How your culture influences your health decisions.  What percentage of the average American’s diet is ultra-processed foods.  The various forms and roles of vitamin C.  What the #1 determiner of longevity is.  How eating dinner with your family can improve your health.   Which foods are the densest sources of naturally occurring melatonin.  The truth about evening screentime.  How to temper down stress before bedtime.  The best superfoods for optimizing your sleep.  What obesogens are.  How to minimize exposure to microplastics.  How to make health easy and normal.  Items mentioned in this episode include: Piquelife.com/model - Get exclusive savings on bundles & subscriptions!  PaleoValley.com/model - Use code MODEL for 15% off! Modern Wisdom with Chris Williamson  Eat Smarter Family Cookbook - Grab my new National Bestseller Cookbook! Sleep Smarter  Ra Optics - Check out Chris’ recommendation for blue light glasses  Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill The Dorito Effect by Mark Schatzker  Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation  This episode of The Model Health Show is brought to you by Pique & Paleo Valley.  Go to Piquelife.com/model for exclusive savings on bundles & subscriptions on cutting-edge solutions for your head-to-toe health and beauty transformation. Use my code MODEL at PaleoValley.com/model to save 15% sitewide on nutrient dense snacks, superfood supplements, and more.  
Most people believe that declining cognitive function and loss of memory are a natural side effect of aging. But the truth is, we can train our brains to be both structurally and functionally fitter. The best prescription for sharpening your brain health is simple, free, and effective: exercise.  Our guest today is Louisa Nicola. She is a neurophysiologist and the founder of Neuro Athletics, a company that is dedicated to helping elite athletes and top CEOs reach peak performance through a neurological approach to training. Louisa is back on this episode of The Model Health Show to share the incredible ways that exercise can impact your brain.  In this interview, you’re going to learn about powerful and effective strategies you can use to protect your brain from neurodegenerative diseases and the multitude of ways that exercise can enhance your brain function. You’re going to hear which specific exercises you should implement to promote brain function, the best supplements for cognitive function, and a whole lot more. So click play, listen in, and enjoy this conversation with Louisa Nicola!  In this episode you’ll discover: What Neuro Athletics is.  How exercise can impact your cognitive function.  What it means to build up cognitive reserve. The intimate relationship between metabolic health and brain health.  How to induce mitochondrial biogenesis.  The connection between obesity and Alzheimer’s disease.  What percentage of adults are meeting the recommended guidelines for exercise.  How genes impact your susceptibility to developing neurodegenerative disease. The sad statistics on the incidence of Alzheimer’s disease.  Why pharmaceutical companies are betting on you getting sick.  What the amyloid cascade hypothesis is.  The two things that really matter when you get your blood work done. Why exercise is the elixir for health. The brain benefits of elevating your heart rate.  What creatine is and its role in neuroprotection.  The benefits of omega 3 fatty acids in the brain.  Two specific types of exercise that your brain needs.  Why aerobic exercise improves blood flow to the brain.  How running can boost BDNF levels.  Why your muscles are like a pharmacy.  Items mentioned in this episode include: DrinkLMNT.com/model - Get a FREE sample pack with any order!  Onnit.com/model- Save an exclusive 10% on performance supplements & tools! 5 Weird Reasons You Need to Exercise Today – Episode 761 Improve Your Focus & Attention Span with Dr. Adam Gazzaley – Episode 720 Metabolic Health & Mental Health with Dr. Christopher Palmer – Episode 649 Age in Reverse & Heal Faster with Dr. Ellen Langer – Episode 760 Neuro Athletics Coaching Certificate- Sign up for the 6-week certificate! Connect with Louisa Nicole Website / Podcast / Instagram Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation 
There’s never been a time in human history where access to information is so readily available. And yet when it comes to nutrition, our population has never been so ridden with chronic illnesses and obesity. My guest today is on a mission to bridge the gap between nutrition education and application.  Jason Phillips is an author, nutrition coach, and the founder of the Nutritional Coaching Institute. He’s joining us on this episode of The Model Health Show to share his journey overcoming an eating disorder, the biggest reasons diets fail, and how to actually create results.  You’re going to learn about how marketing creates confusion in the health and wellness space, the difference between aesthetics and true health, and why application is the missing link you need to reach success. This episode is full of powerful, applicable information you can use to change your perspective and reach your goals. I hope you enjoy this interview with Jason Phillips!  In this episode you’ll discover: What percentage of the population is overweight or obese.  How marketing confuses people about health. The truth about diet efficacy.  Why emotional intelligence is required to reach your fitness goals. How absolutes and relativity factor into your success.  Jason’s experience overcoming an eating disorder. The one factor that determines success with dietary interventions. What you can gain from changing your lifestyle. Why you can’t have it all as a beginner.  An important conversation on conflating health with aesthetics. What it truly means to be healthy.  The difference between access and application.  How human connection can help you become healthier.  Items mentioned in this episode include: Ettitude.com/model - Use the coupon code model15 for 15% off organic bedding!  Organifi.com/Model - Use the coupon code MODEL for 20% off + free shipping! Coaching Con 2024 - Grab your tickets today to this epic upcoming LIVE event! Line of speakers include Shawn Stevenson, Ed Mylett Jen Gottlieb and many more! Burn Fat & Prevent Disease with These Science-Backed Teas – Episode 678 Connect with Jason Phillips Website / Instagram / YouTube  Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation 
Daily social media use is a common practice in our modern society. And while there are many benefits to utilizing the power of social media, it can also negatively impact our mental health, sleep quality, weight, and productivity levels. The key to healthier technology habits is to practice more awareness and intentionality.   On this episode of The Model Health Show, you’re going to hear from two incredibly intelligent experts on the topic of technology, social media, and focus. Adam Alter and Cal Newport are sharing powerful insights into the deceptive ways technology can distract us, and what we can do to create stronger boundaries around our devices and apps.   You’re going to learn about how technology is intentionally designed to distract you, how things like Facebook likes can destroy your self-esteem, and the major problem with exposing our kids to social media. This episode contains tangible tools and strategies you can use to set limits around screen time, take back control of your focus, and spend your time more purposefully doing the things that you love and value. Enjoy!  In this episode you’ll discover: The connection between screen time and body weight in adolescents.  How many times per day the average person checks their phone.  The fascinating way tech products are designed to hook us.  How having your phone nearby can weaken your connection with others.  Why your willpower is like a gas tank.  How social media apps are purposely designed to override your willpower.  The smartest feature Facebook designed to hijack our attention. Why humans are designed to latch onto negative feedback.  What behavioral addiction is.  How context affects addiction. What digital amnesia is.  How to intentionally create time during your day without screens. Why concentrating intensely allows you to learn complicated things faster.  What the digital attention economy is, and how it affects our kids.  Why we should demand more focus in our lives. What attention residue is, and why we should be worried about it.  Different scheduling philosophies you can use to get into deep work.  Why you should practice being bored.  How narrowing your attention can make you happier and more successful.  Items mentioned in this episode include: Foursigmatic.com/model - Get an exclusive discount on your daily health elixirs! Organifi.com/smarterkit - Get a FREE copy of my National Bestseller Eat Smarter Family Cookbook when you buy the kit!  How Social Media Affects Our Psychology with Adam Alter – Episode 434 Protect Your Mental Energy with Cal Newport – Episode 276 Irresistible by Adam Alter Intentionally Unplugged - Order your Unplugging Box to store your devices Deep Work by Cal Newport   Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation 
There’s a lot of noise out there when it comes to fitness, nutrition, and reaching your body composition goals. But if you want to create results, the best mode of action is to follow those with a proven track record, like my friend Mike Dolce. Mike is a four-time World MMA Trainer of the Year and the founder of The Dolce Diet.  He has over 20 years of experience training both elite athletes and everyday folks to reach their fitness goals. On this episode of The Model Health Show, Mike is back to dispel some of the biggest myths in the health and fitness space. You’re going to learn the truth about the ‘calories in, calories out’ method, the truth about losing fat and gaining muscle, and simple diet principles that are often overlooked.  This episode contains conversations on the power of digestion, calorie expenditure, and the importance of living in alignment with your priorities. You’ll learn about the importance of vetting where you’re getting your advice, calculating your protein needs, and the power of being diligent. Click play to hear all of this and more from the incredible Mike Dolce!  In this episode you’ll discover: The connection between dieting and weight gain.  Why counting calories is inefficient.  The power of adding more muscle to your frame.  Why you probably need more protein. How your digestion factors into your caloric intake.  The importance of food quality. How overeating processed foods contributes to obesity.  The weaponization of science in nutrition.  Why fasted cardio has a myriad of benefits.  The importance of eating until satisfied.  How calorie expenditure factors into your fitness. The easiest way to reach your body composition goals.  Why Mike pivoted his career. The importance of living in alignment with your priorities. Items mentioned in this episode include: Onnit.com/model - Save an exclusive 10% on performance supplements & tools! PaleoValley.com/model - Use code MODEL for 15% off! Connect with Mike Dolce Website / Podcast / Instagram Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation
Regenerative medicine is a fascinating practice that is focused on healing, repairing, and replacing damaged cells. Through using modalities like stem cells and gene therapy, scientists are uncovering ways to tap into the human body’s incredible and innate ability to heal itself. And for our chronically ill society, the future of regenerative medicine offers hope for a brighter future of healthier, longer-living humans.  Dr. Adeel Khan is a regenerative medicine expert with a proven track record of creating results through innovative therapies like stem cell treatments. On this episode of The Model Health Show, he’s diving into the fascinating science of anti-aging procedures and regenerative medicine. You’re going to learn about platelet-rich plasma, gene therapy, embryonic stem cell treatments, and so much more.  We’re going to discuss topics like reversing chronic pain, aging healthily, and the future of medicine. Dr. Khan holds a wealth of information in the field of regenerative medicine and tapping into the body’s natural healing abilities. Get ready to take notes because this episode is packed with tons of cutting-edge science. I hope you enjoy this interview with Dr. Adeel Khan!  In this episode you’ll discover: Why muscle mass is a critical factor for aging healthily.  The main driver for aging.  What the Unitary Theory of Aging is.  The connection between muscle, regulatory T cells, and the immune system. How myokines impact inflammation levels.  What regenerative medicine is.  The science behind platelet-rich plasma.   A common misconception about embryonic stem cells.  How to repair and regenerate tissues.  What epigenetic reprogramming is.  The connection between inflammatory cytokines, insulin resistance, and diabetes. How your microbiome can influence your behavior.  The main differences between big pharma and the principles of regenerative medicine.  How luteinizing hormone gene therapy affects testosterone levels.  Interventions for closing the evolutionary mismatch gap.  The differences between Botox treatments and skin cell therapy.  How Botox impacts your skin health and volume long term. What intravenous exosomes are and how they work.  The importance of understanding the mind-body connection.  How peptides work.  The effects of stem cell therapies on your DNA.  Items mentioned in this episode include: DrinkLMNT.com/model - Get a FREE sample pack with any order!  PiqueLife.com/shawn - Get exclusive savings on bundles & subscriptions! Unlock Longevity Event  Connect with Dr. Adeel Khan Website / Instagram / YouTube Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation 
Trauma and hardships are a natural part of the human experience. None of us are immune from life’s difficulties, but what truly matters is how we navigate those experiences. When we are able to build resilience, we sharpen our skills, reframe our challenges, and become better and happier.  On today’s show, you’re going to hear from Dr. Neeta Bhushan. She is a world-renowned emotional health advocate and the author of That Sucked. Now What? She’s joining us on this episode of The Model Health Show to share tools and strategies for developing resilience so you can live your best life.  You’re going to learn what it means to be resilient, and the five steps you need to undergo in order to thrive. We’ll discuss the trap of the victim mindset and the problem with downplaying your negative experiences. This episode contains powerful insights on resiliency and the power you hold to take charge of your life. I hope you enjoy this interview with Dr. Neeta Bhushan!  In this episode you’ll discover: The root of the world resilience.  What it means to sit in the suck.  The power of embracing your soft side.  How Dr. Neeta developed resiliency and learned to handle grief. The five stages of the Fly Forward framework.  What it truly means to thrive.  Why most people fail to achieve their goals.  The power of radical self-awareness.  How a victim mentality can become your identity and keep you stuck.  What it means to write a failure resume.  How to reframe your story.  The problem with downplaying your hardships. Why resiliency can also mean being soft.  How to change your perspective and rewire your brain. The importance of experiencing good stress.  Items mentioned in this episode include: Foursigmatic.com/model - Get an exclusive discount on your daily health elixirs! Beekeepersnaturals.com/model - Save 15% on raw honey & other natural remedies! That Sucked. Now What? by Dr. Neeta Bhushan  Emotional Grit Guidebook by Dr. Neeta Bhushan - Claim your free copy Today!  Natural Treatment for Heart Disease – Episode 1 Age in Reverse & Heal Faster with Dr. Ellen Langer – Episode 760  Connect with Dr. Neeta Bhushan Website / Podcast / Instagram / LinkedIn / YouTube   Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation 
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Ed Kouba

I just wanted to let someone know that every time I go to the "findaspring.com" it sets me up with a virus.

Feb 17th
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azumah carol dennis

There were no people of colour in this survey. At that point, I switched off. Sure, demographics change, but your methodology should have the flexibility to accommodate this. I really like this podcast otherwise.

Jan 14th
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Whitechic Whitechic

I have panhypopituitarism and have always been on the pill and recently stopped then had horrible side effects of like menopause so I tried the patch and didn't help my libido either. I'm worried I'm going to get a higher risk of cancer. my gynocologist said birth control doesnt cause or contribute to breast cancer but never mentioned cervical cancer. I barely have a libido and am frustrated. please help!

Sep 23rd
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Леонид Такеев

the gentleman sounde surprisingly similar to Will Arnett 🤔

Aug 26th
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Allen Heil

you mention a study linking statins to diabetes. where do I find it. Tks

Aug 25th
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