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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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In our culture, we’re always striving for more—a fitter body, a more Instagrammable house, or a more substantial paycheck. And while there’s absolutely nothing wrong with having aspirations, cultivating those goals is a meaningless pursuit unless it comes from a strong foundation of self-worth. You are capable of achieving your goals because you are deserving of them, not because you are lacking in some way.  This can be a hard skill to master because many of us have a laundry list of skills and traits we believe we could improve upon. But you’ll find that your life will change if you can simply believe that you are enough, that you are deserving, and you are worth it. That’s why I’m excited to share this conversation with Marisa Peer. Marisa is a world-renowned therapist, a best-selling author, and a specialist in teaching simple steps that produce life-changing results. On today’s show, she’s sharing the transformation that’s available to you by simply believing you are enough. You’ll hear about the incredible power of your thoughts and words, how to change your behaviors by making them familiar, and how to manifest anything you want. Marisa’s insights are truly groundbreaking, so get ready to listen in, take notes, and change the way you think!   In this episode you’ll discover: How Marisa coached Vogue Magazine to shift their tone and messaging.  The effects that the media can have on our self-esteem. Why Marisa finds the conventional therapy model frustrating. The framework of Rapid Transformational Therapy. How your thoughts can influence your reality. Why our minds tend to be scared of hunger. The importance of being intentional and positive with your words. How your mindset affects your finances, and how to remove your wealth blocks. Why 70% of lottery winners lose their winnings.  How self-criticism can lead to depression.  Why your brain loves to repeat familiar patterns.  How to change your habits by talking about them.  What you need to know about ownership language.  How to be specific and detailed in your manifestation.  Why unhappiness comes from feeling unworthy.  The importance of following your dreams and sharing your gifts with the world.  Items mentioned in this episode include: Ettitude.com/model ⇐ Use the coupon code MODEL for 10% off your organic sheets! Foursigmatic.com/model ⇐ Get 15% off your daily health elixirs and coffee! The Truth About Naps & Sleep Tips for Parents – Episode 225 Set Bigger Goals & Create an Extraordinary Mind with Vishen Lakhiani – Episode 357 I Am Enough by Marisa Peer  Rapid Transformational Therapy  I Am Enough Website / Instagram Connect with Marisa Peer Website / 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 
The word “detox” has become somewhat of a buzzword in the health and wellness space, and a marketing strategy on social media. However, detoxification is a process that your body naturally experiences. If you have a liver, lymphatic system, and skin, your body knows exactly how to eliminate toxins.  In Ayurvedic medicine, supporting your body’s detoxification system involves both nourishing your body with the nutrients it needs to work at its optimal level, as well as reducing your overall toxic burden. Luckily, you don’t need to spend a boatload of money on special teas and supplements in order to support your body’s natural detoxification process. In fact, there are a handful of practical, simple strategies you can use to support your digestion and liver, as well as eliminate harmful toxic chemicals from your lifestyle. And there’s no one better to learn this lesson from than today’s guest, Dr. Alejandro Junger.  In this episode you’ll discover: The experience that inspired Dr. Junger to shift from traditional to functional medicine. How Dr. Junger became interested in meditation. The basic mechanisms of the Ayurvedic Dosha system. How the concept of detoxification has been corrupted in our society. The three different Dosha types.  How chemicals in our modern lifestyle can cause diseases.  What lipophilic means.  How to support your liver’s natural detoxification process.  Why giving your digestive system a break can help your body detoxify. How to ease the overall workload of your digestive system. Why intermittent fasting is natural for your body’s processes.  Two different strategies for allowing your digestive system to rest.  How eating more variety improves your intestinal flora.  The role that nutrients play in the detoxification process.  What you need to know about allergy testing. The power of an individualized elimination diet.  Items mentioned in this episode include: Organifi.com/Model ⇐ Use the coupon code model for 20% off! Onnit.com/model ⇐ Get your optimal health & performance supplements at 10% off! The Sinister 6 Toxic Ingredients in Your Personal Care Products – Episode 262 The Truth About Your Water Supply – Episode 358 Find a Spring Clean by Dr. Alejandro Junger  Connect with Dr. Alejanro Junger Website / 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 
Setting goals is an important part of growth, but often people make goals without the wherewithal to see things through. This is why so many people fail at popular New Year’s resolutions. Goals, like saving money or getting in shape, are broad and without a plan in place, they can be pretty hard to accomplish. In order to create lasting change, you have to implement an actionable, digestible strategy to help you reach those goals.  Instead of aimlessly working toward what you want, it’s much more effective to reverse engineer your life and create direct action steps that can bring you to your goal. This gives you a sense of clarity and a direct roadmap to become who you want to be.  Steve Weatherford has used this strategy in many aspects of his life, from becoming the fittest man in the NFL to building strong relationships with his wife and children. His superpower is reverse engineering his visions and bringing them to reality. No matter what you plan to accomplish in the new year, an actionable and intentional approach is key. Today, Steve is going to give you the tools and the inspiration to put together your own strategy.  In this episode you’ll discover: What it means to align yourself with your goals.  How perfectionism can stop you from feeling fulfilled.  Four ways to determine if your commitments are in alignment with your goals. How to implement a system to help you determine how to spend your time.  The four core principles to having an amazing relationship.  Why you should think of your time as currency. How following your heart can help others’ dreams come true. What it means to leave a legacy.  The importance of connection in a relationship.  What it means to be an intentional executor.  The power of reverse engineering your goals.  How using a vision board can help you create a strategy.  The difference between planning and strategizing.  Why you should start now on your New Year’s Resolutions.  Items mentioned in this episode include: Onnit.com/model ⇐ Get your optimal health & performance supplements at 10% off! Organifi.com/Model ⇐ Use the coupon code model for 20% off! Top 15 Ways to Do HIIT for Fat Loss – Episode 92 Self-Analysis & Training Your Mind for Success with Steve Weatherford – Episode 272 Connect with Steve Weatherford Website / Podcast / 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 
“We don’t accomplish anything in the world alone… and whatever happens is the result of the whole tapestry of one’s life and all the weavings of individual threads form one to another that creates something.” – Sandra Day ‘O Connor  Our relationships are the most influential thing in our health, success, and overall happiness. In fact, having bonds and connections with other humans is critical to thriving. And while social media has made it easier than ever to connect with others, we need to think of it as a complement to our connections instead of a replacement for real human interaction. On today’s show, you’re going to learn about the role that connections and community can have on your life. Dhru Purohit is here to share how deep and meaningful friendships can help you thrive. You’ll learn how strong relationships can support your well-being, and how connecting with others can help you reach your goals.  You’ll also hear practical applications to create intentional relationships, and how to prioritize connection in your life. Dhru is fiercely passionate about this subject and its implications, and I know you’re going to find value in his insights. Enjoy!  In this episode you’ll discover: How having a strong and supportive community can help you reach your health goals. The role that human connection plays in our lives, and how it has evolved over time. How to use social media for connection (without letting it replace real interaction!) Why caring what others think is hardwired into our DNA.  How selecting your group of friends is the ultimate form of biohacking.  Why it’s so important to consciously choose your circle of friends. The difference between logistical friends and intentional friends.  Why you should consider taking an inventory of your friends.  The truth about why it’s harder to make friends as an adult.  How making friends is similar to dating.   Two tips for making connections with others.  Where to go to find like-minded individuals. Why deep networking and connection are the key to career satisfaction. How putting others’ dreams and goals first can elevate your life.  What an opt-out event is, and how to integrate it into your schedule.  Why it’s especially important for men to put energy into relationships.  Items mentioned in this episode include: Organifi.com/Model ⇐ Use the coupon code model for 20% off! Foursigmatic.com/model ⇐ Get 15% off your daily health elixirs and coffee! Turn Your Struggle Into Strength with Shaun T. – Episode 252 Upgrade Your Environment with Lori Harder – Episode 368 The Surprising Science of Stress with Dr. Rangan Chatterjee – Episode 376 Build Strength & Character with Jay Ferruggia – Episode 375 Top Five Regrets of the Dying by Bronnie Ware  Connect with Dhru Purohit Podcast / 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 
One of the most powerful tools you have at your disposal is your ability to make a decision. If you think about it, most of the pivotal moments in your life can usually be traced back to a transformative choice to create change. From overhauling your career path to transforming your health, chances you have experienced at least one of these impactful moments that fundamentally changed who you are.  I hope today’s show will inspire you to take the initiative and start creating more positive outcomes in your life. You’re going to hear from Dr. Joe Dispenza, who is an expert on creating change, harnessing the power of your mind, and unlocking human potential. He is a New York Times best-selling author, researcher, national lecturer, and someone who has had a profound impact on me personally.  This interview is a deep dive into quantum physics, the power of being conscious and having an intention, and how to get in the driver’s seat of your life. Get ready, because Dr. Joe Dispenza is going to help you break out of your hardwired patterns, experience major paradigm shifts, and start living more intently.  In this episode you’ll discover: The inspirational story of Dr. Dispenza’s healing after being hit by a truck. How defining moments revolve around a decision.  Why change is so uncomfortable.  How unconscious behaviors function like computer programs.  What it means to cause an effect in your life.  How your thoughts can create your reality.  Why you have to unlearn in order to relearn.  The incredible power of making a decision with firm intention.  How morning meditation can influence the rest of your day.  Why leaving the present moment depletes your energy. How your genes can actually adapt and change.  The biological shifts that can occur from practicing meditation. Why the quantum is like looking in the mirror in a dressing room.  How changing fear to gratitude can regulate your heart and immune system. Why you should express gratitude prematurely. How self-regulating your emotions can make you an overall happier person.  What it means to be the creator of your life. Items mentioned in this episode include: Onnit.com/model ⇐ Get your optimal health & performance supplements at 10% off! Foursigmatic.com/model ⇐ Get 15% off your daily health elixirs and coffee! What the Bleep Do We Know!? Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself by Dr. Joe Dispenza Becoming Supernatural by Dr. Joe Dispenza Connect with Dr. Joe Dispenza Website / Facebook / Twitter / 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 
What could you accomplish if you simply had the audacity to try something different? How could your life change if you were bold enough to step outside of your self-imposed limits and labels? Some of the greatest rewards in life are available to those who have the courage and open-mindedness to step outside of the confines of a comfort zone and try something new.  It’s normal to feel reassured and content in your habitual, ordinary way of doing things—especially if you are successful and happy in those patterns. But what could happen if you said yes to an opportunity to grow? This doesn’t mean you have to switch careers or move across the country, but consider the ways you could grow and learn by implementing a small shift in your life. There is immense value in picking up a new hobby or trying a new class, traveling to a place you’ve never been, or even just switching up the types of content you consume.  Our guest today is an incredible example of what can happen if you allow yourself to be open to opportunities. Phylicia George has established herself as one of the top athletes in the world. She is the first Canadian black woman to compete in both the summer and winter Olympics, competing in both track and bobsleigh. Her story is a powerful testimony to what can happen when you have the audacity to dream big, are receptive to possibilities, and are willing to put in the work. I know her story will inspire you to get uncomfortable and seek out opportunities in your own life. Enjoy!  In this episode you’ll discover: The benefits of learning multiple sports as an adolescent.  What you can learn from working beside people who are more skilled and experienced. How Phylicia became a summer and winter Olympian. The most difficult part of being injured as an athlete.  How Phylicia pivoted from track to bobsleigh.  The power of sport to unite people.  Why personifying the voice inside your head can help you achieve more. How to stop comparing yourself, and instead focusing on what you can control. What you can learn from having the willingness to fail.  The danger of living inside your comfort zone.  What it felt like for Phylicia to become an Olympic medalist.  Why being fearless isn’t realistic, and how to cope with fear.  How acclimating to being uncomfortable can help you grow.  The important life lessons that can be extracted from playing sports. How to grow past your self-imposed limits.  The power of trying something different.  * Download Transcript Items mentioned in this episode include: Ettitude.com/model ⇐ Use the coupon code MODEL for 10% off your organic sheets! Organifi.com/Model ⇐ Use the coupon code model for 20% off! Ted Talk: The Hidden Key to Success by Phylicia George Connect with Phylicia George Website / Instagram / Twitter   Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes:  Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation
The human brain is notorious for writing narratives and then assuming them as fact. If you’ve ever tried to make a change in your life, chances are you’ve experienced this. Thoughts like, “I’m not a runner,” or “I’m not disciplined enough to eat healthy” are powerful and downright convincing. Your brain loves a good story, even if it’s one that doesn’t serve your best interests. These limiting beliefs constrain our growth, but they are undeniably powerful and difficult to break free from. When it comes to aging, what kinds of stories are we telling ourselves? What if instead of considering aging an inevitability, we think of it as a preventable disease? Scientists around the world are studying the molecular causes of aging, human longevity, and how to reverse aging. Dr. David Sinclair is one of the world’s leading experts in this field, and his new book Lifespan: Why We Age—and Why We Don’t Have To, is a game-changing, paradigm-shifting guide to living a longer, healthier, and more vibrant lifespan.  This episode is a conversation on human longevity, lifespan, and anti-aging. Dr. Sinclair is going to arm you with all of the ground-breaking science, as well as practical takeaways you can apply to your daily life. His work will encourage you to question everything you believe about aging and inspire you to think differently about your own health and longevity. Enjoy!  In this episode you’ll discover: What xenohormesis is.  How Dr. Sinclair got interested in human biology. Why we accept aging as inevitable.  What the Information Theory of Aging is.  The meaning of epigenome.  What percentage of our longevity is genetic.  How longevity genes are activated by lifestyle habits.  Why aging is like playing the piano.  The benefits of eating less frequently.  What mTOR is, and how it can predict longevity. How resveratrol works, and how to get the maximum benefits.  The health benefits of red wine and chocolate.  What Metformin is, and when it is appropriate to consume.  The link between calorie restriction and mood.  How having drive and purpose can make life easier.  Items mentioned in this episode include: Foursigmatic.com/model ⇐ Get 15% off your daily health elixirs and coffee! Organifi.com/Model ⇐ Use the coupon code model for 20% off! Lifespan by David Sinclair, PhD Build Strength, Build Character, & Do the Right Thing with Jay Ferruggia – Episode 375 Connect with Dr. David Sinclair Twitter / 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 
Most people are aware of the basic physical contributors to health, like a well-rounded diet, a good night’s rest, and regular exercise. But we also have psychological needs that play a significant role in our overall wellness—and having a sense of purpose is at the top of the list. Emerging science shows that having a life purpose is associated with better health and a longer lifespan.  But there’s a huge misconception about what it means to have a life purpose. Having meaning in your life isn’t necessarily the result of divine intervention or some sort of lifelong cosmic mission. No one assigns you a purpose—you choose it. You get to take the initiative and decide where you plan to place your intention. Another misconception about purpose is that it only gets one overall defining purpose. The truth is, your purpose can and will change over your lifetime. At certain stages of life, your purpose can be as simple as being kind to every person you meet or committing to being more present in your relationships. Today we’re going to dig into the science behind how having a purpose improves your health. I’ll also share my personal experience with finding and changing my own life mission, and you’ll hear a compilation of some of the best advice we’ve had on the Model Health Show surrounding uncovering your purpose and creating meaning in your life. This particular topic has been on my heart recently. I sincerely hope something in this episode will resonate with you so that you can tap into your unique life purpose and create change in your life. Enjoy!  In this episode you’ll discover: The surprising link between lack of purpose and cardiovascular disease. How your health and your purpose are interconnected.  The main barriers that block you from finding your purpose.  How my personal mission has evolved over time.  What it means to have intention deficit disorder. How setting boundaries can help you discover your purpose.  The power of a random act of kindness. Why taking the focus off yourself can help you become more connected. How to identify your unique gifts. Why comparison can stop you from identifying your purpose. The link between having passion and mental health.  How social media can block you from understanding your value.  The power of forgiveness to open possibilities. Why it’s so important to have a mission and a focus.  What to do if you are unsure of your mission. Why not sharing your gifts can limit and agonize you. Items mentioned in this episode include: Ettitude.com/model ⇐ Use the coupon code MODEL for 10% off your organic sheets! Organifi.com/Model ⇐ Use the coupon code model for 20% off! Themodelhealthshow.com/phenomenal ⇐ Join me at Phenomenal Life 2020! The 4 Stages of Personal Growth with Dr. Michael Beckwith – Episode 365 Embracing Your Body & Owning Your Power with Steph Gaudreau – Episode 362  How to Uncover Your Unique Gift with CJ Quinney – Episode 285 The Surprising Science of Stress with Dr. Rangan Chatterjee - Episode 376 Increase Your Sense of Value with Lisa Nichols – Episode 234  Build Strength, Build Character, & Do the Right Thing with Jay Ferruggia – Episode 375  Sleep Smarter by Shawn Stevenson The Paradox of Choice by Barry Schwartz Ted Talk: The Paradox of Choice by Barry Schwartz My Secret Superpower by CJ Quinney * 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 
When it comes to understanding human nutrition, there are a lot of conflicting opinions, science, and dogmas out there. Whether you eat a ketogenic diet, are passionate about veganism, or don’t subscribe to any type of diet at all—I support you in that. Diet can be a very individual thing that can incorporate your culture, traditions, health conditions and sensitivities, and so much more.  That being said, there is a lot to be gained from being open-minded and listening to others who have differing perspectives. Today’s guest, Dr. Paul Saladino is the leading authority on the science and application of the carnivore diet. In his practice, he has helped hundreds of patients improve their chronic inflammation, mental health issues, and autoimmune diseases.  On today’s show, he’s here to discuss some of the major talking points about the carnivore diet. We’ll discuss humans as hunter-gatherers, dive into anthropological discussions about evolution and diet, and talk about nutrients and disease prevention, and more. If you’ve had any questions or objections about the carnivore diet, I hope this episode will act as a helpful resource.  In this episode you’ll discover: Why it’s important to listen to differing perspectives. The differences between a meat-based diet and an animal-based diet. Which key nutrients are found in organ meat. The truth about nutritional deficiencies on a carnivore diet. Which metric is best for measuring vitamin C deficiency. How plant-based foods can trigger inflammation. Why we need to consider genetic variability when it comes to diet. The difference between molecular hormetic and environmental hormetic. What studies show about removing fruits and vegetables from the human diet. Why toxins exist in plants. The importance of thinking about diet through an evolutionary lens. How meat has been vilified as a source of cancer and obesity.  Why LDL cholesterol alone is not a good predictor of heart disease.  How inflammation and insulin resistance relate to cardiovascular health. Items mentioned in this episode include: Onnit.com/model ⇐ Get your optimal health & performance supplements at 10% off! Easemagnesium.com/model ⇐ Get an exclusive 15% off here! The Social Leap by William von Hippel The Carnivore Code by Paul Saladino, MD Connect with Dr. Paul Saladino Website / Podcast / 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 
“Happier thoughts lead to essentially a happier biochemistry. A happier, healthier body. Negative thoughts and stress have been shown to seriously degrade the body and the functioning of the brain because it's our thoughts and emotions that are continuously reassembling, reorganizing, re-creating our body.” – Dr. John Hagelin The mind-body connection is powerful. Our thoughts and beliefs can play a profound role in our biological functioning, and one way to tap into this complex relationship is to establish a meditation practice. We often hear about using meditation as a way to unplug from our modern world, but the truth is that meditation is a practice that’s been in existence for thousands of years. But what hasn’t always been around is the science to back up the powerful effects that meditation can have on the human body. This Masterclass episode is going to take you through seven mind-blowing ways that meditation can transform your health. You’ll learn about stress reduction, the impacts on cognitive function and the immune system, and how a mindfulness practice can actually alter your physical appearance. This episode is jam-packed with the science and studies that prove the power of meditation practice. You’re also going to learn some different ways to begin meditating, no matter your lifestyle or budget. So listen in, take notes, and apply what resonates with you! In this episode you’ll discover: The impact that meditation can have on the immune system.  What psychoneuroimmunology is.  How meditation can reduce the severity of colds and flu.  The link between meditation and sleep quality.  How your brain waves work during sleep, and how meditation can impact them.  Why meditating in the morning can help you sleep better at night. The science behind how implementing a meditation practice can increase your lifespan. What telomeres are, and how mindfulness can protect them.  How meditating can increase cognitive function and overall brain health.   The link between meditation and physical appearance.  How mindfulness can help you consciously filter your thoughts.  The impact of meditation on the cardiovascular system.  What breathwork is.  Different options for beginning a meditation practice.  Items mentioned in this episode include: Foursigmatic.com/model ⇐ Get 15% off your daily health elixirs and coffee! Onnit.com/model ⇐ Get your optimal health & performance supplements at 10% off! The Top Ten Ways to Fortify Your Immune System – Episode 321 Smart Tips to Beat Inflamm-Aging with Dr. Elissa Epel – Episode 205 The Surprising Science of Stress with Dr. Rangan Chatterjee – Episode 376 How to Beat Anxiety with Craig Ballantyne – Episode 322 5 Biggest Myths About Meditation with Light Watkins – Episode 267 The Telomere Effect by Elizabeth Blackburn, Ph.D. & Elissa Epel, Ph.D. The Stress Solution by Dr. Rangan Chatterjee  Bliss More by Light Watkins * 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 
It’s impressive how many different exercises the human body is capable of accomplishing. Whether you’re into yoga, powerlifting, swimming, or mountain climbing, there’s truly something out there for everyone. No matter how you prefer to incorporate movement into your routine, functional fitness is important for not only your performance but your overall health. Fundamental, functional exercises are key to optimizing your fitness and living your best life. Without a strong core, a wide range of motion, balance, and overall strength, we wouldn’t be able to do the things we’re passionate about. A well-rounded movement routine that incorporates fundamental movement patterns can contribute to your overall performance and longevity. Eric Leija, the Primal Swoledier, is dedicated to helping others master their fitness and build a routine that accounts for longevity. In this episode, you’re going to learn how to integrate fundamental movement into your workouts, the power of bodyweight exercises, as well as how to optimize the use of a kettlebell. This interview is full of insightful tips on how to live a healthier and more sustainable life. Enjoy! In this episode you’ll discover: How Eric became known as Primal Swoledier.  The importance of incorporating functional training.  How to train your body with a kettlebell.  Why a well-rounded routine can increase your longevity.  How to build a better body by focusing on recovery.  An example of a beginner kettlebell flow.  The importance of having fun while you work out.  What an animal flow is, and how it can make you stronger.  How to run a profitable business while making a positive impact. What it takes to be an effective trainer.  The importance of considering longevity in your training.  How Eric incorporates the Law of Reciprocity into his training business. Insider information about the atmosphere, training, and tools available at Onnit.  How variety in your movement can help you avoid pain and injury. Items mentioned in this episode include: Easemagnesium.com/model ⇐ Get an exclusive 15% off here! Onnit.com/model ⇐ Get your optimal health & performance supplements at 10% off! Onnit Academy’s Steel Mace Training Connect with Eric Leija Website / Workshops / 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 
You can make great strides in your overall health goals with diet and exercise alone, but let’s be clear: that’s far from the full picture. True health encompasses a multitude of aspects, including mindset, sleep hygiene, mental health, and stress management. Stress plays a huge role in our daily lives, and an overload of stress can have devastating implications on your health. An overactive stress response system can negatively impact your body composition, mental and emotional well-being, and can contribute to the development of a wide variety of health conditions. And while stress is a natural and normal human response, the key is to experience stress in the appropriate amount.  Today’s guest, Dr. Rangan Chatterjee is here to share how to understand and manage your stress threshold. You’re going to learn practical, actionable (and free!) strategies that you can apply to lower your overall stress burden, and how managing your stress can improve your health, mindset, and relationships. No matter what your current stressors are, this episode will provide you with applicable takeaways to live a calmer, healthier life.  In this episode you’ll discover: How an overactive stress response system can make you gain weight. What gluconeogenesis is. How stress can affect your blood sugar.  The main purpose of the body’s stress response system.  What Micro Stress Doses are, and how to become aware of your threshold. The two different types of stress that we encounter.  Why your brain needs downtime. The power of having a tech-free lunch break. How to improve your health for free. The implications of being more mindful about technology. What the Japanese concept of Ikigai is, and how it can help you be more fulfilled. How a passion deficiency can mimic depression. Why doing something you love is important for your health. Practical ways to reframe the negative experiences in your life.  How a gratitude practice can improve your sleep quality. What a 3D touch is, and how it can help you connect.  Why you should consider keeping a touch diary.  Items mentioned in this episode include: Foursigmatic.com/model ⇐ Get 15% off your daily health elixirs and coffee! Organifi.com/Model ⇐ Use the coupon code model for 20% off! Doctor in the House on BBC  The Stress Solution by Dr. Rangan Chatterjee Connect with Dr. Rangan Chatterjee Website / Podcast / Instagram  * Download Transcript Click Here to Subscribe via Apple Podcasts Click Here to Subscribe via Stitcher Click here to Subscribe via Spotify  Click here to Subscribe via Soundcloud
If I asked you to recall a time that you learned a lesson from a mistake you made, I bet you’d be quick to answer. That’s what our lives are—a series of trials and errors, and a constant opportunity to grow and learn. But luckily, we don’t always have to learn the hard way. If you’re observant and open-minded, you can take away profound lessons from the people around you.  For me, Jay Ferruggia is one of those people. Whether we’re talking about fitness, sharpening your public speaking skills, or simply being a kinder and more patient human, Jay has a ton of inspiration to share. When Jay posted a list of 45 lessons he’s learned in 45 years, I knew I wanted to share it with you.  On today’s show, Jay Ferruggia is here to discuss some of the life-changing principles that have helped him become a stronger, healthier, and more successful human being. You’ll learn about building functional strength, reframing your problems in order to create healthier relationships, and how to have a succinct mission that directly changes the world around you. I hope this episode provides you with actionable tips and insights you can utilize to generate change. Enjoy!  In this episode you’ll discover: What Jay’s morning routine looks like. How Jay fine-tuned his public speaking skills.  Why being charismatic is so powerful, and how to become better at it. The best exercise for preventing lower back pain. How to apply the mantra “less is more” into your workouts. The power of becoming a risk taker.  Why giving others credit is so important.  The value of surrounding yourself with people who uplift you.   How reframing problems can improve your relationships.  Why the desire to be right causes problems.  What it means to figure out your mission.  Why you should make your decisions with confidence.  What it means to value experiences over possessions.  The powerful implications of doing what’s right.  Items mentioned in this episode include: Easemagnesium.com/model ⇐ Get an exclusive 15% off here! Organifi.com/Model ⇐ Use the coupon code model for 20% off! Model Nation ⇐ Join our private Facebook community!  Essential Components of Any Exercise Program with Luka Hocevar – Episode 275 The Charisma Myth by Olivia Fox Cabane The One Thing by Gary Keller and Jay Papasan The 80/20 Principle by Richard Koch Essentialism by Greg McKeown 45 Lessons from 45 Years Connect with Jay Ferruggia Website / Podcast / Instagram   Sleep Smarter Song by Steve Krause Instagram * Download Transcript Click Here to Subscribe via Apple Podcasts Click Here to Subscribe via Stitcher Click here to Subscribe via Spotify  Click here to Subscribe via Soundcloud
“There is no such thing as a self-made man. You will reach your goals only with the help of others.” – George Shinn  As a former lone wolf, the idea that I needed others to make an impact was a hard pill to swallow. But it’s true—it takes a team of people utilizing their unique strengths, solid communication, and a shared goal to make great things happen. This is the case whether we’re talking about creating a podcast, raising children, starting a business, or building a strong and successful marriage.  Our relationships are the most impactful thing on our health, happiness, and overall success—and they can take a lot of work. While it’s easy to place blame on others and put a magnifying glass on their shortcomings, that isn’t necessarily productive. But what can really make an impact on how your relationships function is to better understand yourself and your strengths. Once you have a better grasp on who you are, you can master your reactions and use your talents to be more productive and efficient in your roles.  In his new book, You Ain’t the Boss of Me, Dr. Eric “ET” Thomas shares how to empower yourself by uncovering your unique superpowers. Dr. Thomas is here with us today to share the critical takeaways and mindset shifts that can occur when you have a better understanding of who you are at your core. You’ll learn powerful lessons on how to manage your approaches and expectations, how uncovering your gifts and talents can help you thrive in all aspects of your life, and so many more profound insights. Enjoy this interview with the one and only Dr. Eric Thomas!  In this episode you’ll discover: What it’s like to build a healthy marriage without a frame of reference. How understanding your personality type can help you master your relationships. The importance of being aware of your body language. What it means to be on the hunt in your relationship.  Why it’s critical to understand the appropriate time to use your strengths. How studying your personality can help you succeed.  Why using your talents is like boiling an egg.  What superheroes and villains have in common.  How to better interpret other people’s resistance.  Why relationships are like puzzles. How to teach your children about persistence and responsibility. Why asking how you can be of service can help you build wealth. The importance of putting out positive energy.  How giving away your gifts is like planting a seed.  Why money and mindset are interlinked. Items mentioned in this episode include: Organifi.com/Model ⇐ Use the coupon code model for 20% off! Foursigmatic.com/model ⇐ Get 15% off your daily health elixirs and coffee! Themodelhealthshow.com/PL2020 ⇐ Join me at Phenomenal Life 2020! Demolish Your Limitations & Detox Your Life with Drew Canole – Episode 303 Real Solutions for ADHD with Dr. John Gray – Episode 221 Extreme Execution Coaching  You Ain’t the Boss of Me by Eric Thomas, Ph.D  Connect with Eric Thomas Website / Podcast / YouTube  * Download Transcript Click Here to Subscribe via Apple Podcasts Click Here to Subscribe via Stitcher Click here to Subscribe via Spotify  Click here to Subscribe via Soundcloud
Be honest: when you think about aging, do you associate a negative connotation? We’ve been led to believe that getting older goes hand-in-hand with persistent aches and pains, hearing loss, and cognitive decline.  Aging is a biological process, but it doesn’t have to be so dire. In fact, what if you could become stronger, healthier, and more vibrant with each passing year? For over 20 years, Dave Asprey, the father of biohacking, has been on a mission to test and redefine widely held beliefs about human biology. His personal goal is to live to age 180, and he believes that you too can make smarter, science-backed choices to live a longer, healthier life.  In his new book, Super Human, Dave outlines the Seven Pillars of Aging and the four major killers in our modern world. His work consists of the most cutting edge, game-changing, and scientifically proven insights that you can use to age backward, support your biology, and increase your lifespan.  Today you’re going to learn about your ability to ensure a long and healthy life through making simple, logical decisions. You’ll hear Dave’s personal story of transforming his health, why we’re entering an epidemic of wisdom, and why simply making better choices (and not perfectionism) is the key to successful aging. Enjoy!  In this episode you’ll discover: How Dave went from an arthritic teenager to the father of biohacking.  Why being sick is often similar to being colorblind.  How Dave healed his knees with collagen.  The functional health benefits of using tracking poles.  How your perspective can change your behavior. Why the future will be an epidemic of wisdom. How taking care of your body is like maintaining your car.  The four main killers in our modern world. Why cancer kills humans half as often than it used to.  What you need to know about eating animal fats. The anti-aging properties of glucosamine.  Why mitochondrial biogenesis is, and how to trigger it.  What zombie cells are.  The three foods that Dave would eat in a zombie apocalypse. How to control your inflammation by altering the ratios of fat you eat.  What advanced glycation is, and how sugar consumption can cause it.   How sunlight exposure can help you sleep better.  Items mentioned in this episode include: Organifi.com/Model ⇐ Use the coupon code model for 20% off! Onnit.com/Model ⇐ Get your optimal health & performance supplements at 10% off! Epigenetics and the Biology of Belief with Dr. Bruce Lipton – Episode 235 The Biology of Belief by Bruce Lipton Pre-Order Super Human by Dave Asprey  The Bulletproof Diet by Dave Asprey  Game Changers by Dave Asprey  Bulletproof Coffee & supplements Perennial Seller by Ryan Holiday  TrueDark Glasses   Connect with Dave Asprey Website / Facebook / Instagram  * Download Transcript Click Here to Subscribe via Apple Podcasts Click Here to Subscribe via Stitcher Click here to Subscribe via Spotify  Click here to Subscribe via Soundcloud
Nelson Mandela once said, “I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear.” We all live with fear—it’s a basic human mechanism hardwired into our systems to protect us from danger.  In today’s society, we have far less things to be legitimately fearful of than our ancestors did. But on the other hand, we have so many more inputs and decisions today that can easily become paralyzed by non-threatening fears. We might fear judgment, failure, rejection, inadequacy, and a number of other things. While it’s perfectly normal to experience this emotion, it’s important that we don’t let it sabotage our careers, relationships, or from tapping into our potential. In her new book, Let Your Fears Make You Fierce, Koya Webb outlines the four major fears that we all experience, and how to overcome them in order to live out your dreams. Koya is a transformational specialist, an internationally recognized yoga teacher, and a holistic health and wellness coach. On today’s show, she’s sharing her own personal transformation, as well as practical, universal tools you can use to overcome your own fears. So click play, listen in, and enjoy the show!  In this episode you’ll discover: How perfectionism can stop you from making progress.  Koya’s journey from track star to yogi.  The lessons Koya learned from sustaining multiple injuries.  What having a breakdown of identity can teach you about growth.  The correlation between fear and love. How fears can manifest as physical pain.  The power of breathwork and its accessibility. How social media can lead to a fear of failure.  The importance of practicing affirmations.  How to overcome self-judgment and heal yourself.  The four types of fears, and how to work through them.  What it truly means to appreciate and fall in love with yourself.  The importance of appreciating our differences. How to associate loss with love.  The difference between being a victim and a creator.  Why resisting change can be counterproductive.  What “fear of being the first” is, and how to overcome it.  Items mentioned in this episode include: Organifi.com/Model ⇐ Use the coupon code model for 20% off! Foursigmatic.com/model ⇐ Get 15% off your daily health elixirs and coffee! Beating Financial Stress & Getting a Money Mindset Makeover – Episode 364 Taking Bold Action & Helping People Win with Pat Flynn – Episode 370 The 4 Stages of Personal Growth with Michael Beckwith – Episode 365 The Surprising Truth About Helping Others with Scott Harrison – Episode 314 How to Find More Peace, Health, & Happiness with Jane Wambui Kaberere A Course in Miracles  The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell Let Your Fears Make You Fierce by Koya Webb Get Loved Up Community  Connect with Koya Webb Website / Podcast / Instagram   * Download Transcript Click Here to Subscribe via Apple Podcasts Click Here to Subscribe via Stitcher Click here to Subscribe via Spotify  Click here to Subscribe via Soundcloud
It’s no secret that your metabolism is an important part of your ability to burn fat, as well as other crucial bodily functions. In the health and wellness space, there’s a lot of talk about boosting your metabolism in order to change your overall body composition. But when it comes down to it, there’s much more to your metabolism than its rate.  You don’t need to boost your metabolism in order to have a healthy body—you need a flexible metabolism. If you have a flexible metabolism, you can tap into different sources of fuel and still perform at an optimal level. The good news is, you can train your body to do this, and over time, you can discover the optimal way of eating your specific body.  Healthy metabolic function is essential to overall health, but it’s also incredibly complex. Today, Dr. Jade Teta is here to simplify this process. He’s sharing simple rules on how the metabolism works, and how you can learn more about your individual metabolic process to create a strong, healthy, and metabolically flexible body. Enjoy!  In this episode you’ll discover: How your metabolism can adapt and adjust.  What metabolic smoke means, and how it damages your cells.  The impact that overstressing has on your metabolism. How alcohol inhibits fat burning. The two main rules of metabolic function.  Why your metabolism is not good at multitasking.  How your metabolism acts as a thermostat.  Why macronutrient ratios are important for metabolic function.  What intermittent dieting is, and how to practice it.  What percentage of dieters gain back the weight.  How to learn more about your individual metabolism and create your own diet.  The importance of exploring different nutrition protocols.  How women’s metabolism changes throughout the menstrual cycle.  The four steps that have to occur for your body to burn fat as fuel. What lipid oxidation is.  The power of going for a walk after your workout.   * Download Transcript Items mentioned in this episode include: Organifi.com/Model ⇐ Use the coupon code model for 20% off! Onnit.com/Model⇐ Get your optimal health & performance supplements at 10% off! The Metabolic Effect Diet by Dr. Jade Teta & Dr. Keoni Teta Lose Weight Here by Dr. Jade Teta & Dr. Keoni Teta Connect with Dr. Jade Teta Website/ Podcast/ Instagram Click Here to Subscribe via Apple Podcasts Click Here to Subscribe via Stitcher Click here to Subscribe via Spotify  Click here to Subscribe via Soundcloud
No matter how many followers you have on social media, you’re an influencer. It’s not about how you make an income, but the impact that your words and actions make on the people around you every day. Making connections, building trust, and having the ability to make an influence is such a profound part of the human experience.  And as an entrepreneur, cultivating those relationships in an authentic way is an integral piece of sustaining your business. If you haven’t built trust and loyalty with your audience, they aren’t going to spend their hard-earned dollars on your products or services. If there’s one person who knows a thing or two about building a loyal audience, it’s Pat Flynn.  Pat is a thought leader in the world of online entrepreneurship digital marketing. He takes an authentic and honest approach to building businesses and creating relationships. On today’s show, Pat joins us today to share principles from his newest book, Superfans. This episode covers the insights and tools that are necessary to build real connections, redefine the way you think about making a profit, and change the lives of the people around you. Enjoy!  In this episode you’ll discover: How losing his job inspired Pat to start a business.  The power of creating lifelong fans.  Why being uncomfortable can cause you to take bold action.  How sharing random facts about yourself can build relationships. What it means to create a quick win.  How Pat inspired the creation of the Model Health Show.   The multifaceted benefits of attending meetups.  What Pat’s wife taught him about fandom.  The pyramid of fandom, and how it relates to engagement and sales.  What you can learn from reading 3-star reviews on Amazon. Ways to make your audience feel like they are appreciated. The incredible advantages of having a small following.  What lessons Pat had to learn about hiring and outsourcing as a business owner.  Why it’s so important to set time boundaries as an entrepreneur.  The importance of having a consistent morning routine.  Why being flexible can help you find success.  Items mentioned in this episode include: Organifi.com/Model ⇐ Use the coupon code model for 20% off! Onnit.com/Model ⇐ Get your optimal health & performance supplements at 10% off! Transformationalnutrition.com/love life ⇐ Save your seat for the ITN webinar on 9/17!  Beating Financial Stress & Getting a Money Mindset Makeover – Episode 364 Superfans by Pat Flynn Let Go by Pat Flynn  Will It Fly? By Pat Flynn  Pencils of Promise Internet Business Mastery Podcast FlynnCon The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod The Tim Ferriss Show  Sleep Smarter by Shawn Stevenson Connect with Pat Flynn Website / Podcast / Facebook / Instagram  * Download Transcript Click Here to Subscribe via Apple Podcasts Click Here to Subscribe via Stitcher Click here to Subscribe via Spotify  Click here to Subscribe via Soundcloud
What have you done lately to take care of your brain? Most of us put constant effort into maintaining good physical health, whether that means simply brushing your teeth or planning your meals for the week. But maintaining and improving your brain health is an equally important piece of sustaining a healthy lifestyle.  Your brain controls every aspect of your mind and body. Luckily, emerging science supports the idea that we hold the capability to influence the overall function and health of this incredible organ. On this compilation episode, we’re diving deep into proven tips and strategies for optimizing brain health. You’re going to learn from eight of the world’s top experts on how improve your brain’s overall function through lifestyle choices.  This episode is packed with digestible, scientifically-proven advice that you can use to build a better brain. You’re going to learn about specific nutrients and exercises that can impact your brain’s health, as well as the importance of mindfulness, sleep, and balancing your brain chemistry. Get ready to take notes, you’re about to learn exactly how to strengthen your brain!  In this episode you’ll discover: How exercising can lower your risk of Alzheimer’s disease.  What BDNF is, and how it relates to inflammation in the body.  The dangers of consuming artificial sweeteners.  What percentage of the calories you consume your brain needs to operate. Why your brain is the most expensive real estate in your body.  How the blood-brain barrier works.  Why we do not have pain receptors in our brains.  How processing speed is affected by aging (and how you can improve yours!)  The effects of chronic stress on the memory center of the brain.  How to proactively manage your stress in order to preserve brain function.  What cognitive enhancement is.  Three profound ways aerobic exercise impacts your brain.  The only thing you can do to enhance growth factor in the hippocampus.  How improving your balance can support your memory.  The importance of functional exercises and moving in a way that supports your brain.   Four key elements to fortify serotonin. The problem with constantly providing your brain with dopamine.  How sleeping with your cell phone in your room can affect your health.   The truth about multitasking, and how it can harm you.  Why sleep matters for cognitive function.  Items mentioned in this episode include: Foursigmatic.com/model ⇐ Get 15% off your daily health elixirs and coffee! Onnit.com/Model ⇐ Get your optimal health & performance supplements at 10% off! Stop Brain Shrinkage with Dr. David Perlmutter – Episode 329 Grain Brain by Dr. David Perlmutter  12 Principles to Change Your Brain with Dr. Daniel Amen – Episode 165 Eating for Cognitive Power with Dr. Lisa Mosconi – Episode 319 Brain Food by Dr. Lisa Mosconi  Deadly Fats vs. Healthy Fats with Max Lugavere – Episode 286 Genius Foods by Max Lugavere   Protect Your Brain from Memory Loss with Dr. Steven Masley – Episode 259 Cognitive Enhancement Through Exercise with Dr. Wendy Suzuki – Episode 340 The Muscle-Brain Connection – Episode 331 Happiness vs. Pleasure with Dr. Robert Lustig – Episode 240 The Hacking of the American Mind by Dr. Robert Lustig  * Download Transcript Click Here to Subscribe via Apple Podcasts Click Here to Subscribe via Stitcher Click here to Subscribe via Spotify  Click here to Subscribe via Soundcloud
No one gave me permission to build a career in the health and wellness field, to start a podcast, to write a book, or become a speaker. Making your dreams a reality is something you must take control over. If you wait around for someone to give you the green light to pursue your passions, you’ll never be able to move forward. Every single successful person I’ve interviewed has had the audacity to write their own permission slip, and today’s guest is no exception. When I asked Lori Harder how she landed ten magazine covers, she explained that in every single instance, she relentlessly pitched her story. She put in the time, the persistence, and she granted herself permission.  On this episode, Lori is sharing her incredible story of overcoming deeply ingrained limiting beliefs, speaking your dreams into reality, and what can happen when you choose to reframe negative events in your life. Lori’s mission is to help you create a life you’re obsessed with, and I’m positive this interview will inspire you to give yourself permission to do so. Enjoy!   In this episode you’ll discover: How removing yourself from your environment can spark change.  Lori’s journey to becoming a 10-time magazine cover story. The importance of being faithful in your path. How having an accountability partner can help you achieve results. Why being relentless is the key to success.  The truth about motivations and how they can change over time. How reframing your circumstances can help you gain perspective.  The power that words have to change your reality.  What it means to create meaning from painful events in your life.  How to build a nurturing environment for yourself.  The differences between embracing pain and resisting pain.  Why having a morning mantra can change your reality.  How building a strong tribe can help you unlock ideas and insights.  The meaning of comeback rate.  Items mentioned in this episode include: Foursigmatic.com/model ⇐ Get 15% off your daily health elixirs and coffee! Organifi.com/Model ⇐ Use the coupon code MODEL for 20% off! A Tribe Called Bliss by Lori Harder The Bliss Project Connect with Lori Harder Website/ Podcast/ Facebook/ Instagram * Download Transcript Click Here to Subscribe via Apple Podcasts Click Here to Subscribe via Stitcher Click here to Subscribe via Spotify  Click here to Subscribe via Soundcloud
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Toni Renee Froman Harner

Uhg, with a degree in science, background in health, also a nursing degree , this man is clueless

Dec 3rd
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Ali Ali

35 mins the idea of downtime resonated with me. Thanks for that!!

Oct 31st
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Michelle Debrunner

🤯🤯

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Harry synch

recently he mentioned writing out for financial goals for 60 days in a row. Where can I find out how to write your financial goals in detailed way he describes... which book? thanks

Sep 5th
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Bee Stone

Wow- this was exactly what I needed! (big surprise - NOT! 😊) I haven't listened to MBB for about a year but love his msg. So wonderful to hear your conversation!! Thank youuuuuuu!!!

Aug 31st
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Kristina Kocsis

you never do fitness nutrition podcasts anymore, these topics aren't my fav

Aug 28th
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Tim Stinson

This was a really good episode!

Aug 12th
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Tim Stinson

The whole body image thing is horrible. I'm a man and I'm obese and trying to loose weight and I get stared at while walking, laughed at, I've even had people laugh while taking pictures of me. And I moved from the US to Norway and it just got worse. And everywhere I go people constantly have to tell me I'm not loosing weight fast enough and that's all they want to talk about. Also when I wear things for family events I'll get comments that I am to fat to wear something like that. It doesn't bother me as much anymore but it's killed my confidence and self esteem. And what's even worse is people I know who are just slightly over weight get the same talks from people. They may not get the laughs and stuff but it's like they are never good enough, they want everyone to look like Thor or captain amaerica. And my wife gets it even worse from her mom and sisters. They have the mind set that she need to be a skinny blonde. And she has to have everything approved by her mom before she can wear when we visit her and she is 30 years old lol. It is so ridiculous . I get some people just want to help. But we really need to change the way we treat people when it comes to this.

Aug 12th
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Cindy See Scardino

I would like to order the green juice. do you have a code for the discount?

Jun 30th
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Bree Nosrac

My all time favourite Podcast!!! Also love Shawns book Sleep Smarter!

May 12th
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Dee Raffaeli

this is like one big commercial to sell his promoters

Apr 26th
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Jay You

can't you just buy bone broth at the store?

Apr 25th
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Anderson da Silva (@AndyDaSilva52)

great show with Cal Newport, finishing his book, but I will review some topics

Apr 21st
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Tim Stinson

this was a great episode!

Mar 14th
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Franz Saint-Fleur

I like this podcast and give it 4 stars. I would give it a 5 star review but there's always 10-15 minutes of commercials at the beginning. I am fully aware that sponsors is a way that he makes his money. And that's perfectly fine but it gets to be too much at the beginning on I'm just trying to listen to the topic. how to podcast put their sponsorship commercials somewhere in the middle or threw out the episode in a way most people don't notice. But Shawn waste 10 to 15 minutes selling you at then star of every episode. I started skipping the first 10 minutes just so I can get the to topic. I suggest everybody does the same and if you're wondering what you're missing out here is the same sponsors that he always talks about. 1. save money by shopping at Thrive Market 2. Buy MCT oil from onit 3. Get some lion's main coffee 4. Go to Eric Thomas event 5. Her a five star review saying how great his podcast is. 6. A story the illustrations why one of the products above helps him in life. AFTER this same spill, he finally gets to the episode.

Mar 14th
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l3inc C

I'm suffering from horrible back pain. I plan to make these changes. I hope this works. I'm not a fan of putting meds into my body with horrible side effects. I will be keeping you posted. thank you so much.

Mar 4th
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Rosalyn Blaylock

Best show ever!

Feb 28th
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Rosalyn Blaylock

Very informative!

Feb 19th
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j.

Learned some things about sex and mattresses I did not know. thank you shawn.

Feb 13th
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Jake Fotheringhame

love this show! is there a source on the reference for liters per second passing through the liver? wondering how it filters more blood than the heart pumps?

Feb 6th
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