Age Less / Live More

At what age should we consider hormone replacement therapy? Why is PCOS so common? Why is it that women often struggle with ketogenic diets more than men? Our hormones play such an important role in how we look and feel, but most of us are unsure how to optimize them or what ‘normal’ hormonal balance feels like. Medical doctor Anna Cabeca is our guest on this week’s podcast to help us make sense of the endocrine system and understand our hormones better.
 
Listen and learn:

  • How to support rather than suppress menopause
  • Why coffee can jack up your blood sugar levels
  • How women should approach ketogenic diets
  • What urine PH can tell you about your diet and stress levels

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Dr. Anna’s Site

ABOUT OUR GUEST

Dr. Anna Cabeca is a menopause and sexual health expert and speaker. She is a triple board-certified OB-GYN, integrative medicine, and anti-aging and regenerative medicine doctor.
Her books include: The Hormone Fix, Keto-Green 16, and MenuPause.

Nutritional Tip of the Week

  • Reactive hypoglycemia

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Category:Health -- posted at: 9:42am CEST

Ever felt stuck in a rut with your job, your relationship, or maybe even the city you’re living in? You know what you’re doing isn’t what you want, but you’re unsure how to break your current pattern? It’s fun to think that anything is possible, but at certain phases of life, that’s just not true. On this week’s podcast, author and renowned explorer, Colin O’Brady, reveals how the simple act of taking a twelve hour walk alone, can help you to find peace, clarity and the mental space to help you re-evaluate your life’s possibilities. I love the idea, I’m going to do this here in Barcelona. I hope you join me from wherever you are in the world. 

Listen and learn:

  • How losing five friends on K2 mountain impacted Colin’s own life
  • How to break through limiting beliefs
  • Why physical accomplishments can often lead to mental breakthroughs
  • The importance of mindset
  • How one 12-hour walk could help you live your best life

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Colin’s Site


ABOUT OUR GUEST

Colin O'Brady is a 10x world-record-holding explorer, endurance athlete, speaker and author. His first book is called The Impossible First, and his new book, The 12-Hour Walk comes out soon.

Nutritional Tip of the Week

  • Palm oil

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Category:Health -- posted at: 10:26am CEST

What does it mean to live your best life? What does it mean to self-actualize? It’s easy to fall into the trap of chasing status, titles, or physical property; but isn’t what really matters to you based more on your values? If so, your best life could be much closer than it seems. On this week’s podcast, we’ll explore personal and professional growth with coach Michael Balchan. 

Listen and learn:

  • Why top performers have coaches
  • The importance of stacking wins
  • Celebrating success each step of the way
  • How traction is the opposite of distraction
  • How to outsmart our worst habits and become the best version of ourselves

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Heroic

ABOUT OUR GUEST

Michael Balchan is Head Coach and Chief of Staff of Heroic. He’s a Harvard-trained behavioral economist and psychologist, who spent almost a decade in finance before becoming a sought-after performance coach to executives and leadership teams.

Nutritional Tip of the Week

  • Cinnamon for blood sugar

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Category:Health -- posted at: 11:04am CEST

Have you noticed many leading voices in the fitness industry are single and are able to spend 2-3 hours per day working out? No matter how organized you are, if you have kids and a career (that isn’t fitness-related), most people struggle to find even an hour a day for themselves. Rather than ignore the very real time constraints of midlife, my guest on this week’s podcast has created a solution built around systems. 

Listen and learn:

  • Why walking can be an ideal starting point for many people
  • The power of routinizing one or even two meals daily
  • How planning and preparation can make all the difference
  • Why you should avoid extremes 

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Fit Father Project

ABOUT OUR GUEST

Anthony Balduzzi is the founder of the Fit Father Project. He helps busy fathers lose weight and build muscle to stay healthy for their families.

Nutritional Tip of the Week

  • Fermented food and belly

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Category:Health -- posted at: 10:00am CEST

Periodontal disease is correlated with just about every type of illness and disease. Sometimes it’s a canary in the coal mine for something wrong, but sometimes, it can even be the source of the problem. While many people dismiss dental care as only an aesthetic concern, straight, healthy teeth and a broad palate help with breathing, sleep and even digestion. My guest on this week’s podcast shares his academic and clinical experiences helping people improve their smiles as a means to improving their health. 

Listen and learn:

  • Why fluoride can be great for teeth, but should not be ingested
  • The benefits of hydroxyapatite as an alternative to fluoride
  • How the billions of microbes in your mouth play a crucial role in digestion
  • The benefits of xylitol in dental care products 

Links

The Mouth Book

ABOUT OUR GUEST

Dr Kami Hoss is on the board of counselors at UCLA School of Dentistry, and he is the Chairman of the Board, at Howard Healthcare Academy. He has appeared on NBC, ABC, FOX, NPR, and CBS. His book is called, If Your Mouth Could Talk.

Nutritional Tip of the Week

  • Stale Spices

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Category:Health -- posted at: 10:00am CEST

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