Age Less / Live More

If you have a phone or computer, you could start a media company right now and publish and share whatever you like. On one hand, this is amazing and democratizes what was previously reserved for a handful of gatekeepers. At the same time, the deluge of messages, often with ulterior motives, makes it extremely difficult for most of us to think freely. Should you trust governmental organizations? Left or right leaning news media? And what about the bro science podcaster? I don’t have the answers to any of these questions, but our guest on this week’s podcast does. 

Listen and learn:

  • About the wisdom of the crowd
  • The dangers of conformity
  • Why conspiracy thinking exists
  • Poetic truth vs. real world facts

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Free Your Mind Book

ABOUT OUR GUEST

Patrick Fagan is an applied behavioral scientist with over 13 years of experience in marketing, political campaigns, and data science consultancy. His expertise is in understanding human behavior and decision-making processes. Through his work, he advocates responsible and ethical practices in behavioral science, empowering individuals to resist manipulative influences and fostering critical thinking in society. He is the coauthor of the book, Free Your Mind

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Direct download: LRS_578_-_How_to_Be_a_Free_Thinker_with_Patrick_Fagan.mp3
Category:Health -- posted at: 3:50pm CEST

Erectile dysfunction is often a canary in the coalmine for metabolic health problems, and it might be just the motivation some men need to make some changes. Like all things related to health, restoring sexual vitality often requires a holistic approach, but the good news is that these changes have nothing but positive upsides.

Listen and learn:

  • The risk vs reward of PDE5 inhibitors
  • Why diabetes and heart disease are often correlated with ED
  • Soundwaves, lasers, and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections
  • Why 90 percent of sexual dysfunction problems are physiological

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Dr. Truong’s Site

ABOUT OUR GUEST

Dr. Anne Truong is a medical doctor specializing in anti-aging and biological cellular medicine, with a career spanning over 25 years. She is the author of the book, Erectile Dysfunction Fix, and runs an educational group called, The Modern Man Club.

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Give a baby an ice cream cone and watch his eye brain light up with pleasure. The desire for sweet is hard-wired into us, but our access to sweet is unprecedented and problematic. Sugary and starchy foods are cheap, delicious, and last for years on the shelf. As you know all too well, once you’ve established a habit of indulging, it’s so difficult to stop. On this week’s podcast, you’ll meet as public health educator who turned her own sugar breakup into a focus for her teaching and advocacy.

Learn

  • How sugar affects your dopamine, insulin and microbiome
  • Why sugar is in 74% of all packaged foods
  • How starchy foods can be just as problematic as added sugar
  • Planning for the 7 to 10 day detox
  • The psycho-social role of sugar and sugar addiction

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Dr. Grayson’s Site

ABOUT OUR GUEST

Dr. Andrea Grayson is a behavior change communications consultant. She teaches about Public Health Communications at the University of Vermont. In 2016, Andrea weaned herself off sugar and now helps others do the same. Her book, The Sweet Tooth Dilemma, is available on Amazon. 

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Direct download: LRS_576_-_How_to_Quit_Sugar_with_Dr._Andrea_Grayson.mp3
Category:Health -- posted at: 10:00am CEST

Do you get sick easily? Do you catch every cold and flu that comes through town? This could be due to a depleted immune system or even chronic immune deficiency. This is more common than most people realize, and for a number of lifestyle and environmental reasons, it’s a growing problem with a glaring lack of medical support or recognition. On this week’s podcast, you’ll meet a doctor who focuses on boosting the immune system and treating those with immune problems.

Listen & learn

  • How fecal transplants can help with extreme gut problems
  • Why cardio and strength exercise and sleep are the foundations for immune health
  • Genetic ApoE test
  • Genetics vs. epigenetic influence on our health 

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Gary’s Site

ABOUT OUR GUEST

Gary Kaplan, D.O., is a clinical associate professor at Georgetown University, director of the Kaplan Center for Integrative Medicine. He’s the author of two books, Total Recovery and Why You Are Still Sick are available on Amazon. 

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Direct download: LRS_575_-_Is_Your_Immune_System_Broken_with_Dr_Gary_Kaplan.mp3
Category:Health -- posted at: 11:13am CEST

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