• Hello everyone, welcome back to Peak Human. This is a different kind of episode. It's going to be three 90 second podcasts. It's my new idea to fill in the gaps between peak human episodes. I do these short episodes with really interesting people I find around the internet with amazing health stories, valuable stuff in 90 seconds, really cool reels. I

    put together, put them out on Instagram and also bundle them up and put them out as a little podcast. And so, yeah, in the meantime, go back and listen to the old episodes. Start back at episode one. So many great ones out there.

    And you may have heard Nose to Tail, my company is not selling meat anymore. We gave it a good run, but there's no profit on real food. I learned how the world works.

    The world is the way it is because there's such a high profit margin on processed foods And if you don't have that huge profit margin, it's very hard to stay in business. So we've been supporting our regenerative ranchers here in texas for years now. We're going to sell the last bit of meat this monday We extended it. So if you're listening to this, it's June 12th, we're extending this to Monday, June 17th. And then we're going to stop.

    But of course we still have our amazing beef tallow body care products, hair, food, skin, food, deodorant, all the things. And we also have our biltong with liver too. We have the sticks made of grass fed meat, made of grass fed beef with liver.

    Best way to get your organs on the go. So get that at get the last of our pasture raised pork by Monday, June 17th and enjoy the short three podcasts!

  • Andy Schoonover is the founder and CEO of CrowdHealth, a company that aims to revolutionize the healthcare payment system through crowdfunding. Schoonover's journey into healthcare innovation was sparked by a personal experience when his daughter needed a simple medical procedure, resulting in an $8,000 bill that their insurance refused to cover. This frustration with the traditional health insurance system led him to create a more transparent and supportive alternative.

    CrowdHealth operates in all 50 states and offers members a way to manage healthcare costs through a monthly subscription model and crowdfunding for medical expenses. The platform emphasizes transparency, affordability, and personalized support, providing services such as bill negotiation, discounted prescriptions, and access to virtual care.

    In this episode Andy Schoonover and I talk about the foundation and mission of CrowdHealth, aiming to revolutionize the traditional insurance industry. Schoonover narrates his motivations stemming from personal dissatisfaction with conventional healthcare systems, leading to the creation of an alternative that promotes healthier lifestyles and aligns financial incentives with wise health choices. The discussion broadens to the concept of rationalizing detrimental behaviors by large entities for financial gain, and how such practices negatively impact society's well-being.

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    00:12 Introducing Crowd Health: A New Approach to Healthcare

    03:58 Building a Parallel Health System: The Crowd Health Mission

    01:50 Andy's Journey: From Healthcare Professional to Revolutionizing the Industry

    11:59 Navigating the Healthcare System: Personal Stories and Solutions

    32:55 Understanding the Root Cause: Lifestyle Changes for Better Health

    38:11 Redefining Diet: From Carnivore to Sapien

    42:31 Understanding Metabolic Health

    43:48 The Slow Danger of Processed Foods

    01:00:54 The Spiritual Aspects of Health


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  • Stephan van Vliet, PhD, is a distinguished researcher specializing in nutritional metabolomics at the Center for Human Nutrition Studies at Utah State University. He is widely recognized for his groundbreaking work in identifying and analyzing over 50,000 bioactive secondary compounds in meat. Dr. van Vliet's research emphasizes the nutritional and environmental implications of these compounds, particularly their roles in human health and disease prevention. His work challenges conventional dietary recommendations by highlighting the complex nutrient profile of meat and its potential benefits beyond primary nutrients. His contributions to the field have been published in numerous esteemed scientific journals, making significant impacts on our understanding of diet and health.


    01:10 Introduction to the Center for Human Nutrition Studies

    02:07 Exploring Nutrition Studies and Grass-Fed Beef Research

    03:03 Collaborations and Mentorship in Nutrition Science

    04:46 The Impact of Diet on Human Health: A Deep Dive

    18:40 The Complexity of Food and Its Nutritional Value

    36:53 Regenerative Agriculture and Its Economic Implications

    42:47 Debunking Processed Meat Myths

    43:43 The Surprising Health Benefits of Traditional Meats

    47:30 Nutrient Density and Satiety: The Protein Leverage Hypothesis

    48:44 Exploring the World of Secondary Compounds

    52:21 The Power of Whole Foods: Simple Yet Effective

    54:32 Personalizing Nutrition: One Size Does Not Fit All

    01:10:31 The Height and Health Connection: A Global Perspective

    01:14:41 Regenerative Agriculture: Beyond the Hype

    01:21:52 Concluding Thoughts: Accessibility and Health

  • In this enlightening episode, we dive deep into Mollie Engelhart's transformative journey from a lifelong vegan upbringing to embracing regenerative agriculture and modifying her Los Angeles restaurant, Sage Bistro, to incorporate regenerative meat. Engelhart shares her compelling story, backed by her experience as both a regenerative farmer and a vegan chef, highlighting the environmental, nutritional, and ethical considerations that led to her pivotal shift. This discussion not only sheds light on the practical aspects of sustainable farming and the impact of dietary choices on personal health and the environment but also illustrates Engelhart's commitment to nutrient-dense food production and her vision for the future of sustainable dining.


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    02:33 Molly Engelhardt's Big Announcement: A Vegan Restaurateur's Shift to Regenerative Practices

    04:11 The Realities of Veganism and the Importance of Animal Nutrition

    14:58 Molly's Personal Journey: From Veganism to Regenerative Farming

    22:29 Raising a Family on a Regenerative Farm: Diverse Diets and Health Insights

    22:49 Adopting a Regenerative Lifestyle: Osmar's Story

    28:36 Navigating Beliefs and Changing Perspectives: A Conversation on Food, Health, and Society

    34:16 Celebrating Earth Day with Regenerative Agriculture

    34:21 The Common Ground of Soil Health

    35:30 The Impact of Big Ag and Big Pharma on Agriculture

    36:13 The Harsh Realities of Monocropping

    38:07 Embracing Regenerative Farming Practices

    44:41 The Journey from Veganism to Regenerative Agriculture

    44:42 Traditional Diets and Dental Health

    57:07 The Dangers of Processed Foods and the Benefits of Whole Foods

    01:05:17 Fermentation: Unlocking Nutritional Value in Indigenous Diets

    01:06:40 Reflecting on Modern Diets and the Genius of Human Adaptation

    01:07:44 Announcing the New Regenerative Kitchen Concept


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  • This podcast episode, featuring host Brian Sanders and entrepreneur Jason Karp, delves into Jason's personal health journey of overcoming incurable blindness through dietary changes. It critically examines the negative impacts of the industrial food system on both human health and the environment, spotlighting deceptive practices by major food corporations like Kellogg's. The conversation advocates for a shift towards consuming less processed foods, supporting regenerative agriculture, and making informed food choices for sustainable living.


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    00:00 Welcome to Peak Human & Introduction to Jason Karp's Journey 02:47 Jason Karp's Health Transformation Through Diet 09:04 The Sapien Thesis: Unveiling the Metacrisis of Modern Society 22:11 The Power of Nature and Ancestral Wisdom in Healing 30:14 Challenging Modern Food Systems and Embracing Regenerative Agriculture 34:38 The Importance of Community, Love, and Returning to Human Fundamentals 38:02 Rediscovering Human Roots for Happiness 38:36 Aligning with Nature in Modern Society 40:14 The Journey from Cyborg to Balanced Human 40:39 Leveraging vs. Aligning with Nature 41:29 Creating Healthier Food Alternatives 43:40 Human Co: Revolutionizing Food with Health in Mind 46:55 The Power of Regenerative Farming 48:40 Challenging the Ultra-Processed Food Paradigm 56:03 The Economics of Healthy Eating 01:03:22 Taking Action Against Unhealthy Food Practices 01:09:59 Personal Health Miracles Through Diet


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  • Drako, an international entrepreneur, nutrition advocate and partner at Nose to Tail, champions a diet centered on whole natural foods, emphasizing their crucial role in optimal health. He is the co-founder of the Sapien Center and the Sapien Movement, a community organization focused on human health and thriving. After solving multiple chronic health conditions through nutrition and lifestyle methods, he now promotes the use of nutrient-dense foods to combat chronic diseases and insulin resistance. Beyond the health sector, Drako has made significant strides in the financial world as CEO of the African fintech company His diverse expertise reflects a commitment to enhancing human health and wealth in the modern world.

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    (05:16) One of the keys to longevity among those living in “Blue Zones” are their tight-knit communities and strong sense of personal identity, more than just their nutrition.

    (11:27) Longevity is not just the amount of years you live, but the quality of experiences and that throughline of purpose in your life.

    (20:59) Avoid eating plants with vigor-altering chemicals, which become gut irritants that poison the body over time. Such chemicals exist as a defense mechanism to prevent the over-eating of these plants.

    (29:48) Whatever is in your body is there for a reason, in accordance with nature.


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  • Drako, an international entrepreneur, nutrition advocate and partner at Nose to Tail, champions a diet centered on whole natural foods, emphasizing their crucial role in optimal health. He is the co-founder of the Sapien Center and the Sapien Movement, a community organization focused on human health and thriving. After solving multiple chronic health conditions through nutrition and lifestyle methods, he now promotes the use of nutrient-dense foods to combat chronic diseases and insulin resistance. Beyond the health sector, Drako has made significant strides in the financial world as CEO of the African fintech company His diverse expertise reflects a commitment to enhancing human health and wealth in the modern world.


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    (06:16) Commercial food is not necessarily healthy food.

    (17:03) The Haber–Bosch process has resulted in a population explosion, but our current food supply now depends on synthetic resources to sustain itself as a result.

    (30:33) You can’t cheat nature.

    (36:06) When you prioritize energy-dense foods over nutrient-dense foods, your body will be left starving for more even as it gets fatter and sicker.

    (46:50) What serves the structure does not serve the individual.


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  • Dr. Ted Naiman is a distinguished physician recognized for his contributions to the field of health and wellness. With a background in family medicine and bariatric medicine, Dr. Naiman has built a reputation for his innovative patient care approaches, focusing on lifestyle interventions for chronic disease management. He is the author of several influential publications and a sought-after speaker at health conferences worldwide. His groundbreaking work in nutritional health has positioned him as a key thought leader in the medical community.

    Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt is a highly esteemed medical professional and a pioneer in the digital health space. He has garnered widespread acclaim for his work in simplifying complex medical concepts for the general public, particularly through his influential health website. Dr. Eenfeldt's commitment to patient education and empowerment has made a significant impact, evidenced by the large online community he has built. As a speaker and author, he continues to contribute to important discussions on health and wellness, inspiring a global audience. and

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  • Dr. Stephen J. Simpson and Dr. David Raubenheimer are renowned scientists known for their work in the field of nutritional ecology. Their research primarily focuses on understanding how organisms, including humans, regulate their intake of nutrients and how this affects their health and behavior.

    Dr. Stephen Simpson is an Academic Director of the Charles Perkins Centre and a Professor in the School of Life and Environmental Sciences at the University of Sydney. His research has spanned several disciplines, from studying locusts to human obesity, and he has been influential in developing the field of nutritional ecology.

    Dr. David Raubenheimer, also affiliated with the University of Sydney, holds the Leonard P. Ullmann Chair in Nutritional Ecology. His research involves the study of nutrition and its effects across a wide range of species, including humans. He has worked extensively on the concept of nutritional geometry, which is a framework for understanding how animals and humans make decisions about what and how much to eat.

    Together, Simpson and Raubenheimer developed the "Protein Leverage Hypothesis," which suggests that the protein content of the diet can strongly influence total energy intake and thus has significant implications for understanding obesity. Their collaborative work has been pivotal in highlighting the complex interactions between diet composition, appetite, and health, making significant contributions to both basic biology and implications for human health and nutrition.


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    (08:00) Every species studied in their natural, undisturbed environments thrive in their nutritional balance.

    (16:32) The protein leverage hypothesis (see study:'protein%20leverage%20hypothesis'%20proposes,promote%20the%20development%20of%20obesity.) posits that we have a preference for protein over other macronutrients, and that the amount of protein we consume influences our appetite for carbs and fats afterwards.

    (28:07) Eating more, per se, isn’t the problem. It’s when that food is higher in energy density than fiber that leads to overeating and, by extension, obesity.

    (38:58) Much of the fruit we eat is not entirely natural due to the modification they go through in farms.

    (46:02) Over time, our bodies have adapted to thrive in the environment in which human beings find themselves. Today, we continue to adapt, but not necessarily for the better.

    (54:18) Even our circadian biology has been shaken up through modern sleep patterns and our supplementation with sleep pills and caffeine.


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  • Nora Gedgaudas is a renowned nutritionist and author, recognized for her expertise in the Paleo diet and ancestral health. She advocates for a nutrient-dense diet, emphasizing the importance of whole foods, healthy fats, and proteins for optimal health and well-being. Nora's work blends modern nutritional science with evolutionary biology, offering a unique perspective on diet and wellness. She is a sought-after speaker and consultant, inspiring individuals to adopt lifestyle changes for long-term health benefits. Discover more about her philosophy and access a wealth of resources at her website:

  • Ana Rosa, MD, PhD is a physician, Radiologist, Body fellowship trained, alumni of the University of Minnesota, medical doctor at the VA healthcare system, and assistant professor at the University of Minnesota.

    Dr. Rosa has done two radiology residencies, one in Brazil, and one in the United States, obtained a doctorate degree, had done a body imaging fellowship, and also has published in medical journals and helped writing Imaging books in Brazil with 25 years of practice in the Imaging field as a Radiologist.

    Dr. Rosa shares with us her imaging knowledge of visceral fat, the importance of its detection and description in the reports, guiding the patients and the ordering providers by the findings on cross-section imaging such as MRI scans.

    The podcast intention is to bring awareness on how to detect a simple and easy biomarker such as visceral fat on MRI scans making it easier for patients to advocate for health and follow up for results.

    Dr. Rosa shares with us how to create quality of care in service for education and interaction between patients, providers and Radiologists in sharing her own story on how to heal from inside out by literally “seeing” a “silent” metabolic active killer that visceral fat represents and taking action to change the presence status quo And move towards optimizing health.


    (06:37) In medical school, healthcare professionals are trained to describe diseases while overlooking how visceral fat and metabolic health contributes to them.

    (15:52) Visceral fat is a major culprit when it comes to various metabolic issues.

    (28:04) The first step to prevent disease is to look for signs of inflammation.

    (31:17) While it’s possible to request your MRI scan from your doctor, most providers won’t know how to make use of it.

    (44:02) Health is not limited to staying alive. Health is also appearance and performance.

    (53:58) For doctors, another benefit of learning to deal with patients carrying high amounts of visceral fat is potentially minimizing burnout.

  • Mary Ruddick is an internationally acclaimed nutritionist currently based in Europe and Africa. She has personally trained professional nutritionists around the globe. Dubbed the "Sherlock Holmes of Health" for her unique ability to expeditiously assess and remediate rare neuromuscular conditions that others have deemed impossible, Mary Ruddick is a seasoned researcher, educator, medical nutritionist, entrepreneur, and philanthropist. Her writing has been published in medical journals and her own inspirational healing story can be found in several publications.

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    (10:38) The Maasai people who live the most traditional lifestyles are living what us moderns would consider a “utopia”.

    (22:32) The mental health crisis came as a result of being unhealthy in general.

    (28:12) When you eat organ meat, you take in a lot of serine.

    (34:34) Another practice within these indigenous cultures is that there is no trading of food, meaning everything eaten is native. Their food is also traditionally processed.

    (45:25) You don’t need to completely remove plants from your diet, but gravitate towards those that you enjoy eating and have been properly prepared to minimize toxicity.

    (53:12) When optimizing your nutrition, don’t focus on achieving balance. Focus on avoiding deficiencies.

    (1:08:42) There are different levels of nutritional knowledge.

    (1:21:17) The concept of “Blue Zones” as presented in the mainstream is largely misrepresented.

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  • Veronica Max is a nurse practitioner and the CEO of UltraPersonal Healthcare. Bringing more than eleven years of family and functional medicine experience to the table, Veronica founded UltraPersonal Healthcare with the aim of creating a quality of care, service and experience that she found missing in the modern healthcare system.

    Just tell her Brian sent you!

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    (12:24) Find a healthcare practitioner that focuses on preventing disease rather than treating disease.

    (16:14) Terrain theory takes into account the human body and the health of the organism.

    (23:31) Exposure to the sun and the elements is vital to a healthy body with normal levels of sex and thyroid hormone.

    (36:40) A healthy diet involves meat, fish, and seasonal fruits and vegetables.

    (41:44) There’s ancient wisdom in the fact that all the major religions incorporate fasting.

    (47:21) Hashimoto’s is autoimmune hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid).

    (55:57) Calorie restriction is a form of stress.

    (1:02:02) Movement is important. But if you overlook food and light, you won’t meet your goals.

    (1:08:30) It’s no coincidence that the thyroid is in the throat.

    (1:11:29) There’s no right or wrong place for a woman to have her baby. It’s important to know your options.

    (1:14:32) When it comes to your child’s immunization schedule, it’s important to educate yourself and to listen to your intuition as a parent. BUY THE MEAT Preorder the film here: Film site: YouTube: Follow along:
  • Chris Kruger is a fitness coach and a promoter of the high-testosterone lifestyle. At 40 years old, he has already dedicated two full decades to assisting men worldwide in achieving their peak potential – in appearance, well-being, and overall performance – all without the need for pills, powders, prescriptions, or PEDs/TRT.

    Just DM him you want to do the SAPIEN program

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    (06:19) Natural hormone optimization applies to men just as much as it applies to women.

    (07:20) A calorie deficit for weight loss purposes is only effective in the short-term.

    (16:15) Instead of restricting yourself nutritionally while trying to improve or maintain performance, go for naturally optimizing your hormones.

    (26:55) Don’t think “energy balance”. Think “energy metabolism”.

    (37:28) True health or fitness is about living like a human should to the fullest.

    (53:04) Testosterone can be produced from saturated fat.

    (1:01:52) Your health and fitness is a reflection of the relationship you have with yourself.

    (1:22:46) Outside of sleep, the biggest lever you can pull is getting enough protein.

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  • Dave Feldman is an independent researcher and software engineer who has gained notoriety for his work on cholesterol and lipid metabolism, particularly in the context of low-carbohydrate and ketogenic diets. Coming from a background in software engineering, Feldman took a systems engineering approach to understanding cholesterol, creating what he calls the "lipid energy model." He has presented his findings at various medical conferences and is a frequent guest on health and wellness podcasts. Although not a credentialed medical professional, Feldman's citizen science has challenged traditional views on cholesterol, encouraging more nuanced discussions around its role in health. His work has captivated a large following of both laypeople and experts interested in the complexities of lipidology.

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    (4:18) A study on the Lipid Energy Model (LEM) ( may explain why cholesterol increases in those who decide to consume fat for energy over carbs.

    (12:46) The status of your metabolic health influences how a particular diet affects your health, no matter the diet.

    (20:42) HDL at 50 or higher and triglycerides at 100 or lower are good benchmarks to strive for.

    (36:19) Multiple studies demonstrate that, if you take 100 random people in the same demographic with 0 risk factors, 60 male and 40 female, a little more than half of them would have 0 CAC.

    (44:07) Dave’s ongoing companion study (follow updates at running parallel to the main study features a control group with more relaxed criteria.

    (52:03) If we had more data on healthy populations, a clearer path towards a healthy way of life will be achieved

    (59:40) Visit ( which is both a blood testing service and a hub to participate in citizen science. BUY THE MEAT Preorder the film here: Film site: YouTube: Follow along:
  • Gabor is a food scientist with a master's in molecular biology. He lives in Hungary and is one of these engineers/scientists who I love talking to who look at nutrition differently. He has a very unique perspective because he worked for big food manufacturers.

    He spends almost all of his free time researching this stuff to help people understand how bad these processed foods actually are. He has a large community on Facebook where he shares and discusses this information. He also has some great presentations he’s done you can find online.


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    (12:29) To determine whether a study is biased, refer first to potential conflicts of interest.

    (14:56) Adipose tissue is a question of function over mass.

    (23:53) We are adaptive organisms.

    (31:04) Accelerated Appearance and Absorption (AAA) takes place when your small intestinal tract is filled too quickly with ultra-processed foods (refined carbs and/or added fats).

    (41:03) Processed proteins are nowhere near as unhealthy as processed carbs.

    (55:40) Overeating doesn’t necessarily equal gaining weight, and vice versa.

    (58:36) Adipogenesis is the generation of more fat mainly through the addition of new fat cells.

    (1:09:19) In general, metabolic health is a good marker of future health outcomes.

    (1:17:58) A diet rich in refined carbohydrates and added fats leads to the production of endotoxins that are easily absorbed.

    (1:27:46) Visceral fat is a protective mechanism.


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  • Dr. Joel Kahn is a cardiologist, integrative medicine practitioner and promoter of plant-based nutrition. Having practiced traditional cardiology since 1983, it was only after his own commitment to a plant based vegan diet that he truly began to delve into the realm of non-traditional diagnostic tools, prevention tactics and nutrition-based recovery protocols. These ideologies led him to change his approach and focus on being a holistic cardiologist.

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    (16:52) According to Dr. Khan, if you suffer from heart disease, consider a plant-based diet based on science.

    (20:38) We start to develop atherosclerosis in our 20s and 30s.

    (31:00) We have more than enough data that a human can live through their reproductive years on a huge variety of diets.

    (47:08) To assess whether or not you’re on the right path, assess your own cardiovascular status.

    (59:54) 30-40% of heart attacks, strokes, and early deaths are due to genetic factors, completely regardless of nutrition and lifestyle.

    (1:09:50) Examine whether or not your lifestyle is working for you. Don’t just assume it is.

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  • Stephan J. Guyenet, Ph.D. is an obesity researcher and health writer whose work ties together neuroscience, physiology, evolutionary biology, and nutrition to offer explanations and solutions for our global weight problem. He received a B.S. in biochemistry at the University of Virginia and a Ph.D. in neurobiology at the University of Washington. He is the author of the popular health website, Whole Health Source, and is a frequent speaker on topics of obesity, metabolism, and nutrition.

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    (11:16) Our brains determine our food intake and regulate our energy expenditure, in a way that works best in our ancestral environment, but not in our modern environment.

    (24:33) We consume calories for many reasons, hunger being just one of them. Likewise, satiety is just one of many reasons we stop eating.

    (34:40) As a rule of thumb, eat a diet of omnivorous whole foods that are lower in calorie density.

    (49:56) Fiber is not an essential nutrient.

    (58:35) Nutrient-to-energy is important to health, but once you have adequate intake, there’s not much benefit in taking in more.

    (1:04:46) Most people in the US are more susceptible to obesity than others. Whether or not they actually become obese comes down to the environment they choose.

    (1:15:31) Blood pressure, on a genetic level, doesn’t typically change as one gets older.

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  • Brad Kearns, 58, is a New York Times bestselling author, Guinness World Record setting professional Speedgolfer, #1 USA-ranked Masters age 55-59 track & field high jumper in 2020, and former national champion and #3 world-ranked professional triathlete.

    He has written twenty books on diet, health, peak performance, and ancestral living, and is a popular speaker, retreat host, and face of the Primal Blueprint online multimedia educational courses. In 2017, The Keto Reset Diet became a New York Times bestseller, and briefly ranked as the #1 overall bestselling book on Brad also hosts the B.rad podcast

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    (09:56) We know what’s possible. Now let’s shoot for optimal.

    (21:22) Processed foods disrupt our appetite and satiety hormones, prompting us to overeat.

    (33:02) Injuries are a sign of overdoing it.

    (40:56) Homo sapiens are built for near-constant everyday movement.

    (47:38) Always ask “what’s optimal” instead of just “what’s possible”.

    (59:54) Raw forms of high-toxin natural plant foods is a potentially problematic category of nutrition.

    (1:08:26) Our main nutritional challenge is energy toxicity.

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  • This episode features the synthesis of my learnings after doing 200 episodes over the last 5.5 years with many of the world's top doctors & scientists in the health field.

    Get 80% of the results with 20% of the effort. I've dedicated my life to learning from the best and distilling things down to actionable insights that make it easy for you to get results.

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    (10:52) The only nutrition plan you’ll be able to stick with for the long-term is the one that you enjoy following, and is both nutrient-dense and complete.

    (24:58) Food Lies was originally a documentary that turned into a six-part series.

    (29:43) The Sapien Center can be described as a work-from-home health-focused community that makes the journey to health and longevity sustainable and fun.

    (36:36) Ancestral health combines how humans traditionally ate with modern medicine to prevent and treat chronic disease.

    (49:25) The main problem with binge eating dietitians and the fat acceptance movement is that they do not understand that there are differences in food.

    (57:34) Nutrient calories are not the same as energy calories.

    (1:07:25) Cholesterol is foundational to hormonal health.

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