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EPI 64: He GAINED 75 Pounds... Then LOST 75 Pounds... All In 1 Year! The INCREDIBLE Weight Loss Challenge And The Insights He Learned From It. With Fit2Fat2Fit Founder Drew Manning
It’s important to remember that the goal of a workout challenge is to feel healthier. You should challenge yourself, but not at the expense of your overall physical, emotional, and psychological wellness.Read More
EPI 63: Over 30 Years Old? Here’s EXACTLY How You Should Exercise For Maximum Results In The Shortest Time. Plus Potential Pitfalls Of Long Cardio Sessions and CrossFit. With Super Fit 57 Year Old Brad Kearns
Cardio or aerobic exercise encompasses many types of activities. Some activities like walking can be done at a moderate pace. Other activities, like running, biking uphill, jumping rope, or swimming laps, can be done at a more intense pace.Read More
EPI 62: Dr. Stacy Barczak Baker On How To Detox And Protect Yourself From Glyphosate, Heavy Metals, and Parasites. Leaky Gut & Antibiotics, Protein Intake & More!
Having an excess amount of heavy metals can negatively affect the human body. Some foods and medicines can help remove heavy metals from the body. Using such substances for this purpose is known as a heavy metal detox.Read More
EPI 61: Dr. Chanu Dasari - Holistic Gut Surgeon Shares The Truth About Gut Health, Autoimmune Diseases, Which Foods Wreck Your Gut, The Gut-Mind Connection, And More!
“All disease begins in the gut.” Hippocrates, the father of medicine, said this more than 2,000 years ago, and we’re now beginning to realize how true it really is.Read More
EPI 60: Dr. Cheyenne Bryant On How To Transform Your Thoughts And Reprogram Your Mind To Get The Life You Want
If you look around, there is always someone in the world who grew up in a similar place, time, and situation as you, who managed to change their life for the better. But just because it's possible to change your life doesn't mean it's easy.Read More
EPI 59: How To Exercise Your Brain & Avoid Cognitive Decline As You Age. Why Some People Have Major Cognitive Decline & Others Don't. With Dr. Tommy Ragnar Wood PhD
The brain is always active, even during sleep. However, certain activities can engage the brain in new ways, potentially leading to improvements in memory, cognitive function, or creativity. Although the brain gets plenty of exercise daily, certain activities may help boost brain function and connectivity. This, in turn, may help protect the brain from age-related degeneration.Read More