MY FAVOURITE LINKS #2
Please find below my latest additions to the health and fitness library on the Knowledge Page, to help with that mental itch you’ve been trying to scratch.
We have a TEDx talk and five diverse podcasts for you to listen to:
Professor Eran Segal gave this talk in 2016 on the results of his (et al) research which indicates a drastic change in blood sugar levels between two individuals on identical diets – this may explain why some struggle to lose weight while others, on the same diet, stay lean and fit. The scientists even developed an algorithm that can calculate ones blood level based on his or her biology and lifestyle.
This was a great talk!
In 2019 Ben Greenfield spoke at an event called “A4M” (American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine) in Las Vegas, on how to increase testosterone naturally with no injections or hormone replacement protocols required.
Techniques discussed include vitamins, minerals, supplements, training, and bio-hacking techniques. A great episode for the guys!
Aubrey Marcus speaks with ex-UFC-fighter Kyle Kingsbury about Kyle’s recent ayahuasca experiences, gratitude, healing past traumas and ending bad generational behavior patterns.
A very insightful talk.
Joe Rogan speaks with Pavel Tsatsouline on strength training techniques and intelligent training.
Pavel Tsatsouline, is the Chairman of StrongFirst, Inc., a fitness instructor who has introduced SPETSNAZ training techniques from the former Soviet Union to US Navy SEALs, Marines and Army Special Forces, and shortly thereafter to the American public
Joe Rogan speaks with expert mycologist Paul Stamets on saving the bees with mushrooms, medicinal mushrooms, psychedelic mushrooms, and how you can help to save the bees.
A very interesting and educational talk!
Sam Harris speaks with Matt McCarthy about his book Superbugs: The Race to Stop an Epidemic. They discuss the problem of drug resistant bacteria, fungi, parasites, and viruses, and the failure of the pharmaceutical industry to keep pace with evolution. A very relevant talk considering the current situation with the Corona virus.
Matt McCarthy is an infectious disease physician and assistant professor of medicine at Weill Cornell.
All of these podcasts can also be accessed via your favourite podcast app.
I hope you enjoy these resources as much as I did!