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To help us navigate the thorny world of home cookery and health, we’re here with Anna Vocino, a voice over talent and stand up comic who writes cookbooks and co-hosts the “Fitness Confidential” podcast.
Niraj left the pharmacy behind, and is now known as The Renegade Pharmacist, helping others heal using natural treatments like Ayurvedic practices, dietary recommendations, meditation, yoga, and mind power techniques like self hypnosis and NLP.
You've heard all about red light therapy, right? Can near infrared light therapy actually help with recovery, inflammation, sleep, skin health, cognition, and more? if you're wondering how to separate the hype from reality, this is definitely the show for you.
Do you have a “dad bod”? You could be working out and eating the same way you did when you were younger, but suddenly you’re unable to burn body fat. Well, today we’re here with Dr. Anthony Balduzzi, founder of the Fit Father Project.
Can changing your thought patterns actually improve your ability to heal? We’re here with Dr. Roy Vongtama, a Board Certified Cancer Specialist and you may even recognize his as an actor from the TV show 24.
How often do you say “no” to things you don’t want to do? Joining us on the show is Bobby Maximus a former UFC fighter and Toronto police officer whose here talking about the benefits of self imposed limitations and why saying “no” is a superpower.
According to smartphone usage statistics, the average smartphone user checks their device 63 times per day. Are all those bleeps and bloops interrupting your day and interrupting your story? To help us figure it all out, we're here with our friend Aaron Alexander.
Music can help reduce stress, and even lower blood pressure. We’re only starting to understand the benefits of learning, playing, and listening to music, and today we’re here with a fellow-musician friend, Chase Barron.
Today we’re here with a very dear friend of mine, who actually grew up down the street. And he’s talking with us about food policies, sustainable diets, and how to find peace and happiness by getting outdoors.
On August 1, 2015, James began his journey to lose 100 pounds and gain his health and life back. He sent me an email last year that went straight to my heart, and I’m looking forward to him sharing more of his story with you today.
Do you know how the media you’re consuming is affecting your brain and mood? With a dab of neuroscience, common sense and self-expression, we can rise above the craziness we seem to find ourselves in. And returning to the show to help us get this figured out is Dr. Srini Pillay.
Did you know that in the U.S. every single year more than 50,000 people are poisoned by carbon monoxide gas? In today's episode, you're going to hear simple steps you can take to protect yourself and your family.
What are humans actually meant to eat? Today we're here with my new friend, Brian Sanders. He's here to talk about the misinformation in the world of nutrition, and what we should be doing and eating instead.
Be honest, are you feeling a little stressed out these days? Things seem crazier than ever, and to help us out we're here with Sarah Fragoso and Dr Brooke Kalanick. This is a really fun one. We get deep.
In this Ask Me Anything, you’ll learn about the benefits of Chi Kung and other moving meditations, why it's important to indulge every once in a while, what to look for when buying chicken, and tons more.
What's the link between smartphone use and brain cancer? Dr. Anne Louise Gittleman is here to share some astonishing things about your gut health, the hazards of EMF pollution, and how to boost your metabolism with just a few simple tweaks.
How’s your meditation practice going? Joining me on today’s show is Jennifer Iserloh. She's a certified yoga teacher, reiki practitioner, and professionally trained chef, whose clients include Jerry Seinfeld, as it turns out.
I can't believe how many people joined in to ask questions. I wasn’t able to get to all of them during the livestream, so afterwards I answered a few more which you’ll be able to hear today as we get this kicked off.
If you want good health, you've got to get your sleep nailed down. Artificial lights from your phone, tablet or computer can mess with sleep, as can drinking alcohol. Today's guest was more of a social drinker who decided to take a break from alcohol, and then life got a lot more interesting.
In these crazy times when we’re more technologically connected than ever, many of us can’t help but feel separated and somewhat detached. To help us rise above the madness of today's world, we're here with Dr. Caroline Leaf.
Though she is at the forefront of functional medicine, what sets Dr. Wahls apart is her experience using nutrition and lifestyle interventions to treat progressive health problems and heal her own MS, and later that of others.
Did you know that selling raw milk is illegal in 18 U.S. states? Much of the food our grandparents took for granted is now banned in what we call the land of the free. The argument? That processed food is much healthier and safer.
Be honest now, how many times have you avoided doing something because you were afraid? Right now, Akshay is in the middle of a self-imposed challenge to run from border-to-border of every country in the world, and today he's here to show us what we're really capable of as human beings.
It really seems like Western medicine is completely devoid of common sense. Why is that? Well to help us figure it out, today we're here with one of the very best doctors I know, a renowned neurologist, Dr. David Perlmutter.
Can dieting cause you to gain weight, instead of lose it? It happens sometimes. We seem to be living in a world where each day seems to bring new science that cancels out all past assessments. Well, returning to the show this week to help us figure it all out is Dr. Alan Christianson.
In this age of information overload, your life can be filled with irrelevant or unnecessary information in an instant. And that just clouds your mind for the rest of the day. Returning to the show to help us simplify our lives at a very opportune time as we get this new year off to a fresh start, we're here with Mr. James Clear.
Today's guest is a former junior Australian champion marathon kayaker, and also a high school P.E. teacher who embarked upon a quest to overcome food addiction, anxiety, and depression by eating only potatoes for an entire year.
What can living with wild wolves teach us about how to eat and live as humans? Well today, believe it or not, we're here with a remarkable woman who actually lived amongst wild wolves in the Arctic Circle.
When was the last time you checked how safe your air is? One of the most concerning things about breathing polluted air, is that it not only shaves years off of our lives, but it also decreases cognitive performance and actually makes us less intelligent.
You're about to hear my take on beer, wine and alcohol (especially during the holidays), overeating issues, what to do when you see all the sweets at parties this time of year, how to accidentally write a book, censorship on social media, and even the future of virtual reality.
Did you know that on average American women try 61 different diets over the course of their lives? Taking current trends into account, it's predicted that by the year 2030, 85% of Americans will be overweight. To help us sort it all out, we're here today with Eliza Kingsford.
Does being ripped and having a six-pack automatically make you more spiritual? JP Sears is a comedian, satirist, YouTuber, emotional healing coach and now the author of How to Be Ultra Spiritual: 12 1/2 Steps to Spiritual Superiority.
Have you ever thought about why health trends come and go? Today we're here with Mr. Ryan Lee, an author, health entrepreneur, and father of four. Ryan is going to give us an insane inside peek into how the health industry actually works in the age of the internet and social media.
For a lot of the health nuts out there it's easy to obsess about nutrition, but how many people are really paying attention to what's in the water they drink? Returning to the show today is one of my favorite guests, a wild man himself, Mr. Arthur Haines.
What’s the biologically appropriate diet for human? Can you chow down on steak every meal, and expect to get results? In this particular Q&A session, I answer your questions about kettlebells, good sources of carbs, protein powders, the carnivore diet and much more.
Why is it so difficult to find high-quality, pasture-raised meats these days? It seems like we're years into the natural-organic-pasture-raised health craze, yet it's still a pain to find grass-fed barbecue and meats from healthy animals in general.
Now that we all carry cameras in our pockets, it can feel like we're in the spotlight pretty much all the time, especially considering the new pressures of social media. And with that comes public scrutiny, and the dreaded trolls. Shaun T is back on the show and he's got one critical piece of advice that I think will really help you out.
Gary teaches people like you and me to break free of conventional wisdom to practice true health, freedom and self reliance. If you feel overwhelmed by bills, debt, or even social media, this episode is definitely for you.
Can good productivity habits contribute to other good habits, like eating well and getting outdoors? Today, we have a special Q&A bonus episode where I’ll be sharing one of my favorite tools that has helped me since I was an overachieving pre-teen, and continues to pay big dividends in productivity and in art to this day.
Did you know your gut is responsible for producing about 90% of your serotonin? There’s a lot going on in that gut of yours, and today we're here with Dr. Michael Ruscio talking about the link between your gut, your body, and your brain
What do Ryan Reynolds, Hugh Jackman and Scarlett Johansson all have in common? We’re here with Don Saladino, one of the most in-demand and respected trainers in Hollywood, and he's going to spill the beans on topics that will definitely raise some eyebrows.
Did you know that up to 90% of Americans are not getting enough of the nutrients that are critical for healthy functioning? To help us sort it all out, we're here with Dr. Mark Hyman, a functional medicine practitioner.
Were our childhood heroes, like He-Man and Captain Planet, jacked up on steroids? If you’ve ever suffered from body image issues, disordered eating or even exercising too much, this episode is for you.
What would it be like to get down to 3.8% body fat? Today's guest stars as the red Power Ranger on Nickelodeon's "Power Rangers Ninja Steel" and he's going to tell you exactly how he gets shredded for acting roles.
Can you compete in a bodybuilding competition using ketosis and carb backloading? Chaz Branham entered the Texas Shredder Classic, his first bodybuilding competition, on a dare—and did ridiculously well by using a fat-based approach.
Dr. Perlmutter is a board-certified neurologist and author of #1 New York Times bestseller, Grain Brain. In this interview, he's going to tell you 2 things you can do right now to actually regrow your own brain cells.
We’re on the show with Cliff Hodges, wilderness survival educator, founder of Adventure Out, and former host of NatGeo’s Remote Survival. You know the old question, “Who would you want to be stranded on a desert island with?” My answer—Cliff Hodges. Why Because he will keep me alive.
Jill Miller, author of The Roll Model, is totally off her rocker. Get ready - you’re about to learn a ton about your body, your gut, and... balls. If you’ve got creaky bones, or you want to improve your performance, or maybe you just want some ironing out like me, this show is for you.
Before Alyson became captain of the wild kitchen, she was a professional video gamer travelling all around North America and worldwide for competitions. Now, she takes the energy she spent getting people addicted to video games to helping people realize a healthier lifestyle through incredibly delicious food.
In today’s show, Diane Sanfilippo and I cover how to eliminate sugar cravings in 3 weeks, adrenal fatigue, fitness tips for women, why our great-grandmothers didn’t need nutrition lessons, and tons more…
Shaun T has a HUGE heart. I think he’s one of the most inspirational people in fitness. He truly cares about people and can help you achieve more than you ever thought possible. And he also gives epic bro hugs.
This show features the incredibly inspiring story of Dr. Terry Wahls, a clinical professor of medicine, author, and living testament to the power of healing your body with real food. A few years ago, Terry was sentenced to a tilt-recline wheelchair with progressive Multiple Sclerosis. Today, she bikes to work, speaks all over the country, and teaches others to reverse degenerative conditions.
This show is with a personal friend of mine who I think has the best name ever for a brain and learning expert-- Jim Kwik! We'll be talking about how you can tune up your brain, on the spot, in real time... and what it was like to hang with the entire cast of X-Men.
In today's show, we chat about how to confront and defuse rabid sugar cravings, what to do when you encounter a cookie in the conference room, how to come to terms with a history of eating disorders and body image issues, and the no willpower way to build impulse control.
Why do we eat when we’re not hungry? Today we’re here with Andrew Miles, award-winning doctor of oriental medicine, whose work connects traditional Chinese medicine, Western science and the future of healing.
We're here this week with one of our show-listeners, 18 year-old Joshua Weissman. Joshua is the foodie behind the delicious Paleo recipes at the blog Slim Palate and today we talk about how he lost over 100 pounds as a 17 year old!
Can a tomato change a child’s life? “Yes,” says artist and designer Ron Finley, also known as the Gangsta Gardener. Ron planted a curbside garden in the strip of soil in front of his house in LA. The city tried to shut it down. So Ron accidentally started a revolution.
Do you know what sugar really does to your brain? In this week's show with returning guest Dr. David Perlmutter, learn how food changes your genetic code, what sugar does to your brain, and how to maintain health as you age.
Yasmina Ykelenstam worked as a journalist for CNN and BBC, diving right into combat zones and even getting shot at in a helicopter. But we're talking about the other thing that almost killed her - her diet. Learn about the hidden epidemic of histamine intolerance...
We’re on the show today with Dr. Amy Myers, MD, New York Times bestselling author of The Autoimmune Solution and a leader in Functional Medicine. On this show, we dig into the causes, prevention, and healing of autoimmune issues that you might not even realize you have—but suffer with every day!
Have you ever heard of a trainer gaining 75 pounds on purpose? Drew Manning, author of bestseller Fit2Fat2Fit is here sharing his incredible experience gaining 75 pounds of flab in 6 months and then dropping it all.
Did you know that even occasional use of antibiotics, hand sanitizers, and other germ-killers can wreak havoc on your long-term health? This week, we’re here with Dr. Robynne Chutkan, a leading expert in the world of gut health.
Our guest today is my friend and functional medicine practitioner, Dr. Justin Marchegiani. He experienced the shortcomings of conventional medicine first hand, beginning with his career in the surgical ward assisting with limb amputations.
On this show with celebrity fitness and nutrition coach, Kyle Brown, we’ll peek into the Hollywood and elite training circles to explore doping, water-loading, and how pros really prepare for the camera.
We’re here with a master fermentationist, avid outdoorswoman, and good friend, Summer Bock. You’re going to learn how to upgrade your gut health with probiotics, how to properly complete a cleanse, and I’ll even share a few tips to help you with your New Year’s Resolutions.
Today we have a special episode with my good friend and bestselling Paleo author and Crossfit beast, George Bryant. He’s a former marine who struggled with weight and an eating disorder for twelve years before turning to the kitchen for salvation.
While we might know how to eat right and exercise, why is it so dang hard to actually DO it? Today we’re here with Sarah Fragoso, the bestselling author of 6 books, world-traveler, and mother of 3 who might have the answer.
On this show with Marc David, you’re about to learn why the “calories in, calories out” model of weight loss is wrong, how your thoughts impact your nutritional metabolism, what to do before you eat your next meal.
Today's episode is with my good friend, UJ Ramdas, the co-creator of the Five Minute Journal. On this show, we’ll share little changes you can make in your life that add up to massive long-term results.
Fitness trainer and holistic wellness advocate Chelsey Luger teaches the indigenous traditions that once kept tribal people in optimal health… but which have been replaced by packaged foods and cheap beer over the last century.
Do you ever feel like there’s a wild animal lurking somewhere inside you? If you’ve ever been derailed by your inner monkey, this show is for you. You'll learn how to quite bad habits and reprogram negative thought patterns, why we're always thinking about food, and tons more.
Dr. Noah Kaufman, the Ninjadoc, stars on the hit TV show American Ninja Warrior. He's going to tell us what it's like to compete on the world's hardest obstacle courses—and how regular people can get off the couch and start climbing, too.
Can programing your day like an NFL pro help you reach your goals? Niyi Sobo is a former NFL running back for the New Orleans Saints. After he hung up his cleats, though, he had to create a new career.
Just 12 months after watching our TV show on ABC, Kat has shed 40 pounds, and Brent is down 47... without working out. Sounds wacky, but you’re about to learn why focusing on food and lifestyle can work so well.
Back on the show this week is my friend, coach and ABC TV Co-Star, Jay Cardiello. Jay has coached pro athletes in the NFL and MLB... and he’s also trained A-List celebs including Jennifer Lopez, Ryan Seacrest and 50 Cent (no big deal).
You’re about to hear from a remarkable 9 year old who I met at a book signing last spring who made me feel a heck of a lot better. This fourth-grader not only read all the way through my book, The Wild Diet, but also shared a story I won’t forget.
Health care is a weird scene at best, and a misnomer at worst. Another good excuse to eat your vegetables ladies and gentlemen. But never fear, today's guest, mega-bestselling author and cardiologist, Dr. William Davis, is here to help us figure it all out.
Returning to the show this week, our guest Vinnie Tortorich, will give us a behind-the-scenes look at what really goes on in the broadcasting world, and how the life of a celebrity is often not what it seems.