Remember when the Diamond Princess cruise ship was docked with a literal boatload of people getting infected with coronavirus? That gave MIT scientist Lee Weinstein clues as to how this virus, obviously airborne, was getting to people who were closed off in their cabins. Lee is my guest today, a brilliant guy I first encountered when I researched the connection between sleep and TMJ disorders and discovered the biofeedback headband he invented which trains people out of clenching and grinding their teeth in their sleep. Lee has been awarded over…

My guest today, Aaron Alexander, is a bodyworker and trainer who has worked with top athletes and celebrities, and everyone in between. After working with clients and spending years traveling around the world, being immersed in various cultures, he has built a practice focusing on working with his clients to utilize each moment as an opportunity to move their body, strengthen their mind, and live holistically.  In his book and his program of the same name, The Align Method, Aaron teaches people that your body is not the problem—what you…

We all have stressors that we deal with in life, but it’s pretty rare to have a situation where the whole world simultaneously is in a state of stress. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, we all have concerns about our health and the health of our loved ones, but also about our economic well-being and the state of the world as a whole.  My guest today, Sachin Patel is most notably a father, husband, philanthropist, functional medicine practice success coach, international speaker, and author. "A resilient nervous system is the…

The things that trigger pain and discomfort in our bodies are sometimes quite clear, and other times vague and terribly frustrating, because traumas can go as far back as childbirth and even in utero. My guest today,Dr. Barry Gillespie is the creator of Craniosacral Fascial Therapy, or CFT. CFT is a merging of both craniosacral therapy and fascial release work, and it works on the Craniosacral Fascial System, which can become tight or restricted due to past injuries and trauma. This is an emerging field, and a really fascinating one.…

Sadly, we don’t have a healthcare system, we have a sick care system. Health issues have gone off the charts in the western world and much of it is preventable. Diseases like IBS, celiac disease, hypertension, diabetes, and more have underlying causes that are rampant in our society. And you’re about to learn all about it, and it may just save your life or the life of someone you love.  My guest today is Dr. William Davis. Dr. Davis is a cardiologist and author of the New York Times #1…

Healthcare, disease prevention and coping with viral outbreaks are concerns on everyone’s mind as we approach almost half a year of this global COVID-19 pandemic. Daniel Kraft is a Stanford & Harvard trained physician-scientist and innovator. He is the Chair of Medicine for Singularity University, and Founder and Chair of Exponential Medicine, a program that explores the convergence of technology and its potential to reshape healthcare.  "We are a society that waits to be sick before we take action. We don't practice healthcare, we practice sick care, and that should…

Humans have come a long way over the last 200,000 years. But, with all the genetic and environmental factors impacting our health, including the coronavirus that’s engulfed the planet, it can feel like no matter how well we eat and how regularly we exercise, we still have relatively little control over our life expectancy. My guest today, the incredibly smart Dr. David Karow, is trying to change all that. Dr. Karow is President and Chief Innovation Officer at Human Longevity Inc. and an expert in advanced genomic analytics and magnetic…

The new salutation seems to be ‘hope you're staying safe during these crazy times.’ It's trite and it's meaningless. Do not just throw around platitudes like this when so many of us are scared and lost. Instead, be a beacon of light for people. In other words, help them be smart, safe, and proactive. When connecting with someone, ask them if they have a thermometer and a pulse oximeter on hand. Make sure they know how to use it, that they're checking to see if their blood oxygen level doesn't…

The inspiration for me starting this podcast was really my fascination with biohacking and personal optimization - merging the world of science with the spiritual and cognitive experience. When you hear about the tech that today's guest Scott Donnell is going to speak with us about, you're going to feel like you've stepped into a Star Trek episode.  I met Scott during a dinner at the Genius Network annual event back in November, and I was so impressed with some of the projects he was working on. I knew I…

It has become commonplace to talk about being "triggered." While becoming part of the lexicon, this concept is more than just a buzzword. Acknowledging these emotional triggers provides a greater awareness of how our past can continue to affect us. PTSD, post-traumatic stress disorder, doesn’t just affect war heroes and first responders. We’ve all suffered trauma in our childhood, especially if you use the definition of trauma being anything less than nurturing, which I learned from previous guest, Brent Charleton. Traumatic experiences can alter our emotional responses and create problematic…

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