Episode 146 |

The Antidote for Anxiety and Panic Attacks with Andrea Petersen

When those of us who don’t suffer from anxiety or panic attacks hear about others having them, it’s easy to minimize the experience. We might think a panic attack just feels like a few minutes of extreme stress, which we’ve all been through! In fact, a true panic attack can be far more intense. Imagine being fine one moment and completely disoriented the next. Picture having difficulty breathing and intense vision distortions. Your heart is pounding, you’re covered in sweat, and you’re terrified that you’re literally dying.Andrea Petersen is here to explore the world of anxiety disorders and panic attacks. Regardless of whether you have anxiety yourself or just know someone else who does, this insightful episode will be very helpful. Andrea is here to report on psychology, health, and neuroscience. She also received the Rosalynn Carter Fellowship for Mental Health Journalism.

Episode 144 |

Achieve Net-Zero Aging with Dr. Eric Braverman

You’re only as young as your oldest part. This is why it’s vitally important to ensure that all of your body is functioning at  optimum levels instead of focusing on just one organ or system. This extends all the way from the obvious systems, such as the digestive and coronary systems, to the less-obviously important parts of the body, which includes surprising parts like the nose. Thankfully, it’s becoming increasingly possible to reduce and even eliminate the functions of aging.Dr. Eric Braverman joins me today to talk about achieving net-zero aging through technology, supplementation, and behavioral changes. He’s a physician and researcher as well as the author of many books, most notably The Edge Effect, Younger You, and Younger Brain, Sharper Mind. He’s also the director of the PATH Medical Center and the PATH Foundation. In our conversation, we’ll geek out about collagen repair, cryotherapy, myelination, stem cell therapy, and much more. If you want to stop aging and live your best, longest life, this is the episode for you!

Episode 137 |

Kicking Your Sugar Habit with JJ Virgin

Take a moment to guess what the #1 recreational drug in the world is. Marijuana? Cocaine? Opiates or opioids? Perhaps surprisingly, it’s sugar. That may sound harsh, but when you think about it, it makes sense. Many of us are addicted to it and if you don’t think you are, try going cold turkey for a while!. It’s also much more harmful than many of us realize. For example, if your blood sugar is regularly just 10 points over where it should be, you have five times the risk of developing dementia.In this episode, you’ll learn more about this problematic addiction to sugar (as well as what you can do about it) with celebrity nutrition expert JJ Virgin. JJ is the person who people go to when they’re ready to finally lose weight and transform their health and lives. She’s a prominent TV and media personality, an experienced speaker, and a four-time New York Times bestselling author. Tune in to learn how to drop sugar, change your life, and feel better than you ever imagined! I can personally attest to how much difference it makes when you (mostly) quit sugar, so I can’t recommend this episode highly enough.

Episode 135 |

Tap into the Power of Reconnective Healing with Dr. Eric Pearl and Jillian Fleer

For most of my adult life, I believed that healing had to be a hands-on practice rooted in Western medicine. It wasn’t until I was touched by a Oneness monk in India and had a life-transforming awakening, that I understood the spiritual aspect of healing. Now, I want to go one step further. I want to give you insight into a kind of healing that doesn’t even involve touching: reconnective healing. It might sound hard to believe, but all I ask is that you listen with an open mind and an open heart.This is such a special episode that I have two guests instead of just one! Dr. Eric Pearl is a pioneer in the field of energy healing, and the author of The Reconnection: Heal Others, Heal Yourself. The book has become an international bestseller and is now available in 40 languages. Jillian Fleer is Dr. Pearl’s co-instructor for their various programs. Together, they’ll explain how reconnective healing works, why it doesn’t require training or rules, and how much it’s backed by science.

Episode 132 |

Hacking Your EMF Exposure for Improved Health and Longevity with Brian Hoyer

Let’s start things off with a few questions. Do you ever keep your phone in your pocket for convenience? Do you talk with it against your face? Maybe most importantly: have you ever noticed the ultra-fine-print disclaimer in cell phone manuals that says to keep your phone a certain distance away from your body? The reason these questions matter is because having your phone too close to your body exposes you to electromagnetic fields, or EMFs. Even if you’re already aware of EMFs and choose to use Bluetooth instead, you may still have a problem.A few weeks ago, Luke Storey mentioned EMFs in our conversation on this podcast. We only got a few minutes to talk about them, though, and I want to make sure you get the whole picture! Brian Hoyer joins me today for an in-depth discussion on EMFs and their health effects. Brian uses EMF shielding as a primary tool in his wellness practice, and has toured the country doing workshops. In our conversation, he’ll explain what EMFs are, why they’re such a problem, and how you can take steps to reduce exposure and heal yourself.