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Navdeep Chandel, Ph.D.: metabolism, mitochondria, and metformin in health and disease (EP.31)

“I pay more attention today to stress than anything else.” —Nav Chandel

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Thomas Seyfried, Ph.D.: Controversial discussion—cancer as a mitochondrial metabolic disease? (EP.30)

“The standard of care should never have been written in granite. It should be flexible. If you have something else that comes along that might be better, you’d think there would be enthusiasm.” —Tom Seyfried

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Apolo Anton Ohno: 8-time Olympic medalist – extreme training, discipline, pursuing perfection, and responding to adversity (EP.29)

“I loved to do stuff that people thought was completely obscene and crazy . . . my races were won before I got to the start line . . . they just knew that I was completely off my rocker. I was not in the same headspace as them.” —Apolo Ohno

Exercise

Glute Activation Series

My pre-workout glute activation routine.

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Mark and Chris Bell: steroids, powerlifting, addiction, diet, training, helping others, documentaries, and living your best life (EP.28)

“If you’re not challenging yourself, you’re missing out on the big piece of the puzzle, because you’re never going to get the results you’re looking for.” —Mark Bell

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David Sinclair, Ph.D.: Slowing aging – sirtuins, NAD, and the epigenetics of aging (EP.27)

“This is a lesson for anyone who’s listening who thinks that getting to somewhere like this is easy. You have to be massively determined, you have to have grit, and I just wouldn’t give up because there’s nothing else I want to do in my life.” —David Sinclair

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AMA #3: supplements, women’s health, patient care, and more (EP.26)

“In case you haven’t guessed yet, there’s been a lot of drug traffic on the beach. And I’m not talking about Robitussin and No-Doze. I’m talking about the hard stuff, and a lot of it. I’ve been trying to find out who’s behind it. It hasn’t been easy. I don’t shower much.” —Irwin M. Fletcher

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Scott Harrison: transformation, finding meaning, and taking on the global water crisis (EP.25)

‘I’m going to fight for clean water and be potentially the most effective doctor that the world has ever seen, if I can get hundreds of millions of people the most basic need for health.’ —Scott Harrison

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Tom Dayspring, M.D., FACP, FNLA – Part V of V: Lp(a), inflammation, oxLDL, remnants, and more (EP.24)

“Use the correct terminology with everything.” –Tom Dayspring

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Tom Dayspring, M.D., FACP, FNLA – Part IV of V: statins, ezetimibe, PCSK9 inhibitors, niacin, cholesterol and the brain (EP.23)

“This is what it ultimately comes down to – and it’s the way you practice – you’ve got to individualize everything.” –Tom Dayspring

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Tom Dayspring, M.D., FACP, FNLA – Part III of V: HDL, reverse cholesterol transport, CETP inhibitors, and apolipoproteins (EP.22)

“Here’s something that’s going to shock you: in an average person, anywhere from 30 to 60 percent of the cholesterol in that LDL particle arrived via an HDL particle.” –Tom Dayspring

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Tom Dayspring, M.D., FACP, FNLA – Part II of V: Lipid metrics, lipid measurements, and cholesterol regulation (EP.21)

“If you learn nothing else today, the first thing is, lipids, for the most part, go nowhere in the human body unless they’re a passenger inside a lipoprotein.” –Tom Dayspring

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Tom Dayspring, M.D., FACP, FNLA – Part I of V: an introduction to lipidology (EP.20)

“Illustrating things made me understand . . .  I just learned by illustrating.” –Tom Dayspring

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