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Paul Conti, M.D.: trauma, suicide, community, and self-compassion (EP.15)

“We run away from our problems, and we don’t even know what our problems are.” —Paul Conti

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Robert Lustig, M.D., M.S.L.: fructose, processed food, NAFLD, and changing the food system (EP.14)

“Neurons like to be tickled, not bludgeoned.” —Rob Lustig

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Brett Kotlus, M.D.: How to look younger while we live longer (EP.13)

“Using these powerful basics, I’ve seen amazing changes.” —Brett Kotlus, referring to the 3 simple tools people can utilize to protect and rejuvenate their skin

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Corey McCarthy: Overcoming trauma, dealing with shame, finding meaning, changing the self-narrative, redemption, and the importance of gratitude (EP.12)

“Some really important things for me in life are gratitude and humility.” —Corey McCarthy

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AMA #2: the Nothingburger — results from Peter’s week-long fast between two weeks of nutritional ketosis — and answering questions on all things fasting (EP.11)

“Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted.” —William Bruce Cameron

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Matt Kaeberlein, Ph.D.: rapamycin and dogs — man’s best friends? — living longer, healthier lives and turning back the clock on aging and age-related diseases (EP.10)

“I believe that rigorously demonstrating that we can increase healthspan and lifespan in pet dogs will be a huge step toward gaining the support and credibility that the field needs.” —Matt Kaeberlein

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David Sabatini, M.D., Ph.D.: rapamycin and the discovery of mTOR — the nexus of aging and longevity? (EP.09)

“It’s the happenstance of science that makes it interesting.” —David Sabatini

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Tom Bilyeu: nutrition, fasting, meditation, mindset, immortality, and the secret formula of fulfillment (EP.08)

“When I’m at my most honest, I love helping with the body…but helping with the mind is what I’m meant to do.” —Tom Bilyeu

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Deep Dive: Lp(a) — what every doctor, and the 10-20% of the population at risk, needs to know (EP.07)

“Elevated Lp(a) may have conferred a survival advantage for most of human history: a better ability to deal with acute trauma, but possibly at the expense of poor handling of chronic damage. In today’s environment, for many people, that’s not an advantage.” —Peter Attia

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D.A. Wallach: music, medicine, longevity, and disruptive technologies (EP.06)

“The way that anything looks before we understand it is pretty imposing . . . when we have breakthroughs, they feel like an enormous relief, because something that seemed really complicated becomes really simple.” —D.A. Wallach

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Dom D’Agostino, Ph.D.: ketosis, n=1, exogenous ketones, HBOT, seizures, and cancer (EP.05)

“I immerse myself in what I’m doing…that’s how we learn.” —Dom D’Agostino

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AMA #1: alcohol, best lab tests, wearables, finding the right doc, racing, and more (EP.04)

“I feel the need…the need for speed.” —Maverick and Goose

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Ron Krauss, M.D.: a deep dive into heart disease (EP.03)

“Anybody interested in this field should probably understand the origins.” —Ron Krauss

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