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Curious athlete who demands answers. Husband to Susan (moxiemoms.com). Father of 3 daughters. Athletic pursuits over time, in reverse order: cycling, skiing, mountaineering, rock climbing, triathlon, golf, tennis, football.

#135 | What’s your Healthy Fat %? | Vyvyane Loh MD

the level of body fatness that is unhealthy varies dramatically between people because the location of the fat is what matters. Some people have a very low threshold for fatness before they start to experience metabolic problems that are associated with obesity including higher rates of Cancer, t2d, and CVD.  So what is my threshold for unhealthy fat? What is yours?

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#134 | Testosterone Envy & Longevity | Rick Cohen MD

let’s talk to Dr Rick Cohen about discovering your own path to boosting testosterone to feel better and stronger as a man and an athlete…

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#133 | Higher VO2Max via Postbiotic Metabolites | Ross Pelton, R.PH, Ph.D., CCN

A healthy gut produces post biotic metabolites such as SCFA (short chain fatty acids) that the body relies upon. These postbiotics are available in supplement form for those wise athletes who are still working on optimizing their gut. Improved vo2max and higher lactate thresholds may await you.

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#132 | Measuring Metabolism | Hari Mix PhD of Calorify

Everybody knows exercise is good for us but why? And why doesn’t my food tracker work even when I weigh my food and use a power meter and heart rate monitor to track energy usage? Do I really have to step on a scale everyday to know if I am eating too much? And how can I tell if I’m eating too little to build muscle and to avoid bone and immune function issues down the road?

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#131 | Winning with Supplements | Jeff Gladd, MD

Today on episode 131 I am interviewing Dr Jeff Gladd who is a medical doctor with his own clinic and the chief medical officer of Fullscript, a nutritional supplement fulfillment service serving over 6 million patients through over 100,000 healthcare providers. 

Jeff knows the ins and outs of the nutritional supplement business, and he shares his tips for how to find brands and to source product that provides the best chance of having the purity and potency you and I seek.  
After this interview, I am no longer buying from Amazon as I have done for years. It’s time for me to make sure I am getting the purity and potency I need.

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#130 | Protecting Lung Health | MeiLan K. Han MD

Today I am joined by MeiLan K. Han, MD, a pulmonologist and the Chief of Pulmonary and Critical Care at the University of Michigan, and a national spokesperson for the American Lung Association. Dr Han is also the author of Breathing Lessons … a rallying cry for lung health.

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#129 | Optimal Human & Bone Health | Dr Doug Lucas DO

Today I am joined by Dr Doug Lucas, a double board certified physician specializing in optimizing healthspan and bone health…with success in reversing chronic diseases like osteoporosis and diabetes while improving energy, performance and vitality

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#128 | Mitochondrial Power-up w/Methylene Blue | Scott Sherr MD

Mitochondria are the powerhouse of the cell, as we learned in high school biology. What’s emerging from science more recently is how unhealthy mitochondria are at the heart of many diseases, and even shows up in our daily lives as feeling chronically fatigued or having brain fog.

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#127 | How to get Great Bones | Dr Keith McCormick

Learn how to avoid “bad bones” that come for women and men who don’t understand the life cycle of bone, who don’t realize the role nutrition plays in bone health, who don’t know what can happen to bone even when they think they’re doing “everything right.” Learn how to get and keep “Great Bones”.

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#126 | Precision Medicine via AI Health Simulations | Nathan Price PhD of Thorne HealthTech

Nathan Price (and his co-author Leroy Hood) argue that we must move beyond this reactive, hit-or-miss approach to usher in real precision health―a form of highly personalized care they call “scientific wellness.” Using information from our blood and genes and tapping into the data revolution made possible by AI, doctors can catch the onset of disease years before symptoms arise, revolutionizing prevention.

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