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The editors of The Christian Science Monitor take you beyond the headlines with the ideas driving progress in this 15-minute news briefing. The Monitor Daily Podcast is available each Monday through Friday at 6 pm ET. For more information on the Daily or The Christian Science Monitor, visit csmonitor.com. Send your comments, suggestions or thoughts to podcast@csmonitor.com.
 
Free fitness, nutrition, biohacking, fat loss, anti-aging and cutting-edge health advice from BenGreenfieldFitness.com! Tune in to the latest research, interviews with exercise, diet and medical professionals, and an entertaining mash-up of ancestral wisdom and modern science, along with Q&A's and mind-body-spirit optimizing content from America's top personal trainer.
 
What happens when what you think is true doesn’t line up with reality? We call that a perception gap, and it can lead to damaging misconceptions about society’s most pressing issues. In this podcast, we explore the spaces where our perceptions don’t reflect the truth of the world around us – and in doing so look for solutions and common ground. Hosted by The Christian Science Monitor’s Samantha Laine Perfas.
 
Washington journalists from print, wire services, and broadcast media discuss the top news stories of the week. Drawing on their contacts and sources at the White House, Capitol Hill and elsewhere, our panel of journalists provide unique insights and analysis that go beyond the headlines and give listeners the "inside" story on what they see and hear in the news. Subscribe to a Podcast of the show Broadcast Schedule Issues in the News is broadcast on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. You can a ...
 
Cybersecurity is not just computers and digital processes. Whether it's the threat or the response, the most important, and most interesting, part of the story is the people behind the keyboard. That’s why we’re launching The Cybersecurity Podcast, a monthly program featuring key leaders and thinkers in this space. Our half-hour podcast will go beyond the headlines to discuss some of the most pressing issues and newest ideas in cybersecurity.
 
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A journalist interviewed hundreds of people across the US about their life during COVID-19. The most common quality she saw among them: resilience. Also, today’s stories: How can the internet build resilience; what can we expect from Biden’s EPA nominee; and why some seniors are rejecting lives of leisure. Join the Monitor's Noah Robertson and Sama…
 
bengreenfieldfitness.com/energyformula If there's anything people say they want more of these days...it's energy. The world around us continually requires more from us while we give less and less thought to our long-term health. This distracted and overwhelmed mindset has landed us squarely in survival mode, depriving us of the necessary steps to c…
 
It’s the ultimate in social distancing: Alone in a boat for 70 days on end. On Saturday, Jasmine Harrison became the youngest woman to row solo across the Atlantic. She hopes to flip the narrative on the pandemic by inspiring people to focus on what is possible, not what isn’t. Also: today’s stories, including the possibility of a third party in Am…
 
Denver had an idea: What if the city didn’t send police into situations for which they don’t have proper training? Sounds logical, right? Also: today’s stories, including putting people before politics in Venezuela, building international alliances on lasting values, and Baltimore’s controversial aerial surveillance program. Join the Monitor's Mark…
 
Acts of compassion continued to flow in Texas even when electricity, natural gas, and safe drinking water did not. Also, today’s stories: Biden’s high-wire act. French students turn to each other for support. Native Americans embrace ‘food sovereignty.’ Join the Monitor's Clay Collins and Molly Jackson for today's news. You can also visit csmonitor…
 
Hey, what's up. It's Ben Greenfield. You may have heard that I wrote a new book. It's free at fitsoulbook.com as a digital download. You can also get the physical version for next to nothing. I'm not making any money off this book. I'm just covering my shipping and handling and printing costs. I just want you to experience some of the things I've w…
 
bengreenfieldfitness.com/benandpaul For over 20 years, Paul Chek’s unique, holistic health approach to treatment and education has transformed the lives of countless men and women through programs like the P~P~S Success Mastery Program. He is a world-renowned expert at developing practical and effective methods for addressing all aspects of well-be…
 
Issues in the News moderator Shayna Estulin discusses the wide-ranging political fallout from former President Donald Trump’s second impeachment trial and challenges facing President Joe Biden as he urges Congress to swiftly pass his comprehensive Covid relief package, and much more with panelists Jonathan Broder, Contributing Editor at Congression…
 
Alex Trebek dressed sharp. Now his clothes will carry on his legacy. His family and “Jeopardy!” have donated much of his work wardrobe to The Doe Fund, a group that helps formerly homeless and incarcerated men rebuild their lives. Also: today’s stories, including the power grid in Texas, Jordan’s approach to protecting the vulnerable from the virus…
 
For millions of Texans, it’s been a week of unusual cold and darkness. It has also called forth the unquenchable warmth and enduring light of kindness and compassion. Also: today’s stories, including today’s Mars landing, challenges facing China’s Communist Party on its 100th birthday, and the 26 words that could define the future of social media. …
 
bengreenfieldfitness.com/jimfadiman I get tons of questions about microdosing - specifically, microdosing with psychedelics or plant medicines such as lithium, psilocybin, LSD, san pedro, DMT, ibogaine, and beyond. My guest on today's podcast, Jim Fadiman, PhD, has a host of information on microdosing psychedelics in both his books and also at Micr…
 
Organic life needs food. It needs light and heat. Or does it? Geologists were stunned to discover life at the bottom of a 2,900-foot-deep hole in the Antarctic ice shelf. Life has a way of surprising us. Also: today’s stories, including the resurgence of liberal Christianity, Colombia’s warm welcome to migrants, and an essay on taking a break from …
 
Infrastructure seems to matter only when it fails – as the people of Texas can attest today, in the face of power blackouts amid historic cold. From roads to school buildings to the energy grid, American infrastructure is overstretched. Why is this so hard to fix? Also: today’s stories, including a look at tech workers demanding a voice, the Kremli…
 
To download your free copy of Fit Soul, visit fitsoulbook.com Hey, what's up. It's Ben Greenfield. You may have heard that I wrote a new book. It's free at fitsoulbook.com as a digital download. You can also get the physical version for next to nothing. I'm just covering my shipping and handling and printing costs. I'm also recording the audio book…
 
Have a question you'd like Ben to answer on the podcast? Click here, or use the 'contact' button in the free Ben Greenfield Fitness app. News Flashes – Follow Ben on Twitter for more…11:30 New drug reverses age related mental decline *within days*! a proposal to give us patches that make us allergic to meat and smart drugs that make us want to have…
 
Issues in the News moderator Michael Williams discusses the top news stories of the week, including the historic second impeachment trial of former President Donald J. Trump which began with a film prepared by House impeachment managers that showed details of the January 6th attack on the U.S. Capitol, with panelists Emily Tamkin, U.S. editor for t…
 
“Nothing is ever really lost, or can be lost,” the poet Walt Whitman once wrote. Some headlines this week provided a ready reminder of that timeless observation. Also: today’s stories, including updates on the impeachment trial, why California’s pandemic response might lead to a recall, and how to keep faith that you’ll find love amid pandemic. Joi…
 
Henry Darby is famous for pulling all-nighters. The North Charleston High School principal stocks shelves at a South Carolina Walmart from 10 p.m. to 7 a.m. three nights a week – finishing just in time for school. Also: today’s stories, including why China may not be cheering Myanmar’s military takeover, a look at the security of the Capitol, and w…
 
bengreenfieldfitness.com/drivenbydoug I first met today's podcast guest at a private conference where he was teaching long range rifle shooting combined with meditation? Sound a bit weird and intriguing? I thought so. It turns out that my guest on today's show - Dr. Doug Brackman - has studied and worked with hundreds of entrepreneurs, pro-athletes…
 
bengreenfieldfitness.com/levels As I've mentioned many times before on podcasts, I've been using something called a "Continuous Glucose Monitor" (CGM) at various intervals throughout my life for about 4 years or so. Considering that, as I write about here, I consider glycemic variability (which is exactly what these CGM's track) and inflammation (w…
 
Issues in the News moderator Dan Raviv discusses the top news stories of the week, including US health officials say they are concerned about variants of COVID-19 and are working to speed up the vaccination process, with panelists Josh Glancy, Washington Bureau Chief for the Sunday Times, Abderrahim Foukara, Al Jazeera's Regional Director for the A…
 
I'll admit that I've never been a fan of the "juicing" and "cold-pressed juice" trend. Most of these popular juices are full of oodles of sugar that basically mainline fructose into your bloodstream with very little of the actual fiber and water you'd find in whole fruit. Most are extremely overpriced compared to what you could make at home, yet wh…
 
In this special episode of the podcast, recorded live at Ben's house in Spokane, Washington, Ra Optics founder and light/circadian rhythm expert Matt Maruca interviews Ben Greenfield. Ben takes you along his 8 year brick-and-mortar journey in the world of fitness and why he eventually switched into writing, speaking, consulting, and podcasting. He …
 
Issues in the News moderator Shayna Estulin discusses the top news stories of the week, including preparations for the Senate impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump and the significance of the many executive orders and policy directives coming from the Biden administration, with panelists Molly Ball, National Political Correspondent for…
 
bengreenfieldfitness.com/anahata2 In the podcast episode "Magic Chocolate, Holotropic Breathwork, Grounding, Earthing, Vortexes, Crystals & More With Shamangelic Healer Anahata Ananda.", I introduced you to my friend Anahata Ananda. Recently, I returned to Anahata's hometown of Sedona, along with my Kion Co-Founder, CEO and business partner Angelo …
 
Issues in the News moderator Dan Raviv, Columnist for Newsday along with panelists Tom DeFrank, Contributing Editor to the National Journal and Richard Latendresse, Correspondent for TVA Nouvelles discuss the inauguration of the 46th President of the United States, Joseph R. Biden, and the historic swearing in of the first woman and person of Afric…
 
bengreenfieldfitness.com/peakbrainpodcast Special Announcement: In the beginning of this episode, I describe how I got COVID and what I did about it. Enjoy! Back in 2017, I visited the Peak Brain Institute in Los Angeles, California for a special type of advanced brain scan and brain mapping system called a quantified electroencephalography, or “QE…
 
Even though it's pretty rare I scroll through many feeds on Instagram or elsewhere, I recently began following an interesting Instagram account. Titled "Ergogenic Health", it intrigued me with some very interesting content I hadn't seen before, including: -A commonly known special fruit that enhances the effects of psychedelics... -A simple free ac…
 
Moderator Michael Williams, contributor to CBS Radio in Washington, along with panelists Emily Tamkin, U.S. Editor for the New Statesman, and JJ Green, National Security Correspondent for WTOP and Host of Target USA, discuss the latest Issues in the News, including the historic second impeachment of President Trump by the U.S. House of Representati…
 
News Flashes – Follow Ben on Twitter for more… This just in: weed doesn't appear to make you stupid...02:05 but may impair short term memory...05:15 Wow: cannabis users TWICE as likely to experience erectile dysfunction...07:00 But have higher testosterone levels...09:30 Regular THC users were defined as those who use THC at least one time per mont…
 
River and Terran Greenfield are my twin 12 year old sons. They are unschooled, they are hyper-creative, they can survive in the wilderness with a knife, backpack and wool blanket, they know more kitchen and cooking tricks than most adults (and have an amazing cooking podcast), and they are generally crushing life. So in this very special episode, I…
 
Issues in the News moderator Dan Raviv, Columnist for Newsday with panelists Josh Glancy, Washington Bureau Chief for the Sunday Times and Ashraf Khalil, Washington, Metro Reporter for the Associated Press deliberate the latest top stories of the week including a mob of supporters of President Donald Trump stormed the U.S. Capitol as members of Con…
 
I first met Doug Wolkon when I was visiting Kauai and was convinced by big-wave surfer Laird Hamilton to go visit a favorite local farm of his called Kauai Farmacy. I was immediately blown away by the vast array of over 80 varieties of organic healing plants and food orchards... ...along with a team of incredibly knowledgeable herbalists and garden…
 
It's time for Part 3 of my monster podcast series with author Joel Greene, in which Joel hops on for an epic solosode to answer all your burning questions, including: How does "The Carnivore Code" affect Crohn's disease? Should you cook beans, or eat them raw? How much gelatin should you eat before bed or in the afternoon? If apple peel is the firs…
 
Issues in the News moderator, Shayna Estulin, Political and Foreign Affairs Correspondent and panelists Tom DeFrank, contributing Editor to the National Journal and Jonathan Broder, Contributing Editor at Congressional Quarterly deliberate the top stories of the week, including President Trump’s push for $2,000 for COVID-19 relief money for America…
 
News Flashes – Follow Ben on Twitter for more… This study found that a combination of colostrum and probiotics is more effective in preventing flu than vaccination! [06:25] And this study found colostrum alone at least 3 times more effective than vaccination to prevent flu and is very cost-effective [08:54] Interesting approach to a COVID vaccine..…
 
My two guests on today's show flew to my home in Spokane to train me and my wife Jessa in some very special forms of breath work training that they specialize in, particularly for couples and tantric sex, but also for trauma, emotional release and much more. Stefanos Sifandos describes himself as a relational alchemist, international speaker, and a…
 
Issues in the News moderator Michael Williams is joined by panelists Molly Ball, Political Correspondent for Time Magazine and Abderrahim Foukara, Al Jazeera's Regional Director for the Americas. They analyze the top stories of the week including U.S. Congress agrees on a $900 billion COVID -19 relief package to businesses, individuals, and resourc…
 
bengreenfieldfitness.com/shadeofgreen Let's face it: Christians don't seem to be very good environmentalists. We have been shockingly bad at using our Bibles and our brains when it comes to conservation and the environment. Unhinged environmentalism is not the answer, but neither are ignorance and apathy. It's time for something different, and my g…
 
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