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Want to know what the secret is to aging well? To live with quantity AND quality of life? To live independently, with vitality, vigour, energy, enthusiasm and complete love for your life? Well, there are hundreds of “secrets”, you can have both quantity and quality, and on 100 Not Out Dr Damian Kristof and wellness coach Marcus Pearce interview the people that are living their lives with all of the above.
 
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What does the science say about what hormones contribute to longevity? More specifically, this topic comes from 100 Not Out listener Pritesh – Morning fellas… got another question for ya… The inner Geek is asking. “Please explain the biochemical science involved in Longevity? What hormones/chemicals in our human body promote Longevity and how do we…
 
Amongst Netflix, Stan, Apple TV, Binge, Kayo, Disney + and more, we have more choice than ever in what we choose to watch on TV. With so many Australians having experienced lockdown lately, we lighten the load on 100 Not Out and talk about what we’ve been watching, reading and learning lately. What is it about some movies or series that make us lau…
 
In 2020, on February 29, the lives of Matty and Bianca Adkins and their two children Frankie and Banjo would change forever. At age 39, Matty Adkins was diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease. Life’s plans and big dreams were instantly altered … but not in the way you might think. Whilst much of society paints a story of misery for those with MND, Bi…
 
Is diversity dead? With so much commentary on right and wrong at the moment, what about the messy middle? And this doesn’t just relate to social commentary. What about biodiversity and the role it plays in human health? This conversation has been stimulated by our listener, Pritesh. Thanks for your question Pritesh! If you have a question you’l lik…
 
Today’s conversation stems from a question from a loyal listener of the podcast, Pete. “Righto boys – I have a question. And not surprising it has to do with teenagers. I’m really concerned about the long-term impact covid, news saturation and lockdowns will have on the mental health of teenagers. We know from research (don’t ask me to site that re…
 
Birthdays with a zero get both a good and bad wrap – it really depends who you ask. When 100 Not first began, Damo was 39 and unsure how he felt about turning 40. 437 episodes later, it’s Marcus’s turn to hit the big 4-0. For some, birthdays with a 0 are times for serious reflection and projection. For others, they are just another day. On this epi…
 
The country this week is equally mourning the loss of and celebrating the list of Australia’s oldest man, Dexter Kruger. We were fortunate to interview Dexter twice on 100 Not Out. The first time was in 2013 on episode 17 and the second came on episode 252 alongside his friend and writing aid, Janet Rowlings. Dexter broke a number of guidelines or …
 
Heather Lee is a fan favourite on 100 Not Out. In her mid 90s, the NSW Senior Australian of the Year and OAM is the fastest walker on the planet in her age group. Multiple world records from distances as short as 1500m all the way up to 10,000 metres. And the speed? Think 8 minute ks!! Heather Lee just does not stop walking and she definitely won’t…
 
There are times in life where our identity can change overnight. Having a baby, starting a business, changings jobs, getting divorced, or retiring can all bring with them major “who am I?” moments. On this episode we answer the question sent to us by 100 Not Out listener Pritesh. His question is around the perceived identity crisis his parents are …
 
When is the best time of the day to enjoy a coffee? The bulletproof phenomenon has seen many people start their day with a coffee. Whilst others use coffee as a stimulant to get them through the day. Some are unable to metabolise caffeine well at all, whereas some can drink coffee and feel little difference. So, what is the best way to consume coff…
 
With almost every state in lockdown or restrictions of some kind, we have a happy – hilarious – chat on 100 Not Out today. From reviewing our reviews, arguing over whether cats are better than dogs, and identifying where the line is when friends come over to visit? If you’re up for a laugh amidst all of this seemingly negative talk, get ready for a…
 
In all of our research an active and masterful social life is a key ingredient to not just longevity, but having a lot of fun! On this episode we discuss the awkward event that saw one of Damian’s friends leave a conversation shortly after Damian had said something. This was a digital chat – a WhatsApp group – and the “leaving the conversation” act…
 
What if doing what you love really was the best medicine? On episode 13 of 100 Not Out we touched on this topic with Dr Marc Cohen. Today we dedicate an entire episode on it – centred around Damo’s love of golf and how good it is for his mental, physical, emotional and social wellbeing. What do you have in your life that recharges you on so many le…
 
How many charitable causes are you contributing to? Do you find it hard to say no? How do you know which ones to choose and which ones to avoid? On this episode we share the stats behind why we can get so overwhelmed with charitable causes. It seems everyone we know is giving to a very worthy cause … but how many causes is too many? Photo by Britis…
 
In this incredibly vulnerable episode of 100 Not Out, Damo shares his struggles of experiencing Melbourne’s 4th lockdown. On the verge of losing his grandmother, unable to work or help his practice members, Damo shares in this episode what he does to maintain mental wellness during tough times. Photo by Finn on Unsplash The post 100NO 428: Damo’s V…
 
Are you an introvert or an extrovert? Or a mix? How do you know? And what impact has COVID had on our social muscle? On this episode we discuss analogies for introverts and extroverts and share the ways in which we like to socialise – and not. Given that the most graceful agers on the planet are great socialisers, this may be one of the more import…
 
On the back of last week’s interview with centenarian Isabel Wallace, we talk about the importance of finding purpose in life. At any age, how vital is it to know what gets you out of bed each day? For Isabel Wallace, it was getting up for breakfast! And then it was the joy in seeing her family. What gets you out of bed each day? And how does it ch…
 
Damian’s grandmother by marriage is the incredible Isabel Wallace. Born in 1920, Isabel has lived through wars, fallen in love, relocated numerous times, grieved, celebrated and experienced most things in life. As we celebrate Mother’s Day on 100 Not Out, we ask Isabel – mother of two, grandmother of 4 and great-grandmother of 9 – what it takes to …
 
The big decisions in the life are the most powerful ones. All the graceful agers we have interviewed on 100 Not Out have reached forks in their life where they were faced with challenge and a tough decision to make. All of them forged ahead with courage. Where does that courage come from? And how do we go about making these decisions – no matter ho…
 
Longevity in Australia is all but guaranteed. Barring an acute trauma – accident, homicide, etc – Australians are one of the longest-lived countries on planet Earth. With that in mind, how do we actually cultivate an exceptional life? As the release of Marcus’s book Your Exceptional Life draws closer, MP and Damo discuss the importance of friendshi…
 
Damian had a practice member walk in recently who had been advised by a medical practitioner not to see a chiropractor. For obvious reasons this frustrated Damo and also confused the practice member. On this episode, we discuss the philosophy of knowing when to see a medical professional and when to see a natural health practitioner. This is a phil…
 
On this episode we discuss whether we have become so used to saying “where’s the research” or “the evidence” that we’ve lost the art of independent thinking. We discuss the importance of all factors of life containing an art, a science and a philosophy – and that no one is more important than the other. With science threatening to overtake the conv…
 
Many people today know Pam Brook as the co-founder of Brookfarm …. a family based food company based in Byron Bay, New South Wales. Together with her husband, Martin Brook, she has transformed a rundown, weed-infested dairy farm into a spectacularly beautiful patch of land that follows regenerative farming practices and produces premium nationally …
 
Get ready for a fire-cracking conversation with our dear friend, Guy Lawrence. Guy enters rare air as one of the few guests to make a second appearance on 100 Not Out! You can find his first appearance on episode 262. On today’s episode we discuss a recent question that’s come up with a number of listeners: and that being the connection between str…
 
After eight years of 100 Not out, one could argue we’ve covered all we need to on the subject of gracefully ageing. But we feel like we’re only just beginning. The question that so often nags us and keeps us keeping on is the conundrum that some people improve their lives and others don’t. Why do many diabetics continue to consume sugar? Why do man…
 
We’re celebrating our eighth birthday of 100 Not Out by asking what the golden nugget of wisdom we have learnt is over 416 episodes. From Australia’s oldest man to Holocaust survivors, marathon runners to vegans and raw-food devotees, we’ve interviewed a diverse group of graceful agers. What is the single most important lesson we have learnt? The a…
 
It’s a wonderful feeling to make it official – on the eve of our 8th birthday next week, we can confirm our 2021 Longevity Experience will be on home soil this year – in the exquisite Byron Bay. You’re invited to join us from May 16-22 in longevity paradise – simply listen to this episode and if you’re determined to join us, apply at the website – …
 
The news cycle over the last 12 months has become smaller and smaller. Gone are the days of reading the news once a day and feeling up to speed with the goings on of the country or the planet. Today, the news cycle is arguably down to one minute. What you know to be true now will be different in a minute from now. With COVID19 dominating the headli…
 
Today we have a curly conversation about the benefits of organic versus homegrown and local non-organic. Whilst it’s not as cut and dried as one might hope, this conversation does ponder the ramifications of some of our purchasing decisions. In fact, if you haven’t been keeping a close eye on the supermarket shelves, the ingredients list, or the co…
 
Damian and Marcus are back together in the flesh for the first time in over 12 months. The feeling of warmth and excitement is palpable. Marcus is impressed at how well Damian is living, and grills him on how he’s doing it. The answer? “I’m just living the information”. To find out how Damo is mastering the art of ageing well, tune in to this episo…
 
Most of us don’t like change, let alone reinvention. However, so many of our guests and the most incredibly graceful agers have gone through a reinvention process a number of times over. Damian and Marcus discuss their own reinventions on this episode – Damian as a naturopath becoming a chiropractor and cereal manufacturer. Marcus as a journalist a…
 
Given that we aren’t allowed to leave the country, it seems to us that Australians are falling in love with the country again. With a boom in domestic travel and a currently great COVID position, many of us are travelling to local destinations we have previously never heard of or thought we’d never get to. It’s no longer Bali, New Zealand, Paris, R…
 
After a year when many weren’t able to leave their houses, what does movement look like in 2021? We are doing 60 push ups each day – a simple goal – not too complicated – and with a small group of accountability. On this episode we discuss the importance of keeping movement simple – and finding a small group of like-minded people to keep you accoun…
 
It seems unimportant and border on the ridiculous – but in this incredibly powerful episode of 100 Not Out we discuss the big issue that no one is facing on planet earth at the moment – passenger etiquette! Yes, a little tongue-in-cheek at the fact this will not make or break your life, our take on the correct and incorrect way to behave as a passe…
 
After a year where nothing seemed certain except uncertainty, how do we navigate the process of crafting an incredible 2021? On this episode, we share our experiences with goal setting, especially as it relates to 2021. There’s no one way to set goals, but there is one powerful insight that we both share. What is it? You’ll just have to tune in Wis…
 
Every year we do it – chat about what to look out for in a number of wellness components in the year ahead. From diet and exercise, to superfoods and supplements. Is keto going to continue on in 2021? What else is coming up strong? What will see become the most popular way to exercise? And what supplements and superfoods will we see more of on the …
 
Our dear friend Kim Morrison returns to 100 Not Out after far too long (she last featured on episode 24! 100NO 24: Kim Morrison: 45 and Flying!) Today, we’re discussing personalities. If you’re alive you’ve had a personality clash with someone. And over the Christmas period, they can come up out of nowhere! Be prepared, be very prepared, and if you…
 
If you’re hoping Damian Kristof is about to give you the most nutritious Christmas menu ever, then think again. But … you’ll be gifted the soul nourisment that Damo’s love for good food can provide. On this episode Damo shares his Christmas bircher recipe. And he also shares his ideal lunch, dessert and Boxing Day breakfast. If you’re hungry, your …
 
It may not happen every year, but it’s bound to happen at least once in your lifetime. You’re hosting a Christmas meal and you have a guest(s) attending who you’re not at all comfortable with. It could be a family grudge, a lack of warmth, or simply the fact that you know they don’t want to be there. Never fear, our five-step plan is here. We’ll ta…
 
Does Christmas bring out the best or worst in you? Or perhaps both! For some (maybe many), Christmas is a time of stress. Financial stress, family stress, physical stress (way more food and way less movement), social stress (how many parties can you have) and even spiritual stress. On this episode we discuss a variety of these stresses, and Damian …
 
Dr Nick Fuller has a PhD in obesity treatment, a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Movement and a Masters in nutrition and dietetics. Currently based at The University of Sydney, Dr Fuller has been featured across Australia’s mainstream media (check this out with Karl Stefanovic), Dr Fuller was also awarded People’s Choice Award at the University of Sydne…
 
As we celebrate 400 episodes of 100 Not Out we discuss a selection of the wisdom we’ve learned from Damian Kristof. From poo, to foods we crave that begin with c and end with e (think chocolate, cake, carbohydrate and more), to the trends he’s nailed, the insights on stress and so much more. Happy Birthday to us, and happy 47th to Damo! Thank you f…
 
Trav Bell is The Worldʼs #1 Bucket List Expert. He is a self-appointed ʻBucket Listologistʼ, helping people live their Bucket List before it’s too late! Trav’s unique life-engagement message wakes people up, stops ground-hog days & engages people to seek more fulfilment. He is author of the soon to be released book book, The M.Y.B.U.C.K.E.T.L.I.S.T…
 
There is a strong link between COVID19 and Type 2 Diabetes, and you won’t see it any of the headlines. Rather than lifestyle being communicated as a key factor in COVID19, we are told to be afraid and that being diagnosed with it is down to luck. On this episode, chiropractor Dr Marcus Yeo joins us to discuss the often overlooked and inconvenient t…
 
Melbourne’s out of lockdown and Damo’s about to celebrate 47 years on planet Earth! November is a great time to reflect on the year and look ahead to the year ahead. Birthdays are also a great time to reflect and project, and we discuss the different ways people do it. Photo by Adi Goldstein on Unsplash The post 100NO 397: The different ways we cel…
 
Jean Kittson is an author, public speaker, actor, comedian, and scriptwriter for stage, television, theatre and radio. Many of our viewers and listeners will remember Jean from her time making us laugh on The Big Gig on the ABC. She’s also been featured regularly on Good News Week, The Glasshouse and The Einstein Factor.[2] She has been a regular g…
 
To say the mental health and stress cost of COVID 19 is reaching gargantuan proportions is still a massive understatement. On the back of young sportswoman Jacinda Barclay losing her battle with mental health, we discuss the signs to look for in ourselves and others as stress begins. Being able to identify and ACT when anxiety or guilt strikes inst…
 
Do you get triggered easily? We’ve observed over nearly eight years of 100 Not Out that certain episodes – certain guests – have said things which we either haven’t agreed with, or downright weren’t expecting them to say. We share specific examples on this episode and would love to know what you’ve learnt the hard way along the way, by first reject…
 
Marcus is almost a first-time author, with his book Exceptional in the closing stages of editing before going to print. A number of edits have been made, one of which is the amount of times the word ‘mediocre’ is used. Some in society define mediocre as simple. Others define it as sub-par or below average. On this episode, we discuss the word ‘medi…
 
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