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Uncommon methods for maximizing health and performance with an emphasis on real-world implementation of Heart Rate Variability and other biomarkers. From biohacking to quantified self, world class doctors, coaches and athletes cover the latest research (from the lab and field), and the methods and "tricks" that get the best results. Right out of the gate you can expect the President of the American Functional Medicine Association, leading HRV researchers, elite and Olympic-level sport scient ...
 
You want optimal health and wellness. To live longer. To slow or reverse aging. To reduce future disease risk, and to detect health issues early. Healthcare isn’t meeting these needs. They’ll be met by an emerging new sector. Bimonthly, Lee S Dryburgh hosts a pioneer for an in-depth discussion. Expect to hear about the latest products, services and technologies. For more information see https://podcast.hyperwellbeing.com/ SUBSCRIBE for new episodes every two weeks.
 
The data revolution has begun. The knowledge you will gain over your body, your health, your performance, will explode in the next 5 years. Empowering you to make better decisions about your body and get the results you’re looking for, instead of just guessing or following the latest opinion fad in health or fitness or anti-aging. The Quantified Body introduces you to the cutting edge in this trend – wearable devices, biomarkers, the latest lab tests, quantified self protocols, biohacking ta ...
 
We are three students at the Georgia Institute of Technology: Megen Wittling, Ann Johnson, and Jessie Morris. After taking a course called Health, Genes, and Society by Dr. Greg Gibson, we wanted to address some of these issues discussed in the course - personalized medicine and the field of quantified self. As our world enters a future with increased technology and information, we found it important to delve into the implications behind it and have created podcasts on several topics as a re ...
 
At the intersection of ideas and action, showcasing innovative insights from industry professionals around the world presented by Longitude.site fellows. Our episodes explore thought provoking stories on a series of core values that are essential in every career - ranging from creativity, motivation, and collaboration to many others.
 
We are Following Soulspiration – both by name and by our actions. The three of us started this podcast as a way to honor and record our quest to our ultimate goal – embodiment of self. We share our conversations, we share our evolution, and we share the journey and process, to find the capital T Truth of who we are. So much in life is about the destination. What even is that destination? Success? Happiness? Fulfillment? Or can it be quantified by “the marriage”, or “the family” or “the job”? ...
 
Rationally Speaking is the bi-weekly podcast of New York City Skeptics. Join host Julia Galef and guests as they explore the borderlands between reason and nonsense, likely from unlikely, and science from pseudoscience. Any topic is fair game as long as we can bring reason to bear upon it, with both a skeptical eye and a good dose of humor! We agree with the Marquis de Condorcet, who said that in an open society we ought to devote ourselves to "the tracking down of prejudices in the hiding p ...
 
Every week two friends search for meaning in life and show off a bit. Sometimes we know a lot about our topic and sometimes we work out how little we know. We always try and have fun. You might laugh, get a bit angry, a bit sad sometimes, agree, disagree, nod, shout at us. That sort of thing. Michael made all our music. Have a listen. Tell your friends. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Dr. Joon Yun is President and Managing Partner of Palo Alto Investors LP, a healthcare hedge fund founded in 1989. Board certified in radiology, Joon served on the clinical faculty at Stanford from 2000-2006. Joon has served on numerous boards, and he is currently a trustee of the Salk Institute. Joon is a member of the President's Circle of the Na…
 
Michael tracks a lot of different metrics. Like weight, work, mood and exercise. Ivanka uses the occasional tracking gadget. This week we get into the subject of the quantified self - why we do it, whether we do it, how to keep it up, what to do when it drops off, what we do with the data. Michael's made a few apps in this area - Happiness, Changes…
 
When you spend all day with a ticking clock in your peripheral vision, you become very conscious of time. This week we discuss our subjective sense of time, past and future, anxieties and dreams. We also talk about the scientific meaning of time in terms of entropy and the reason life exists. In all this, we keep bringing up Michael's new app Doneg…
 
Sound byte on resilience and the importance of being resilient in social entrepreneurship from Solyh Ahmad, program manager at Ashoka, Singapore. Presented by Bilge Arslan, Longitude fellow from Yale-NUS College. See transcript. If you like this episode, please subscribe to Longitude Sound Bytes, rate and review wherever you get your podcasts. You …
 
Sound byte about the importance of having passion and resilience for teachers especially during the COVID 19 pandemic from JB Makhani, school teacher at YES Prep Public School in Houston. Presented by Ecem Uluegeci, Longitude fellow from Harvard College. If you like this episode, please subscribe to Longitude Sound Bytes, rate and review wherever y…
 
Instant Classic. Dr. Ted Achacoso is a polymath, and lucky for us, he's on a path to reverse aging. His organization HOMe/HOPe aims "to be the hurricane that results from the flapping of a tiny butterfly’s wings, where the hurricane is the change in perspective away from disease and into health and the butterfly is HOMe/HOPe" In addition to bringin…
 
Ageing is pretty good in some ways. We talk about ageing gracefully versus disgracefully, learning new things or getting stuck in your ways, staying healthy - all that sort of thing. Try Donegood https://donegood.app Get Michael’s Apps https://goodtohear.co.uk Restaurants Brighton: https://restaurantsbrighton.co.uk ---- This Week's Links ---- [1] C…
 
Patrick Wanis has a practical approach to helping people grow. He's a human behavior expert, NLP practitioner, therapist and hypnotist. He works with television stars, corporations and he knows how to help you up-level your mind! In this return appearance on the Optimal Performance Podcast we cover: •How Patrick became a human behavior expert •How …
 
Sound byte on resilience and how listening can help build it in others from Lucas Sanchez, principal timpanist at the Palm Beach Symphony, the Florida Grand Opera and the Southwest Michigan Symphony Orchestra. Presented by Grayson Best, Longitude fellow from University of Texas in Austin. See transcript. If you like this episode, please subscribe t…
 
In this twentieth episode, Polina Mamoshina introduces recently launched Deep Longevity, and its app (young.ai). Read the transcript Biomarkers of aging are introduced. She explains that they have taken a superior approach by using deep learning instead of machine learning. Aging clocks in general are covered. Finally, she shares her view that tran…
 
The perfect mix of ancient wisdom and cutting edge science. Doreya Karim grew up learning about the power of design language and shapes having an influence over biological systems. Literally improving the health of whole cities through strategic placement of shapes on cell towers. MIND BLOWING STUFF. In this astounding conversation about the power …
 
What's the best way to come up with ideas? How do we choose which idea to pursue? Should we be protective of our ideas or should we tell everyone? What's the difference between an idea and the actual thing it ends up becoming? Why do we fall in love with ideas? Get Michael’s Apps https://goodtohear.co.uk Restaurants Brighton: https://restaurantsbri…
 
Sound byte on resilience and importance of a multi-dimensional and purposeful life from Fatmanur Erdogan, managing partner at IPPA Communications, Istanbul. Presented by Sarah Sowell, Longitude fellow from Rice University. See transcript. If you like this episode, please subscribe to Longitude Sound Bytes, rate and review wherever you get your podc…
 
Sound byte about resilience and how to quantify it in the workplace by Jason Harris, founder of ITOpenly. Presented by Emir Lise, Longitude fellow from NYU-Shanghai. See transcript. If you like this episode, please subscribe to Longitude Sound Bytes, rate and review wherever you get your podcasts. You can also write to us at podcast@longitude.site.…
 
Sound byte about resilience and how it relates to long-term running goals from Becky Wade, professional runner and author. Presented by Molly Turner, Longitude fellow from The Juilliard School. See transcript. If you like this episode, please subscribe to Longitude Sound Bytes, rate and review wherever you get your podcasts. You can also write to u…
 
This week, Jason chats with Nick Bolhuis, peak performance expert to the world's top athletes and executives. Tune in as they discuss how measuring your neurological function can improve your mental and physical health and performance.Show Notes:00:22: Welcome Nick Bolhuis01:27: How did the Neuropeak Pro business develop?04:19: A clinical and perfo…
 
Quantified Bob Returns! Bob Troia returns for another mind-blowing interview. In this episode we cover Bob's approach for doing a 5-day water fast. What to do before, during after - and why you should consider doing it. Download his Breathing App here •Motivation for water fast •Bob does it once per quarter, gives the organs a break, Tips: Don’t ea…
 
Sound byte about the most important things to keep in mind for successful collaborations from Ruth Lopez Turley, a professor of sociology at Rice University and director of HERC (Houston Education Research Consortium). Presented by Shvetali Thatte, Longitude fellow from Case Western Reserve University. See transcript. If you like this episode, plea…
 
Charity seems like a good thing until it is expected to solve the problems created by the dwindling Welfare State. Covid has created a situation where more people need charity and fewer people are able to contribute. It would be nice if more people contributed their professional skills to charities instead of just wanting to hand out cups of tea. W…
 
Dr. Tommy John believes that immune systems beat pandemics. He believes we are not in a pandemic. And many agree with him. In this blow-the-lid-off episode we cover topics head on: •What have you put into your body today answer is awesome! •7 moves to the spinal hygiene protocol •The importance of taking care of your spine daily •The power of stayi…
 
In this nineteenth episode, Stephen Matlin introduces telomere biology. He details how testing services typically use Q-PCR which provides an average telomere length and why that doesn’t really mean anything. Read the transcript Instead the percentage of critically-short, measured using Q-FISH, does. Finally he chats about supplements – telomerase …
 
Sound byte on why some collaborative projects are successful and the reason why many fail from Rainer Ganahl, conceptual artist and professor at State Academy of Fine Arts Stuttgart, Germany. Presented by Jimmy Ren, Longitude fellow from University of Pennsylvania. See transcript. If you like this episode, please subscribe to Longitude Sound Bytes,…
 
In this week's episode of the "Things that Michael is Worried About" podcast, we talk about expanding and achieving our potential. We hate the idea of wasting potential but it turns out it's never possible to use it all. ---- This Week's Links ---- [1] Free Book Tracking Happiness and Why It Works - https://goodtohear.co.uk/free [2] Restaurants Bri…
 
For the first duo-guest episode - we've got a research scientist and phd behavior expert. Chris Burres - founder of MyVitalC the cutting edge C60/ESS60 longevity product AND Therapist and Behavioral Expert Patrick Wanis are a complimentary duo. In this episode we cover: •Why the invisible monster Corona is much more detrimental to your brain •Isola…
 
Sound byte on collaboration and what makes an effective team from Denise Reyes, doctoral candidate in industrial/organizational psychology at Rice University. Presented by Armando Sanchez, Longitude fellow from St. Thomas University. See transcript. If you like this episode, please subscribe to Longitude Sound Bytes, rate and review wherever you ge…
 
We recorded this one as a video! Here it is on YouTube: https://youtu.be/3_zEeX7oNqE This week we talked about burnout. Running out of steam. Exhaustion. Getting hives. We share some experiences of being overworked and how we do a better job these days of managing our energy levels, commitments and boundaries for a better work/life balance. Hopeful…
 
Dr. Christopher Shade is waaaaaay ahead of the curve. His company Quicksilver Scientific create massively effective, and totally innovative products for Optimal Health. An expert in all things biohacking, health and performance, Chris has appeared on Ben Greenfield Podcast, Bulletproof Radio and more. In this ranging conversation we cover: •Awesome…
 
Sound byte on collaboration and the importance of diversity for a team’s success from Nick Marsella, graduate student studying music composition at The Juilliard School. Presented by Jordan Ramirez, Longitude fellow from Indiana University. See transcript. If you like this episode, please subscribe to Longitude Sound Bytes, rate and review wherever…
 
Dr. Casey Means has helped create something that will change the lives of millions. Levels is a Continuous Glucose Monitor Company. It gives you access to technology that was reserved for diabetics exclusively…till now. Dr. Means has a fascinating origin story. And the wearable, app and behavior change that comes from Levels is really fascinating. …
 
Sound byte on the pivotal role of collaboration for workplace efficiency and innovation from Ameer Jumabhoy, co-founder of UTU, Singapore. Presented by Jamie Chen, Longitude fellow from Rice University. See transcript. If you like this episode, please subscribe to Longitude Sound Bytes, rate and review wherever you get your podcasts. It will help p…
 
This episode falls into the category of MIND BLOWER. Here's where you can take advantage of this free offer just pay for shipping for your free organic vitamin c to try it yourself. https://www.purevitamincflush.com/pure-vitamin-c-kit?affiliate_id=1978235 If you knew that you could do a comprehensive detox protocol in a few hours, inexpensively you…
 
Sound byte on the importance of transparent communication in collaborating with others from Vivas Kumar, an MBA student at Stanford University and former supply chain manager at Tesla. Presented by Elijah Sales, Longitude fellow from Rice University. See transcript. If you like this episode, please subscribe to Longitude Sound Bytes, rate and revie…
 
In this eighteenth episode, Alexis Shields explains that blood biomarkers may be obtained directly and the results used to reduce chance of future disease occurrence, as well as remedy any subclinical symptoms. Read the transcript She provides a tour of some of the common biomarkers. Along the way she describes her virtual functional medicine pract…
 
Michael is learning to drive and not enjoying it. Ivanka’s been driving forever. We compare notes. Also: Croatian bureaucracy. Free Book Tracking Happiness and Why It Works https://goodtohear.co.uk/free Restaurants Brighton: https://restaurantsbrighton.co.uk ---- This Week's Links ---- [1] Educated by Tara Westover - https://amzn.to/3g1E1DS [2] A-L…
 
Sound byte on collaboration, leadership, and the value of humility from Nigel Levy, producer/director/writer/story consultant at Leviathan Films, London. Presented by Maddie Turner, Longitude fellow from Rice University. See transcript. If you like this episode, please subscribe to Longitude Sound Bytes, rate and review wherever you get your podcas…
 
Deeper dives. Do it. Don't wait. Get X3 - use code OPP at checkout for $50 discount by HERE Dr. John Jaquish Returns to the OPP for a third time to dig into the scientific research that supports variable resistance for health and strength. I've been using X3 for over two years with stunning results. I'm in the best shape of my life and I only work …
 
We talked about pride and Pride in our exploration of this week’s noun. In the context of work, shame, identity - you know - stuff like that. We are not experts in LGBTQ matters but we’re doing our best. ---- This Week's Links ---- [1] Michael's app - https://goodtohear.co.uk/changes [2] Email us hello@grandpodcast.com [3] Japanese Joker video - ht…
 
In this Episode:Clinical psychologist and peak performance expert Dr. Leah Lagos believes stress isn’t in your head, it’s in your body. Dr. Lagos is back to help us dig deeper into the science behind her 10-week program, outlined in the Elite HRV app and her new book, HEART BREATH MIND.HEART BREATH MIND: Train Your Heart to Conquer Stress and Achie…
 
Sound byte on creativity and creative collaboration from Ozeal DeBastos, founder of Pod Houston and Ozeal Media, Houston. Presented by Longitude fellow Grayson Best from University of Texas. See transcript of the show. If you like this episode, please subscribe to Longitude Sound Bytes, rate and review wherever you get your podcasts. You can also w…
 
Why is fame so appealing? Why are famous people so fascinating? We tell some celebrity stories so that’s exciting, right? But why? We conclude that we should treat our friends the way we’d treat famous people. (Famous people we like, that is.) ---- This Week's Links ---- [1] Ivanka’s Trump tweet - https://twitter.com/ivanka/status/82128679649136230…
 
Sound byte on creativity and using previous experiences to serve as a foundation for new ones from Glory Nwaugbala, associate at WilmerHale, New York. Presented by Longitude fellow Rachel Carlton from Rice University. See transcript for the show. If you like this episode, please subscribe to Longitude Sound Bytes, rate and review wherever you get y…
 
Michael had a good week releasing a new feature in his changes app with a video and wanted to talk about his weird feelings around the response. Ivanka offers some therapy as we discuss the nature of change, the ways we struggle to make changes, the perils of pursuing happiness. It's more about developing resilience than becoming permanently happy.…
 
Sound byte on ways to cultivate creativity in career from Carrie Ott-Holland, manager of performance design research at Google, San Francisco. Presented by Longitude fellow Shvetali Thatte from Case Western Reserve University. See transcript for the show. If you like this episode, please subscribe to Longitude Sound Bytes, rate and review wherever …
 
Paul Chek is a living LEGEND In the world of nutrition, performance and spirituality Paul Check is the most widely influential figure of our time. Speaker, Coach, Consultant, Author, Inventor and WAY MORE I do not exaggerate when I say that every single word uttered in this podcast is useful. Paul and I dive deeply into our current world predicamen…
 
Some Coronavirus talk. Some mask talk. Some talk of personal responsibility vs state or institutional responsibility. This touches #BLM, capitalism, neoliberalism, privilege - you know - everything that leftists like us like to talk about. Brighton Natural Health Centre - https://brightonnaturalhealthcentre.org.uk/ Good To Hear - https://goodtohear…
 
Geoffrey Cole can tell a lot about you just from watching your brainwaves on a computer screen. Pathwaves is a method of re-programming your consciousness to get rid of fear, or reach WOKE level, or move into more motivational states. Combining Neurofeedback and Psychological frameworks, Geoff can move mental mountains. In this episode we cover: •W…
 
Sound byte on creativity and the ability of creativity to honor what you love from Anthony Brandt, professor of composition at Rice University, Houston. Presented by Longitude fellow Sarah Sowell from Rice University. See transcript for the show. If you like this episode, please subscribe to Longitude Sound Bytes, rate and review wherever you get y…
 
In this seventeenth episode, Gordon Lauc introduces glycobiology. He details GlycanAge®, the world’s first direct-to-consumer glycan-based product. Read the transcript He explains that it can quantify how well interventions (e.g. supplements) work for you as an individual, and how much healthy life you’ve got left. Finally he details a potential CO…
 
Peak performance expert Dr. Leah Lagos believes stress isn't in your head, it's in your body. Join us as Dr. Lagos and Jason discuss biofeedback, breathing techniques, and the science behind the 10-week program outlined in the Elite HRV app and her new book, HEART BREATH MIND.HEART BREATH MIND: Train Your Heart to Conquer Stress and Achieve Success…
 
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