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Beauty and the Surgeon is an educational and empowering podcast that delves into all aspects of cosmetic surgery, plastic surgery, aesthetic medicine, beauty, fitness and personal health. Dr. Jason Martin is a renowned board certified plastic surgeon in Denver, Colorado specializing in cosmetic surgery of the face, breast and body and is joined by his trusty sidekick and Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, Amy.
 
The Aubrey Marcus Podcast is an illuminating conversation with mavens of mental health, relationship, health, business and spirituality. Aubrey Marcus is the founder of the human optimization and health empire Onnit, the New York Times bestselling author of Own the Day (covering the best practices for physical health and mental sovereignty) and Aubrey was one of the first public voices in support of psychedelics and psychedelic medicine in the podcast era. This podcast is unlike any other in ...
 
Is it best that our food is Local and Organic or Big and Conventional? Our view is “Both, and..” We don’t come to the table with a bias, except that good farming like good food comes in all shapes and sizes. Farm to Table Talk explores issues and the growing interest in the story of how and where the food on our tables is produced, processed and marketed. The host, Rodger Wasson is a food and agriculture veteran. Although he was the first of his family to leave the grain and livestock farm a ...
 
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The bag of stuff we’re into is back! What nutrition and beauty products have captured the interest of Dr. Martin and Amy recently? The past year has been challenging so let’s learn about a few things that brought Beauty and the Surgeon comfort and happiness. Call in or comment to hear yourself on our 100th episode on June 1st! Comments, questions, …
 
Dr Ted Achacoso is legit the smartest person I’ve had the pleasure of getting on the pod. He may also be one of the dialed in guys ever. This one really is basically a TED Talk so, jus like I did, sit back and relax while Dr Ted cranks this one out of the park. Connect with Dr Ted: Website: www.homehope.org Troscriptions.com biobalanceinstitute.com…
 
Consumers have never known more about nutrition and yet, have never been more overweight. For most Americans, maintaining a balanced diet is more difficult than doing their taxes. What are we doing wrong? Jack Bobo has been engaged with the food system from farm to table and is the author of a new book “Why Smart People Make Bad Food Choices”. He i…
 
Dr. Tobias is a nutrition and obesity epidemiologist at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School in Boston, MA. She received doctoral and postdoctoral training from the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health, Boston, MA, under mentor Dr. Frank B. Hu. Dr. Tobias is co-Instructor of Nutrition Epidemiology with Dr. Walter Willett a…
 
This is one of the all time great discussions on the Aubrey Marcus Podcast, with one of the deepest thinkers of our time, Daniel Schmachtenberger. In this wide ranging conversation, we talk about the current problems facing humanity--including what led us here, and how to navigate from a more informed perspective. Ultimately our ability to make sen…
 
Mansal is back for round two and we have some big stuff to talk about. We get into all that he’s been up to with a book he’s writing as well as his usual Sacred Hunting work. We’re also working together on a hunt in Hawaii this August. Look for that link below. Otherwise, enjoy fam. Connect with Mansal: Website: sacredhunting.com Instagram: @mansal…
 
Nutrient density, biodynamic and regenerative are terms of relevance to the health of our planet, our soil, our food and ourselves. It’s tricky learning the connections but Dr. Christopher Daugherty ties it all together. “Biodynamic is the art and aspect” of the essential principles of food. Nutrient density is the “level of nutrients per unit” of …
 
In today’s podcast, I am joined by my two best friends, Kyle Kingsbury and Erick Godsey. We dive into the theme of our next Fit For Service Trimester, the Masculine Archetype, which is present in all genders. In order to understand masculine energy, we must comprehend the full spectrum of this archetype, ranging from it’s dark shadow to its highest…
 
In this episode we explore the causes of insulin resistance, and the dietary modifications that may help those with insulin resistance. We discuss how insulin resistance is a complex metabolic disorder, that goes beyond one single pathway or cause. There is also a discussion on the mechanisms of insulin resistance pathogenesis. Specifically, we tal…
 
Lower eyelids are one of the first places that we start to show aging. Dark circles, wrinkles, loose skin, and puffy eyes are all problematic and get worse with age. Good news! There are a lot of solutions using a variety of techniques. Dr. Martin and Amy break down the surgical and non-surgical options to address lower eyelids. Comments, questions…
 
Now is not the new normal. Consumers were forced to change their shopping and dining food practices by the pandemic. As they return to stores and restaurants, they need to be the Hero of their lives. From farmers to restaurants and food markets, helping consumers realize their need to be the Hero from these troubled times, is job One. Suzy Badaracc…
 
Dr Will Taegel is an absolutely bucketlist guest. He’s on my spirit counsel and I try to spend as much time around him as possible. I know I’ve mentioned him many times before and he’s finally on the podcast. I wanted to just let him grace us with as much wisdom as we could fit into our short time and he delivered BIG TIME. I’m sure we’ll be runnin…
 
I sit down with Jason Havey to discuss 23 crucial tenets of entrepreneurship, told through the story of Onnit. From humble beginnings in an attic, to a news breaking acquisition-- and every step along the way that helped shape it into the disruptive global entity that it is today. This podcast is powerful not only for business owners or entrepreneu…
 
In this episode Greg Nuckols and Mike Zourdos breakdown two research papers related to the interference effect and concurrent training. Greg and Mike (along with Eric Helms and Eric Trexler) produce the MASS research review, which breaks down the latest research studies relevant to those interested in strength training, strength sports, and bodybui…
 
Many people wish they could farm and new farmers are needed. Sounds like a match. It is a well established fact that the average age of farmers is around the age that people are thinking of retirement. So who will be farming in the future, beyond just those who are fortunate enough to be born in to a sustainable family farm? The Center for Land Bas…
 
Jade and Mercedes are the hosts of the Majic Hour Podcast which I’ve been on in the past. They are powerhouses of women with a wealth of knowledge on both Women’s and Men’s work. It was a long one, but I’m sure you’ll love this convo just as much as I did. They are launching a new Men’s work group, Awakening the King Within, that we dive into and t…
 
This MIND BLOWING podcast with Jamie Wheal is not only the longest, it was absolutely one of my favorite conversations of all time. But of course! We discuss how to find your god buttons with techniques involving sex, love, breath, and psychedelics, along with all of the ideologies and mythologies that need to universally transform for us to make i…
 
In this episode Danny and Alan discuss irritable bowel syndome and the evidence related to dietary interventions. They discuss diagnosis of the condition, various sub-types, potential mechanisms, the gut-brain axis, first line treatments, impact of fibre, and evidence on the low FODMAP diet. Today's Topic in Focus: IBS & Diet [06:20] "I Have a Ques…
 
Anya Fernald runs arguably the best farm in the world. She cares about her animals lives from the moment of birth until the moment of death. Everything from soil management, herd management, and quality of life is considered. And the difference is palatable! Belcampo farms makes hands down the best meat I have ever tasted. This is a really interest…
 
Families are spending more time cooking at home and local meat provides a better and more affordable alternative. According to Johnathan Hladk the Policy Director for the Center for Rural Affairs, local meat lockers simply do not have the space or equipment to keep up, leaving family farms in the growing direct sales industry without a crucial part…
 
The cost of plastic surgery can be different for everyone. Where are you having surgery? What does the surgery involve? Who is your surgeon? There are also costs that aren’t related to the procedure like - How much time will you have to take off from work? It’s because of all these details that it’s very hard to find out how much plastic surgery wi…
 
New technologies will play an important role in the future of farming for every size, shape, climate and geographic location. The ideas are popping up fast and increasingly affordable for the full spectrum of global farming systems. Francesco Arlia is the founder and CEO of one of these emerging pioneers, Harvest Harmonics. With dime-sized micro-tr…
 
Few conversations stimulate me in life like when I get to sit down with my soul brother Aaron Alexander. As always it's an excellent back and forth with an inevitable playful undertone. Being in the glory of Costa Rica with Fit For Service just added to the juice. Just a few topics we touch on: being at home in your body, feminine and masculine bal…
 
Erik Davis, author of High Weirdness, has spent his life studying the weird; Fringe phenomena from psychedelica to sex cults. In this wildly interesting podcast we talk about the risk and promise of psychedelics, the importance of community, and how religion got it wrong, and got it right. Check out Erik Davis' Book High Weirdness | https://bit.ly/…
 
Andy Morgan is the founder of RippedBody.com and an online coach. He co-authored the Muscle & Strength Pyramids books along with Dr. Eric Helms and Andrea Valdez. He has published a host of excellent nutrition and training resources in the form of ebooks, articles and podcasts, which can be found on the Ripped Body website. He recently released the…
 
Climate smart agriculture will make a difference to farmers, citizens and life on earth. Karen Ross, the Secretary of Food And Agriculture for the California Department of Agriculture is on the front line of meeting the climate challenge as chief administrator of food and agriculture programs for the 5th largest economy in the World. Secretary Ross…
 
The Bowtie is back fam! I don’t know if it’s possible, but round two with Dr David E Martin exceeded my expectations. This encyclopedia of a human dropped delivered a masterclass on tying history to the politics of our world to your personal independence. Listen, love, implement and tell your friends/fam to follow suit. Love y’all Connect with Davi…
 
We got your voicemails! We got questions about “Swell Hell” i.e. “How much swelling is normal 4-6 months after surgery?” “How do I handle conflicting consultations from different surgeons?” and “Can I have a benign mass removed during a breast augmentation?” Dr. Martin and Amy love answering your questions. Thanks to the listeners who called in! Co…
 
Acclaimed Stanford neurobiologist Dr. Andrew Huberman comes on the podcast to break down the science for a new human operating manual. It starts with attention to the nervous system. Are you too alert, or too sleepy? What are the best strategies for productivity? Do you need to speed up, or slow down? Do you have the neuroplasticity to learn and re…
 
Prof. Chris Packard holds an Honorary Professorship of Vascular Biochemistry at the University of Glasgow. Over his career, Professor Packard has focussed on two aspects of atherosclerosis research, lipoprotein metabolism and how it is affected by diets and drugs, and large-scale clinical trials of lipid lowering agents. He is acknowledged as one o…
 
Clubhouse is a drop-in audio chat network that now includes conversations about the food system, on Farm To Table Talk. The Center for Good Food Purchasing uses the power of procurement to create a transparent and equitable food system that prioritizes the health and well-being of people, animals, and the environment. Paula Daniels is the Co-founde…
 
What beautiful, powerful presence I was fortunate to receive from my brother Chervin in the weekend I spent at his home in Cali. This conversation was the perfect cap to that as well as a beautiful intro into the topic of Luciferian and Ahriman influences in the world today. We will run this back, but please enjoy and reach out to both of us with y…
 
This week’s podcast is with the captain of the dream machine, Charlie Rocket. The former manager for none other than 2 Chainz, he decided he wanted to dedicate his life to random acts of kindness. Oh and he also has one of the most powerful manifestation practices I have ever encountered, including a miraculous story of how he dreamed into existenc…
 
Prof. Barry Popkin is the W.R. Kenan Jr. Distinguished Professor of Nutrition at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is a nutrition and obesity researcher at the Carolina Population Center and is the director of the Interdisciplinary Center for Obesity at UNC. He developed the concept of the Nutrition Transition, the study of the dy…
 
It’s become popular to bash livestock production and meat consumption for extreme green house gas emissions. What if the data is wrong? In the UK where carbon neutral agriculture is to be accomplished by 2050, new research has found that the ‘carbon’ case against pig farming is not right. The study conducted by the Institute for Global Food Securit…
 
What an absolute treat it was to get JW on the pod while I was in beautiful sunny California. Jerry(JW) Ross was a young athlete, highly successful oilman, wrestled with rapidly diminishing returns on “bad” drug consumption and was finally called to combine two somewhat under-distributed plant medicines, Kava and Kratom. I very muchso enjoyed heari…
 
Boyd Varty is in the unique position of being both a lion tracker, and a tracker of human psychology. What he learns from nature he can immediately share as a lesson for our own mental, emotional, and spiritual well being. In his latest adventure, he spent 30 days alone in the African bush. He encountered fear in its purest form, and grace in its m…
 
Danny and Alan are joined by Dr. Spencer Nadolsky. Dr. Nadolsky is a board-certified obesity specialist, lipidologist, and family physician. In this episode we discuss the strengths and limitations of BMI, adipose tissue type and relevance to risk, hypertrophic vs. hyperplastic adipocytes, 'Metabolically Healthy Obesity', and weight stigma. Show no…
 
What do “Too Much Exercise”, “Curing Depression with BOTOX”, “50,000 year old Poop”, and “Apples” have in common? It’s all research we’re into! Dr. Martin and Amy have once again brought the most recent scientific studies that have peaked their interest and want to share what they have learned. Comments, questions, clarifications? Leave a voicemail…
 
The Nobel Prize Committee has just recognized the scientists who discovered CRISPR—genetic scissors that are a tool for rewriting the code of life and potentially a tool in limiting global warming. New science, technology and a range of farming systems from conventional to agroecology, regenerative and organic have roles to play. Science writer And…
 
Here it is fam, the tale of my “Dark Night of the Soul” as it’s unfolded so far. I hope y’all can glean some value and benefits from this. In this episode I dive briefly into the actual medicine involved, Kambo as a cleanser leading into my first initiation dose of Bufo(5Meo DMT). The resources that have helped me integrate this experience are link…
 
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