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Break Your Expectations, Get Closer to Your Heart – Kyle Cease #606

Kyle Cease is a well-known comedian who has two No. 1 Comedy Central specials to his credit.

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Article

Why Metformin Isn’t the Anti-Aging Miracle You Might Think It Is

When I was in my 30s, I found myself at a table with a biotech group that was doing anti-aging research with a diabetes drug …

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The Bulletproof Guide to a Healthier BBQ

It’s summertime, which means plenty of time spent outside at the grill. But barbecuing can be bad news for your health. Charred meat contains carcinogens …

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Podcast

The Dark Side of EMFs – Peter Sullivan #605

Peter Sullivan is the CEO and founder of Clear Light Ventures, a major environmental health funder who focuses on two things that I care a lot about: one is toxins and the other one is wireless safety.

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What’s Behind the Mask? Ways to Discover Your True Self

Today, we welcome Emotional Intelligence Expert, Chenoa Maxwell as a guest author on the Bulletproof Blog. Founder of the Live Limitlessly practice, Chenoa rose from …

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Article

Hack Your Brain Waves for Learning, Sleep, Focus, and More

A review in Trends in Neurosciences analyzed a wide range of studies involving the link between rhythmic neural stimulation and increased learning and memory performance. …

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Can Borrowing Athletes’ Gut Bacteria Make You More Athletic?

Researchers have identified a strain of bacteria that enhances the performance of endurance athletes. The scientists collected and analyzed stool samples from Boston Marathon runners …

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Podcast

Healthy Aging Begins and Ends in the Gut – Dr. Steven Gundry #604

I’m excited to once again be talking to Dr. Steven Gundry, renowned heart surgeon, celebrity doctor, medical researcher and a New York Times best-selling author.

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Do You Want to Live to Be 100?

Who wouldn’t want to live to be 100-years-old? Apparently, that’s not as common a sentiment as one might think.  Bulletproof recently conducted a survey to …

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Revenge of the Beans: How Lectins Suck Your Energy And Make You Weak

As you scan the Bulletproof Diet Roadmap, you’ll notice that lentils and beans, as well as some other foods like tomatoes and potatoes, are out …

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How to make your coffee bulletproof and your morning too

Bulletproof Coffee is not your average latte.It’s a high-performance drink that has a massive impact on your energy and cognitive function. Bulletproof Coffee has helped …

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The Complete Bulletproof Diet Roadmap

What is the Bulletproof Diet? So many diets create an all-or-nothing mentality that makes you feel deprived when you follow it and guilty when you …

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Signs of Low Testosterone and How Testosterone Replacement Therapy Helps

You might think testosterone is for muscles and the bedroom. The reality is, almost everyone can benefit from testosterone replacement at some point in their …

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Study Shows Glyphosate Messes With the Ecosystem

A study in the Journal of Applied Toxicology showed that frog embryos that were exposed to glyphosate developed deformities. This study is one of a …

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Mushrooms Are Your New Anti-Aging Strategy – Life Cykel #603

Julian Mitchell is the co-founder and CEO of the Australian-based company Life Cykel who, along with his team, are doing amazing work with mushrooms as innovative food sources and medicinals in Australia.

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Article

9 Reasons to Have More Sex

It’s all too easy to come up with an excuse not to have sex. You’re too tired; you don’t have time; your partner always works …

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Two Hours in Nature a Week Makes You Happier and Healthier, Finds Study

Spending two hours a week in nature can make you healthier and happier, according to a new study.  The report, led by the University of …

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7 Most Powerful Anti-Aging Superfoods

Acai berries, salmon, avocados, and kale are just a few of the hundreds of foods that have skyrocketed their way to nutrition stardom as “superfoods.” …

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