Bulletproof Radio 2015 in Review! – #271

Why you should listen –

2015 was huge! This year Bulletproof hit some major milestones: the podcast surpassed 20 million downloads, our conference attendance almost doubled from 2014, we launched our documentary, Moldy, opened our Bulletproof coffee shop in Santa Monica and launched The Bulletproof Cookbook – featuring recipes to help you kick more ass at life! All of this is possible because you are interested in taking control of your health. Thank you for inspiring us to keep learning and growing. There are so many exciting things to look forward to in 2016, cutting edge podcast guests, top of the line upgrades, and the best in biohacking. This Bulletproof Radio episode is a recap three favorite interviews from 2015, and features short clips of the best biohacks, bits of motivation, and life-upgrading information from Brendon Burchard, Dr. Joseph Mercola & Gary Taubes. Thanks for listening and please enjoy the show!

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