Winter Q&A: Coffee Cycling, Gallbladder Surgery & More – #269

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Why you should listen –

In this episode of Bulletproof Radio, we’ve selected the best questions that Bulletproof fans submitted via our voicemail service, Facebook and the Bulletproof® Forums, for another awesome Q&A. Hear Dave answer questions with Dr. Mark Atkinson about the Bulletproof Coaching program, how to build muscle while losing fat, tips to take care of your gallbladder/what to do if you have had your gallbladder removed, and how to manage high blood pressure. This episode covers a variety of topics based on your questions. Enjoy the show!

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What You Will Hear

  •      0:00 – Wix
  •      0:59 – Cool fact of the day
  •      4:59 – Coffee cycling
  •    10:59 – Hack your motivation & willpower
  •    20:30 – Activated charcoal
  •    24:30 – Gallbladder surgery
  •    30:45 – High blood pressure
  •    38:32 – All MCTs are not equal
  •    43:59 – Build muscle/lose fat
  •    46:58 – Nutrition certification
  •    50:46 – Protein fasting
  •    54:57 – Food combining
  •    59:19 – Neurofeedback
  • 1:06:46 – BP Coach Training testimonials

Featured

Theanine

40 Years of Zen

Tyrosine

Adrenal fatigue 

Dan Sullivan

Epinephrine

Norepinephrine

Ketones

Micilization

Oxbile salts

Lipase

Aspergillus

Betaine HCL

Magnesium

Potasium

Hypothyroidism

Repressed stress

Resperate

Prehypertension

Medium chain triglycerides (MCTs)

Short chain triglycerides

Lauric Acid

C8 and C10 medium chain triglycerides

Ketones

Butyric acid

Sodium Buterate

Butyric Acid

L-methionine

Institute for Transformational Nutrition

Institute of Functional Medicine

Bulletproof

Bulletproof Coach Training

Bulletproof forums

Dr. Mark Atkinson

Bulletproof decaf coffee 

Brain Octane

Unfair Advantage

Collagen

Zona Plus Device

Stress Detective

Bulletproof Diet Roadmap

Bulletproof Diet Book

Bulletproof Cookbook

Neuroptinal personal trainer

Charcoal 

Glutathione Force

Whey protein

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