In this special two-hour Q&A episode with Dr. Jed Fahey, a world-leading expert on the science of chemoprotection and, in particular, sulforaphane, we discuss many of the listener-submitted questions from the hundreds of live event participants. If you'r...
Dr. Jed W. Fahey is a nutritional biochemist with deep experience researching isothiocyanates like sulforaphane.
Dr. Bill Harris is one of the world's preeminent experts in the field of omega-3 fatty acid research. His work focuses on the roles that fatty acids play in cardiovascular and neurocognitive health.
In this episode, Dr. Stuart Phillips discusses the roles exercise and nutrition play in influencing human skeletal muscle protein turnover and highlights the importance of maintaining muscle mass and strength throughout the lifespan.
Dr. Rhonda Patrick speaks with Ray Cronise, a former NASA material scientist and co-founder of zero gravity, a company that offers weightless parabolic flights to consumers and researchers.
This is a special episode bringing you up-to-date science on COVID-19 vaccination featuring a conversation between Dr. Rhonda Patrick and MedCram founders Dr. Roger Seheult and physician assistant Kyle Allred.
In this episode, Dr. Mark Mattson discusses how stress is beneficial – even essential – to human survival, and how exercise and intermittent fasting induce stress to promote health.
This podcast features Rich Roll. Rich is an author, a podcaster, as well as founder and first person to complete the EPIC5 Challenge.
In this keynote address, Dr. Rhonda Patrick describes how the loss of health and integrity of the intestinal barrier influences multiple aspects of human health – including cardiometabolic function, neurological health, behavior, and more.
In response to cold-water immersion, the body increases circulation of norepinephrine. This physiological response sets off a cascade of adaptive effects that affect metabolism, the brain, and genetic expression.
Systemic inflammation is an important mechanism that research shows may have a very interesting relationship with depression.
Decreased consumption of chlorophyll containing vegetables, decreased absorption, and increased excretion is largely the primary reasons why apprximately 45% of US population is deficient in magnesium.
Eric M. Verdin, M.D. is the fifth president and chief executive officer of the Buck Institute for Research on Aging and is a professor of Medicine at UCSF.
Ronald Krauss, M.D., is the director of atherosclerosis research at Children’s Hospital Oakland Research Institute and an adjunct professor at UCSF and UC Berkeley.