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Hi, I'm Dhru (like Drew), and every week, I interview the top experts in health, medicine, and mindset to provide you with in-depth, step-by-step protocols to take your health to the next level.

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This episode is brought to you by Birch Living, Lifeforce, and Plunge.  We’ve heard of tests that are used as traditional measures of longevity. Still, a lesser-known but equally important test that should be factored into longevity and long-term independence is VO2 max. This test measures how well your body uses oxygen during exercise, which ultimately translates into how efficiently your body uses oxygen in daily activities as you age. According to today’s guest, increasing VO2 max can significantly reduce your risk of all-cause mortality.  Today, on the Dhru Purohit Show, Dhru sits down with Dr. Andy Galpin to dive deep into VO2 max and why he believes it is one of the best predictors of longevity. Dr. Galpin breaks down the research behind this test and why it's critical for everyone to know their VO2 max baseline. He also shares why a low VO2 max can cause chronic fatigue, making it challenging to engage in daily activities, and shares his top tips on increasing your VO2 max if you are starting your exercise journey. If you are looking for a deep dive into VO2 Max, this episode is a must-listen.  Andy Galpin is a tenured professor at California State University, Fullerton. He is the Co-Director of the Center for Sport Performance and Founder/Director of the Biochemistry and Molecular Exercise Physiology Laboratory. He is a Human Performance scientist with a PhD in Human Bioenergetics and over 100 peer-reviewed publications and presentations. He is also a Co-founder of Absolute Rest, BioMolecular Athlete, and RAPID Health & Performance.   In this episode, Dhru and Dr. Galpin dive into (audio version / Apple Subscriber version): Why VO2 max is a critical factor in longevity (1:05 / 1:05) What is VO2 max and getting your baseline (10:00 / 7:05) Challenges with daily activities that demonstrate a low VO2 max (18:00 / 14:56) Stimulants and the cycle of fatigue (26:00/ 23:07) The impact of diet on energy (27:00 / 24:33) Are smartwatches accurate in calculating VO2 max (32:00 / 26:44) Methods of testing your VO2 max and guidance on choosing the right test (34:00 / 29:50) Average and optimal VO2X max levels (39:00 / 34:05) Increasing your levels and the impact on longevity (47:00 / 42:07) How to get started in improving your levels (49:00 / 44:53) How often should you test (55:00 / 50:22) Also mentioned in this episode: Dr. Galpin’s Published Work RAPID Health Absolute Rest To learn more about Dr. Galpin, follow him on Instagram, Twitter, or his website.  To get 20% off your Birch Living mattress plus two free eco-rest pillows, head over to birchliving.com/dhru today. Right now, you can save $250 on your first diagnostic and get personalized suggestions. Optimize your longevity and track your progress go to mylifeforce.com/dhru!  Right now, Plunge is offering my community $150 off cold plunges and their core products. Just go to plunge.com/dhru or enter code DHRU to revolutionize your wellness journey today.
This episode is brought to you by Momentous, Lumebox, and Air Doctor. One in thirty-six children is diagnosed with autism. While 50% of the increase in diagnoses is due to increased awareness about autism, at least 50% of those diagnoses are based on an actual increase in the number of cases. Families navigating this diagnosis can often be inundated with information without proper guidance from a trusted source. Today’s guest, Dr. Suzanne Goh, joins us to break it down. Today, on the Dhru Purohit Show, Dhru sits down with Dr. Suzanne Goh to dive deep into autism. Dr. Goh shares the factors that can lead to a diagnosis of autism, how it is diagnosed, and what the research shows about brain changes in individuals diagnosed with autism. She also shares the top lifestyle factors, including diet and exercise, that support overall health and brain health after diagnosis, as well as the top myths. Additionally, she shares the research on environmental toxins' role in leading to a diagnosis and the protocol she follows in her clinic to support families. Dr. Suzanne Goh, MD, BCBA, is cofounder and chief medical officer of Cortica, the largest provider of comprehensive health services for autism in the United States. She is the former Co-Director of Columbia University’s Center for Autism and the Developing Brain, where she researched the biological causes of autism and used brain imaging to identify patterns of neural circuitry and brain chemistry. Dr. Goh is currently a faculty member of the Medical Academy of Pediatric Special Needs and is a frequent speaker for parent advocacy organizations.  In this episode, Dhru and Dr. Goh dive into (audio version / Apple Subscriber version): What factors can lead to an autism diagnosis (0:00:07 / 0:00:07) Is the rise in autism cases related to increased awareness or an increase in actual cases (3:40 / 3:40) Diagnosing autism and brain changes in children (13:11 / 7:52) Reducing the risk of an autism diagnosis and what the research shows (17:00 / 13:05) The role of mitochondrial dysfunction (24:30 / 20:36) What traditional practitioners believe about autism (31:00 25:15) Top myths about an autism diagnosis (37:00 / 31:00) The process and protocol that Dr. Goh’s clinic follows (39:00 / 33:00) The impact of a whole foods diet on behavior (45:00 / 39:15) The powerful benefits of exercise and supplements for children with autism (52:00 / 46:16) Lifestyle factors and improving how the diagnosis is expressed (59:00 / 53:00) Dr. Goh’s patient stories (1:02:00 / 55:00) Co-occurring conditions that are common with autism (1:08:00 / 1:01:20) What role can medications play in the toolbox (1:13:00 / 1:07:00) The impact of environmental toxins (1:22:00 / 1:16:40) Final Thoughts (1:31:00/ 1:25:00) Also mentioned in this episode: Dr. Goh’s new book, Magnificent Minds  To learn more about Dr. Goh, follow her on Instagram or her website.  Optimize your Omega-3 levels by choosing a quality fish oil made by and used by the best. Go to livemomentous.com and enter promo code DHRU to get 20% off any order.  Lumebox is offering my community $260 off their FDA-approved portable Red Light device! That's over 40% off! Go to thelumebox.com/dhru and get your Red Light device.  AirDoctor is offering my community $300 off. Just go to dhrupurohit.com/filter/ to clean up your home’s air and feel better today.
This episode is brought to you by BiOptimizers, Lumebox, and AquaTru. Women can spend up to 40% of their lives in menopause, and we know that they often experience changes in their mood, cognition, and overall brain health during this time. But these changes aren’t discussed openly or discussed with no helpful solutions, leaving women feeling hopeless, alone, or unsupported. Today’s guest is a brain researcher here to shed light on the changes during this time and what we can do to support women entering this phase.  Today, on the Dhru Purohit Show, Dhru sits down with Dr. Lisa Mosconi to discuss what happens to a woman’s brain when she goes through menopause and the connection to Alzheimer’s disease. Dr. Mosconi shares how to care for women’s brains during puberty, pregnancy, and menopause, how to prevent dementia and the lifestyle habits that can help women navigate the transition into menopause.  Lisa Mosconi, PhD, is an associate professor of neuroscience in neurology and radiology at Weill Cornell Medicine and the director of the Women’s Brain Initiative and the Alzheimer’s Prevention Clinic at Weill Cornell Medicine/NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital. She is also the New York Times bestselling author of The XX Brain and Brain Food.   In this episode, Dhru and Dr. Mosconi dive into (audio version / Apple Subscriber version): What happens to the brain during menopause (0:00:20 / 0:00:20) Research as validation for women’s experience (13:40 / 10:40) Brain changes during the 3Ps in a woman’s life (16:39 / 13:00) Life contentment during perimenopause and menopause (20:11 / 16:51) Epigenetic’s role in menopause (26:03 / 22:34) Lifestyle changes that are critical for optimal brain health (31:15 / 27:45) Three types of exercise for menopause and what they activate (37:34 / 33:32) What is menopause and when does perimenopause start (45:06 / 41:18) Lifestyle factors that cause the early onset of puberty (52:36 / 48:50) Environmental toxins that Dr. Mosconi removed from her home (57:30 / 53:35) Whole foods diet, fiber, and protein for optimal health (1:00:00 / 56:08) The research behind Hormone Replacement Therapy (1:21:32 / 1:17:22) Also mentioned in this episode: Dr. Mosconi’s Slideshow  The Menopause Brain Go to bioptimizers.com/dhru now and enter promo code DHRU10 to get 10% off any order and up to 2 travel-size bottles of Magnesium Breakthrough for a limited time. Lumebox is offering my community $260 off their FDA-approved portable Red Light device! That's over 40% off! Go to thelumebox.com/dhru and get your Red Light device.  AquaTru is a countertop reverse osmosis purifier with a four-stage filtration system that removes 15x more contaminants than the bestselling water filters out there. Go to dhrupurohit.com/filter/ and get $100 off when you try AquaTru for yourself. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This episode is brought to you by Lifeforce, LMNT, and AquaTru.  The transition to menopause has historically lacked comprehensive discussion and is often perceived as an abrupt occurrence without recourse. Our guest today has emerged as a vocal advocate, shedding light on the journey from perimenopause to menopause and providing empowering strategies for women navigating this transformative phase. Today, on the Dhru Purohit Show, Dhru sits down with menopause expert Dr. Mary Claire Haver. Dr. Haver guides us through the myths and misconceptions surrounding perimenopause and menopause. She sheds light on the misguided research and beliefs that contributed to a lack of awareness about this transition for women and the challenges women face during this time. This episode is a must-list for women of any age! Dr. Mary Claire Haver is board-certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology and is a Certified Culinary Medicine Specialist. In 2021 she opened Mary Claire Wellness, a clinic dedicated to caring for the menopausal patient. She developed the best-selling book and program called The Galveston Diet, a three-pronged lifestyle plan that encourages fuel refocusing, intermittent fasting, and anti-inflammatory nutrition to manage hormonal symptoms, stabilize weight, and revitalize the body as it ages to provide benefits that will last a lifetime. In this episode, Dhru and Dr. Haver dive into (audio version / Apple Subscriber version): Why women are living in poorer health later in life (0:00:28 / 0:00:28) The implications of lack of education about perimenopause and menopause (9:03 / 5:41) Surprising symptoms related to perimenopause (14:35 / 11:30) Hormonal changes that cause visceral fat (18:53 / 15:45) What habits can help women reduce visceral fat (34:11 /29:36) Protein and resistance training (40:05 / 35:02) A disruption in sleep quality and sleep apnea in women (43:51 / 38:00) The stress impact on women (50:50 /45:25) Gaslighting and lack of education: why women aren’t being heard (56:36 / 51:50) How menopause impacts gut health(1:01:12 / 56:25) Supplements to support perimenopause and menopause (1:03:58 / 58:59)  HRT: Who is it for, how much, and when? (1:15:40 / 1:10:56) Also mentioned in this episode: Dr. Haver’s new book, The New Menopause North American Menopause Society Right now, you can save $250 on your first diagnostic and get personalized suggestions. Optimize your longevity and track your progress go to mylifeforce.com/dhru!  Right now, LMNT is offering my listeners a free sample pack with any purchase. Head over to DrinkLMNT.com/dhru today. AquaTru is a countertop reverse osmosis purifier with a four-stage filtration system that removes 15x more contaminants than the bestselling water filters out there. Go to dhrupurohit.com/filter/ and get $100 off when you try AquaTru for yourself. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This episode is brought to you by Lifeforce, BiOptimizers, and Lumebox. We are constantly bombarded with the newest technology or hacks that can increase our longevity. But when it comes to true health and disease prevention, we know that consistently putting effort into our daily habits can have the most effective results. Today’s guest is here to remind us which daily habits matter the most.   Today, on The Dhru Purohit Show, Dhru sits down with Dr. Darshan Shah to discuss the pillars of the Shah Protocol. Dr. Shah emphasizes the significance of dialing in the basics: sleep, diet, and movement. He also shares the ten blood markers everyone should obtain and truly understand. Dr. Shah also discusses the tools he uses to assess and reduce the risk of chronic disease and increase longevity and shares his journey to becoming healthier.  Darshan Shah, MD, is a health and wellness specialist, board-certified surgeon, published author, entrepreneur, and founder of Next Health, the world's first and largest Health Optimization and Longevity clinic.   In this episode, Dhru and Dr. Shah dive into (audio version / Apple Subscriber version): The first step in Dr. Shah’s protocol (0:00:29 / 0:00:29) One habit that would change energy levels (3:33 / 3:33) Setting up your ideal sleep routine in the morning (11:53 / 11:53) What Dr. Shah has doubled down on and what he no longer prioritizes (25:39 / 21:35) Dr. Shah’s journey to become healthier (31:20 / 25:54) Eating whole foods and finding what works for you (37:10 / 31:41) The benefits of fiber for your microbiome (41:30 / 35:48) Metabolically fit individuals with higher A1C levels (48:45 / 43:35) Ten blood markers that must be checked (51:12 / 45:27) The importance of moving each day (1:08:42 / 1:03:00) Preventing osteoporosis and osteopenia (1:15:57 / 1:11:59) VO2 Max as a longevity assessment (1:19:45 / 1:14:40) Heart disease and early cancer detection screenings (1:27:09 / 1:21:30) Also mentioned in this episode: Microplastics and Nanoplastics in Atheromas and Cardiovascular Events Dhru’s apoB results Next Health  Right now, you can save $250 on your first diagnostic and get personalized suggestions. Optimize your longevity and track your progress go to mylifeforce.com/dhru!  Go to bioptimizers.com/dhru now and enter promo code DHRU10 to get 10% off any order and up to 2 travel-size bottles of Magnesium Breakthrough for a limited time.  Lumebox is offering my community $260 off their FDA-approved portable Red Light device! That's over 40% off! Go to thelumebox.com/dhru and get your Red Light device. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This episode is brought to you by Cozy Earth, Lifeforce, and Lumebox. Despite significant strides in cancer research over the past two decades, there remains a vast realm of uncertainty surrounding the impact of various cancers on individuals. Amidst the proliferation of cancer discourse on social media, distinguishing evidence-based information from conjecture can prove challenging. Today’s guest is here to untangle all the complexities. Today, on The Dhru Purohit Show, Dhru sits down with Dr. Joseph Zundell to discuss the research behind cancer prevention. Dr. Zundell shares the lifestyle factors that influence the development of cancer and the cutting-edge technologies for early cancer detection. Dr. Joe Zundell received his Ph.D. in cancer biology through the University of the Sciences and The Wistar Institute in Philadelphia, PA. He has over ten years of cancer research experience as a cancer biologist. Much of his published research has focused on finding new therapies for the treatment of many different cancer types based on the epigenetic and metabolic characteristics of cancers. In this episode, Dhru and Dr. Zundell dive into (audio version / Apple Subscriber version): Technology for early detection of cancer (4:55 / 4:55) Obesity and visceral fats link to cancer (22:56 /19:30) Exercising to build muscle and for longevity (28:57 / 25:06) Protein intake and the metabolic process  (35:00 / 30:23) Fasting mimicking diet before chemotherapy (47:14 / 42:17) Otto Werberg’s research (53:17 / 49:39) Cancer as a metabolic disease (58:15 / 53:40) An overview of Dr. Thomas Seyfried’s work and Dr. Zundell’s viewpoint (1:07:07  / 1:02:08) Dr. Zundell’s views on what needs additional research (1:09:43 / 1:05:09) Dr. Zundell’s origin story (1:18:54 / 1:13:00) Socioeconomic status and its impact on disease (1:30:37/ 1:26:38) Rapid fire community questions (1:34:02 / 1:28:35) Also mentioned in this episode: Dr. Zundell’s research  Get $300 off Prenuvo at prenuvo.com/dhru (not an affiliate link) Ezra Test  Fasting and Caloric Restriction in Cancer Prevention and Treatment Professor Valter Longo's Study  Right now, get 40% off your Cozy Earth sheets. Just head over to cozyearth.com and use code DHRUP. Right now, you can save $250 on your first diagnostic and get personalized suggestions. Optimize your longevity and track your progress go to mylifeforce.com/dhru!  Lumebox is offering my community $260 off their FDA-approved portable Red Light device!  That's over 50% off! Go to thelumebox.com/dhru and get your Red Light device. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This episode is brought to you by Lumebox, Lifeforce, and AirDoctor.  In our busy and stressful lives, it’s easy to feel lost while trying to discover our true purpose or potential. Our mental loops can become stuck on inadequacy and a constant state of unfulfillment. How do we stop the loop and break free? Today’s guest is here to show us how to Level Up during those challenging moments and unlock our heart’s true desires. Today, on The Dhru Purohit Show, Dhru sits down with Rob Dial to discuss what prevents us from taking action when we feel lost and how the story of our identity holds us back. Rob shares the research and patterns he has found that can help us discover our passions and how he uses fears as an empowerment tool to navigate the next steps. From creating habits that stick to visualizing the world you want to manifest, Rob guides us in overcoming our blocks and continuing our journey to a more fulfilling life. Rob Dial is a high-performance coach, author of Level Up, and creator & host of the Mindset Mentor podcast. With over 17 years of experience in personal development, Rob empowers individuals to overcome mental limitations and unlock their hidden potential. Drawing from neuroscience, psychology, and his journey, he helps his listeners and readers make meaningful changes and master their mindset for a more fulfilling life. In this episode, Dhru and Rob dive into (audio version / Apple Subscriber version): What prevents individuals from taking action (0:00:25 / 0:00:25) The relationship between identity and belief systems (3:40 / 3:40) Identity as multiple parts of yourself (10:05 / 6:34) The stories we create and the importance of challenging them (13:30 / 12:16) Not knowing where to start and trying new things (25:00 / 21:40) Rob’s journey to pursue his passion (30:50 / 25:38) Following and assessing your energy (37:40 / 32:30) Real versus imagined fear and how it holds us back (41:20 / 36:33) Myths about purpose (54:30 / 49:26) Addiction as unresolved pain and trauma (57:58 / 53:15) How to step into your purpose (1:15:09 / 1:10:37) Visualizing the world you want (1:25:24 / 1:21:05) Creating habits that stick (1:35:12 / 1:30:15) Also mentioned in this episode: Level Up Rob’s book  To learn more about Rob, follow him on Instagram, or his website.  Lumebox is offering my community $260 off their FDA-approved portable Red Light device!  That's over 50% off! Go to thelumebox.com/dhru and get your Red Light device.  Right now, you can save $250 on your first diagnostic and get personalized suggestions. Optimize your longevity and track your progress go to mylifeforce.com/dhru!  AirDoctor is offering my community $300 off. Just go to dhrupurohit.com/filter/ to clean up your home’s air and feel better today.   Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This episode is brought to you by Momentous and Lumebox.  The supplement industry has experienced exponential growth, inundating consumers with a plethora of new recommendations. Navigating through the abundance of information to discern genuine needs and what is actually beneficial for longevity can be challenging. Today’s guest is here to help us navigate the research and clarify what is truly worth taking.  Today, on The Dhru Purohit Show, Dhru sits down with Dr. Brad Stanfield to discuss the research behind the top supplements that are beneficial for longevity and the ones that fall short based on the studies. Dr. Stanfield shares the benefits of creatine, collagen peptides, and hyaluronic acid serums. He also discusses the importance of a quality multivitamin, adequate fiber, and the best way to take daily supplements. If you are looking to deep dive into the world of supplements, this episode is for you.   Dr. Brad Stanfield is a primary care physician hailing from Auckland, New Zealand who has garnered over 200,000 followers on YouTube for his video segments related to longevity-promoting strategies. In this episode, Dhru and Dr. Stanfield dive into (audio version / Apple Subscriber version): The top three longevity supplements that are overhyped (0:00:33 / 0:00:33) The impact of lifestyle changes and lifestyle coaching (19:22 / 17:35) What we know about rapamycin (22:22 / 20:15) The slam dunk evidence behind creatine for recovery and cognition (24:47 / 22:40) Collagen peptides as a wrinkle reducer (31:05 / 27:15) Hyaluronic acid serums versus supplements (33:23 / 29:28) Increasing fiber intake with psyllium husk (39:45 / 36:06) The data behind Omega 3s and testing levels (45:28 / 41:41) Are daily multivitamins helpful? (55:49 / 52:00) The best way to take your daily supplements (1:01:53 / 58:06) Dr. Stanfield’s daily smoothie recommendation (1:03:50 / 59:41) Optimal protein intake (1:06:18 / 1:02:35) Exercise is more protective for health than any supplement (1:13:04 / 1:09:22) The fundamentals of a healthy diet (1:19:30 / 1:15:47)  Dr. Stanfield’s journey (1:21:50 / 1:18:09) Also mentioned in this episode: Dr. Stanfield's Video: Resveratrol To learn more about Dr. Stanfield, follow him on Twitter, YouTube, or his website.  Optimize your Omega-3 levels by choosing a quality fish oil made by and used by the best. Go to livemomentous.com and enter promo code DHRU to get 20% off any order.  Lumebox is offering my community $260 off their FDA-approved portable Red Light device! That's over 50% off! Go to thelumebox.com/dhru and get your Red Light device.  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This episode is brought to you by Birch Living and Bioptimizers.  According to today’s guest, the seeds of Alzheimer’s are planted at least twenty years before a diagnosis. So, it’s never too early to think about the lifestyle changes that can influence brain health and the risk of developing neurodegenerative diseases. Dr. David Perlmutter shows us what we can do to protect our brain health and lower our risk.   Today on The Dhru Purohit Show, Dhru sits down with Dr. David Perlmutter to discuss research around the top four factors that can determine the risk of developing Alzheimer’s and his lifestyle tips on prevention. Dr. Perlmutter shares the tools we can use to analyze our brain’s use of energy and discusses the importance of engaging in physically and mentally stimulating activities. He also shares his hot takes on the community’s top questions and reiterates the importance of changing our minds and keeping up with the latest research.   Dr. David Perlmutter is a Board-Certified Neurologist and five-time New York Times bestselling author. He serves on the Board of Directors and is a Fellow of the American College of Nutrition. He is the author of Grain Brain, among other books, and his most recent book, Drop Acid. He serves as a member of the Editorial Board for the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease and has published extensively in peer-reviewed scientific journals, including Archives of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and The Journal of Applied Nutrition. In this episode, Dhru and Dr. Perlmutter dive into (audio version / Apple Subscriber version): Early warning signs of Alzheimer’s and dementia (00:00:40 / 00:00:40)  Influences you can have over your lifestyle (6:50 / 5:44)  4 factors that determine our risk of Alzheimer’s (12:28 / 11:00) The role of oral microbiome in our brain health (28:41 / 25:31)  Tools to analyze our brain’s use of energy (31:49 / 28:46) The risks of a sedentary lifestyle on brain health (34:06 / 30:55) The importance of engaging in mentally and physically stimulating activities (49:10 / 45:30) Sleep as a powerful pillar in Alzheimer's prevention (52:30 / 49:35) Key supplements for brain health (58:46 / 55:40)  Future therapeutics that could help Alzheimer’s patients (1:20:10 / 1:17:20) Dr. Perlmutter’s hot takes on community questions (1:23:13 / 1:20:10) Also mentioned in this episode: Fygg toothpaste  Try This-Can Multivitamins Prevent Dementia  To get 20% off your Birch Living mattress plus two free eco-rest pillows, head over to birchliving.com/dhru today. Go to bioptimizers.com/dhru now and enter promo code DHRU10 to get 10% off any order and up to 2 travel-size bottles of Magnesium Breakthrough for a limited time.  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This episode is brought to you by AquaTru and Lumebox.  Environmental toxins, such as PFAs present in nonstick cookware, pose significant health risks, including increased risk of chronic diseases, fertility issues, hypertension, and thyroid complications. These kitchen toxins are particularly concerning as they can infiltrate our bodies through the food we consume, food preparation surfaces, and even our drinking water. By understanding the impact of these hidden chemicals and their common sources, we empower ourselves to make informed consumer choices, minimize exposure, and foster better health outcomes for ourselves and our families. Today on The Dhru Purohit Show, Dhru sits down with environmental educator Lara Adler to discuss environmental toxins in our home. Lara shares the top sources of plastic and toxic cookware in our kitchens and how we can reduce our daily exposure without feeling overwhelmed. Lara Adler is an Environmental Health Educator and Science Communicator who teaches health professionals and individuals with health-based businesses to better understand the role of environmental chemical exposures in causing or contributing to chronic health issues so they can more comprehensively support the clients/patients they serve. In this episode, Dhru and Lara dive into (audio version / Apple Subscriber version): What cookware we should absolutely avoid (00:00:15 / 00:00:15)  What the PFA’s in nonstick cookware are linked to (1:10 / 1:10) Particles released by nonstick cookware and what we should focus on (3:23 / 3:23)  What should we move towards in cookware (9:37 / 8:03)  Top sources of plastic in our homes and how to reduce our exposure (16:13 / 14:39) Preventing cancer through lifestyle practices (22:14  / 20:52) Cocktail effect (27:20 / 26:06)  Easy swaps at home (36:15 / 32:35) What to do about plastics we can’t avoid  (42:55 / 39:50) What to look for in cleaning products (48:42 / 44:56) The impact of toxins on sperm (57:12 / 53:48) Food, water, and plastics as priorities to focus on (1:04:07 / 1:00:45)  Toxins in ultra-processed foods (1:08:56 / 1:04:55)  The importance of clean water (1:18:56 / 1:15:37) Also mentioned in this episode: Lara’s Shopping Suggestions  AquaTru is a countertop reverse osmosis purifier with a four-stage filtration system that removes 15x more contaminants than the bestselling water filters out there. Go to dhrupurohit.com/filter/ and get $100 off when you try AquaTru for yourself.  Lumebox is offering my community $260 off their FDA-approved portable Red Light device!  That's over 50% off! Go to thelumebox.com/dhru and get your Red Light device.  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This episode is brought to you by Cozy Earth, AquaTru, and Lumebox.  With our busy modern lives, we often rely on quick and often processed foods while on the run. However, we know there are enormous health benefits when we cook at home and together. Today’s guest is here to share his mission of bringing cooking back into the kitchen with our loved ones. Today on The Dhru Purohit Show, Dhru sits down with Kimbal Musk to discuss his new cookbook. Kimbal shares his journey in cooking and what ultimately led him to open his restaurant. He also discusses why society has moved away from cooking at home and how we can bring healthy cooking back into our homes. Additionally, he shares why he became passionate about the regenerative movement and the formidable experiences in his life that shaped how he looks at preparing and cooking for his community. Kimbal Musk is a South African-born entrepreneur, philanthropist, and restaurateur.  In the early 2000s, Kimbal Musk shifted his focus to the culinary world and embarked on a mission to promote sustainable and locally sourced food. He founded The Kitchen, a family of restaurants prioritizing farm-to-table practices and aiming to impact the food system positively. He co-founded Big Green, a non-profit organization that builds outdoor learning gardens in schools to teach children about the importance of fresh, healthy food.  In this episode, Dhru and Kimbal dive into (audio version / Apple Subscriber version): The power of community (1:00 / 1:00)  Challenges to cooking at home (3:47 / 3:47) Kimbal’s cooking journey after September 11th (8:26 / 5:34) Kimbal’s experience with food as a child (15:05 / 12:10) How Kimbal’s restaurant in Boulder came about (18:45  /15:50) The journey to create the cookbook (25:40 / 22:50) Growing up during the Apartheid in South Africa (30:00 / 25:00) Connecting to the animal you plan to eat (35:10 / 30:30) Kimbal’s favorite recipes (38:35 / 33:37) Regenerative movement and Kimbal’s passion for it (41:15 / 36:18) Innovation tips for cooking at home (48:41 / 43:43) What Kimbal has changed his mind about (53:50 / 49:20) Final Thoughts (58:55 / 53:50)  Also mentioned in this episode: The Kitchen Cookbook  The Kitchen  Right now, get 40% off your Cozy Earth sheets. Just head over to cozyearth.com and use code DHRUP. AquaTru is a countertop reverse osmosis purifier with a four-stage filtration system that removes 15x more contaminants than the bestselling water filters out there. Go to dhrupurohit.com/filter/ and get $100 off when you try AquaTru for yourself.  Lumebox is offering my community $260 off their FDA-approved portable Red Light device!  That's over 50% off! Go to thelumebox.com/dhru and get your Red Light device.  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The current thoughts around LDL cholesterol center on the fact that there is no scenario in which high LDL numbers could occur in healthy individuals. Traditionally, the belief is high levels of LDL can lead to a greater risk of cardiovascular disease regardless of metabolic health. Today’s guest is here to share his hypothesis and research on how higher cholesterol levels in metabolically fit individuals could be a physiological response rather than a pathological response that can lead to disease.  Today on The Dhru Purohit Show, Dhru sits down with Dave Feldman to discuss high levels of LDL in metabolically healthy individuals. Dave shares the current research on high LDL and cardiovascular disease in individuals eating a ketogenic diet. He also shares his personal approach to focusing on metabolic health and the key markers critical to overall health. Dave discusses the process and findings of the Oreo experiment conducted by his colleague and explains why this experiment further proves their hypothesis on how LDL particles move through the body.  Dave Feldman is a software and platform engineer, entrepreneur, and founder of the Citizen Science Foundation. Through a series of self-experiments and partnering with formal researchers, he has since published the "Lipid Energy Model," which may explain this phenomenon.  In this episode, Dhru and Dave dive into (audio version / Apple Subscriber version): Dave’s hypothesis on LDL (00:24 /00:24) Rethinking our approach to high LDL (2:17 / 2:17)  The research on high LDL and cardiovascular disease (10:00 / 6:48)  The Oreo experiment and what it shows about fat adaptation (17:23 / 13:45) The pushback to lean mass hyper responder (27:36 / 24:15)  Soft plaque versus hard plaque and the risk of cardiovascular disease (37:50 / 35:04)  Dave’s personal approach in focusing on overall metabolic health (51:42 / 48:30)  Fasting Insulin and Vitamin D (59:33 / 53:45)  Endothelial health and cardiovascular health (1:03:28 / 57:45)  The vegan’s twin study and the correlation to LDL (1:21:17 / 1:15:49) Dhru’s experience (1:32:17 / 1:26:36)  Also mentioned in this episode: Citizen Science Foundation  Oreo Cookie Treatment Nicolas Norwitz, PhD Twitter  This episode is brought to you by LMNT, Momentous, and Lumebox.  Right now, LMNT is offering my listeners a free sample pack with any purchase. Head over to DrinkLMNT.com/dhru today. Optimize your Omega-3 levels by choosing a quality fish oil made by and used by the best. Go to livemomentous.com and enter promo code DHRU to get 20% off any order.  Lumebox is offering my community $260 off their FDA-approved portable Red Light device! That's over 50% off! Go to thelumebox.com/dhru and get your Red Light device. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This interview is for informational purposes and should not be used in place of an actual doctor's visit. Always work with your healthcare provider before making significant changes to your health or medical treatment plan. This episode is brought to you by Bioptimizers and Lumebox.  Dr. Thomas Seyfried's groundbreaking research approaches cancer as a metabolic dysfunction and addresses its root cause. Although controversial, this approach has provided hope for practitioners and cancer patients. Today on The Dhru Purohit Podcast, Dhru sits down with Den Stacey, who, after being diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer, embarked on a journey seeking guidance from the Hippocrates Research Foundation and ultimately became cancer-free. The HRF Team of Daniel Orrego, Dr. Gregory Howard, and Dr. Michelle Howard describe their research and approach to guiding those diagnosed with cancer, including implementing a protocol that starves the cancer and fuels the body. In this episode, Dhru and the guests dive into (audio version / Apple Subscriber version): Den’s email to Dhru that led to this remarkable conversation (2:55 / 2:55) Treating dogs with cancer through metabolic treatment (18:36 / 16:36 ) The protocol and how individuals seek out treatment (25:14 / 22:37 )  Critical disclaimers (28:40 / 26:34) Den’s journey and treatment (36:08 / 31:46)  Dr. Seyfried’s view of cancer versus the traditional view of cancer (50:55/ 46:41) Starving the cancer while fueling the body: The protocol (1:07:00 / 1:04:07) Den’s journey to no evidence of disease (1:45:00 /1:40:29)  The pros and cons of liquid biopsies in cancer prevention (2:00:00 / 1:53:25)  The tools used in stress management, mitochondrial support, and overall health (2:02:10 / 1:57:44) Also mentioned in this episode: Den’s Study Hippocrates Research Foundation  Go to bioptimizers.com/dhru now and enter promo code DHRU10 to get 10% off any order and up to 2 travel-size bottles of Magnesium Breakthrough for a limited time.  Lumebox is offering my community $260 off their FDA-approved portable Red Light device! That's over 50% off! Go to thelumebox.com/dhru and get your Red Light device. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This episode is brought to you by Vivobarefoot and Lumebox.  We’ve heard the experts tell us the importance of maintaining muscle mass and strength training as we age. But, for some of us, it may feel like this advice came too late in life. Today's guest is here to share that it’s never too late to focus on building and maintaining muscle and becoming active.  Today, on the Dhru Purohit Show, Dhru sits down with competitive athlete Virginia (“Ginny”) MacColl to discuss the biggest myths about fitness as we age. Ginny shares her strength training journey, reversing her osteopenia and ultimately becoming the oldest person to complete an American Ninja Warrior obstacle at 71. Virginia MacColl, also known as Ginny, is a dancer and competitive athlete. Ginny began strength training, inspired by her daughter, Jessie Graff, who has gone farther than any female on American Ninja Warrior. At 63 years old, Ginny did her first pull-up and competed in American Ninja Warrior, making history at age 71 as the oldest person to complete an obstacle. She was named the oldest competitive female ninja athlete in the 2024 Guinness World Record Book.  In this episode, Dhru and Ginny dive into (audio version / Apple Subscriber version): The biggest myths about fitness (1:44 / 1:44)   Ginny’s story (9:33 / 7:13 )  Strength training as a method of getting diet in check (18:00 / 15:45)  How Ginny’s life has changed and how it has increased her confidence (24:11 / 22:03)  Moving parts don’t rust, and the power of “yet” (30:35 / 28:53)  The importance of social connections in Ginny’s life (34:55 / 31:39)  Finding your why and Ginny’s why (43:20 / 39:06) How Ginny meets her daily protein goals (53:20 / 48:18) Target levels of activity for Ginny, including walking (1:05:23 / 1:01:44)  How to get started as a beginner (1:10:15 / 1:05:57)  Also mentioned in this episode: Try This-Grip Strength and Longevity  Hello listeners, just a note that the audio quality on today’s podcast is not the best. However, this conversation was so meaningful that I didn't want my community to miss out on the overall message and the inspiration from Ginny’s story. Let your feet do their natural thing, and upgrade your shoes. Just go to vivobarefoot.com/dhru and use the code DHRU15 to get 15% off any order.  Lumebox is offering my community $260 off their FDA-approved portable Red Light device! That's over 50% off! Go to thelumebox.com/dhru and get your Red Light device.  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This episode is brought to you by Lumebox and AquaTru.  We understand that the quality of our relationships and connections within our community leads to a more fulfilling life and promotes happiness. However, communicating authentically and genuinely aren’t necessarily traits we're born with or that come naturally. Charles Duhigg is here to show us how we can change the way we communicate, add more meaning to our relationships, and extend our lifespan.  Today, on the Dhru Purohit Show, Dhru sits down with author and writer Charles Duhigg to discuss how to become a supercommunicator. Charles shares the top traits that super communicators practice in conversations and how these practices can lead to deeper and more meaningful relationships. He also delves into the science behind how these traits can promote longevity and overall happiness. If you're seeking guidance on becoming a better communicator, even with people you fundamentally disagree with, this episode is for you! Charles Duhigg is the author of The Power of Habit, about the science of habit formation in our lives, companies, and societies, and Smarter Faster Better, about the science of productivity. He currently writes at The New Yorker Magazine, and until a few years ago, was a reporter at the New York Times. There, he wrote “The iEconomy,” which focused on Apple and won a Pulitzer prize for explanatory reporting in 2013.  In this episode, Dhru and Charles dive into (audio version / Apple Subscriber version): The top mistakes people make that prevent genuine connection (00:24 / 00:24) Ask yourself, why am I choosing to speak? (3:25 / 3:25)  Looping for understanding (6:27 /6:27) Neuro Alignment during conversations (10:09 / 7:58) Listening to learn about the other person (15:57 / 13:53) Acquiring the right tools (23:20 / 21:11) Keywords and demeanor and what they signal (25:37 / 23:30) Words or responses that show a communication disconnect (34:23 / 30:35) Why you should want to be a supercommunicator (39:55 / 35:57)  Every conversation is a quiet negotiation (53:45/ 50:02) How to connect with people who have different viewpoints (1:12:00/ 1:08:20) Four rules of a meaningful conversation (1:12:50 / 1:09:10) How super communication manifests to external success (1:24:10 / 1:22:12) Also mentioned in this episode: Charles’ new book: Supercommunicators: How to Unlock the Secret Language of Connection Charles’ substack  Hello listeners! I could use your feedback about the podcast. If you click here and answer this question, it would mean the world to me. Lumbeox is offering my community $260 off their FDA-approved portable Red Light device! That's over 50% off! Go to thelumebox.com/dhru and get your Red Light device.  AquaTru is a countertop reverse osmosis purifier with a four-stage filtration system that removes 15x more contaminants than the bestselling water filters out there. Go to dhrupurohit.com/filter/ and get $100 off when you try AquaTru for yourself.  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This episode is brought to you by Momentous and AquaTru.  We know that olive oil has many benefits, including being a heart-healthy fat rich in antioxidants and polyphenols. But with numerous olive oil bottles on the market, it's hard to know which one to choose, especially considering that olive oil is one of the top three adulterated foods. Today’s guest is here to delve deep into olive oil and educate us on how to incorporate this oil into our healthy diets.   Today, on the Dhru Purohit Show, Dhru sits down with Nicholas Coleman, an international expert on olive oil. Nicholas shares olive oil's history and incredible benefits, guiding us through selecting high-quality oil. He also explains the differences between fraudulent labeling, adulterated oil, and how to cook with olive oil appropriately. Nicholas Coleman is an international olive oil expert, educator, speaker, and co-founder of Grove and Vine, a bespoke full-service olive oil procurement center. He has taught oil courses for The International Culinary Center, Zagat's Master Class, Bon Appetit, The Institute of Culinary Education, Cornell, Yale, NYU, and Columbia University, Platinum Country Clubs, and to critically acclaimed chefs and sommeliers nationwide. He has been a judge at The New York International Olive Oil Competition and the Sol D'Oro Southern Hemisphere Competition.  In this episode, Dhru and Nicholas dive into (audio version / Apple Subscriber version): How Italians and Greeks use olive oil (2:17 / 2:17) The health benefits of olive oil (3:15 / 3:15)  The history of olive oil (11:35 / 9:33) Fraudulent labeling versus adulterated olive oil (18:12 / 16:08) Cutting olive oil with seed oils (22:18 / 20:16) How olive oil became popular in America (27:22 / 25:20) Should you cook with olive oil (38:12 / 34:58) Smoke point and denaturing oil (42:13 / 38:35) High-quality oils, levels of polyphenols, and filtering (43:52 / 40:15) Lack of regulation in the olive oil industry (55:29 / 51:56) What to look for in a quality olive oil (1:01:07 / 57:29)  Nicholas’ story and Grove and Vine (1:17:50 / 1:14:12) Also mentioned in this episode: Try This: How to Spot Fake Olive Oil Try This: Upgrade Your Honey  www.groveandvine.com discount code DP24 to receive $20 off either a 375ml or 1500 ml extra virgin olive oil membership For more on Nicholas, follow him on Instagram and Twitter.  Optimize your Omega-3 levels by choosing a quality fish oil made by and used by the best. Go to livemomentous.com and enter promo code DHRU to get 20% off any order.  AquaTru is a countertop reverse osmosis purifier with a four-stage filtration system that removes 15x more contaminants than the bestselling water filters out there. Go to dhrupurohit.com/filter/ and get $100 off when you try AquaTru for yourself. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This episode is brought to you by Cozy Earth and Air Doctor.  Over seventy percent of homes in the United States have a species of mold present, and this trend is only expected to rise. This statistic becomes even more alarming when we consider that mold can affect individuals with autoimmune conditions and neurodegenerative diseases and lead to chronic inflammation, fatigue, and brain fog. Today's guest is here to dive deep into the topic of mold, educate us, and ultimately empower us to take action to keep ourselves and our families safe. Today, on The Dhru Purohit Show, Dhru sits down with Michael Rubino to discuss the increasing prevalence of mold in our homes and the reasons behind it. Michael highlights the four most toxic mold species, what should raise concern for us, and the top three actions we can take to protect ourselves. He also reveals the results of Dhru's Dust Test and guides us through methods of removing mold from our homes. Michael Rubino is the Founder of HomeCleanse, President of the Change the Air Foundation, and Host of the Never Been Sicker podcast. As a council-certified Mold Remediator, he specializes in helping immunocompromised individuals with mold exposure reactions. His upcoming book, set for release in 2024, serves as a comprehensive guide to mold remediation, reflecting his dedication to improving global indoor air quality. In this episode, Dhru and Michael dive into (audio version / Apple Subscriber version): Mold is the number one toxin in the home (2:33 / 2:33)  What is the source of mold that most people are dealing with (6:31 / 6:31) Memorable client testimonials (11:51 / 10:44 )  When there is a cause for concern and what to look for (17:00 / 16:00)  The four most toxic molds (18:56 / 17:36) How mold damages our body through self-preservation (22:20 / 20:46) Why some people are more impacted by mold than others (24:57 / 23:38) How do you know if you have mold in your home (26:48 / 25:59)  How the Dust Test works and Dhru’s test results (31:49 / 32:38) Top three actions you can immediately take to protect yourself (42:45 / 39:48) The top sources of water damage in homes (35:30 / 42:30)  How to remove mold (49:07 / 46:23 ) How Michael started his journey (58:15 / 55:23) Bacteria and their impact on your health (1:15:40 / 1:12:50)  Naturally detoxing your body and simple actions you can take (1:22:00 / 1:19:10)  Also mentioned in this episode: Dhru’s Dust Test Results https://www.themichaelrubino.com/ https://www.thedusttest.com/ Never Been Sicker Podcast  Right now, get 40% off your Cozy Earth sheets. Just head over to cozyearth.com and use code DHRUP. AirDoctor is offering my community $300 off. Just go to dhrupurohit.com/filter/ to clean up your home’s air and feel better today. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This episode is brought to you by Vivobarefoot and AquaTru.  Chronic pain impacts millions of people, and yet traditional methods focus solely on pain management, failing to address the root cause of the pain. Today’s guest is here to share a groundbreaking approach to treating pain, revealing that the brain creates pain as a signal of an underlying emotional issue that needs to be addressed, and treatment can be achieved by rewiring our brains.  Today, on The Dhru Purohit Show, Dhru sits down with Dr. Howard Schubiner to discuss why chronic pain is more prevalent and how it is connected to our brains. Dr. Schubiner explains why the current approach to pain management is flawed and why Emotional Awareness and Expression Therapy has been clinically proven to be more effective in treating chronic pain compared to traditional forms of treatment. He also explores how adverse childhood experiences can trigger chronic pain later in life and how we can rewire our brains, ultimately changing our response to pain. Dr. Howard Schubiner is an internist, pediatrician, and the Mind-Body Medicine Center director at Ascension Providence Hospital in Southfield, Michigan. He is a clinical professor at the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine and has authored more than 100 publications in scientific journals and books, including three books, Unlearn Your Pain.  In this episode, Dhru and Dr. Schubiner dive into (audio version / Apple Subscriber version): Why back pain has doubled in the last twenty years (2:24 / 2:24) What is pain in the body (5:36 / 5:36)  The current approach to pain and pain management is broken (11:13 / 8:55)  The Symptom Perception Model and its effectiveness (18:30 / 16:09) Incentives that lead to failure in the system (20:03 / 17:45) Why MRIs don’t provide a complete picture of the pain (25:00 / 23:07) Adverse childhood experiences and the relationship to pain (31:50 / 28:00) Awareness of how the brain generates pain (37:15 / 33:09) Tools for assessing and combating pain (44:51 / 40:54)  Pain reprocessing therapy: Changing your response to the pain (51:38 / 47:46)  What is Emotional Awareness and Expression Therapy (59:50 / 56:00)  Next steps on addressing chronic pain (1:21:00 / 1:17:13)   Also mentioned in this episode: Unlearn Your Pain website Reign of Pain  PPD/TMS Peer Network Curable App Cure of Chronic Pain Let your feet do their natural thing, and upgrade your shoes. Just go to vivobarefoot.com/dhru and use the code DHRU15 to get 15% off any order.  AquaTru is a countertop reverse osmosis purifier with a four-stage filtration system that removes 15x more contaminants than the bestselling water filters out there. Go to dhrupurohit.com/filter/ and get $100 off when you try AquaTru for yourself.  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This episode is brought to you by Birch Living, Bioptimizers, and AquaTru.  There is so much conflicting and outdated advice on weight loss and calories in and out. Although some of this advice may initially lead to weight loss, it does not always result in long-term weight loss, sustainable habits, and overall health. Today’s guest is here to break down the research, myths, and advice to help us navigate what actually works in the realm of weight loss and what can be disregarded.  Today on The Dhru Purohit Show, Dhru sits down with Dr. Morgan Nolte to discuss why weight gain and insulin resistance have become more prevalent and what we can do to change our relationship with insulin and ultimately maintain ideal weight.  Dr. Morgan Nolte is a board-certified clinical specialist in geriatric physical therapy. She recognized a need for preventative education and care that focuses on reversing risk factors instead of just treating symptoms. That led her to focus on developing online courses and coaching programs that help adults reverse insulin resistance for long-term weight loss and disease prevention. In this episode, Dhru and Dr. Nolte dive into (audio version / Apple Subscriber version): Why unwanted weight gain and insulin resistance have become the norm (2:30 / 2:30) Aging and how that changes our relationship with insulin (16:17 / 13:35)  How calories drive eating behavior (25:02 / 21:28)  Tips for keeping the weight off (30:26 / 28:04) Sustainability by adding in rather than removing (37:35 / 34:12) Dr. Nolte’s tips for navigating conflicting advice (42:35 / 38:41) Breaking down carbohydrates (50:55 / 46:50)  Optimal fiber levels (1:05:06 / 1:00:47) Four pillars to a low insulin lifestyle (1:08:44 / 1:04:24) Toxic traits that damage mindset (1:20:10 / 1:06:03) The impact of sleep on your appetite (1:26:37 / 1:22:26) Strength training and stress management for optimal insulin levels (1:35:40 / 1:31:16 ) Understanding the why behind your goals and what actions you are taking (1:44:25 /1:40:20) Also mentioned in this episode: Zivli Ultimate Food Guide  Dr. Nolte’s episode with Dr. Lyon  You’re probably eating way too much protein To get 20% off your Birch Living mattress plus two free eco-rest pillows, head over to birchliving.com/dhru today. Start the New Year off right and dial in on your sleep. Go to bioptimizers.com/dhru now and enter promo code DHRU10 to get 10% off any order. AquaTru is a countertop reverse osmosis purifier with a four-stage filtration system that removes 15x more contaminants than the bestselling water filters out there. Go to dhrupurohit.com/filter/ and get $100 off when you try AquaTru for yourself.  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This episode is brought to you by LMNT, Momentous, and Pique Life.  Infertility rates and population decline are skyrocketing, and it's not just about couples choosing not to have kids. The real story is that our current lifestyles are wielding a mighty influence in this alarming decline, and the same factors that influence overall health impact fertility.  Today on The Dhru Purohit Podcast, Dhru sits down with Ronit Menashe and Vida Delrahim, co-founders of WeNatal, to unveil the staggering crisis of plummeting populations and fertility rates. Ronit and Vida share the critical role of environmental toxins and metabolic dysfunction in causing low fertility. They also break down the research on infertility and population decline and dish out the keys to unlocking fertility including quality sleep, diet, movement, and stress reduction.  Ronit Menashe and Vida Delrahim are the co-founders of WeNatal, a prenatal supplement company intentionally designed for women and men. Ronit and Vida are also advocates for couples and individuals who aren’t aware of how the modern world and the toxic environment that we all live in could be impacting our fertility journeys. In this episode, Dhru, Ronit, and Vida dive into (audio version / Apple Subscriber version): The shocking rates of population decline and low fertility rates (2:56 / 2:56) Lower sperm levels in men (12:51 / 8:54) The role of environmental toxins on fertility (17:30 / 13:48) Infertility in women and increased rates of miscarriages (19:08 / 15:30) The one percent effect (24:50 / 21:13)  Reproductive health as a sign of overall health (29:07 / 25:48) Ronit and Vida’s personal story (37:47 / 32:44) The role of IVF (42:42 / 37:14) The three main root causes of infertility (56:12 / 51:12)  Concluding thoughts on fertility and why WeNatal (1:13:47 / 1:08:41) Ronit and Vida’s mission (1:20:21 / 1:15:27) Also mentioned in this episode: WeNatal.com/Dhru to get a FREE 30-day supply of fish oil ($34.95 value) with a subscription WeNatal Slides The 17-year time lag in research Of Boys and Men book Right now, LMNT is offering my listeners a free sample pack with any purchase. Head over to DrinkLMNT.com/dhru today. Optimize your Omega-3 levels by choosing a quality fish oil made by and used by the best. Go to livemomentous.com and enter promo code DHRU to get 20% off any order.  For a limited time, Pique is offering my community up to 20% off of their Fasting Bundles PLUS an exclusive gift. Go to Piquelife.com/Dhru to redeem this exclusive offer today!  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Feb 4th
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Annika Ringaby Woehr

Such an excellent episode. Many important tools that anyone can learn.

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Maximus Meridius

How in the world can you say that sugar and insulin spike and that's not a problem?

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Martin Chan

Loved it. I listen to all you podcast, look forward to them and pass themon to close friendsat work.. Cheers.

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Thomas Lambrecht

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David Nicolas

Love the breath knowledge from James Nestor

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Alexandra Victoria

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Annika Ringaby Woehr

soooooo good! thank you for introducing me to this artist! I will buy his book. Such deep and important conversations!!

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Carla

really great advice about why we get stuck

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Holly Anderson

OMG, hearing Meghan tell her story is so much like mine... I've had a complete 180 in my health and went through similar experiences with doctors. I had to fix myself and I did! Thanks for the great podcast!

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David C

I'm a recent subscriber and I just wanted to say thanks for this week's topic. I'm looking forward to listening to previous episodes.

Feb 10th
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MDR

Didn't want to text you but leaving a comment instead. Enjoyed this content a lot, made a lot of sense, I could relate to it a lot and it helps me look at how I'm doing things, and how I can move myself forward. Being hard on ourselves every day is one area that resonated most, but I can use/work with the other tips also. Thanks!

Jan 7th
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Mariam Korea

Absolutely love this podcast series! I learn so much from different professionals in different areas on my drive to school every single day. Dhru is an exceptional host and conversationalist, keeps you interested throughout the entire interview.

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Niclas Daniels

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Jul 5th
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Sanja Lovrečič

Love it!

May 22nd
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