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#256 ‒ The endocrine system: exploring thyroid, adrenal, and sex hormones | Peter Attia, M.D.
#255 ‒ Latest therapeutics in CVD, APOE’s role in Alzheimer’s disease and CVD, familial hypercholesterolemia, and more | John Kastelein, M.D., Ph.D.
#253 ‒ Hormone replacement therapy and the Women’s Health Initiative: re-examining the results, the link to breast cancer, and weighing the risk vs reward of HRT | JoAnn Manson, M.D.
#252 ‒ Latest insights on Alzheimer’s disease, cancer, exercise, nutrition, and fasting | Rhonda Patrick, Ph.D.
The impact of stress on our physical and emotional health | Robert Sapolsky, Ph.D. (#51 rebroadcast)
#251 - AMA #46: Optimizing brain health: Alzheimer's disease risk factors, APOE, prevention strategies, and more
#250 ‒ Training principles for longevity | Andy Galpin, Ph.D. (PART II)
#249 ‒ How the brain works, Andrew’s fascinating backstory, improving scientific literacy, and more | Andrew Huberman, Ph.D.
#248 ‒ OUTLIVE book: A behind-the-scenes look into the writing of this book, motivation, main themes, and more
#247 ‒ Preventing cardiovascular disease: the latest in diagnostic imaging, blood pressure, metabolic health, and more | Ethan Weiss, M.D.
#246 - AMA #45: Pros and cons of GLP-1 weight loss drugs and metformin as a geroprotective agent
#245 ‒ Overcoming trauma, finding inner peace, and living a meaningful and fulfilling life | Lewis Howes
#244 ‒ The history of the cell, cell therapy, gene therapy, and more | Siddhartha Mukherjee
#243 ‒ The fentanyl crisis and why everyone should be paying attention | Anthony Hipolito
#242 - AMA #44: Peter’s historical changes in body composition with his evolving dietary, fasting, and training protocols
#241 ‒ Living intentionally, valuing time, prioritizing relationships, and more keys to a rich life | Ric Elias (Part 2)
#240 ‒ The confusion around HDL and its link to cardiovascular disease | Dan Rader, M.D.
#239 ‒ The science of strength, muscle, and training for longevity | Andy Galpin, Ph.D. (PART I)
#238 – AMA #43: Understanding apoB, LDL-C, Lp(a), and insulin as risk factors for cardiovascular disease
Around 100:00 mentions a discussion with Tom on the topic of socioeconomic variabilities, where can I find that conversation?
One of my favorite episodes on the drive so far
Hot personal take: I don't think that it is relevant to spend too much time looking at genetics when it comes to neurodegenerative diseases, except for some very specific rare cases. I think that looking at other factors such as stress, inflammation, metabolism, microbiota state, life style risk factors (poor sleep, diet, exercise, mental health...) would actually be more relevant in order to predict/treat these diseases. I am biased because I am an immunologist but I think that in particular inflammation status (which is influenced by all of the above factors) is a promising and possibly critical target area to evaluate, and more and more research is being done on the links between inflammation and neurodegenerative diseases.
Dr Galpin getting popular on the socials!
Fantastic episode. Very eye opening.
I love this and I hope you do these more often!
What a great way to offer an overview of your content. I'm very disciplined at listening to the full episodes however I know a lot of people aka my husband who cannot seem to digest the whole thing. These snippets make the whole topic super eqsy to understand and, furthermore, to incentivize acquiring more knowledge. Can't wait for the digital curriculum! ♡
LOVED the mashup format. Much easier to parse out the bottom line opinions that are personally relevant. More, please!
Excellent podcast. Can someone please explain this to our politicians in Canada.
I loved this episode!
the US Government and the Medical Industry are just as corrupt as you believe China to be... When people realize half of the big pharma companies are worse than Monsanto things may get ugly.
It was such an amazing conversation! Loved it!
another corrupt journalist who can't separate political bias from the truth.
Framing it as an issue of Chinese transparency and calling the Chinese government authoritarian a dozen times doesn't make you sound very unbiased. The US government is not and would not be more transparent if the roles were reversed and the Biden administration wants US intelligence to lead the investigation.
That is so wowww conversation for me, my life is tracking my glucose since the beginning of the this year, i dont have diebetes but my mother does and she always saying that i will not get save from that becouse all family has after 60 .. But i will not gonna be diebetic so i eat as one 😂 i am a geek glucose freak.. But my doctor doesnt understands me so i prefer to spend money on ketons and glucose stripes than shoes and clothes... Thanks for Sharing always i make me fell that i am not alone.
wow, scary episode. I pray this demonic oligarch is never in a position of power!
Omg t.. so importante to me to know I am pretty sure thal all my struggles is coming for insuline resistence as a genetic predesposition of bad function of pancreas of my family at in the old age being diabetic and dying with alzaihmer. Thanks Peter 🙏
Really informative episode...especially with the “shame/grandiose issue”....thank you!!
Such a powerful story. I was surprised and disappointed that, given the podcast is about longevity, so little attention was given to Neil's heart attack at 36, ostensibly due to unresolved PTSD. The show would have benefitted from further discussion about how those of us with trauma/PTSD need to address the issue in order to live a longer and more fulfilling life.