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Podcast #106 – The Powers of Vitamin K2 w/ Dr. Kate Rhéaume-Bleue – Bulletproof Radio

Dave: Hey, everyone. It’s Dave Asprey with the Bulletproof Executive, funny enough, also with Bulletproof Executive Radio, the number-one ranked podcast on iTunes in the health category. Today’s Cool Fact of the Day is natto, which is a traditional Japanese food made from fermented soybeans with a bacterial starter. It has a really musty flavor,…


Bacon Wrapped Hot Dogs aka Danger Dogs

Hey, guys, I’m Jennifer Banz. Welcome back to Low Carb with Jennifer. Today I’m gonna show you how to make bacon wrapped hot dogs and no, it’s not as simple as just wrapping bacon around a hot dog. I will give you my tips and tricks on how to keep it good and so the…


Nick Andre: Engineering Nutrition: Chronic Disease and the Appropriate Human Diet

this talk is called engineering nutrition I think probably a lot of us here are software engineers and Googlers so it makes sense to kind of — one of the higher-level things is that I think the the ways in which software engineers tend to solve problems tend to lend themselves well to scenarios where…


Eating More to Weigh Less

“Eating More to Weigh Less” What happens if you have people add fruit to their regular diet? Three apples or three pears a day as snacks between meals on top of whatever else they were eating. Fruit is low in calories, but not zero, so if you add food to people’s diets, even healthy foods…


Preventing COPD with Diet

“Preventing COPD with Diet” The top three killers in the United States are no longer heart disease, cancer, and stroke. That was so 2010. Stroke moved down to number 4. Number 3 is now COPD, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease; respiratory diseases like emphysema. We know we can prevent, and even help treat, the other top…


Prolonged Liver Function Enhancement From Broccoli

“Prolonged Liver Function Enhancement from Broccoli” This study on cooked meat and the risk of breast cancer in Long Island women added to “the accumulating evidence that consumption of meats cooked by methods that promote carcinogen formation may increase [the] risk of postmenopausal breast cancer.” But, it also offered a clue as to how we…


Why Meat is the Best Worst Thing in the World 🍔

Humans love meat. Steak, fried chicken, bacon, pork belly, and sausages are just the best things! Eating meat has become so trivial that many people don’t consider something a proper meal if there’s no animal involved. Which is pretty amazing, since only a few decades ago meat was a luxury product. Today, you can get…


A Better Breakfast

“A Better Breakfast” According to this study, by far the most comprehensive of its kind in history, there are only three whole foods on the planet that have more antioxidant power than cloves. One of them is amla — dried Indian gooseberries. Now, not only is it more powerful, but also more palatable. You could…


Why is Nutrition Science so Complicated?

Consider the following sequence of events: -In 1945, an 82 day long battle between US Marine and Army forces and the Imperial Japanese Army was fought in the prefecture of Okinawa. This battle was considered one of the bloodiest in the pacific and resulted in the death of almost 150,000 Okinawans, roughly a third of…


Lowering Our Sodium to Potassium Ratio to Reduce Stroke Risk

[Music] more than a thousand years ago an ancient Persian medical text advised for the treatment of hypertension lifestyle interventions such as avoiding meat and pastries and recommended eating spinach a thousand years later research discovered that a single meal containing spinach could indeed reduce blood pressure thanks to its nitrate content all green leafy…