Dr. Satchin Panda is a bit of a ledge. He’s possibly the world’s most respected area in the field of Circadian rhythms and daily routines that optimise our health.
This is one of my favourites. Satchin is a real expert in his field. Enjoy.
And his new book is called
The Circadian Code: Lose Weight, Supercharge Your Energy, and Transform Your Health from Morning to Midnight.
After his addiction issues, he trained to help others affected by drugs and alcohol. That training helped him to form his own ideas around his new self development project. Part of Happy Days is about mapping your dreams, and setting your goals in an effective way. Who would have thought it? Celebrity hellraiser Brandon Block is now on the straight and narrow, and he's an absolutely lovely chap as well.
He starts by talking about just how bad things had got, when he was at his substance-abusing worst.
Check out Brandon Block's Happy Days group on Facebook.
Listen up if you want the extra 5/10/15% in your day to day life.
As well as the crazy influence your thyroid has on your health, we talk lifestyle and weight loss plans in harmony with paleo/primal/ancestral health principles.
Elle Russ wrote The Paleo Thyroid Solution. It dispels outdated, conventional thyroid wisdom, and provides the in-depth guidance necessary to achieve vibrant health, and optimise thyroid fat-burning hormone metabolism.
She knows her stuff.
Is it possible to feel calm and strong at the same time? I think so...
I've been getting more and more into Qi Gong workshops and youtube videos over the last couple of years, there's something about it that makes me feel chilled out and powerful, all at the same time. But I don't really know what I'm doing, hence today's guest.
Breathing exercises, Qi Gong, and eastern healing, are the subjects of this week's podcast on Zestology.
With my cool new friend Justin Ehrlich - https://www.justinehrlich.com/about-justin
Okay, if you are partial to the odd pie or sandwich, you need this podcast. I love this guy. Dr. William Davis hit the big time with his book on gluten years ago, and he's still crushing it worldwide.
Every day we eat food products made of wheat. Well I don't, having given it up years ago, but many do, and as a result millions of people experience some form of adverse health effect. They range from minor rashes and high blood sugar to the unattractive stomach bulges that preventative cardiologist Dr. William Davis calls ‘wheat bellies’.
In this podcast we discuss gluten sensitivity, how good / bad gluten is for us, and what we should do if have no symptoms at all and feel great after chowing down a large sandwich.
BONUS BITS: Also, there are great recommendations today on Vitamin D (which I've already acted on), and stand by for the crazy yoghurt chat, that's one of the best bits of the podcast.