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Zestology: Energy, vitality and motivation

Author and TV presenter Tony Wrighton goes on a podcast adventure to find more energy, vitality and motivation. Packed with biohacking, science, health tech, supplements and some of the most respected and well-known experts on the planet. Oh, and occasionally all this experimentation goes wrong - you'll hear those too.
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Now displaying: November, 2017
Nov 27, 2017

I've been trying to get world tapping expert Nick Ortner on my podcast for ages. It's taken a while to persuade him! When I recorded a show with Ashley Meyer of the Energy Therapy Centre, it was one of the most popular. It's no lie to say that when I took 3 months off work because of illness, tapping was the thing that got me back on track. Now Nick has come on to give us the full tapping low down. Let's do tapping again.

Importantly, in this particular podcast, we have a full tapping demo. It's great! (NB - do not drive while listening to the demo itself or operate heavy machinery.) Enjoy - and hope you feel good after!

Nov 20, 2017

The last of my LA podcasts is out today. Ah, LA. It seems quite a long time ago now, that Californian heat and the sunny places, people and personalities. 

They include Dr. Dan Pompa. He coaches many from around the world with what are considered unexplainable illnesses back to health. And he does this, by helping you to detox.

In today's podcast we cover loads of stuff, but the bits about tap water are particularly illuminating. Let me know what you think about that. And for more on whether tap water is good for you or not (clue: it's not), here's Dr. Pompa's article on tap water. We also covered... 

  • Vaccines
  • Glyphosate - ugh
  • Kids on autism spectrum
  • Detoxing lead / mercury

 

Nov 13, 2017

A couple of weeks ago I was in LA for the Bulletproof Biohacking Conference. You've probably seen various selfies on social media.

I went over there to write a piece for Balance magazine and record for Zestology on going Back To The Future, with the world's most famous biohacker Dave Asprey.

How does this guy do it?  Dave sat across from me, and he looked healthier and younger – way younger – than the last time I saw him ten months ago. He’s more toned, his guns are bigger than mine – I’m especially unhappy about that - the lines on his face are smoother, and hang on, he appears to have youthful dimples in his cheeks. Like a 20-something. Where did the dimples come from? He definitely didn’t have them at the start of the year.

Ordinarily the first thing that would spring to mind is botox. But this is the man with a stated aim of living to the age of 180. And in his words, he’s not into sticking rat poison into his face.

There is no beating around the bush. I need to know. We’re starting with the dimples. First question – how do you look annoyingly younger than last time, while I seem to be ageing not-go-gracefully?

Want to know more? Listen to the podcast for the answer as well as the latest health tech, supplements, gadgets and a general geek out. 

Nov 6, 2017

I love a walking meditation. Even if you are just fully present while walking it makes such a difference. Today's podcast is with a returning Strictly winner who's now all about meditation. And we walked and talked in this podcast.

Camilla Dallerup won Strictly Come Dancing after six series with Tom Chambers in 2008.

She's now an author and meditation teacher living in LA, and when she was in London recently she came on Zestology. We agreed to do a return version in LA while we walked... so here it is, recorded walking along the seafront in Santa Monica, and popping onto the pier at the same time. 

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