Yes, Jason Wittrock is another Zestology guest that puts butter in his coffee. He's #keto - hmmm, there's a theme here isn't there.
Actually, some guests really surprise me on Zestology.
I already knew Jason Wittrock really knew his stuff about ketosis, the high fat low carb diet that gives you more energy, helps with inflammation and a host of other things (Disclaimer, check with your health practitioner before starting on this). But I didn't know how much fun Jason would be, and how much energy he'd have. It's infectious, and he's great.
Slightly embarrassingly last time I had today's guest on my show, I got his name wrong. It's supposed to be Drew Canol-ee, but I called him Drew Canole (as in Sausage Role). Bearing in mind how well known he is in the States, I probably should have known this.
Drew Canol-ee. He's a proper famous juice expert, regular guest on top tv shows, has one of the biggest organic green powder companies in the world…, he is in a nutshell, juicing up the world. Now got his new book out this week - You Be You - available everywhere.
In this podcast we talk juicing, obviously, but we also talk meditation, jumping in the sea every day, the best ways to chill out when life get stressful. Then things start to get a bit crazy. We talk lucid dreaming, astral projection, going to different dimensions, it all starts to get a bit trippy. And Drew can get away with it because he really knows his stuff. In a nutshell, he's fantastic, and I hope this podcast helps juice you up and inspire you.
Are you extending the gap a little bit these days between dinner and breakfast? Or lunch? If not, you might want to consider it, as the evidence is starting to mount up.
Obviously this has been quite a zesty topic for a while. I interviewed Max Lowery a few weeks ago, and now I've gone full science.
Dr. Jason Fung is a legend when it comes to intermittent fasting, low-carb diets and so on. He’s a world-leading expert on intermittent fasting and low carb, especially for treating people with type 2 diabetes.
He's got a hardcore scientific background, and has written perhaps the bible on intermittent fasting.
In this podcast we talk about the benefits, and pitfalls of intermittent fasting. I go through some of my experiences and Jason tells us his. Plus... a tea that helps you fast, anyone? Pique teas can help. This is the tea that can help with intermittent fasting, (and it's also a special discount link for Zestology subscribers). I'm an intermittent faster as you know, and I'm enjoying this stuff.
Tony Robbins does it, Jennifer Aniston does it, Professor Green does it. And me and Ryan Carter do it. #189
You probably saw Mark Wahlberg's viral description of his working day a couple of weeks ago. A 2.30am start, mega-workouts and cryotherapy. In honour of this completely bonkers schedule, I met up with my mate, health influencer Ryan Carter to record a podcast whilst doing the cryotherapy part of Mark Wahlberg's daily routine. I can assure you, no 2.30am starts occured in the making of this podcast.
The thing is, Mark Wahlberg's not the only one... there are a lot of interesting people who do this stuff; Tony Robbins, Joe Rogan, Jennifer Aniston, and as you'll hear in this podcast, Professor Green was at the Cryo clinic while we were recording.
We recorded it at the wonderful London Cryo. If you mention Zestology, you'll get ££ off. On that particular day, I was feeling quite low energy, and it was quite surprising the 3-minute cryo session picked me up. See if you can spot the before and after difference, and enjoy hearing me freezing my knackers off in the process.
And Ryan Carter is just a cracking guest, a good friend of mine, and he's got loads of spot-on, cutting-edge health and wellness knowledge. So what you'll hear in this podcast is me and Ryan chatting while we are in the chamber at London Cryo. Then you'll hear the fantastic Maria Ensabella who owns the place and just talks about why the cold is so good for us. And then you'll hear me and Ryan trying out another one of their gadgets. Enjoy.
Ariel Garten is a Canadian artist and scientist. That's a pretty unusual combination and gives her a unique insight into the powers of meditation.
She's a neuroscience expert and in this podcast, gave what I thought was probably the best description of why we need meditation that I've ever heard. Listen on to the end of the podcast for this. It'll blow your socks off.
Ariel's also has a company - Muse meditation devices that help make meditation easy, and you can find them here.