Are you a breakfast eater or not?
There are those of us who eat breakfast and there are those who don't, but most of us feel like we should - we have had it drummed into us.
That's where Celebrity Trainer (and friend of Zestology) Max Lowery comes in.
And here's what he says about skipping breakfast: "I enjoy eating LARGE meals and feeling satisfied after eating. If I were to eat three large meals with snacks in between I would certainly be consuming more than I was burning. The 2 Meal Day has allowed me to stay lean effortlessly, all year round"
It's not often The Wolf Of Wall Street and Qualudes come up in a podcast, but they do today.
Angela is the Founder and CEO of My DNA Edge, an Exclusive Private Membership Site giving individuals the tools and bio hacks needed to optimise their genetic expression for optimal health and performance.
Angela really knows her stuff. If you want to get your DNA results analysed - she’s your woman.
And this was a thoroughly enjoyable session about all sorts of wellness practices. We veer from The Wolf Of Wall Street and Qualuudes, (don’t worry, I’ve not been taking Qualuudes, but we did discuss Qualia.) to cutting edge apps, practices and more.
Meet CAR.O.L - your AI powered fitness bike. Get the same benefits of a 45 minute jog in 2, 20-second sprints. Sounds too good to be true - I know. So I record this episode while sitting on the Carol Exercise Bike.
It uses the latest Artificial Intelligence to compress a workout into a few seconds. It sounds barely credible I know, but imagine having your workout compressed into two 20 second spurts every day....
And hear me get absolutely destroyed in those two 20 second bits! Since we recorded this podcast I've been using it quite a bit and I'm really starting to enjoy the brief, intense push, and the extra time. I'm hoping I'll see the results on my chicken legs too.
Here's what the company say about their extraordinary bike.
Coming up; minimalist living and the unexpected joy of a broken laptop, getting rid of all your bills, minimalist mobile phones, alternative meditation techniques such as staring into someone's eyes for 63 minutes (!), breathwork and how sometimes it can feel like a mild stimulant, celebrating your successes and admitting to your failures, and lots more.
He's back - you might have heard previous interviews with friend of the show Brett Moran recorded in Thailand. This time he was visiting London, so came to stay for the night.