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Dr. Casey Means – Transform Your Health by Improving Metabolism, Hormone & Blood Sugar Regulation

In this episode of the Huberman Lab Podcast, Professor Andrew Huberman, a neuroscientist and ophthalmologist at Stanford University School of Medicine, welcomes Dr. Casey Means to discuss the often-overlooked yet fundamental aspect of health: metabolic function. Most people associate metabolism with burning calories, but Dr. Means argues it’s much more than that. It’s the very […]

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Importance Of Sleep For Health And Quality Vs. Quantity With Matt Walker

A Minimum Threshold For most adults, the magic number falls between seven and nine hours a night. Research suggests that dipping below this range increases your mortality risk. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) even recommends a minimum of seven hours for adults. In simpler terms, the less you sleep, the shorter your lifespan might

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The American Health Paradox – Spending More, Living Less

Dr. Joe Nemeth, a periodontist, raises a troubling question: why is the life expectancy in the United States dropping while healthcare spending soars? A Nation Out of Sync The United States spends significantly more per capita on healthcare than any other developed country, almost double the average. Despite this hefty investment, our life expectancy falls

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How Exercise Snacks Boost Blood Sugar, Mitochondria & Longevity

What are Exercise Snacks? Exercise snacks are short bursts of high-intensity exercise, typically lasting one to three minutes. They can be anything from jumping jacks and squats to burpees and high knees – anything that gets your heart rate up quickly. Studies show that even these short bursts can significantly improve your health. Metabolic Benefits

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Beware Your Waistline – Why It Matters More Than You Think

Why Waist Circumference Matters Dr. Tina often mentions waist circumference on her podcast, and for good reason. It turns out, this simple measurement might be the most important indicator of your future health. Traditionally, weight has been a major focus for health discussions. However, Dr. Tina emphasizes that waist circumference, more than just a number

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Dr. Casey Means – How To Lower Blood Sugar & Why!

Feeling sluggish? Struggling to manage your weight? Your metabolism might be the culprit. But don’t worry, taking control of your metabolic health is within reach! This guide offers actionable tips inspired by Dr. Anthony’s podcast episode to jumpstart your metabolism and unlock a healthier, more energetic you. Ditch the Processed Junk, Embrace Real Food Our

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A Guide to Metabolic Health with Dr. Casey Means

Metabolic Dysfunction – A Modern Epidemic Dr. Casey Means, a leading expert in metabolic health, joins this podcast episode to discuss the critical role of metabolism in our overall well-being. The conversation highlights a concerning reality: a staggering 93% of American adults struggle with metabolic dysfunction. This condition, rooted in mitochondrial dysfunction, chronic inflammation, and

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