We’re here with neurobiologist and author of The Hungry Brain, Stephan Guyenet, PhD. Stephan offers a fascinating look at how evolution predisposes us to crave calorie-dense food.
If you’re overweight, fatigued, or sick, it’s time to take a look at your microbiome. On this week’s show, you’ll learn how to upgrade your gut health with living foods.
We’re here with Mark Dhamma, a former fitness model who now coaches celebrities, executives, and athletes to optimize their health and mindset. Learn why you don’t need willpower to change your habits, how to tap into the power of your unconscious mind, and tons more.
When Serena first witnessed the way her boyfriend really ate at home, she was absolutely terrified. Now she’s a trained chef who specializes in making “guy food” with healthy ingredients.
Dr. Steven Eisenberg, the “Singing Oncologist,” is co-founder of California’s largest medical oncology practice, and he uses the power of music to help his patients heal.
Change is threatening, and as humans, we’re wired for negativity. On today’s show with my friends Brian and Carrie, you’ll learn a simple daily practice to transform the way you think.
If you could change your relationship with food in just 30 days, would you do it? Learn more in this interview with #1 best-selling author of Whole 30, Melissa Hartwig.
Dr. Amy Myers is back on Fat-Burning Man this week to make sure your thyroid, hormones, and lifestyle give you the energy and vitality you deserve.
Our guest today is my friend and functional medicine practitioner, Dr. Justin Marchegiani. He experienced the shortcomings of conventional medicine first hand, beginning with his career in the surgical ward assisting with limb amputations.
Roy Maynor and Kenny Stanford are two fathers and best friends who found a way to bring the play back into fitness. At their gym they created recess for grownups—an obstacle course training program that brings people together for health, fun, and dessert!