Dr. Steven Masley: 30 Day Heart Tune-Up, How to Increase Brain Speed, and Treating ED Without Drugs


Dr. Steven Masley with Abel James

This week Dr Steven Masley, author of the “30 Day Heart Tune-Up,” joins us on the show. His energy is infectious! You just wait.

Before we get to the show, I have a quick favor! If you know of anyone – a friend, family member, co-worker, etc. – who would benefit from listening to Fat-Burning Man, please take a quick moment to share the show with them through the links below. You might just save their life!

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You rock! Alright, on this week’s show you will learn:

  • How to increase your brain speed by 30%.
  • Why this one pesky biomarker is more important than cholesterol.
  • The secret to treating erectile dysfunction without drugs.
  • What it’s like to feel awesome.

Here’s the show.

 

“The #1 cause of Erectile Dysfunction is cardiovascular disease… And you can fix that without drugs!” Click to Tweet!

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10 comments:

  1. Jamie Tomlinson says:

    Could you post the links shared at the end of the episode please? I was driving in the car when listening to this podcast so couldn’t note down the links.

    • Hi Jamie, generally we link to the person’s website/book etc. in the first intro paragraph, but we can certainly start putting all of that info into a notes section. Thanks for the suggestion! – Emily, FBM Team

  2. Is it too late for the free gift mentioned – the list to take into your doctor so you have a list of lab tests to be performed?

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