6 Expert Suggested Fitness Food Podcasts


Jed Fahey, Sc.D. on Isothiocyanates, the Nrf2 Pathway, Moringa & Sulforaphane Supplementation

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Ask The Expert Panel: 24-Hour Nutrition Bodybuilding.com

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Exercise Science Podcast #7: Practical Nutrition

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Fitness Expert Ben Greenfield Talks Biohacking the Human Body | WHOOP Podcast

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Dr. Satchin Panda on Time-Restricted Feeding and Its Effects on Obesity, Muscle Mass & Heart Health

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Joe Rogan Experience #901 Dr. Rhonda Patrick

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My FAVORITE Podcasts: Health & Wellness, Business, & More!��

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Best Fitness Podcasts. 20 Minute Fitness Today’s science and technology have certainly helped make fitness easier and more effective. This fitness podcast dives into the latest health technology, science, methodology, and nutrition that will help you stay up-to-date in your fitness routines. With quick, 20-minute shows, you can easily listen. Hosted by nutrition experts, fitness gurus, and journalists, these health and fitness podcasts share helpful tips, and motivate you to reach your goals.

73% of. To start you off on your audio journey, the WH team have revealed 51 of the best podcasts for women who want to learn about health, fitness and wellness. Keep scrolling to listen and learn in 2020. Aberdeen About Podcast Food For Fitness was created by Scott Baptie to provide people like you with simple, individual, enjoyable and healthy nutrition and fitness advice to help you move, look, feel and perform better. Frequency 5 episodes / year Podcast foodforfitness.co.uk/podcast.

The 19 Best Health and Fitness Podcasts of All Time (So Far) food pyramid and grabbing grass-fed beef and butter in a big bear hug. His easy demeanor and smart questions while interviewing. And so here is our list of podcasts you best start subscribing to! 31 Best Health Podcasts Ultimate Health Podcast.

This healthy podcast, co-hosted by holistic nutritionist Marni Wasserman and chiropractor Dr. Jesse Chappus, dig into a wide range of health-related topics like nutrition, superfoods, fitness, meditation and spirituality. On this WNYC-produced podcast, best friends Kathy Tu and Tobin Low discuss the important LGBTQ issues of the day, like wage gaps, health insurance, and adoption, but also cutoff shorts and if it. It has about 7K fitness influencers working with about 300 million people per month. In this blog, you will find vital information on health, fitness, nutrition, and lifestyle.

You can also hire a fitness expert to help you achieve your fitness goals. And you can get answers to your queries through the weekly podcast. Here’s the blog.

In his conversations with experts, Stevenson offers balanced, evidence-based analysis of fads and fitness trends, and spends as much time on psychological well. Psychologist, and host of the Hardcore Self-Help Podcast, Dr. Robert Duff knows a thing or two about living with and treating mental health conditions.

He also knows how to answer questions about anxiety, depression, relationships, sex, perfectionism, PTSD, eating disorders, and countless other topics without making listeners decode all the psychobabble and medical jargon in order to.

List of related literature:

Looking for a sensible guide for healthful eating—one that’s meant for you?

“American Dietetic Association Complete Food and Nutrition Guide, Revised and Updated 4th Edition” by Roberta Larson Duyff
from American Dietetic Association Complete Food and Nutrition Guide, Revised and Updated 4th Edition
by Roberta Larson Duyff
HMH Books, 2012

Lastly, if you have a long commute to work or prefer listening to reading, we have listed some of our favorite podcasts, which often feature well-known experts on nutrition and fitness.

“The Ketogenic Bible: The Authoritative Guide to Ketosis” by Jacob Wilson, Ryan Lowery
from The Ketogenic Bible: The Authoritative Guide to Ketosis
by Jacob Wilson, Ryan Lowery
Victory Belt Publishing, 2017

The particular book to which I’m referring has been featured on my blog many times, particularly in the podcast episodes “Is There One Single Diet That Is Best?”

“Beyond Training: Mastering Endurance, Health & Life” by Ben Greenfield
from Beyond Training: Mastering Endurance, Health & Life
by Ben Greenfield
Victory Belt Publishing, 2017

—Fit Body: 9 Keys to a Healthier, Happier You,” Living Dialogues podcast series, episodes 89 and 90, personallifemedia.com, http://personallifemedia.com/podcasts/212-livingdialogues/episodes/33806-brant-secunda-huichol-shaman-healer-mark.

“Iron War: Dave Scott, Mark Allen, and the Greatest Race Ever Run” by Matt Fitzgerald
from Iron War: Dave Scott, Mark Allen, and the Greatest Race Ever Run
by Matt Fitzgerald
VeloPress, 2011

Nutrition Insights series, Insight 16, March,

“Nutrition” by Paul M. Insel, R. Elaine Turner, Don Ross
from Nutrition
by Paul M. Insel, R. Elaine Turner, Don Ross
Jones and Bartlett, 2004

A meta-analysis of 48 randomized controlled trials, the gold standard in research design, compared low-carbohydrate (Atkins, South Beach, Zone), moderate-macronutrient (Biggest Loser, Jenny Craig, Nutrisystem, Volumetrics, Weight Watchers), and low-fat (Ornish, Rosemary Conley) diets.

“Sports Nutrition for Health Professionals” by Natalie Digate Muth, Michelle Murphy Zive
from Sports Nutrition for Health Professionals
by Natalie Digate Muth, Michelle Murphy Zive
F.A. Davis Company, 2019

www.calorieking.com I recommend this site (as well as the companion book, The Calorie King Calorie, Fat & Carbohydrate Counter by Allan Borushek) to everyone on Biggest Loser You can find great nutrient information about thousands of foods.

“Master Your Metabolism: The 3 Diet Secrets to Naturally Balancing Your Hormones for a Hot and Healthy Body!” by Jillian Michaels, Mariska van Aalst, Christine Darwin
from Master Your Metabolism: The 3 Diet Secrets to Naturally Balancing Your Hormones for a Hot and Healthy Body!
by Jillian Michaels, Mariska van Aalst, Christine Darwin
Potter/Ten Speed/Harmony/Rodale, 2009

His website, Mark’s Daily Apple (www. marksdailyapple.com), is filled with resources, from recipes to fitness routines.

“Keto Diet For Dummies” by Rami Abrams, Vicky Abrams
from Keto Diet For Dummies
by Rami Abrams, Vicky Abrams
Wiley, 2019

One word of warning though: No nutritional strategy can make up for poor pacing.

“Run with Power: The Complete Guide to Power Meters for Running” by Jim Vance
from Run with Power: The Complete Guide to Power Meters for Running
by Jim Vance
VeloPress, 2016

Andera tells you that she has already signed up for the gym and has been searching for healthy recipes on the internet.

“Psychology: An Introduction for Health Professionals E-Book” by Patricia Barkway, Deb O'Kane
from Psychology: An Introduction for Health Professionals E-Book
by Patricia Barkway, Deb O’Kane
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2019

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  • So if our circadian clocks evolved in the tropics, should we in Northern Europe artificially alter our home and work life to reflect 12 hours of light and 12 hours of dark, all year round?

  • it would be nice to know mouse time compared to human time. 16 hour fast for a mouse would be much actually be much longer for them?

  • Dear Dr. Rohnda, thank you so much for your podca5with Dr. Fahee…. I have been crushing mustard seed, broccoli seed and kayle seeds and drinking it down with coconut water and it has been amazing. Thank you so much. NO MORE SPROUTING. YA!!!!

  • wealthy people seem to eat supper later are they doing wrong or is lifestyle allowing them to thrive, or lline of thinking causing harm,?

  • I’ve been intermittent fasting and found it an easy way to lose weight, but I’m a little concerned that I might not be getting enough nutrition since I’m also vegan. Anyone other vegans doing IF and wondering about this? Not interested in health arguments against veganism here, BTW, I do it for ethical reasons.

  • I have been eating broccoli seeds for quite a while. Actually I find them quite tasty. The reason is figure 7 in this paper:
    Actually I came across this in some other video on this channel.

  • I IF everyday and usually eat around 2pm or not till evening. However I take nature-thyroid and take it first thing in the morning. I guess that would break my fast?
    I still am losing weight, feel great and can even get away with “cheating” on occasion by IF.

  • Hi Caitlin! I’m portuguese and I’m a huge fan of yours. Can you help me with something, darling? I’m working for a company that sells nutrition produts (Herbalife) and I need to gain clients….can you tell my story in one of your videos? P.S.: we sell shakes, tea, aloé vera extract (wich is what makes you loose more weight) and lot more things…
    Love ya!

  • I listen to ETU and conversations with yoga girl and that’s it. I have been dying for new suggestions, so THANK YOU for making this video ����

  • Oh my goodness, Caitlyn you should totally listen to Radiolab! It’s a podcast that explores ideas and science, and literally every episode blows my mind. Give it a try:)

  • Thank you! I was making a presentation on sulforaphane, NRF2 and a paper about it relieving doxorubicin induced heart attacks. This video was a great help as some of the papers I cited were by Dr. Fahey

  • Earth To Us is TOO good! I love that they touch on more “taboo” topics (ie: normalizing breastfeeding, war, etc) while being really respectful to the guest and allowing listeners to come to their own conclusions.

  • If you liked S-town I highly recommend an episode of Real Crimes Profile where a group of people (including a former FBI agent, a writer for criminal minds, and a psychoanalyst) go in depth on John Macklemore’s personality and what might have been going on with him. It added so much to my enjoyment of S-town and gave me a whole different outlook!

  • Q: Speaking of da brain…wat do u call da physical location of a college for Hippopotamus’?
    A: The HippoCampus
    It’s funny, cuz dats wear u enhance ur brain, at da HippoCampus…cuz it’s a college…get it. It’s like 2 jokes in 1. Ya gets?

  • I think you’d look really amazing (not that you don’t already) if you cut your hair a bit shorter to it came to just under your ears! Just a random thought I figured I’d share! Love your videos:)

  • I love On Air With Ella. It is a health podcast and she always has a guest on and talks about a variety of things. I highly recommend it.

  • Preach ���� this is great information. I am a personal trainer and I fully believe in one diet doesn’t work for everyone & if you don’t enjoy what you’re eating it won’t work. Love that you’re vegan btw. Just subbed ����

  • Great video! I LOVE the Enneagram. What do you think your Enneagram type is? If not here, maybe answer in a future video? I hear ya about Rich Roll. I just fast-forward the ads, but he is pretty great.:)

  • https://youtu.be/uxM_CLsvieE?t=8924
    Paraphrasing in context of circadian time restricted feeding: All our metabolic enzymes are active during the day, and what activates them is light exposure and food intake.

    Does this mean my feeding window starts in the morning when I get sunlight, regardless of whether I eat anything or not in the morning?

  • Broccoli or Sulforaphane: Is It the Source or Dose That Matters?
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6804255/ Published online 2019 Oct 6. Jed W. Fahey…

  • Sulforaphane-Loaded Ultradeformable Vesicles as A Potential Natural Nanomedicine for the Treatment of Skin Cancer Diseases.

  • Another podcast aficionado here:) I love Invisibilia too and S-town was so addictive. Loved this different style of video, Caitlin!

  • Joe’s right man we have that reptilian brain and we think somethings going to happen and it doesn’t we’re probably just call and get depression I never thought of this but if somebody lived back then they wouldn’t be bored they be doing something we’re bored and I think that turns into depression or sadness or anxiety

  • Earth to Us and S-Town are two of my favorites!! Podcasts are so necessary in college. I also really like How I Built This with Guy Raz, and Food for Thought with Colleen Patrick Goudreau (AWESOME for vegan transition/lifestyle) ❤️

  • Awesome suggestions totally added One Part Podcast while watching this video. My top ones that I listen to are: The Food Heals Podcast, Gastropod, and The Party in my Plants Podcast. ❤️

  • My daughter is on this time restricted diet. For sure it worked for her and l like it make sense scientifically. I just started it this 8 hr window eating last week and see how it goes. I don’t think it is hard to do it. I heard it is helping for person has arthritis. She is feeling lot better now. Liked listening this.

  • Hello guys, I was able to find prostaphane https://www.ebay.com/itm/Prostaphane-Active-Sulforaphane-90-capsules-New-in-box/274339960481?hash=item3fdfef96a1:g:tKMAAOSwf4lemea4
    You can do your research just as I did.

  • if you’re into politics you should listen to pod save america, its hosted by guys that used to work for barack obama its great and they’re hilarious

  • I LOVE podcasts!! This was such a fun video to watch! I’m a big fan of No Meat Athlete (even though I’m not into running at all), but the two that I get most excited to see new episodes from are Happier in Hollywood (I also like Happier) and By the Book. If I could only recommend one podcast, By the Book would definitely be it these two amazing ladies pick self help books and live by their rules for 2 weeks. It’s hilarious and interesting and I really can’t recommend it enough.

  • In video, the expert says protein requirements are based on bodyweight. So that would mean a 500 lb obese male should take 500g protein (1g per bodyweight)? Probably not right? I’ve heard it’s based on LEAN BODYWEIGHT. I’d like to hear more consistency when this topic is covered.

  • Oooh so many new podcasts I can check out! I am so excited to give them a try:) I love Thought for Food:) Really funny and fasciniating!

  • With regards to insulin sensitivity though, shouldn’t you be eating your big carbs meal at the end of the day rather than the beginning? Most research upon a quick search shows that too.

  • Differing studies say SFN both depleted glutathione and increased levels of glutathione. Very confusing. Does SFN damage mitochondria or not?

  • He destroy his credibility by making political comments. One cannot trust people’s judgments when they have a political bias. One cannot trust an establishment that has a fascist anti-democratic viewpoint thinking they should be able to dictate what people believe rather than having universal education and letting people make their own decisions.

  • You have no idea how exited i am to listen to this. You inspired me to listen to podcasts and i love them but its hard to find some good ones so this video im so excited for

  • In this 2-hour and 30 minute interview, we discuss…
    00:00:00 the early history of sulforaphane research, including key initial discoveries.
    00:00:37 the serendipitous unfolding of events that lead to the converging of the research on the NRF2 stress response pathway with the sulforaphane-related research going on at the same institute Johns Hopkins.
    00:05:06 why cruciferous vegetables bother to create isothiocyanates in the first place.
    00:07:26 the involvement of the heat shock proteins, in addition to the increased activity of Nrf2, as an additional cellular response mechanism that’s been observed in association with sulforaphane.
    00:08:11 how sulforaphane affects a diverse array of biochemical processes from glutathione synthesis to elimination of reactive oxygen species and detoxification of harmful compounds, including carcinogens.
    00:15:01 whether or not to cook your cruciferous vegetables.
    00:15:34 the epidemiological (associative) evidence that cruciferous vegetable consumption may help reduce the risk of cancer.
    00:18:30 the extremely unpredictable nature of endogenous conversion of glucoraphanin (the precursor) into sulforaphane between person to person.
    00:22:14 practical information surrounding supplementation of sulforaphane.
    00:27:05 the effect one particular french sulforaphane supplement had on the doubling rate of PSA, which is a marker for prostate cancer recurrence in prostate cancer patients.
    00:28:17 the role that the Cullman Chemoprotection Center at Johns Hopkins has played, in addition to fundamental research, in providing early, vital infrastructure enabling some of the efforts of the international research community in elucidating the effects of sulforaphane and related compounds and the underlying biological pathways.
    00:28:26 the incredible, almost geometric growth in new studies that has occurred since the advent of a few of the key discoveries about sulforaphane and its method of action.
    00:32:48 the practicality of probiotics as a way to improve endogenous myrosinase activity needed to convert the precursor to sulforaphane into the bioactive sulforaphane.
    00:33:26 the involvement of our gut bacteria in our ability to convert the precursor of sulforaphane into its active form.
    00:37:13 whether or not endogenous myrosinase activity improves as a function of repeated challenge with glucoraphanin (the precursor to sulforaphane).
    00:39:30 why probiotics may vary in their degree of efficacy.
    00:43:00 why consuming isothiocyanates to reduce the number of bacterial colonies of h. pylori, a risk factor for peptic ulcers and stomach cancer, may turn out to be a better intervention than complete eradication of the species with antibiotics.
    00:47:21 the bizarre relationship h. pylori has with childhood asthma, where it has been shown that having some h. pylori seems to reduce asthma incidence in childhood.
    00:52:28 the effect sulforaphane has on inflammation and why inflammation is often a great therapeutic target for many different diseases, including diseases of aging.
    00:54:05 the life extension properties broccoli has been shown to have in an insect model of aging.
    00:59:27 the underlying causes of Hutchinson-Gilford progeria and the promise sulforaphane may hold for this disease of rapid aging.
    01:09:00 the effects of sulforaphane or Nrf2 activation on diseases of the brain, such as autism (human evidence) and Alzheimer’s (animal evidence), possibly through anti-oxidative or anti-inflammatory effects.
    01:11:09 the so-called autistic fever response whereby autistic patients report a sudden reversal of symptoms during brief periods of fever.
    01:10:05 the role heat shock proteins might play more broadly in the prevention of certain neurological diseases.
    01:19:00 the challenges inherent in clinical trials where scientists may be extremely optimistic about the effects that might be observed, but still have to exercise caution and choose trial conditions that may be conservative, for the good of the people whose lives and hopes hang in the balance.
    01:27:01 the role of inflammation and depression and what some studies on animals have demonstrated in terms of sulforaphane’s potential as an antidepressant.
    01:42:30 a special isothiocyanate-containing plant known as Moringa or sometimes referred to as the drumstick tree or the horseradish tree.
    01:46:32 Dr. Fahey’s inadvertent foray into the consumption of exotic meats during a visit to Africa.
    01:51:15 a compound commonly associated with broccoli: indole-3-carbinol and its downstream product diindolylmethane (DIIM).
    01:57:00 the practicality of using mustard seed powder as an extra source of myrosinase, possibly for your cooked cruciferous vegetables.
    02:00:13 whether or not it makes sense to freeze broccoli sprouts in order to extend their shelf life, and possibly even increase sulforaphane within certain contexts.
    02:05:25 Dr. Fahey’s thoughts on where endogenous conversion of glucoraphanin occurs in the body, as well as how long it takes before sulforaphane metabolites hit the bloodstream after ingestion.
    02:07:25 Some general thoughts on frequency in terms of how often one might need to take sulforaphane to elicit its biological effects.
    02:12:16 why sulforaphane may one day be a component of sunscreen.
    02:12:31 what some of the upcoming trials involving sulforaphane are at the Cullman Chemoprotection Center.
    02:17:07 the incredible way in which a sulforaphane-rich broccoli sprout beverage was shown to dramatically enhance the detoxification of benzene through excretion: one study showed up to 61% starting immediately after supplementation.

  • Yo jp fitness you should do more videos on what you learned to get certified, a lot of people hate to read they would rather watch a video

  • The captions have a small error at 43:44 43:46, where Dr Panda is saying “converted to NAD” but is captioned as “converted to energy” and this is repeated a couple of times.

  • When i took no-gi for about a year it taught me patience.
    I also tried doing the 12 hr fasting, though waking up at 3am to go to work and get home at 6pm, really makes it almost impossible.

  • I’ve been eating on a 9-hour window for over a year (I eat my last meal at around 7pm) and I just realized that all this time I’ve been taking my birth control pill at midnight. AAAAAHHHHHH!

  • Wait. These are free… on my iPhone podcast app… what. WHAT? I downloaded audible to buy their super expensive (in my opinion) audio books for my walks and and for work down time. I am so happy to find out about this and I feel like dumb… haha.


  • I love these recommendations!!! I’d recommend the podcast Your Own Magic…I feel like you would really like it! Also you should listen to Bucci Radio! I work with Amanda Bucci and her podcast is one of my faves <3

  • Instead of prescribing medications and pills for depression doctors and psychiatrists should be prescribing a personal trainer to motivate people to work out and a nutritionist to get them on track for a good diet

  • If this video convinces you to try out time-restricted feeding, don’t let your data go to waste! You can apply to participate in Dr. Panda’s distributed clinical trial and then keep up with your data and submit it to his trial via a simple mobile app. Learn more here: http://mycircadianclock.org/participant

  • https://www.ebay.com/itm/Prostaphane-Active-Sulforaphane-90-capsules-New-in-box/274339960481?hash=item3fdfef96a1:g:tKMAAOSwf4lemea4

  • It’s cool how now everyone can speculate together and comment and share to grasp these overly complicated systems into manageable and hopefully useful ways. Thats crazy about the fever study. I just assumed “fevers” were a reaction to pesticide on processed and store bought food but to truely understand how all these compounds interact and commune is really cool. I normally don’t like scientist and doctors but I like these two curious and smart people. They are sticking their necks out even making these videos

  • what happens if you fast all day and your first meal isn’t until around 8-9pm. i do OMAD so i fast from around 10pm the night prior to around 830-9pm the next day, eat 1.5k calories then back to fasting. how is this effecting everything? anyone ��

  • Giiiirrlll amen on the Rich Roll adds I try to skip them but I can’t when I’m listening + driving. His convos are really deep & interesting but I can pretty much recite the harry’s razors ads.:)

  • We have Moringa oleifera in Puerto Rico. I’ve seen the trees here and there, usually growing along fences. I’m going see if I can find some & see how it tastes. Apparently, from Wikipedia, many parts of the plant are eaten.

  • I wrote down some key takeaways from this interview and posted them on my website: https://sundaynewsletter.com/february-video-summaries/notes-and-key-takeaways-from-dr-satchin-panda-on-time-restricted-feeding-and-its-effects-on-obesity-muscle-mass-heart-health/

  • I love “wtf am I doing with my life” podcast. Also for story’s I like “the moth radio hour” it’s short stories not a series but they have a lot of interesting people

  • I love podcasts! S-town was sooo good! I also just started listening to Earth to Us and I love it! Some of my other favorite podcasts are RadioLab, The lively show, and Happier! Can’t wait to try out some of these other podcasts!

  • Whoooooooooooaaaa…. going deep into conversation at 1:40:13.. = mind blown! Hold on while I pick up the pieces from around the room

  • This is SO great!! ❤️ I would recommend that you listen to The Love Bomb by Nico Tortorella. Nico is an actor who interviews a different person in each episode, and everything is related to love, sexuality, gender, relationships, and generally being a human. All of his conversations are incredibly authentic, spiritual, and eye opening! Not to sound too dramatic about it, but I can honestly say that many of Nico’s episodes have changed the way I look at life. I think you’d love it too!

  • The great majority of American scientists need to take some elocution lessons so that they may learn to respect the pronunciation of scientific terms.

  • When I feel like I’m getting sick I put a bunch of garlic on potatoes with buttersoo good! To heck with low carb when I’m getting sick! It’s about comfort!
    I also take a handful of d3 and vit c powder in my h20. Zinc is good too. Mag

  • 20:58
    Idk if my mind is dirty but joe says when it comes down on you and the next thing Rhonda utters is a moan I’m pretty sure that’s a meme.

  • ALA R-ALA Vit a,b,c,d,e Omega Royal Jelly Paste Niacinamide BioSil Liquid Multi Alive to name a few of the vitamins ive been taking for over 15 years. NEVER get sick. Knock on wood… and i loved playing in mud/dirt when i was a baby too so lol, I have amazing healing abilities 😉

  • What a great interview and what a nice guy, really down-to-earth and dedicated to his work with the ultimate purpose of doing good for people. Thanks Rhonda for what you’re doing, now back to eating those sprouts.

  • So can you just chew the seeds @foundmyfitness? Lots of people would like to know. Thanks for all your hard work, A gift to humanity.

  • Thanks for sharing. Cool stuff. Little tip….when we know the topic is about “Podcasts” or whatever it may be, there’s no need to keep saying the word “podcast” throughout your commentary. I think it would make your already outstanding videos even a little better

  • Hypothyroid? Then be careful with moringa leaf. See Tahiliani and Kar “Role of Moringa oleifera leaf extract in the regulation of thyroid hormone status in adult male and female rats”. Moringa reduced peripheral T4 to T3 conversion in female, but not male, rats.
    See also Mondal & Chandra “Goitrogenic/antithyroidal potential of moringa leaves (Moringa oleifera) and spinach (Spinacia oleracea) of Indian origin on thyroid status in male albino rats”, Brazilian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2019. “The serum T3 and T4 levels were significantly (P<0.05) decreased in animals after supplementation of moringa leaves and spinach as compared to respective controls." Moringa was far worse than spinach in reducing thyroid hormone levels.

  • So….if a person has already been diagnosed with uncurable stomach cancer…. would eating lots of these sprouts be of any help to fight the cancer?

  • There is free software (f.lux) that will change the colors of your computer screen automatically over the day.
    At night it removes the blue light that disrupts your circadian rhythm. It works very well. You can download
    the app here: https://justgetflux.com/

  • The 12 hour feeding window during daylight is also something that is recommended by Ayurveda. Cool to see that it can be backed up by modern science

  • Thank you Dr. Fahey! One brave doctor among millions! Most of the GI docs I deal with still say that nutrition has nothing to do with disease conditions. Amazing. I understand they are protecting their practice, but they are QUITE pathetic doctors who actually think that mouth to anus and what you put in it is inconsequential to health. They are not healers.

  • I have started an eight hour-only feeding window during which I eat whatever I want. I’m currently at the end of week two. I’m taking a daily vitamin, and I try to eat as balanced a diet as possible. I’m finding it MUCH easier than I thought it would be. I do get the occasional hunger pang a couple of hours before I go to bed, but drinking water seems to reduce those relatively minor cravings. Moreover, I feel VERY good. I’m quite surprised by the amount of energy I have. I have no plan to weigh myself until I have been doing this for at least one month. My long term goal is to maintain this regimen for the rest of my life.

  • Me thinks the good doctor is having trouble averting thine eyes. In his defense her chest is absolutely magnificent………………….

  • Dr
     Patrick, so i can grind broccoli seeds and add them to my smoothies and i would be getting the most
     out of them and i don’t have to grow the sprouts?

  • I added a teaspoonful of broccoli seeds to my smoothie. It made me sicker than hell. I vomited about 10 times in a row. The seeds were certified pathogen-free. I suspect that the dosage of sulforaphane was either too high, or my tolerance too low.

  • How much of a parallel can we assume between mice and human?
    I really like your videos and interventions Dr Patrick but you seem very confident that on the metabolism subject, once proven in mice that you should apply it. You probably have very good reasons to do so but I’d like to know more about it. Thanks!

  • It is not true doctors have been recommending exercise and healthily living for years. But the issue is that we live in a culture that is lazy or they want instant results. I think it partly because it takes the responsibility of the individual from making themselves better by shifting it to the medical industry.

  • So I should take bone broth, broccoli sprouts, 4,000 mu of vitamin D, Zink, a multi vitamin, and about 20 other things, and I have to eat it all within a 9 hour window! I don’t think I’ll have to buy food anymore. I’ll be full just with the supplements.

  • I primarily listen to a rather preposterous amount of political and info-y podcasts, but whenever I need to regain some hope in humanity (which has become much more often as of late) I immediately turn to Colleen Patrick-Goudreau’s Food for Thought and Animalogy podcasts. Having found out about her through the 30-Day Vegan Challenge I subscribed to after watching Cowspiracy, she was the first vegan I began following; I’ve been hooked ever since! Just hearing the intro music from her husband’s band makes me bolt to the nearest cosy place and secure myself a pot of tea.
    Aside from that, I love just about anything from NPR Music and KEXP, as well as Sustainababble and Earth to Us.:)

  • I’m 53 and have eaten a lot of sugar over the years and about 30 pounds overweight and as a programmer use my brain non-stop all week. So over years the brain fog has built up and just a couple weeks into getting lots of sulforaphane I can tell a huge difference in brain clarity. This substance may not help a young person much but if you are older I would sure recommend it!

  • I was so into the first 40 minutes but then the conversation progressed to beyond my mental capacity. I have no idea how she fits so much knowledge into her head with all the scientific terminology spot on. Ideas of complex biological systems able to be recalled in a casual conversation.
    I’m quite sure Joe is one of the best listeners on the planet

  • I really like Crash on my Couch by Arden Rose and Will Darbyshire! They are both Youtubers and the podcast is kind of random but it just gets me in a good mood whenever I’m feeling down or want to get my mind off of things:))

  • Rhonda Patrick has to hook up and speak with dr. joe dispenza, dr. bruce lipton and gregg braden. The brain, your thoughts, your stomach and the heart have so much more to do with what happens to your body and how your cells, etc work.

  • Was Joe born with a neurologically atypical brain? A hunter gatherer brain instead of a farmer brain.It’s a five percent minority that’s got the older design. It’s one of the many cards we are dealt at birth.

  • Dr. Rhonda Patrick….love your videos and thanks for all of the info.

    I’ve been doing intermittent fasting for approximately 8 months…no noticeable change to body composition.

    I have also done 3-day fasts as few times. But I am wondering if consuming PowerAde Zero or a similar Gatorade product, is acceptable for an extended fast or does something in those drink cause a biological effect that interferes with the extended fast?

  • SO WHEN I WAKE UP I SHOULD GET HIT BY LIGHT…BUT WHEN SHOULD I FIRST EAT…?lets say i have ONE MEAL PER DAY…should it be imedeatly after i wake up…?2 afters…?maybe first exercise…?can i make the meal at afternoon after exersice but 3 lets say 3 hourw before sunset and sleep time…?

  • And all these amazing, complex biological processes have come about through evolution REALLY!!! Sounds like intelligent design, to me.

  • I’ve loved following you stuff Caitlin! I’m such a podcast fan. You should totally try Tiny Spark, that’s my favorite. Also, the Enneagram is super old! It goes back to like ancient philosphers and what not and my parents even did it when they were young haha. Anyway, the Enneagram is amazing and totally changed my life, but there’s some incredible books on it and The Enneagram Institute posts a bunch of great stuff online and you can take a free enneagram test on eclectic enneagram (I’d go with the classic test!)

  • Watching this now and hearing him say we hardly ever have to deal with “dangerous invaders” or anything super dangerous has got me almost in tears!!! Pray for us to be back to that time…��

  • This is the only woman that I can listen to and absorb her information without getting caught up on how many times she says the word “like”. But she still, like, needs to work on that.

  • I think Joe and Dr Rhonda are both awesome, but what JOE leaves out is that has has been on Testosterone replacement therapy and likely growth hormone for many years. So it is so easy for him to say ‘ Just go out there and use your body and do some work’,.. because he is medically enhanced. Not to an abnormal level,.. but to the levels when he was 30, so he can’t tell people what to do. He has a strong mind and work ethic, and I am not discounting that. Just know with absolutely certainty he would not be the same at all without the enhancements. No fucking way. Jpe would always be exceptional, because of his work ethic, but he should tell people he has biomedical enhancements.. and explain why that is ok to do, and why he made that choice. That would help people

  • Thanks for sharing! Just nice I’m looking for podcasts. The podcast logo can hang in there longer. Some might be struggling with playing back to that second-long logo. ��

  • Good day Dr Patrick
    My wife suffers from alopecia-areata, and we know it’s autoimmune issue, which starts In the gut. She had het entire thyroid removed due to cancer. Now some studies have shown that, in woman, fasting triggers sympathetic nervous system, which can’t be great for rest and repair. So in her case, to heal the leaky gut from all the radioactive treatment pills, can she do intermitting fasting or even prolonged fasting to heal the gut and other systems, without setting of the alert sympathetic system and trigger even more hair loss. What would you suggest we combine

  • From what I understand sulforaphane activates NRF2 and deactivates AMPK. some NRF2 activations is good but too much is bad right? so if too much NRF2 is a bad thing. and I already to intermittent fasting 20/4 typically. presumable activating NRF2 and AMPK. should I not break my fast with high sulforaphane broccoli sprouts? it seems like that my keep NRF2 high all the time? Perhaps I should eat the sprouts as the last thing before starting a fast?

    will sulforaphane work in tangent with a fast or will it counteract the benefits of a fast? I have read that sulforaphane actually downregulates APMK.

  • I like to adjust the podcast settings [as you mentioned Rich Roll’s], to skip the first (or last) 5 minutes (or more), if they have too many ads to suit me. 😉

  • DR. Rhonda, I am very interested in the effects of smoking marijuana while fasting. I have heard pot increases the production of ghrelin. Could this theoretically suggest a positive role? I’m sure Joe would also be interested in this angle:) Thanks!

  • This was a wonderful podcast and gave me great clarity on how to eat consistently healthy without making it feel forced! Don’t pick a diet you can’t afford or stick to by eating the healthy things you do like. Also eat more fruits and veggies! Thank you JP, keep up the great work!

  • With regards to what does/n’t break a fast, I’d just like us to stop throwing a cup of black coffee in the same category as a 6000 calorie pancakes with maple syrup and candy break-fast. I fast from 7pm 2pm or so daily and I totes doubt that 12oz. of black coffee at 6:30am has a modicum of an affect. JUST SAYIN’. #alsoangryaboutthecoffeething

  • Thanks for sharingI downloaded a bunch! A couple of health podcasts I think you would seriously LOVE are: Found my fitness, Nutrition facts with Dr. Michael Greger, and The People’s Pharmacy!:)!

  • In my second year of nutritional therapy from listening to and wanting to be like you. Your changing lives and you’ve done the same in mine. Thank you

  • Seams like fear of dealing with unwanted situations is the underlying problem that might trigger depression.
    Having the courage and not been afraid of what life throws at you and being adaptive, finding solutions based on reasoning and thinking instead of being emotionally weak.

  • I’m 46 and my life started off pretty badly. I’ve also suffered from depression, suicidal thoughts, eating disorders, problems to focus all my life and I’ve been overweight for most of it.
    Then I started 16/8 time restricted eating on a keto diet and all symptoms disappeared and I lost weight like crazy without any effort. I don’t even think about food until noon. Mentally, I can’t even describe the positive change.

    To dr Patrick and dr Panda: thank you from the bottom of my heart. You are magnificent.

    To most other doctors and registered dieticians who push the low fat destruction: you are scam artists. Return your licenses and look for a proper job.

  • I never watch a 2 hr video on YouTube but this was well worth time spent. Thank you both for this valuable insight. Please do more videos on broccoli sprout SEEDS.

  • Joe talked about how we are not challenged and don’t worry about survival. I feel like a teenager playing Call of Duty is actually getting this survival stress that may activate these genetic switches by playing video games. What do you think? Just watch a teenager trying to win and survive in a game.

  • Wow! From this I took that I can grind broccoli and mustard seeds (about a tablespoon each) put it in my smoothies and sprinkle fresh ground seeds on my cooling cooked foods.
    I’m interested in any further studies on the effects of the seeds on cell activity. Any hints?
    Thank you for your well thought out information! It’s so refreshing and enheartening for me personally to see professionals disbursing this information freely. It’s helping me to change my attitude to everyone with a ‘Dr.’ before their name!

  • The “LIKE” meter Dr. Rhonda “em, like…” 973 times! And she’s a HIGHLY educated doctor?
    Sorry, but if she was my assigned doctor, I’d call my healthcare provider and ask to be reassigned to a less ‘millennial’ doctor…

  • Whoa……wait a minute….. at 12:25……1% to 2% of your day at the gym? If I spend 1 hour at the gym it is 1/24 of my day or 4.17% of my day…..this must be the new math.

  • What I’m wondering, if you have one cheat day per week, on which you maybe eat for 12 hours and eat sugar and unhealthy, does it still make sense to have the other 6 days of the week a normal 16/8 IF diet? That’s how I am doing it at the moment.

  • Around 1:18 they start to talk about a holistic approach to medicine. Incorportating exercise, diet and meditation.. Not just giving out pills. I just wanted to post here and let people know if they are looking for something like that, consider a naturopathic doctor!! A holistic approach is literally their philosophy, and yes they are clinically trained practitioners.

    People often think naturopaths aren’t trained medical professionals. Maybe the training is a bit different in the US, but in Australia they are medically trained in clinics and undertake years and years of study.

    Synthetic pharmaceuticals are based on plant properties. A naturopathic doctor will offer herbal treatment and intervene with nutritional and dietic advice. They are advocates for mindfulness meditation, exercise and many other holistic treatments.

    (sorry I got really excited to share this info, as I’m about to start my degree in naturopathy ����)

  • Super interesting that this is only 3 years ago and the whole concept of intermittent fasting is so new (they even call it “time restricted eating”). Also, skip breakfast if you are going to do IF, it’s pretty easy once you get used to it (takes a week or two max).

  • Watch her eyes and facial expressions while he’s speaking. There’s just something overwhelming inviting about her mannerisms engaged, warm, intelligent, etc. I’ve heard it said that people could watch a particular person speak for hours, but I could literally watch Dr. Patrick watching someone ELSE speak for hours! lol

  • Here is why we the people should boycott Hyatt Hotels. https://youtu.be/9jJRupbwPrA

    Look up ” thereturn.org ” National & Global Day of Prayer & Repentance on Sept 26. God will heal our land if we Repent & Pray. Believe and trust in the bl o o d that was shed by J e s u s C h r i s t for your sins; being born again/saved. Humble yourself before the LORD and S A V I O U R J e s u s C h r i s t and pray. Pray by lying prostrate on the floor with your face to the ground. The ultimate humility before Jesus Christ is you on your face. Read 1 Corinthians 15:1-4.

    Watch; ” BELLY OF THE BEAST” https://youtu.be/oS2699IKqHU and learn of the l u c i f e r i a n worship created by the founding fathers in Rome, Maryland. Watch B i b l e teacher R o b e r t B r e a k e r’s videos, “Understanding The Times.” https://youtu.be/4zvtFjJ-VOY & “Can You See in 2020?” https://youtu.be/ccbzG8At9ak.

    You can make a difference! We can’t lose with J e s u s C h r i s t. Give Him your heart today!

  • This presentation addresses the most important subject for the maintenance of good health.
    Circadian Rythm Cyncronicity IS THE ESSENTIAL FOR THE HEALTH.
    VRP had an (One of the many) excellent News Letter all about the Circadian Rythm Cyncronicity. Included the supplements to help one to regulate this Clock.
    To my amazement even VRP had a great ideas for adjusting the dissregulated Circadian Rythm Cyncronicity due to jet lag, shift work or just being the night Aull type personality, work as a pilot orJetseters lifestyle.

  • hes doing an amazing job at not making eye contact with her boobs. A man of pure genius. im sorry but Dr Rhonda Patrick is an A++++

  • I have a question regarding medication, and breaking of a fast. Since google is failing me with this question, I figure ask here where many knowledgeable people are! While taking prescribed medications, will that break a fast? I read some places it wont, some say only if the meds need to be taken with food… Anyone out there have any insight for me? Much Appreciated!

    Also, I love everything you do and stand for Dr. Rhonda Patrick! It’s straight up motivational!

  • My favorite story podcast, hands down, is The Bright Sessions. It’s a fictional work about therapy for the strange and unusual and it’s SO interesting and the characters are so loveable (…most of them).

  • One question. So water does not count as breaking the fast but vitamins do? What about the minerals in water do those need to be broken down or are they too small to count?

  • Should probably look into how little sharks actually attack humans. And when they do it is often due to their confusing surfers for seals, hence why they frequently take a single bite, realise their mistake and move on.

  • I buy organic Moringa powder and put a teaspoon on my food once in a while. I also use organic Astragalus powder in my coffee 2 or 3 times a day along with Reishi mushroom powder. I also eat Fo-Ti root powder with Chaga mushroom once a day I mix it with avocado or peanut butter. I work out 3 times a week and i am 61 years old and feel like I am 30 I could say honestly that i feel like i am getting younger and i see my grey hair turning back to it’s original color and wrinkles are diminishing. I also don’t have a gallbladder so my stomach bile is limited.

  • if you’re into politics you should listen to pod save america, its hosted by guys that used to work for barack obama its great and they’re hilarious

  • This is a great long form informational video.. but being interrupted every 5 minutes makes it annoying to listen too. I know you gotta make your money, Though it feels like you put a few to many advertisements in this one.

  • I work around smokers and it’s absolutely disgusting to smell them and their stank. I wear my mask around them even when it’s not COVID.

  • Niesamowita wiedza. Słuchając gościa już jestem na 100% zdecydowany na intermitted fasting. Albo to że mamy komórki od żab czułe na światło i poziom melatoniny wpływa na insulinę. Wspaniała wiedza. Dziękuję Rhonda za Twój kanał. Mam zamiar obejrzeć wszystkie filmy. Jesteś wspaniałym naukowcem. ������

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  • Should not the title of the video be ‘the ‘circadian rhythms’ as I’m 21 mins into the vidio and that is all that it has been about?

  • So are the seeds better? Did she end up just doing seeds? That would be so much quicker, a quick blend and a quick bitter shot in the morning and your done.

  • Thank you Rhonda and Jed for your amazing and very important work!

    I wonder if lacto fermenting the seeds/sprouts will convert glucoraphanin to a shelf stable form and ready to eat sulforaphane.. maybe even more bio available,
    but maybe instead of lacto fermenting a specific species of bacteria starter should be used, a Myrosinase producing bacteria which would pre-digest for people that don’t have enough.
    Also, the fermenting environment should have this main bacteria and other harmful ones hopefully don’t survive, like e.coli from unclean sprouting

    I would love to hear Rhonda’s thoughts on this

    I just saw on Mercola’s website fermented broccoli sprouts,
    They write “…And because we use fermented broccoli sprouts, the conversion to sulforaphane happens before you even take it!..” I wish I could find more information on this

    And this patent: https://patents.google.com/patent/US20160279090

  • Raw nuts and seeds often have enzyme inhibitors on the outside which is only removed by soaking and rinsing at which point you are on the road to sprouting having germinated the seed.

  • I’ve recently begun working more passionately on my mental and physical health, organization and consistency on these things as a whole. You’re videos have helped me so much! �� Thank you!

  • I started sprouting �� broccoli seeds a couple of months back… I make a smoothie with them… The first improvement I’ve seen is in my gut… My digestion has definitely improved. My immunity has definitely strengthened. Hair is stronger, shinier and skin looks younger and tighter… But I’ve also incorporated intermittent fasting and time restricted eating into my lifestyle 2yrs ago… Broccoli sprouting is perfect for what they a going on with the virus… Sulfuraphne has been proven to improve symptoms of asthma and helps to strengthen our immune system. A Broccoli sprout smoothie is a part of my daily routine and I make some for my mom bcz she’s a smoker and sprouts help to remove benzene from lungs and reduces the chances of lung cancer by 50%…

  • Why is it called fasting because you don’t eat at night. What? we want to eat 24 hours now? Not eating at night is not fasting it is just living.

  • Interesting that he said our clock is not quite 24 hours, but 24 hours and 15 minutes. I have trouble with sleep, and have commented to others that my sleep time slowly moves later and later until my days and nights are reversed. Eventually, I just force myself to stay up all day and go to sleep earlier in the evening, only to begin the process again.

  • I’ve started to listen to more podcasts, especially while I’m sitting in my Illustration class, as I’ve found it calms my anxiety as I work:3

  • Sulforaphane: Its “Coming of Age” as a Clinically Relevant Nutraceutical in the Prevention and Treatment of Chronic Disease

  • Can anyone give a quick summary or the main points that we need to do. I cant be bothered watching the whole video lol. Would be appreciated

  • I’ve been looking for more podcasts to listen to! Thank you so so much for sharing <3 A couple of my favorites are Stuff You Should Know (SYSK) and The Influencer Podcast.

  • I am one of those persons that can literally fall asleep any time of the day or night. I guess my circadian rhythm is completely out of whack.

  • With this Ive watched all the podcasts where you’ve had her as a guest and I just love them!! I would love to share all this information with my parents, cause they’re that type of people who believe there’s no point of taking care of yourself cause we’re all gonna die anyway ��. Unfortunately they don’t speak English so good, have you thought about adding subtitles to your podcasts? That would be amazing. You’re the best Joe ❤️❤️❤️

  • When you are talking about aging it reminded me of something either Mark Bell or someone on his show said. Modern people are not really living longer. They are just dying slower. When we exercise and eat well, we shift towards actually LIVING and living well!

  • Thank you for the work that you do in editing these videos. The time stamps for the topics are nice but I imagine you did that as a way to maximize your own understanding of the information shared with you during this very rare encounter ;). Also, overlaying the commentary with the relevant data really puts into context what he’s bringing up and helps in grasping what he’s discussing. It helps too, that he talks in a very understandable manner.

  • dose,dose,done, then lay off then a wham superdose may be the key to getting the effect sort of like throwing a race car into 4th gear, just a thought which in either poppycock or has some metrit.

  • Myrosinase is destroyed by heating, but the precursor is not correct? Meaning you could lightly toast the broccoli seeds and mix in some brown mustard seed powder after its cooked (which has high myrosinase activity) and theoretically get an alternative quicker to make.

  • I love a scientist who will say “we don’t know”. I have noticed a huge difference personally in the past couple weeks from sulforaphane.

  • Yes the Boca Raton Community garden at the library in Florida zip code 33432, zone 9 grows a Moringa tree. As well as cocoplumb with the Womens Junior League. They donate 10% of produce to Helping Hands, a food pantry. You can just go pick some organic moringa pods. They are shaped like snap peas but jelly or guava texture inside. I think bitter.