In this episode of the Smarter Not Harder podcast, we are joined by Dr. Nasha Winters interviewed by Dr. Scott Sherr. She educates us on her optimal terrain program, the significant steps in optimized cancer care, oxidative therapies, the latest integrative trends in cancer care, her new facility in Arizona, and the challenges she faced in writing her book.
In this episode of Smarter Not Harder podcast, we are joined by Dr. Dave Rabin who discussedpsychedelics, neuroplasticity, ketamine, his technology Apollo, the parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous system,and the balance in creating a safe space for patients when they are going through psychedelic assisted psychotherapy or mental health treatment.
In this episode of the Smarter Not Harder podcast, we are joined by the father of Biohacking, Dave Asprey. He educates us on the laziness principle and how to utilize it to our advantage, exposomics and epigenetics, and if spirituality can be hacked.
Why should doctors and health care practitioners learn about artificial intelligence? This is one of the main topics we dive into in this episode of the Smarter Not Harder podcast with guest, Dr. Karl Friston.
We discuss, with Dr. Nicole Biljsma, environmental medicine, including why these exposures are so crucial to health, how the environment affects health, what we can do to mitigate these effects, what an environmental exposure history questionnaire is, how to use it in practice, and so much more.
We discuss Dr. Goodman’s book “Foundation of Health” and the Endocannabinoid System, the beginnings of the foundation training, cannabis, the importance of activating your parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous systems, and so much more.
Adam chats with us about his unique approach to spot trends before they actually happen, how to simplify financial markets, his experience at the Princeton Review, his definition of struggle, the role of mentors, and so much more.
Dr. D’Agostino chats with host Dr. Scott Sherr on manta rays being ketogenic, his early research in the field of oxidative stress, ketones in cancer, ketones and its effect on mitochondrial function, ketones and epigenetics, and so much more.
Donald Hoffman unraveled what made him study consciousness; the different theories of consciousness, conscious agents, amplituhedron, reality, space time, psychedelics, his book “The Case Against Reality”, and so much more.