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I’ve got an electrifying episode for you with the phenomenal Peter Attia, where we shatter the food lies you’ve been told. We dive deep into being protein is the unsung hero for muscle and longevity, debunked myths about cholesterol, and explored how alcohol and exercise impact your health span.
If you think a caloric deficit is key, think again, your blueprint for a vibrant life is just a play button away!
Every minute is an opportunity to evolve. Take action on the powerful strategies you’re going to learn today. Build the resilience, the energy, the vibrancy you’ve always dreamed of.
Plus, get insight into Peter Attia’s personal journey, his thoughts on dietary restrictions, fasting, and the influence of insecurities on his motivation. This episode is not just another health talk; it’s about confronting the hard truths to revolutionize your well-being.
Remember, it’s not just about adding years to your life; it’s about infusing every year with quality living.
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[00:00] Food Lies You Bought
[42:01] Before You Drink Alcohol
[1:09:30] Focus Your Life On This
[1:39:53] Stay Young At 100+
[1:57:15] Truth About Cancer
“The calorie is a calorie debate is kind of a silly one.”
“Those of us who are the biggest jerks to others are usually jerks to ourselves.You’re quite aware of how hard you are on other people when they make mistakes, but do you realize how hard you are on yourself? “
“I enjoy alcohol as much as anybody, but I don’t think people understand how once you get beyond one to two drinks, how harmful it is on your liver.”
“We suffer so much in our own heads, more than we suffer in any other kind of way.”
“If you consider the difference between a person that doesn’t have type 2 diabetes and someone who does, it’s literally only the difference of one teaspoon of sugar in the blood.”
“High cardio-respiratory fitness and high muscle mass and strength are more predictive of a long life than anything else we know.”
“Living longer is not accomplished by living longer with disease. Living longer is accomplished by living longer without disease.”
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