Articles in Collective Insights Podcast

Combining Vision and Breath to Alter Fear States: An Interview With Andrew Huberman, PhD and Brian Mackenzie

Combining Vision and Breath to Alter Fear States: An Interview With Andrew Huberman, PhD and Brian Mackenzie

The work of Dr. Andrew Huberman and Brian Mackenzie implements a unique combination of breathing protocols and selective visual stimuli, in an instrumental methodology for adjusting one’s state— specifically the fear state. We discuss how to consciously choose a parasympathetic response over a sympathetic flight or freeze response when faced with real challenge.

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How to Use Cold Therapy and Light Exposure to Boost Health and Longevity - An Interview With Thaddeus Owen

How to Use Cold Therapy and Light Exposure to Boost Health and Longevity - An Interview With Thaddeus Owen

Biohacker Thaddeus Owen discusses how our modern world has largely gotten rid of winter and why it’s come at a cost to our health, waistlines, and resilience in this transcript from a recent Collective Insights episode. 


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The Power of NAD: Unlocking the Secrets of Healthy Aging

The Power of NAD: Unlocking the Secrets of Healthy Aging

NAD, or nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, is a hub molecule in cellular metabolism, directly or indirectly impacting all 12 of the hallmarks of aging. Learn the science behind supporting healthy NAD levels.

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Weight vs. Shape: Why Body Shape is a More Comprehensive Metric of Health and Resilience

Weight vs. Shape: Why Body Shape is a More Comprehensive Metric of Health and Resilience

Uncover the root causes, habits, and lifestyle behaviors, backed by science, key to improving body shape, weight, and health.

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Unlocking Longevity: The Central Role of NAD in Aging and Healthspan

Unlocking Longevity: The Central Role of NAD in Aging and Healthspan

Learn why the NAD coenzyme plays a critical role in cellular metabolism and is involved in the synthesis of proteins, lipids, and nucleic acids - making it essential for the maintenance and repair of all tissues in the body.

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The Science of Longevity: An Interview with Valter Longo, Ph.D.

The Science of Longevity: An Interview with Valter Longo, Ph.D.

There is so much advice on longevity and aging that it can be hard to sort through all of the information. In this podcast transcript we dive into the science-backed approaches for living a longer and healthier life. Valter Longo, Ph.D., has thirty years of experience in longevity and healthy eating, and is one of the world’s experts in the field.

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Ancestral Health and Connecting to Nature: An Interview with Abel James

Ancestral Health and Connecting to Nature: An Interview with Abel James

Dr. Heather Sandison is joined by Abel James to discuss ancestrally inspired practices you can use to reconnect to nature, eat what your body needs, and take advantage of music to meet your goals. Abel James is a New York Times Bestselling Author, musician, and creator of the hit podcast, “Fat-Burning Man.”

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Ending Alzheimer's: An Interview with Dr. Dale Bredesen

Ending Alzheimer's: An Interview with Dr. Dale Bredesen

Dr. Heather Sandison is joined by Dr. Dale Bredesen to discuss the latest research on cognitive decline, how to prevent dementia and how to slow aging.  There has been an increasing amount of hope for Alzhmeimer’s since Dr. Bredesen started his journey, and in this episode he shares what he has learned since he published his last book in 2017.

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How to Hack Your Mind - An Interview with Sir John Hargrave

How to Hack Your Mind - An Interview with Sir John Hargrave

Author of Mind Hacking: How to Change Your Mind for Good in 21 Days, Sir John Hargrave joins us today and shares tips to hack your brain. This discussion is jam-packed with tips you can use in your daily life to get most out of your brain function. In this episode we discuss how mental clutter impairs optimal brain power and how to create your own reality.

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Brain Training to Become Limitless: An Interview with Jim Kwik

Brain Training to Become Limitless: An Interview with Jim Kwik

To build a better brain you need to address the mind, heart and body. Jim Kwik is a widely recognized world expert in memory improvement, brain optimization and accelerated learning. He has exceeded all expectations after suffering a traumatic brain injury at 5 years old, and now performs remarkable feats with his brain to inspire what is possible.

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Treatments for Dementia: An Interview with Dr. David Haase

Treatments for Dementia: An Interview with Dr. David Haase

The answer to degenerative brain diseases is not an easy one. We have the brilliant Dr. David Haase with us to explain a systems medicine approach to treating dementia. One of his core ideologies? Stay humble, curious and have a love for being proven wrong. 

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How to Make Viral & Ethical Content: An Interview with Tim Urban of WaitButWhy

How to Make Viral & Ethical Content: An Interview with Tim Urban of WaitButWhy

Famous content creator, whose TED talk reached over 10 million views, Tim Urban joins us today.  He is  a writer, illustrator and co-founder of Wait But Why. Today he shares with us his story in finding his niche and discovering his passion for creating content for Wait But Why thru using stick figures as his way of illustration. He also talks about innovative ways to sustain yourself in the world of content creation.

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Tools for Trauma: An Interview with Dr. Gabor Maté

Tools for Trauma: An Interview with Dr. Gabor Maté

What do we do now to create a world where human needs get met? On this HomeGrown Humans episode, physician and renowned addiction expert, Dr. Gabor Maté, joins Jamie Wheal for a timely and relevant conversation on trauma. Dr. Maté is highly sought after for his expertise on a range of topics including addiction, stress and childhood development. Dr. Maté sheds light on the importance of awareness and compassion for oneself and others. Disempowerment and passivity is bad for your health.

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