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The mindbodygreen podcast explores the infinite possibilities of health & well-being. Hosted by founder and co-CEO Jason Wachob, each episode features a thought-provoking interview with a leader in the health space. Whether you’re thinking about changing what’s on your plate, how you move, or how you think, these conversations are sure to offer solutions in whole-body health.
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“You don't have to stop. Sometimes you just need to pause, recalibrate, and reassess what the options are," says Sue Varma, M.D. Sue, a board-certified psychiatrist, joins us to discuss how to cultivate incredible resilience and growth, plus: - What is practical optimism? (~00:04) - How to approach circumstances you have no control over (~03:41) - …
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“If you have bad breath, mouthwash actually makes it worse," says Mark Burhenne, DDS. Mark, a functional dentist, joins us to discuss *everything* you need to know about oral health, including: - The link between breath & oral health (~00:13) - Mark’s recommended oral care routine (~04:01) - What to look for & avoid in a toothpaste (~05:52) - Mark’…
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“If you're dealing with an issue, don't describe your partner. Describe yourself, your feelings, and your needs," says Julie Gottman, Ph.D. Julie and John Gottman, Ph.D., leading relationship experts and founders of the Gottman Institute, join us to discuss how to know if your partner is long-term material, plus: - The top ingredients for a loving …
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“No conversation about lifespan is complete without a discussion of healthspan," says William J. Kole William, a veteran reporter, editor, and foreign correspondent, joins us to discuss how to stay healthy and mobile well into your 80s, 90s, and even 100s of years, plus: - Common themes with the longest living humans (~00:08) - How much of a role d…
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“What you don't resolve your children will have to face,” says Vienna Pharaon, LMFT. Vienna, a licensed marriage and family therapist and one of NYC's most sought after relationship therapists, joins us to discuss how to work through the emotional trauma you don’t even know exists, plus: - Why everyone has emotional wounds (~00:13) - Why you pursue…
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“A moment of awareness and a strategy can truly make what feels overwhelming more doable,” says Jennifer Taitz, Psy.D. Jennifer, a licensed clinical psychologist, joins us to discuss actionable tips for reducing stress, plus: - Jennifer’s favorite strategy for in-the-moment anxiety (~00:02) - The most relaxing song, according to science (~04:08) - …
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“The things that you can do to improve your brain health have very little to do with adding special things to the diet. They really have to do with subtracting things from the diet that are working against your brain in the first place," says Georgia Ede, M.D. Georgia, a Harvard-trained nutritional psychiatrist, joins us to discuss sneaky foods tha…
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“The average person today sees more information in one day than a person 700 years ago would have seen in their entire life," says Michael Easter. Michael, a health journalist and New York Times bestselling author, joins us to discuss how to reintroduce yourself to moderation and ruck your way to better health, plus: - Why do we overdo everything? …
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“Dehydration is a leading cause of constipation," says Mary Pardee, N.D. Mary, a naturopathic and functional medicine doctor, joins us to discuss everything you need to know about healing your gut and optimizing body comp, plus: - The link between over-restriction & digestive issues (~00:13) - What we get wrong with elimination diets (~04:03) - Why…
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“Don't underestimate the power of curiosity," says Jud Brewer, M.D., Ph.D. Jud, a neuroscientist and addiction psychiatrist, joins us to discuss how to reduce unhealthy food cravings, plus: - Why do we eat when we’re not hungry? (~00:09) - What really drives hunger? (~02:59) - Should you see a nutritionist or neuroscientist? (~06:42) - The psycholo…
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“You control your aging in your own hands," says Anthony Youn, M.D. Anthony, a holistic plastic surgeon, joins us to discuss sneaky factors that accelerate skin aging, plus: - How nutrient depletion impacts your skin (~00:24) - How lack of protein affects your skin (~03:34) - What you need to know about collagen supplements (~05:58) - The 101 on in…
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“You have the power at the end of your fork to help calm your mind,” says Uma Naidoo, M.D. Uma, a Harvard-trained nutritional psychiatrist, nutritional biologist, and professional chef, joins us to discuss shopping recs, expert-approved recipes, and meal plans to optimize your gut-brain connection, plus: - Uma’s go-to breakfasts for brain health (~…
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“Most people are happier at 70 than they were at 30," says Arthur Brooks, Ph.D. Arthur, a social scientist and professor at Harvard, joins us to discuss how to maintain deep friendships, find your purpose, and strengthen your joy muscles, plus: - The biggest myths about happiness (~00:10) - How Arthur defines happiness (~03:23) - Enjoyment vs. plea…
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“We're at the dawn of a sensory renaissance,” says Maureen Seaberg. Maureen, a polysynesthete and author, joins us to discuss how we may be able to “smell” our way to optimal health, plus: - How to tap into your sensory superpowers (~00:14) - How Maureen discovered her synesthesia (~05:19) - How many people have synesthesia (~07:47) - Can synesthes…
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“The conversation about Zone 2 is all based on male physiology and male data," says Stacy Sims, Ph.D. Stacy, an exercise physiologist and nutrition scientist who aims to revolutionize exercise nutrition and performance for women, discusses what women need to know about today’s buzziest longevity topics, plus: - Women are not small men (~00:12) - St…
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"When uric acid is high, it predicts the development of kidney disease, high blood pressure, and obesity," says Richard Johnson, M.D. Richard, a board-certified internal medicine doctor who has researched obesity and diabetes for 20+ years, joins us to discuss the more complex, controversial areas of kidney health, plus: - The role of oxalates & da…
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“Fear of other people's opinions might be one of the great constrictors for human potential," says Michael Gervais, Ph.D. Michael, one of the world’s top high-performance psychologists, joins us for a master class on reducing anxiety, boosting self confidence, and overcoming FOPO— the fear of other people’s opinions—plus: - What is FOPO & why is it…
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“Our memory is like a muscle. We use it or we lose it," says Jim Kwik. Jim, one of the top memory coaches in the country and a leading expert in brain optimization, joins us to discuss the best mental exercises you can do every day, plus: - Less obvious habits that harm brain health (~00:02) - Do you have digital dementia? (02:20) - How to rely les…
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“What really matters for your happiness is not your circumstances It's the gap between your circumstances and your expectations," says Morgan Housel. Morgan, a bestselling author and former columnist for the Wall Street Journal and Motley Fool, joins us to discuss how to optimize your happiness in a world that’s so fragile to chance, plus: - Morgan…
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"Five percent of the U.S. adult population suffers from full-blown seasonal affective disorder (SAD),” says Norman Rosenthal, M.D. Norman, a world-renowned psychiatrist, joins us to discuss his must-have tips to combat the winter blues (and prevent them before they even become an issue), plus: - How SAD can happen in the summer (~00:18) - The main …
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“If you eat within three hours of bedtime, that will negatively impact your sleep and recovery data," says Will Ahmed. Will, the founder and CEO of WHOOP, joins us to discuss all things recovery and performance (including HRV, sleep, alcohol, and more), plus: - Why HRV is critical for your health (~00:49) - How to measure resting heart rate by deca…
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“At the root of loneliness is trauma. At the root of numbness and isolation is a defense mechanism that protects us from pain," says Thomas Hübl, Ph.D. Thomas, a collective trauma expert, renowned teacher, and author, joins us to discuss how to recognize your trauma symptoms and even heal ancestral wounds, plus: - The “explosion” of trauma (~00:25)…
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“Failure is a necessary precondition for success," says Sally Jenkins. Sally, a sports columnist for The Washington Post for over 20 years, joins us to discuss everything she’s learned about grit, motivation, and burnout, plus: - How to cultivate resilience (~00:04) - Scarcity vs. abundance mindsets (~03:57) - What wildly successful athletes have i…
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“Skeletal muscle is metabolic currency, and it is a currency that you cannot buy," says Gabrielle Lyon, D.O. Gabrielle, a functional medicine doctor, joins us to discuss her lean muscle-building tips for any age, plus: - Gabrielle’s POV on Pilates (~00:41) - What is muscle hypertrophy? (~03:23) - Why muscle is the organ of longevity (~05:22) - How …
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“People think about living each day as if it's their last. One could also live each day as if it's their first," says Ellen Langer, Ph.D. Ellen, an award-winning Harvard psychologist known as the "mother of mindfulness," joins us to discuss how to tap into your mindset for optimal health, plus: - Ellen’s background & professional work (~00:11) - El…
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“Most of longevity, physical agility, and ongoing health is a result of unconscious behavior, not conscious behavior," says Dan Buettner. Dan, a longevity expert, New York Times bestselling author, and founder of the Blue Zones, joins us to discuss underrated longevity tips, plus: - How to drink alcohol mindfully (~00:12) - Why joy is crucial for l…
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“Hypnosis is in no way a loss of control. It's a way of enhancing control over your mind and body," says David Spiegel, M.D. David, a psychiatrist who has spent over 40 years studying hypnosis, joins us to discuss the very real science behind the therapeutic tool, plus: - David’s background & professional work (~00:14) - Stage hypnosis vs. self-hyp…
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“In agriculture, we have misused technology horribly, and it has yielded devastating, unintended consequences," says Will Harris. Will, a fourth-generation farmer and owner of White Oak Pastures, joins us to discuss how we can rethink the agricultural system and live healthier lives, plus: - Will’s background & how he started the farm (~00:11) - Wh…
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“The way we diagnose cancer is going to change dramatically in the next 10 or 15 years," says Darshan Shah, M.D. Darshan, a longevity specialist and board-certified surgeon, joins us on our 500th episode to discuss what the future of longevity treatment looks like, plus: - Darshan’s background & personal health journey (~00:28) - What’s driving low…
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“You have to have an emotional connection to your goal," says Joanna Grover, LCSW. Joanna, a cognitive behavioral therapist, joins us to discuss the missing piece of the puzzle when it comes to successful, healthy weight loss, plus: - Joanna’s background & health journey (~00:11) - How gratitude transformed Joanna’s health outcome (~04:13) - What i…
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“For a long period of time, you can be losing kidney function and not know it," says Richard Johnson, M.D. Richard, a board-certified internal medicine doctor, joins us to discuss why you should care about kidney health, plus: - Richard’s background & professional work (~00:14) - How to assess your risk for kidney disease (~05:25) - The link betwee…
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“Your mind is your life force," says Caroline Leaf, Ph.D. Caroline, a cognitive neuroscientist, joins us to discuss her tips for a more resilient brain, plus: - The biggest impact on mental health right now (~03:42) - Why younger people are struggling more with mental health (~07:25) - How to heal your inner child (~12:15) - How mindset impacts tra…
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“Retirement remains the enemy of longevity," says Howard Tucker, M.D. Howard, a 101-year-old neurologist, joins us to discuss the keys to living a longer, happier life, plus: - Howard’s Friday martini ritual (~00:17) - Howard’s regular workday (~00:55) - The secret to a healthy, long marriage (~03:32) - Howard’s daily tips for longevity (~05:44) - …
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“The primary goal for anyone who wants to focus on fat loss—not lean tissue loss—is to maintain your muscle. So resistance training needs to be the priority," says Holly Baxter. Holly, an accredited practicing dietitian, competitive bodybuilder, and fitness coach, joins us to discuss how to build the ultimate exercise program, plus: - Holly’s backg…
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“The data shows that engagement in spiritual practices leads people to be healthier and live longer, happier lives," says David DeSteno, Ph.D. David, a psychologist and professor at Northeastern University, joins us to discuss the science behind spiritual practices and how they can benefit our well-being, plus: - How David defines spirituality (~03…
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“Research shows that people who do new things are happier—even something as simple as trying new restaurants," says Gretchen Rubin. Gretchen, a leading happiness scholar and bestselling author, joins us to discuss how to tap into your five senses—which, in turn, helps strengthen your mental health, creativity, and energy—plus: - Why Gretchen wrote …
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“Respect your body where it is,” says Christine Yu. Christine, an award-winning sports journalist and author, joins us to discuss everything women should know about starting an exercise routine, plus: - Christine’s personal & professional background (~00:15) - How women & men exercise differently (~02:46) - Why women tend to have more knee injuries…
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“I spent the first half of my life putting people to sleep and doing surgery. I’m spending the second half of my life waking them up and preventing surgery," says Matt Cook, M.D. Matt, a pioneering regenerative medicine expert, joins us to discuss all the biohacking tools that will transform longevity as we know it, plus: - Matt’s personal & profes…
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“Disease and pain aren't our enemies. Our job is not to get rid of them but to learn from them," says Gladys McGarey, M.D. Gladys, a 102-year-old board-certified integrative medicine doctor, joins us to discuss all of her her tried-and-true secrets for longevity, plus: - Gladys’ personal & professional background (~02:13) - Why longevity doesn’t ha…
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"Keep an eye on your muscle mass. Treat it like it is literally gold," says Juliet Starrett. Kelly and Juliet Starrett, mobility pioneers who have spent decades working with pro-athletes, Olympians, and Navy Seals, join us to discuss the daily movement tips that can literally save your life, plus: - Kelly & Juliet’s background and health journey (~…
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“There’s no such thing as a good or bad memory. There's a trained memory and an untrained memory," says Jim Kwik. Jim, a leading expert in brain optimization, memory improvement, and accelerated learning, joins us to discuss how to enhance your brain power, plus: - Jim’s powerful brain heath journey (~02:03) - Practices that help Jim become a leade…
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“If you're scared of something, make yourself do it," says Lydia Fenet. Lydia, a globally recognized speaker and charity auctioneer, joins us to discuss how to train yourself to be more confident, plus: - Lydia’s journey to becoming an auctioneer (~01:36) - How Lydia built confidence in her career (~04:47) - How to build confidence in kids (~07:09)…
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Attention listeners: We have been getting so much wrong about longevity. After all, what's the point of living to 100 if you're not being joyful? In celebration of our new book, The Joy Of Well-Being, integrative medicine doctor and four-time New York Times bestselling author Sara Gottfried, M.D., interviews Colleen and I about the wellness myths w…
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“Our standard of what is healthy has declined," says Michelle Shapiro, R.D. Michelle, a functional dietitian, joins us to discuss all of her nutrition tips to reduce anxiety, optimize hunger hormones, and improve digestion, plus: - Michelle’s background & weight loss journey (~01:51) - How to lose weight in a healthy way (~05:37) - How to know if y…
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“So many of us walk around clinically dehydrated, we don't even realize it," says Cynthia Thurlow, N.P. Cynthia, a nurse practitioner, bestselling author, and globally recognized expert in intermittent fasting, joins us to discuss her functional nutrition tips for sustainable, long-term health, plus: - Cynthia’s background & personal health journey…
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“Trauma is not the event. It's the response of how it gets stored," says Scott Lyons, Ph.D. Scott, a clinical psychologist and body-based trauma expert, joins us to discuss how we all can recover from drama addiction, metabolize trauma, and break free of the stress cycle, plus: - Scott’s personal story & professional work (~00:16) - How to know if …
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“Stand up, don't sit, get your steps in, and we can literally accomplish miracles," says Jillian Michaels. Jillian, a personal trainer who many of you probably know from NBC's hit show, The Biggest Loser, joins us to discuss everything she’s learned since being on the show, her best nutrition and exercise tips, plus: - How Jillian’s wellness philos…
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"You're preparing for sleep the moment that you wake up," says Louisa Nicola. Louisa, a neurophysiologist and human performance coach, joins us to discuss how to optimize your brain metabolism, plus: - Louisa’s background & personal health journey (~00:17) - What is Neuro Athletics? (~01:49) - The link between sleep & brain health (~06:24) - How ex…
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“We're clearly over-nourished, under-muscled, under-slept, and overstressed. All of those things dramatically impact our state of health," says Peter Attia, M.D. Peter, a Stanford, John Hopkins, and NIH-trained physician, joins us to discuss how we can actually eradicate cardiovascular disease, plus: - Peter’s personal connection to healthspan & he…
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“No two guts are the same. So how can their diets be the same?” says Vincent Pedre, M.D. Vincent, a board-certified internist and functional gut health expert, joins us to discuss everything you need to know about healing your gut, plus: - What’s new in the world of gut health (~00:15) - New research that changed Vincent’s perspective on gut health…
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