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Ben Greenfield: Extreme Endurance Training & Ketosis

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this is Dave Asprey with bulletproof executive radio today's cool fact of the day is that doctors are now being trained to fist bump their patients instead of shaking hands that's because there was a study on the transmission of em RSA you know flesh-eating bacteria it showed that when you do a fist bump versus a handshake there's less risk of contagion that said I think they're all bunch of

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Dr. Susanne Bennett: Upgraded Skin Care

Video | Dave Asprey

00:00:05 - 00:00:35

it's Dave Asprey with bulletproof executive radio today's cool fact of the day is that you shed your entire outer skin layer every two to four weeks and those dead skin cells that pile up in your home or office actually may have a purpose turns out that scientists discovered squalene one of the lipids are fast produced by your skin that's found in high concentrations in your dead skin cells it

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Amanda Allen: Flow State & Being a CrossFit Champion

Video | Dave Asprey

00:00:07 - 00:00:39

Dave: Hey, everyone. It's Dave Asprey with Bulletproof Executive Radio. Today's cool fact of the day is about Tug-of-War. It was an official Olympic event from 1900 to 1920. It was originally used in China around the 8th century to train warriors. Each side would have their own set of drummers to inspire them. In ancient Greece they would actually hold hands to make it even more difficult. That

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Dr. Kate Rheaume-Bleue: The Power of Vitamin K2

Video | Dave Asprey

00:00:05 - 00:00:40

hey everyone it's Dave Asprey with the bulletproof executive funny enough also with bulletproof executive radio the number one ranked podcast on iTunes in the health category today's cool fact of the day is natto which is a traditional Japanese food is made from fermenting soy foods is made from fermenting soybeans with a bacterial starter it has a really musty flavor and it smells like ammonia

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Pedram Shojai: Vitality and Origins –

Video | Dave Asprey

00:00:07 - 00:00:39

Dave: Hi everyone. It's Dave Asprey with Bulletproof Executive Radio. Today's cool fact of the day is fingernails grow three to four times faster than your toenails. The nails on your dominant hands grow faster than the ones on your less dominant hand. The longer your fingers are, the faster they grow. Apparently, in summer, your nails grow faster than they do in winter. There must be a way to

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Dr. Sara Gottfried: The Hormone Cure –

Video | Dave Asprey

00:00:02 - 00:00:41

Dave: Today’s cool fact of the day is that researchers have discovered a citrus scented pheromone in male goat hair. This is a primary stimulator of the female goat’s ovulation and reproductive system. Specifically it’s called 4-ethyl-octinol which turns into that well known chemical responsible for goaty smells. According to this new research, since goats and humans have many similarities, there

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Steven Kotler: The Rise of Superman –

Video | Dave Asprey

00:00:05 - 00:00:47

everyone it's Dave Asprey with bulletproof executive radio today's cool fact of the day is that size matters when it comes to the world economy studies done over a 25-year period found an unusual and unlikely relationship between average male genital size in a certain country and the country's gross domestic product apparently once it's over 16 centimeters the GDP crashes no explanation as to why

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CrossFit Master Shana Alverson: Make Strong The New Skinny

Video | Dave Asprey

00:00:05 - 00:00:41

Dave: Hey, everyone it's Dave Asprey the Bulletproof Executive. Today's cool facts of the day is that some people's sweat doesn't stink. It turns out you have a gene called ABCC11, and it decides whether or not you're going to make wet earwax or dry earwax. What's kind of interesting there is that the earwax type you have determines whether you're going to have a certain chemical in your armpits

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Olympian Bree Schaaf: Staying Bulletproof at Sochi

Video | Dave Asprey

00:00:06 - 00:00:45

everyone welcome to bulletproof executive radio today's cool fact of the day is that Russia is the world's largest country it spans 6.6 million square miles and nine time zones Canada where I live is the second runner-up the reason I'm talking about Russia today is that our guest is bree schaaf who is on the show to talk about how she was able to stay bulletproof at the 2014 winter Sochi Olympics

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AJ Jacobs: My Life as an Experiment –

Video | Dave Asprey

00:00:04 - 00:00:38

hey everyone its Dave Asprey with bulletproof executive it's been over two years since this podcast first started and just recently we published the hundredth episode with an amazing coffee expert named Dan Cox if you haven't had a chance to download that on iTunes please do it's totally worth your time this guy spent 30 years he was the first employee of a five billion dollar coffee roaster so

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