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Mark Sisson: His Primal Blueprint –

VIDEO | Dave Asprey

Wed Nov 01 10:01:50 MDT 2017 | null

00:00:05 - 00:00:37

hey everyone this is Dave Asprey with bulletproof executive today's cool fact of the day is that when wild chimpanzees share their food they have high levels of oxytocin in their urine researchers compared those levels to win they simply ate together in a group but didn't share their food as well as other things like grooming that stimulate oxytocin when they ate their food together the oxytocin

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Helen Irlen: Transforming Lives with Light –

VIDEO | Dave Asprey

Wed Nov 01 10:01:50 MDT 2017 | null

00:00:05 - 00:00:34

hi everyone welcome to bulletproof executive radio this is Dave Asprey today's cool fact of the day is that men's faces tend to be reddish in color and women's faces are usually more green now part of me says that's because one of us is from Mars and the others from Venus but that's not actually why researchers conducted a study looking at hundreds of faces analyzed the main color hues to see what

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Hacking Your pH, LED Lighting & Smart Drugs Part 2

VIDEO | Dave Asprey

Wed Nov 01 10:01:50 MDT 2017 | null

00:00:02 - 00:00:35

[Music] everyone Dave Asprey bulletproof executive radio you're listening to a special episode if you caught the last one in fact if you haven't caught the episode before this one you need to go back and listen to it because this is part two of my epic interview with Steve folks who doesn't like it when I call him a biohacking badass even though that's what he is so Steve folks is the head of the

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Hacking Your pH, LED lighting & Smart Drugs Part 1

VIDEO | Dave Asprey

Wed Nov 01 10:01:50 MDT 2017 | null

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it's Dave Asprey with bulletproof executive I just had a shot of espresso made with upgraded coffee beans so I'm talking a little bit fast and I apologize for that but it's worth it because I needed to maximize my brain power for today's guest he's a total badass before then though I want to say thanks thanks because you've made this podcast number one on iTunes and I really appreciate it if it's

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Dan Cox: Caffeine, Coffee & Mycotoxins

VIDEO | Dave Asprey

Wed Nov 01 10:01:50 MDT 2017 | null

00:00:05 - 00:00:38

hey it's Dave Asprey with bulletproof executive radio today's cool fact of the day is that it takes about three or four years for a coffee tree to mature and start producing fruit and once it starts flowering it only produce about a pound of green coffee a year depending on region and altitude and soil and all that and it takes between three and four thousand coffee beans to create a single bag of

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Ari Meisel: Working Smarter Not Harder –

VIDEO | Dave Asprey

Wed Nov 01 10:01:50 MDT 2017 | null

00:00:05 - 00:00:38

today's cool fact of the day is that doctors will soon be able to diagnose disease or other states of wellness from your breath by just looking at gases like acetones that come out of your body researchers just developed a laser in the mid infrared frequency range that can detect really low levels of concentration of gases a laser like this could also probably detect methane so you could

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Anese Cavanaugh: Biohacking your Impact –

VIDEO | Dave Asprey

Wed Nov 01 10:01:50 MDT 2017 | null

00:00:05 - 00:00:37

today's cool fact of the day is that some bumble bees are nectar robbers they actually land on a flower in sidestep the process of cross-pollination they just poke a hole through the side of the flower where they think the nectar might be and then they suck it out with their tongues but because bumble bees are polite they actually put a little tiny spray from their tarsus which is a special gland

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Olympian Bree Schaaf: Staying Bulletproof at Sochi

VIDEO | Dave Asprey

Wed Nov 01 10:01:49 MDT 2017 | null

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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CrossFit Master Shana Alverson: Make Strong The New Skinny

VIDEO | Dave Asprey

Wed Nov 01 10:01:49 MDT 2017 | null

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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Steven Kotler: The Rise of Superman –

VIDEO | Dave Asprey

Wed Nov 01 10:01:49 MDT 2017 | null

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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