Guest: Dr. Vladimir Titorenko - Dr. Michael Ruscio - Nate Morrison
The mitochondrial theory of aging has been a well-respected theory for a long time now. In the past it has always been that oxidation was the culprit to deteriorating of the mitochondria. Dr. Titorenko discusses the role that fats, cholesterol and butyrate play in the unveiling of a different look at mitochondrial function and longevity. PLUS Dr. Ruscio discusses what we really know about how the microbes in our body effect health and disease. Unlike many interviews of this type he gives steps and advice on what to do if you suspect or already know you have gut issues. PLUS We all fell in love with the Warriors in the movie 300. It’s Nate Morrison’s job to build warrior-athletes and he takes their physical conditioning a lot more seriously than just trying to break your last PR. Warriors must develop primal strength. A strength that was emblazoned into our DNA to allow us to survive. His new book Combat Conditioning can give anyone of any sports discipline the same level of physical preparedness as an action movie star. Except no one yells cut when Morrison’s disciples are finished working. NOTE: Throughout this entire show a common theme kept arising. Let’s see if we can learn it!