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We strongly believe that every minute, day, week and month is an opportunity to start fresh and to learn something new is a great way of shifting your perspective and reform. Let's kick this week off with a list of seven podcast that we have listened to recently and found interesting, thought provoking, educational or fun. Find one you like or go through the list as you go through the days of the week.

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PODCAST: Diary of a CEO

Dr. Lieberman is the Chair of the Department of Human Evolutionary Biology at Harvard University. This conversation is a deep dive into all health related topics. Dr. Lieberman provides a guide to holistic health from the evolutionary perspective. We get to learn what kind of activity our bodies are actually built for, why most women don't find body builders attractive, what our ancestors can teach us about nutrition and who came up with "10 000 steps a day" (spoiler: it's NOT science backed!).


PODCAST: On Purpose with Jay Shetty

Dr. Andrew Weil is a globally renowned leader and pioneer in the field of integrative medicine. He talks different cooking oils, effects of alcohol, purpose of spirituality, properties of matcha tea and psychedelics in medicine. And we always love a good and tangible list of superfoods that we can easily incorporate in our day-to-day.



This is a transformative walking meditation that is like a soothing, warm bath of sounds and affirmations for your soul to thrive. One of the most helpful ways to recenter yourself and find new focus.


PODCAST: Diary of a CEO

A super interesting and mind boggling episode. Steven Bartlett interviews controversial Bryan Johnson who is determined to prove that aging is not inevitable. He shares his rigorous daily schedule and anti aging routines as well as discuss the sacrifices he has had to make in order to slow down the aging process. He supports his theories with studies he has done on himself and previous research. We have to note that some points he makes seems valid, others don't so take it with a grain of salt.


PODCAST: Unlocking Us with Brené Brown

You have probably heard about the bestselling book "Atomic Habits" before. This episode is a conversation between the author behind it and the renowned mental health researcher Brene Brown. These is a lot of take-aways and concrete advice on how to break bad habits and build new ones. Love!


PODCAST: On Purpose with Jay Shetty

This fascinating interview with the author behind "The 5 Second Rule" and "The High 5 Habit" delves deep into mental health. Robbins explains why she likes to call dreams "directional signals" and how to deal with negative self talk in a constructive way. If you like this episode, Robbins also has her own podcast with is ranked #1 on Audible.


PODCAST: Diary of a CEO

Yes! We really do enjoy Steven Bartlett's interviews. In this one he sits down with Jessie Inchauspé (@glucosegoddess). She is the biochemist and bestselling author who has mastered the art of managing her glucose levels. We learn about the negative affect glucose spikes has on our health and what we can do to avoid them without removing a single thing from our diet. FUN FACT: This episode is the reason to our recent obsession with apple cider vinegar and calf raises!


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