Rani Lill Anjum Discusses Causation and Correlation


In episode #35, Jesse talks with Rani Lill Anjum, of the Norwegian University of Life Science (NMBU) on the difference between causation and correlation. Rani Lill Anjum (Dr. Art. Philosophy, Logic of Conditionals,Tromsø, Norway 2005) is Research Fellow at the Norwegian University of Life Science (NMBU) where she leads Causation in Science (CauSci), funded by […]

Adderall: The Off-Label Study Drug


The following is a guest post by Saint Jude Retreats, a non-12 step non-treatment alternative to traditional drug and alcohol rehab. The program concentrates on self-directed positive neuroplastic change and positive self-change as an alternative to traditional alcohol and drug treatment. Adderall: The Off-Label Study Drug Receiving a college degree used to be achieved through […]

Dr. Jehangeer Sunderji Discusses the Growing Popularity of Adderall


In episode #34, Jesse talks with Los Angeles-based physician Dr. Jehangeer Sunderji on the growing popularity and uses of the psycho-stimulant drug Adderall. Dr. Sunderji is a decorated honors graduate of the USC Keck School of Medicine and Stanford University, where he specialized in integrative medicine with an emphasis in mental health and stress related […]

Dr. James Wilson Discusses Adrenal Fatigue


In episode #33, Jesse interviews Dr. James Wilson on the topic of topic of adrenal fatigue. In 1998, Dr. Wilson coined the term “adrenal fatigue” to identify below-optimal adrenal function (mostly resulting from stress) and distinguish it from Addison’s Disease.  However, after more than 15 years, not everyone in the medical community believes adrenal fatigue […]

Dr. Michael Lewis Discusses the Power of Omega-3 Fatty Acids


Dr. Michael Lewis discusses the positive impacts Omega-3 fatty acids can have on the health and maintenance of the human brain.

Jason Sada of Axon Sports Discusses the Athletic Brain


In Episode #31, Jason Sada discusses the analysis and training methods employed by Axon Sports to condition the “athletic brain” of elite athletes from around the world. Jason is President of Axon Sports, a cognitive sports training lab that utilizes the latest neuroscience and sports research to built custom cognitive training programs for individual athletes […]

Dr. Costa-Mattioli and Augmenting Memory Formation


These findings will lead to the development of treatments for conditions associated with memory loss…and could have big implications for the next generation of smart drugs.

Dan Hurley Discusses the New Science of Building Brain Power

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Dan Hurley’s new book Smarter follows his personal investigation into brain-training and the growing number of means now available to people to literally improve their intelligence.

Mark Divine Discusses Mental Toughness and the Navy SEALs


Mark is the author of several books: 8 Weeks to SEALFIT, Way of the SEAL, and Unbeatable Mind. SEALFIT — a personal-improvement regimen developed by Mark — is uniquely effective at developing elite level physical and mental fitness, helping trainees to operate at an entirely new level in mental toughness, creative problem solving, leadership, team effectiveness and awareness.

Dr. Terry Wahls’ Functional-Medicine Diet: The Wahls Protocol

Dr. Terry Wahls

Dr. Wahls discusses her personal story of recovery from multiple sclerosis, her new book The Wahls Protocol, and the day-to-day choices that can extend your life, maximize your health and fend off the most common degenerative neurological diseases.