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brain-the-pill

We hear from Dr. Belinda Pletzer about how oral contraception, or “The Pill”, may be altering women’s brain structures.

Neurotoxin

Dr. David Bellinger explains how neurotoxins in our environment affect our development and tells us how we can best protect our, and our children’s, brains.

pain-episode

Professor Lorimer Moseley from the University of South Australia shares with us his extensive knowledge on the way our brains process pain.

superhuman-eye-sds-green

If the “Physical Sensation of Epiphany” is the game I’m hunting, and intellectual engagement is the forest where I hunt, then nootropics are a predictable shortcut deeper into the heart of that forest.

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Jesse interviews Nathan Whitmore, creator of the open-source project “OpenBrainStim”, an affordable alternative to commercial transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) devices.

nootropics-on-wall-street

Dr. Andrew Hill joins us to talk about his recent study conducted at the Alternatives Brain Institute, measuring the effects of truBrain on some of the quickest minds on Wall Street.

Beetroot-Juice

Jesse speaks to Daniel Kim-Shapiro, Director of the Translational Science Center at Wake Forest University and expert on this week’s topic: beetroot juice.

Ketosis

Dr. Emily Deans Explains Ketones and the State of Ketosis

smart-drugs-vs-neuroplasticity

Dr. Urban brings to light facts about how some brain stimulants work (specifically Ritalin), how they were originally tested, and why imperfections in the testing methodologies could spell danger to mis-diagnosed or off-label users.

drug-research-episode

Jesse interviews the UK’s Dr. David Nutt on the legal and social obstacles surrounding progressive drug research.

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