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Proper brain health begins in our guts.

Everything we eat changes our biochemistry, affecting our moods and the way we think.  Here, nutrition experts point out the differences between good and bad "brain foods" and outline intelligent choices for overall health.

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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.

Jesse and two guests discuss some popular misconceptions about smart drugs, their personal favorite stacks, and other topics surrounding the growing popularity of neurological performance enhancers

Dr. Emily Deans Explains Ketones and the State of Ketosis

Jesse interviews Dr. James Wilson on the topic of topic of adrenal fatigue.

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

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. 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.

In episode #26, Dr. Juliano speaks with Jesse about the nuances, dangers and benefits of caffeine – the world’s most popular and readily-available cognition-enhancing drug.

Dr. Gomez-Pinilla’s research is to investigate neuronal adaptation to environmental factors like diet — and how this scales up to the whole-organism level.

Dr. Naqvi advises his patients to get off of as many medications as possible, unless there is a proven upside – and especially if they are already on other medications with which their may be unknown interactions.

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