231 episodes

Huberman Lab discusses neuroscience — how our brain and its connections with the organs of our body control our perceptions, our behaviors, and our health. We also discuss existing and emerging tools for measuring and changing how our nervous system works.
Andrew Huberman, Ph.D., is a neuroscientist and tenured professor in the department of neurobiology, and by courtesy, psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Stanford School of Medicine. He has made numerous significant contributions to the fields of brain development, brain function and neural plasticity, which is the ability of our nervous system to rewire and learn new behaviors, skills and cognitive functioning. 
Huberman is a McKnight Foundation and Pew Foundation Fellow and was awarded the Cogan Award, given to the scientist making the most significant discoveries in the study of vision, in 2017. His lab’s most recent work focuses on the influence of vision and respiration on human performance and brain states such as fear and courage. He also works on neural regeneration and directs a clinical trial to promote visual restoration in diseases that cause blindness. Huberman is also actively involved in developing tools now in use by the elite military in the U.S. and Canada, athletes, and technology industries to optimize performance in high stress environments, enhance neural plasticity, mitigate stress and optimize sleep.  
Work from the Huberman Laboratory at Stanford School of Medicine has been published in top journals including Nature, Science and Cell and has been featured in TIME, BBC, Scientific American, Discover and other top media outlets. 
In 2021, Dr. Huberman launched the Huberman Lab podcast. The podcast is frequently ranked in the top 5 of all podcasts globally and is often ranked #1 in the categories of Science, Education, and Health & Fitness.

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    • 4.9 • 131 Ratings

Huberman Lab discusses neuroscience — how our brain and its connections with the organs of our body control our perceptions, our behaviors, and our health. We also discuss existing and emerging tools for measuring and changing how our nervous system works.
Andrew Huberman, Ph.D., is a neuroscientist and tenured professor in the department of neurobiology, and by courtesy, psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Stanford School of Medicine. He has made numerous significant contributions to the fields of brain development, brain function and neural plasticity, which is the ability of our nervous system to rewire and learn new behaviors, skills and cognitive functioning. 
Huberman is a McKnight Foundation and Pew Foundation Fellow and was awarded the Cogan Award, given to the scientist making the most significant discoveries in the study of vision, in 2017. His lab’s most recent work focuses on the influence of vision and respiration on human performance and brain states such as fear and courage. He also works on neural regeneration and directs a clinical trial to promote visual restoration in diseases that cause blindness. Huberman is also actively involved in developing tools now in use by the elite military in the U.S. and Canada, athletes, and technology industries to optimize performance in high stress environments, enhance neural plasticity, mitigate stress and optimize sleep.  
Work from the Huberman Laboratory at Stanford School of Medicine has been published in top journals including Nature, Science and Cell and has been featured in TIME, BBC, Scientific American, Discover and other top media outlets. 
In 2021, Dr. Huberman launched the Huberman Lab podcast. The podcast is frequently ranked in the top 5 of all podcasts globally and is often ranked #1 in the categories of Science, Education, and Health & Fitness.

    Dr. Stuart McGill: Build a Strong, Pain-Proof Back

    Dr. Stuart McGill: Build a Strong, Pain-Proof Back

    In this episode, my guest is Dr. Stuart McGill, Ph.D., a distinguished professor emeritus of spine biomechanics at the University of Waterloo and a world expert on spine anatomy and physiology, back pain, and rehabilitation. We discuss the most common sources of back pain, how back pain can be assessed (including self-assessment techniques), and how to design a personalized recovery plan to reduce back pain.
    We discuss how to train for lifelong fitness, reduce injury risk, and protect your back and joints based on your age and personal goals. We also discuss how to prevent back pain, build core stability, and explain how “McGill’s Big 3” exercises protect and strengthen the back. Dr. McGill, who is exceptionally fit in his late 60s, describes his low-time investment, personal training routine, and the specific exercises he uses for mobility, strength, and cardiovascular fitness.
    We also discuss controversial issues in the back pain and rehabilitation field, including how pain originates, the biopsychosocial model of pain, and treatments such as platelet-rich plasma (PRP). This episode provides clear, actionable tools to strengthen, prevent, and remedy back pain and injury so you can be pain-free while enjoying sports, exercise, and daily activities at any age.
    Access the full show notes for this episode at hubermanlab.com.
    Watch the clip on back pain relief and spine anatomy that accompanies this episode.
    Demonstration of The McGill Method
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    Timestamps
    00:00:00 Dr. Stuart McGill
    00:02:33 Sponsors: Helix Sleep, BetterHelp & Waking Up
    00:06:23 What Causes Back Pain?; Genetics, Dog Breed Analogy
    00:12:55 Tool: Skeleton & Body Type; Spine Flexibility & Discs
    00:20:25 Flexibility & Exercises; Discs & Collagen
    00:25:43 Sponsor: AG1
    00:27:32 Stress & Tipping Point; Athletic Tradeoffs, Triathletes
    00:36:17 Back Pain, Goals & Training Program
    00:45:57 Spine Hygiene, Back Pain, Powerlifting
    00:53:33 Genetics & Running
    00:59:34 Sponsor: LMNT
    01:00:46 Rehabilitation & Reducing Volume; Injury
    01:07:42 Tool: Training for Lifelong Fitness, Injury & Joints
    01:17:40 Pain Types, Biopsychosocial Model of Pain
    01:26:15 Coaching, Explosivity & Endurance
    01:32:43 Virtual Surgery & Rest, Pain Recovery
    01:41:25 Tool: McGill’s Big 3; Building Back Strength & Stability
    01:46:39 Inversion Tables & Spine Deloading, Disc Bulge, Tool: Lumbar Support
    01:51:09 Tool: Daily Walking; Sitting
    01:55:33 Deadlift & Bone Density, Glute-Ham Raise
    02:06:20 Training & Age, Osteoporosis, Tool: Deadlift Alternatives
    02:16:47 Tools: Biblical Training Week; Spine Stability & McGill’s Big 3; Shrinking & Age
    02:24:16 Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP); Disc Damage
    02:27:56 Tools: Biblical Training Week & Strength Exercises, Neck Strength
    02:35:24 Tools: Sword Play, Distal Limb Loading, Training for Symmetry
    02:42:38 Tools: Biblical Training Week, Mobility & Cardiovascular Exercises, Athletic Panel
    02:49:22 Zero-Cost Support, YouTube, Spotify & Apple Follow & Reviews, YouTube Feedback, Protocols Book, Social Media, Neural Network Newsletter
    Disclaimer & Disclosures

    • 2 hrs 52 min
    Dr. Matthew Hill: How Cannabis Impacts Health & the Potential Risks

    Dr. Matthew Hill: How Cannabis Impacts Health & the Potential Risks

    In this episode, my guest is Dr. Matthew Hill, Ph.D., a professor of cell biology and anatomy at the Hotchkiss Brain Institute at the University of Calgary and an expert on the biology of cannabis. We discuss how cannabis affects the brain to produce its psychoactive effects (feeling “high”), including altered time perception, focus, memory, appetite, and stress.
    We discuss how THC vs. cannabidiol (CBD) affects the brain, the effects of different routes of cannabis administration (e.g., smoking, vaping, edibles), high-potency THC, and whether cannabis is addictive. We discuss if there is a link between cannabis use and the development of psychosis, anxiety, bipolar depression, or schizophrenia. 
    We discuss whether CBD has clinical benefits in regulating stress, promoting sleep, and treating certain diseases. We also discuss if there are real and consistent differences in the biological effects of different cannabis strains, if cannabis impacts hormones, and the uses of cannabis for the management of pain, stress, Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety, and nausea.
    Listeners of this episode will get an up-to-date understanding of what is currently known about how cannabis affects the brain and body, including both its potential benefits and risks.
    Access the full show notes for this episode at hubermanlab.com.
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    Timestamps
    00:00:00 Dr. Matthew Hill
    00:00:00 Sponsors: Eight Sleep, LMNT & BetterHelp
    00:07:16 Cannabis, THC, Cannabidiol (CBD), Terpenes
    00:12:08 Psychoactive Effects, Cannabis “High”; Time Perception
    00:16:55 Cannabis & Brain, CB1 Receptor, Endocannabinoids
    00:26:19 Endocannabinoids Types: Anandamide, 2-AG
    00:33:46 “Munchies”, Cannabis & Appetite
    00:42:17 Sponsor: AG1
    00:44:06 THC & Anandamide, Pharmacology
    00:52:37 THC & CB1 Receptors, Intoxication & Appetite
    00:58:57 Cannabis & Focus, Memory
    01:04:09 Routes of Administration, Concentration, Cannabis Research
    01:15:12 Self-Regulation, Inhalation & THC, Tolerance; THC Concentrates
    01:22:25 Sponsor: InsideTracker
    01:23:36 Addiction & Cannabis, Cannabis Use Disorder
    01:31:30 Cannabis Legalization & Use, Edibles & ER Visits
    01:36:48 Oral Consumption, Edibles, Dosing & Time Course
    01:41:12 Drug Testing & Cannabis, Exercise
    01:46:04 Cannabis & Hormones, Gynecomastia, Sperm Quality
    01:54:37 Cannabis & Pregnancy; Selling Recreational Cannabis
    02:04:07 Vaping
    02:07:05 Psychosis, Anxiety & Cannabis
    02:17:17 Cannabis, Psychosis, Schizophrenia & Genetics
    02:30:45 Cannabis Use & Schizophrenia, Manic Bipolar, THC Potency, Nicotine
    02:40:37 Schizophrenia, Cannabis Legalization
    02:45:06 Cannabis Strains, Indica, Sativa, Subjective Effects & Expectancy Bias
    02:57:00 CBD, Pediatric Epilepsy, Adenosine
    03:07:22 Entourage Effect; Placebo Effect, CBD & Doses
    03:19:12 Cannabis Health Risks, Cardiovascular Risk, Schizophrenia 
    03:27:08 Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome & Hot Shower
    03:31:30 Cannabis Benefits: Pain, Stress, Anxiety, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
    03:40:18 Cannabis & Anxiety, Anandamide & Stress Response
    03:45:55 Scientific Discussion, Clarification & Advancement
    03:49:47 Zero-Cost Support, YouTube, Spotify & Apple Follow & Reviews, YouTube Feedback, Protocols Book, Social Media, Neural Network Newsletter
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    • 3 hrs 52 min
    How to Improve Skin Health & Appearance

    How to Improve Skin Health & Appearance

    In this episode, I discuss skin health and appearance and why both are important indicators of the health status of your immune system, gut microbiome, and other organ systems. I explain why sunlight is essential for skin and hormone health and how excessive sunlight can accelerate skin aging and cause certain skin cancers. I discuss the different types of sunscreens (physical, chemical, and mineral-based) and potential health concerns of the chemicals found in some (but not all) sunscreens.
    I also discuss the importance of getting your skin (and not just moles) checked for pre-cancerous and cancer growths, the role of nutrition and lifestyle factors that improve skin health and appearance, and how to improve your skin by reducing local and systemic inflammation and supporting your microbiome. 
    I explain what works to improve your skin's youthfulness and appearance, including reducing wrinkles, sagging, and pore size. I review the data on ingesting (or topically applied) collagen, vitamin C, niacinamide, hyaluronic acid, and retinol, and what is known about the use of peptides (e.g., BPC-157, copper peptides) and red and far-red light phototherapies for improving skin health and appearance.
    I also discuss the causes of acne, rosacea, and psoriasis and explain nutritional, skin care, and prescription-based approaches to treating these common skin conditions.
    This episode ought to help everyone better understand the biology of the skin and help them make the best possible decisions for their skin health, care, and appearance according to age, goals, and current skin conditions.
    Access the full show notes, including referenced articles, books, people mentioned, and additional resources at hubermanlab.com.
    Andrew's New Book
    Protocols: An Operating Manual for the Human Body: https://protocolsbook.com
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    Timestamps
    00:00:00 Skin Health
    00:02:59 Sponsors: Joovv, BetterHelp & ROKA 
    00:07:18 Skin Biology, Skin Layers
    00:12:40 Sun Exposure, UV Light & Skin Cancers; Sunscreen
    00:19:51 Aging, Sun Exposure, Skin Cancers, Physical Barriers
    00:27:24 Sunburn & Skin Cancers
    00:30:09 Sponsor: AG1
    00:31:58 Vitamin D, Sun Exposure & Sunscreen
    00:36:50 Organic (Chemical) Sunscreen & Inorganic (Mineral-Based) Sunscreen
    00:49:20 Skin Cancers, Moles, Laser Resurfacing
    00:53:59 Sponsor: LMNT
    00:55:34 Sun Exposure, Melanoma & Life Expectancy
    01:03:13 Tool: Youthful Skin, Collagen & Vitamin C
    01:12:55 Peptides, BPC-157, Copper
    01:20:58 Tool: Niacinamide (Nicotinamide), Youthful Skin, Dark Spots, Hyaluronic Acid
    01:26:25 Tool: Retinol (Retin-A, Tretinoin, Retinyl Esters), Youthful Skin
    01:33:07 Tool: Phototherapy, Youthful Skin, Treating Skin Conditions
    01:41:10 Tool: Nutrition for Skin Health, Anti-Inflammatory Diets
    01:47:54 Highly Processed Foods, Advanced Glycation End Products & Skin Health
    01:52:08 Tools: Reduce Inflammation: Gut Microbiome, Sleep, Alcohol, Smoking, Stress
    01:58:58 Acne, Hormones & Insulin; Tool: Low Glycemic Diet, Dairy
    02:07:26 Tools: Face Cleansing & Acne; Scarring & Popping Pimples
    02:13:29 Tool: Treating Rosacea, Alcohol, Skin Care, Nutrition
    02:18:31 Stubborn Rosacea, Over Cleansing, Pulsed Dye Laser
    02:21:04 Psoriasis Treatment, Immune System & Prescriptions
    02:25:24 Zero-Cost Support, YouTube, Spotify & Apple Follow & Reviews, YouTube Feedback, Protocols Book, Social Media, Neural Network Newsletter
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    • 2 hrs 27 min
    Dr. Gabrielle Lyon: How to Exercise & Eat for Optimal Health & Longevity

    Dr. Gabrielle Lyon: How to Exercise & Eat for Optimal Health & Longevity

    In this episode, my guest is Dr. Gabrielle Lyon, D.O., a board-certified physician who did her clinical and research training at Washington University in geriatrics and nutrition. She is also an expert in how diet and exercise impact muscle and whole-body health and longevity. Dr. Lyon is a bestselling author and public educator. We discuss how healthy skeletal muscle promotes longevity, brain health, disease prevention, ideal body composition, and the health of other organs and bodily systems.
    She makes specific nutritional recommendations for optimal health: what to eat, how much to eat, the timing of meals, the essential need for adequate quality protein (including animal and plant-based options), supplementation, and how our dietary requirements change with age. She explains why specific types of resistance training are essential to build and maintain muscle and overall metabolic health. She also describes how to include resistance training as part of your exercise regimen — regardless of age or sex. 
    She also provides specific mindset tools to encourage sustained adherence to healthy eating and exercise practices. Women and men of all ages will benefit from Dr. Lyon’s practical, evidence-based protocols to improve muscle and whole-body appearance, function, and health.
    Access the full show notes, including referenced articles, books, people mentioned, and additional resources at hubermanlab.com.
    Andrew's New Book
    Protocols: An Operating Manual for the Human Body: https://protocolsbook.com
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    Timestamps
    00:00:00 Protocols Book; Dr. Gabrielle Lyon
    00:03:23 Sponsors: Maui Nui, Levels & Helix Sleep
    00:07:40 Skeletal Muscle & Longevity
    00:11:25 “Under-muscled”, Leucine & Muscle Health
    00:15:55 Muscle Health
    00:19:45 Tool: Carbohydrate Consumption & Activity, Glycogen
    00:25:14 Tools: Nutrition for Healthy Skeletal Muscle, First Meal
    00:31:57 Sponsor: AG1
    00:33:46 Quality Protein, Animal & Plant-Based Proteins
    00:37:36 Dietary Protein Recommendations, Meal Threshold
    00:41:19 Muscle Health & Aging
    00:46:02 Supplements & Creatine; Dietary Protein
    00:50:07 Tool: Dietary Protein Recommendation; Gout & Cancer Risk
    00:52:43 Effects of Dietary Protein & Exercise on Body Composition
    01:03:06 Thermic Effects, Protein 
    01:05:02 Sponsor: InsideTracker
    01:06:14 Protein & Satiety, Insulin & Glucose
    01:12:04 Tool: Older Adults, Resistance Training & Dietary Protein
    01:17:48 Dietary Protein, mTOR & Cancer Risk
    01:21:36 Muscle Span & Aging, Sedentary Behaviors
    01:24:00 Mixed Meals, Protein Quality, Fiber
    01:29:21 Inactivity & Insulin Resistance, Inflammation
    01:38:43 Exercise & Myokines, Brain Health & BDNF
    01:44:11 Tool: Resistance Training Protocols, Hypertrophy, “High Ground”
    01:52:51 High Ground Exercises; Tendon Strength; Training Duration, Blue Zones
    01:58:19 Movement, Exercise & Older Adults
    02:04:25 Tool: Protein Timing & Resistance Training; VO2 Max, Aging, Blood Work
    02:11:13 Supplements: Creatine, Urolithin A, Whey Protein, Fish Oil, Collagen
    02:20:18 Fasting, Older Adults; Tool: Meal Timing
    02:25:18 Animal Proteins & Dairy; Organ Meats, Vegan; Magnesium, Zinc
    02:30:59 Medications & Muscle Health
    02:32:49 Obesity & GLP-1 Analogs, Ozempic, Mounjaro, Skeletal Muscle
    02:40:48 Benefits of Skeletal Muscle & Aging
    02:42:16 Tools: Nutrition & Resistance Training for Muscle Health
    02:45:44 Mindset Tools: Standards vs. Goals; Vulnerability Points
    02:52:00 Mindset Tools: Neutrality; Health & Worth
    03:01:14 Zero-Cost Support, Spotify & Apple Follow & Reviews, YouTube Feedback, Social Media, Neural Network Newsletter, Protocols Book
    Disclaimer

    • 3 hrs 3 min
    Perform with Dr. Andy Galpin: Why Muscle Matters & How to Build It

    Perform with Dr. Andy Galpin: Why Muscle Matters & How to Build It

    I'm honored to share Episode 2 of the first season of Perform with Dr. Andy Galpin.
    Dr. Andy Galpin is a tenured full professor at California State University, Fullerton, where he co-directs the Center for Sport Performance and leads the Biochemistry and Molecular Exercise Physiology Laboratory.
    Andy is both a friend and a colleague, and I'm delighted to have assisted in the creation of this podcast. I'm certain you'll both enjoy and learn from it.
    Season 1 features 10 episodes, airing every Wednesday for 10 weeks. Dr. Galpin will cover everything from building strength, the importance of strength for long-term health, the science of breathing, the benefits of sleep extension, genetic testing for personalized training, and nutrition for injury recovery.
    While we have Episode 2 of Perform with Dr. Andy Galpin here, please be sure to subscribe and follow Perform with Dr. Andy Galpin on your preferred platform.
    Show notes for this episode can be found at performpodcast.com.
    Timestamps
    00:00:00 Introduction from Dr. Andrew Huberman
    00:01:06 Skeletal Muscle
    00:04:06 Sponsors: Absolute Rest & Momentous
    00:07:20 Quantity & Quality; Organ System; Health & Performance
    00:12:58 Plasticity, “Look Good, Feel Good, Play Good”; Muscle Types
    00:15:46 What is Muscle?, Muscle Fibers, Tendon
    00:21:37 Muscle Fiber Number, Hyperplasia, Anabolic Steroids, Age
    00:24:03 Myonuclei & Adaptability
    00:26:27 Muscle Fiber Types, Variable Muscle Functions
    00:32:24 Fiber Type & Lifestyle Factors
    00:34:54 Sponsors: David Protein & AG1
    00:37:37 Age & Muscle Loss, Slow vs. Fast-Twitch Fibers; Motor Units
    00:46:36 Muscle Size vs. Muscle Strength, Quantity vs. Quality
    00:50:56 Investigate: Muscle Quantity, Fat-Free Mass Index (FFMI)
    00:56:21 FFMI, Elite Athletes, Muscle Mass
    01:00:59 Muscle Asymmetry; Too Much Muscle Possible?
    01:03:49 Interpret: Muscle Mass, FFMI Calculations & Percentiles
    01:09:28 Tool: Intervene - Increase Muscle Mass, 72-Hour Rule
    01:15:27 Sponsors: Maui Nui & Renaissance Periodization
    01:17:51 Investigate: Muscle Quality & 4 Movement Principles
    01:23:34 Muscle Quality & 3 Performance Principles 
    01:26:42 Interpret: Muscle Speed, Age
    01:32:45 Muscle Power, Vertical Jump, Broad Jump
    01:36:17 Muscle Strength, Powerlifting Elite, Bench Press, Leg Press, Grip Strength
    01:44:05 Increasing Strength, Improve Health & Longevity
    01:46:44 Tool: Intervene - Improve Muscle Quality, 4 Training Principles, 3-to-5 Rule
    01:53:56 Zero-Cost Support, YouTube, Spotify & Apple Subscribe & Reviews, Sponsors, YouTube Feedback, Social Media
    01:56:10 Conclusion from Dr. Andrew Huberman
    Disclaimer

    • 1 hr 56 min
    Dr. Zachary Knight: The Science of Hunger & Medications to Combat Obesity

    Dr. Zachary Knight: The Science of Hunger & Medications to Combat Obesity

    In this episode, my guest is Dr. Zachary Knight, Ph.D., a professor of physiology at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), and Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) investigator. We discuss how the brain controls our sense of hunger, satiety, and thirst. He explains how dopamine levels impact our cravings and eating behavior (amount, food choices, etc) and how we develop and can change our food preferences and adjust how much we need to eat to feel satisfied.
    We discuss factors that have led to the recent rise in obesity, such as interactions between our genes and the environment and the role of processed foods and food combinations. We also discuss the new class of medications developed for the treatment of obesity and diabetes, including the GLP-1 agonists semaglutide (Ozempic, Wegovy) and tirzepatide (Mounjaro). We discuss how these medications work to promote weight loss, the source of their side effects, and the newer compounds soon to overcome some of those side effects, such as muscle loss.
    Dr. Knight provides an exceptionally clear explanation for our sense of hunger, thirst, and food cravings that translates to practical knowledge to help listeners better understand their relationship to food, food choices, and meal size to improve their diet and overall health.
    For show notes, including referenced articles and additional resources, please visit hubermanlab.com.
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    Timestamps
    00:00:00 Dr. Zachary Knight
    00:02:38 Sponsors: BetterHelp, Helix Sleep & Waking Up
    00:07:07 Hunger & Timescales
    00:11:28 Body Fat, Leptin, Hunger
    00:17:51 Leptin Resistance & Obesity
    00:20:52 Hunger, Food Foraging & Feeding Behaviors, AgRP Neurons
    00:30:26 Sponsor: AG1
    00:32:15 Body Weight & Obesity, Genes & POMC Neurons
    00:39:54 Obesity, Genetics & Environmental Factors
    00:46:05 Whole Foods, Ultra-Processed Foods & Palatability
    00:49:32 Increasing Whole Food Consumption, Sensory Specific Satiety & Learning
    00:58:55 Calories vs. Macronutrients, Protein & Salt
    01:02:23 Sponsor: LMNT
    01:03:58 Challenges of Weight Loss: Hunger & Energy Expenditure
    01:09:50 GLP-1 Drug Development, Semaglutide, Ozempic, Wegovy
    01:19:03 GLP-1 Drugs: Muscle Loss, Appetite Reduction, Nausea
    01:23:24 Pharmacologic & Physiologic Effects; GLP-1 Drugs, Additional Positive Effects
    01:30:14 GLP-1-Plus Development, Tirzepatide, Mounjaro, AMG 133
    01:34:49 Alpha-MSH & Pharmacology
    01:40:41 Dopamine, Eating & Context
    01:46:01 Dopamine & Learning, Water Content & Food
    01:53:23 Salt, Water & Thirst
    02:03:27 Hunger vs. Thirst
    02:05:46 Dieting, Nutrition & Mindset
    02:09:39 Tools: Improving Diet & Limiting Food Intake
    02:14:15 Anti-Obesity Drug Development
    02:17:03 Zero-Cost Support, Spotify & Apple Follow & Reviews, YouTube Feedback, Social Media, Neural Network Newsletter
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    • 2 hrs 18 min

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