Tim Ferris is a notorious self-experimenter, three-time New York Times bestselling author, angel investor, startup advisor, and much, much, much more.
In this episode, we discuss...
(00:00) Introduction (02:29) Oxytocin, vasopressin, and the neuroendocrine basis of pair bond formation (05:54) Tim’s self-experimentation with the ketogenic diet and the biomarkers he measures daily (14:55) Can a ketogenic diet reduce Alzheimer’s disease risk? (22:14) Inflammation accelerates aging, but is necessary for tissue repair (26:17) Vitamin C reduces inflammation, but may also inhibit muscle growth (35:22) Tim describes his experience with Lyme disease (45:43) Rhonda talks about her experience with MRSA and antibiotics (48:55) Tim’s personal experience with ketosis (55:06)The 4-Hour Body talks about improving your body's performance while doing less (01:02:56) How to reduce social stress by exposing yourself to similar stresses (01:09:52) Meditation can help you stay focused and improve production (01:12:40) Tim Ferriss' future plans in Hollywood If you’re interested in learning more, you can read the full show notes here.
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