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Listen to inspiring conversations about cutting edge mental and physical techniques to help you live beyond the status quo. This podcast will motivate you to grow your business, get in better shape, perform at your peak, and most importantly have more fun. Matt Wilson is the co-founder of the popular blog Under30CEO and the travel company Under30Experiences.

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Listen to inspiring conversations about cutting edge mental and physical techniques to help you live beyond the status quo. This podcast will motivate you to grow your business, get in better shape, perform at your peak, and most importantly have more fun. Matt Wilson is the co-founder of the popular blog Under30CEO and the travel company Under30Experiences.

    #172 The Problem with our Food Supply, How to Overcome It, & Reach Our Potential w/ Teri Cochrane, The Wildatarian

    #172 The Problem with our Food Supply, How to Overcome It, & Reach Our Potential w/ Teri Cochrane, The Wildatarian

    (While eradicating cancer and neurodegenerative disease from our planet!)
    Teri Cochrane is an integrative practitioner, certified coach, herbologist, function nutritionist, founder of the Cochrane Method, and author of the Wildatarian Diet: Living as Nature Intended.
    Teri specializes in getting people to their potential and my conversation with Teri will definitely help you get to the next level.  It’s full of both big-picture ideas to make you a better thinker and decision-maker while getting down to actionable steps that you can take to improve your health.
    We keep this episode very “consumer-friendly” so an everyday person can listen in and find out: 
    How to become better at systems thinking, decision-making, and become a “solution seeker.” 
    How Teri’s background managing a billion dollars as a risk manager for a Fortune 50 company led her to produce a systems mindset and create the Cochrane Method.  She even gives tips on how you can become a better systems thinker using your own personal algorithm.
    Why Terri believes “the thought creates the thing,” and that “diet is everything we consume in life.”  (Not just food!) Teri addresses the concept of “intuitive eating” and...
    How you can create an intuitive practice to make better decisions and how to listen to your intuition rather than fear. 
    We go into the issues with today’s food supply and how through healing ourselves, we can heal the planet.  
    Foods you can find in the grocery store and meals you can prepare in five minutes that adhere to Teri’s Wildatarian approach! 
    Did you know that 45% of young people aren’t healthy enough to qualify for the military?  Our health is now becoming a national security issue.  
     
    Nerd Alert! 
    Listen to the end where Teri drops some serious knowledge on how amyloids in industrialized meat are causing tremendous viral and fungal load on our bodies, contributing to biofilms, and eventually cancer and neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.   That’s right, Teri believes these things are metabolic diseases and that beta-amyloid plaques are just a symptom of Alzheimer’s, not the cause! 
    This is cutting edge science here, and a theory we are thrilled to be getting out to the world! 
     
    Books Recommended: 
    The Wildatarian Diet: Living the Way Nature Intended
    Biology of Belief (not mentioned but you should read it!)
     
    Additional Podcasts you could listen to Terry on: 
    Bulletproof
    Ben Greenfield Fitness
     
    Foods recommended: 
    Apple cider vinegar
    Mold free spices like rosemary, oregano, thyme, etc. 
    BPA free, wild caught salmon from Thrive Market
    My order from US Wellness Meats
    Bison  Cornish game hen Duck Lamb Elk Celtic Sea Salt is said to be cleaner than Himalayan
    Mary’s Crackers
     
    How to equip your kitchen: 
    A good knife
    Eco-friendly cutting board
    Cast iron skillet (or if you have high iron levels already this one by xtrema)
    Pressure cooker
     
    Action Items:
    Take a 23 and me test to understand your genetics 
    Get Teri’s book The Wildatarian Diet: Living the Way Nature Intended
    Start today!!! 
     
    Visit my website: mattwilson.co 

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    #171 Avoiding Eye Strain, Migraines, and Keeping Your Eyesight in a Modern World with Dr. Rani Banik

    #171 Avoiding Eye Strain, Migraines, and Keeping Your Eyesight in a Modern World with Dr. Rani Banik

    I talked to an eye doctor and she blew my mind.
    If you are a reasonable person, you probably want to avoid losing your eyesight, have suffered from headaches, or wonder if all this time in front of the computer is affecting our health.
    Now, I have the answers from Dr. Rani Banik, M.D., a neuro-ophthalmologist, professor at Mount Siani in New York City, who also understands functional medicine! I think the cool kids would call her a unicorn.
    She gave me a ton of tips on:
    Getting through our workday without eye strain
    How to avoid migraines
    Foods & supplements that can strengthen your eyes
    Apps to download to can reduce headaches and keep our vision
    I also talked to her about the dangers of florescent lights, how blue lights affect our sleep, and she shared her 20/20 rule for taking breaks on the computer. She even mentioned how it’s best not to overdo it on eye drops and which fish are best for your retina!
    PS., did you know there was an oral sunscreen you can take?
    You can listen to the full episode here on iTunes.

    Recommended apps:
    F.lux (good) Iris (best) You can get 10% off with code “mattwilsontv” Recommended blue-blocking glasses:
    True Dark--Matt & Dr. Rani both wear these at night before bed. Ra Optics The safest eye drops Dr. Rani suggested after the show:
    Zaditor or Opcon-A eye drops for allergies Lubricating/wetting drops without polyvinyl alcohol. To start off: Refresh For severely dry: Refresh LiquiGel or Systane Gel
    Supplements discussed:
    A good, non-spoiled Omega 3 fish oil Pure Encapsulations--good brand, not too expensive Astaxanthin--Matt takes as an anti-oxidant and oral sunscreen Bulletproof Eye Armor that includes “vitamin L, Z, &M” as Dr. Rani mentioned Dr. Rani Banik, M.D. on Instagram.
    Her two Facebook Groups…
    Envision Health Eye on Migraine And a generous offer for our listeners to set up a 10-minute free consult with her, or just email her via her website!
    Visit my website: mattwilson.co 

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    #170 Emotional Mastery: Understand Yourself Better & Boost Your Relationships with Carla Blumenthal

    #170 Emotional Mastery: Understand Yourself Better & Boost Your Relationships with Carla Blumenthal

    Carla Blumenthal coaches thoughtful, conscientious men who are looking to achieve greater success, more freedom, and build extraordinary relationships. She has coached a vast range of clients, from marketing execs and C-suite techs in New York and Silicon Valley, to entertainers, real estate investors, consultants, managers, architects, and small business owners.
    Through their work together, many of her clients have landed new jobs, started their own businesses, and met their romantic partners—all while feeling more fulfilled and balanced at the same time. Carla’s signature method involves working from the inside out and leveraging insights from the latest Emotional Intelligence and High Performance Coaching researches.
    Carla has been a guest on podcasts like “Your Biggest Vision Show,” “Best Real Estate Advice Ever,” and the “Investor Mindset.” She has also given a TEDx talk, has been featured in Forbes, and presented at TEDWomen. She lives with her husband in the Greater New York area.
     
    This week’s episode talks about the two parts of intention and what unintentionality is, why it’s important to love the NOs and not take things personally, and what people always fall short on.
    Carla also shares how she helps people manage their emotions within relationships, what helped her open up her world, and why she focuses on emotional intelligence in her life and coaching.
    On setting goals, Carla has this to say, “Inventorying and auditing is a process that I think is so critical because you can really assess what’s happening, what’s working, what’s not working, what would feel good to set that goal.”
     
    Visit my website: mattwilson.co 

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    #169 Rewrite the Rules: Take Action to Live Life on Your Own Terms with Alex Starr

    #169 Rewrite the Rules: Take Action to Live Life on Your Own Terms with Alex Starr

    Alex Starr is a former AmeriCorps volunteer, a Wildland firefighter, founder of Rewrite the Rules, and the host of the top rated Rewrite the Rules with Alex Starr podcast. The Environmental Science and Business Management graduate is also a wilderness first responder and has had several volunteer experiences under his belt. Not only that, he was also the recipient of the Bronze Congressional Medal of Service Award as well as the Gold Presidential Award.
    In 2012, Alex decided he needed a break from college and take a different route. He ended up travelling the country as part of a volunteer group, backpacked through South America, and fought wildfires across the west.
    His podcast, Rewrite the Rules with Alex Starr interviews a vast range of guests including authors, CEOs, Navy SEALS, and even former gang members. From the interviews, he hopes to help people explore and work on key facets of their lives that can use some rewriting—career, relationships, mindset, future, etc.—so they’ll be able to live their best lives on their own terms.
     
    This week’s episode talks about what he finds engaging about travelling, how people can gain better perspective when they are caught up in their problems, and what his podcast is all about.
    Alex also shares what prompted him to live life on his own terms, what he tells himself to quiet his ego, and what his budget style is.
    On how people can gain better perspective when they are so caught up in their own problems, Alex shares this advice, “Write everything. There is no practice that is more effective and cheap than getting a piece of paper and pen.”
     
    Visit my website: mattwilson.co 

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    #168 Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus: Relationship Skills for Today’s Complex World with John Gray

    #168 Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus: Relationship Skills for Today’s Complex World with John Gray

    John Gray is a relationship counselor, author, lecturer and family therapist. He is a member of the American Counseling Association and the International Association of Marriage and Family Counselors. Prior to his career as a personal relationship counsellor and author, he was the personal assistant to the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi for nine years.
    In 1992, he wrote the bestselling book “Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus.” The book also formed the central theme of all his other career activities and subsequent books. “Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus” sold more than 15 million copies and was hailed one of the “highest ranked work of non-fiction” in the 90s according to a report published by CNN.
    The book has been published in over 40 languages and has led to weekend seminars, infomercials, videotapes and audiotapes, a TV sitcom and even a contract with 20th Century Fox.
    John also writes a USA-syndicated column with over 30 million readers. His piece appears in New York Daily News, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The Denver Post, San Antonio Express-News, and New York Newsday. He has also made countless media appearances including Larry King Live, Oprah, and The Phil Donahue Show. John has also been profiled on People, Forbes, and Newsweek magazines.
     
    This week’s episode talks about how men and women can be more mindful of their hormone levels, how to understand gender differences, and the modern obstacles to women having normally produced estrogen.
    John also discusses the link between testosterone and meditation, how one can be less judgmental towards how others think, and the biggest estrogen producer there is.
    On how estrogen is produced, John has this to say, “Estrogen is produced when you feel dependent. This is like a big revelation. A lot of research went into this. When women feel dependent on someone for something that they can’t get themselves, estrogen levels go up. That’s what estrogen is about.”
     
    Visit my website: mattwilson.co 

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    #167 Our Beliefs Create Our Reality: Meditation and Psychedelics with Brandon Epstein

    #167 Our Beliefs Create Our Reality: Meditation and Psychedelics with Brandon Epstein

    Brandon Epstein is a fitness model, peak performance coach, and former college football player turned serial entrepreneur. He is the founder of The BE Mindset and the co-founder of Jump Rope Dudes. He is also the creator of the BE app, an app designed to help people live their lives in the present moment. The guided meditation is designed to program one’s mind to spend more time in the present moment resulting to a feeling of satisfaction, peace, and joy.
    Jump Rope Dudes is the largest online fitness brand in the world exclusively dedicated to jump rope exercise. After losing a combined 130 pounds on each of their fitness journeys, Brandon and co-founder Dan Witmer have shared what they have learned and has helped countless people around the world transform their bodies (and their lives) through rope jumping. Their YouTube channel now has a total of 500k plus followers.
    Jump Rope Dudes has been featured in several publications including the Wall Street Journal and GQ. They have also collaborated with Roc Nation to introduce new music to their followers via jump rope workouts. Other brands they have worked with include Crossrope, Audible, and MeUndies.
    The Episode
    This week’s episode talks about Brandon's experience with Bufo Alvarius, how perceptions can become beliefs, and the two ways you can reprogram your beliefs.
    Brandon also shares what his latest psychedelic journey was like, the importance of having a stable meditation foundation before trying psychedelics, and how people can build a solid foundation so they can reassemble their subconscious.
    On the power of belief, Brandon has this to say, “I believe that the way we feel, the way we behave, what we are attracted to, what we are attracting all stem from our beliefs.”

    • 47 min

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