Super Human Radio is the world's first broadcast radio show dedicated to anti-aging, human performance, fitness and nutrition. We discuss topics that are taboo for other radio shows like the benefits of anabolic steroids, anti-aging medicine, raw food eating and much more. The show airs weekly on various radio stations throughout the US. Host Carl Lanore is possibly the most knowledgeable about the subject matter and is constantly praised by experts and guest who see him more as a peer than a talking head. The show is fast moving and entertaining while addressing some very scientific subjects and making it easy for everyone to understand.
Becoming A Happiness Warrior
SHR # 2695:: Becoming A Happiness Warrior - Eric North - Almost twenty years ago, a few days before Easter of 2002, North was in the end stages of an almost ten-year abusive relationship. Life had lost its magic--he was mostly depressed, lonely, and very disconnected. He had lost his job, lost touch with his family, and had been living in a succession of cheap hotel rooms with an abusive partner. Living with an alcoholic or addict would be hard enough, but a physical and mental abuse adds an even deeper soul-destroying hell. After a particularly violent event, he felt his inner strength return and knew that he would do anything from that moment on to change his life. He left right then with nowhere to go, an unpaid hotel bill, and barely enough money to survive for another day. As desperate as things were, he knew that he was going to turn his life around. On that day, the blueprint for what would become his new life as the Happiness Warrior was forged.
Antihypertensive Properties of Green and Black Tea
SHR # 2694:: Antihypertensive Properties of Green and Black Tea - Dr. Geoffrey W. Abbott, M.S., Ph.D. - A new study from the University of California, Irvine shows that compounds in both green and black tea relax blood vessels by activating ion channel proteins in the blood vessel wall. The discovery helps explain the antihypertensive properties of tea and could lead to the design of new blood pressure-lowering medications. Published in Cellular Physiology and Biochemistry, the discovery was made by the laboratory of Geoffrey Abbott, PhD, a professor in the Department of Physiology and Biophysics at the UCI School of Medicine. Kaitlyn Redford, a graduate student in the Abbott Lab, was first author of the study titled, "KCNQ5 potassium channel activation underlies vasodilation by tea." Results from the research revealed that two catechin-type flavonoid compounds (epicatechin gallate and epigallocatechin-3-gallate) found in tea, each activate a specific type of ion channel protein named KCNQ5, which allows potassium ions to diffuse out of cells to reduce cellular excitability. As KCNQ5 is found in the smooth muscle that lines blood vessels, its activation by tea catechins was also predicted to relax blood vessels - a prediction confirmed by collaborators at the University of Copenhagen.
Silent MRSA Carriers Have Twice the Mortality Rate
SHR # 2693:: Silent MRSA Carriers Have Twice the Mortality Rate - Dr. Arch Mainous, Ph.D. - 2percent of the US population has MRSA at any given time. That's a large portion of the population. MRSA - or Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus - is rampant in hospitals, nursing homes, gyms, prisons and anywhere there is a concentration of people with open wounds and compromised immune systems. My bet is everyone knows someone who has it. In the elderly and infants it can be deadly. When it gets into the bloodstream it travels to every organ in the body. As the name implies, it's antibiotic resistant so depending on how bad the infection is difficult to get rid of. But over time you can get rid of it. An emerging problem however is people who carry the bacteria and don't know it. If you don't develop symptoms and the infection you my never know you have it. And that will put you at greater risk of premature death.
The Blueprint Power Hour
SHR # 2692:: The Blueprint Power Hour - Rob Regish - Join the fun. Live listener questions are answered. Nothing is off topic. Training, supplementation, nutrition, sex, drugs, rock -n- roll.
The Fallacy that Only Adult Humans Drink Milk
SHR # 2691:: The Fallacy that Only Adult Humans Drink Milk - Joel Green - Whenever the discussion of drinking milk arises, someone inevitably says “well only humans drink milk as adults” implying that drinking milk is bad for you, because no other creatures on the planet but humans do this. Even Arnold was quoted from his Pumping Iron movie saying “milk is for babies” as its inappropriateness for the bodybuilder diet. Meanwhile in the same time frame and geographical locale fathers of Physical Culture like LaLane, Gironda, Tanny credited raw unpasteurized milk and cream as their secret to building muscle and staying lean in the pre-anabolic steroid era. In this episode we explore this notion that dairy is somehow inappropriate once one is mature and has been weened to solid food “alternatives. Is there any truth to this notion that humans are the only species on the planet that continue to drink milk as adults?
The Pep Talk: Immunity, Autoimmunity, peptides and Fasting
SHR # 2690:: The Pep Talk: Immunity, Autoimmunity, peptides and Fasting - Dr. Heather Smith-Fernandez, MD - The immune system has been front and center since this pandemic. The people who are at greatest risk are those with pre-existing conditions including autoimmune conditions. Fasting, or time restricted feeding, has been used to treat autoimmune conditions. A newcomer to physicians' treatment offerings is peptides. These sophisticated strings of amino acids act as cellular messengers that help cells "fix" problems. Is there a way to leverage these two powerful tools to increase the likelihood of positive outcome in a variety of disease states? Listen and learn. shrnetwork.biz/freegift from Dr. Heather
Incredible Show Carl!
Thank you for all the years you’ve devoted to health and fitness! Especially tackling the hard topics! I’ve learned a lot!
The Best Podcast on Muscles Exercise and Peptides
I find Carl Lenore’s interviews and podcast fascinating and actionable from supplements to peptides to retaining and building muscle, even at my age. GHRP6 was huge for ‘reflux’ and advice to get off PPI’s even better. Look forward to every new episode.
Carl is one of the smartest guys I know. I truly enjoy listening to his podcast and encourage others to as well!!