Vegan and vegetarian nutrition, running and training tips, and healthy lifestyle and habit change with well-known guests like Rich Roll, Brendan Brazier, Heather Crosby, Leo Babauta, Rip Esselstyn, Pamela Fergusson, Dan Buettner, make for an entertaining, informative, no-preach listen.
Do You Need a Digital Declutter? 3 Steps to Making it Happen
It's easy to take for granted just how much we've allowed digital media to creep into our lives over the past two decades — to the point that we've lost much of what it used to mean to be human. Add to the constant dopamine hits we get from our screens the ones we get from our food and our drugs (even just caffeine), and soon enough, our entire days are frittered away in search of the next fix, be it a bite of junk food or a few minutes doom-scrolling through Instagram. But within reach there's a way to take back your life, at least when it comes to digital distraction. It's the 30-day digital declutter described by Cal Newport in his book Digital Minimalism, and in this episode of the Outlier Health Podcast, Matt Frazier and Matt Tullman break down the steps and the rules of implementing this life-changing process in your own life.
Plant-Based Morning Show: Oldest Living Americans' Diet Habits, Matt Thinks He'll Live to 250
Thursday, February 29th. In this episode we talk about: Has ChatGPT been a disappointment? Weather report: SBF is still vegan despite terrible prison food, I'm a Vegan Who Worked at Trader Joe's Here are 8 High-Quality Items I Can't Believe I Found There (https://www.yahoo.com/news/im-vegan-used-trader-joes-165127385.html) 2nd Oldest Woman in U.S. Shares Longevity Secrets ( Inside the Oldest Living American's Diet () Tune in live every weekday at 11am to watch on or on Instagram ( and ), or watch on Twitter or Twitch! Follow , , and for more.
Plant-Based Morning Show: France Bans All Meaty-Sounding Names for Plant-Based Products
Wednesday, February 28th. In this episode we talk about: Matt finally uses tofu skins Weather report: PETA will use geo-fencing to target Starbucks execs with anti-upcharge ad, Wendy's to implement surge pricing, people are mad at Kellogg's for suggesting we eat cereal for dinner, lab-grown coffee is coming Tune in live every weekday at 11am to watch on or on Instagram ( and ), or watch on Twitter or Twitch! Follow , , and for more.
Plant-Based Morning Show: Carnivore Diet King Admits Long-Term Risks are Unknown
Tuesday, February 27th. In this episode we talk about: What prevents mainstreamers from considering plant-based diet? Weather report: 'I Could Never Go Vegan' Documetary, Breyer's launches ice cream with animal-free whey Health Warning Issued for Vegan Cheese as Government Urged to Act () The 'King' of Carnivore Diet Admits He Doesn't Know the Long-Term Effects (https://plantbasednews.org/lifestyle/health-and-fitness/carnivore-diet-long-term-effects/) Tune in live every weekday at 11am to watch on or on Instagram ( and ), or watch on Twitter or Twitch! Follow , , and for more.
No Meat Athlete Radio: How to Eat Healthily When You Don't Have the Time
In this episode the four of us discuss ways to eat healthy (and not just sort of healthy, but really healthy) when life gets so busy that just getting a meal on the table feels like a win. We also followup on Matt and Matt's previous episode's alcohol conversation, with Isabelle and Doug weighing in with two new takes on whether or not a small amount of alcohol has a place in a healthy lifestyle.
Does Alcohol Have Any Place in a Healthy Lifestyle?
In this episode of the Outlier Health Podcast, Matt Frazier and Matt Tullman dig into the controversial topic of alcohol. During the 1990's, red wine (consumed in moderate amounts) gained the reputation of being beneficial for heart health. But that research has largely been debunked, and in 2024, it's accepted by most people that alcohol of any kind isn't good for us. And yet when we look at the longest-lived, happiest cultures in the world (like the Blue Zones cultures), we see that moderate alcohol use is a part of many of their lives. So what's the deal? Is it just correlation? Or is responsible alcohol consumption actually beneficial — or at least, not harmful — in the quest for a long, happy life?
One Matt is great
I’ve been a regular listener of the Plant Based Morning Show and No Meat Athlete radio. I love Matt Frazier and Doug Hay for their entertaining banter and informative episodes. I stopped listening to No Meat Athlete when Matt Tullman started hosting because he’s intolerable. I’ve given him another chance with this podcast and he’s still too arrogant and can’t seem to get Matt Frazier’s sense of humor or understand that sometimes people have other opinions that are valid. I may skip any episodes of which he’s a host. Isabella seems to be a good addition. Thank you Matt Frazier and Doug for fueling my runs!
Used to be My favorite podcast
I used to love this show so much, the new additional hosts totally ruined the show. The vibe has totally changed. RIP No Meat Athlete Radio.
A little hard for me to understand
I like the content but wish the hosts would speak a little slower and more clearly. Thanks!