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After more than two years The Bulletproof Executive Podcast has reached its 100th episode! And who better to have as a guest for this milestone than coffee titan and caffeine-expert, Dan Cox? If there is anyone alive today that can spit coffee talk more articulately or with more authority, we’d like to hear from him or her. Dan’s historical knowledge of coffee-for-consumption is unrivaled and his grasp of coffee culture today is paramount in the industry. In our centennial episode you will discover things abut coffee that I bet you didn’t know, like: the amount of effort it takes to test for mycotoxins in coffee, the current state of coffee brands in America, and what the future of our coffee consumption looks like. This old-school coffee mafia knows his stuff and presents a refreshingly humble take on these little seeds that make such a big impact on our lives. Thanks for listening and cheers to 100 more episodes!

Dan Cox is the Owner and President of Coffee Enterprises and a connoisseur of all things coffee. He was one of the first Americans to pass the rigorous Q Grader Exams of which there are only 1,000 worldwide. Dan is a leading authority on the Specialty Coffee Industry and brings to bear 32 years of practical experience in management, roasting, cupping, product development, and marketing. He received the prestigious honor of a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Specialty Coffee Association of America, and is also the Founder and President of Grounds for Health, a nonprofit bringing health care to women in coffee producing countries. He is a coffee titan like no other, although he would never agree with the designation.

Direct download: Podcast2010020with20Dan20Cox.mp4
Category:Health -- posted at: 12:00pm PST

Work smarter, not harder! You’ve probably heard this sentiment before in one-way or another. But what does it really mean, and is it actually possible to be more successful by doing less? Ari Meisel is the creator of Less Doing, a strategy to be able to do less and live more. Happy to have Ari back on Bulletproof Radio, he joins the podcast this time to talk about his forthcoming book, Less Doing, More Living and how he beat Crohn’s disease. Listen to the show and discover how to get things done better by creating the manual of you. You’ll also hear how to optimize your haircut. Enjoy!

In 2006, Ari Meisel was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease an incurable inflammatory disease of the digestive tract. His case was severe, and required over a dozen daily medications and several hospital visits. After reaching a personal low point in hospital, Meisel decided to take control of his own health and fix his then weakened body. With a focus on nutrition, supplementation, and exercise Ari was eventually declared free of all traces of the ‘incurable’ disease, and competed in Ironman France in June of 2011. Through the process of data collection, self-tracking, and analysis, Ari developed Less Doing. This was a way of dealing with the daily stresses of life by optimizing, automating, and outsourcing tasks in life and business. Today Ari focuses on Achievement Architecture, helping individuals be more effective at everything and advising several companies. Today Ari resides in Bridgehampton, NY with his wife Anna, three sons Benjamin, Sebastien, and Lucas, and two dogs Sylvain and Oscar. Follow him on Twitter at @arimeisel.

Direct download: Podcast209920with20Ari20Meisel.mp4
Category:Health -- posted at: 12:00pm PST

Any Hollywood movie star will tell you that lighting is ‘everything’ when it comes to looking great and performing well. But lighting is so much more than just looking good on camera – it affects your mental performance in a major way. Today’s podcast guest, Helen Irlen, is dedicated to getting the word out about visual health and how to optimize your performance by identifying your particular lighting requirements. On the show Helen talks about the Irlen Method and why the science of color transforms lives! Ever wonder what those funny-looking glasses are that Dave wears all the time? Discover what they are and why he wears them on this episode of Bulletproof Radio!

Helen L. Irlen is an internationally recognized educator, researcher, therapist, scholar, and expert in the area of visual-perceptual problems. She is a graduate of Cornell University. Ms. Irlen has been in the field of education for the past 40 years. Her background includes 15 years as a School Psychologist, 30 years as a Child and Family Therapist, Educational Therapist, founder and director of the Adult Learning Disabilities Program and Assistant Professor of Adult Learning Disabilities at California State University/Long Beach, instructor in psychology at Cornell University, and research assistant at Cornell. Because of this breakthrough, the Irlen Method has been the subject of two segments of 60 Minutes, Good Morning America, The Home Show, 60 Minutes Australia, a BBC Special, ABC Worldwide News with Peter Jennings, NBC News, and numerous TV shows around the world.

Direct download: Podcast209820with20Helen20Irlen.mp4
Category:Health -- posted at: 12:00pm PST

When was the last time you were consciously aware of how others perceive you in the world? Take a second and consider how biohacking your impact can improve performance. It’s not all tie-die and patchouli (although we love tie-die and patchouli), this stuff is based in science and it works. IEP Method creator, Anese Cavanaugh, comes on Bulletproof Radio to talk intentional energetic presence, and why not to be a professional bummer. You’ll discover the science behind IEP and how to boost your energetic presence. You’ll also learn why a great reason for having good hygiene. Dig in and be present!

Anese Cavanaugh is a mom, entrepreneur, writer, speaker, and all-around leadership and collaboration expert. She is the creator of the IEP Method and Craft Impact Program. Anese is considered a trusted advisor, teacher, and thinking partner to some of today’s most savvy business leaders and organizations like IDEO, Cooper, Chevron, IBM, Doorsteps, Citicorp, and others. Anese has been seen in Shape Magazine, Prevention Magazine, the Miami Herald, Western Suburban, TNG, Leadership Digital, Inc Small Giants, and on stages across the country. She swears by self-care, purpose, and impact; is obsessed with Bikram Yoga, cross training, and Bulletproof Coffee; delights in partnership and being a mom to 2, and currently splits her time between San Francisco, New York City, and Sacramento. You can tweet her at @anesecavanaugh.

Direct download: Podcast209720with20Anese20Cavanaugh.mp4
Category:Health -- posted at: 12:00pm PST

“Most of what people know is BS.” Jan Irvin of Gnostic Media joins Bulletproof Radio to talk The Trivium Method and Transhumanism – amongst other things. To say that Jan constitutes a wealth of information would be a gross understatement. Well known for fact checking and principled verification, Irvin shares his insights on critical thinking, common sense, and psychedelics. Enjoy!

Jan Irvin is an independent researcher, author, and lecturer. He hosts the popular Gnostic Media podcast, and has done much to expose ongoing CIA programs, such as Operation MKULTRA – the reality of which is only now coming to light – 40 years on. Jan has done over 200 radio interviews (on other programs), has been featured in several documentaries, and has produced many documentaries and videos himself.  He also authored the book The Holy Mushroom: Evidence of Mushrooms in Judeo-Christianity; A critical re-evaluation of the schism between John M. Allegro and R. Gordon Wasson over the theory on the entheogenic origins of Christianity presented in The Sacred Mushroom and the Cross, 2008.

Direct download: Podcast209620with20Jan20Irwin.mp4
Category:general -- posted at: 12:00pm PST

Let there be light! But not just any light, red and blue LED light to be specific. On part 2 of Bulletproof Radio’s Steve Fowkes series, an in-depth conversation from this biohacking master continues. You will hear Steve and Dave talk about the benefits of light for mitochondrial function and how using certain types of light therapy can help you kick more ass. Oh! There is a ton of talk about smart drugs too. Discover new ways to upgrade your mind with racetams from the man who literally wrote the book on nootropics before they were even called that… And don’t forget to listen to part 1!

Steven Wm. Fowkes is an organic chemist by degree and a scientific generalist by nature.  He is author/co-author of six books, five of which are health related, and has published over 100 issues of two health newsletters.  He has been hacking health for four decades in many novel ways, long before self-care and Quantified Self became popular ideas.  One hack was overcoming severe stage fright, which enables Steve to do public speaking engagements (see him at last year’s Bulletproof Conference) and TV appearances (including his 15 minutes of fame on Larry King Live). Google him!

Direct download: Podcast209520with20Steven20Fowkes20-20Part202.mp4
Category:Health -- posted at: 12:00pm PST

We have all heard of “pH,” but do you actually know what it is or how to measure it in your body? In this very special episode of Bulletproof Radio, Steve Fowkes is on the show in part 1 of a two-part series with one of Dave’s mentors and heavy-hitting science experts. Steve’s sophisticated understanding of pH mechanisms of health go far beyond the simplistic “alkalinize, alkalinize, alkalinize” message that most people hear. You’ll discover how to hack your own pH and circadian rhythm and why doing so is essential to increasing your performance. Grab a pen and enjoy. And don’t forget to listen to part 2!

Steven Wm. Fowkes is an organic chemist by degree and a scientific generalist by nature.  He is author/co-author of six books, five of which are health related, and has published over 100 issues of two health newsletters.  He has been hacking health for four decades in many novel ways, long before self-care and Quantified Self became popular ideas.  One hack was overcoming severe stage fright, which enables Steve to do public speaking engagements (see him at last year’s Bulletproof Conference) and TV appearances (including his 15 minutes of fame on Larry King Live). Google him!

Direct download: 239420Steven20Fowkes20P1.mp4
Category:Health -- posted at: 12:00pm PST

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