The human body was formed and refined under conditions that no longer exist. The modern world has changed dramatically since our days as hunter-gatherers, and it has caused widespread anxiety, stress, and disease, leaving our brains in despair. But science proves that the body and brain can be healed with lifestyle protocols that help us regain our cognitive birthright.
Today on The Broken Brain Podcast, I’m joined by my good friend Max Lugavere to talk about the evolving field of circadian biology and how we can set our internal clocks to create optimal energy, focus, clarity, and digestion. We discuss how toxic industrial chemicals are perhaps the most harmful culprits in the battle against inflammation, and how they can disrupt our endocrine system, which governs our brain function, fat storage, sexual development, and everything in between. We also talk about the latest research on fasting, a technique proven to extend lifespan, and reduce the risk for many chronic diseases.
For more on Max Lugavere, be sure to follow him on Instagram @maxlugavere, on Facebook @maxlugavere, and on YouTube @maxlugavere. Check out his website https://www.maxlugavere.com. You can find his book, The Genius Life: Heal Your Mind, Strengthen Your Body, and Become Extraordinary, right here. Listen to Max’s behind the scenes interview with Dhru about building a personal brand and turning your passion into a business here.
Check out Max’s podcast The Genius Life here, and listen to his top three episode recommendations:
- Sex, Hormones, and Your Brain on Birth Control with Dr. Sarah Hill: https://www.maxlugavere.com/podcast/sarah-e-hill-phd-76
- Detox Your Brain to Lose Weight, Beat Stress, and Crush Life with Dr. David Perlmutter: https://www.maxlugavere.com/podcast/david-perlmutter-88
Where Medicine Fails, Is Dairy Healthy, Mercury in Fish, and Exercising for Longevity with Chris Kresser: https://www.maxlugavere.com/podcast/chris-kresser-87
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