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Making Pittsburgh Healthy is designed to educate, inspire and provide practical applications to improve our health in our community, naturally. MPH was created out of frustration as Dr. Tressler saw was happening in our community. The rise of obesity, chronic sickness, heart and lung disease, and depending on higher levels of pharmaceuticals and surgery as a result of poor health. Dr. Tressler also saw an exciting opportunity to make a difference. His passion for natural health and healing e ...
 
Time to B.rad! Brad Kearns covers health, fitness, peak performance, personal growth, relationships, happiness, and longevity. Slow down, take a deep breath, take a cold plunge, and get over the high-stress, tightly wound approach that often leads to disappointment and burnout. Kearns, a New York Times bestselling author, Guinness World Record holder in Speedgolf, 2020 #1 ranked USA Masters track&field age 55-59 high jumper, and former national champion and #3 world-ranked professional triat ...
 
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It’s time for some fantastic questions from B.rad podcast listeners! We start by talking about how testosterone blood values can fluctuate based on lifestyle factors and how Ancestral Supplements MOFO is actually a food supplement that boosts the nutrient density of your diet (along with other superfoods and superfood smoothies). This leads to me t…
 
“I’m not asking you to go do a workout. Just go move.” I welcome Dr. Stefan Zavalin, a movement enthusiast and work culture consultant, to the show for an informative discussion about the extremely important lifestyle objective of moving around more throughout the day. In this episode, you’ll learn about all the different ways our work culture and …
 
Cindy Perlin is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, certified biofeedback practitioner and chronic pain survivor. She is the author of The Truth About Chronic Pain Treatments: The Best and Worst Strategies for Becoming Pain Free and the founder and CEO of the online Alternative Pain Treatment Directory. She is in private practice in the Albany, NY a…
 
One of the most valuable insights gained from my informative show with Dr. Herman Pontzer was that we burn the same amount of calories every day, regardless of whether we work out or not. This revelation is nothing short of life-changing, as it allows you to see that pointing the finger at your output in the gym is just a waste of time, and that it…
 
Chris Fudge is a results-based personal trainer and strength and conditioning coach who believes that success leaves clues. With over fifteen years and 20,000 hours in the industry he has won multiple awards for personal training including Canadas Personal Trainer of the year multiple times. Chris is an active member of the Canadian Powerlifting Un…
 
A variety of interesting questions tee up some epic monologues from an enthusiastic host. We talk about broadening fitness ambitions over a lifetime to branch out away from a narrow focus on triathlons - with much health, hormonal and longevity benefits. We also examine why MOFO Mission Assignment #10, Quit Being A Dick To Your Wife/Girlfriend, mad…
 
Dave Rossi returns to the show for an inspiring and insightful conversation about meditation! The Imperative Habit author is back to discuss the life-changing benefits of meditation – something I admit he has been urging me to incorporate into my daily routine for a while now. A big fan of silent meditation, Dave explains why he emphasizes the impo…
 
Pastor Matt Stevens has been married to Courtney for 21 years, because she is able to forgive readily and often! They have eight children together, ranging in age from 20 to 4--he'll be 61 when the last one becomes an adult. Matt serves Kiski Valley Presbyterian Church, a member congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America, in Leechburg. He i…
 
In part three, we get into the last two practices and habits that either hurt or help testosterone: relationships and exercise patterns. Relationships play a huge role in the quality of both your physical and emotional wellbeing, and this show reveals the most effective relationship tips from experts like John Gray and John Gottman. You’ll learn ab…
 
Get ready for a unique and interesting show with my former podcast guest, Jake Steiner! Jake and I were recently talking about how much content is out there in the podcast world, and how easy it can be to fall behind, as it can get pretty overwhelming trying to keep up with the massive amount of information that is constantly coming out. This conve…
 
Dr. Don Wood developed the Inspired Performance Institute after spending years researching how trauma affects our minds and our lives. Dr. Wood began to understand that events and experiences throughout our lifetime continue to play a role in how we experience life in the present. He also realized that there was a better way of treating the issue. …
 
In part two, we dive into the most important sleep and diet tips that will help you boost testosterone. The biggest takeaways are to minimize screen use as night approaches, and to keep your bedroom as dark as possible. You also want your sleep environment to be as mellow and quiet as possible. And while screen entertainment is undeniably fun, let …
 
In this episode, Dr. Ted Naiman simplifies all of your health and weight loss questions by offering a unique and powerful message that will help you drop excess body fat and optimize both your diet and exercise program. Dr. Ted talks about his book, The P:E Diet, which suggests a simple solution for weight loss by cutting to the chase: look at the …
 
Dr. Saundra Dalton-Smith is a Board-Certified internal medicine physician, speaker, and author. She is an international wellness expert featured in numerous media outlets including Prevention, MSNBC, Women’s Day, FOX, Fast Company, Psychology Today, INC, and as a guest on Dr. Oz show. She is the author of numerous books including her new book Sacre…
 
Today we’re talking about the very relevant and important topic of boosting testosterone in the face of all the obstacles and toxins modern life poses. Research has revealed that the average testosterone level of today’s male has been dropping at a steady rate of around one percent per year from generations past, and in this show, you’ll find out w…
 
Today we’re talking about dating and the true secret to romantic success with a real expert, Connell Barrett, author of the book Dating Sucks, But You Don’t. This show offers a ton of unique and interesting insights (even if you’re not single and on the dating scene) that will help you build confidence and open your eyes to the ways we can all impr…
 
Reed Davis, Board Certified Holistic Health Practitioner (HHP) and Certified Nutritional Therapist (CNT), is an expert in functional lab testing and holistic lifestyle medicine. He is the Founder of Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® (FDN) and the FDN Certification Course with over 3000 graduates in 50 countries. Reed served as the Health Director at…
 
It’s time for another Q&A! Today we’re talking about the Carnivore Scores food ranking chart and the tradeoff between nutrition and plant reactivity, as well as environmental hormesis (like going from cold temperatures to hot) vs plant hormesis. You’ll learn why we don’t need polyphenols and oxalates, and I also touch on the usefulness of doing a 3…
 
Sean McCormick is the host of the Optimal Performance podcast, and he is all about optimal performance in many different areas of life. This is a wide-ranging show that delivers a ton of precise and actionable tips, with particular focus on overcoming self-limiting beliefs. Sean is a life coach and cutting-edge biohacker from the Seattle area who b…
 
Craig Harper is one of Australia’s leading presenters, writers and educators in the areas of health, high-performance, resilience, self-management, leadership, corporate change, communication, stress management, addiction and personal transformation. Craig has been an integral part of the Australian health and fitness industry since 1982 and in tha…
 
B.rad podcast listener Q&A returns with a splash with some great topics to cover. We start with a success story from longtime listener Jon tackling the Grand Canyon rim-to-rim-to-rim crossing (46 miles, 11k climbing), emphasizing the importance of preparation and enjoying the journey, instead of focusing on the result and bagging bucket list social…
 
I welcome Bob Wheeler, financial expert and motivator, book author, and founder of The Money Nerve, to the show. Bob is quite a unique individual as he is also both a CPA and stand up comedian! His passion and area of expertise lies in helping people conquer their shame surrounding money, and showing us how we can all avoid making poor financial de…
 
Dr. Cam McDonald is PhD scholar, is an accredited, practicing dietitian, accredited exercise physiologist, international speaker and educator in the field of personalized and precision health and how it applies to individuals in all walks of life. Over the last 18 years he has been working with health professionals, individual clients, small and mu…
 
What a treat it is to welcome Brian MacKenzie back to the show! Brian first appeared on the podcast back in 2018, and that episode remains to this day one of the most downloaded ever! Brian can always be counted on to share tons of interesting, cutting edge insights, and also he brings a philosophical perspective to this wide-ranging and reflective…
 
Dr. Bryan Negrini MD, MPH is a Board-Certified Internal Medicine physician with three decades of diverse health care experiences. While at The University of Michigan, Yale University, The National Institutes of Health, and The University of Pittsburgh he lectured, published, patented, and practiced in the areas of cellular & molecular biology, epid…
 
Today we’re talking about the compelling science behind breathing more minimally, the benefits of nasal breathing, and how to improve CO2 tolerance. One common flawed notion is that we want to breathe in as much oxygen as possible, in order for our bodies to take in as much oxygen as possible. But, as you’ll learn in today’s show, unless you are in…
 
Get ready for a fascinating show all about the hot topic of breathwork! Robbie Bent, founder of the organization Inward Breathwork, is on the cutting edge all the way. Inward Breathwork is the world’s first on-demand breathwork platform, and their classes are great for managing stress, improving peak performance, and managing emotions, and even acc…
 
“Everyone has a plan, until they get punched in the face”. Tiffanee Cook has learned this as a business woman, performance coach and boxer; from the comfort, predictability and safety provided by the corporate world, to the lessons and let-downs in and out of the boxing ring. Coming to the realization that, in order to have one’s hand raised in tri…
 
Part two of this show focuses on the importance of emphasizing a kinder, gentler approach when it comes to working out (especially in regards to high intensity exercise), the price of “diminishing returns” and how cumulative fatigue affects both your brain and your body, and the benefits of weaving in micro workouts throughout your day. Following t…
 
According to experts, merely moving around more in everyday life is very likely more important than adhering to a devoted fitness regimen. This two-part show will detail the correct approach to fitness for maximum benefits (in minimal time too!) and also show you how you can easily eliminate the risks that come from approaching your fitness goals t…
 
Dr. Greene combines science, holistic medicine, and empathy gained from her own personal journey to heal chronic pain, to help people shift into optimal health. Classically trained as a podiatric physician and surgeon, Dr. Greene has experienced the miracles that occur when people use a holistic approach — body, mind, and spirit — to heal, rather t…
 
We’ve all heard enough excuses about how quarantine puts off fitness and puts on pounds. Enough already! An active, fit lifestyle can happen anywhere, anytime, but it’s all about forming winning habits. In this show, you’ll gain inspiration about mindset, beliefs, and behaviors from some great former B.rad podcast guests like John Assaraf and Mark …
 
Today’s show is fast-moving and informative as I talk to Dr. Marc Bubbs, a Canadian expert in all things related to peak performance. A doctor in naturopathic medicine, as well as a long-time trainer and coach, Dr. Marc is also deeply interested in scientific research, and this knowledge is woven into each fascinating insight he shares during this …
 
After getting her degree in Molecular Biology at the University of Pittsburgh, Jennifer Little-Fleck went through a crazy progression of career development from transplant research, to pharmaceutical sales training, to creating a resume-writing advice blog—finally embracing her destiny as a freelance medical writer and biology entertainment podcast…
 
This could be the most important podcast you ever listen to when it comes to understanding the true dynamics behind losing excess body fat, especially breaking free from the flawed notions that underpin the fitness and diet industries. This show is inspired by my two recent shows with Dr. Herman Pontzer (#1 and #2), author of the new book, Burn: Ne…
 
The one and only Herman Pontzer, author of the transformative and life-changing book Burn, is back to share more mind-blowing insights in another hard-hitting show about energy expenditure. This episode will open your eyes to the real reasons that make exercise so beneficial for your body, especially when it comes to how it both prevents and mitiga…
 
Before you listen, make sure you go back to episode 60 to hear Part 1 with Lisa Tamati! In today's episode, we dive into the top advanced anti-aging strategies that allowed Lisa to bring her mother back to incredible health after suffering a brain aneurysm and a stroke. -Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy -Epigenetics -NMN (Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide…
 
In this breather show, Shawn Askinosie and I continue our wonderful conversation, which becomes more spiritually minded as we touch on topics such as grief, aging, and a little bit about neuroscience, too. Shawn gets really personal and opens up about his own experience with loss and what he refers to as “the long arch of grief.” We talk about agin…
 
Today we’re going deep with entrepreneur Shawn Askionsie! Not only is Shawn an exceedingly intelligent, kind, and driven individual, but he also happens to be the man behind the creation of my two absolute favorite chocolate bars! Yes, as any chocolate connoisseurs may have now realized from his last name, Shawn is the founder of Askinosie Chocolat…
 
Lisa Tamati is an extreme ultra endurance athlete with 25 years competing in the world's toughest endurance events and leading and participating in expeditions. She is the author of three best selling books "Running Hot" "Running to Extremes" and her latest book is "Relentless - How a mother and daughter defied the odds". A book telling the one in …
 
After my interview with Jonathon Aslay came to an end, I couldn’t help but slide in one last question. And I’m glad I did, because that one question led to this breather show! We talk briefly about Mark Manson’s book, The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck (check out Mark’s appearance on the podcast here), which Jonathon praises for its strong message…
 
Get ready for a lively conversation with personal trainer and health and fitness coach Ronnie Loaiza! Ronnie is passionate about helping her clients feel their best, and this show features some really great practical tips for hormone optimization for female listeners, since we’ve already covered the MOFO aspect pretty well so far (click here for Th…
 
Cilla Whatcott works to help people tap into their natural ability to heal on its own. She is a prominent voice in the world of homeoprophylaxis and, specifically, how this can be effective immune support and used for deep healing and transformation within homeopathic medicine. With a Ph.D. and a Board Certification in Homeopathy, she eloquently ex…
 
“Observations are not defensive. Stating your goals is not defensive. Disagreeing is not defensive. Saying no is not not giving love and compassion: you can say ‘no’ with love and compassion.” This wonderful insight comes from Dave Rossi, and this breather show highlights how utilizing his 7 Habits (click here for my most recent interview show with…
 
I am so excited to share this interview with Katy Bowman today! As a prolific author, biomechanist, and founder of the Nutritious Movement movement, Katy is a real thought-leader who is passionate about teaching people about the power of natural movement and the importance of integrating movement into our lifestyle. Katy has authored books like Mov…
 
Brittany Ford, aka Biohacking Brittany, is a registered holistic nutritionist, biohacker, online health expert, founder of Emfies, and host of the Biohacking with Brittany podcast. She is commonly known as the girl who is super-duper healthy and is always trying new weird health ideas... but only "weird" until they become mainstream years later. Fo…
 
I really appreciate the thought-provoking questions sent in by listeners of this show, and it’s even better when people share a message showcasing their amazing progress! In this breather show, I’m putting the spotlight on some of the most inspiring messages I’ve received, and of course, I’ll be answering some questions too! In this episode, you’ll…
 
I am so pleased to welcome Pistol Squat Queen, six-time New York Times best-selling author, and Whole30 founder Melissa Urban to the podcast! Melissa is a thought-leader in the truest sense of the word (just check out her Instagram to see how her radical honesty is pushing culture forward) and this episode is no exception. Melissa gets super person…
 
Dr. Ian Shtulman is a second-generation chiropractor in private practice in Palm Beach County, Florida. Soon after graduating from Life University with the Philosophy Distinction award, he earned a Diplomate in Chiropractic Pediatrics. His passion for perinatal care led to becoming the in-house chiropractor for a free-standing birth center, and a C…
 
In this episode, I take you through my new book, Two Meals a Day, chapter by chapter, to learn how to live healthily through a simple but sustainable strategy that works for everyone. You’ll learn about how your body actually operates best in a fasted state, and that people eat too much of the wrong foods, and too often, as well as what the “wrong”…
 
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