Dr. Phil Maffetone 7: Exclusive on His TED Talk, Plus: Belly Fat, Late-Night Wakeups, Training While Under Emotional Stress, and More

April 10, 2014
Dr. Phil Maffetone joins the show to give us exclusive insight on his upcoming TED Talk, which includes talk on the population’s current state of health, the obesity/overfat epidemic on a global level and resulting fallouts, and solutions for better living through exercise, diet, stress management and more.
Also answers and discussion on:
-Belly fat – what’s the deal and how to shed it
-Training while under severe emotional stress – is exercise a good idea for a “release” or is it even more detrimental to well-being?
-Waking up in the middle of the night – why, solutions, and using the Chinese Meridian Clock to make sense of it
-Fueling with honey, and why he thinks it’s superior
-and much more!
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Comments (3)

  • Rick says:

    Tawnee, you are upset that Obamacare is costing you big. First, I really rely on the podcast for good advice and entertainment when running or biking. But I was stopped short by the not so subtle complaint. So I wondered. What level of coverage did you have before relative to now? And a couple of questions: Do you accept that you should pay as a “healthy” 20 something to balance out geezer risk and/or the eventuality that a high fat diet or genetics would result in some form of cancer or an accident requiring more than stitches? Would you be willing to accept the risk of superficial coverage and just use welfare if you had a catastrophe?

  • Robin says:

    Super interesting as always with the Mafter.

  • Re: healthcare. a healthy trail runner will cost the healthcare system when they break a leg sliding down a cliff, a sedentary person will cost the system by needing care that was preventable in a different way. we all ‘cost’ the system, eventually.

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