Q&A Episode 402
Here’s where I’m speaking and traveling around the world in the near future…
–September 12 – 15, 2019: RUNGA Immersion, Napa Valley, California. I attend this total mind-body reboot retreat each year with my wife, Jessa, to connect with a handful of friends and YOU can one of them! I would love if you could join me at this retreat. Click here for details on this incredible event!
–September 27 – 29, 2019: Spartan World Championships, Squaw Valley, California. Right beside Lake Tahoe, this epic venue was once host to the 1960 Olympic Winter Games. Join me there for the greatest obstacle course race in North Tahoe Lake, Olympic Village, CA. Sign up here!
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Bone Broth vs. Eating Bones
Kevin asks: Hi Ben, I like to eat a lot of tendons, cartilage, bone marrow, and whatnot, as I know you like to. But I wonder if that’s as effective a way of getting the nutrients as making a bone broth in the pressure cooker for 2~3 hours.
Spot-reducing belly fat?
Matt asks: After being introduced to a high fat, low carb, and intermittent fasting diet several years ago, I found it was easy to maintain an ideal body weight. Most of my body is pretty lean (160~170 pounds) but when I measure my stomach using a caliper, it seems to come in around 15%. I’ve always heard that belly fat is one of the last places men lose fat, but I’d rather not drop to 145 pounds just to see abs. There seems to be a community of people online who think you can spot-reduce fat. Do you think that’s possible, and if so, what techniques would you recommend?
How To Recover From A TBI/Concussion Fast
Mark asks: A good friend of mine just got into a really serious car accident. She’s been told she has some minor brain damage that’s going to be permanent as well as some spinal injuries. I was thinking about some of the interviews you’ve had with Rhonda Patrick and other experts, and I knew there was some nutritional advice you gave regarding brain injuries. Can you give a brief summary of what you would advise for a recovery program for my friend?
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