Author: Dave Asprey

Dave Asprey is founder & CEO of Bulletproof, and creator of the widely-popular Bulletproof Coffee. He is a two-time New York Times bestselling author, host of the Webby award-winning podcast Bulletproof Radio, and has been featured on the Today show, Fox News, Nightline, Dr. Oz, and many more.

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Orgasms – John Gray with Dave Asprey – #716

Learn more about the nine types of orgasm and why sex without ejaculating can be awesome.

Investing in Life Extension Means Affordable Longevity for Everyone – Sergey Young with Dave Asprey – #715

The Longevity Vision Fund invests in technologies, products, and services that extend healthy human lifespans and decrease negative aging effects.

Find Out Exactly What Your Genes are Saying About Your Health – Naveen Jain & Ally Perlina – #714

Viome ‘s Health Intelligence Test is an AI-driven personalized therapeutics platform that uses functional analysis of microbial, mitochondrial, and human…

Think You Know Good Fats from Bad? 8 Oils to Avoid – Dr. Cate Shanahan with Dave Asprey – #713

Clearing up the confusion about how fats affect your health, what kinds of fats your body needs and why seed…

Covid-19 is Changing the Virus Game & Blood Vessels are Losing – Dr. William Li with Dave Asprey – #712

Find out the unusual ways Covid-19 is affecting the human body what you can eat to keep your immune system…

Inner Programming Hacks from the Queen of Poo – Suzy Batiz with Dave Asprey – #711

Dig deep into the consciousness of your inner programming, strip away patterns that hold you back, and kickstart some awesome…

Emotion Commotion in Trying Times: Showing Up to Pain & Accepting What Is – Susan David, Ph.D., with Dave Asprey – #709

Practical tools on how to deal with your inner world and become more emotionally agile, even in the toughest circumstances.

Swapping Out Your Old Plasma Slows Aging & Alzheimer’s – Dr. David Haase with Dave Asprey – #708

Blood washing could be the new standard in longevity and change your Alzheimer’s risk. Here’s how.