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134: Dr. Sanjiv Chopra - Coffee, Exercise, Vitamin D, Nuts & Meditation... The Big Five

Released Friday, 30th December 2016
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Dr. Sanjiv Chopra is a professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School. He's a best selling author and a sought after motivational speaker throughout the United States and abroad. Sanjiv has written a number of books including his joint memoir with his brother Deepak Chopra called Brotherhood and The Big Five which is the subject of today's interview.
In this episode, we discuss:
  • Yes, coffee is good for you!
  • How to lengthen your telomeres
  • The dark side of coffee
  • Sanjiv's recommendation of how much coffee you should drink in a day
  • Is tea a healthy beverage, too?
  • Sanjiv's opinion on Bulletproof Coffee
  • Quality coffee vs. Dunkin' Donut's coffee
  • What to do if you can't drink coffee
  • Exercise is the best drug
  • Don't underestimate walking
  • What we know about vitamin D
  • Vitamin D supplementation - dosages
  • Food sources of vitamin D... how beneficial are they?
  • Why nuts are so good for you
  • Totally avoid artificial sweeteners
  • Sanjiv's meditation routine
  • An easy way to remember The Big Five
  • A friend is a gift you give to yourself
  • A nightly affirmation that will change your life within a couple of months
  • You're the master of your destiny and happiness
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