Zestology: Live with energy, vitality and motivation

By Tony Wrighton

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Sky Sports presenter and author Tony Wrighton goes on a podcast journey to discover the new rules for living with more energy, vitality and motivation. Packed full of epic health tips, fun biohacking gadgets, supercharged supplements and some of the most respected and well-known experts on the planet. Oh, and occasionally all this experimentation goes wrong - you'll hear those bits too.

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Tony Robbins does it, Jennifer Aniston does it, Professor Green does it. And me and Ryan Carter do it. #189

Tony Robbins does it, Jennifer Aniston does it, Professor Green does it. And me and Ryan Carter do it. #189 You probably saw Mark Wahlberg's viral description of his working day a couple of weeks ago. A 2.30am start, mega-workouts and cryotherapy. In honour of this completely bonkers schedule, I met up with my mate, health influencer Ryan Carter to record a podcast whilst doing the cryotherapy part of Mark Wahlberg's daily routine. I can assure you, no 2.30am starts occured in the making of this podcast. The thing is, Mark Wahlberg's not the only one... there are a lot of interesting people who do this stuff; Tony Robbins, Joe Rogan, Jennifer Aniston, and as you'll hear in this podcast, Professor Green was at the Cryo clinic while we were recording. We recorded it at the wonderful London Cryo. If you mention Zestology, you'll get ££ off. On that particular day, I was feeling quite low energy, and it was quite surprising the 3-minute cryo session picked me up. See if you can spot the before and after difference, and enjoy hearing me freezing my knackers off in the process. And Ryan Carter is just a cracking guest, a good friend of mine, and he's got loads of spot-on, cutting-edge health and wellness knowledge. So what you'll hear in this podcast is me and Ryan chatting while we are in the chamber at London Cryo. Then you'll hear the fantastic Maria Ensabella who owns the place and just talks about why the cold is so good for us. And then you'll hear me and Ryan trying out another one of their gadgets. Enjoy.

10.08.2018
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The 17 Hour Fast: Reset your eating to sort your life out – Phil White #174

NB - UPDATED AFTER EARLIER AUDIO ISSUE! PLEASE REFRESH AUDIO TO FASTING PODCAST. HAVE A GREAT WEEK. Fasting is a regular topic on Zestology. Not eating for a certain length of time every day. There seems no doubt it's good for us. But for how long? How strict should we be? What's allowed and not allowed? I've delved deep into this stuff and I've still got more questions than answers. So my friend Phil White is back to talk fasting for a very specific 17 hours a day. Rest assured I pepper him with questions about it, cos when you look at the promises and the benefits of fasting, it seems important to get it right... - Cut cholesterol, reduce bacterial overgrowth, and lower toxins  - Start making lifestyle changes that lower body weight and BMI and reduce body fat  - Improve digestive issues like IBS, fatty liver disease, and acid reflux  - Boost physical and cognitive performance  - Break free from habitual and boredom-related eating  - Create a rich, fully engaged experience before, during, and after fasting  - Achieve many of the benefits of a 48-hour fast in less than half the time, while avoiding many of the risks of more extreme fasts  - Overcome food-related psychological and behavioral issues while turning destructive habits into healthy ones  - Reduce sugar dependence  - Achieve more restful and restorative sleep  - Use fasting to strengthen work-life balance, improve relationships, and focus on helping others  Okay I'm in. Listen on for more.

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01.15.2018

Giving up booze is tough! Dry January and alcohol/sleep experiments - Andy Ramage #150

This podcast includes the frankly shocking results of my alcohol/ sleep experiment. Coming up in this podcast, you'll hear about my experiments with: The Oura ring Sleep and alcohol - my tests. Drinking less / aka Dryish January The Oura Ring As you may know, I've been road-testing the Oura Ring (and have been talking about it on the podcast). It's a tracking device that you wear on your finger. It measures your sleep, heart rate, heart rate variability, body temperature, and exercise. Sleep and alcohol And, rather shockingly I've found when I even have a small amount of wine, my heart rate variability scores are way down, my resting heart rate increases and my deep sleep drops off the chart . What's interesting about this is we all kind of know that we get hangovers when we drink and we are not at our best the next day. But this is cold, hard data that proves that my body don't work as well even after a small amount of alcohol. The graphic on my blog is on my resting heart rate when asleep (the two arrows were after the two nights out, and only 2/3 glasses of wine. Oof). Drinking less So for more on this, I'm definitely cutting down on the drinking in January - Dryish January as I'm calling it. I've talked to former professional footballer Andy Ramage on today's Zestology podcast. He is a successful trader these days, as well as running the popular site One Year No Beer and being an author at the same time. It's a brilliant interview, and if you're thinking of cutting down on the booze in January, or anytime this year, then I hope you enjoy. And if you want to read his article - How to do dry January without hating your life - it's here.

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