Guest Bio: Dr. Mark Gordon is the Medical Director of Education at Access Medical Laboratory and is recognized as a top leader world wide in interventional endocrinology (anti-aging medicine). Andrew Marr is a former Green Beret and founder of the Warrior Angels Foundation.
Topics Discussed: Eating Halal; turkey bacon; Andrew’s foundation; soldiers with traumatic brain injuries; how Mark got involved with Andrew; depression related to hormones; recoil causes blast trauma; the government doesn’t do or give enough to its veterans; Andrew’s injuries and story; pregnenolone; cortisol; proving to people his treatment works; resistance to the status quo; neuroactive steroids; football and head trauma; chemistry is linked; stem cells and the brain; cartilage regeneration; Joe’s shoulder injury; fighters and stem cells; traumatic brain injuries and stem cells; oxidative stress; chromium and diabetes; lithium; bipolar disorder and steroids; synergy of hormones; peacocking can boost testosterone levels; women and testosterone; neuroplasticity; chasing the dragon; getting better; striving for more; achieving goals; having appreciation; endurance, living a life with meaning, and the “Holly Caust”; setting goals; working hard; doing what you’re passionate about; importance of failure; Thomas Edison; failure is fuel; living in the past; confronting adversity; Thomas Almeida vs. Brad Pickett fight; mental training; special forces training; nature vs. nurture debate; Joe training his dog; commitment; Wim Hof and his unbelievable achievements of human endurance; getting used to things; Wim Hof Vice documentary; Warrior Angels Foundation; resistance to treatment; new animal-based testosterone.
My Thoughts: Sticks to the topics of brain injuries, recovery, testosterone, and overall positivity.
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