The Joe Rogan Experience Episode 672 with Dr. Rhonda Patrick

Episode Number: 672
Episode Guest: Dr. Rhonda Patrick
Original Airdate: July 21, 2015
Episode Sponsors: Squarespace, LegalZoom, MeUndies, Onnit

Guest Bio: Dr. Rhonda Patrick is a Ph.D in biomedical science and expert on nutritional health. Her podcasts and other videos can be found at

Topics Discussed: Kombucha tea; dying from drinking too much water; saunas decrease mortality; steam showers; heat shock proteins; FOXO3; hyperbaric chambers; Joe Nameth and hyperbaric chambers; oxygen; living at altitude; cold water immersion; cold shock proteins; cryotherapy on athletes; benefits of cold therapy; norepinephrine; cryotherapy and depression; types of cryotherapy; cryotherapy and weight loss; aging; causes of death; fats; heart disease; gut health; cholesterol; mucin; stevia; VSL 3; antibiotics and probiotics; doctors and nutrition; diet; exercise; problems with her doctor; lactic acid; Lactaid; compression pants for recovery; NormaTec; exercise and cold water immersion; overtraining; wrestlers; doing damage by training; heart rate; gut health; antibiotics; vagus nerveneurons in human heart; isolation tank floating; meditation; TA-65; studies on optimizing health; vitamins and minerals; methyl formate; cholesterol; vegans and cholesterol; gut acidity; alkaline blood; hot yoga; training in heat; heat and cold therapy after surgery; myostatin inhibitors; Radiolab CRISPR episode; stem cells; Joe’s shoulder; placenta; Vitamin D and fatty acids; impulse control and exhaustion.

My Thoughts: It’s like she’s speaking in another language. Difficult to make notes for this one.

Podcast Video: Below is a video of The Joe Rogan Experience podcast episode #672 available for streaming via YouTube.

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