Rashad is a former UFC Light Heavy Weight Champion and UFC Hall of Famer.
Rashad knows a thing or two about the connection between mind and body, and the importance of having both in sync. He credits mushrooms for that one-two punch of focus + energy in training and competition, and then easing the transition from fighter to “just getting back to being me.”
He is passionate about transforming sports nutrition and transforming access to education so that others can have the same opportunities that he did.
Sports injuries and the lasting mental damage caused as a result can impact athletes for decades even after they’ve left the game. This is especially true in high contact sports like football and mixed martial arts. The conversation is now turning towards functional mushrooms and the health benefits they could be holding when it comes to supporting injured players.
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Inna is board certified clinical nutritionist with over 16 years of experience in clinical practice specializing in thyroid function and Hashimotos.
She is also the host of the Health Mysteries Solved podcast where she gets to the real root of health issues. She is obsessed with all things related to natural health and ways we can optimize it as she struggled and subsequently overcame many health ailments herself ranging from IBS to debilitating fatigue to migraines to severe acne and thyroid issues. Now that she is out on the other side, she doesn’t want others to suffer like she did.
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This is one of those ‘press record and talk’ style episodes so I hope you enjoy it.
Episode 1 of this podcast came out on September 10th 2016 – The Things You Need To Do For Fat Loss and I’ve changed my mind about a lot of things over that six year period.
Charlie Munger has a great line in his book ‘Poor Charlie’s Almanac’ that you should always be willing to give up your best loved ideas. Today’s podcast goes through the eight biggest things I’ve changed my mind about since starting the show in 2016.
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Kute Blackson is a transformational truth teacher and national best-selling author of ‘You Are The One’ and ‘The Magic of Surrender – Finding The Courage To Let Go’.
Kute was the winner of the 2019 Unity New Thought Walden Award and is widely considered a next generation leader in the field of personal development.
His mission is simple: To awaken and inspire people across the planet to access inner freedom, live authentically and fulfill their true life’s purpose.
He is also the host of though provoking podcast Soul Talk with Kute Blackson that focuses on what really matters in life.
Here are some of the things we talked about in today’s show:
· Identifying yourself sabotaging patterns
· Understanding the power of your conditioning when trying to get out of your own way
· External love, validation and approval and how to remove yourself from its power
· Why we struggle so much to surrender
· Why ego is not the enemy but if you don’t bring awareness to it, it can be!
· Why we manifest problems that aren’t really there and managing anxiety
· The problem with identifying as an ‘anxious or stressed’ person
· And much more