As humans we have a job to do. In fact, we have four jobs: to earn and manage money, to attain and maintain health and fitness, to build and sustain personal relationships and to find meaning and make a difference. Your host, Dr. Jade Teta, is an integrative physician, entrepreneur and author in metabolism and personal development.
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Base level humans are usually guided by the thought that they are the center of the universe (much like how children think). Culture level humans always need to be part of a group and are guided by the thought that the opposite group is often wrong. ... more
In this episode, Dr. Jade talks about the concept of using the things that once hurt us – and the hate derived from them – to be better people. It’s important to remember that we all have a choice: we can be destroyed and worn out by those hurtful ex... more
In this episode, Dr. Jade talks about the connection between metabolism and stress, weight loss activities, and also a new approach to dieting, which main idea is inspired by a study. In this study, a group of men was given only 300 calories to be co... more
Love Dr. Jade’s ability to break things down simply and in depth.
Dr. Teta and his incredibly knowledgeable guests talk all things health related, but it’s so much more than that! His holistic, scientifically-grounded approach is an absolute game changer. Really grateful for this incredible resource.
I am impressed with Dr. Teta in every possible way. He is so grounded in experience coupled with academia/research. I thought I developed a binge eating disorder for psychological reasons a few years ago, but I couldn't tell why that would’ve happened because nothing emotional had changed in my life. It’s ridiculously clear to me now that I was “exercising more, eating more.” I went on a 2-year journey of doing CrossFit-style workouts 5 times a week while training for Spartan Beast races, and I ... more
I love Jade’s podcasts.. his knowledge on eating well and knowing every individual is different has given me perspective to how I approach my diet and exercise.
The knowledge in this podcast is my favorite because it’s explained in a very simple way. This helps me not only improve my own life but also those who I coach.
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Next Level Human launched 5 years ago and published 178 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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