100NO 575: Are the Blue Zones Dead?

A question we are often asked is Are the Blue Zones Dead? Settle in with a cuppa as we discuss whether, as the older people die, will we see the Blue Zones die with them? Or do we follow those that are now 80 and 90, with access to improved infrastructure and technology and see… Continue reading 100NO 575: Are the Blue Zones Dead?

100NO 574: More Diet Propaganda

There certainly has been a theme in our recent episodes over the rise of social media as a way to educate and influence our health choices! A friend of the podcast, David Wolfe who featured in episode 6 of 100 Not Out, recently shared a reel on his instagram account which resulted in over 900… Continue reading 100NO 574: More Diet Propaganda

100NO 573: Is Ageing Amazing?

Is Ageing Amazing? We certainly think so!  In the media and around the water cooler, you’ll hear plenty of talk on the negativity of ageing.  Do you disqualify yourself from ageing well or do you embrace it?  Do you look at ageing well from a vanity perspective or from what you are still able to… Continue reading 100NO 573: Is Ageing Amazing?

100NO 572: The Middle Aged Goddess – Jane McCann

Whilst most people are trying to put the brakes on ageing, todays’ guest embraces the ups and downs of it with joy and gratitude, using her social media presence to empower others to do the same. The Middle Aged Goddess, also known as Jane McCann, having bore witness to loved ones’ premature end of life,… Continue reading 100NO 572: The Middle Aged Goddess – Jane McCann

100NO 571: Inspired Comparison: Who Do You Compare Yourself To?

Sinead O’Connor told us that Nothing Compares to You, but who are you comparing yourself to? Comparing yourself to someone that you saw on social media could put you on an unhealthy pathway, both physically and emotionally. But can taking inspiration from those around you in key areas of life which are important to you… Continue reading 100NO 571: Inspired Comparison: Who Do You Compare Yourself To?

100NO 570: Cholesterol: The Good and The Bad

Boy oh boy did episode 568 break the internet! We know that the media’s clickbait approach to health can be confusing, but what about when you see your health practitioner and you leave your appointment feeling confused and like you are just a number in the system? A long term health aware listener left a… Continue reading 100NO 570: Cholesterol: The Good and The Bad

100NO 569: Does Eating Out Make You Die Sooner?

Following on from episode 568, Marcus shared a recent clip from Dan Buettner who believes the first step in getting healthier and increasing your longevity is to eat at home. There is no denying that there are numerous benefits to getting back into the kitchen, but have we now gone from food scare to eating… Continue reading 100NO 569: Does Eating Out Make You Die Sooner?

100NO 568: Vegan v Carnivore? Is ‘Food Scare’ eating you alive?

Now more than ever, there is a litany of conflicting views when it comes to health, in particular what to put on your plate. Will that skinless chicken breast I ate for lunch give me diabetes? Will I become an addict if I eat animal protein? Can I ever eat meat again if I identify… Continue reading 100NO 568: Vegan v Carnivore? Is ‘Food Scare’ eating you alive?

100NO 567: Back Pain Masterclass and Keeping the Spine Working Better

Are you one of the 80% of the population that are experiencing back pain? Do you know the difference between chronic and acute pain? Do you believe that back pain is a normal part of aging and something we just put up with? There is no doubt that as we get older, things start to… Continue reading 100NO 567: Back Pain Masterclass and Keeping the Spine Working Better

100NO 566: Ageism: A Cancer on Society or an Overreaction?

Is Damo sensitive now that he has turned the big 5-0 or is he actually experiencing ageism? With a 5 in front of his age AND a golf handicap of about 5, is he really too old for a golf tournament or is that blatant ageism? In this week’s episode we question if ageism is… Continue reading 100NO 566: Ageism: A Cancer on Society or an Overreaction?