A podcast guy/girl is someone who's your go-to person when you need a podcast recommendation. You know, without a single doubt, that whatever they recommend, no matter the name or subject, that it will be awesome. The trust between you and that person has to be strong because podcasts are not only podcasts anymore. No, my friend. It's much more serious than that.

My podcast guy is Guru. I've mentioned him a few times -- he's kind of amazing but when it comes to his podcast skills...he's incomparable. In fact, he should charge for his services, but I'm not complaining. A long time ago, he introduced me to Bulletproof Radio and it's creator, Dave Asprey. If you know me, then you know how obsessed I am with looking and staying young forever. That pretty much sums up Asprey's podcast. It's revolutionary and I became an instant fan.

But I'm not a podcast person. Sometimes, I'll binge episodes, sometimes I'll just pretend they don't exist (I just don't like feeling obligated to do anything haha). Anyway, after seeing, "The Spy Who Dumped Me," (amazing movie) on Saturday night, Guru raved and raved about Asprey's latest episode called, "Why Inflammation Matters For Your Dog (And You) – Ian Mitchell #514." Of course, I waited a full day before I listened to it and I must say...I'm so lucky that Guru is my podcast guy.

The episode is mainly about the benefits of Carbon 60, which is a powerful antioxidant that affects saturated fats. And there's a version for dogs that helps with joints -- which Asprey also uses. Did I mention that Carbon 60 has been proven to dramatically increase the lifespan of rats? Of course, I just bought a bottle. Listen, take my word for it and listen to this podcast episode. No, take my podcast guy's word -- he knows his stuff.

Here's to living to 180 years (don't worry, you'll get this reference after you listen)!

Tag: Lifestyle