Bulletproof Radio


Welcome to being Bulletproof, the State of High Performance where you take control and improve your biochemistry, your body, and your mind so they work in unison, helping you execute at levels far beyond what you’d expect, without burning out, getting sick, or just acting like a stressed-out a-hole.

Bulletproof Radio was born out of a 20-year single-minded crusade to upgrade the human being using every available technology. It distills the knowledge of world-class doctors, biochemists, scientists, Olympic nutritionists, meditation experts, and mavericks. Dave has spent more than $1M on personal health experiments. From private brain EEG facilities hidden in a Canadian forest to remote monasteries in Tibet, from Silicon Valley to the Andes, high-tech entrepreneur Dave Asprey used hacking techniques and tried everything himself, obsessively focused on discovering: What are the simplest things you can do to be better at everything?

It used to take a lifetime to radically rewire the human body and mind. Technology has changed the rules. Follow along as Dave Asprey and guests provide you with everything you need to upgrade your mind, body, and life.

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  • Mia Solange
    I have been listening to your podcast for about a year now and usually in my car during my 40 minute commute to work. You don’t know how many times I have stopped on the side of the road or pull into a parking lot to take notes. My 40 minute ride easily turns into 1.5 hours. I was both relieved and upset to find out that there are transcripts. Relieved that o can’t stop taking notes and upset that I should glacé known that you would have transcripts. It just never crossed my mind. Some hacker I am lol. This is something you should mention on every episode. At any rate, I am so grateful to have found your podcast. My life has changed in a way I had never imagined. I don’t have the language to truly express how I feel about your podcast. The experts and the resources are life altering. Thank you for all you do and you are the most brilliant person Out there. I was planning on attending your biohacking conference and unfortunately COVID19 had its way. Hope to meet you someday and pick your brain. Honestly, I would just stare. Until then, keep doing your amazing work and may we all live healthy until we decide to go. For me it will be at 160 ish.
  • Fbrichs
    Good information really bad host
    Dave usually brings good guests and has good information, but as a host he is really impolite. Doesn’t listen, it is always about him, doesn’t let his guest finish talking by always interrupting. Might help to listen to yourself.
  • KPCC listener
    One of my favorite podcasts
    Dave is authentic, intelligent and explains all the nerdy stuff to us “normal people” in pain language which is very much appreciated. While I’m a huge supporter lately the show is turning into a giant infomercial... so it is harder to know what the credible products are or if they are simply featured because they are sponsoring the episode.
  • janebutlR
    Always ahead of the curve
    I just read an article online and thought it sounded familiar. Turns out it the author Dr. Veissiere was just on bulletproof radio. It the best speculation article I have read recently and just, inspiring. I can only hope, practice, and aspire to learn his level of articulation. Writing wonderfully masterful.
  • Dr Joey G
    Superhuman content
    Dave overdelivers in his relentless mission to BIOHACK THE WORLD !!! I Don’t miss a show!! Dr Joe
  • haydenj1
    Love bulletproof
    I have been listening to bulletproof radio for many years now. I am a doctor and I run a very large functional medicine practice in Southern California. I sometimes use Mr.Asprey’s podcasts as training for my doctors. I find him to be extremely intelligent ( more so than some doctors I’ve met), passionate and willing to ask all the important questions. I saw a comment on his lack of humility but I disagree. Yes he seems on a continual journey to better himself but I like that he accepts all of who he is and likes himself. I’d love to see more people embracing all of who they are. Keep up the great work.
  • Harriet&Valentne
    I never miss a podcast
    Asprey and his guests are a wealth of knowledge and his podcasts are amongst a handful that I never miss. The only thing that is lacking in his podcasts is humility which is such a rare and wonderful thing in this world full of unflattering and non-stop self-obsession (in your defense Dave, I can see you’ve been working on this - so keep it up).
  • needsfacts
    When it’s good it’s great. Lively. Thoughtful. But there are way too many times, like the show on EMF, where there is no science used to back up opinions. It’s bro talk and anecdote theatre. Those episodes are not so great.
  • barb in darien
    It’s my daily meditation!
    I love love this Podcast. I forward my favorite episodes to people in my life. What a gift to have access to the best health experts in the world. This show has taught me to stop focusing on weight and start centering around health. I now listen to my body, track my sleep daily, and I’m now thriving at work and in personal relationships. Thank you, Dave!!
  • Bethw395
    Stop watching the news
    I stopped watching the news and most tv 3 years ago. I traded in my new found time to listening to Podcasts and listening to books. I highly recommend Bulletproof Radio and Dave’s books if you want to live a longer, healthier and happier life.
  • Pure joy planet
    Thanks for always being on the cutting edge of keto info
    I’m A long time listener and I’ve tuned back in recently because I am loving the info you are releasing about clean keto, women’s health and the latest science. Thanks for all of Your work in the world of bulletproof MCT coffee and so much more! You have directly affected my life in and awesome way! Thanks Dave! Elaina Love
  • Christian Segall
    Don’t make the interview about yourself
    Great guests. If only he asked them questions about their work and didn’t make the podcast about him and his products
  • 421216ii
    Don’t believe the lectin paranoia
  • ReflectionsByDawn
    Super Human
    When I first listened to Bulletproof podcast, I was so charged up to hear an intelligent person question the medical industry and highlighting personal responsibility. There are no “safe zones” for this exchange that don’t result in name-calling or mockery. I see it even in some reviews to this podcast. I’ve been listening with great interest for a year and learned so much. I am a bio-hacker (but didn’t know it had a name) and didn’t know there was an existing tribe! Some other podcasts are obvious in their infomercial styles. I love Dave because he’ll ask the cynical questions I’m literally saying out loud. He pressed Lou Reese in 641 in a way that had me smiling. Yes he’s promoting businesses and brands, but culling good points without fearfully hiding the questionable sides. I resonate with that level of curiosity and willingness to dismantle pre-packaged belief systems. It’s not an insult to ask questions for statements that don’t make sense. I save favorite podcasts on my phone notes and share links often with my circle. Magnesium 669 Peter Sullivan 605 Michael Platt 610 Kelly Brogan 635 Wendy Myers 205 Robert Hamilton Owens 660 Better Sleep Month Parts1-4 (589, 591, 593, 595) Matthew Walker 616 Frank Shallenberger 525 Daniel Amen 227, 444 Daniel Debaun 315 Moldy Documentary I’ve never participated in a Bulletproof conference but it may be time. I now own IR sauna, take daily magnesium, regular float tank therapy, monitor glucose levels as non-diabetic, completed hair analysis, take Brain Octane daily, experiment with ozone treatment and glutathione IV. (1) Would like to hear specifics on how/when to use IR sauna (what temps? how often? criteria for adults + kids? best timing to use: before/after exercise or sleep? Hot rinse before session? Wrap the head? Use air purifier in the sauna? (2) updates on air and water purifier technologies to mitigate urban living (shower heads to remove chlorine, individual air purifiers for home and car, whole house systems, precautions if you live near freeways or under air flight routes). (3) discussion on non-gmo seeds and changes in access/supply.
  • Neither there nor here
  • arp530
    Bulletproof Radio has influenced my life on a profound level…unlike anything before. The information you freely share is creating self-responsible individuals primed to contribute tremendous, positive change to the planet. A HUGE thank you for the work!
  • buyer6
    Please don’t judge Dave on this podcast
    He is not usually this boring . He usually has way more useful info on his podcasts .. this one pretty much tell you that you cannot eat food .. unfortunate
  • junancily
    Great information.
    Love love love this podcast !! I can never get enough of All this awesomeness.
  • Emanning27
    High Quality!
    Dave’s podcast is my go to for top researchers and exported in their field. He spends inordinate amounts of time perusing the top performers and leader’s habits. I listen to him weekly and have his book Super Human. I will be getting his other materials as well. I wish I had endless finances so I could buy and test every product he promotes. They’re all good. One day!
  • 00020202967
    if you are not listening to this - you’re failing at life
  • Miriam Gunn
    I love this show!
    I find it to be informative and it exposes me to people and products taht I might not otherwise come across. Dave, thanks for your hard work; I hope you do live to 180 and continue to put out such great content. : )
  • Natasha 86
    The Birth Control Episode #665 was mind blowing! I loved all the episodes but this one especially was important for me as a female. I quit birth control 4 years ago because I knew it wasn’t good for me. The extra stuff I found out it’s only an icing on a cake. I wish I knew those information when I was 18. Great job!
  • ryanholm
    Cherish life
    If you want to change your life in many different dimensions and have a baseline of knowledge to dive deeper, then this podcast is for you. Dave, thank you for your endless pursuit to find the truth — I'm looking forward to 40 years of Zen!
  • NORfan6543
    Really good health and personal growth podcast
    Long-time listener. I’m a podcast junkie, and this is one of my favorites. Interviews are very well done and conversational. You get to actually know the guests a bit. A very large range of topics are covered. Actionable information is provided. The Jan-16, 2020 interview with Robert Hamilton Owens was outstanding. Especially meaningful for those with a few years on us. Highly recommend!
  • W6WV
    Great, informative & entertaining podcast.
    Dave & his team do a real great job!
  • ralfalfa66
    Stronger at 68
    I just went for a long walk and listened to Robert Owens talk about his journey. Fascinating for me as a 69 year old man who is trying to age backward with exercise and Dave's insight on what we put in our stomachs. Well done, Robert! You have given me a great deal of reinforcement on staying relevant. I loved how you challenge your children.
  • SpartanMaryAnn
    I’m a teacher —I see the behavior every day!
    I have an interesting perspective as an educator (and Plant Paradoxer) who sees first hand what diet is doing to our kids. I am beyond frustrated when I see what parents are sending in kids lunchboxes —an endless barrage of processed junk— and what “healthy” choices our cafeteria is serving daily. (I once counted approximately 70 grams of sugar on an 8 year old’s tray at breakfast). We have SO many behavior problems, kids on meds for ADHD and the surprising fact many people may not realize: A LOT of kids are also medicated so they can sleep at night. (We can also thank blue light exposure for that one.) When they struggle academically we look at why interventions are not working (and then add more, and often blame teachers when the student doesn’t show enough “growth”). I feel like beating my head against a wall because no one will consider that so much would improve with dietary changes instead of more data collection and meds. I don’t know how much longer I can stay in the profession and watch what’s happening to our kids, to be honest. They are overfed yet starving and I feel helpless. Thank you so much for this podcast, Dave. It was so nice to hear my concerns validated by the pros! 🙏🏼❤️
  • Kate_Jazzercise
    Informative and Inspiring
    Love the books and this podcast. I appreciate all of the research that Dave and his team have done.
  • Maremm
    Andrew Weil
    Loved, loved, loved your interview with Andrew Weil. I have followed him for 30-40 years and am always interested in what he has to say. Also, I love True Food- got exceptional food and service at the Austin location recently. This was fun to listen to. Thanks Dave for consistently great content!
  • RaeRochelle
    Awesome Podcast!
    I listen to every episode and frequently save the episode so I can listen again. Dave Asprey thinks out of the box and is willing to take risks. He has come a long way from the physical body he was in his youth. People criticize him for lack of science and taking risks, but that is what many men/women in history have done to change human progress. I commend him for going against the stodgy conservative medical approaches that only push pharmaceuticals. I respect his devotion to his wife/family and he really “walks the walk” at home with his children at the supper table. He is self promoting, but what entrepreneur isn’t? I’ve used his CBD oil, bought his latest book.
  • SweetBusan
    Dave is a Giant Canary in the Coal Mine of Longevity
    I have learned more on health than any other podcast out there. The content can be so varied that it makes me feel interested to listen more and more. And Dave has such a depth of critical understanding that he provides meaningful questions as well useful insights to build off the guests premises and positions. While I dont necessarily agree with his predictions I AGREE with his assumptions on the progression of data integration and the impacts it will have on DNA sequencing and the breakthroughs that are on the horizon. Dave is a Canary in the Coal Mine for the potential of maximizing human longevity and overall quality of life. It’s a good idea to pay attention to what he is chirping about…..
  • Fj72211
    Can’t warm up to this guy
    The topics are very interesting but I just can’t warm up to the host. He comes off as pretty arrogant and it distracts me from the content.
  • JayaPatel
    life changing!!
    i have been listening to Bulletproof radio for the last 3 months every chance i get (driving, laundry, cooking, etc). Some of the info is life changing and i love the experts he brings on the show. I am eternally thankful for this podcast. Being a health nut, it has taken my health knowledge to another level.
  • chello.karate=life
    I love this podcast even though I’m vegan
    and Dave Asprey insults vegans about every other episode. But I like hearing about so many different ways to live a healthier, more mindful and more sustainable life... and taking from it what I can within the constraints of my chosen lifestyle. It’s one of my favorites!
  • KellyM0524
    Dave’s attitude really hurts this show
    Let me say first that the information Dave is putting out in the world is MUCH needed, and I love a lot of the topics he covers and guests he has on. BUT Dave’s attitude ruins it. He’s judgmental. He’s flippant when talking about making lifestyle changes and how everyone should just be able to do it at the drop of a hat and if you don’t your dumb and killing yourself. It’s just not a great atmosphere for people to learn and feel encouraged to change. Create some space for people to get on your level and provide the information in an approachable way.
  • Lesliecat23
    I’ve been listening to this show for about 2 years now. I’ve been inspired by something said in every single episode. Much gratitude to all that help put this show together. A current Rheumatoid Arthritis sufferer. Even if you think the topic won’t be relevant to you take a listen because there is always something so valuable to take away from each episode.
  • Jjaaa19
    Fantastic information
    Truly immeasurable just how beneficial the information he shares is! I highly recommend to ALL!!
  • Just starting to Thrive
    Excellent Content
    I appreciate all the effort Dave puts into the show. As a nurse I’ve seen some patients be dismissed as crazy, non-compliant or drug seeking because conventional medicine does not have the answer for them at this time. I’m glad that there are shows like this one that discuss topics like food, environment and past traumas that can help guide people to take control of their lives. I truly believe that we are all intended to be healthy and vibrant. With all the misinformation out there we just need a little clarity. Keep up the good work 🙌
  • Clarisse Gomez
    Awesome Podcast!!!
    Dave, host of the Bullet Proof Radio podcast, highlights all aspects of health, wellness and more in this can’t miss podcast! The host and expert guests offer insightful advice and information that is helpful to anyone that listens!
  • guidomeier
    Waste of time
    This guy is a self promoter
  • PT 29
    Too self-centered and self promoting
    There’s a lot of good info in some of these podcasts, but I have increasingly become annoyed with Dave’s inability to just let his guests speak and his tendency to constantly bring up irrelevant personal stories and reference his previous podcast episodes. I am finding I get a lot more utility from other, more professionally-handled podcasts.
  • EmptyCupofJo
    Criticizes Audience @ Overpriced Ads
    Great guests and information, but Dave often interrupts his guests and criticizes his audience members that do not subscribe to his health opinions. Also, there are so many adds trying to sell overpriced health and wellness products. It’s obvious the target audience is not someone living within a budget.
  • kimonick
    He needs to learn how to listen
    He needs to learn how to 👂
  • Mahnester
    Great show great content
    I very much appreciate the content. Simmer down on talking up the personal endorsements
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  • Dr. Annaliese
    Mind Body Soul
    I’ve been a listener for about 5 years now and every interview I’ve listened to I can somehow apply to myself or a friend/loved one. Dave’s (self taught) knowledge is astounding! Keep up the good work!! You’re improving lives on a profound and viral level!
  • Teresa Piwowar
    Life changing! Most important podcast ever!
    Take charge of your health. Get optimal results. Best most reliable source for accurate updated information. Thank you Dave Asprey for pioneering bio hacking, circulating and cultivating the truth about how we all have the ability to take personal responsibility for our own health and most importantly giving us the accurate information necessary to be on and stay the most beneficial path. Dave, you're priceless. What you are doing for yourself and all of us is so very very important. You've created a whole new world. I listen everyday. Wish I could find words to effectively express my enormous gratitude. Thank you. Respectfully yours, Teresa
  • JN66133
    Dr. James Gordon
    This was an exceptional episode. Great share and will definitely check out his book. (Already have all of yours). But please, can we ask him to change his battery in his smoke detector? It was subtle but obvious to someone in the fire service. Much love and keep being awesome! Jacquie
  • Yantoska
    Thought-Provoking and Fascinating!
    Best podcast out there!
  • masontotri
    A great array of health info
    It’s always a new learning experience whenever I tune in to the Bulletproof podcast. They’re more than just butter coffee. It’s a platform to host top researchers and thinkers in the field of health, cognition, performance, you name it. Sometimes they use weird tech like near infrared light therapy devices (which actually ends up not being weird at all) and sometimes they just remind you to get back to basics and stop giving your body crap. Either way, I always find myself researching words or topics from the podcast after I listen. So I’d recommend anyone to tune in and give it a listen.
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