In this episode, you’ll hear about:
- Kale Brock’s journey into higher level healthy living
- What does it mean to live in a biologically appropriate way?
- The making of The Gut Movie and The Longevity Film
- Understanding microbiomes and how it links to our health, mental health and the way we live
- Why people in the Blue Zones live longer
7.12 – How Kale Brock Got into The Health Game
12.01 – The Components of Our Microbiome
20.59 – What is the Problem With the Way We Treat Our Microbiomes?
27.01 – What is the Biologically Appropriate Way to Live?
31:00 – It all Starts on Your Plate
37.14 – Do you Feel 10/10 Every Day? This might be why or why not.
42.46 – What will society look like after COVID-19?
56.02 – A Blissful Existence…What does that mean?
Kale Brock is an award nominated writer, filmmaker and speaker. With a background in TV journalism, Kale has a passion for creative story telling with a special interest in health & wellbeing.
His long awaited documentary, The Gut Movie, investigates the human microbiome in a scientific, quirky & fun journey in which he travels to Namibia to live with The San tribe.
In his second documentary, The Longevity Film, Kale travels to the world’s ‘blue zones’, longevity cultures, to investigate the dietary & lifestyle factors which cause such unprecedented health statistics in these areas.
Kale produces regular surfing content online and has amassed a YouTube subscriber base of over 100k people.
He has worked as a TV presenter, producer, filmmaker, writer, high performance surf coach & is an inspiring and entertaining speaker.