Interview with James Nestor, Author of NY Times Best-Seller, Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art [Podcast #92]

Please join me as I welcome James Nestor, author of the New York Times, Wall Street Journal,  and LA Times best-selling book, Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art.

He will reveal the following:

  • How and why did you write this book?
  • How did you end up volunteering for a Stanford experiment to plug your nose for a few days?
  • How do you deal with doctors and other patients that don’t see poor breathing as a serious problem, especially if you’re younger or thin?
  • What’s the one thing that you’ve implemented after writing this book?
  • What are some tips for our listeners to improve their breathing and well-being?
  • And much, much more.

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One thought on “Interview with James Nestor, Author of NY Times Best-Seller, Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art [Podcast #92]

  1. One of the things not explored sufficiently and only partially explored in Nestor’s book is the vital multifaceted healing and health maintenance aspects of CO2 Which in many ways is more important for all life than the Johnny come lately Oxygen . My mentor in much of this, Ray Peat, PhD, has written more about this than any other writer in English . I would be happy to facilitate you having him on one of your podcasts. Here is but one of many articles by him about CO2 http://raypeat.com/articles/articles/co2.shtml
    and Dr. Yandell Henderson’s work is highlighted on my website on a page dedicated to him.