57 – Cool Eating Tips / Instant Pot / New York Marathon

In this episode Dr. Dave and Yoko give a bunch of their cool eating tips as well as discuss their upcoming trip to New York City to run in the NY Marathon! Share this post!

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56 – Chef AJ and Sharon – Eating and Nutrition – Part 2

This is a continuation of the great and informative conversation I am having with Sharon McRae and Chef AJ on the topic of which foods should we eat and which should we stay away from. CHEF AJ + SHARON ARE BACK!!! Dr. Dave had to bring back these two amazing ladies! They are smart and… Read More »

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Quickie – How to Exercise at Home Without a Gym

Today on the Slice Your Age “Quickie,” Dr. Dave teaches you how he works out at home without ever stepping into a gym. Share this post!

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It’s Not Personal Anymore – How Eating Meat Hurts the Earth

We love painting the oil and automotive corporations as the big bad guys when it comes to placing the blame for environmental problems, but the food industry is just as legitimate a menace. Natural resources are being gobbled up at an alarming rate, and in many instances the farms that raise livestock are doing a… Read More »

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55 – Chef AJ and Sharon – Let’s Get This Eating and Nutrition Thing Right!

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Today on Slice Your Age, Dr. Dave has Chef AJ and Sharon McRae as his guests. Chef AJ is an internationally acclaimed author, speaker, nutritionist, and of course… CHEF! Sharon, who you have met before on episode 49 is the founder of Live Well – Eat Well, a company based in Maryland that coaches people… Read More »

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54 – Ruby Roth Takes on Fox News!

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Author, teacher, artist, animal rights and vegan activist Ruby Roth, is our guest today!   “Featured on CNN, FOX, Today, and other major media outlets, Ruby Roth is the world’s leading author and illustrator of vegan and vegetarian books for children.   Vegan since 2003, Roth was teaching art at an elementary school when her… Read More »

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Seven Beliefs That Are Keeping You Unhappy!

Hey there… it’s Dr. Dave. Today we are going to dispel seven common beliefs that are floating around out there. I will keep it short, sweet and concise. Here they are. Please let me know what you think! Work comes before pleasure. Not true! Work should be pleasurable. I actually love my work. It feels like… Read More »

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53 – The Word No Will Change Your Life!

In this episode you will learn how to use the word “NO” more effectively. Once you are able to say “no,” you will discover how your life is transformed into freedom! Our guest is the wonderful Melissa Lierman! Melissa says: “Yes is a dangerous word! Every single time you say YES to something, you are saying… Read More »

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52 – One Year Celebration Show – The Most Important Things You Need to Know to Slice Your Age

It is the one year birthday of Slice Your Age and today’s show is a party as well as a recap of the most important things we have spoken about over the past year. Dr. Dave and Yoko have Sandy on as their guest. Everything seems to come together as they discuss happiness, meditation, eating,… Read More »

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Human Vs. Animal Teeth: What Our Teeth are Designed to Do!

Meat: it’s what’s for dinner. It’s hard to find an American dinner table without a big slab of animal as its centerpiece. This is what makes us behavioral omnivores – it’s part of our culture, civilization and food pyramid to eat a so-called “balanced” diet of animal protein, grains, fruits and vegetables. But roughly 10,000… Read More »

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