Stay Young Forever: A Path To 100+ With Secrets From The Blue Zones | Kimbal Musk & Dr. Hyman

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Food has the power to change everything, from our health to family dynamics, the environment, and so much more. And it all starts with one bite. Today I’m thrilled to sit down with a good friend and an inspiring food activist and entrepreneur, Kimbal Musk. Kimbal is co-founder of the seasonal and thoughtfully sourced restaurant The Kitchen, co-founder of the non-profit Big Green, and a crusader for real food.

How we choose to eat and prepare our food has implications for more than just our bodies. My conversation with Kimbal is sure to inspire you to leverage the power of real food in your own family, community, and beyond.

In this episode, we discuss (audio version):
Kimbal’s surprising journey from the tech industry to becoming a food activist (8:30)
How 9/11 forever changed Kimbal’s relationship with cooking (16:00)
The experiences that inspired Kimbal to open a restaurant (25:47)
Kimbal’s determination to provide healthy food with local sourcing (26:34)
Food as the secret weapon for fighting the loneliness epidemic (33:50)
How he started building a community of farmers from the ground up (37:35)
The skyrocketing rates of childhood obesity and his work with Big Green (42:33)
Kimbal’s life-changing accident and his revelation (44:00)
How kids are impacted when they’re taught about growing and preparing food (52:20)
Creating a family connection container through mealtimes and home cooking (58:00)

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  • @55mblindy says:


  • @user-ib7st9qv8b says:

    Hi I have been bedridden for a long while, my muscles are stiff painful, my motivation is low, from pain thanks 🙏

  • @mary3659 says:

    So glad to see this discussion

  • @gothops2632 says:

    If given the choice, I would much rather retire at 35 and die at 65 than retire at 65 and die at 95. It’s still 30 years retired, either way, but the first option is more preferable for me as I have no interest in having kids and I don’t like the physical changes that occur with advancing age. 65 years is more than enough for me.

  • @barbaravadas4140 says:

    Absolutely beautiful interview!

  • @Dizobayish says:

    People have been heating tortillas on an open flame for ages, he didn’t invent it 🤔 idk anyone who puts them in an oven

  • @charlesmay3759 says:

    Very little about living to be 100 on this podcast, title is misleading, more of a bio this dude

  • @colleenhaithcock216 says:

    I know that some of the federally subsidized housing people are not allowed to garden. This has got to change.

  • @HawkRiderWV says:

    love the sentiment but in fact, living that long is not staying young forever, its staying old forever lol.

  • @richardgnista says:

    A great interview! Special insight,

  • @ethimself5064 says:

    Nice to see Kimbal again👍

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