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Ever Forward Radio with Chase Chewning

Welcome to EVER FORWARD RADIO! The podcast that brings you empowering messages and interviews from industry leaders of fitness, nutrition, mindset, entrepreneurship and personal development to help you life a life ever forward.

Aug 21, 2023

This episode is brought to you by Legion Athletics, JoyMode, and HVMN.

Shawn Stevenson shares shocking statistics, stories, and studies that illustrate the current state of human health and wellness in America. He is also here to give you the action steps and solutions necessary to drive healthier choices and live a life Ever Forward. Want to create a culture of health and longevity in your family and community? Tune in and take notes!

Shawn Stevenson is a research scientist, author of the best-selling books, Eat Smarter and Sleep Smarter, and host of The Model Health Show, a #1 ranked health podcast. Shawn recently launched a new science-backed cookbook, Eat Smarter Family Cookbook, which contains 100 delicious recipes plus cutting-edge science to support your family's health.

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In this episode, you will learn...

  • Why relationships and food are key drivers of health and well-being
  • Practical action steps we can take to prevent and solve modern health issues
  • How to create a culture of optimal health and longevity in yourself, your family, and community
  • How do you honor your mind through taking care of your body?
  • Don’t Stay Comfortable: How to leverage fear and discomfort to transform your life
  • How to reframe your view of self-care, boost resilience, and live longer
  • Why capitalism isn’t our #1 enemy
  • Ultra-Processed vs. Processed Food: Why you should know the difference
  • The real (data-proven) problems with our pharmaceutical industry
  • Shocking scientific studies including “Personality Changes Following Heart Transplantation: The Role of Cellular Memory”


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