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    morepodcast
    Apr 10
    10

    reviewed: The Peter Attia Drive

    Great Podcast

    One of my favorites, love listening. Excellent information

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    Noodleywood
    Mar 15
    4

    reviewed: The Peter Attia Drive

    Annoyingly, Dizzyingly high paywall

    I subscribed for 3 months..I just listened to an “AMA” about olive oil, which gives out some chemical formulas of little interest to the layperson, and then stops at the paywall before we learn anything about actual olive oils! Dr. Attia is not giving away anything. I simply can’t afford my podcast habit if a single podcast subscription is $19 / month. Surely he could manage on a lower fee. Is he paying off a private jet? The material and the docs he interviews are often of great interest. For me it would be more valuable if much of it was presented in an edited version (what I at first hoped the “Qualys” would be) that contained just the essential takeaway for the layperson, and omitted or further simplified the complexities of biochemistry which are of interest primarily to the specialist. Also the dramatics—beating the drum about how hugely significant this all is, at length—can be annoying to one who is trying to get to the heart of the matter without hours of listening. It would be helpful too if the show notes were consistently marked with their time location in the audio. That said, it is a valuable source of the latest research in vital areas, and I would subscribe again if Dr. Attia would drop the fee to a more normal podcast level, say $5 / month.

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    DanPC4
    Mar 9
    10

    reviewed: The Peter Attia Drive

    Open minded medicine

    Peter really has a great outlook on health, wellness, and longevity. He’s always learning, which in turn, keeps his listeners always learning. He brings on great guest and I’ve had way to many takeaways to count. I learn something new EVERY time I listen to an episode. Highly recommended!

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    concerned Sci-Fri listener
    Mar 3
    10

    reviewed: The Peter Attia Drive

    Wish He Was My Doctor!

    This podcast is the best medical podcast I’ve heard. Peter Attia knows medicine, and knows how to distill it down so the layperson understands. If I could afford him, he would be my first choice as Doctor.

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    ktezcan
    Feb 13
    10

    reviewed: The Peter Attia Drive

    Grateful

    I clearly remember the podcast I heard Dr Attia was the guest of and said “ who is this brilliant mind ? ” , since then “ drive” “ qualys” are not to be missed . Amazing how deeply informed of a physician he is and how well prepared he is. Hope I was able to express how grateful I am

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    Loyal Podfan
    Jan 27
    10

    reviewed: The Peter Attia Drive

    Asks Great Questions

    I’m so happy I found Dr. Attia’s podcast. My first listen was just last night and I’m hooked. I listen to many different podcasts. The Drive is now at the top of my list.

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    CincyRN36
    Jan 20
    10

    reviewed: The Peter Attia Drive

    Informative- loved Drs. Prasad

    I started listening to Dr. Attia’s podcast about a year ago, particularly to hear from Matthew Walker, as I’m very interested in sleep medicine. While some of his interviews are very technical, I feel like he does a good job of breaking it down so that I (a nurse) can understand. His calm, logical manner and eagerness to learn from other scientists make it a fascinating podcast. My favorite episodes (other than Matthew Walker) have been Paul Offit, David Sinclair and Vinay Prasad.

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    Lofotan
    Jan 17
    10

    reviewed: The Peter Attia Drive

    One becomes part of the most interesting worldly conversations

    My favorite non-fiction podcast. In fact, this is the main podcast I now listen too with the addition of Sam Harris’, and the fiction podcast The Magnus Archives. Granted, I’m a nurse so the deep dives into the technical are fascinating and I thrashing but they’ve definitely changed my behavior. Had previously transitioned to zero drop shoes (Altras) but after hearing the interview with Irene Davis made the transition to minimalists (Vivobarefoot and VFF). Also, between his comments on sugar and half the office quitting I’ve cut back but am really thinking a CGS would be the wake to make the largest improvements in eating habits. I’ve also increased my exercise to 5-6 days a week. It’s hard not to listen to someone with fascinating interviews and who lives a healthy lifestyle and not be nudged into that way of life. The only recommendation is when Peter says to the guest that we’ve been talking g for a couple hours already and could talk for a couple more but want to be respective of their time I really wish he’d keep going as another two hours would be exhilarating (especially being each hour feels like 5 mi utes). Very nicely done!!! Thanks for sharing this wealth of knowledge that used to be behind closed doors and unavailable to most of us!

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    The True Wild Thing
    Jan 11
    10

    reviewed: The Peter Attia Drive

    This podcast is amazing!

    I’m a psychiatrist and always feel I learn so much from Peter. Keep up the good work!

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    weeverrm
    Jan 9
    10

    reviewed: The Peter Attia Drive

    Conversation with John Ioannidis #143

    Thanks for putting out this podcast while a very dry subject it was so interesting to hear all the ways things are going wrong (or right).I was thinking while listening he should make a they should standardize the methods and way the data is reported in order to have a rating system that can grade reports so we can know when to ignore themKeep up the good work

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    Starbaby Cat
    Dec 30, 2020
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    reviewed: The Peter Attia Drive

    Costs too much

    Great podcast in general, but the ones I’m interested in are always “members only”. I get it that you want to avoid ads. But realize that not all of us have the time nor resources to listen to all of them with a subscription. To withhold certain episodes for members only deprive some of us from getting the much needed educational information. An example would be the episodes about sugars. If you truly want to help and educate, make it available to everyone. We will deal with the ads. It’s like telling low income families to avoid processed fast foods but not make healthy foods accessible and affordable to them. Seriously? There are some of us who want to learn but simply cannot afford the subscription. We are senior citizens living on low fixed income. This podcast is information for the “privileged”.

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    finegal1
    Dec 27, 2020
    10

    reviewed: The Peter Attia Drive

    Great podcast

    Interesting, important, thoughtful discussions between Peter and his guests.

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    Concernicus
    Dec 6, 2020
    10

    reviewed: The Peter Attia Drive

    Absolutely listen to this

    This podcast is always a great listen. The main theme of it is medical in nature but there are a few that go beyond physical medicine. The one I just finished listening to was with Terry Real. I didn’t intend to listen to it but on my long road trip it came up. I’ll tell you what. It’s the interviews that get away from medicine that surprise me the most. This service that Peter provides is invaluable and I can’t recommend it enough.

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    CMB8978
    Dec 3, 2020
    10

    reviewed: The Peter Attia Drive

    A not to miss podcast!

    This has easily become the podcast I look forward to listening to most. The Alzheimers listen with Lauren Miller Rogen hit so close to home and was by far one of the best podcasts I have ever listened to. Peter, thank you for sharing your knowledge with the world and introducing your audience to these brilliant guests, their stories, and their wisdom.

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    Mehdi_Dziri
    Dec 2, 2020
    10

    reviewed: The Peter Attia Drive

    This is a must

    Hands down the best podcast out there in my opinion. Very educational and a great added value.

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    Priss RN
    Nov 30, 2020
    10

    reviewed: The Peter Attia Drive

    Paul soffit Md

    What a excellent amount of great information on covid and a great understanding of vaccines. This is a must for especially doctors and anyone giving vaccine. I just subscribed and am looking forward to enlightening my mind and learning and to be challenged. Thank you for this.

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    R and P's mum
    Nov 29, 2020
    4

    reviewed: The Peter Attia Drive

    Great info, but frustratingly poor (or no) editing

    I was very motivated to listen to the Alzheimer’s episode, based on my family history and my sister’s recommendation. Unfortunately this wayyy overlong episode lacked the focus and structure that makes for great listening. It’s more like a private conversation with two docs geeking out by slinging medical lingo to impress each other rather than trying to share incredibly important research findings regarding Alzheimer’s. Please hire an editor who can help you craft a story for a much wider audience.

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    abanmann
    Nov 22, 2020
    10

    reviewed: The Peter Attia Drive

    Best investment in your own health

    I have been a member for over a year now. There have been many episodes that have resulted in real improvements in my well-being. It is one thing to lay out suggestions for improved healthspan but Peter backs these with the highest standard of evidence I have found in a health podcast. I also find his interviewing techniques to be highly engaging, keeping my interested in topics I previously took no notice of. I went to medical school, and I’ve learnt more about longevity, nutrition, preventive health from this podcast than I did in those four years.

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    HenryOD
    Nov 22, 2020
    4

    reviewed: The Peter Attia Drive

    Podcast

    I’ve been a subscriber since near its beginning and find there’s been a real shift in this podcast to the mainstream and no longer get anything cutting edge from it. So many better podcasts out there now that are asking deeper questions. I love Peter as a podcaster but have sadly lost all interest in his content.

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    chessiemama
    Nov 17, 2020
    10

    reviewed: The Peter Attia Drive

    Very informative -great host

    I learn something every single episode! He has interesting and engaging guests and I find Peter to be a warm and engaging host. Keep up the good work! I will be listening

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194 Episodes 4.51k Ratings First Aired: Jun 19, 2018

The Peter Attia Drive will feature guests and experts that will offer advice and insight to help you optimize performance, health, longevity, critical thinking, and life. It’s hosted by Stanford M.D., TED speaker, and longevity expert Dr. Peter Attia, founder of Attia Medical, PC, a medical practice with offices in San Diego and New York City.

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194 Episodes 4.51k Ratings First Aired: Jun 19, 2018

The Peter Attia Drive will feature guests and experts that will offer advice and insight to help you optimize performance, health, longevity, critical thinking, and life. It’s hosted by Stanford M.D., TED speaker, and longevity expert Dr. Peter Attia, founder of Attia Medical, PC, a medical practice with offices in San Diego and New York City.

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