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Andrew Huberman is the internet’s favorite guru. Can we trust him? - CONCLUSION

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Previously on TANGOTI... 

 

This is part two of our two-part look at Dr. Andrew Huberman. 

If you haven’t listened to part 1, you will definitely need to dip into that episode to have the context. 

To recap, Andrew Huberman is a very famous, popular podcaster and neuroscientist who has been giving guidance to millions on how to hack their lives. 

New York Mag just published a piece with the stories of 6 women in his life who allege that he mistreated them, and also looking into some of his questionable science and ethical practices, like endorsing dubious supplements. 

I’m joined by my producer Mike, who is also a scientist, to get into why we’re so quick to build flawed people up into gurus.

 

Andrew Huberman’s Mechanisms of Control The private and public seductions of the world’s biggest pop neuroscientist. https://nymag.com/intelligencer/article/andrew-huberman-podcast-stanford-joe-rogan.html

Andrew Huberman Has Supplements on the Brain: https://www.mcgill.ca/oss/article/critical-thinking-health-and-nutrition/andrew-huberman-has-bad-case-supplement-brain

So, Should You Trust Andrew Huberman? https://slate.com/technology/2024/03/andrew-huberman-huberman-lab-health-advice-podcast-debunk.html

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