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OptimOZ caught up with Dave Asprey, the Bulletproof Executive himself to talk about his thoughts on leading the Bulletproof lifestyle in Australia. Dave is a man who likely needs no introduction to our audience but you can read more about him here. In this podcast we talk kangaroo meat, vegemite, the bbq, bone broth (make some fast with some great lakes collagen) and also some sneak peaks at whats in the product pipeline for the BP guys!

Kunal K
Kunal K

Co-Founder, OptimOZ.com.au


3 Responses

Gabriele
Gabriele

July 02, 2013

So glad that David Asprey has considered Australia in is dietary intake advice. I am trying to get on board as much as possible. I’m finding it a little hard here in Cairns. If anybody has any tips for finding purely grass fed bovine products in this region I would greatly appreciate it. :-)

Bradley Taylor
Bradley Taylor

April 20, 2013

Awesome update. Seems I need to cut out the Vegemite.

Craig Pendergast
Craig Pendergast

April 12, 2013

Nice work guys. Good to see Dave’s work being promoted in Australia. It’d be nice to have him here some time …

And good to see you’re now retailing Upgraded products in a shop (combined with good meat :)

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