Udo Erasmus is best known for introducing the world to the benefits of healthy oils, being the co-founder of Udo’s Choice, a line you’ve probably seen at Whole Foods or any other health food store around the world. He’s the author of several books including Fats that Heal, Fats the Kill, which has sold over 250000 copies. Udo has taught at events hosted by Tony Robbins and Deepak Chopra, and has traveled to over 30+ countries, conducting thousands of live presentations, media interviews, and staff trainings, impacting 24 million lives with his message on oils, health, peace, nature, and human nature.
Today’s episode we chat with Udo about his upbringing as a child of war during WWII and his experience getting poisoned by pesticides, leaving doctors at a loss regarding treatment. This promoted him to take his health into his own hands. As he began researching he discovered a new passion that forever changed his life.
We also get into more philosophical topics including what he calls ‘Thirst of the Heart’, healing the ache deep inside, human nature, and creating a foundation for health and peace.
- Udo’s story as a child of war
- Pesticide poisoning
- Essential nutrients
- Finding your passion
- Getting Still
- Thirst of the Heart
- Discovering peace within the boredom
- Reconnecting to ourselves
- The issues with fish
- EPA, DHA, and ALA
- Cod liver oil
- flax oil versus fish oil