goodsugar™ Podcast w/ Ralph Sutton & Marcus Antebi
by Marcus Antebi
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Host Ralph Sutton is a long-time veteran of terrestrial and satellite radio and as such has his own built-in international fan base. For nearly two decades, Sutton hosted "The Tour Bus," a nationally broadcast rock radio show that was syndicated in 50 markets across the nation and re-broadcast worldwide on the Internet. Follow Ralph on IG @iamralphsutton
Marcus Antebi is the founder of the health and wellness platform "Juice Press." JP is the largest food chain to carry raw, organic, cold-pressed juices and plant-based organic smoothies. JP is based in New York and has outlets all over the state, as well as in Boston, Las Vegas, Seattle, New Jersey, and Washington, D.C. Follow Marcus on IG @marcusantebi
The goodsugar™ podcast centers around Sutton’s desire to improve himself and find lasting happiness. In the early episodes, Sutton intimately revealed that although he feels successful with his career, he senses that he is still missing something in his life. By his own admission, he’s only 50% happy.
Antebi is certain that he can help his lifelong friend find his way and achieve total happiness, but only if Sutton is willing to change his patterns and incorporate proven self-help measures into his lifestyle. Antebi's recommendations incorporate things such as talking about his childhood, talking about his problems, journaling, cleaning up his diet, reconsidering his love-life choices, meditating, exercising more often, and a variety of other positive changes. (The more Sutton complains, the funnier the show gets: Self-help leaves him feeling utterly ridiculous.) Happily, Ralph has improved his life considerably since the show premiered in 2019.
Week by week we follow Sutton’s progression into lasting lifestyle change. He complains, but he accomplishes the tasks and assignments that Antebi lays out for him. Sutton’s life is improving in great strides, and as he, Antebi and the guests engage in great dialogue, the show evolves into an informative, poignant, and witty program.
goodsugar™ podcasts are usually 35-45 minutes apiece. The wide variety of guests include rock stars, noted authors and lecturers, and health and fitness moguls such as New York’s most popular Yogi, Eddie Stern.
The podcast topics cover all aspects of self-help, diet, and rehabilitation (SDR) and touch on many issues relating to American and global culture along the way. Sutton and Antebi make fun of gurus, poke at popular philosophies, and delve into all sorts of spiritual and metaphysical concepts. At present, goodsugar™ supports over 10,000 listeners per episode, and the base is steadily growing week by week for good reason.
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