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Meet Marcus Antebi, the man who made drinking your vegetables cool again! He's the founder of Juice Press, the largest food chain that offers raw, organic, cold-pressed juices, and plant-based organic smoothies. And if that's not enough to convince you that he knows about healthy stuff, he's also the founder of goodsugar, a brand that offers juice, smoothies, food, and a healthy bakery.

With his flagship store on East 69th Street in New York City, Marcus is the go-to guy for anyone looking to start a healthier lifestyle. And if you're not sure where to begin, don't worry! Marcus has written a book to help you out: The goodsugar Diet.

So, follow Marcus on Instagram at @marcusantebi, or come by the shop to down a ginger shot with him.

Ralph Sutton is the man who needs no introduction. He's a veteran of terrestrial and satellite radio, which basically means he's famous all over the world. For nearly two decades, Ralph was the host of "The Tour Bus," a rock radio show that was so popular, it was syndicated in 50 markets across the nation and re-broadcast worldwide on the Internet.

But Ralph's fame extends far beyond the airwaves. He's got a huge following on Instagram, and you can join in on the fun by following him at @iamralphsutton. Who knows, maybe one day he'll invite you on his tour bus and you can rock out to some sweet tunes together. Until then, keep tuning in and living vicariously through Ralph's awesome adventures.

What Are These Two Childhood Friends Up To?

Absolutely! Here's the edited version without the phrase "ride or die":

The goodsugar podcast is all about Sutton's quest for eternal happiness, or at least 100% happiness, because let's be real, who's ever truly 100% happy? In the early episodes, Sutton spilled his guts about feeling like something was missing in his life, despite his successful career. He even admitted to only being 50% happy, which is like getting a failing grade in the happiness department.

Antebi, Sutton's longtime friend since they were little kids, thinks he has the secret sauce for helping his pal achieve total happiness. But, it comes with a catch - Sutton has to be willing to turn his life upside down and embrace a bunch of self-help nonsense like talking about his childhood, spilling his guts about his problems, and writing in a diary like a pre-teen girl. Plus, he has to eat clean, work out, and reconsider his love life choices. Basically, Sutton has to become a walking, talking cliche of self-help advice.

The best part of the show is when Sutton whines and complains about all the changes he has to make. It's like watching a toddler throw a temper tantrum, except he's a grown man. But, to everyone's surprise, Sutton has actually made some progress since the show first aired in 2019. The dude even managed to drop 60lbs, so maybe there really is something to this self-help stuff after all.

Get ready to indulge in some serious self-help talk with The goodsugar podcast! This baby drops a fresh new episode every week, so you'll never run out of life-changing advice to ignore. Each episode runs between 35-45 minutes, which is just enough time to zone out and scroll through your phone while pretending to listen.

The show features a bunch of expert guests who are totally legit, like spiritual rock stars (whatever that is), noted authors and lecturers (yawn), doctors (boring), health and wellness retailers (wait, what?), gurus (cue eye-roll), yogis (aka people who can do weird poses), and health and fitness moguls, including New York's most popular Yogi, Eddie Stern. Because when it comes to self-help, you can never have too many influencers with six-pack abs telling you what to do.

The podcast covers everything from self-help to diet to rehabilitation (SDR), which is like the trifecta of buzzwords that make you sound like you're really working on yourself. Sutton and Antebi love to make fun of gurus and poke holes in popular philosophies, which is basically like listening to two dudes roast your favorite self-help book.

With 4,000,000 downloads and counting, The goodsugar podcast is taking the self-help world by storm. So, if you're looking for an excuse to avoid real-life problems and dive deep into the world of metaphysical concepts, this is the show for you!

The goodsugar podcast has had some seriously impressive guests, like Lala Ali, who can knock you out with one punch (but in a good way), Kute Blackson, who's so motivational he could make a sloth run a marathon, and Mark Epstein, who's not just any old therapist - he's Harvard educated, baby! Plus, they even had Rick Allen, the drummer of Def Lepard, on the show. Because, you know, nothing says self-help like head-banging to "Pour Some Sugar On Me."

But wait, there's more! The podcast has also featured Mariel Hemingway, who's an actor and activist (and also has a really famous grandpa), and Rob Wolf, who's a research bio-chemist and author (which basically means he's a wizard who can turn science into words that make sense to normal people). And there are plenty of other great guests too, but we don't have time to list them all because, let's be real, you're probably already scrolling through Instagram instead of reading this.

We almost 'forgot' to mention (wink wink) that Sutton is also the host of the super-popular podcast, The SDR Show, which apparently stands for Sex, Drugs, and Ralph (just kidding, it's Rock and Roll). Don't ask us why he chose such a theme for his show, but if that's your cup of tea, you can follow him at @iamralphsutton.

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