“The history of human evolution is also the history of food. It’s the history of fasting, too. Our bodies and brains are inherently adapted to it.”
Expanded human studies on obesity and chronic disease look at differences in fasting, time restricted eating and calorie restriction.
All types of fasting, from long-term water to intermittent, can reduce inflammation, get rid of gut leakage, and give the body a chance to heal.
Separating the good from the bad, and how I use wearables like Hapbee to shape my electromagnetic environment At the start of the biohacking movement, …
Keto and intermittent fasting can improve health at any age and life stage, discourage typical age-related conditions, and support the body before, during and after cancer.
From technology to food to how we live together as humans, far-out ideas just may save our planet’s immediate future.
Questioning the freedom to listen to someone else’s ideas, get new information or have sovereignty over what’s affecting your health, work and life.
Find out how vulnerability gets tangled with narcissism; how to strive for growth, not happiness; and how to retell your story and lead with who you are now.
“Ask yourself, “What do I want every part of next year to look like?” Just trust it as possible.” Then, take action.
Spermidine promotes cellular renewal to slow down aging through autophagy and anti-inflammatory effects.
Find out how Urolithin A stimulates mitophagy, renews mitochondria, and can improve your muscle strength and lifespan.
NeuroSculpting® teaches you to manage mild to severe stress by combining neuroscience and meditation to change your brain’s pathways.
Find out what really happens when you take psychedelics and why pairing them with psychotherapy can help you heal in new ways.
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