Tag: biohacking

How to Fall in Love With Your Work – Stella Grizont #563

Stella Grizont is a three-peat on the show who makes us all happier each time she is on. She is a speaker, executive coach, founder of WOOPAAH, and creator of The Work Happiness Method. She works with overachievers who are seeking deeper career fulfillment and with organizations who are dedicated to engaging their employees.

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Negativity Fasting and Spirituality Hacking – Luke Storey #562

This episode of Bulletproof Radio is with a true kindred biohacker, Luke Storey, who is a lifestyle design expert who has spent the past 22 years developing and refining the ultimate lifestyle, based on the most powerful principles of health and spirituality, while at the same time embracing the technology and modern conveniences of urban living.

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The Hack is to Feel the Pain – Dr. Michael Gervais #561

As a high-performance psychologist, Michael Gervais, Ph.D. works in the trenches of high-stakes environments, where there is no luxury for mistakes, hesitation or failure to respond. He works individually and with groups of high-profile people from every major sport, Olympians, Fortune 100 CEOs, as well as internationally acclaimed artists and musicians.

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The Impact of Impacts on the Brain – Joseph Maroon #559

Dr. Joseph Maroon is a 78-year-old world-renowned neurosurgeon with extensive experience in neurosurgery. He specializes in minimally invasive surgery to speed recovery for his patients. He is a sports medicine expert and innovator in concussion management, personal fitness and nutrition. As an Ironman triathlete, he lives and breathes his own advice.

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It’s Not Lyme, It’s Mold – Dr. Andrew Heyman #557

In this episode of Bulletproof Radio, our guest is Dr Andy Heyman, who is the Director of Academic Affairs for A4M. Andy is also the Medical Director of Integrative Medicine at George Washington University and is someone who has been studying, at a crazy deep level, Lyme disease and toxic mold and what they do to our genes – and he’s come up with some fantastic treatments.

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