Why Inflammation Matters For Your Dog (And You) – Ian Mitchell #514

This episode is an in-person interview with a fellow named Ian Mitchell. Ian studies a soccer ball-shaped molecule made of 60 carbon atoms that has some really interesting biological properties that are applicable to you, at least if you like to perform better.

Do you know what a buckminsterfullerene or a carbon nanotube is? Well, you will after this Bulletproof Radio in-person interview with a fellow named Ian Mitchell.

Ian studies a soccer ball-shaped molecule made of 60 carbon atoms that have some really interesting biological properties. Properties that are applicable to you, at least if you like to perform better.

Ian is the Vice-President of Research at Carbon60 Plus, and in this episode, he talks us through the science and implications of his work on our pet’s (and our) health.

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Why Inflammation Matters For Your Dog (And You) – Ian Mitchel #514

Links/Resources

Website: Carbon60plus.com
Facebook: facebook.com/carbon60plus

Show Notes

  • How the “C60 lethal dose curve” works 00:07:40
  • Why it is impossible to do a single variable test 00:12:24
  • How long are the people in Ian’s office going to live? 00:17:59
  • There is a current epidemic of dogs dying too young 00:32:48
  • You do not want to copy cells that already have problems 00:45:42
  • Project yourself into the future, see if they’ve solved it, and bring it back 00:48:15
  • The hubris of people in science 00:53:51
  • How Ian’s parents biohacked him as a kid 00:55:57
  • Reinventing the oval 00:57:39

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