Today we are talking with Mitchell Lee, PhD about Ora Biomedical’s Million Molecule Challenge and its new citizen science fundraising approach that allows everyone to participate. In addition, Dr Lee and I discuss my question of how to be “bold but safe” regarding the high-wire act of using off-label pharmaceuticals and OTC nutritional supplements to get a fast start (i.e., start now) on the pursuit of extended human healthspan.Read More
The Midlife Cyclist is a book by Phil Cavell, for cyclists over 40 who want to train hard, ride fast, and stay healthy. Join us to listen to Phil talk about finding cycling performance AND long health.Read More
One of the major bummers for the older athlete, is that no one knows how to make people younger. All we can do is slow down the rate of aging. The healthier we are, the slower we age….meaning the more slowly we progress toward that visit to the pearly gates.
How can we balance risk and reward, prioritize which interventions to pursue first, how to tell is we are getting a positive or negative result from our interventions including pharmaceuticals and nutritional supplements. These are the questions answered by Daniel and Rick.Read More
Moringa is known as the miracle tree because of its many beneficial features, which include: it helps to increase the blood antioxidants and reduce the blood sugar as well as chronic inflammationRead More
Pulsed Electro Magnetic Field (PEMF) stimulation provides noninvasive anti-inflammatory effects and regulates ROS signaling pathways.Read More
AGEs is now known to be a cause of cancer and many chronic diseases, including: type 2 diabetes, heart disease, painful joints, ED, cataracts, and even wrinkling of the skin. Our bodies make some AGEs as an unavoidable consequence of living, and we eat foods that contain a wide range of volumes of AGEs. Avoiding the AGEs in our food is the easiest way to control the accumulation of AGES.Read More
ate delivers mental training solutions to overcome the demands faced by elite athletes and other high performers in the military and business.Read More
I have a number of amazing episodes coming up (mental strength, CBD, avoiding glycation/AGEs, PEMF and more) but I haven’t been able to get any of them ready. It’s been too long since I published anything so I thought I’d share an great one from last year done with one of my favorite people, Dr…Read More
Physical intelligence is the brain’s ability to figure out how to perform physical skills better and better. It learns by doing.
But we forget. We lose skills we don’t use. That results in losing basic life skills if we withdraw from life. The more we pull back from activities that might result in injury the less capable we become over time. We have to find a way to stretch ourselves in what we already know or in learning new activities.
Exercise is not enough. We need unpredictable environments. An opponent across the net. An unstable trail. Something that engages the brain in adapting skills to accommodate new information. We retain physical skills and we exercise the brain.Read More
The reason we can feel infrared light is the infrared wavelengths can penetrate through clothing and through our skin and even through bone, down into our muscles and organs. It turns out that our bodies react to this light, as well as to other wavelengths including red light to up-regulate normal bodily functions that lead to healing and performance.Read More