This episode is a presentation Dr. Rhonda Patrick delivered at the Biohacker Summit in Helsinki, Finland in 2016.
Drs. Erica and Justin Sonnenburg both research the interaction between diet and the trillions of bacteria in the gut.
Ronald Krauss, M.D., is the director of atherosclerosis research at Children’s Hospital Oakland Research Institute and an adjunct professor at UCSF and UC Berkeley.
In this podcast, Rhonda discusses some of the mechanisms by which chronic stress (and rumination) affect the brain and brain aging, the gut and inflammation, the immune system, and biological aging through acceleration of telomere shortening. She talks abou...
Dr. Aubrey de Grey is a biomedical gerontologist and the founder of the SENS research foundation which aims to find technologies that can repair the various types of damage that occur during the aging process.
Tim Ferriss, notorious self-experimenter, angel investor, startup advisor, NY Times bestselling author (3x), and much more.
Dr. Rhonda Patrick speaks with Dr. Bruce Ames, about a micronutrient- and fiber-dense nutrition bar (referred to as the CHORI bar) that was developed in the Ames laboratory.
Jim Kean is the CEO of National Pro Grid League (NPGL) and founder of WellnessFX.
In this video, Dr. Rhonda Patrick summarizes a recent study that found that frequency of sauna use was associated with increased decreased risk of death. Using the sauna 2-3 times per week was associated with 24% lower all-cause mortality and 4-7 times per ...
This video breaks down, point-by-point what gene polymorphisms you might look at, and how they relate to very specific micronutrients.
Is cancer just bad luck? To some degree, yes... but there's also a very, very large environmental and lifestyle component.
Dr. Bruce Ames discusses his triage theory, which he proposes that the body has developed a rationing response to shortages of micronutrients (vitamins and minerals) throughout evolution.
Dr. Frans Kuypers and his lab pioneered a technique that helps retrieve pluripotent stem cells from placental tissue, which is routinely needless discarded worldwide.
Contrary to commonly held beliefs, lactate is not the cause of muscle fatigue. Rather, it's an essential source of energy itself, greedily metabolized with a greater degree of preference than many other sources of energy, including glucose. Recent research ...