Welcome to my series on air pollution and health. In this first part of this 3 or 4 installment series, I'll consider why the problems of air pollution are terribly underestimated and I'll show you how air pollution has affected human health throughout history.
Keep in mind that I've...
The art, or science, of training your immune system is as old as history. In ancient times, the king of Pontus, Mithridates II, regularly took a cocktail of 65 ingredients to protect himself against poisoning (1).
Of course, “poisoning” is somewhat different from a simple...
Level Up Your Life With Fun and Games?
You're too busy to play? I can relate.
Burning the midnight oil trying to finish your to-do list from 47 days ago? Story of my life.
Your craving for fun free-time is looming large like JAWS and you're throwing it scraps of time from the chum bucket......
In this guest blog post, Jack Cincotta (MS in Psychology) explain how to counter depression naturally with foundational biohacking strategies.
If you're interested in reading more about Jack's extensive bio, click HERE. If not, continue reading Jack's excellent guest blog post:
Welcome to my 2021 red light therapy handheld review blog post.
First things first though...
Let me give you a little background:
You probably know about my 2019 red light therapy review blog post and YouTube video.
The blog post you're currently reading is a followup to that series,...
Welcome to the fourth and last part of my 4-installment series on particulate matter. This installment teaches you how to lower your exposure to particulate matter buy 90% or more!
But let's recap first:
Here's what I've done so far in the last 3 installments:
Finally, you've arrived at the last part of my 3-part series on the Fitbit & Biostrap.
In the last 3 installments I've treated the following topics:
Of any habit I’ve adopted in the last several years, the sauna by far has the most noticeable effect on my well-being. If I could only recommend one health hack to anyone, it would be the sauna. Sauna users are simply less likely to die.
Hey again, thanks for reading my second installment in the 3-part series comparing the Fitbit and Biostrap.
This review is an update to a previous review on the same product, which has since had a major overhaul to its dosing, naming and branding.
With a new handle, fresh...