Dec 10, 2019
Before keto, Crystal Reneau was overweight and fighting various health issues. From an overactive thyroid to hair loss, Crystal was forced on a journey to take back her health.
After dropping the carbohydrates and going keto, Crystal not only corrected many of her symptoms, but developed a deep passion for a fat-fueled...
Dec 3, 2019
Is there no limit to human longevity?
The latest & most cutting-edge research in aging paints a fascinating picture for the future.
Much of this work comes from Dr. David Sinclair, a Professor in the Department of Genetics at Harvard Medical School & the author of New York Times Bestseller "Lifespan: Why We Age - And...
Nov 26, 2019
Fixing healthcare costs & health insurance is part of standard political speeches & debates for US presidential candidates today.
Everyone knows there’s a problem with the healthcare system. However, virtually all of the politician's discussions & proposals are based on bandaid solutions.
The real issue? The...
Nov 20, 2019
Sleep is known as a common "pillar of health", yet is increasingly neglected in our modern society. Although technology has constantly been advancing, our beds have remained largely the same.
Stanford Professor Craig Heller & Matteo Franceschetti from Eight Sleep joins the podcast to discuss the science of...
Nov 15, 2019
We all know intermittent fasting and exercise are healthy, practical ways we can improve our health & performance.
Is it possible to use them together?
Would you benefit more from a fasted workout vs. a "fed" workout?
In this episode of Research Roundup, Geoffrey Woo takes on this very question.
By analyzing a recent...