Aug 20, 2017
If you begin thinking about the human body as a system, where inputs directly cause outputs, you'd become more mindful of the one input we put into our bodies every single day: Food.
Episode 38 features James Colquhoun, the filmmaker of some of
the most internationally acclaimed food documentaries (Food
Matters, Hungry for Change). After
being driven to explore nutrition in order to save his father's
life and seeing the results of a changed diet, James became
inspired to spread the knowledge and change the lives of many
others. An early contributor to the biohacking ethos by pushing
people to be more thoughtful of the food they put into their
bodies, James has devoted himself to arming people with the
knowledge they deserve to live a healthy and prosperous life.
Geoffrey Woo and James discuss the importance of not being dogmatic about diets, how certain practices from the past are making a comeback to modern society (i.e. feast and famine periods), and the influence nutrigenomics (as well as nature-based philosophies) have on each individual.