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Biohacking, nootropics, and the notion of optimizing one's human performance are on a rapid rise. Nootrobox founders Geoffrey Woo and Michael Brandt are some of the foremost thinkers in this space, and they are here to have intellectual conversations that will make you THINK every Monday.


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Feb 27, 2020

Paul Benigeri, VP of Engineering and Growth at H.V.M.N., graduated from Stanford University with a BS in Computer Science.

Paul, one of the first employees who joined the team, quickly went from an individual contributor to managing a world-class (& world-wide!) team of engineers, marketers, and designers.

A natural...

Feb 24, 2020

Dr. Richard Veech spent decades studying human metabolism, with his scientific contributions, (particularly in the keto field), being highly lauded among his colleagues.

"He has redefined our understanding of metabolism," said Dr. Thomas Seyfried of Boston College.

In an airplane crash of 48 passengers in 1968, only 10...

Feb 19, 2020

With over 250 documented fights in her professional career in Thailand, Sylvie von Duuglas-Ittu (105lbs) is truly a fighting machine. How can one fight at such an intense volume?

Along with discipline made of steel, Sylvie also follows the ketogenic diet to help further her performance both in the ring and aid in her...

Feb 13, 2020

Ditch the flat treadmill. Hit the winding, mountainous, rocky trail instead.

In this podcast, we chat with Erwan Le Corre (founder of MovNat). He follows a primal lifestyle of "natural movement", one that reconnects himself to the natural, innate capabilities of the human body.

In modernity, most people only do a few...

Feb 11, 2020

For Dr. Latt Mansor (our H.V.M.N. Research Lead), diabetes is a topic that hits close to home for him. His PhD thesis work from the University of Oxford focused on diabetes and cardiovascular risk.

Typically, Type 2 diabetes gradually develops through a poor lifestyle largely driven by nutrition and a sedentary...