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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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Sep 28, 2020

In this episode, Geoffrey Woo brings on New York Times best selling author and former research biochemist, Robb Wolf to discuss a wide ranging smorgasbord of human health and performance topics. They explore the nuances of the paleo and keto diet, the nature and tools of science, lifestyle & fitness considerations...


Sep 25, 2020

"We often include things in our lives to improve it but what we exclude could be as important as what we include."

-Dr. Latt Mansor

There are health consequences if you smoke even if it is only once in a while. It causes lung cancer, emphysema, and heart disease. We created this segment to shed light on smoking...


Sep 22, 2020

Travis Christofferson is a top science writer focused on metabolism. His latest book is “Ketones: The Fourth Fuel: Warburg to Krebs to Veech, the 250 Year Journey to Discover the Fountain of Youth.”

This book is a fascinating expedition behind the thinkers and experimentalists that were foundational to our modern...


Sep 18, 2020

This week, we're answering questions across a wide scope. Ranging from the air pollution we're seeing on the West Coast to "Is there a liberal agenda against meat?" to ideas on how to measure metabolic flexibility and efficiency.

Free Fatty Friday is a rapid-fire, weekly Q&A session with Geoffrey Woo, where he answers...


Sep 14, 2020

Why do people get sick? Infectious diseases like COVID-19 are one thing that we should be concerned about, but what about chronic conditions and baseline metabolic health that is the foundation for our everyday life and resilience?

We bring back one of our favorite researchers in metabolism, Brigham Young University's...