This episode is a presentation Dr. Rhonda Patrick delivered at the Biohacker Summit in Helsinki, Finland in 2016.
Our genes influence the way we absorb and metabolize micronutrients. Nutrigenomics looks at the influence genetic variation has over micronutrient absorption/metabolism and the biological consequences of this dynamic relationship.
Dan Pardi is a Ph.D candidate that researches sleep neurobiology at Stanford and University of Leiden. He is also co-founder of Dan’s Plan, an online wellness and technology company.
Dr. Terry Wahls discusses the protocol she used to reverse her secondary-progressive multiple sclerosis.
In this video Dr. Rhonda Patrick shares her recipe for low-carb lemon tart and demonstrates how to make it.
In this short video, Dr. Rhonda Patrick describes one of the mechanisms that drives the beneficial effects of sleep on the brain.
Dr. Rhonda Patrick interviews Dr. Pierre Capel, professor emeritus in experimental immunology at the Utrecht University in the Netherlands where he researched a wide range of topics from genetic modification to cancer immunotherapy.
Dr. Rhonda Patrick explains what antioxidants are, why they are important, and how they prevent DNA damage, a well-known cancer initiator.
Elissa Epel, PhD, is a Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of California, San Francisco where she serves as the director of the Aging, Metabolism, and Emotions Center. Her research centers on the mechanisms of healthy aging and the a...
Dr. Judith Campisi is a professor of biogerontology at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging, a co-editor in chief of the _Aging Journal_ and an expert on the role of cellular senescence in the aging process and development of cancer.
Consistent patterns of age-based alterations in DNA methylation can be harnessed to estimate age, serving as a sort of "clock," the premise of which is truly remarkable: Predict a person's age (or even lifespan), based on chemical modifications to their DNA...
The second in a multi-part series of COVID-19 related Q&As addressed by Rhonda Patrick, Ph.D. as a result of questions submitted by newsletter subscribers.
Is cancer just bad luck? To some degree, yes... but there's also a very, very large environmental and lifestyle component.
Dr. Gordon Lithgow is a professor of gerontology at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging. The topic of conversation in this episode is especially focused on Dr. Lithgow's work with C. elegans, which a tiny nematode worm he uses to interrogate questions ...
Several studies have established causation showing that sleep duration is a major determinant of insulin sensitivity.