Ryan Munsey on Breakfast as the Most Important Meal of the Day

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, because you have the opportunity to capitalize or completely screw up what you are trying to accomplish. So, I think one of the things that I want to make sure people understand is that you always have to ask yourself what are you doing and what are you trying to accomplish. … Read More

Dr. Beth Healey on Living In Extreme Conditions

Biohacker’s Podcast Teemu Arina interviews Research MD Beth Healey who spent an extended period of time at Concordia station in Antarctica researching extreme conditions (e.g. temperatures as low as -100 celsius) where humans are put to test during difficult missions such as one we may take to planet Mars. Beth Healey’s most recent role was with the European Space Agency (ESA) as … Read More

Prof. Russel Hanson on How To Make a Digital Copy of Your Brain

Biohacker’s Podcast Teemu Arina interviews professor Russell Hanson on our current capabilities of making a digital copy of a human brain on the connectome level. Professor Russell Hanson is founder and CEO of Brain Backups a company with the ambitious mission of providing non-destructive non-invasive brain imaging at the connectome level. Why would one want a Brain Backup or connectome? This is … Read More

Dr. Rhonda Patrick on Nutritional Health and the Benefits of Sauna

Biohacker’s Podcast Teemu Arina interviews one of the leading experts on nutrition aging, Dr. Rhonda Patrick on heat alteration such as swimming in ice cold water or entering a sauna. Dr. Rhonda Patrick with a Ph.D. in biomedical sciences is an expert in nutrition, metabolism and aging. She has done considerable research in all of these fields, including research on cancer … Read More

Sarah Turner on Becoming Super Charged

“Imagine, a mind quick as lightning, a body charged with energy. No, it’s not a fictional superhero. It’s you. SuperCharged.” Sarah began her career as a research scientist. She worked for a number of big pharma companies including 6 years at GlaxoSmithKline, where she investigated the effect of electrostatic “charge” in the human body, and how it relates to physiological … Read More

Twist, Shake and Sit Your Way to Corporate Wellness

Half the average person’s waking life is spent at work. For many people this means sitting at a desk or in some other humanly unnatural position, with little to no physical movement. This is especially alarming when the correlation between corporate wellness and company output is so staggering. In short, the happier and healthier a company’s employees, the more likely a company … Read More

Ben Greenfield on Hacking Your Body for Longevity

“Health experts might be killing their bodies.” – Ben Greenfield Ben Greenfield has been obsessed since a teenager to use the most cutting edge fitness and nutrition hacks to get the most out of the human body. Today he uses it for the benefit of his audience not only to achieve peak potential but also to feel as healthy as possible on the inside … Read More

Teemu Arina on Upgrading the Workplace

“To me biohacking reduces the distance between the feedback that you get and if you are getting the results that you want. So, if you do some kind of measurements, you can become more sensitive to whats actually going on.” Teemu Arina has a professional career of over 15 years as a technology entrepreneur, author and speaker. He is one … Read More