In this episode of Collective Insights Ben Greenfield is back to share the latest in biohacking trends for optimizing brain health, nootropics, and longevity.
In our latest conversation with Siim Land we discuss the impact of proper hydration on athletic performance, the relationship between diet and longevity, and balancing marginal benefits and big picture factors. Listen in now.
In this fascinating episode we sit down with Dr. Charles Brenner, a research pioneer in the area of nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD). NAD is vital in the creation of energy in every cell of your body and is intrinsic to the aging process.
Listen in to learn why NAD (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) is a molecule crucial to the aging process and how can we support healthy NAD levels.
Dr. Andrew Huberman and Brian Mackenzie join Daniel Schmachtenberger to discuss the neuroscience of vision and breathing to shift out of fear based states.
In this episode, we are joined by Susan Bratton, champion and advocate for all who desire passionate relationships and the world’s most well-respected sexual biohacker. The topic? The biohacking tools you need to extend your 'sexspan' for longevity.
Inside of all of us, there is a spark, and without it, you could not live. This energy creation isn’t mystical, nor is it spiritual; it’s science. Curious? Listen to our latest podcast with guest Dr. Molly Maloof.
Listen in as biohacker, Thaddeus Owen, explains how the modern world has largely gotten rid of winter and why it’s come at a cost to our health, waistlines, and resilience.
In this special encore release, Dr. Bruce Lipton joins Daniel Schmachtenberger to talk about epigenetics and how the environment can affect genetic behavior. Dr. Lipton also discusses how even the perception of an environment can have an impact along with a positive mindset.
Nathalie's passion for human and healthspan optimization is contagious, as she discusses the importance of a bio-individual approach to biohacking and the need to consider factors such as genetics, lifestyle, and environmental influences.
The key to leading a high-performance life is to redirect our attention from the world outside us to the world inside us. Dr. Gervais shares with us leading-edge science and insights from the frontier of human performance to do just that.
Discover how our bodies are teeming with trillions of microbes that play a pivotal role in shaping our health, immunity, mental health, and even weight regulation. We discuss the surprising ways our modern lifestyle choices—such as antibiotics, diet, and hygiene practices—impact our delicate microbial ecosystems.
We uncover some of the incredible benefits associated with neurofeedback, from reducing stress and anxiety to improving focus and memory retention, and even share our own stories of transformative change from this innovative approach.
In this special encore episode, Neurohacker Co founder, Daniel Schmactenberger chats with Dr. Nafysa Parpia about how gut dysbiosis, toxicity, and underlying infection affect brain function and chronic illness.
Dr. Heather Sandison joins us to share the latest research on lifestyle interventions proven to slow cognitive decline, shattering common misconceptions about Alzheimer's and providing key insights to keeping our brain sharp at any age.
The Neurohacker Science Team explores the fascinating power of the gut-brain axis and its influence on our health and mood.
How do cells actually "talk" to one another? Listen in and learn the intricacies of cellular communication mechanisms uncovered by Dr. Lieff's extensive research.
Steven Kotler fearlessly challenges long-standing myths surrounding aging, presenting a fresh perspective that encourages us to reimagine the possibilities of our later years.
Tomas Björkman joins us for a thought-provoking episode where we explore the intersection of spirituality, economics, and personal growth, shedding light on the potential for positive change in our society.
Listen to learn how early life experiences shape your gut-brain dialogue and lifestyle tips to nurture a thriving mind-gut connection.
In this special encore episode we dive into the vast realms of consciousness and human development with philosopher, Ken Wilber.
In this episode, Dr. Palmer discusses neuroscience linking mental disorders to a metabolic disorder of the brain, shedding new light on how our brains function and the potential for innovative, whole systems treatments for mental disorders.
Scott Barry Kaufman, Ph.D, joins us to overturn conventional and overly simplistic notions surrounding the neuroscience of creativity.
New York Times bestseller, and co-host of the Emmy® Award Winning Netflix docu-series Down to Earth, Darin Olien, joins us to discuss how modern conveniences, otherwise known as "fatal conveniences," are sabotaging our health and impacting our resilience.