How To Maximize Physical, Metabolic, And Cognitive Health With Minimal Effort

Biohacking is all the rage, but if you’re not doing it correctly, you could wind up causing more harm than good. Overexercising, undereating, and eating too many superfoods can have the reverse effect as intended, causing nutrient deficiencies, weight gain, and cortisol depletion. Sometimes less is more, and by toggling our biohacking tools at the right time and with the right intensity, we can get closer to the results we want.

I’m excited to sit down with my good friend, Dave Asprey, to talk about how to upgrade our metabolism, stress response, strength, and brain health while radically reducing the amount of effort it takes to get there. Dave says that the key to achieving peak wellness isn’t about doing more; it’s about doing less—exercising and eating smarter, not harder. Dave shares how we can get the maximum results in our physical, metabolic, and cognitive health—with minimum effort, and the top things we can do today to biohack our metabolic, neurological, and epigenetic systems.

We discuss the essential minerals missing from almost everyone's diet, the problems caused by mineral deficiencies, and how to know if you are deficient. We also talk about whole-body vibration training and how it’s one of the best ways to hack your strength and recovery in just minutes every day, as opposed to spending hours at the gym every week. Physical resilience is intimately connected to spiritual resilience. Dave and I close our conversation by talking about spiritual fitness and the importance of practicing gratitude, forgiveness, and kindness—essential elements of a healthy, peaceful, and happy life. I hope you’ll tune in.

 

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