World leading water researcher, Robert Slovak, joins me on the show to talk about the things you have to know about the water we all drink.
Ian Mitchell is one smart dude. I'm happy to call him a friend. This podcast covers a wide range of topics from the use of Carbon 60 (C60) in hair loss to Ozone for gut health. Ian is constantly innovating, inventing, and drawing on a lattice of knowledge.
This episode was unscripted (at least from my side). Roy contacted a few close friends and sourced a number of questions.
Going deep down in the game that is negotiation with Stanford Law School Professor David Johnson.
Shawn Wells joins the show to shed light on the dark sides of the supplement industry, and to share his top tips on selecting supplements so you guys don't need to waste your money anymore. Shawn talks about his personal experience with things like chronic fatigue syndrome, Epstein-Barr, fibromyalgia, depression, insomnia, obesity, and he talks openly about psychedelics.
This is a deep dive into all things cannabis with one of the pioneers of the industry, Len May. Len goes over the different implications of cannabinoids and the long history of humans and the cannabis plant.
I share the top 10 most downloaded episodes of the show during 2020, my favorite books, and experiments.
Coming to the end of the year no one expected. Was it all bad?
Round 2 with Bodybuilding Champion, Wade Lightheart where he shares his encounters with a parasite that almost ate his eye. He also shares the risks of parasites from water and pork meat, and the magnesium deficiency that is caused by EMF.
he whole thing, like, genes and genetics is like the cookbook you have
The flicker rate is really high that you can’t perceive it but your eyes start to synchronize with this.
Philip Morris when they were developing the tobacco industry 40 something years ago they knew that nicotine was very harmful for health.
Health is the optimal functioning of your body.
’ve been interested in optimal performance for quite some time but I was focusing very much into my tools, the way I use technologies, computers, methods and so on.
What we really have is a fundamental disequilibrium between the demand for health services by a population that’s growing in size, staying alive longer and accumulating illness and disease
The awareness that I gained when I started learning about the fact that my body naturally does different things best at different times of day was sort of very freeing in a sense that it let me become a little bit more self aware about when I felt
Matt is a researcher, blogger, coach of optimal human health
I was always kind of curious about myself and understanding what makes me tick so it kind of goes way back to those days and then as I got into my professional life and you get a little bit older, you start shifting from okay I’m trying to be an.
LifePrint really equips individuals, relationships, teams, businesses with a formula that really empowers self leadership.
I'm not fine. I feel horrible. You know I have no energy, I don't sleep, the way my skin looks bad, you know on and on and on. So they know something's wrong. So what we run is called functional labs.
Empowerment means giving permission and gaining the knowledge and improving yourself to become the greatest version of yourself
Do dark days affect your energy levels? Is your best harder to achieve when winter comes?
Every electronic device you use is emitting harmful electromagnetic frequencies (EMF) into your body.
Photobiomodulation, or low-level light therapy uses visable light (measuing 400 – 700 nm) and near-infrared light (measuring 700 – 1100 nm).
Floating is a science-backed methodology for reducing anxiety, helping athletes recover, and provides numerous other benefits.
Sachin Patel discusses how the future of medicine and health lies with you.
James Maskell talks about systems thinking, patient/practitioner engagement, and root cause resolution as the future of medicine.
David Korsunsky comes on the Decoding Superhuman podcast to explain the value of dashboarding quantified self-data with his product, Heads Up Health.
Dr. Tom Stubbs joins the Decoding Superhuman podcast to speak about methylation testing, biological age, and how to use epigenetics for high performance.
Andy Mant is the Founder and CEO of BluBlox, a company who produces high-quality blue light blocking glasses. Andy and Boomer discuss the role of melanopsin, how to regulate blue light, and the role of circadian rhythms for performance.
Brian Richards is the Founder and CEO of SaunaSpace. This podcast episode is a deep dive into the performance benefits of photobiomodulation, heat shock proteins, near-infrared, and incandescent light therapy.
Andrew Pace is an expert in constructing a healthy home. Andy reveals the toxins hidden inside the average home, how to remove them, and simple home upgrades which will lead you to high performance.
Can you really increase your cognition by over 60% just by spending time in nature?
Dr. Navaz Habib is the author of Activate Your Vagus Nerve and an expert in training vagal nerve tone.
Can one device eliminate your jet lag forever? Jari Koponen discusses the value of the Human Charger in battling the winter blues and jet lag.
Mental models help make sense of our innovative, complex, and volatile world.
Mindfulness is a bit of a buzzword. In order to dispel myths and look at mindfulness with a scientific lens, Marko Lepik, corporate mindfulness and emotional agility coach joins the show.
The Hyperbaric Oxygen Episode
Boomer sits down with Doug Anderson, his father. Growing up, Doug was always able to put family first even as a busy executive. How did he do it?
Exploring the field of light with one of its top experts, Dr. Alexander Wunsch.
Do ancient traditions have a place in modern health practice? Dr. Ashley Beckman and Boomer discuss acupuncture, dantians, meridians, and the relationship modern sciences like genetics. Dr. Beckman unveils her secrets on handling environmental toxicities in cities and how to protect yourself from toxin overload.
This podcast is a bootleg version of a presentation I gave at the first Biohacking Fest in September 2019 in Kyiv, Ukraine.
Dr. Dome explains the oral microbiome and why all health starts in the mouth. If you grew up with crowns, fillings, root canals, had your wisdom teeth removed, you may not be in the clear.
Sauna is a tradition dating back centuries. Cultures across Europe have their individual sauna practices.
Round 2 with one of the Top 50 functional medicine and integrative doctors in the nation, Dr. Will Cole. Today, he shares his opinion on COVID 19, what is known about the virus, what we can do about it at the time being. Dr. Cole explains the importance of immunity for overall inflammation prevention and the key takeaways from his book, "The Inflammation Spectrum."
Juraj Kocar, CEO of Somavedic, talks about the benefits of precious metals and stones. Juraj explains geopathic stress and EMF awareness and how Somavedic helps relieve the effects of it. He covers the benefits of structured water and the different applications of their devices.
Bisu CEO Daniel Maggs talks about the importance of capturing the highly-valuable data from our urine. Daniel explains the differences between ketones, tracking electrolytes and other biomarkers, and the advantages of looking at magnesium, sodium and potassium data. He shares his excitement for where home health and wellness is going in general.
New York Times Bestselling author Scott Carney discusses the role of pattern interrupts in developing human resilience. Scott shares his personal experiences covered in his latest book The Wedge.
Breaking stereotypes and biases of psychedelics through a wide-ranging and science-backed conversation with Paul Austin, a responsible use psychedelics advocate. Paul talks about the applications of MDMA, ketamine, psilocybin, and LSD.
Dr. Enayat talks about the resurgence of the COVID pandemic and how to systematically prepare for healthy immune response in case of infection.
Let’s decode anxiety with board-certified psychiatrist and neuroscientist, Dr. David Rabin. Dr. Rabin eloquently explains why anxiety is something most feel, how gratitude helps interrupt anxiety, psychedelics, and why he created the Apollo.
Patrick McKeown, bestselling author of The Oxygen Advantage joins for round 2 on everything you need to know about breath work.
Nicotine is shrouded in controversy. Dr. Grunberg and I chat about the neurobiology of addiction, the potential for nicotine in pharmaceutical drugs, what nicotine does to your brain, and Dr. Grunberg’s thoughts on the growing psychedelics movement.
Mansal Denton returns for round two. This episode explores sacred hunting and indigenous wisdom. Mansal talks about reharmonizing with nature, reclaiming our refined wildness, and the confluence of hunting and psychedelics.
The Jam Session is an experimental format for the show. Roy Matz, the editor of the podcast, joins Boomer to discuss the first half of 2020. This is a wide-ranging reflection on: lockdown, routines, failed experiments, my favorite tools for minimum effective dose exercise, best books, and much more.