April 26, 2019

As we all know, diet is quite controversial. Nutritional science is one of those areas that continues to evolve rapidly, seeming to contradict itself along the way, particularly around fats (good vs bad); carbs (hi vs low); and proteins (plant vs. animal).

And while the...

April 19, 2019

Exercise is now generally believed to be neuro-protective. There have been extensive confirming studies on this, though the exact types, levels and amounts of exercise that are optimal is not yet known. 

But here are some of the resources that have shaped my approach:

As...

April 16, 2019

This following series of posts are meant as a companion to my recent sessions at SXSW (see my video here), where time did not allow for us to drill down into detail on various health resources.

I should state up front that I offer all of these not as a Doctor or Researc...

April 4, 2019

Here is the video of the recent session where I shared my health journey at SXSW. Titled "Biohacking for a Healthy Brain", my goal here is to share some of the approaches that have helped me in making Patient Empowerment more than just a buzzword. I hope you enjoy the...

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