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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 8 Oct 21

Neurohacker Collective created Qualia Skin with the goal of supporting skin appearance as a natural outcome of supporting skin health from the inside out. We aimed to create an ingestible skincare product that would support physiological processes relevant for skin health, and that, by doing so, would promote skin beauty from within. Qualia Skin is a blend of 21 ingredients chosen based on their biological actions and on how they may act through complementary mechanisms to provide skin nourishment and support comprehensive skin health, healthy skin aging, and skin appearance. This study aimed to assess whether Qualia Skin would change participant satisfaction …

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Neurohacker Collective created Qualia Skin with the goal of supporting skin appearance as a natural outcome of supporting skin health from the inside out. We aimed to create an ingestible skincare product that would support physiological processes relevant for skin health, and that, by doing so, would promote skin beauty from within. Qualia Skin is a blend of 21 ingredients chosen …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 8 Oct 21

When thinking about the most important organs of the human body, the first that come to anyone’s mind are probably the brain, heart, and lungs, and then maybe the kidneys and the liver… And it makes sense: these are absolutely essential for health and even life—they’re our vital organs. But there is an organ that we often take for granted and whose importance should probably be more acknowledged: the skin.The skin is our shield; it protects our body—and all those important vital organs—from many of the aggressions we are exposed to in our environment: friction, damaging radiation, extreme temperatures, noxious …

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When thinking about the most important organs of the human body, the first that come to anyone’s mind are probably the brain, heart, and lungs, and then maybe the kidneys and the liver… And it makes sense: these are absolutely essential for health and even life—they’re our vital organs. But there is an organ that we often take for granted …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 5 Oct 21

What follows is a transcript for the podcast: Extinguishing Fear When it Really Matters by Altering Breath and Vision.Topics within the interview include the following:Using Breath and Vision to Alter a Fear StateThe Link Between Strength Training and State InductionUsing Vision to Shift States: The Role of Panoramic GazingCombining the Two Power Tools of Vision and BreathingCorrelations Between Psychological and Physiological StatesCO2 Tolerance and Efficient Use of OxygenConfidence and State ControlHow Meditation and Breathwork Elevate our Behavioral BaselineThree of the Best Breathing Exercises for Shifting One’s StateThe Role of HRV TrainingDaniel Schmachtenberger: Okay, welcome, everyone. Welcome to the Collective Insights …

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What follows is a transcript for the podcast: Extinguishing Fear When it Really Matters by Altering Breath and Vision.Topics within the interview include the following:Using Breath and Vision to Alter a Fear StateThe Link Between Strength Training and State InductionUsing Vision to Shift States: The Role of Panoramic GazingCombining the Two Power Tools of Vision and BreathingCorrelations Between Psychological and …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 5 Oct 21

What follows is a transcript for the podcast HomeGrown Humans – Tyson Yunkaporta – Indigenous Culture – Hosted by Jamie Wheal.Topics within the interview include the following:Defining shame in Aboriginal cultureHow gender impacts violenceHow we can use Indigenous wisdom to overcome systemic violenceDefining Shame in Aboriginal CultureJamie Wheal: Welcome to our next guest. This is somebody I’ve been looking forward to jamming with since our paths first crossed earlier this year, Tyson Yunkaporta, who is an Australian, an indigenous scholar, and human, and also writer of the book Sand Talk: How Indigenous Thinking Can Save the World, and a generally all …

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What follows is a transcript for the podcast HomeGrown Humans – Tyson Yunkaporta – Indigenous Culture – Hosted by Jamie Wheal.Topics within the interview include the following:Defining shame in Aboriginal cultureHow gender impacts violenceHow we can use Indigenous wisdom to overcome systemic violenceDefining Shame in Aboriginal CultureJamie Wheal: Welcome to our next guest. This is somebody I’ve been looking forward to …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 28 Sep 21

Skin health is an important aspect of our general health. Healthy skin is better able to carry out functions that protect the rest of the body—to shield it from the external environment, to regulate its hydration and temperature, to keep pathogens out. Healthy skin also deals better with aging. And skin that is healthy tends to look healthy. So, there’s an aesthetic bonus to taking care of our skin’s health. One of the keys to good skincare is knowledge. Understanding the main aspects of skin health, the major processes and pathways of healthy skin physiology, and the mechanisms of skin aging …

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Skin health is an important aspect of our general health. Healthy skin is better able to carry out functions that protect the rest of the body—to shield it from the external environment, to regulate its hydration and temperature, to keep pathogens out. Healthy skin also deals better with aging. And skin that is healthy tends to look healthy. So, there’s …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 22 Sep 21

What follows is a transcript for the podcast The Science of Meta-Immunity – Dr. Benjamin Kaplan-Singer – ImmuneSub-section topics within the interview include the following:What is Immunity?The Concept of Anti-FragilityThe Benefits of Becoming Anti-FragileFinding the Minimum Effective DoseThe Role of Beliefs in Meta-ImmunityKetamine Integrative TherapyThe Definition of Meta-ImmunityStrengthening Our Natural State of BeingLimiting Exposure Window To Social MediaCultivating an Anti-Fragile Adaptive Immune SystemBeliefs Around FoodBiohacks for Supporting Meta-ImmunityHealing Is About Returning To the Path of LoveWhat is Immunity?Dr. Benjamin Kaplan-Singer: While I was training in residency as a family medicine doctor and I was in clinic, routinely the office is filled with …

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What follows is a transcript for the podcast The Science of Meta-Immunity – Dr. Benjamin Kaplan-Singer – ImmuneSub-section topics within the interview include the following:What is Immunity?The Concept of Anti-FragilityThe Benefits of Becoming Anti-FragileFinding the Minimum Effective DoseThe Role of Beliefs in Meta-ImmunityKetamine Integrative TherapyThe Definition of Meta-ImmunityStrengthening Our Natural State of BeingLimiting Exposure Window To Social MediaCultivating an Anti-Fragile Adaptive …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 8 Sep 21

What follows is a transcript for the podcast HomeGrown Humans – Dennis McKenna – Non-Ordinary Experiences and Psychedelics – Hosted by Jamie WhealTopics include the following:The eschaton or end of times.The concept of time and linear time.Non-ordinary experiences and hallucinationDennis and Terrence McKenna’s Experiences with La ChorerraDo plant medicines transmit some kind of outside intelligence?Is Reality a Hallucination?Humility and curiosity over false certaintyThe culture, the historical, and the societal context of psychedelicsFungi, neurotransmitters, amino acidsThe eschaton or end of timesJamie Wheal: Well, Dennis McKenna, thank you for joining us on Homegrown Humans. Really looking forward to getting to have a …

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What follows is a transcript for the podcast HomeGrown Humans – Dennis McKenna – Non-Ordinary Experiences and Psychedelics – Hosted by Jamie WhealTopics include the following:The eschaton or end of times.The concept of time and linear time.Non-ordinary experiences and hallucinationDennis and Terrence McKenna’s Experiences with La ChorerraDo plant medicines transmit some kind of outside intelligence?Is Reality a Hallucination?Humility and curiosity …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 7 Sep 21

Healthy skin is an important part of our wellbeing. It’s important for biological reasons—it helps to protect our internal organs by shielding them from environmental aggressions—and for social and aesthetic reasons—it plays a huge part in how other people perceive us.Skin health is influenced by a diverse array of environmental and biological factors. It’s greatest vulnerability is that it is exposed to all the environmental aggressions from which it so remarkably protects us. And in addition to external strains, the skin is also susceptible to physiological dysfunctions and to all the biological changes that come about as we age. But …

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Healthy skin is an important part of our wellbeing. It’s important for biological reasons—it helps to protect our internal organs by shielding them from environmental aggressions—and for social and aesthetic reasons—it plays a huge part in how other people perceive us.Skin health is influenced by a diverse array of environmental and biological factors. It’s greatest vulnerability is that it is …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 1 Sep 21

Your gut is home to trillions of bacteria and other microbes that communicate with your brain. This communication occurs in large part via the vagus nerve and is part of the gut-brain axis. These findings and more have earned our gut microbiome the nickname “the second brain.” Today, Naveen Jain, Founder of Viome, is here to help us understand how our second brain affects mood, immune function, and cognition. An Overview of The Gut MicrobiomeCan you give us a high-level overview of the gut microbiome?The microbiota is the entire collection of microbes living in and on the body. It forms a living …

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Your gut is home to trillions of bacteria and other microbes that communicate with your brain. This communication occurs in large part via the vagus nerve and is part of the gut-brain axis. These findings and more have earned our gut microbiome the nickname “the second brain.” Today, Naveen Jain, Founder of Viome, is here to help us understand how our …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 25 Aug 21

What follows is a transcript for the podcast Collective Insights -The Science of Meditation – Ariel Garten – Mind BodyIn this episode we welcomed Ariel Garten, neuroscientist, innovator, and entrepreneur, and co-founder of InteraXon, the makers of Muse: the brain sensing headband, to the podcast.Ariel guided us on a mindfulness meets science journey as we unpack the research that supports how meditation makes significant, actual changes inside the brain. She shares insider tips for using meditation as a tool for increased focus, managing anxiety, and greater self awareness.Topics Include:How meditation changes the brainThe magic in the mundaneWhat to do if …

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What follows is a transcript for the podcast Collective Insights -The Science of Meditation – Ariel Garten – Mind BodyIn this episode we welcomed Ariel Garten, neuroscientist, innovator, and entrepreneur, and co-founder of InteraXon, the makers of Muse: the brain sensing headband, to the podcast.Ariel guided us on a mindfulness meets science journey as we unpack the research that supports …

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