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Host Tony Wrighton covers the biggest biohacking stories and talks to your favorite characters from the world of biohacking and health. Also check out our biohacking reviews... With Dave Asprey, Joe Wicks, Esther Perel, Paul Saladino, Sarah Knight, Ben Greenfield, Gabor Maté and many more.
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In the Philippines, "tapa" is a type of dried or cured meat. It's also my initials, which is probably why I'm rather tough, mostly salty, needlessly oily, and overall an acquired taste. Nothing special, just random thoughts on pop culture, communication theory, personal development, and life in general. Cover art photo from Kawaling Pinoy: https://www.kawalingpinoy.com/filipino-beef-tapa/
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EaglesTracker follows the journeys of Nigerian footballers abroad, as they attempt to play their ways to the top of the world's most beautiful game. Enjoy exclusive conversations with current Super Eagles, Super Falcons, Legends, Journalists & Many More stakeholders in Nigerian Football. The Home of Nigerian Football
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1. Aleksa Safiya - Im So Sorry 2. Coline Creuzot - You Tried It (Unplugged) 3. Bailey Bryan - Anymore. 4. Lenci - Memories and Moments 5. Inayah - Nirvana (my mind) 6. Amara J - Inconsistent Love 7. Dunn Pearson, Jr. (feat. Dean Finesse Miller, Portia Martin & Patrice Rushen) - Tell Me 8. Sandra St. Victor - Coming Around 9. Raquel Rodriguez - Don't You Know 10. Zaakiyah Mccall - True Colors 11. Justine Skye, Rema - Twisted Fantasy 12. Esther feat. Tinashe - BAYNK 13. Maya B - Dont think abo ...
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For the second of our Edinburgh Fringe 2024 podcasts Ali spoke to musician Jo Mango and theatre-maker Liam Hurley to talk all about A Giant On The Bridge, which is part of the prestigious Made in Scotland showcase, and will be at the Assembly Roxy Central between 2nd-18th August, 10.40am. Jo describes how A Giant On The Bridge came about, emerging …
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Binders are substances that help remove toxins from the body by binding to them and preventing their absorption. Biohackers love binders, but should they worry about potential risks? Experts have been warning this week about the "TikTok health trend" of taking binders, with one saying, "if you keep taking it on a regular basis, you are going to set…
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25-year old forward, Fortune Bassey speaks exclusively to EaglesTracker about his journey in football. From growing up in Nigeria, making his breakthrough in the Czech Republic, moving to Hungary for a record fee, facing Barcelona, Inter Milan and Bayern Munich in the UEFA Champions League, his career regrets and more. TIMESTAMP 0:00 Promo 0:22 Int…
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Today we review the powerful combination of breathwork and other biohacks like cold immersion. Yes, we are 'stacking biohacks'! This is a Biohacking Reviews episode, where we review; products, supplements, health tech, practices... whatever is new and whatever we've been trying. Jane Tarrant is a Breathing Retrainer, based in Bicester, Oxfordshire,…
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Top footballers have been biohacking at Euro 2024 to help give them an edge. A number of players are using breathwork and wearing Oura Rings, others are drinking a concoction known as a 'Fuel Bomb' containing pickle juice, and more are using cryotherapy, blue-blocking glasses, and polyphasic sleep. So what's working best, and what can we learn? On …
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Super Eagles and Boavista defender, Bruno Onyemaechi sits down exclusively with EaglesTracker to discuss his football journey, from growing up in Owerri, moving to Anambra, eventually getting a transfer to playing football in Europe, and then representing the Super Eagles of Nigeria. 0:00 Intro 0:58 Favourite holiday destinations 1:48 How I started…
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If you take magnesium supplements and are interested in sleeping deeper and better, you'll enjoy this episode. Today we are looking at supplements, specifically magnesium supplementation. My guest Errin Smith focuses on Upgraded Formulas, though I couldn't resist getting a little mention in for my podcast partners BiOptimizers and their Magnesium B…
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At Biohacking News, we’ve managed to crowbar Taylor Swift into a discussion about biohacking this week, and it works (promise!). Powering through a gruelling three-and-a-half hour set requires more than just a hearty meal. What's she doing to get through it? She's biohacking her way through it, that's what 😂 We already know she takes L-Theanine to …
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For the latest podcast Ali caught up with previous podcast guest Graeme Thomson to talk about Under The Ivy, his biography of Kate Bush which has been updated as part of Omnibus Press' Remastered Series. Graeme explains the challenges in writing about such a well-loved, and private, person, the reaction of those interviewed, the formative years of …
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Join us for the last episode of series six and a joyful exploration of the importance and reality of person centred care. For five years Tommy Whitelaw was a full-time carer for his late mother Joan who had Vascular Dementia. In 2011 he undertook a walk around Scotland’s towns and cities to collect hundreds of life stories and letters detailing the…
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For thousands of years humans have been using plants, mushrooms and other natural substances to enhance their body & mind. So what happens when companies like London Nootropics blend adaptogens with coffee? This is a Biohacking Reviews episode, where we review; products, supplements, health tech, practices... whatever is new and whatever we've been…
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For the latest Scots Whay Hae! podcast Ali spoke to festival director Svend McEwan-Brown and composer, harpist, and singer Esther Swift to hear all about this year's East Neuk Festival - the 20th anniversary no less - which runs from 26th-30th June. Svend tells us about the history of the festival, it's aims and how it has developed and grown over …
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Ageing, whilst a natural process, is the accumulation of damage in your body over time, caused by a long term over-activation of the immune system. Discovering your biological age can provide you with the confidence that your current lifestyle is optimal, or empower you to make changes if there could be room for improvement. So - the big question -…
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AyoT and Olu from the Nigeria Football Weekly podcast, discuss and grade the performances of 10 Super Eagles Stars who joined new clubs in the 2023/2024 season. Who was the best performer ? Who was the biggest flop ? TIMESTAMP 0:00 Promo 0:16 Intro 1:58 Alex Iwobi to Fulham 7:35 Samuel Chukwueze to AC Milan 12:30 Maduka Okoye for Udinese 18:16 Akor…
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The latest Scots Whay Hae! podcast is the first of this year's Edinburgh Fringe specials (yes, it is that time already!) and Ali spoke to actor Craig Barclay and writer Tony Voller to hear all about their show Addict, which is on at The Space on the Mile. Craig and Tony talk about how they came to work together, the history of Addict, a synopsis of…
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Omega-3 fatty acids can be converted into Specialized Pro-resolving Mediators (SPMs) in the body. So you are cutting out the middleman by taking SPMs. They then play a crucial role in resolving inflammation, and as we know histamine intolerance often results in inflammation. But are they worth it? This is a Biohacking Reviews episode, where we revi…
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Live from the Health Optimisation Summit This is episode 500! Wow... and I am presenting Biohacking News live from what is now possibly the world's biggest global biohacking event in London. Fresh Insights from the Biohacking World, all your fave names and faces, and a review of the event. Find out my fave speakers (this may surprise you) and all t…
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Welcome back to Biohacking News for a special edition. Today, we're dissecting a topic that sits at the core of many biohacking discussions: the true impact of vegetable oils on our health. For seasoned biohackers and those new to the biohacking community, this is a really important issue. We’ll explore the historical events that led to the prevale…
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NeuroVizr®️ is described as "a psycho-active technology that utilizes light and sound stimulation to influence mental processes such as perception, consciousness and cognition" But is it worth it? This is a Biohacking Reviews episode, where we review; products, supplements, health tech, practices... whatever is new and whatever we've been trying. R…
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"The Future of Health" Biohacking Events Season has started with events taking place all around the world. Today, we are discussing the events, the big names and the big new trends at the biggest biohacking conferences and summits in 'event season'. Hack Your Health by KetoCon and the Biohacking Conference drew big crowds, and the Health Optimisati…
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Pain in the eye? It is a red-flag all healthcare professionals are trained to be aware of. But when spotted, who deals with it? We are joined by Specialist Head and Neck Pharmacist Ann Marie Goacher. Ann Marie describes her journey from a local community pharmacist in Ireland to being the lead pharmacist for the head and neck directorate at Univers…
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At-home testing is so important on your health journey. So today we're looking at emerging options for heart and health testing, plus whether ozempic could ever be a positive for biohackers. This is a Biohacking Reviews episode, where we review; products, supplements, health tech, practices... whatever is new and whatever we've been trying. My gues…
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For the latest Scots Whay Hae! podcast Ali was joined by BAFTA-nominated filmmaker Doug Aubrey to talk about 'Legacy of an Invisible Bullet', which is described as "an immersive 10 ½ hour cinematic experience" compiled of 170 short films shot by Doug, which is going to be shown over six days at the Glasgow Film Theatre, culminating in a UK premiere…
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Longevity Docs Meet in NYC - Biohackers' Dream Top doctors are on a mission to boost our healthspan for the short, medium, and long haul. Can they pull it off? We dive in and uncover their top findings and go inside the conference. Also... Microplastics found in every human testicle in study | The scientists tested 23 human testes, as well as 47 te…
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The Oura Ring provides round-the-clock insights into sleep, fitness, and stress for wellness. It's a biohacker favorite. But is it worth it? This is a Biohacking Reviews episode, where we review; products, supplements, health tech, practices... whatever is new and whatever we've been trying. Join 30k+ weekly biohackers who receive the latest tech +…
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'Optimize Your Sleep' Wearable Program gets incredible results | Some finding deep sleep doubles, HRV increases sharply, and Sleep Score goes from 60s to 80s. Also, it's Biohacking Conference Season. We discuss the big names and what's in store at... Hack Your Health by KetoCon - Learn cutting edge health hacks from world class speakers, May 31 – J…
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For the latest Scots Whay Hae! Ali spoke to crime writer, and returning guest, Douglas Skelton to talk about the latest entry in the 'Rebecca Connolly' series of crime thrillers, 'The Hollow Mountain' which is out now, published on the Polygon imprint of Birlinn Ltd. Douglas talks about the origins of Rebecca Connolly and the inspiration behind the…
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Do Doctors know best? How do you explain the risks and benefits of a medicine when you yourself don’t really know? We chat to Maricarmen Climént, Research and Editorial Officer at Sense about Science about risk communication and how we best help patients to make better choices in the face of uncertainty? Maricarmen has a diverse background in scien…
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For the latest Scots Whay Hae! podcast Ali caught up with writer, and previous guest, Louise Welsh to talk about her latest novel To The Dogs, which is out now published by Canongate Books. The two talk about the complex issue of class, the hold of the past, the setting of Glasgow, the central character of Jim Brennan, the parallels between ganglan…
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Kaatsu Blood Flow Restriction Training is described as "safe, gradual, and gentle engorgement of blood vessels when using at rest or during exercise." But is it worth it? This is a Biohacking Reviews episode, where we review; products, supplements, health tech, practices... whatever is new and whatever we've been trying. Join 30k+ weekly biohackers…
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Vitalia City, also known as 'Longevity City,' is an experimental community designed to push the boundaries of human health and longevity. This is the Honduran tourist island that started as a pop-up longevity city, and then some of the founders stayed and made it permanent. And on this show, we're going inside... Home to 200 forward-thinking scient…
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Neuronic provides clinical consultation and neurofeedback. They offer a 1070nm transcranial photobiomodulation device with 4 quadrant control ... But what does that actually do, and is it worth it? This is a Biohacking Reviews episode, where we review; products, supplements, health tech, practices... whatever is new and whatever we've been trying. …
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Revolutionizing Mental Wellness: Discover Why Many Top Biohackers Swear by Neurofeedback. Neurofeedback is a non-pharmaceutical approach to improving brain health, mood, and cognitive disorders. By measuring, and assessing, real-time brain activity using an electroencephalogram (EEG), neurofeedback research can help people rewire their brains and i…
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Nicotine gets a bad rap thanks to its association with smoking. So is microdosing nicotine a good idea and is it something biohackers should be doing? Here's what to know about microdosing the stimulant. This is a Biohacking Reviews episode, where we review; products, supplements, health tech, practices... whatever is new and whatever we've been tr…
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Wake Up Biohackers: Could Your Coffee Contain Paint Stripper? It's a chemical so toxic, the EPA has banned its use in paint strippers. So why is methylene chloride still used in the production of decaf coffee? Today's guests: @MissBiohacker Laura Rüffer and Alex Higham, Exhale Coffee Founder. Also today... US Man, 61, Says He Has Body Of A 38-Year-…
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We chat to Physiotherapist and Consultant Practitioner, Esther Clift about her pioneering role in the management of frailty. A varied career, where a passion for working with older people was ignited in Southampton, where she undertook an MSc in Gerontology. She currently leads an Acute Frailty Service on the Isle of Wight. What is frailty and how …
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The world's only ice baths that can plummet to an ice-generating 0°c, using patented ice cycles that you can app control. But are they worth it? This is a Biohacking Reviews episode, where we review; products, supplements, health tech, practices... whatever is new and whatever we've been trying. I'm joined by the Sweaty AF Podcast hosts Joey and Lu…
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Two of our faves, Eddie Abbew and Joe Wicks (who's been one of my guests on this show) haven fallen out.. Eddie Abbew tells Joe to WTFU! We're talking about that this week on Biohacking News. Also... Biohacking Singles. Good idea? Peter Attia hating on Biohackers lol Lenny Kravitz workout in shades and leather pants (not exclusively a biohacking st…
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Mesenchymal Stem Cell Therapy is a cutting-edge treatment that uses specialized cells to repair damaged tissues and reduce inflammation in the body. This is a Biohacking Reviews episode, where we review; products, supplements, health tech, practices... whatever is new and whatever we've been trying. Dane Johnson is the CEO and founder of CrohnsColi…
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The controversy continues after tech CEO Bryan Johnson showed off his wild face transformation. What do you think? He says he has reversed his ageing by 5.1 years. In a recent post, he shared photos from 2018, 2023, and 2024 to show how his bonce is changing. "Even my Face ID is confused. I'm transitioning..." Mr Johnson wrote on X. Other biohackin…
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For the latest Scots Whay Hae! podcast Ali spoke to Jane-Ann Purdy & Douglas Robertson to learn all about this year's Edinburgh Tradfest, which is on between the 3rd - 13th May. They take us through the amazing line-up for 2024, with some of the finest bands and musicians around, as well as giving some history to the festival, and a run down of the…
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For the latest Scots Whay Hae! podcast Ali spoke to CD Boyland to hear all about The Glasgow Review of Books, and particularly the Live Hip-Hop + Poetry night which will be at Stereo in Glasgow on 26th May. CD talks about the line-up, which includes Darren McGarvey, Iona Lee, Billy Letford, Imogen Stirling, Texture, and Johnny Cypher, all hosted by…
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