RESTORING ANCIENT BALANCE SINCE. 2020
Our capacity to transform wellness is to educate.
Hundreds of thousands of years ago, our ancestors laid out the blueprint for healthy living for us to follow, things like: eating real food, moving frequently and sometimes intensively, exposing ourselves to natural environmental stressors to drive immunity and resiliency, and also giving our bodies proper time to recover.
When we don’t live as our ancestors did, we create a mismatch between our genes and our environment that drives chronic disease. HealthX is a prescription for correcting some of that imbalance.
OPTIMIZE ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE
IDENTIFY HEALTH RISK & PREVENT DISEASE
DEFY AGING & IMPROVE QUALITY OF LIFE
IMPROVE ENERGY, SLEEP & BRAIN FUNCTION
RECOVER & REGENERATE
Always do your own research, don't rely on second hand advice exclusively.
Actively updated wellness lectures from our founder, podcasts, videos, research papers, articles, blogs, experts, and more.
Dr. Rhonda Patrick PhD
Dr. Rhonda Patrick has a gift for translating complex scientific topics into actionable insights in her videos, podcasts, and articles. She's dedicated to the pursuit of longevity and optimal health—and shares the latest research on nutrition, aging, and disease prevention with her growing audience.
Susanna Søberg PhD
Dr. Susanna Søberg is an international leading scientist in our metabolism during stress and rest. She did her PhD at The University of Copenhagen and has contributed to a deeper understanding of our metabolism during stress and rest in humans. She’s and expert in cold & heat therapy and functional breathing for optimized health and performance.
Andrew Huberman PhD
Andrew Huberman, Ph.D., is a neuroscientist and tenured professor in the department of neurobiology and by courtesy, psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Stanford School of Medicine. He has made numerous significant contributions to the fields of brain development, brain function and neural plasticity, which is the ability of our nervous system to rewire and learn new behaviors, skills and cognitive functioning.