Across each day of the BPExec 2013 conference the man himself Dave Asprey gave some time for Q & A about issues that may or may not have been explicitly covered in the conference. It was a really great way to air any specific issues or questions that people had about the diet and the approach in general.
We’ve compiled a list of the tidbits that stood out to us as being particularly interesting and put them into categories below. We hope you’ll find them interesting.
Reduces oxidative stress. Can inactivate bacteria, viruses, fungi, yeast and protozoa through disrupting cell integrity, growth inhibition and damaging the viral capsid. Ozone therapy up-regulates red blood cell glycolysis, activates the Kreb's Cycle and reduces NADH. There is increased production of enzymes that protect against free radicals through increased Super-Oxide-Dismutase(SOD) and glutathione peroxidase. This is an extensive topic! For further reading, you could start with Ozone Therapy: A Clinical Review
Infrared (IR) laser nerve therapy and brain stimulation
This is one of Dave's $5000 'toys' which he gave us a look at. At the right wavelength, Infrared light has been shown to excite neurons, and up-regulate ATP, RNA and DNA synthesis. It also causes vasodilation. Applications include light therapy for mood disorders and improved cognition without the use of nootropics.
Cold / Low Level Laser Therapy
Shown to be effective in the management of acute and chronic pain, but still considered to be an experimental treatment (doesn't stop a biohacker though does it!)
Anyway, thanks for reading! We’ll continue to post more insights into our experiences at the conference. We had an amazing time there and couldn’t recommend it more highly to any other potential future attendees!
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