In this interview Martin shares his experiences with biohacking, i.e. “becoming CEO of your own health“. He also discusses the Danish Biohacker Community, a Meet-up and Facebook group who has grown to more than 2000 members since its start in 2016.
Humanin, a 24 amino acids peptide, was almost simultaneously discovered independently by three scientific teams between 2001 and 2003. One of these teams was a Japanese lab led by Prof. Ikuo Nishimoto who was looking for a molecule that can potentially prevent or delay onset of Alzheimer’s disease. Their 2001 study shows humanin’s neuroprotective effectContinue reading “Peptide review: Humanin – mitochondrial peptide for weight loss, improved blood glucose, and reduced inflammation”
After Nature Medicine published the now well-known study by a group of Japanese scientists  describing hydrogen’s selective antioxidation capacity, hydrogen was widely featured in Japanese media who reported potential health benefits of molecular hydrogen for humans. At the same time, many companies including Itoen, a major beverage company in Japan, started marketing their hydrogenContinue reading “Molecular hydrogen. Can it improve deep sleep?”