Is your lifestyle significantly impacting your hormones?
Millionaire tech entrepreneur Bryan Johnson's pursuit to reverse the ageing process has become a captivating journey to follow. With a team of 30 doctors and medical professionals, he has embarked on a remarkable quest to reboot his body. Astonishingly, 45 year-old Bryan has:
- slowed the pace of ageing by the equivalent of 31 years
- inflammation is 85% below an average 18 year old
- total bone mineral density top 0.2% of a 30 year olds and
- cardiovascular capacity top 1.5% of 18 year olds
What I like about Bryan's program is its holistic approach, encompassing elements like a calorie-restricted diet, supplementation, regular exercise, and meticulous attention to optimal sleep patterns. These are lifestyle factors we often discuss and Bryan's commitment to them is truly inspiring.
His transformation is driven by rigorous measurements, gold-standard scientific protocols, and the relentless pursuit of perfect health. The results are nothing short of astounding, as he speaks of newfound mental clarity, increased sexual function, boundless optimism for the future, an unprecedented sense of well-being, and remarkable emotional stability.
These profound transformations may not be attainable for everyone, especially in the context of young parents and women dealing with hormonal fluctuations. It begs the question: Is our lifestyle having a more significant impact on our hormones than we realise? For more, read Dr Brom’s article Menopause: It’s About More Than Just Hormones
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