HYG Podcast Ep. 12: My diet/exercise, red light therapy, and inflammaging

Hey folks, in this week's episode of the podcast, I cover: How/why I've shifted my diet from a restrictive low carb Paleo diet to a high carb diet without restrictionThe 3 exercise/physical activity variables I pay attention to and how I do it.What the red light therapy study shows us about daily light exposure and … Continue reading HYG Podcast Ep. 12: My diet/exercise, red light therapy, and inflammaging

Circadian rhythms: More than blocking blue light at night

A common approach for people experiencing sleep problems is blocking blue light at night. Blue light is a signal that helps set our circadian rhythm by synchronizing our master clock to the environment. But many require further help. In fact, most do. That's because circadian rhythms are about a lot more than just blocking blue … Continue reading Circadian rhythms: More than blocking blue light at night

Circadian disruption as a cause of Parkinson’s disease

Parkinson's disease is a neurodegenerative condition that leads to progressive motor dysfunction. Though we don't know the cause of Parkinson's disease, both circadian disruption and physical inactivity appear to play a role. Parkinson's disease falls in to a category of conditions known as chronic diseases of aging. As the name suggests, risk for these diseases … Continue reading Circadian disruption as a cause of Parkinson’s disease