Dr. Neil Paulvin and I speak all about the coolest things in the biohacking and health space including nootropics, peptides, senolytics and light therapy. Dr. Paulvin is one of the most knowledgeable functional medicine doctors in the country in regards to human optimization and in this podcast we discuss his approach to medicine and how to get the most out of many trendy biohacking therapies.
About Dr. Neil Paulvin
Dr. Paulvin is an innovative physician in the study of Functional Medicine, Integrative Sports Medicine, Regenerative medicine, Osteopathic Manipulation and Craniosacral Therapy. He works with patients to not only treat but find the root cause of autoimmune issues, thyroid and hormone imbalances, digestive and gut disorders and a number of inflammatory based conditions. Uniquely combining Osteopathic Manipulation and Functional Medicine to fast track healing, recovery and biomechanics to progress athleticism. Synergistically utilizing eastern and western medicine, lab testing and reviews, lifestyle wellness, and manual therapy to treat injuries, inflammation patients and optimizers are set on their path quicker.
- Functional Medicine
- Osteopathic Dr.
- Many people doing biohacking wrong
- Most exciting things in biohacking. Wearables, lab testing
- BPC -157, Mots-C, Melatonin, Methylene Blue
- Proper way to use BPC-157 , TB-500
- Peptide therapy dosing and sourcing
- Good Cognition Peptides: – BPC-157, C-max, Cmax, C-lank, GHK-Copper, Melanotan 1 and 2, Cerebrolysin, NAD for brain, Methylene Blue
- Mitochondrial Stimulation overdosing. Proper way to do senolytics
- Red Light, Vi-light
- Antibiotic Toxicity: Cyprotoxicity 4-quinolones (ear drops)
- Nitric Oxide as a nootropic
- Brain Fog- Meth Blue, Ashwagandha,
- Red Light
- Brain Fog – Adaptogens, Methylene Blue
- Red Light For Slow Starters
- GLP-1 Inhibitors: Agozempic, zemaglytyl.. Viagra, Cialis Cognitive effects
- NAD: Alive by Science, Archway Apothocary
- NAD Boosters: CD-38, Apogenin, Fisetin, Resveratrol, TMG
- InstaGram: @drpaulvin
- Clubhouse: Dr Neil Paulvin