It’s no secret that I’m a big fan of getting your blood tested, even if it’s just once a year.
After all, if you don’t know what’s going on inside your body, you have no clue how...
This week, I took a deluxe deep dive into the inner workings of my blood and biomarkers. The best way to think about blood testing is this: it’s like paying attention to your check-engine light instead...
This morning, I drove through the snow and ice-covered roads of my hometown in Spokane, Washington to visit Dr. Toby Hallowitz - the same guy I introduced to you in the article "Natural Remedies...
About every 3-4 months, I test my blood with a WellnessFX Performance Panel.
Part of this is pure and simple preventive medicine. In other words, I want to know if there are things happening inside...
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I'll admit it.
I'm a total self-quantification nerd.
You know this if you read my article "A Crash Course On Finding Out What Is Happening Inside...
You've probably experienced muscle testing at some point in your life.
Typically it involves someone pushing down on your arm or trying to pull your fingers apart, while you are in the presence of something...
Ben Greenfield racing a Half Ironman last weekend, photo courtesy James Richman
Do you ever wish you could know exactly what is going on inside your body?
In my recent bout with MRSA (a nasty staph...
Yesterday morning, I was on running along an asphalt path beside the river.
Committed to the plan for the workout, I was carefully gauging intensity, calculating pace, and watching my GPS.
Totally geeked out.
Sadly, I was...
Every 4 months or so, I drip saliva, bleed on paper and pee in a cup to find out what my essential fatty acids, amino acids, Vitamin D, minerals (like magnesium), hormones (like testosterone...
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I'm not one to recommend that every time you go exercise, you take eight pounds of heart rate monitors, GPS devices, foot pods and fancy cell phone applications with you. Neither do I endorse...