#015: Biohacking Tips for Improved Health with Dayne Barkley

This week I speak with biohacker and life coach Dayne Barkley. Born and raised in Melbourne, Australia, Dayne is a Certified Bulletproof Human Potential Coach & Primal Health Coach with a primary focus on Quantum Health principles and sleep. His philosophy towards health and wellness encompasses an holistic approach of Body, Mind & Spirit.

Links for Dayne:

Personal Website

Facebook

Twitter

Shownotes:

0:00-7:15: Intro remarks & announcement about name change

7:15-16:30: Gluten concerns & reducing inflammation in our diets

16:30-22:30: Developing a healthy gut

22:30-25:05: Intermittent Fasting

25:05-29:30: Bulletproof Coffee & Caffeine Consumption

29:30-38:00: Quantum Health Principles

38:00-45:20: Reducing Blue Light Exposure

45:20-52:20: Tips for Improving Sleep

52:20-56:40: Cold Showers to Boost your Immune System

56:40-1:00:00: Problems with EMFs from our Electronic Devices

1:00:00-1:03:25: Dan’s Tips on Great Books and How to Find Him

Dayne’s Recommend Websites, Apps, Products

D Minder (App for Tracking Vitamin D & Sun Exposure)

Findaspring.com (finding a spring with natural spring water in your area)

Oura Ring (Best device for tracking sleep, as well as other health metrics)

Dr. Jack Kruse (Nutrition, Paleo Diet)

Iris (software for reducing blue light exposure on your computer)

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