World-Renowned Biohacker Greg Potter to Tell Biohacking Conference Moscow About Proper Food Intake Approach

World-Renowned Biohacker Greg Potter to Tell Biohacking Conference Moscow About Proper Food Intake Approach

Many people have heard the statement: ‘We are what we eat’. This theoretical view has been repeatedly confirmed or denied by various scientists. Well, how important is the time of breakfast, lunch, and dinner? This issue will be revealed by Greg Potter, a UK researcher and an experienced biohacker, at Biohacking Conference Moscow on September 19.

The expert will make a presentation: How to optimize your diet using the chronobiology concept.

The speaker will explain:

  • how eating influences human body clocks;
  • how our body clocks encourage food intake at certain times of day;
  • why the time at which we eat may affect our responses to drugs and supplements;
  • why better understanding of our body clocks may help us better personalize our diets.

Greg Potter is a globally renowned biohacker, PhD, Master of Science (MSc) in Exercise Physiology. He specializes in health optimization by the means of optimal sleeping patterns, diets, and control of metabolism.

The expert was involved in numerous investigations. In particular, he researched the effects of long-term melatonin supplementation on health in adults at high risk for type-two diabetes. At the University of Leeds, he conducted studies dedicated to sleep, diet, and metabolic health. Their results were featured in world’s leading publications: ВВС, Washington Post, Reuters, TIME magazine, The Daily Telegraph.

Greg participated in trials of the online dietary recall service. He cooperated with the United States Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command on health optimization and productivity. Besides, he trained sprinters – multiple champions of Europe.


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