Superhero Secrets: Dave Asprey

Ever heard of Dave Asprey? If you have even a passing interesting in biohacking, he’s the guy to know. In his mid-twenties, Dave was a multimillionaire Silicon Valley entrepreneur who weighed 300 pounds. After traditional diet and exercise failed, Dave spent nearly 20 years and $300,000 hacking his own biology. Not only did his unique methods help him lose 100 pounds, he also gained over 20 IQ points!

Today, Dave is the founder of top biohacking website Bulletproof Executive and authored the recent New York Times bestseller The Bulletproof Diet. And he sat down with us to share his #SuperheroSecrets.

Dave’s biggest tip for real-life superheroes? Have breakfast the right way.

“Having carbohydrates for breakfast oftentimes sets you up to have uneven energy and food cravings and mood swings all day long,” says Dave in the above video. “So if you’re going to have carbs, you should eat them towards the end of the day instead of the beginning of the day.”

What other daily rituals are great for your mind and body? Watch the video above to find out!

Want more? Check out Dave’s book and website, and follow him on Twitter! Then, let us know what you thought in the comments, on Facebook, or Tweet us @SuperheroYou!

Interviewed by Jessica Lipman

Written by Sasha Graffagna

Ever heard of Dave Asprey? If you have even a passing interesting in biohacking, he’s the guy to know. In his mid-twenties, Dave was a multimillionaire Silicon Valley entrepreneur who weighed 300 pounds. After traditional diet and exercise failed, Dave spent nearly 20 years and $300,000 hacking his own biology. Not only did his unique methods help him lose 100 pounds, he also gained over 20 IQ points!

Today, Dave is the founder of top biohacking website Bulletproof Executive and authored the recent New York Times bestseller The Bulletproof Diet. And he sat down with us to share his #SuperheroSecrets.

Dave’s biggest tip for real-life superheroes? Have breakfast the right way.

“Having carbohydrates for breakfast oftentimes sets you up to have uneven energy and food cravings and mood swings all day long,” says Dave in the above video. “So if you’re going to have carbs, you should eat them towards the end of the day instead of the beginning of the day.”

What other daily rituals are great for your mind and body? Watch the video above to find out!

Want more? Check out Dave’s book and website, and follow him on Twitter! Then, let us know what you thought in the comments, on Facebook, or Tweet us @SuperheroYou!

Interviewed by Jessica Lipman

Written by Sasha Graffagna

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