Biohacker’s Podcast: Peptides for Longevity with Dr. Daniel Stickler

Dr. Daniel Stickler, co-founder of the Apeiron Center for Human Potential, discusses the potential therapeutic applications of peptides in human health and performance. Peptides are short chains of amino acids found in various sources and have a range of biological functions, including the regulation of hormones, influencing neurotransmitters, and modulating the immune system. They can also have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial properties. Dr. Stickler also presents a few examples of using wearable devices to gather biometrics, interpreting the data and acting on the insights gained to effect positive changes.

The original presentation was filmed during Biohacker Summit Helsinki, Finland, in October 2019.

Check for upcoming events & tickets!

Devices, supplements, guides, books & quality online courses for supporting your health & performance:

Key moments and takeaways:

00:04 Teemu Arina: Peptides Overview
01:10 Peptides for Performance and Health
03:12 Examples of Peptide Applications
06:20 Dr. Daniel Stickler: Biologics and Peptides
09:12 Peptide Sequencing and Manufacturing
10:07 Peptides and their Mechanism
11:03 Neurologic Peptides
11:58 Cerebrolysin
14:27 Cellink
15:41 Dihexa
16:34 FGL
17:28 Rg3
18:23 MT2
19:00 Peptides for Therapeutic Applications
19:21 Data-Driven Health
22:39 Measuring Stress and Adaptability
23:49 Using Biometric Wearables
25:00 Measuring Sleep
24:43 Teemu Arina: Cautionary Advice on Peptide Use

You May Also Like