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SuperDads

By Niche Radio

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I'm a work from home dad, who is an academic scientist in studies optimal environmental health, drawing input from multiple disciplines. A go-to guide for overall men's / dad's health, that being physical, emotional, sexual, physiological but to name a few. Using science to explain them. This being said, although my outlines on the subject are very detailed and specific I have to cover all aspects of 'health'. The changes one can make impact one's life as a whole. It certainly has and still continues to do so for me. As a man, I have had to evolve the way in which I do things, my last seven years has been spent with a forced health change that has had to 'evolve' daily, weekly, monthly and yearly through practice, understanding, mistakes, work, and study. For example: at the start of the year I had a stroke and had to apply my learning and learn a bunch of new stuff to accelerate my recovery. One of the tools is cold thermogenesis. As a byproduct With no calorie counting and no exercise, I was able to get a 4/6 pack (depends on the day of the week), while still building and retaining muscle. It's the application of biophysics. Basically, I apply the same things to my family, children, raising our new puppy and being a husband to my wife. My science is also being used to aid in policy development to help protect communities.

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