Break The Rules #45: What are “Epigentics?” with Dr. Daniel Stickler

Break The Rules #45: What are “Epigentics?” with Dr. Daniel Stickler

Break The Rules #45: What are “Epigentics?” with Dr. Daniel Stickler

Epigenetics…what the heck is that?! You’ve heard about genetics, but “epigenetics” is a buzz word flying around the holistic health world. Dr. Daniel Stickler, co-founder of the Apeiron Center for Human Potential, is here to break it down for us and explain all about an emerging new paradigm for taking your health back into your own hands.

Dr. Daniel L. Stickler is the Co-Founder and Chief Medical Officer of The Apeiron Center for Human Potential and Chief Science Officer for Apeiron Academy.  He is the pioneer behind systems-based precision performance medicine, a new paradigm that re-defines medicine from the old symptoms based disease model to one of limitless peak performance in all aspects of life. A physician to high-performing executives and entrepreneurs who want to upgrade their current state, he’s also an author, speaker, blogger and podcaster. He is the Medical Director for the Neurohacker Collective, a Google consultant for wearable technology, epigenetics, and AI in healthcare and a guest lecturer at Stanford University on Epigenetics in Clinical Practice.​ In 2008, a new world opened through the lens of genetics and epigenetics and his near obsession like the fascination of the potentials for personalized human systems design led to the realization that we truly have the ability within us to take charge of our destiny and become the architects of our evolution.

Link: https://www.apeironcenter.com

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