Author: Courtney Sperlazza, MPH

Courtney Sperlazza, MPH, is an epidemiologist who has worked in medical research on projects ranging from breast cancer epidemiology to end-of-life decision-making. When she’s not researching, she’s running biohacking experiments on herself, competing with her husband at everything, or taxiing her kids to sports, not in that order.

Study Shows Pregnant Women are the Ultimate Endurance Athletes

A new study spells out what women have suspected for generations: pregnancy is the toughest endurance event your body can…

5 Non-Toxic Personal Care Products for Travel

If you’re trying to avoid toxic chemicals and fragrances in your personal care products, the travel soap and shampoo section…

5 Ways to Support Your Body’s Sleep Cycle, According to a Circadian Rhythm Expert

Have you ever noticed that you feel wide awake after a late-evening trip through the grocery store? Or, do you…

We Tested Four Sleep Tracker Apps and Wearables: Here are the Best Ones

Statistics show that a third of people reading this do not get enough sleep. Not enough sleep not only makes…

Ditch That, Eat This: 7 Go-to Dirty Keto Meals and Snacks Made Clean

You may have heard of “dirty keto,” the version of ketosis that involves eating whatever you want as long as…

Study Confirms: Sunscreen Chemicals Seep Into Bloodstream After Just One Day

A recent study in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) confirms that the active ingredients in sunscreen seep…

What is Metabolic Flexibility and How Can You Achieve It?

You might think that a good number on your keto meter is the gold standard of fat burning. Being in…

Could Carbon 60 Make You Live Longer?

Carbon 60 is an arrangement of carbon atoms that forms a ball-shaped molecule, with a structure similar to a geodesic…