On this episode of Anti-Aging Hacks, Joe Cohen and Faraz Khan discuss how to decode your genetics.

1. What are the two different ways to sequence your genome and the advantages of each?

2. How SelfDecoded gives you test results and health recommendations that are different from 23andMe and MyAncestry for example

3. What is the right way to use your genetics results to improve your health and longevity?

Joe Cohen is the founder of SelfDecode, which is a platform where you can enter your genetic data and to optimize your health goals.

Joe won the lottery on bad genes. From childhood he suffered from all kinds of inflammation, fatigue, digestive problems, anxiety, depression and many other issues his doctors couldn’t seem to sort out.

Frustrated by the lack of good information and tools, he threw himself into experimentation and self-learning to improve his health like many of us have. He’s now a self-made “biohacker” and he created the ultimate biohacking resource, a website called SelfHacked.

All this led to his next venture, a biotech software platform for DNA-based health research called SelfDecode. We go deep today into how you can use your personalized genetics to understand how to meet your health goals.

Get 10% discount on any subscription on SelfDecoded using the code ANTIAGINGHACKS. 

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