Translating the Body's Mechanisms Into Action

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We can show you the magic of how your body works. We can show you the dangers of when things go wrong. We can show you pathways back to health. The next thing is allowing you to take these kinds of things and have personalized programs. We are basically trying to understand how the human body works from the molecular to the gross anatomy and now we have all of these tools but no one's life has ever been changed by a piechart.

As they say, you must make that data become someone that you respect or admire or love and then all over a sudden it has impact. For example, we just scan the highest resolution neurons ever acquired the ability to actually see 1/4 of the steroids with chronic stress, depression as well.

Just basically erodes, we call it [xx] showing you that this just basically melts your brain. You can see this is normal, and robust, and beautiful, and this one looks like it's in an ashtray and that kind of visualization process when you say this kind of behavior, this kind of smoking, this kind of stress, this kind of activity.

For example, we're doing a very big thing on exercise, and everyone always thinking about exercise and relationship. I'm going to feel stronger and feel a little bit better and lose some weight. The reality is, you know there are so many other things going on from exercise. There is a molecule we're rendering is called BDNF, Brain Derive Neurotrophic Factor, where that molecule is called miracle growth for the brain, and one of the only thing that makes it is exercise.

So if you want to grow new neurons, if you want your brains to be optimized for learning, the number one thing for it is exercise. One of our number one things for staging off alzheimer's exercise. One of number one things for increasing your HDL which basically improves your quality of life significantly is exercise.

And so we're actually showing you how everyone use molecules, affects every parts of your lives. So that when you take action, you know that this is not this kind of like, well, generally I know. No. Even at molecular level, it's very cool to see my brain being built back up from this molecule for my walk or run or bicycle, very cool.

And that allows people to understand as they have been saying for many many years that this has been quantified in their body by their body by these actions. And they know there's results. If we can show you the marvel of how your body works and how you can control it from a biological perspective and then once we've done those two things as an artist we want to make it beautiful.

That beauty engages a person, which allows them to empower themselves with educating themselves for what's going on. The visualization process is a process of acquiring many different kinds of data from many different kinds of sources, depending on the what level you're looking at.

Meaning, are we looking at the molecular, are we looking at the cellular, are we looking at tissue or organ level or are we looking at systems or are we looking at the whole body? What happens is that we get all of this kind of information in, and we compile it and what we do is rewrite algorithms as, you know pieces of my tissue here, having certain kind of consistency that tendons in the muscles underneath will have a certain kind of consistency.

Sometimes it happens when a pathalogist gets in there, it's not consistent with those other. And the computer is trained to find those in our algorithms and that's where we can actually say, oop we got a problem here, then we can actually say I was in surgery, I was in radiation, I'm going to do, you know chemo, depending on the category itself.

I'm going to do angio[sp?] plasty[sp?]. Anyone of that kind of treatment is basically being able to use this kind of imaging to figure out how bad or how well you are.