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Vince Giuliano has been blogging for 7 years at and researching the anti-aging literature full-time for 10 years. He is the chief scientist at Vivace Associates where he consults on plant-based substances and how they can benefit health and wellness.

He got a PhD from Harvard University in applied physics and computer science (one of the first PhDs in computer science in what became known as computer science). He has also had many successful careers in technology.

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Health Tools I Wish I Had When I Was Sick

At SelfHacked, it’s our goal to offer our readers all the tools possible to get optimally healthy. When I was struggling with chronic health issues I felt stuck because I didn’t have any tools to help me get better. I had to spend literally thousands of hours trying to read through studies on pubmed to figure out how the body worked and how to fix it.

That’s why I decided to create tools that will help others cut down the guesswork:

  • Lab Test Analyzer – a software tool that will analyze your labs and tell you what the optimal values are for each marker — as well as provide you with actionable tips and personalized health and lifestyle recommendations to help you get there.
  • SelfDecode – a software tool that will help you analyze your genetic data from companies such as 23andme and ancestry. You will learn how your health is being impacted by your genes, and how to use this knowledge to your advantage.
  • SelfHacked Secrets – an ebook where we examine and explain the biggest overlooked environmental factors that cause disease. This ebook is a great place to start your journey if you want to learn the essential steps to optimizing your health.
  • SelfHacked Elimination Diet course – a video course that will help you figure out which diet works best for you
  • Selfhacked Inflammation course – a video course on inflammation and how to bring it down
  • Biohacking insomnia – an ebook on how to get great sleep
  • Lectin Avoidance Cookbook – an e-cookbook for people with food sensitivities
  • BrainGauge – a device that detects subtle brain changes and allows you to test what’s working for you
  • SelfHacked VIP – an area where you can ask me (Joe) questions about health topics

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  • Andrew

    Could someone please tell me the type of tea (made from tree bark, bought off Amazon) that Vince mentioned. Cheers!

  • Aimee

    Just a note on the MBTI stuff. “Judging” doesn’t actually mean judgmental. It actually means that the type prefers to make decisions quickly rather than preferring to wait until they’ve gathered as much info as they can before deciding on something. Also, the decisions they make could be either positive or negative and don’t always have to do with making negative judgments about people or their ideas.

    The INTJ is actually a percieving type at it’s core because their dominant function is Introverted Intuition, which is a perceiving (information gathering) function. The J is assigned to the type based on their secondary function (extraverted thinking), which is the first one they use in the outside world. It’s confusing but you would actually be more of a Judging type if you were an INTP because the INTPs dominant function is Introverted Thinking, which is a judging (decision making) function.

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