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The Essential Role of pH and Alkalinity in Achieving Optimal Health

Achieving optimal health requires a comprehensive understanding of our body's intricate processes. pH and alkalinity play a significant role in maintaining a balanced internal environment. The Significance of pH and Alkalinity: pH measures how acidic or basic (alkaline) a substance is and is a...

What is the gut microbiome?

WHAT IS THE GUT MICROBIOME?  First, consider what the “gut” is in itself. It’s helpful to consider the gut, or gastrointestinal tract, as a hose that runs through our body and is open on either end. These openings along with the continuous gut tract make the gut external to our body. So just like...

What’s the Deal With Grounding?

Grounding is another term for an increasingly popular practice called earthing. Earthing utilizes the understanding that bodily contact with our planet’s natural electric charge stabilizes human physiology in many ways, including reducing inflammation, stress reduction, pain relief, improved...

What is Medical Tourism?

Medical tourism (aka health tourism) has historically been defined as leaving your country of origin for the specific purpose of receiving healthcare in another country. The origins of this practice are rooted in what were considered countries with poor health care. Individuals would often leave...

June – National Great Outdoors Month

The steamy warmth of the Amazon and Belizean rainforests is a far cry from the cold, stainless environment of a pharmaceutical lab. Is it possible that these untouched soils hold the key to treating injury and disease? The people indigenous to these jungles have learned over millennia that their...

Getting Strong to Save Your Life

Featuring Dr. Elizabeth Yurth, Boulder Longevity Institute & Lacy Puttuck, Dominate Your Game   Individuals who are generally inactive lose as much as three to five percent of their muscle mass for each decade that passes once they turn 30 years of age. In other terms, that can be four to...

What Are Medically Managed Peptides?

Peptides and peptide therapies have rapidly gone from a bit of an underground, misunderstood medical marvel that was reserved for bodybuilders and human optimizers to suddenly appearing on the shelves of Target stores. We often see the term peptide creeping up when discussing creams or oils that...

Recap: The Longevity Course

Dr. Yurth hears it all the time, a phrase most of us have heard at least a few times in life: “I don’t want to get old.” The common thinking behind that utterance is likely based on the fact that while an average person might live for 30,000 days (around 82 years), they could spend 6,000 of those...

How To Be Your Own Health Advocate

If you’ve ever been around a toddler, it doesn’t take long to understand that they learn the world around them by asking questions…so many questions. We could learn a thing or two from those young learners when it comes to self-advocacy. Asking questions of your medical provider could be the...

The Market Conspiracy of Healthcare: How the System is Keeping You from the Latest Medical Advancements

Healthcare is an ever-evolving field, with new research and advancements emerging every day. However, many patients are not aware of the life-changing medicine and treatment options available beyond traditional healthcare. After years of witnessing this alarming gap in awareness by patients and...

The Best Exercise for Longevity

The elusive spring that puts forth water to make whoever imbibes young again has been long sought after. Indeed, the Fountain of Youth has been searched for by myriad cultures and has been written about in countless stories. This search for good health and long life has since led to a vast array...

Semaglutide vs Tirzepatide

These two new “weight loss” drugs have been getting a lot of attention: Semaglutide, a GLP1 (glucagon like peptide 1) receptor agonist, and Tirzepatide, a dual GLP1, and GIP (glucose-dependent insulinotropic polypeptide) agonist. GLP1 and GIP are both peptides that are released in the gut in...

The Notorious Chasm in Healthcare

The gap between medical discovery and implementation in the community represents a quality chasm in healthcare. It is an unfortunate truth that lives are significantly impacted by missing out on “what could be” for the sake of “what is.” What causes the undeniable lag in time between the discovery...

Better Blood Tests to Assess Cardiovascular Risk

Cardiovascular disease has been the leading cause of death for Americans since 1921, with stroke being close behind since 1938. While the overall percentage of age-adjusted deaths has come down since 1950, cardiovascular disease continues to be the number one reason for death in the United States....

What is the best low-impact exercise?

People think that to see the health outcomes they would like that they need to participate in some form of high-intensity exercise, but low-impact activities can be just as, if not more, effective in optimizing health. The first low-impact exercise that will give you results is easy. Walking....

Orthopedic Tips for Winter Activities

The New Year is upon us, and with it comes resolutions to get fit this year. Starting a new health regime can be daunting, so here are some of the top hacks to help you on your way to a new you. Drink water first thing in the morning, even just 8 to 10 ounces when you first wake up. People wake up...

2022’s Top Asked Questions—With Answers!

At BLI, we look forward to all the learning and discovery that lies ahead of us in 2023. As we prepare to kick off the new year, we’re taking a quick look back at some of our favorite questions from 2022. Plasmalogens—What Are They & How Often Should You Be Taking Them? Plasmalogens are a...

Dr. Yurth’s Baseline Supplement Routine

Locked away in a vault somewhere deep inside the Boulder Longevity Institute lies the secret everyone wishes they could get their hands on - the supplement routine of Dr. Elizabeth Yurth. As Co-Founder and Chief Medical Officer of BLI, clients and non-clients alike long to know what perfect blend...

12 Days of Holiday Health

At BLI, we get the opportunity to work alongside and collaborate with some of the coolest people you’ll ever meet! Whether they are a practicing clinician, motivated researcher, innovative entrepreneur, or passionate educator, the people we work with share our passion for changing lives and making...

Plasmalogens

 - - Plasmalogens are a vital lipid in the body. They are a specialized phospholipid found in all human tissue that is quite prevalent in the brain, heart, lungs, eyes, and kidneys. Plasmalogens are important to the process of neurotransmission. They are also essential to other functions that...

Sympathetic Response and Impacts on Gut Health

Chronic gastrointestinal issues can be troubling for any adult. Diet alterations and certain types of cleanses can help. What if the issues continue to arise after an otherwise clean bill of health? It is often forgotten that the nervous system, specifically the autonomic nervous system, regulates...

Do Hormones Cause Cancer?

One of the most dangerous misconceptions in healthcare remains the thought that hormone therapy is a direct cause of cancer. This topic becomes especially intense when discussing breast cancer and postmenopausal hormone replacement therapies (HRT). The biggest question we get about hormone...

Best Breast Cancer Screening Tools

The cure rate for breast cancer is drastically improved when a cancer diagnosis is received earlier. This makes screening for the disease, which represents 30% of all new female cancers each year, a vital weapon in the fight against breast cancer. Much research has been dedicated to the disease...

Sleep, Mood, and PTSD – The Role of REM on Our Emotions

The alarm goes off. You slap down at your phone. As your feet hit the floor, you realize it feels like a bad day already. We know that sleep impacts our mood. If we sleep poorly, endure a 2:00 am fire alarm, or wake up unexpectedly early, the day seems like a slog. We feel irritable and anxious....

The VivaMayr Experience

When Dr. Elizabeth Yurth, Co-Founder and Chief Medical Officer of Boulder Longevity Institute, says there are therapies she would have never imagined, you know the place is groundbreaking.  Funny enough, these groundbreaking therapies are rooted in a philosophy that is over 100 years old. The...

At What Age Should We Start Thinking about Longevity?

“Aging is a reality of the living.” What a thought-provoking statement by Dr. Elizabeth Yurth, co-founder and medical director of the Boulder Longevity Institute. We often consider the process of aging as we pass certain upper milestones of age - is it 40? Is it 50? Is 60 the new 30? Shifting the...

Zombie Cells

Did you know that there are actually zombies in real life!? Not that long ago, back in 2019, some scientists from British Columbia made a very eerie discovery in the Ecuadorian Amazon. They found that there was a new species of wasps that could actually manipulate spiders and turn them into...

Alcohol Trends To Consider

The holiday season fades away ever so slightly and the quick burst of Valentine’s Day energy climbs back into its hiding place for another year. Another party season lurks just around the corner.  March is an oft-forgotten month that is jam-packed with celebrations. St. Patrick’s Day, Mardis Gras,...

Measuring Heart Health

The heart being such a vital organ is integrated into overall health in so many ways that it both affects and is affected by other systems. As a result, there is a lot that can be done in order to assess and manage heart health. In general, “heart health” goes beyond just the heart itself. This...

Get Cold To Get Healthy

It’s coming to be that time of year when our instinct is to bundle up—But maybe we shouldn’t! Cold shock therapy has been studied for many years and has shown numerous benefits correlated with general health and longevity. Cold exposure has been shown to improve immune response, increase dopamine,...

Why We’re Different: Better Medicine

Boulder Longevity Institute (BLI) was born out of the need to practice better medicine. It often takes years for the latest science and research to make its way to clinical application, and BLI believes in bridging that gap by offering our clients the most cutting-edge, science-backed treatment...

Immune Health and Inflammation – Key Players in the Fight Against Aging

An infection invades your body. Cells become damaged. White blood cells respond to the scene, dispersing infection-fighting chemicals into your blood and tissue. Pain, swelling, and/or redness may ensue but if all goes to plan, the infection is thwarted.  This process is representative of the...

Give the Gift of Health This Holiday Season

In celebration of the upcoming holiday season, here are a few of Dr. Yurth's favorite things to inspire you to give the gift of health this year! Each item has been discovered organically either through Dr.Yurth's own research or that of our team. We genuinely believe in the products based on...

Regenerative Treatment Options for Common Disabilities Facing Veterans

At Boulder Longevity Institute, we have veterans on our team and in our BLI Family, so veterans’ health is a cause close to our heart. Unfortunately, the current care options available to most vets are not sufficient enough to address many of the underlying issues leading to common health...

How Does Thanksgiving Turkey Affect Your Brain?

The dishes are all washed and football is on the television. You prop your feet up on the coffee table (which you’ve been warned not to do) and suddenly your eyes feel too heavy to hold open. “It must be all the turkey,” you mumble to yourself as you drift off for one of the best naps of the year....

Novel Ways to Reset Sleep Rhythms

The importance of sleep is not a new concept. Yet, despite the loads of research and increasingly pervasive narrative emphasizing sleep’s role in healing, brain health, performance, immune function, and just about every aspect of health, many of us still suffer from inadequate and poor sleep. For...

Get Back In Rhythm

Restore Your Body and Brain’s Natural Clock What are circadian rhythms? Our bodies are designed around a circadian clock. There is a time, controlled largely by genetics and hormones, that our bodies are designed to do things at their best. This daily rhythmic activity cycle, based on 24-hour...

BLI Family of Services

At Boulder Longevity Institute (BLI), our mission is to help you take back control of your health. We believe people deserve to feel empowered managing their health, and when you truly understand the science and research behind why you are doing something, you will be more successful in reaching...

Dr. Yurth Shares Insights Into The Role of Hormones to Your Athletic Performance

Dr. Yurth recently spent the weekend in LA with several other faculty members of Seeds Scientific Research & Performance (SSRP) to record a new mastery course for physicians on hormones. With her extensive background in orthopedics and treating athletes, she lectured on the role of hormones...

Is Preventing Osteoarthritis Possible?

Do you or someone you know suffer from osteoarthritis? If you’ve got the starting stages of arthritis in the joints of your hands, knees, hips, or fingers, you will want to listen to this information. There are many therapies that can be extremely helpful in reducing inflammation and degradation...

Save Your Joints, Hormones & Injuries, Regenerative Medicine and Osteoarthritis

Dr. Yurth sits down with Hack My Age podcast host, Zora Benhamou, to discuss the root cause of all diseases including osteoarthritis and what we need to know about regenerative medicine before considering surgery for our knees, hips and shoulders. Yes, there are many non-surgical non- or...

How Nutrition Can Restore Normal Circadian Rhythms

Nutrition is such an important part of our health, and following a healthy diet affects so many parts of your body. 100 years ago, John Lubbock basically said health is much more dependent on our habits and nutrition than on medicine, and that's very true. There is no medicine that's going to fix...

Dr. Yurth- The Fountain of Cellular Youth & Peptides

Dr. Yurth joins Shannon Sagawe from The Wealth Alchemist and host of the Shot Caller, in a two-part series to discuss health and longevity. In Episode 1, Dr. Yurth encapsulates the topic of increasing longevity into bite size and digestible-pun intended- information. You will walk away with an...

SSRP and AFA Collaborate to Raise Significant Funds to Support Alzheimer’s Research

The Seeds Scientific Research and Performance Institute hosted a day-long seminar featuring experts in nearly every facet of modern medicine with a focus on Alzheimer’s disease research.  Importantly, the seminar was dedicated to raising funds to benefit the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America...

Think That Knee Replacement is Inevitable? Think Again. Osteoarthritis with Expert Dr. Yurth

Sandy K Nutrition hosts a healthy living podcast to talk about health and longevity for your 40’s, 50’s and beyond. Live your best life for your next 40. Dr. Elizabeth Yurth is changing this narrative and helping those with osteoarthritis and chronic pain in ways the majority of these physicians...

How Hormones Affect Your Overall Health

When do you think you need to start worrying about hormones? It’s never too early or too late to start taking control of your health, and hormones play a major role.  Most of the time hormones aren't thought of until you get older and symptoms start to appear that affect your quality of life....

New QuickCourse Available from BLI’s Human Optimization Academy

Moving from passenger to pilot on your journey to optimal health is not always easy, and lingering questions like these are sometimes overwhelming: I’ve researched online and I’m making changes, but am I doing the right things? Is is too early or too late to make a difference? I’m busy and don’t...

Osteoarthritis with Dr Elizabeth Yurth – Peptides, Treatments & Prevention

As Dr Yurth says:  Osteoarthritis is not a “you’ve run too many miles” problem - it is a disease process that may be avoided altogether if caught early enough and treated if addressed properly. Dr. Yurth and Biohacking Superhuman Performance's host Nathalie Niddam explore the many...

Dr. Yurth Transitions to Full Time at BLI

A new journey begins for me as I transition from splitting my time between my orthopedic practice and BLI, to a full-time Medical Director role at BLI.   As most of you know, I founded BLI over fourteen years ago as a place to explore the evolving frontiers of...

The Antioxidant Myth, Losing Fat and Building Muscle with Novel Peptides with Dr. Elizabeth Yurth

Biohacking Superhuman Performance’s Nathalie Niddam   Click here to Listen Now! Dr. Yurth and Nathalie talk about the common, and yet complex issue of building muscle and losing fat mass.  As so many people have discovered, this is often nowhere nearly as simple as we...

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Dr. Yurth & The Hormone Hacker – Boosting Joint Mobility

In this episode of the Hormone Hacker Podcast by Balance My Hormones, Dr. Yurth clears up misconceptions about "normal" wear and tear on your joints over time, and what we can do about it now. Watch the full episode below, and be sure to check out the related shorts!...

Michele Hughes & Dr. Yurth – Ageless and Timeless Podcast

Dr. Yurth sits with Michele Hughes of the Ageless and Timeless podcast to discuss the use of peptides for athlete recovery, titanium hardware for fracture repair, cellular aging, hormone therapy, and more. Watch and listen below!...

Dr. Yurth on Wellness Mama Podcast #674 – Peptides, Longevity, Aging Backward and Defeating Joint Pain

Dr. Yurth joined Katie Wells of Wellness Mama on a recent podcast episode to discuss problems with the medical establishment and how to take control of your health, and options for managing joint pain, peptides, the thymus gland, and more. Listen below!...

Introducing The BLI Glossary

The Newest Longevity Resource Is Available At Your Fingertips Have you ever been in a group conversation and someone starts referring to an inside joke, singling you out as uninvolved? Despite your best efforts, it is impossible to inject yourself into the moment. The...

Getting Strong to Save Your Life

Featuring Dr. Elizabeth Yurth, Boulder Longevity Institute & Lacy Puttuck, Dominate Your Game   Individuals who are generally inactive lose as much as three to five percent of their muscle mass for each decade that passes once they turn 30 years of age. In...

Dr. Yurth & Modern Healthspan: Aging, Peptides, Autophagy, & More

Join us for an enlightening interview series with Dr. Yurth, an esteemed expert in longevity medicine and the founder of Boulder Longevity Institute. These thought-provoking interviews with Modern Healthspan provide a wealth of knowledge, offering a glimpse into...

Pushing the Limits Podcast: Longevity Supplements, Peptides and More with Dr Elizabeth Yurth

In this episode of Lisa Tamati's podcast, our own cellular health expert, longevity specialist, and orthopedic surgeon Dr. Elizabeth Yurth shares insights on supplements that are beneficial for overall health and longevity. While Dr. Yurth's personal supplement...

Myths About Women’s Hormone Therapy (1/2) – OldGuyTalksToMe Ep. 163

Dr. Yurth sat down with Dr. Orest to discuss women's hormone therapy and how it's often misunderstood. There are a lot of myths and unchecked facts out there that can confuse women who are considering this treatment. But the truth is, hormone therapy can be a safe and...

Dr. Yurth on Flow Research Collective Radio – Peptides: The Future of Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine

Dr. Yurth sat down with Flow Research Collective to discuss new anti-aging techniques with Peptides. Listen & watch the clips here!

Interrupting the Aging Cascade (Dr. Yurth featured on Longevity.Technology)

Longevity.Technology recently sat down with Dr. Yurth to discuss her reasoning and recent endeavors behind pursuing aging as a disease.

Breakthroughs at the Tipping Point: The Future of Health, Medicine, Aging, and Longevity

Breakthroughs at the Tipping Point: The Future of Health, Medicine, Aging, and Longevity A Recap of the Presentation by Ken Dychtwald, PhDWorld Congress on Anti-Aging Medicine 2022 (Las Vegas, NV)   Dr. Ken Dychtwald is a psychologist, gerontologist, and author...

Podcast: Mitochondria 101, Why We Are Sick and Tired in Midlife with Dr. Yurth & Hack My Age

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m4IJTm8TUWw Dr. Yurth sits in again with Zora of Hack My Age to discuss how mitochondria play a role in disease & even prevention. Listen via the links below or check out these clips for highlights! Be sure to check out more from...

Spermidine: What It Is & How It Can Help Your Mental & Brain Health with Dr. Caroline Leaf

In this podcast Dr. Elizabeth Yurth, founder and chief medical officer of the Boulder Longevity Institute talks with Dr. Caroline Leaf about cellular medicine, how we can heal our mental and physical health, the importance of cell renewal, why Dr. Elizabeth is a fan...

SSRP Peptide World Congress 2022

Watch on YouTube October 21-22, 2022 - We loved attending the 2022 Peptide World Congress by Seeds Scientific Research & Performance (SSRP). We learned so much, and we're already busy bringing this newest research to you. Watch attendees talk about what they...

Monitoring Menopause & Understanding Your Hormones with Dr. Yurth and Hack My Age

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5cbaIeUZnco In this clip, Dr. Yurth shares her secrets to longevity upon reflecting the hundreds of patients she has treated and many anti-aging conferences attended around the world. Be sure to catch the full episode and listen as Dr....

Featured on OldGuyTalksToMe Podcast #136: Longevity with Elizabeth Yurth, MD

Listen in as Orest of the OldGuyTalksToMe Podcast and Dr. Yurth discuss longevity and how she helps her patients get a long and healthy life. Use the player above or check out these links below to your favorite streaming service or more information!

Dr. Yurth sits in with Carl Lanore of Superhuman Radio to discuss stem cells role in arthritis

Osteoarthritis has more to do with inflammation than mechanical loading. Obesity is a driver of chronic inflammation and the severely obese and inflamed develop osteoarthritis in non-load-bearing joints like fingers and the cervical spine as an example. Stem cell...

Understanding the Role of Inflammation to Combat Arthritis with Dr Elizabeth Yurth – Pushing the Limits Podcast with Lisa Tamati

Arthritis is a severe disease that's uncomfortable at best and debilitating at worst. It is a leading cause of disability worldwide. Most people think that arthritis only happens to the elderly, but it can affect anyone. It is a disease that begins in your 20s or...

What is Spermidine & Why Should you care about it? – The Eden Magazine

Dr. Yurth authored this article on Eden Magazine about Spermidine and how it relates to your foundational health Read full article

Guest Article: Supporting Skin Health: Reversing the Decline of Spermidine

Dr. Yurth authored an article featured on Dermascope breaking down autophagy and spermidine's history and role in controlling it. Read Article

Women in Wellness – An Interview with Candice Georgiadis

Candice Georgiadis of Authority Magazine interviewed Dr. Yurth about the five lifestyle tweaks that will help support people’s journey towards better wellbeing. Read the Full Article Here

IG Live Replay: Interview with Chef Serena Poon

Dr. Yurth joined Chef Serena Poon on IG Live to discuss joint & back pain, misconceptions about arthritis and old age, how to truly heal your injuries, clean bad cells out of your body, and much more. Watch the full interview here on YouTube or below!...

Featured in “How to Reverse High Blood Pressure, Say Experts” by Eat This, Not That

Dr. Yurth was featured in this article, referring to how high blood pressure is the "silent killer" and what to do about it. Read Article on Eat This, Not That

September 10-12, 2021: Lectured at SSRP Peptide World Congress

See Peptide World Congress Speakers   Lecture Title: Immune System Modulation: The Key To Anti-Aging & Disease  Lecture Title: The Most Effective Treatments for Neurogenic Pain and How To Apply It For the Best Results

September 17-19, 2021: Spoke at Dave Asprey’s 7th Annual Biohacking Conference

Learn More About the Conference Read Press Release from SpermidineLife

Roll with the Punches Podcast: Dr. Elizabeth Yurth – Supps, Fat Loss & Brain Optimisation

Well given it’s that time of year when many of us may be inevitably thinking ‘Oh, I really need to lose that extra kilo or two’ I’ve brought back the brilliant Dr. Elizabeth Yurth from Boulder Longevity Institute to speak about fat loss from a scientific perspective....

The Optimization Academy with Dr. Greg Jones Part 1 & 2

Fit and Functional After Forty with Dr. Elizabeth Yurth on The Optimization Academy with Dr. Greg Jones. In part 1 of our discussion, we cover the importance of maintaining functional strength and hormone optimization in our 40s and beyond including why maintaining...

The Root Cause Medicine Podcast: Hormonal Imbalances with Dr. Elizabeth Yurth

In this episode of The Root Cause Medicine Podcast, Dr. Anthony Crifase is joined by Dr. Elizabeth Yurth, Founder and Medical Director of the Boulder Longevity Institute. They discuss the most common root issues linked with hormone imbalances in women, reasons, and...

Longevity Quest feat. Dr. Elizabeth Yurth incl. tips to live Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger & Longer

“Maybe 17 years ago, as I was doing orthopaedics, I just started to feel like ‘oh my god, these people, much like myself with my injuries, never really get better’ right? You kind of get them sort of better – you have a broken leg, you can fix a broken leg and come...

Manage Menopause, HRT & Understand Hormones At 50+

Dr. Yurth sits down with Hack My Age podcast host, Zora Benhamou, to discuss how to manage menopause, HRT, and better understand your hormones at 50+. This podcast was recorded with a live audience as Dr. Yurth does a deep dive on hormones including how they impact...

Advanced Fat Loss With Peptides

Strategies to tackle stubborn fat loss, how the immune system gets involved, and more!   In this week’s episode, Dr Elizabeth Yurth is back on the Biohacking Superhuman Performance podcast with Nathalie Niddam, talking about fat loss in particular for stubborn...

Save Your Joints, Hormones & Injuries, Regenerative Medicine and Osteoarthritis

Dr. Yurth sits down with Hack My Age podcast host, Zora Benhamou, to discuss the root cause of all diseases including osteoarthritis and what we need to know about regenerative medicine before considering surgery for our knees, hips and shoulders. Yes, there are many...

Dr. Yurth- The Fountain of Cellular Youth & Peptides

Dr. Yurth joins Shannon Sagawe from The Wealth Alchemist and host of the Shot Caller, in a two-part series to discuss health and longevity. In Episode 1, Dr. Yurth encapsulates the topic of increasing longevity into bite size and digestible-pun intended- information....

Think That Knee Replacement is Inevitable? Think Again. Osteoarthritis with Expert Dr. Yurth

Sandy K Nutrition hosts a healthy living podcast to talk about health and longevity for your 40’s, 50’s and beyond. Live your best life for your next 40. Dr. Elizabeth Yurth is changing this narrative and helping those with osteoarthritis and chronic pain in ways the...

Dr. Yurth Chats with Performance Coach and Champion Boxer

Roll with the Punches host, Tiffanee Cook, comments after sitting down with Dr. Yurth:  "This conversation for me was nothing short of fascinating as we covered recovery, hormones, the dark side of the contraceptive pill, peptides and generally what is available to us...

Rethinking the Function of Mitochondria for Our Health with Dr Elizabeth Yurth

As the powerhouse of the cell, mitochondria are associated with producing energy. However, studies regarding the function of mitochondria suggest that it does way more than powering the cell. In this episode, Dr Elizabeth Yurth discusses the function of the...

Master Your Hormones for Vitality & Longevity with 3 Leaders

In this episode of Biohacking Superhuman Performance, Nathalie Niddam talks with three powerhouses in regenerative and functional medicine: Dr. Elizabeth Yurth, Dr. Erika Schwartz, and Dr. Suzanne Turner.  It's a jam pack session of insights on women’s hormones...

Discussing Healthspan vs Lifespan with Craig Harper

Dr. Yurth is passionate about empowering people to live in a healthy, functional, high-performance state for as long as possible. These days, her primary focus is around functional medicine, regenerative medicine, integrative medicine and of course, longevity. During...

How To Live A Long And Healthy Life

In this podcast Dr. Yurth talks with My Home Vitality about simple, scientifically proven, methods that anyone can use to improve their health and live longer. A few highlights: Start with getting your immune system healthier! Everything starts to fail after immune...

Super Human Radio – The PEPTalk: Peptides for Women

Dr. Elizabeth Yurth, MD - Dr. Suzanne Turner, MD - Dr. Erika Schwartz, MD Women are different than men when it comes to hormones and the complexity of their bodies. Peptides and dosing are different for woman than men. Every woman is different on top of that. We...

Osteoarthritis with Dr Elizabeth Yurth – Peptides, Treatments & Prevention

As Dr Yurth says:  Osteoarthritis is not a “you’ve run too many miles” problem - it is a disease process that may be avoided altogether if caught early enough and treated if addressed properly. Dr. Yurth and Biohacking Superhuman Performance's host...

Dr. Elizabeth Yurth Attends SSRP Injection Mastery Workshop and Mastermind Orlando

The Seeds Scientific Research and Performance Institute (SSRP) was founded by Dr. William Seeds, a renowned surgeon and a premier leader in the world of peptide research. SSRP boasts a roster of top-flight medical researchers whose like-minded dedication to learning...

Back to Basics: Slow Down Ageing and Promote Longevity with Dr Elizabeth Yurth

Pushing the Limits Podcast with Professional Ultra Endurance athlete, book author, speaker and coach Lisa Tamati We all want good health and a long life. That's why we subscribe to health fads that offer promising benefits to our bodies. But, for this same reason, we...

Press Release: Dr. Yurth Transitions to Full-Time Practice at Boulder Longevity Institute

Accepting New Patients for Regenerative Orthopedic and Functional Medicine Services BOULDER, Colorado, Feb. 1, 2021 – Boulder Longevity Institute (BLI) today announced that Elizabeth Yurth, MD, who has been serving the Boulder orthopedic community for 27 years, has...

The Antioxidant Myth, Losing Fat and Building Muscle with Novel Peptides with Dr. Elizabeth Yurth

Biohacking Superhuman Performance’s Nathalie Niddam   Click here to Listen Now! Dr. Yurth and Nathalie talk about the common, and yet complex issue of building muscle and losing fat mass.  As so many people have discovered, this is often...

3/6/20 SHR # 2480 : Continuing Education Series: Hitting The Right Targets of Biologic Aging

The concept of measuring the difference between chronologic and biologic aging is a new phenomenon. First it was telomere length, but that hasn’t proven to be accurate. Many new metrics have since followed. Few have panned out to be accurate as we dive deeper. Often...

2/7/20 SHR # 2466 :Treating Major Depressive Disorder With peptides

The #1 reason people contact me about peptides is asking if there are any that can treat depression. Now I can say yes. . Treating depression is not only difficult, but often doesn’t work at all. Up to 30% of those prescribed SSRI’s say they didn’t work. Ever notice...

2/5/20 Women’s Health Optimization Roundtable Discussion

Join Dr Elizabeth Yurth Dr Erika Schwartz, Monica Campbell and Dr Suzanne Ferree Turner for an Amazing Roundtable Discussion for Women by Women in regards to Female Optimization! https://www.facebook.com/JayCCampbell333/videos/2752728734819528/

1/17/20 SHR # 2455 : Cibinetide (ARA 290) This Groundbreaking Peptide Can Treat Neuropathy, Neuralgia & Fibromyalgia

The National Institute of Health estimates over 20 million people suffer from peripheral neuropathy. They also acknowledge that this number may be highly under-represented since there a other forms of neuropathy that don’t cause pain. Add to that only recently it was...

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