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 have time to make a big commitment.  What is simple and applies to me?

The amount of information out there is daunting, so where do I start?

I’ve been biohacking for years, but is there something that I’ve overlooked that can be a game changer?

Whether you’re just starting out or you’ve been biohacking for years, What to Fix First was created to answer these questions and to help you prioritize and develop habits that will extend your healthspan.   The What To Fix First QuickCourse is led by Dr. Yurth – a leading orthopedic, regenerative, and longevity expert who explains each step with ease and clarity.

This QuickCourse is offered for a limited time, exclusive introductory price of $29.95 (75% off original price of $119) and includes five video modules, guided content from Dr. Yurth, and bonus material to help supplement your course learning. Upon purchase of the QuickCourse, you’ll receive instant access to the curriculum with the ability to work at your own pace. 

The Human Optimization Academy is the educational arm of Boulder Longevity Institute (BLI) and is designed to bring the life-changing work of the BLI clinic to a broader audience. In addition to guided courses, the academy is a library full of vetted articles, clear videos, and other learning resources surrounding longevity, healthy aging, and human optimization. 

Click here to see the full press release on the What to Fix First QuickCourse and here to read about Dr. Yurth’s transition to Boulder Longevity Institute (BLI) full-time.

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