Erectile Dysfunction Is Affecting More Men Than Ever. We're Here to Help.

By Gil Blander, PhD Dec 07, 2017

We all know how the commercials go: 1) a pair of bathtubs face the sunset (which we have so many questions about), 2) a deep voice-over warns us about erectile dysfunction’s ability to ruin the perfect moment, 3) you pray that you won’t end up a slave to the blue pill. But you don’t have to be a silver fox like the ones on TV to suffer from erectile dysfunction (ED). In fact, it’s more common in younger men than you’d expect.

A study from 2013 found that 1-in-4 men seeking treatment for ED were under the age of 40.1 We're guessing you don’t want to be on the wrong side of that statistic, so keep reading – we’ve gathered some valuable information about how to avoid and/or counteract its onset.

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Your Nutrition Coach of the Future is Here

By Gil Blander, PhD Jun 02, 2017

InsideTracker users are telling us they have big goals. So, they were our inspiration for making some big updates to the InsideTracker platform. We're throwing coaching, A.I., algorithms, and everything we have to help them reach their goals.

Here is a hit list of the improvements, and more importantly, why they matter…

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Quick Tips for Finding Your Existing Blood Test Data

By Gil Blander, PhD Mar 19, 2017

 

 
Here's a common question we hear from people when they're trying to decide which InsideTracker plan to select: "I know I already have blood test results from my doctor and I want to use them, but how do I access them?" Navigating the world of medical records can seem a daunting task at first, but it is actually quite simple.

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Your Dashboard: A Guide to Success

By Gil Blander, PhD Apr 22, 2016

Here at InsideTracker, our goal is to put you in control of your health, wellness, and performance by giving you detailed information about yourself from the inside out. After all, #KnowledgeIsPower.

But for some people, it might be too much information, too complex, and too hard to extract the key takeaways - exactly what you need to know to reach your goals.

No worries! We've added a decision support tool that helps you find the 5 things to do out of 10,000 possibilities, that will help you reach your goals. In less than 5 minutes, you'll be on your way to total body optimization. Amazing, isn't it? We call it the InsideTracker Dashboard.

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Science of Romance: Hugs, Hormones & Heart Health

By Gil Blander, PhD Feb 12, 2016


February 14th is around the corner and whether it means a box of chocolates or just another Sunday, science has long proven that love is good for your body. While a romantic dinner on Valentine’s Day may add a temporary spark to a relationship, it turns out that living every day with the right partner can both extend your lifespan and improve your health.

How is your health affected by the quality of your relationship? Does that feel-good feeling you get when a partner embraces you also boost your biomarkers? As usual, science has the answers.

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Focus Foods - Artificial Intelligence coming to your plate

By Gil Blander, PhD Jan 29, 2015

We are bringing intelligence, the artificial, machine learning kind, to a plate near you, and hopefully to your plate after you read this article. Our InnerAge users are provided with personalized Focus Foods; they are algorithm-picked, real food options based on your internal biochemistry. Their goal? Turn the current you into the optimized you. Focus Foods have five benefits that are different from what you’ve seen or heard from your favorite nutrition celebrity or magazine. Each benefit was designed and developed by our nutrition and science experts to provoke change by making nutrition orders of magnitude smarter. Our expert nerds have done the tedious, detailed, tough science so you don’t have to.

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InnerAge: How One Simple Number Ignites the Change You Need

By Gil Blander, PhD Jan 14, 2015

My name is Gil Blander and I am the co-founder and Chief Scientific Officer of InsideTracker, the company behind InnerAge. My scientific journey started at the age of 12, when one of my close relatives passed away,  triggering my thirst and quest for knowledge of how our body ages. While I knew I couldn’t stop the clock, I wanted to at least slow it down and give people the knowledge required to delay the aging process and improve their health and quality of life as a result. I decided to commit my life to science, and aging research in particular.

I graduated from the Weizmann Institute of Science with a PhD in the biology of aging, and later became a postdoctoral scholar at MIT in Lenny Guarente’s Laboratory for the Science of Aging. I wanted to do more than study methods on how to slow the aging process; I wanted to decisively apply scientific knowledge and help everyone live life to its full potential. In 2009, InsideTracker was born. Our talented team of scientists decided to develop a new, one-of-a-kind science-based platform that could make the future of personalized health analytics happen now. Objective, rich, scientific data at the service of the individual to support truly tailored decision making. 

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Fueling the Athlete: Bones, Blood, and Biomarkers

By Gil Blander, PhD Oct 31, 2014

On the eve of Halloween, we witnessed season-ending injuries for many teams in the NBA. Injuries often prompt players themselves to come to InsideTracker and get tested with our Ultimate panel. Two years ago when we were testing professional baseball and Superbowl-bound players, we thought that organizations would be driving changes in elite sport. We were wrong: individual players and coaches are the ones taking initiative with personalized nutrition and monitoring. Being in the heart of Cambridge, Massachusetts we expected a disruption, but not as fast as we are seeing it. Private coaches are fast taking advantage of our new InsideTrackerPro system to manage and monitor the internal biochemistry of their teams.

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Fueling the NBA: It’s the Advice, not the Device

By Gil Blander, PhD Oct 22, 2014

The many, fulfilling years we at InsideTracker have spent working with elite athletes and coaches have led us to redefine our focus from the “device” to the “advice.” It is not about the latest gadget that we can get our hands on, but it’s about how we use the advice from it to initiate change, both for teams and for individuals. I was very pleased to see a recent article on biometric testing on the ESPN website, but blood analysis is no longer about interpretation; rather, it’s about the actual interventions behind it.

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Re-testing Guidelines: What You Need to Know

By Gil Blander, PhD Sep 24, 2014

A popular question that InsideTracker users ask is when to re-test. We see testing frequency as a spectrum, ranging from the elite athlete, where even slightly outside-of-optimal results can mean the difference between a win and loss, to the casual InsideTracker user who only needs a check in now and then. Regardless of where you stand, we generally recommend re-testing 3 to 4 times per year. Another part of the re-testing process is the decision around which panel is most appropriate, and whether up- or downgrading is advised. Our experience working with teams, businesses, and individual consumers drives what we recommend for re-testing. 

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