It is really important to us that you know a little about the people behind Open Health Tools.
We want you to be confident that we really stand by the statements and opinions presented on this site. We try to never give unsubstantiated opinions. Although we have a lot of experience with biohacking ourselves, personal experience can be very misleading. As such, we try to stick to what we see happening in robust clinical trials and meta-analyses.
But it’s still important that you know who we are, a little about our backgrounds, and what gives us a right to express our opinions on things like nootropics, natural biohacking, and longevity research.
Here is a brief profile on each of our main contributors.
Johan Theorin is one of our primary contributors. He started working on Open Health Tools shortly after completing his degree in biomedical science. As an avid cyclist, Johan Theorin is increasingly interested in ways to extend his athletic career and to avoid the joint problems that come with intensive resistance training.
Johan Theorin writes on a wide range of subjects, from longevity research to flexibility supplement MCT oil reviews. He is a passionate biohacker himself; he is continually experimenting with different methods to enhance his health and improve his performance. As a very active athlete, Johan Theorin is always looking for ways to protect his joints and give himself more years as a competitor. He uses MCT oils on a daily basis, and has lately been experimenting with probiotics. He reads voluminously about ways to extend his lifespan and enhance his performance as a cyclist, which has led him to become an expert on joint health, recovery, and cardiovascular performance.
Learn more about Johan Theorin.
You can reach Johan at email@example.com.
J. Rissanen, or just “Jay” to his friends, is an invaluable contributor to Open Health Tools. While he does little of the actual content creation (writing clearly and in plain English is not his strong suit), he does do most of the heavy lifting when it comes to the research that goes into the articles on this site.
Jay’s background is pure science. He holds a master’s degree in biochemistry, and he spent a long time working for a company specializing in the production of diagnostic kits for certain hereditary conditions. However, like with Mr. Theorin, Mr Rissanen found the world of industrial chemistry extremely boring, so he turned to consumer media instead. Driven by a desire to bring the fruits of biotechnological advances to the general public, Jay works tirelessly to synthesize the latest bio-hacking research, helping to distill it into a more easily digestible form.
Learn more about J. Rissanen.
You can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.