“When looking at a blood test for example, doctors are looking at how close are you to death and if you’re far enough away then you’re fine. We look at how close you are to optimal health,” he says.
“It increases ATP energy production and that’s a huge factor in the body’s ability to heal. For example my eyesight was deteriorating to the point that I was having to wear glasses to drive. Using red light and some other supplements, it’s saved my eyesight.
“Red Light Rising are the only home-based red light device company that I recommend and that’s because they measure the output of their devices. Too much or too little red light can be problematic so it’s important to know what you’re getting.”
“The studies show it increases your muscular capacity for work. For me, that’s something I’ve noticed straight away and it’s particularly good when going through intense training bouts.”
“There is a huge gap in the market between health and fitness on the one hand and medicine on the other. Preventative health is the real wild west at the moment. It’s emerging and there are no real qualifications within it, which means people can be cornered into different specialities where experts are telling them half-truths to sell them a solution. You can’t specialise in everything, but you can be a specialist of the human experience and that’s what I’m trying to achieve.”