Weight Loss Stalls & Hacking Cortisol with Light
Published January 23, 2020
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    Weight Loss Stalls & Hacking Cortisol with Light

    Andy Mant is the founder and CEO of BLUblox, a company specializing in evidence based advanced light filtering eyewear. Andy started BLUblox after becoming dissatisfied with the quality and standards of blue light blocking glasses available and so set about to design lenses that match the evidence is the academic literature. Andy was born in the UK and moved to Australia in 2011. After moving and about 2 years after arriving Andy’s gained a lot of weight and become chronically fatigued and lacked energy. Dietary approaches only worked to a certain degree and after stumbling across light and health Andy forged a passion and niche understanding of all things light related to health. Today Andy is a leading figure in managing light to improve health and wellbeing.

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    400-550nm the light needed to be blocked 100% after sunset


    Breast milk study – Chrononutrition for Babies


    Blue light and leptin/ghrelin



    Sleep deprivation and Leptin


    Blue light and insulin resistance



    Sun Exposure and T2-D


    Blue light and skin


    Light and fat cells


    How to turn your iPhone red


    Light and health group link


    Study on increasing REM sleep with black out sleep mask (also shows cortisol and melatonin differences between control and study groups)https://www.sleepfoundation.org/articles/earplugs-and-eye-masks-help-promote-sleep

    Study on blue light increasing cortisol


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