Intermittent Living is a method to trigger moderate, short-lived stress stimuli such as cold, heat, hunger, thirst, hypoxia, cognitive challenges or intensive exercise. In this way, our survival instinct is stimulated, which has otherwise been numbed by our modern sedentary lifestyle. By exposing our body and mind to these moderate stresses we re-boot our metabolism so that we become more vital again. Intermittent fasting increases stress tolerance whereas Intermittent Living makes people anti-fragile and innovative
During the length of the course participants will engage in theory lectures, clinical studies, practical applications of the theory, hikes on Inca trails and visits to archaeological complexes including a visit to Machu Picchu.The price includes Transportation to & from Cusco airport, all meals, shared accommodation, lectures, guided activities, hike to Machu Picchu, blood & urine samples.
The flight to Lima & onward flight to Cusco are not included.Some of the activities will incorporate use of the wellness facilities of the lodge, such as the sauna, cold onsen and geodesic dome. Massages and Spa therapies are not included.
Leo Pruimboom, PhD is a Dutch biochemist who has pioneered the development of Clinical Psycho-Neuro-Immunology (CPNI), a medical discipline that, based on scientific evidence, studies how different medical specialties such as neurology and endocrinology interact with the body’s immunological response and with an individual’s metabolism, playing a fundamental role in the health of the subject.
For more information on Dr Pruimboom and the Intermittent Living Programs, visit www.intermittentliving.com