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Improve VO2 Max with the Superhuman Protocol
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“Simply bringing your VO2 Max from ‘low’ to ‘below average’ is associated with a 50% reduction in all-cause mortality.”

Peter Attia, MD

New York Times Best Selling Author

Analyze 23 Biomarkers in 10 minutes.
No Labs Required.

Comprehensive Lung, Heart, and Cellular Metabolic Testing with Personalized Programming.

Da Vinci and PNOE have partnered to create something unique and special for Superhuman Protocol Clinics: The SUPERHUMAN PROTOCOL report. In this report, a user will receive a customized prescription on how to use MAGNETISM, OXYGEN and LIGHT
based on that person’s specific health requirements and metabolism.​

Created in labs in Stanford, MIT, and Cambridge, PNOE is a diagnostic tool and program
that proves the efficacy of Superhuman Protocol.

PNOE uses breath to quickly and accurately determine someone’s heart, lung, brain, cell
posture health including 23 biomarkers that are all tied and affected by the 3 modalities of Superhuman Protocol and biological age...all in real time.

The breath test generates a customized Superhuman Protocol report to help sell your modalities for you. This allows you to prescribe specific exercise programs, nutritional plans and biohacking protocols using real data.

Dr. Andrew Hanson in Denver CO, and avid user of Superhuman Protocol (SHP) measured his health journey for 90 days, testing himself with PNOE at both start and finish. What he found was astounding. After 90 days of using SHP as prescribed by PNOE, he was able to reduce his bio-age by 7 years proving SHP is truly a TIME MACHINE!

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Clinics that incorporate PNOE into their businesses alongside Superhuman Protocol stand to attract and retain more clients and significantly increase their revenue potential.


• VO2peak: Maximum volume of oxygen consumed

• VCO2: Volume of carbon dioxide produced
• Respiratory Exchange Ratio (RER): Ratio of carbon dioxide volume produced over oxygen volume consumed.
• Tidal Volume (VT): Volume of air exhaled in one breath.
• Breathing Frequency (BF): Number of breaths completed in one minute.
• Minute Ventilation (VE): The air volume is exhaled in one minute.
• VE/VCO2: Ratio of minute ventilation over carbon dioxide volume produced.
• O2pulse: Ratio of oxygen volume consumed over heart rate.
• VO2/BF: Ration of oxygen volume consumed over breathing frequency.
• End-tidal CO2 (FetCO2): The highest concentration of carbon dioxide achieved during exhalation.
• End-tidal O2 (FetO2): The highest oxygen concentration achieved during inhalation.
• Fraction of expired CO2 (FeCO2): Average carbon dioxide concentration in one exhalation.
• Fraction of expired O2 (FeO2): Average oxygen concentration in one exhalation.

• Heart rate: Number of heartbeats per minute.
• Heart Rate Variability (HRV): The time variability between heartbeats.
• Forced Expired Volume (FVC): The maximum air volume exhaled at rest during the most prolonged exhalation possible.
• Caloric burn: Number of calories burned per minute.
• Fat oxidation: Grams and calories of fat burned per minute.
• Carbohydrate oxidation: Grams and calories of carbohydrate burned per minute.

• Mechanical Efficiency: Ratio of mechanical power over calorie burn per second.
• Crossover point: The heart rate at which carbohydrate and fat oxidation reach the same level.
• Aerobic Threshold or First Ventilatory Threshold (VT1): The heart rate at which fatigue accumulation begins at a sustainable rate for the body.
• Anaerobic Threshold of Second Ventilatory Threshold (VT2): The heart rate at which fatigue accumulation begins at an unsustainable rate for the body.

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