000 - Masters of Regeneration Origins with Tomas Reyes
In this episode, Tomas Reyes takes us through the origin of Masters of Regeneration. The story behind the lifestyle brand, the podcast, what he believes in, and a bit of his background.
Massive Transformative Purpose
“Aiming to upgrade the richness of the Homo Sapiens experience through the creation of personal evolutionary systems, reconnecting universal human patterns to living systems dynamics, and amplifying the impact of regenerative lifestyles on the well being of both humanity and the planet.”
Tomas is the narrator, producer and director of Beyond Food, a road-trip documentary on extraordinary health and personal empowerment that launched worldwide on-demand 7.17.17.
He is a Partner and Director of research & content creation for an action think tank focused on rethinking environmental health, food, regenerative practices in agriculture, food production, soil management, personalized/ anti-aging medicine, and ecological anthropology/human ecology.
Tomas speaks 5 languages fluently including Japanese and Brazilian Portuguese, and has a working command of Italian. He is an international award-winning artist, photographer, completed his masters degree in Multimedia Arts at Nihon University in Tokyo with a Japanese government scholarship granted to only 5 people per year, and holds an O1 visa for aliens with extraordinary abilities in the US. His work has been shown in Japan, Brazil, Colombia and the US, and now worldwide with the launch of his first feature documentary, Beyond Food.
Tomas grew up in Paris, lived in Bogota, Rio, Tokyo, NY, LA, and now lives on the road between Europe and The Americas.
Tomas spent 2013 and 2014 traveling the United States to interview some of the foremost experts in food and health to create Beyond Food, a picture of extraordinary health and personal empowerment featuring Dave Asprey, Mariel Hemingway, Laird Hamilton, Gabby Reece, Dr James Hardt, and many other fascinating characters.
Interests: Human and Planetary Health & Evolution, Happiness, Purpose, Pleasure, Meaning, Anti-aging Science, Biohacking, Ecological Anthropology, Travel, Fine Dining, Kaiseki, Scuba Diving, Tennis (Level 5.0), Spices, Food Cycles.