Detoxing from dogmatic dietitian education and attitudes for a mind wide open
But first, “you must unlearn what you have learned” YODA
Victor is legally blind due to a genetic disease called Retinitis Pigmentosa and was told he’d lose his eyesight by age 30. Not accepting his fate, he took matters into his own hands, and through the power of being a self-described citizen scientist, he did his own research into ancient wisdom and modern science to heal his eyesight.
Today he’s regained over 30% of his vision by learning to biohack his biology and turned his journey into a film.
More about Victor Mifsud
Victor Mifsud is a citizen scientist, motivational speaker, and documentary filmmaker. Victor is on a mission to supercharge his eyes, mind, body, and soul using new combinations of ancient wisdom and modern science. Victor is a DJ, an artist, a traveller, and a dreamer.
Victor is also legally blind. He has recently completed a feature-length documentary called My Neuroplastic Adventure.
He has worked with renowned National best-selling author & physician Dr. Gabor Maté; Canada Research Chair in Neurobiology of Motor Learning Director, Dr. Lara Boyd, and NY Times best-selling author Dr. Norman Doidge. He also met the remarkable David Webber, who’s been called The Blind Man Who Learned to See because he used neuroplasticity to heal his own eyes.
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