Zora Benhamou is a gerontologist, podcaster, and biohacker on a mission to challenge many health paradigms about women over 50 with her online content and living example proving that life can get better with age She is an international speaker on aging and longevity, specializing in relieving fatigue in peri- and post-menopausal women.
Zora is 52 years old and in constant movement around the world in search of cultural insights about health and aging. She is a digital nomad, traveled to over 50 countries, lived in 8, and speaks 6 languages. She founded the website HackMyAge.com, the Hack My Age podcast, and is the author of the Longevity Master Plan and cookbook Eating For Longevity.
Zora received a Master of Gerontology at the prestigious University of Southern California and a BA at the University of California, Los Angeles. She is a certified sports nutrition coach, completed the Menopause for Athletes program by Dr. Stacy Sims, and is a certified Oxygen Advantage Advanced Instructor on breathwork.