Chris Hemsworth has been famous for his role as the god Thor in Marvel Cinematic Universe movies. His recent role on the Disney+ docuseries Limitless has raised questions among fans about his health. However, he doesn’t have diabetes.
While starring in Limitless, Chris learned that he has a higher than average risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. The APOE4 gene, which he carries two copies of, has been linked to an increased risk of Alzheimer’s.
After learning about his genetic propensity for the disease, Chris took some time off from acting. Instead, he is focused on family and health.
The CDC recommends a healthy lifestyle that includes managing weight and quitting smoking. It also advises staying active and watching for underlying health conditions. There is no evidence that extreme stunts are associated with a longer lifespan.
Hemsworth also emphasized the importance of sleep and stress management, as well as nutrition and fitness. In fact, he undertook a four-day fast, which allowed him to tap into his body’s resources.
Ultimately, though, the information provided by the show didn’t change his mind about his lifestyle. He still wants to live a long, healthy life for his family, and has begun to share workouts and information about how to do so.
Chris has a strong personality and is very fit. He is also very vocal about making changes to his diet. He has also shared his own experiences with extreme challenges. He hopes that his new documentary will encourage people to take better care of themselves.