You’ve heard of various coffee blends, well here are some ideas to make your own special “smart” blends for your favorite morning drink:Read More
Although we live in the 21st century with modern technology permeating every aspect of our lives, our bodies and brain structure haven’t changed significantly in hundreds of thousands of years.
While we have adapted to our modern tech-lifestyle intellectually, our biology has not. For 99.9% of the existence of humanity, our light has come from the sun, sunlight reflected off the surface of the moon, stars and fire. Our bodies have evolved based on a regular light cycle. This means light causes our body to produce certain regulatory hormones and darkness does the same.Read More
The most significant threat to your success in biohacking is your mindset. Like most things, biohacking requires commitment, patience and dedication. You probably took interest because you want to become healthier, lose weight, have more energy, live longer, etc. These are all worthy goals, but they are too generic to foster the mindset you will need.Read More
The way we position our bodies has an actual effect on our hormone balance. Amy Cuddy is one of the leading experts on body-language. Her studies have demonstrated that strong poses will increase testosterone and decrease cortisol. Conversely, there are weak body poses that actually reduce testosterone and increase cortisol.Read More
In part 2, we discussed adding gratitude as a habit into our lives. Creating habits and feeling gratitude are foundational practices to hone our mental attention. The ability to stay focused and increase our attention is one of the more challenging skills to master in our modern society. Our lives are filled with an ever increasing menu of distractions.Read More