Posts tagged with "biohacking"

Biohacking · 31. March 2019
Stop listening to all the lies around you. A calorie is nor a calorie. Either your doctor doesn´t know better or is lying to you.
Prevention · 24. September 2018
It turns out, meditation is very effective in the treatment of depression, anxiety, and chronic pain...

Prevention · 13. September 2018
The mind concept is often one that evades us because we can't clearly see it. You can see movement, you can see breathing, but you can't see the mind. Yet the mind is partly made up of your thoughts...
Nutrition · 03. September 2018
The Ketogenic diet does not mean you live on bacon. It's a high-fat, low carbohydrate dietary pattern. The break down of the micronutrients is typically...

Nutrition · 31. August 2018
As we've seen fat may not be a villain, but what else? Should we be consuming more vitamins because we are not eating enough fruits and vegetables?
Biohacking · 27. August 2018
All of these studies showed either no effect on cholesterol when saturated fat was replaced with vegetable oils, or worse, showed that you were better off being on the control diet.

Biohacking · 21. August 2018
Our sensory system has several components. Mainly receptors that become activated by changes in the environment. The magnitude of sensation is related to the number of receptors activated. And the greater the stimulus, the more receptors become activated and the longer the effect. Non-painful stimuli cause what we call sensory adaptation, so you don't constantly feel your socks, for example. Whereas painful stimuli cause potentiation or sensitization, meaning the pain gets worse as it goes on
Biohacking · 18. August 2018
We're going to uncover what sleep is and explore the stages of sleep and the corresponding electrical activity in the brain. We will then dive into the intricacies of the neurobiology of sleep, what sleep does, what sleep deprivation leads to, and finally, what you can do to improve your sleep.

Biohacking · 15. August 2018
Meditation and its effects on the brain. Meditation is a popular term that has infiltrated every culture. Originally a practice started thousands of years ago in eastern cultures and the Buddhist religion, it was picked up by other world religions. But today, it's a secular practice.
Biohacking · 08. August 2018
We will weave our way through the history of nutrition research, learn some primers on nutrition and digestion, and then discuss how poor nutrition leads to disease in the body and the brain specifically. We'll then wrap up with a look at different diets that can help reverse this.