Read out our biohacking blog articles to learn tips on how to optimize your cognitive and physical performance and get the most out of them.
Being tired after physical or mental exertion is normal. But being tired all the time, never having any energy, and needing coffee to function is not normal.Read More
If you are reading this, you probably already know about probiotics. These are live microorganisms, mostly bacteria and yeasts, that we can consume through food or probiotic supplements. Considering the immense benefits of probiotics, many of us have resorted to taking these beneficial microorganisms as supplements.Read More
The first signs of aging that you may encounter are fine lines and wrinkles, sagging skin, age spots, gray hair, aches and pain. It is never too late to begin taking care of your health and slow down aging skin.Read More
You’re likely familiar with the experience of a burning sensation in your chest and throat area after a meal. Perhaps it was a fatty steak or your favorite spicy dish. Then over the next 15 minutes to 2 hours, heartburn appeared.Read More
When introducing a new supplement, it can be difficult to tell whether you simply haven’t given it enough time or dosage or if it simply isn’t working for you. Probiotic…Read More
During this cold and flu season, you may be concerned about your risk of getting sick and ways to protect yourself and your family. Once you understand how the immune system works and what it needs to work well, you’ll be able to give it what it needs.Read More
The brain is the most important organ in your body. Not only is it important for cognitive function, but it also influences your hormones and organ functions. So, your brain health is essential for your overall health. We need to take care of our brain as much as we need to care for our bodies to live our lives to the fullest.
Yet, most people, even health enthusiasts, fail to take care of their brains. In this article, we’ll cover ways to improve your brain health and improve cognitive function.
Magnesium is an essential mineral that is involved in over 300 enzyme systems and basic processes. Most of the magnesium in your body is in your bones, teeth, and space…Read More
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These can also be broken down into two categories: digestive and systemic, based on whether they can be absorbed into the bloodstream.
This article will focus on digestive proteolytic enzymes and protein digestion. To learn more about the inflammation-balancing benefits of systemic proteolytic enzymes, check out our systemic enzymes article.Read More
Gut health is a trending topic because it affects all aspects of health. Also, the science about gut microbiota has significantly improved in the last few years since genomic technologies have made it possible to study the gut microbiome.Read More
This is the time of year when many of us are considering getting back to the gym and picking up more healthy habits. Among these, weight loss is a common health goal, so questions about weight loss supplements often come up.
In this article, we’ll discuss the different supplement categories that can support your weight loss goals.Read More
If you’ve ever taken a hot, relaxing bath before, chances are good you felt the beneficial effects. Your muscles loosened, your stress level decreased, and if you took it before…Read More