Holy shiitake! It's a special biohacking episode today.
Biohacking is getting the best out of your body and life by adapting your environment, lifestyle and diet. I've been into it for a while though not always calling it biohacking. Biohacking is a weird phrase for some, so if you rather, you could just call it optimising your mind and body.
Sometimes biohacking involves gadgets and tech, sometimes it involves using supplements, sometimes it involves getting back to a more primal state. Sometimes it involves gadgets, tech and supplements to help you get back to or mimic a more primal natural state.
Yes, yes, I know you just want to get to the shiitake, and trust me it's a great hack.
We'll look at who invented biohacking, and mainly hear from the experts.
Have an open mind, and play around with some of the techniques and tools in this podcast. You’ll find supplements, gadgets, practices and lots more, so go ahead and start biohacking.
One of the most popular pages on my website for a while has been the hacks page. This podcast is a podcast version of that. I'm considering it as a regular feature, but I'm not sure yet. What do you think? A regular Zest update on what I've been up to, what is making the news, what is popular, what seems to be working for people?
For instance - there's a new hay fever product which seems to be really capturing people's imagination. I've been trying it, others I know have been trying it, and it'd be great to have a regular podcast like this to let you know about it. But maybe not. Let me know what you think.
You can find a list of some of my best hacks here, hacks, products and tweaks. There's also a new page on biohacking at www.tonywrighton.com/biohacking which is everything you ever wanted to know about that subject..
And finally, check out www.feeltheverve.com - I'll be speaking there in September and use the code ZESTOLOGY for 10% off.
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