What’s Biohacking and Can It Really Change Your Life?
by SARA JAYNE CROW Last Updated: Jan 27, 2017
Hacking isn’t just for computers anymore. Biohacking is a trend that’s recently been gaining popularity with everyone from weekend warriors to desk jockeys.
While no scientific consensus on the term exists at present, “biohacking” is considered the human effort to be your own best self, according to Mark Moschel, CTO of Factor75, a delivery service for nutrient-dense, chef-prepared meals. This means using your own biology as well as what’s consumed for energy and nutrition to the best possible outcome.
A Little Background on Biohacking
Mighty Broccoli Sprouts Rapidly Detox Pollutants
Posted on: Thursday, September 18th 2014 at 5:15 pm
Written By: Margie King, Health Coach
Air pollution is associated with a long list of health problems including cardio-respiratory deaths, pulmonary disease, and chronic respiratory conditions. And the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has recently classified air pollution as carcinogenic to humans.
But a new clinical trial finds that tiny broccoli sprouts can help neutralize this very big problem.
Researchers from Johns Hopkins University and several other institutions in the U.S. and China tested the power of broccoli sprouts to protect people from air pollutants.[i]
Use This Buddhist Practice to Overcome Self-Doubt.
Via Sarah Norradon Jan 15, 2017
The funny thing about growing up is that it requires us to push ourselves outside our comfort zone—and it won’t always feel great.
We can’t truly understand what this means until we feel it—that uncomfortable experience when we’re sitting in unfamiliar territory and the outcome of our journey is still unknown.
If we are choosing to expand as a humans, we will most certainly feel this. And, often it will be followed by a rock in our gut and a swirl of critical questions in our mind.
This is called self-doubt.
We will all encounter it—especially those of us who wish to carve our own path through life.
In my experience, as we step outside of “normal” and walk a route that is more authentic to us, the voices of self-criticism will shout louder.
We must remember that this negative internal dialogue is not the truth.