Want to experience the benefits of intuitive eating, balanced hormones and transformative sex? Start with tracking your cycle.
Two single-strains of friendly probiotic bacteria crowd out bad bacteria in your oral cavity and keep your mouth microbiome healthy.
The research just keeps coming on blood sugar. Find out how to better manage your spikes and drops and get to middle ground.
You can’t change your past, but you can accept it, learn from it, and use those mistakes to change the way you act in the future.
You may have heard of “biohacking” before. Biohacking involves changing your environment –– both outside you and inside you –– so you have full control …
Learn how to move beyond ingrained patterns and create flow between your physical body, your emotions, your inner child and your higher self.
The latest research on elevated insulin shows how broadly it affects body systems and how managing diet, stress and inflammation can calm things down.
Fasting is one of my all-time favorite biohacks, partly because it does so many good things for you. Fasting burns fat[*], makes you live longer[*], …
You don’t have to suffer from chronic low energy. Tips to avoid the seven biggest life disruptors and get your energy back.
A big part of biohacking is optimizing your environment — changing easy little day-to-day things that, over time, lead to significant improvement in your life. …
Meet juicing that supports good health, small farmers and the environment while offering a high-quality yet inexpensive product.
Repurposing existing drugs shows promise in treating the metabolic disruption common to virtually all cancers.
Grit can play an important role in trauma healing, help you flex your resilience and finally claim the life energy you are meant have.
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