VIDEO: Biohacking with Butter, Salt and Coffee

Are you worth your salt? Historically we’ve equated salt with value, and only in recent history has salt been maligned and misunderstood. The talk below covers biohacking with salt, butter and coffee. Salt is not the enemy. Secret butter powers are revealed. Bulletproof Coffee continues to be my favorite biohack.

 

This talk took place in March 2012, at the BIL 2012 conference aboard the Queen Mary.

 Covered in the talk below:
  • How and why salt, butter and coffee are essential to health.
  • Debunking the myths about salt and butter.
  • Clarifying the benefits of mold free coffee.

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If you liked this talk, you may also like the BIL2011 Bulletproof talk:  “The Upgraded Self: The Top Six Biohacks to Upgrade Your Body and Mind,” an informative talk on the basics of Bulletproof Biohacking.

 

What are your top 3 favorite biohacks?  What have you seen the biggest gains from?

 

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