Does summer = drinking? Besides the Christmas season, for most Americans this is our most liquid time of the year! Between holidays, barbecues, and vacations, there just always seems to be a cocktail or a beer within reach.
I am a Naturopathic Doctor, Breath Coach, Reiki Master and classical Indian dancer. I do detective work to identify and treat the root cause of disease instead of treating symptoms.
Summer’s nearly here, and with it, warmer weather and more time spent outdoors (yay)! Hiking, swimming, and sunbathing are all on the agenda. But did you know some of these common activities are actually powerful biohacking tools? Here’s how you can harness some of mother nature’s best biohacks:
What does our diet have to do with detox? What we eat and drink has a major impact on all our systems, including our detoxification pathways. By choosing foods that support our liver and kidney functions, our major organs for detoxification, we can more easily remove waste and toxins from our body. But which ingredients are really going to pack that punch?
Winter is FINALLY over, and we’ve all got spring cleaning on our to-do list. But how about this year, we take it a step further and take the opportunity to detox our homes with a few simple tips!
We caught up with The Biohack Girl on all things (you guessed it!) biohacking!
We are what we…drink? Definitely! Choosing nutrient-dense superfoods is a no brainer, but how do we optimize what we drink as well?
Recovery is an often overlooked part of a fitness regime, but it’s actually one of the most crucial elements of our overall health. In fact, the time you spend on recovery may be even more beneficial than those hours you put into the gym. To avoid overtraining, stay healthy longer, and amplify the positive effects of your workout, check out the following tips to maximize recovery.
Did you miss Sober January? Well, you can start an alcohol-free challenge any time! It doesn’t need to be the first month of the year to commit to a health reset. In fact, losing the pressure of “new year, new me” can be really helpful.