However, there are some things that we are beginning to understand, such as the five stages of brain development. The brain undergoes more changes than other parts of the body and develops at an uneven rate.
Do you have a Baby Boomer Body™? I sure do! We were the first generation to exercise just because it felt good. We were the jogger generation. Remember “no pain, no gain,” in the 80s, and thong leotards…with matching leg warmers?!
And unlike the quick recovery of a bruise or a cut to a leg or arm, our brains do not have the ability to recover as quickly—and certainly not as effectively.
Many of you may have wondered what that outrageous flower is that graces the front of this blog. Well, it is called Olena in Hawaiian, but you probably know it by its popular name, Turmeric. It is highly revered in both Hawaiian and Ayurvedic healing. The Hawaiians call Olena one of the 5 warriors, which are the herbs that go in and fight off infection or any dis-ease in the body (more on this later).
Despite its edgy name, Biohacking can be performed by anyone. It is not a specialized task for genetic scientists, tech wizards or professional athletic trainers. Biohacking is simply getting to know yourself really well. And then applying what you've learned to change your behaviors, optimize your body and feel your best.