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Self-hacking is an approach that combines attitudes, principles, and knowledge from Science, Quantified-self and Buddhism. Our overarching philosophy is to simplify and achieve more with less. In forming ideas, we look to traditional and cultural knowledge, mechanistic studies, animal studies, human studies, expert opinions, anecdotes and my own experimental results. We prefer large, double-blind placebo-controlled trials. Unfortunately, these aren’t always available.

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7 Causes of High Triglycerides & How to Lower It Naturally + Normal Range

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High levels of triglycerides can increase the risk of obesity, heart disease, and diabetes, among other diseases. However, low triglyceride levels can also be harmful to the body. Read on to learn more about the causes of high and low triglyceride levels, associated diseases, and how to manage high or low levels. ContentsWhat Are Triglycerides?Normal […]

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Nootropics

Sulbutiamine (Arcalion) Benefits + Dosage, Reviews, Side Effects

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Sulbutiamine is a fat-soluble derivative of thiamine. It is considered a nootropic and antioxidant and is used in France to reduce fatigue. It also stimulates gut activity, improves muscle weakness, boosts memory, and protects the brain. Keep on reading to learn more about the health benefits of sulbutiamine, dosage, and possible side effects.

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Herbs

14 Benefits of Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum)

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Horse chestnut trees originated from Greece and the Balkan Peninsula and are now cultivated worldwide. Horse chestnut seed extract may help with leg vein problems, swelling, and hemorrhoids. Packed with an abundance of antioxidants, horse chestnuts may protect against inflammation and cancer. Read on to learn more about the health benefits of horse chestnuts.

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Decode your genome and learn how to improve your lifestyle through hardcore data and analysis