Biohacking vs Ayurveda - Nootropics vs Medhya Rasayana - Part 2
So before we start, we’re going to go into Lost in Space - Warning Will Robinson - Warning Will Warning. What we’re going to be talking about today is about things that you put in your body to help your brain. We are not saying to take any of this. We are not endorsing anything. We are not recommending anything. We are just talking about it. So whatever you hear here, do your homework, study it and then decide yay or nay and go from there. Always be safe.
Talking with Zack from BioHack Studios at 1010 Central Ave, in St Pete, FL
Ghee - Ayurveda's favorite nootropic
The influence of the real bitter taste on our emotional world and mental performance
The influence of the real astringent taste on our emotional world and mental performance
Horta - One of Greece's favorite superfoods
Bait fish, lamb, sausage and olive oil are part of the ancestral way of cooking and eating in the Mani Peninsula, Greece - the Greek version of medhya rasayana
What you can learn from observing dogs
Ketogenic diet demystified
Does our brain really need sugar?
Was the Atkins diet a ketogenic diet?
Time restricted eating according to Ayurveda
Mitochondria and Divine Shakti
Medhya rasayana through the real sweet taste
Peptides - the future of biohacking?
Can peptides be used in epigenetics?
Prana vs Kundalini - Active life force vs potentiality
May we all be well, adapt and thrive! - Tim and Vie
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