A Beginner’s Guide to Biohacking

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This post is by my friend Mark Moschel, who you may also remember as our awesome emcee at The 2014 Bulletproof Biohacking Conference!  His post gives a taste of what we covered, and the full Bulletproof Conference video footage is now available here for anyone who didn’t attend!

Warning: This is going to be interactive.

Biohackers believe in experience-based learning. Or in plainer terms… we like to touch stuff. If you don’t try it, how do you know it works?

If you have a coffee near you, pick it up and chug it.

Your Challenge: To read this article FAST.

Jim Kwik, accelerated learning expert and conference keynote, asked the audience to remember FAST learning.

  • ForgetForget your preconceptions.
  • Active: Read actively and participate in the demos.
  • State: Feel the excitement and curiosity to learn. Sit up, lean forward.
  • Teach: Read as though you must teach this to others.

Jim teaches these techniques in his accelerated learning classes. Your challenge is to apply them while reading this article.

Do you accept the challenge? If so, take a moment to manage your state.

Alright, let’s dive in.

When Biohackers Gather

“This is like Disneyland for adults!”

With the three massive flow-state inducing swings, the hyperbaric chambers, the neurofeedback booths, the ARX Fit workout machines, the nutrient injection stations, the vibration plates, the oxygen bar, the Bulletproof Coffee bar, and the other 30+ technology exhibitors, the 2014 Bulletproof Biohacking Conference certainly felt like a health-focused amusement park of the future.

Conference speakers included flow-state expert Steven Kotler, mobility expert Kelly Starrett, memory expert Jim Kwik, nutrition expert JJ Virgin, brain expert Dr. Daniel Amen, and more than 35 other health and performance leaders.

With three consecutive 12-hour days of non-stop information, I’d have needed Jim Kwik’s brain to absorb and recall everything.

Here’s my attempt at mapping all the topics discussed:biohacking

To simplify, I filtered it down to 7 actionable biohacks that you can start doing immediately:

Movement, nutrition, rewilding, awareness, music, flow, and gratitude.

But first…

What the heck is “Biohacking”?

Biohacking is a crazy-sounding name for something not crazy at all—the desire to be the absolute best version of ourselves.

The main thing that separates a biohacker from the rest of the self-improvement world is a systems-thinking approach to our own biology.

You know how coffee feels like a shot of energy to your brain?

Pre-coffee you is sleepy….zzzzzz…

Post-coffee you is WIDE AWAKE!!

The only difference is the coffee in your stomach.

The lesson is this: What you put into your body has an ENORMOUS impact on how you feel.

We all know this. What we eat and drink is one way we alter our state.

Music is another. If you put on smoooooooooooth jazzzzzzzz, you’ll feel different than if you blast T-T-T-TECHNO.

The things we put in our stomach and ears are inputs into our biology.

As humans, we are complex systems. What goes into us affects what comes out of us, and I’m not just talking about our poop. Our behaviors, our health, and our performance in all areas of life are outputs.

If we want better outputs—to have more energy and focus, to be free of disease, to have a better memory, to perform optimally in business and athletics—then let’s tweak the things we put into our body and mind to stack the deck in our favor.

Biohackers use the tools of the Quantified Self to measure these inputs and outputs, and to experimentally test the effect of different tweaks.

As I mentioned earlier, biohacking is about getting your hands dirty and learning from experience.

Do that with me now.

1. Gut Punch Your Posture

biohackingWe all know sitting for long periods is terrible. It causes muscle tightness and destroys our potential for athletic performance. Eventually, it causes injury and chronic pain.

We aren’t supposed to feel that pain.

Kelly Starrett, founder of MobilityWOD and author of Becoming a Supple Leopard and Ready To Run, gave tips for restoring our natural mobility.

  • Tip 1: Spend 10 minutes foam rolling each day. Simple and effective.
  • Tip 2: Maintain a neutral-spine position.

He had everyone follow a sequence to stabilize their spine. Try this with me now.

  1. Squeeze your butt.
  2. Breath out and pull your ribcage down.
  3. Engage your abs 20%.
  4. Set your head in a neutral position, ears inline with shoulders (imagine someone grabbing the top of your head above your ears and pulling upward).

(Image source here.)

This same stabilizing sequence can be used while standing. While standing, also twist your feet into the ground (like a screw) to add more stability.

Unfortunately, this posture is really hard to maintain while sitting.

A more stable sitting position is to sit cross-legged or in a butt-to-ground squat in your chair. You’ll look silly doing it, but you’ll get the last laugh.

Kelly also had us play a game. If you see someone who isn’t engaging their abs, smack them in the stomach. A couple gut-smacks and you’ll be much more aware of your posture.

Recap 1: Spend 10 minutes foam rolling each day. 2: Every hour, practice resetting your posture by following the neutral-spine sequence. 3: Punch friends in the gut if they aren’t engaging their abs.

2. Eat The Right Nutrition

Nutrition was a popular topic at the conference.

Dave Asprey, creator of the Bulletproof brand, outlined the new Bulletproof Diet. In short, eat…

  1. lots of veggies lathered in grass-fed butter (Kerrygold is a common brand)
  2. grass-fed beef, pastured eggs, and low-mercury fish (like wild sockeye salmon)
  3. moderate starches and fruits

Cook lightly, if at all. Drink Bulletproof coffee.

That’s my massive simplification to get you started. For full details, go here:Bulletproof Diet Book

JJ Virgin showed how sugar is linked to almost every common disease. It’s also MORE addictive than morphine.

Looking for an impactful biohack? Try removing sugar from your diet.

Dr. Tom O’Bryan discussed the gut-brain connection. If you have a food sensitivity but eat that food anyway, you get inflammation. Inflammation makes our brains dumber.

Test for your food sensitivities, then stop eating those foods.

Food sensitivities can be tested through an expensive but thorough alcat test, the Bulletproof Stress Detective app (using heart rate), or by doing the HR test yourself. All of Dr. O’Bryan’s references can be downloaded here: http://thedr.com/bulletproof/

Recap 1: Eat veggies, healthy fats, high quality protein. 2: Reduce sugar 3: Avoid food sensitivities

Fun fact: In just three days at the conference, over 200 lbs of butter was consumed in the coffee alone! If you weren’t sure, that’s a LOT of butter. Like a 200 lb person made of butter.

3. Rewild Yourself With Nature

Did you know every dog is a descendent of the Gray Wolf?

That adorable golden puppy with big blue eyes curled up in your lap… yep, he’s a wolf. His great-great-great-great-great grandfather wouldn’t be rolling over asking you to rub his belly. He’d be eating you for dinner.

In a very entertaining talk, Daniel Vitalis showed how we, as modern humans, are no different than that puppy.

We have domesticated ourselves and made it taboo to think otherwise.We are not as fit, resilient, or adaptable and much more prone to chronic disease than our ancestors.

If domestication is the problem, then re-wilding is the solution. Daniel outlined four systems for re-wilding our natural nutrition.

1. Eat Living, Wild Foods

Humans, like most animals, eat living (or once-living) things for fuel—broccoli once cut from its stem, the leg of chicken amputated from its body, those mushrooms plucked from the ground, sauerkraut covered in tiny microbes.

We need these wild foods.

If you want to be a real wolf, go outside and forage these foods yourself.

2. Drink Unprocessed Spring Water

What we drink is as important as what we eat, but most of us aren’t aware that our water is as processed as the processed food we now know to avoid.

Most water has minerals removed and chemicals added. Instead, find a natural spring and load up. You can find one near you here: http://www.findaspring.com/

Otherwise, it’s better to drink water bottled in glass than tap water.

3. Breathe Air From Nature

Do you think about the air you breath as nutrition?

As you can guess, natural air is more rejuvenating than the moldy air in our homes. Go outside.

Another tip: To absorb oxygen most effectively, fill your lungs by breathing deeply through the diaphragm.

4. Expose Yourself to Sunlight

Sunlight is part of our natural nutrition, so expose your skin to those warm rays of sun.

It’s time to rewild.

Open your eyes and see that you are that little puppy. To become the wolf, go back to nature.

Start by just spending a little more time outside.

Recap 1: Eat living, wild foods. 2: Drink unprocessed spring water. 3: Breathe air from nature. 4: Expose yourself to sunlight. 5. Go outside.

5. Go Outside

But outside is dangerous and scary!

Joe De Sena, creator of the Spartan races, says to Spartan Up and change your frame of reference. A long time ago, people had low expectations and a high tolerance. Today, we have high expectations and can tolerate very little.

My great-grandfather came to the US with no money, no family, and no plan. He was happy to be alive.

Low expectations. High tolerance.

On my flight to LA, someone loudly complained about the wifi not working. “Life sucks!”

High expectations. Low tolerance.

It reminds me of this Louis CK bit: everything’s amazing and nobody’s happy (4 min video).

How can you change your frame of reference then?

1. Make Yourself Uncomfortable

  • Attempt a Spartan Race
  • Take a cold shower
  • Try Rejection Therapy. My experience is here: http://vimeo.com/79453884 (5 min video)
  • Contemplate death. Read Seneca or Marcus Aurelius.
  • Be homeless? I’m currently doing this, but that’s a story for another day 🙂

2. Meditate

To change where we direct our attention, we need to become aware of our attention. Then, we can consciously create the internal states, behaviors, feelings, situations, and meaning we desire.

Meditation is the tried-and-true path to enhanced awareness.

There are advanced methods of meditation, like neurofeedback and 40 Years of Zen, but meditation is always accessible and free. Start with meditation.

Tim Ferriss has a general rule about meditation: the less time you think you have to meditate, the more time you need to spend meditating.

Recap 1: Put yourself in uncomfortable situations to lower your expectations and raise your tolerance. 2: Meditate.

Challenge Check-in!

Are you still reading FAST?

Are you participating, inquisitive, and eager to teach this to others?

Check your posture. Is your spine stabilized or does someone need to punch you in the gut?

Just checking…. okay, let’s continue.

5. Hear Music, Change Your Brain

Here’s my personal secret to hacking focus:

Put on headphones. Open Spotify. Play instrumental rock or electronic music.

When that’s on, the world around me disappears and I can get lost in my work.

To dig deeper into audio as a biohack, it’s important to understand how the brain works at a high level.

Your brain has 100 billion neurons that use electricity to talk to each other. At any moment, millions of neurons are talking at once, which produces a lot of electrical activity. When this activity is measured with an EEG, the result is a wave-like pattern called a brainwave.

The frequency of this brainwave depends on what you are doing.

Brainwaves 101:

  • Beta (14–30 Hz): awake, concentrated, alert. We spend most of the day here.
  • Alpha (8–14 Hz): meditative state, awake but relaxed, twilight state between sleep and waking, improved memory recall.
  • Theta (4–8 Hz): light dreaming, access to unconscious mind.
  • Delta (0.1–4 Hz): deep dreamless sleep, restorative, complete loss of awareness.

In a process called Frequency Following Response, a consistent sound wave has been shown to change your brainwaves.

In Bill Harris’ talk on dramatically increasing awareness, his research showed that audio entrainment helps meditators create awareness 8x faster than traditional meditation.

Binaural beats are one example of audio brainwave entrainment. Here are a few others:

http://brainwave.fm/ https://www.focusatwill.com/ https://www.centerpointe.com/v2/

Recap 1: Put on headphones. 2: Try audio entrainment.

6. Hack Flow

A theme of this year’s conference was the elusive “flow state”. Flow is that optimal state of consciousness when we feel and perform at our best. Time slows down, you forget yourself, and you perform at a higher level than ever before.

In other words, you know those times when you are kicking ass and nothing can stop you? That’s flow.

Steven Kotler, author of Rise of Superman, realized that action and adventure athletes are the only ones who consistently enter this state. As he says, since their sports put them frequently in life or death situations, it’s either “flow or die”.

Kotler’s research identified 17 triggers to enter flow, which he outlines here: http://www.slideshare.net/StevenKotler/17-flow-triggers.

He also learned that flow is cyclical.

Before you enter flow, you must experience a struggle. This is the learning phase. Your brain shows beta waves in this phase (awake, concentrated).

Next, you must release completely. This is when your subconscious can do its magic—consolidate the information and relax. Your brain shows alpha waves here (meditative state, awake but relaxed).

Then there is flow. Theta waves (access to unconscious mind)

Finally, you enter a recovery phase. Delta waves (deep dreamless sleep, restorative).

If you are struggling to complete something, push yourself a little longer. Then stop and do something completely different, like foam roll in the park. That release is a critical step to entering flow.

Recap 1: Work hard on something, then break and disconnect completely. When you return later, you’re more likely to experience flow.

7. Show Gratitude

Interactive demo! Try this.

Think this sentence and then pause and notice how you feel.

“Ugh, this guy has wasted the last 12 minutes of my life. I’ve learned nothing and this demo he is asking me to do is bullsh*t.”

… hmmm ok …

Now try this one.

“I’m grateful for this opportunity to expand my worldview. I am practicing my ability to read information and filter what is meaningful to me.”

… pause a moment …

Now one more.

“I am MASSIVELY grateful this author injected caffeine into his veins to have the energy to compile all this useful information into one concise article. I am grateful to be learning something new today and am giddy to apply one of these techniques in my daily life. EVERYTHING IS AWESOME!!”

Wait, why weren’t you already thinking that?!?

If you weren’t, you should watch this.

You get the point though: We can think about the same experience in many different ways. If we are grateful, we positively change our perspective on the events in our lives.

UJ Ramdas presented gratitude as a biohack and offered four techniques to start your daily gratitude practice.

  • Gratitude Journal. At it’s simplest, just write down 3 things you are grateful for each night. Pro tip: If you want email reminders, set up a google form (here’s a template) and use IFTTT to email yourself that link (If 10pm, then email me the link to that form).
  • Five Minute Journal. The journal created by UJ. Answer three questions each morning and two before bed. Puts you in the right mindset to start and end your day. (Link here)
  • Gratitude Walk. UJ recommends doing this on your way to work. Be very present and feel gratitude for everything you see and experience during that short walk. Try to feel the gratitude in your heart.
  • Gratitude Visit. Write a letter (300 words) of love and gratitude to someone important to you. Set up a time to meet them, then take out the letter and read it to them. UJ says it is extremely transformative.

Gratitude is a daily practice, similar to meditation. Like meditation, it becomes more natural over time. In fact, gratitude and meditation go very well together, like peanut butter and jelly. (For those wondering, PB&J is not Bulletproof.)

Remember: What you put into your body affects what you get out. In this case, your thoughts create the world you experience. If you put gratitude in, you get gratitude out.

Recap 1: Develop a daily gratitude practice.

Your Mission

  1. Pick one: Mobility, Nutrition, Nature, Attention, Music, Flow, Gratitude.
  2. Try it. Commit to it for 7 days.
  3. Make it failure-proof. Read the bonus biohack below to upgrade your willpower and make this habit failure-proof.

By Mark Moschel. This post originally appeared at Medium.com – thank you to Mark and Medium for allowing me to repost it.

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By Dave Asprey

  • Mark

    Great post Dave. It’s great to see your adding massive amounts of value to the blog again. Your work is very actionable and failure proof. Love it, please keep doing more things like this!

    • Lawl burger

      You missed a spot…. ?

  • Kristen Lester

    Hi Dave,

    Love your work, been on the bulletproof diet for a month and a half now and have already dropped near on a stone in weight.

    I’m just wondering if there is anything specific you could recommend for my wife. Several years ago she had severe hormonal imbalances, exacerbated by having an ovary removed as she had a very rare type of cancer (ironically this was after being on a ‘healthy’ low fat raw vegan diet), this put her into a surgically induced menopause. She visits one of the best hormonal hospitals in London and is prescribed bio-identical hormones, however the doctors are very nutritionally ignorant.

    She is relatively healthy now but has been unable to shift the weight since this began. I have started her on the bulletproof diet this week and she is already looking much healthier.

    Any information you could provide would be greatly appreciated as we are committed to getting her back on track.

    Thanks,
    Kris

    • Mark Brider

      Hi Kristen, I hope you don’t mind me replying to your post, its just that my wife has also been through a surgically induced menopause and has also been treated by one of London’s top hormone clinics – The Marrion Gluck clinic.
      The early treatment after the first assessment of my wife’s hormone imbalance was a prescription for a three part bio-identical hormone cream to include estrogen, progesterone and testosterone. After a few weeks, the emotional changes in my wife were excellent and some other symptoms like dry skin and escema cleared up completely. The only negative was a feeling of bloatedness and weight gain.
      Several months on and with a further consultation, and after reading a great deal on the correct dosages, my wife is now on a progesterone only prescription of 30mg per day – down from the 100mg per day – prescribed initially with the other two hormones. For a few weeks her weight stabilised but didn’t reduce, however, she has just gone onto the bulletproof diet and specifically the intermittent fasting technique. Two weeks on and she is 5 pounds lighter – success!
      Whilst my wife’s consultant doesn’t think the hormones are directly to blame, we think they certainly played a part in her weight gain, because she had previously experienced this with the miners coil and the birth control pill.
      Very happy to connect your wife with my wife so that they can compare notes, should more detail or support be required. Best of luck. Mark

  • Daren Salter

    What is a butt-ground squat in a chair? – can someone please elaborate.

    • HeatherENowak

      732$/hour@bulletproofexec

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  • danielle

    i want to access 90% of my brain i am willing to do anything i am strong and cofident i can do it please any tips let me know

    • R

      You already use all of your brain…

      • einstein118

        m8 it has been proven that humans use less than 10% of their brain, look at Einstein. Not even 10%+. With the internet right in front of you look it up.

        • Alex

          This study is outdated… the brain consumes about 20% of our daily energy at the very least using 100% of our brain based on these numbers would require us to eat massive amounts of sugar and glucose just to fuel it! Also CAT scans show that people use the majority of their brains when completing even “simple” tasks. The idea that we only use 10% died in the 90’s…

        • Epikourios

          I would give you the same advice: look it up. You’re wrong. Scientific American has a pretty good explanation of the origins of the myth that people only use 10% of their brains, accompanied by an explanation of exactly how wrong it is. http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/do-people-only-use-10-percent-of-their-brains/

        • Project Evolve

          “Mate,” I know what I’m talking about. Too bad with Google right in your face, you still got it wrong lol. We use 100% 😉

      • Lawl burger

        We use 100% of our brain, but “efficacy” determines intelligence.

  • NyttNorge

    You want to try some REAL biohacking? GO VEGAN. Eat lots of fruits. Meat makes you tired, sick and is disgusting, how is that biohacking? And no sugar? Sugar from fruits is pure life force ENERGY. Wakey wakey.

  • ksfkay

    Bio hacking = figuring out how to make a healthy crystal meth concoction with good diet and exercise to improve life. Did I pretty much nail it? If not, what am I missing?

  • Dr. Friesen

    Love it. Your Rejection Therapy sounds like what we psychologists call exposure. Also similar to doing the opposite of experiential avoidance. For a more traditional attempt at this check out Albert Ellis’ work and recommendations on how to decrease fears, doubts, and inhibitions.

  • Biohacking Entrepreneur

    I agree that biohacking being used to refer to both communities can get confusing. I think that the community you are referring to, which involves modifying the body through more intrusive means, such as the implantation of cybernetic devices, has begun to be referred to more widely as the Grinder community.

    Regardless, I think the form of biohacking here, which focuses on managing one’s biology and improving one’s effectiveness through modification of diet and lifestyle is much safer to implement and has much greater benefits for the majority of individuals.

    I don’t think we realize how much our biological functions are affected by our daily choices, nor do we realize how much we can improve these functions by approaching our routine from a scientific, data-gathering perspective.

  • its complicated

    is it possible to transplant a brain?? i was just thinking…. 😉

  • A.M.A.Z.I.N.G ! ! !
    Thanks for share this knowledge.
    (The Kotler’s research link are broken)

  • Arturo Jurado

    This is what I need in my life, thanks for share 😀

  • kevinblatt

    After hearing Joe Rogan, Dr.Drew, Vinnie Tortorich and several others talk about the ketogenic diet I have decided that I wanted to research it and give it a shot to hopefully improve my quality of life. Is there any tips or basic info that you could share with me that a beginner like myself should know? Thanks in advance

    • Hey Kevin, what aspect of your life are you looking to improve? In the most simplest form a Ketogenic diet is low on carbohydrates and high on quality fats. Most strict ketogenic people like to stick to a macro-nutrient ratio of 70% fats, 20% proteins, and 5% carbs. You wants to eat quality fats from sources like avocados, Olive oil, grass-fed butter, wild caught fish. Stay away from vegetable based oil as they are too high in poly unsaturated fatty acids (PUFA). For your proteins, stick to grass-fed beef, pastured chicken, pork, etc. and again wild caught fish. For your carbohydrates intake you need to eliminate all processed foods like breads, pastas, cookies, and cakes and get most of your carb intake from vegetables and some fruits. Berries are the best when it comes to fruits. For vegetables stick to organic green leafy vegetables that are in season. Here are some vegetables that i rotate in and out of my diet depending on if they are in season: artichoke, asparagus, bok choy, baby spinach, brussel sprouts, broccoli, butternut squash, collard greens, chard (swiss), cabbage, cauliflower, celery, cilantro, cucumber, dandelion greens, eggplant, endive, fennels, garlic, green beans, kale, leeks, mushrooms, mustard greens, okra, olives, onions, parsnip, parsley, romaine lettuce, radishes, shallots, scallions, snap peas, snow peas, spaghetti squash, turnips, yellow squash, watercress, zucchini.

      Hope this give you a starting point. If you want to know more about what i do, just hit me up.

  • Awesome

  • AllysonMeza

    thanks for sharing

  • KatharineVang

    Interesting Article

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  • Not even slightly omnivorous – look into any proper comparison table and you’ll be able to observe at least 20 main characteristics of a purely frugivorous & greens-eating species

  • Renato Barreto

    I am deeply grateful for all this knowledge that you provide to your followers.
    Thanks.

  • Gabriel Herculano

    Thanks for share your knowledge, I’m from Brasil and here have very little information about biohacking and you make my life better, THANKS FOR THAT.

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      Ive never been in love. I’m a lonely sad man living in a basement.

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  • Shaun Turton

    This is largely the biggest load of mumbo jumbo rubbish I have ever read. Starting off with the FAST learning F – forget your preconceptions.. AKA drop you bullshit detector and open up your gullibility.

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  • Jay Holder

    Nice fast read always a speed reader might I add the human subconscious works at its best right after awaking and before sleeping for programming the subconscious;)

  • Jay Holder

    What do you know of increasing response through natural live diet increasing neuron connections or sun energy yeah I lived the homeless life also love a test! Thx tho I see where this is going

  • Jay Holder

    What do you know of increasing that connection intensify the light in your body until you can biohack your environment

  • Jay Holder

    I’d love to follow even study or work with you guys there a certain times to eat living foods of light to increase memory and awareness so you just spark in every action of life ciao

  • Jay Holder

    Hymns Hums are vibrations which can stimulate certain parts of the mind also…music naturally medical top scores psychology mind or soul always studied very informative article but simply you are what you eat physically and mentally and your spirit like wise

  • Jay Holder

    My goal light body as I study knowledge of ancients past three years applying it n boy they knew 7000 years ago of the human pysche healing through diet or sun and elevation of consciousness and things I won’t discuss on here

  • Jay Holder

    Why not.. Your body make up is also connected to cosmos increase neurons or electrical input in the body living foods green chlorophyll sun energy which will stimulight the mind and also absorbs through the roof of the mouth stimulating pineal gland super consciousness n focus n I know what foods that will increase memory and awareness and eye sight

  • Jay Holder

    You ever see a man channel the sun controlling the bodies magnetism? Much I have learned time to wind down or ill chat all night

  • Jay Holder

    Glad to see there are brilliant minds I guess now I can take down the please come pick me up sign off my roof

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  • Vander Kirchner

    Thanks a million for all advices. I’m so grateful.

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  • Maxine Pierson

    Hmm-think I will just stick with the basic equipment God gave me.