When we first heard the term “biohacking,” we thought it might be the thing the guy from the Apple Store did that time our Wi-Fi wasn’t connecting in the kitchen. But it’s actually a really fascinating new wellness trend you need to get on board with.
According to Hayim, “Biohacking refers to ‘hacking into your biology.’ Essentially, it’s using what we know about science and our bodies to make changes to our health and get different results.”
The cool thing is, you might already be doing it. At its most basic, biohacking can involve making generally healthier choices, from eating a more balanced diet and drinking bulletproof coffee to keeping up with your workouts via a fitness tracker. (Choosing a salad over a burger because you know your body will perform better when fueled by the former? Biohacking.)