A Scientific Guide to Biohacking and Life Extension
Eat Real Food. Avoid stuff that comes wrapped in plastic.
Exercise every day. This need not take place in a gym (though it can). The key is to move your body.
Sleep 8 hours — at night.
Enjoy nature. The more time you can spend outdoors in greenspace, the better.
Call your friends and family. A sense of rootedness and belonging will help not only you but also them.
Avoid most supplements — hardly any of them help, and some may cause harm.
Don’t smoke cigarettes. If you do, seek professional help to quit.
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Brad Stulberg writes about health and the science of human performance. He is a columnist at New York Magazine and Outside Magazine.