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Arvin khamseh (hackmybiology) Instagram Photos and Videos

Arvin khamseh

@hackmybiology


Comment from Arvin khamseh:


Asked you this morning if you thinks Monday is a good day to nootropic up and it seems as though it's a hell yeh!! 🔥🔥

9 Hours ago
Tanner Kauffman (tannerkauffman) Instagram Photos and Videos

Tanner Kauffman

@tannerkauffman


Comment from Tanner Kauffman:


Just taking the altitude chamber for a spin at the new biohacking @bulletprooflabs facility in Santa Monica! Place was lit! Definitely going back for the sensory deprivation/overload tank. bulletproof biohackers goodvibes

10 Hours ago
biohack info (biohackinfo) Instagram Photos and Videos

biohack info

@biohackinfo


Comment from biohack info:


Biohacker Lepht Anonym on the crazy reactions biohackers who have biochips get from the public. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ you've done thorough research on RFID implants, at some point you've probably ran into the rabbit-hole of, "IT'S THE MARK OF THE BEAST!" and other such conspiracy theories... ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ So, are any of you biohackers agents of the devil hellbent on chipping the whole human race to pave way for your horned overlord, or nah? 🤔 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

18 Hours ago
Joe Talarico (joe_bagadonuts) Instagram Photos and Videos

Joe Talarico

@joe_bagadonuts


Comment from Joe Talarico:


Im method acting being Joe Talarico . Trying to say what I think he would say and have joement lines he would have. Turns out he’s very weird. . @unicornbars

20 Hours ago
HACKER OFFICIAL (hacker_world_official) Instagram Photos and Videos

HACKER OFFICIAL

@hacker_world_official


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20 Hours ago
biohack info (biohackinfo) Instagram Photos and Videos

biohack info

@biohackinfo


Comment from biohack info:


on to the next stage... ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀

21 Hours ago
#Smart #Sexy #SuperMom # (1_borrdeaux) Instagram Photos and Videos

#Smart #Sexy #SuperMom #

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1 Days ago
Katie Egle-Newman, NTP (theketokatie) Instagram Photos and Videos

Katie Egle-Newman, NTP

@theketokatie


Comment from Katie Egle-Newman, NTP:


Great Biohackers meet up tonight with @drchrisfrykman at VitaminDrip Minnesota. restorehealth ivvitamins ivvitamintherapy vitamindrip vitamindrip vitamindripmn nutritionaltherapy highdosevitaminc twincities meetup meetups meetupminneapolis biohackersmeetup harmonypendant

1 Days ago
Nina Suzanne (biohackbabe) Instagram Photos and Videos

Nina Suzanne

@biohackbabe


Comment from Nina Suzanne:


Fasting... and the hubs is cooking cheesy delicious eggs and adding them to his salad. May not look glamorous, but it sure smells good! I’m really not hungry I swear, but I’m just sitting here like 😍🤤 guess I’ll go grab another lacroix 😝😅💦 . Tagged for a sds (swipe swipe) by the always inspiring @baconistheketomyheart and @socalketofitmama 💗 (as well as a widn) 😉 . . dinnertime foodporn foodie fasting thestruggle yummy foodgasm delicious primaleating nomnomnom sparklingwater healthycouple healthycooking lowcarblife eatclean fatlossjourney fatfueled instalike instagood ketofam fitfam instafam biohackers mindovermatter

2 Days ago
Samantha Richards (biohacker_sam) Instagram Photos and Videos

Samantha Richards

@biohacker_sam


Comment from Samantha Richards:


From a recent hike. Proven benefits from hiking... http://irelease.org/doctors-ex rs-explain-how-hiking-actually Nature Biohacking Biohackers

2 Days ago
Joe Talarico (joe_bagadonuts) Instagram Photos and Videos

Joe Talarico

@joe_bagadonuts


Comment from Joe Talarico:


Must be a family get together. Someone’s singing ABBA.

2 Days ago
#Smart #Sexy #SuperMom # (1_borrdeaux) Instagram Photos and Videos

#Smart #Sexy #SuperMom #

@1_borrdeaux


Comment from #Smart #Sexy #SuperMom #:


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2 Days ago
#Smart #Sexy #SuperMom # (1_borrdeaux) Instagram Photos and Videos

#Smart #Sexy #SuperMom #

@1_borrdeaux


Comment from #Smart #Sexy #SuperMom #:


@verge killing the technogame biohackers Instagramculture moderntechnology at its 👌🏽👑👑finest 🤓🤓🤓ghettogeekz ghettonerds startrek trekki 🖖🏾🖖🏾🖖🏾🤘🏽🤘🏽

3 Days ago
#Smart #Sexy #SuperMom # (1_borrdeaux) Instagram Photos and Videos

#Smart #Sexy #SuperMom #

@1_borrdeaux


Comment from #Smart #Sexy #SuperMom #:


👀👌🏽👌🏽 these guys are superdope insane subculture biohackers ytb dopedocumentary implants metalchips handsfree dooropening super subculture YTB it guys!!! intense open mind modernday superhero cyborg👏🏾👏🏾🔥🔥😍😍🤔🤔

3 Days ago
Mary Reece (mmmreece) Instagram Photos and Videos

Mary Reece

@mmmreece


Comment from Mary Reece:


😴40 million Americans suffer from insomnia annually. Forty...MILLION!!😳 And I WAS one of them. Insomnia has been found to have a direct correlation to oxidative stress. NRF2 activation reduces oxidative stress. Do you see where I’m going with this? breakthecycle askmealready sleepbetter sleepisneccessary sleep sleepy cantsleep needsleep needsleep😴 nrf2activation nrf2 natural littleyellowpill herbs fightoxidativestress oxidativestress lyp antiaging fountainofyouth slowtheagingprocess biohacking biohackers dna bettersleep ageless nutrigenomics americanmade madeinusa 23publishedstudies 7patents

3 Days ago
_near.future_ (_near.future_) Instagram Photos and Videos

_near.future_

@_near.future_


Comment from _near.future_:


Body replacement head transplant. . . . . . . . nearfuture transplant human crispr futuresubcultures dystopia utopia future urbanfutures biohackers

3 Days ago
Joe Talarico (joe_bagadonuts) Instagram Photos and Videos

Joe Talarico

@joe_bagadonuts


Comment from Joe Talarico:


Have my article posted over on the @mindpumpmedia website on muscle growth. . 1) Don’t train to failure - it increases resting levels of cortisol, and suppresses IGF-1 growth factors 2) Frequency - for natural lifters we do better stimulating MPS by hitting the muscles 2-3x a week. It only takes 24-48 hours to recover so the body part once a week bodybuilding regimen is way outdated and only effective on enhanced athletes. 3) Phasing Workouts - spending time in all ranges allows for Overall size, myofibril hypertrophy and sarcoplasmic hypertrophy. You want all these stimulated for your best chance at growing symmetrical full bellies.

3 Days ago
Samantha Richards (biohacker_sam) Instagram Photos and Videos

Samantha Richards

@biohacker_sam


Comment from Samantha Richards:


Awesome new Facebook group - “Single Biohackers” Come join the fun! single biohacking biohackers mingle

3 Days ago
Leanne Venier-#1 LIGHT THERAPY (leannevenier) Instagram Photos and Videos

Leanne Venier-#1 LIGHT THERAPY

@leannevenier


Comment from Leanne Venier-#1 LIGHT THERAPY:


Reposted from @theketokatie - "Multitasking mama :) Getting some redjuvenator red light therapy by @leannevenier while I pump 🍼" ..... CatalyticColor.com/R com/REDjuvenator-light-therapy infrared redlight redlighttherapy healnaturally pumpingmama redjuvenator nearinfraredtherapy lighttherapy photobiomodulation holisticmom - regrann thepointretreats thepoint biohackerssancturyretreat biohacking biohackers holistichealth redjuvenatorbiophotoniclight ..... Thanks for sharing how you use your REDjuvenator 3 @theketokatie ! :)

3 Days ago
Hailey Rowe (hailey_rowe) Instagram Photos and Videos

Hailey Rowe

@hailey_rowe


Comment from Hailey Rowe:


My bud @joshsnyman saw my “3 Golden Rules of Habits” Facebook Live video & posted this message below.... I LOVE IT!! Read... ・・・ STANDING DESK GOALS 💻 📚 - Listening to one of @hailey_rowe ‘s many informative stories, she inspired me to start standing more when working 🤷‍♀️ - I’m astonished at the price of standing desks — however, there is always a way to adapt and thrive in all environments if you don’t have the necessary resources 🌱 - I often find myself making excuses as to why I can’t do certain things because I don’t have the “perfect” product/resource (like a proper standing desk that is adjustable) 😅 - Making excuses — whether it be financial, time or resource related — as to why you are not where you want to be, is not only a waste of time and energy, but it’s possibly the worst habit you could have (credit Mr. Covey for that paraphrase) 🙏 - What’s a hack that you use to ensure you are always moving when stuck in sedentary environments?🙄

4 Days ago
Richard A Christie (mr_dissident_fuckthegov) Instagram Photos and Videos

Richard A Christie

@mr_dissident_fuckthegov


Comment from Richard A Christie:


Repost @freedom_faction ・・・ CRISPR, a cheap and easy technique for making precise changes to DNA, has got researchers around the world racing to trial its use in treating a host of human diseases. But this race is not confined to the lab or to scientists donning the typical white lab coat. Last month, Josiah Zayner, a biochemist who once worked for NASA, became the first person known to have edited his own genes with CRISPR. Zayner’s experiment was intended to boost his strength by removing the gene for myostatin, which regulates muscle growth. A similar experiment in 2015 showed that this works in beagles whose genomes were edited at the embryo stage. He injected himself with a copy of his own DNA that had been edited using CRISPR to remove the gene. During a lecture about human geneticengineering that was streamed live on Facebook, Zayner whipped out a vial of edited DNA and a syringe, then injected himself. Now, following in his footsteps, other biohackers are getting ready to take the plunge and tinker with their own genes. This may seem a little crazy to some, but humans are (and should be) allowed to tattoo, pierce, or modify their bodies surgically to create any type of appearance. Genetic alterations should be no different. And Zayner wants to help other alter their DNA too. Zayner has made headlines for pushing the boundaries of do-it-yourself genetic experimentation, whether by trying to clean up his gut by inoculating himself with a friend’s fecal matter or brewing glow-in-the-dark beer. This time, the biohacker claims he’s the first person trying to modify his own genome with the groundbreaking gene-editing technology known as CRISPR. And he’s providing the world with the means to do it, too, by posting a “DIY Human CRISPR Guide” online and selling $20 DNA that promotes muscle growth. Zayner himself admits that his experiments over the last year haven’t visibly changed his body. And experts claim that there are risks. People could infect themselves, or induce an inflammatory reaction. But to Zayner, whether or not the experiment actually works is beside the point. 🖐🏾More in comments👇🏾Transhumanism

4 Days ago
biohack info (biohackinfo) Instagram Photos and Videos

biohack info

@biohackinfo


Comment from biohack info:


They want your own DNA to be regulated by the government, to be property of the State. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Bioethicists and some ivory tower scientists are raging about the fact that at the moment, they can't prevent biohackers from editing their own DNA. What was initially a debate is turning into fearmongering, and the 'debate' is leaning heavily towards not just regulating CRISPR, but also preventing people from enhancing their own DNA. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Can you imagine that? The government dictating what you can and cannot do to your own DNA? If you have no say in regards to your own DNA, then WTF are individual rights? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Wh all is said and done, a GeneticRevolution is inevitable. It is going to happen, VERY SOON. The question is, will you miss out because you chose to, or because you're under the jurisdiction of a government that owns and regulates your DNA? 🔘 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

4 Days ago
Pavan Mehat (pavanmehat) Instagram Photos and Videos

Pavan Mehat

@pavanmehat


Comment from Pavan Mehat:


Fighting against blue light with moma 🐻

4 Days ago
Kee Kee (_noiva) Instagram Photos and Videos

Kee Kee

@_noiva


Comment from Kee Kee:


♻️ from @freedom_faction- CRISPR, a cheap and easy technique for making precise changes to DNA, has got researchers around the world racing to trial its use in treating a host of human diseases. But this race is not confined to the lab or to scientists donning the typical white lab coat. Last month, Josiah Zayner, a biochemist who once worked for NASA, became the first person known to have edited his own genes with CRISPR. Zayner’s experiment was intended to boost his strength by removing the gene for myostatin, which regulates muscle growth. A similar experiment in 2015 showed that this works in beagles whose genomes were edited at the embryo stage. He injected himself with a copy of his own DNA that had been edited using CRISPR to remove the gene. During a lecture about human geneticengineering that was streamed live on Facebook, Zayner whipped out a vial of edited DNA and a syringe, then injected himself. Now, following in his footsteps, other biohackers are getting ready to take the plunge and tinker with their own genes. This may seem a little crazy to some, but humans are (and should be) allowed to tattoo, pierce, or modify their bodies surgically to create any type of appearance. Genetic alterations should be no different. And Zayner wants to help other alter their DNA too. Zayner has made headlines for pushing the boundaries of do-it-yourself genetic experimentation, whether by trying to clean up his gut by inoculating himself with a friend’s fecal matter or brewing glow-in-the-dark beer. This time, the biohacker claims he’s the first person trying to modify his own genome with the groundbreaking gene-editing technology known as CRISPR. And he’s providing the world with the means to do it, too, by posting a “DIY Human CRISPR Guide” online and selling $20 DNA that promotes muscle growth. Zayner himself admits that his experiments over the last year haven’t visibly changed his body. And experts claim that there are risks. People could infect themselves, or induce an inflammatory reaction. But to Zayner, whether or not the experiment actually works is beside the point Wft

4 Days ago
Martial Arts Frequency (martial_af) Instagram Photos and Videos

Martial Arts Frequency

@martial_af


Comment from Martial Arts Frequency:


Is USADA ready to test UFC fighters for this??? Reposted from @freedom_faction - CRISPR, a cheap and easy technique for making precise changes to DNA, has got researchers around the world racing to trial its use in treating a host of human diseases. But this race is not confined to the lab or to scientists donning the typical white lab coat. Last month, Josiah Zayner, a biochemist who once worked for NASA, became the first person known to have edited his own genes with CRISPR. Zayner’s experiment was intended to boost his strength by removing the gene for myostatin, which regulates muscle growth. A similar experiment in 2015 showed that this works in beagles whose genomes were edited at the embryo stage. He injected himself with a copy of his own DNA that had been edited using CRISPR to remove the gene. During a lecture about human geneticengineering that was streamed live on Facebook, Zayner whipped out a vial of edited DNA and a syringe, then injected himself. Now, following in his footsteps, other biohackers are getting ready to take the plunge and tinker with their own genes. This may seem a little crazy to some, but humans are (and should be) allowed to tattoo, pierce, or modify their bodies surgically to create any type of appearance. Genetic alterations should be no different. And Zayner wants to help other alter their DNA too. Zayner has made headlines for pushing the boundaries of do-it-yourself genetic experimentation, whether by trying to clean up his gut by inoculating himself with a friend’s fecal matter or brewing glow-in-the-dark beer. This time, the biohacker claims he’s the first person trying to modify his own genome with the groundbreaking gene-editing technology known as CRISPR. And he’s providing the world with the means to do it, too, by posting a “DIY Human CRISPR Guide” online and selling $20 DNA that promotes muscle growth. Zayner himself admits that his experiments over the last year haven’t visibly changed his body. And experts claim that there are risks. People could infect themselves, or induce an inflammatory reaction. But to Zayner, whether or not the experiment actually works is beside the point. 🖐🏾More in comments👇

4 Days ago
The A-Ha Moment Podcast (theahamomentpodcast) Instagram Photos and Videos

The A-Ha Moment Podcast

@theahamomentpodcast


Comment from The A-Ha Moment Podcast:


75% of your immune system is BEHIND your gut. Most inflammation, skin issues and brain fog is more likely due to what you’re eating! Find the cause don’t bandaid the problem !

4 Days ago
Mr Felix (marketingwiththanhpro) Instagram Photos and Videos

Mr Felix

@marketingwiththanhpro


Comment from Mr Felix:


CRISPR, a cheap and easy technique for making precise changes to DNA, has got researchers around the world racing to trial its use in treating a host of human diseases. But this race is not confined to the lab or to scientists donning the typical white lab coat. Last month, Josiah Zayner, a biochemist who once worked for NASA, became the first person known to have edited his own genes with CRISPR. Zayner’s experiment was intended to boost his strength by removing the gene for myostatin, which regulates muscle growth. A similar experiment in 2015 showed that this works in beagles whose genomes were edited at the embryo stage. He injected himself with a copy of his own DNA that had been edited using CRISPR to remove the gene. During a lecture about human geneticengineering that was streamed live on Facebook, Zayner whipped out a vial of edited DNA and a syringe, then injected himself. Now, following in his footsteps, other biohackers are getting ready to take the plunge and tinker with their own genes. This may seem a little crazy to some, but humans are (and should be) allowed to tattoo, pierce, or modify their bodies surgically to create any type of appearance. Genetic alterations should be no different. And Zayner wants to help other alter their DNA too. Zayner has made headlines for pushing the boundaries of do-it-yourself genetic experimentation, whether by trying to clean up his gut by inoculating himself with a friend’s fecal matter or brewing glow-in-the-dark beer. This time, the biohacker claims he’s the first person trying to modify his own genome with the groundbreaking gene-editing technology known as CRISPR. And he’s providing the world with the means to do it, too, by posting a “DIY Human CRISPR Guide” online and selling $20 DNA that promotes muscle growth. Zayner himself admits that his experiments over the last year haven’t visibly changed his body. And experts claim that there are risks. People could infect themselves, or induce an inflammatory reaction. But to Zayner, whether or not the experiment actually works is beside the point. 🖐🏾More in comments👇🏾Transhumanism

5 Days ago
Mind Ascension (mind_ascension) Instagram Photos and Videos

Mind Ascension

@mind_ascension


Comment from Mind Ascension:


They are calling this shit "transhumanism"😒..now lets use INTELLIGENCE.. It's a absolute FACTS they have tons tons tons tons of black WOMB-MAN placenta/stem cell..PINEAL glands BLACK BLOOD tons of DNA from all YALL sending you DNA to RECESSIVE to tell you what TRIBE your from🙄😌😒 ETC ETC ETC.. Do we really think none of this is BEING USED mixed ETC ETC.. Smfh..like I keep saying ALL THAT MATTERS RIGHT NOW IS DNA and frequency!!! They KNOW THIS & you tryna claim nationality or unified all black PPL😒 SMFH..I've said this a million times these are the ENDCYCLES they have no time to depend on INTERRACIAL AGENDA ETC..now they must LITERALLY edit there DNA & inject themselves with ANYTHING THEY CAN including your DNA.. Once again they KNOW WHATS HAPPENING...MINDASCENSIONYOUTU I break this down many ways...Read this RECESSIVE story hereCRISPR, a cheap and easy technique for making precise changes to DNA, has got researchers around the world racing to trial its use in treating a host of human diseases. But this race is not confined to the lab or to scientists donning the typical white lab coat. Last month, Josiah Zayner, a biochemist who once worked for NASA, became the first person known to have edited his own genes with CRISPR. Zayner’s experiment was intended to boost his strength by removing the gene for myostatin, which regulates muscle growth. A similar experiment in 2015 showed that this works in beagles whose genomes were edited at the embryo stage. He injected himself with a copy of his own DNA that had been edited using CRISPR to remove the gene. During a lecture about human geneticengineering that was streamed live on Facebook, Zayner whipped out a vial of edited DNA and a syringe, then injected himself. Now, following in his footsteps, other biohackers are getting ready to take the plunge and tinker with their own genes. This may seem a little crazy to some, but humans are (and should be) allowed to tattoo, pierce, or modify their bodies surgically to create any type of appearance. Genetic alterations should be no different. And Zayner wants to help other alter their DNA too. Zayner has made headlines for pushing the boundaries of do-it-your

5 Days ago
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cool_hand_luke799

@cool_hand_luke799


Comment from cool_hand_luke799:


Repost @freedom_faction ( @get_repost) ・・・ CRISPR, a cheap and easy technique for making precise changes to DNA, has got researchers around the world racing to trial its use in treating a host of human diseases. But this race is not confined to the lab or to scientists donning the typical white lab coat. Last month, Josiah Zayner, a biochemist who once worked for NASA, became the first person known to have edited his own genes with CRISPR. Zayner’s experiment was intended to boost his strength by removing the gene for myostatin, which regulates muscle growth. A similar experiment in 2015 showed that this works in beagles whose genomes were edited at the embryo stage. He injected himself with a copy of his own DNA that had been edited using CRISPR to remove the gene. During a lecture about human geneticengineering that was streamed live on Facebook, Zayner whipped out a vial of edited DNA and a syringe, then injected himself. Now, following in his footsteps, other biohackers are getting ready to take the plunge and tinker with their own genes. This may seem a little crazy to some, but humans are (and should be) allowed to tattoo, pierce, or modify their bodies surgically to create any type of appearance. Genetic alterations should be no different. And Zayner wants to help other alter their DNA too. Zayner has made headlines for pushing the boundaries of do-it-yourself genetic experimentation, whether by trying to clean up his gut by inoculating himself with a friend’s fecal matter or brewing glow-in-the-dark beer. This time, the biohacker claims he’s the first person trying to modify his own genome with the groundbreaking gene-editing technology known as CRISPR. And he’s providing the world with the means to do it, too, by posting a “DIY Human CRISPR Guide” online and selling $20 DNA that promotes muscle growth. Zayner himself admits that his experiments over the last year haven’t visibly changed his body. And experts claim that there are risks. People could infect themselves, or induce an inflammatory reaction. But to Zayner, whether or not the experiment actually works is beside the point. 🖐🏾More in comments👇🏾Transhumanism

5 Days ago
Exposing Lies & Sharing Truth (freedom_faction) Instagram Photos and Videos

Exposing Lies & Sharing Truth

@freedom_faction


Comment from Exposing Lies & Sharing Truth:


CRISPR, a cheap and easy technique for making precise changes to DNA, has got researchers around the world racing to trial its use in treating a host of human diseases. But this race is not confined to the lab or to scientists donning the typical white lab coat. Last month, Josiah Zayner, a biochemist who once worked for NASA, became the first person known to have edited his own genes with CRISPR. Zayner’s experiment was intended to boost his strength by removing the gene for myostatin, which regulates muscle growth. A similar experiment in 2015 showed that this works in beagles whose genomes were edited at the embryo stage. He injected himself with a copy of his own DNA that had been edited using CRISPR to remove the gene. During a lecture about human geneticengineering that was streamed live on Facebook, Zayner whipped out a vial of edited DNA and a syringe, then injected himself. Now, following in his footsteps, other biohackers are getting ready to take the plunge and tinker with their own genes. This may seem a little crazy to some, but humans are (and should be) allowed to tattoo, pierce, or modify their bodies surgically to create any type of appearance. Genetic alterations should be no different. And Zayner wants to help other alter their DNA too. Zayner has made headlines for pushing the boundaries of do-it-yourself genetic experimentation, whether by trying to clean up his gut by inoculating himself with a friend’s fecal matter or brewing glow-in-the-dark beer. This time, the biohacker claims he’s the first person trying to modify his own genome with the groundbreaking gene-editing technology known as CRISPR. And he’s providing the world with the means to do it, too, by posting a “DIY Human CRISPR Guide” online and selling $20 DNA that promotes muscle growth. Zayner himself admits that his experiments over the last year haven’t visibly changed his body. And experts claim that there are risks. People could infect themselves, or induce an inflammatory reaction. But to Zayner, whether or not the experiment actually works is beside the point. 🖐🏾More in comments👇🏾Transhumanism

5 Days ago
🌎🌎🌎🌎Jae Martin 🌎🌎🌎🌎 (jaeasana) Instagram Photos and Videos

🌎🌎🌎🌎Jae Martin 🌎🌎🌎🌎

@jaeasana


Comment from 🌎🌎🌎🌎Jae Martin 🌎🌎🌎🌎:


Bulletproof Labs in Santa Monica with Katrinbiohackyourbody biohackingbosslady biohackers biohackthehumanbrain biohackingsuccess biohackhumans biohackyourhealth biohackingisawesome

5 Days ago
Cert Bulletproof Store & Coach (thenakedbiohacker) Instagram Photos and Videos

Cert Bulletproof Store & Coach

@thenakedbiohacker


Comment from Cert Bulletproof Store & Coach:


Naked in the sun! vitd bulletproof coach

5 Days ago
Robert Oliver (adaptiveoptimizer) Instagram Photos and Videos

Robert Oliver

@adaptiveoptimizer


Comment from Robert Oliver:


Another supplement that I find incredibly important to take daily. Complete breakdown in the bio - if you have inflammation issues (and you probably do); Cryotherapy can change your life.

5 Days ago