4 Biohacking Tips For Weight Loss

Most weight-loss plans require you to make huge changes to your lifestyle. These diets are as much a war of the mind as of the body. But retraining your mind to follow a few lifestyle hacks can contribute majorly to weight loss. Use these 4 easy biohacks to help your body detox better and lose weight.

It’s quite liberating to realize that you have way more control over your health than some people would have you believe. This idea of self-sustainability is at the core of “biohacking,” which isn’t nearly as scary or technical as it may sound.

What Is Biohacking?

Biohacking is about retraining your brain and purposely establishing new habits to change your biochemistry, which will influence the way you look, feel, and even think. The good news is that this can be done without making huge sacrifices with your lifestyle, depriving yourself of food and activities you love, or blowing a month’s paycheck on supplements you can’t even pronounce. To biohack effectively, you just need to shift your schedule around a bit to support your body’s circadian rhythms.

Four Biohacks You Can Start Today

The goal is to align your habits according to what your body naturally craves for rather than trying to force your body to work within your schedule. Dr. Kulreet Chaudhary, integrative neurologist and author of The Prime: Prepare and Repair your Body for Spontaneous Weight Loss, has identified 4 easy biohacks to support weight loss and overall health.

1. Go To Bed By 10PM

You may find this lifestyle tweak to be a lifesaver — even if you’ve been a serial night owl. Your body kicks into its natural detoxification cycle at around 10pm, meaning it wants YOU to turn off the lights and rest so that you don’t use up the energy it needs for the crucial detox. Getting to bed at this time will also help you avoid sleep deprivation, which can be devastating to your mental capacity and your hormones — specifically, the ones linked to stress and your appetite.

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Author: Curejoy-Editorial

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