General Health

Boosting Autophagy: Unlocking the Body’s Natural Recycling System

Introduction Autophagy, a term derived from the Greek words “auto” meaning self, and “phagy” meaning eating, is a cellular self-cleaning process. It plays a pivotal role in maintaining cellular health by breaking down and recycling dysfunctional organelles, misfolded proteins, and other waste materials within cells. Imagine your cell as a bustling city. Over time, buildings become old, roads deteriorate, and equipment becomes outdated. Autophagy is like a municipal cleanup crew […]

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10 Things Women May Not Know About Menopause: A Deep Dive

Menopause: a word that stirs mixed feelings and is shrouded in myths. While it’s a natural part of ageing for women, many of its intricacies remain elusive. So, let’s debunk the unknowns and empower ourselves with facts and actionable biohacks. 1. Menopause Can Start Earlier Than You Think Fact: Studies show that 1 in 100 women experience early menopause before the age of 40. Biohack: Regular ovarian reserve tests can […]

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Calories, Shmalories: Unveiling the Myth Behind the Calorie-In-Calorie-Out Model (And Why Muscles Rule!)

Introduction  Ah, calories—the tiny units of energy that have haunted dieters for ages. We’ve been led to believe that weight management is as simple as balancing the calorie equation: calories in versus calories out. But here’s the truth: the calorie-in-calorie-out model might not be the be-all and end-all solution we’ve been searching for. Brace yourselves as we explore the limitations of this conventional wisdom and reveal why building muscles deserves […]

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