Khadija is the first female biohacker joining us on the show.
I’ve focused very little on biohacking beauty and aesthetics. Beauty starts from within, so in this chat, we covered skincare tips, supplements, nootropics (cognitive enhancers), and the power of transmuting sexual energy.
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About Khadija Rossi
Khadija, the founder of Beauty Biohacking and a health coach, has created a system to help guide people in their pursuit of beauty & wellness. Through blending nutrition, supplements, exotic skincare products, and some advanced anti-aging tools, Khadija’s system is meant to not only create beautiful skin but ensure a healthy mind, body, and mood. As a health coach Khadija helps provide an organic path for unlocking your best self through biohacking.
Top things you’ll learn from Khadija
- Discovered nootropics through an ad promising mental performance enhancement for Full Stack Engineers
- Translating the dose of an ingredient in animal clinical trials to the human equivalent
- What is biohacking
- Types of biohackers
- Why she’s a fan of adaptogens and aphrodisiacs
- The one adaptogen that convinced her that they work
- Maca for improving outlook on life, mood, libido, and nourishment
- Blue Lotus
- Aphrodisiacs make you be and feel more alive
- Transmuting sexual energy
- The source of creativity, ideas, productivity
- Why she’s careful with her supplementation
- Smart supplementation & experimentation
- Start with low dosages
- Set goals and intentions of use
- Remember tinctures can be far more powerful than powders (see EP17: Clinical Herbalism & Household Remedies for details)
- Bioregulators are a powerful class of compounds with great potential and little risk
- Looking at supplements through two lenses
- How will it impact the liver?
- How will it impact digestion?
- Why Keto doesn’t work for her
- Nick eats 100 grams of carbs on active days and stays in ketosis
- Our views of modafinil
- Great nootropics
- Semax for clarity
- 9Me-Bc helps her nervous system recover (also helps reset stimulant tolerance)
- When feeling crappy can be a good sign
- Khadija’s core habits
- Skincare tips
- Using the right oil for your body
- HLA supplements for skin elasticity, pigmentation normalizing, and hydration
- Gua Sha massage
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Nick Urban is a biohacker, data scientist, athlete, founder of Outliyr, and the host of the Mind Body Peak Performance Podcast. He is a certified CHEK Practitioner, a Certified Personal Trainer, and a Performance Health Coach. Nick is a student of ancient medical systems (Ayurveda, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Hermedic Principles, etc), and modern science.
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