Detoxing from dogmatic dietitian education and attitudes for a mind wide open
But first, “you must unlearn what you have learned” YODA
Biohacking is a new buzz phrase that is poorly understood. Many feel it’s futuristic while others see it as a gimmick and fad. But what is it really? Could healthcare and medicine just be biohacking by another name? Biohacking is said to be the art and science of modifying your internal and external environments to harness the power of your biology, with the goal of optimizing your health, mind, body, and spirit. Biotechnology scientist Oksana Andreiuk breaks it all down for us and demystifies this seemingly out of this world phrase.
More about Oksana Andreiuk
Oksana is a biohacker, biotechnology scientist, and speaker. She’s on a mission to bring biohacking and anti-aging science to the mainstream and to help individuals optimize their mental and physical performance.
Her ultimate vision is to extend healthspan and lifespan.
“I believe everyone deserves to feel 10/10, every single day.”
It’s this vision that inspired her to found Biohacking & Longevity TO, where she hosts educational events and provide a platform for live discussions.
“I’m passionate about the future of healthcare and optimizing the human potential.”
She has a long-standing interest in the applications of biotechnology, analytics, and the science of aging, holding an HonsBSc in Genetics, a Master of Biotechnology, and a Certificate in Management of Enterprise Data Analytics from the University of Toronto.
She has a deep knowledge of the healthcare industry having worked in private, non-profit, and public health sectors across Canadian and US markets for over 6 years.
Are you ready to feel 10/10, every day?
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