Biohacking, or “wetware” hacking, is a type of do-it-yourself biology experiment. It can be about self-improvement, but it also deals with exploring and affecting the organic world around us.

“It means learning about stuff by building and trying to make things and seeing what happens,” according to Drew Endy, a professor of bioengineering at Stanford University who considers himself a biohacker.

A new field has emerged, called Biohacking advancing that we can hack your own biology, and gain control of systems in your body with the help of supplements and the goal to become the absolute best version of ourselves.

How Neo-Ren is that?

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