17 You’ll breathe more eas­ily 18 You’ll hack your bi­ol­ogy (maybe) 19 You’ll find pills eas­ier to swal­low

A new study by the Euro­pean Court of Au­di­tors So­lu­tions for male-cen­tric prob­lems such as bald­ness and erec­tile dys­func­tion were hith­erto pur­chased in the dark re­cesses of the in­ter­net. Now, they’re be­ing repack­aged so pleas­ingly that you’d (al­most) be pr

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The “quan­ti­fied-self” move­ment is in­creas­ing in num­ber. “Ex­pect to see more health-mon­i­tor­ing tools avail­able,” says Mullins. “These will en­able you to iden­tify ev­ery­thing from the type of food you should eat to the amount of sleep you re­quire.” This is in spite of a meta­anal­y­sis that re­vealed sub­stan­ti­a­tion for the slew of DNA tests pur­port­ing to pin­point your op­ti­mum health reg­i­men is “cur­rently lack­ing”. Mean­while, US bio-hack­ing life­style brand Bul­let­proof has just se­cured $40m in fund­ing, with its but­ter-cof­fee cafés poised to make it “the mil­len­nial Star­bucks”. MH ad­vises tak­ing your but­ter cof­fee with a big pinch of Hi­malayan salt.

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