Whether you’re interested in cognitive enhancement, reducing stress, hacking sleep, or living a longer, healthier life, we can help you achieve your goals!
We believe that small changes to your lifestyle and diet can have a profound impact on your life. Even making tiny improvements to your diet, sleeping patterns, and supplement regime can yield dramatic benefits in health and performance.
On Open Health Tools, you’ll find advice on improving multiple different aspects of biohacking.
We believe that it is always best to take a holistic approach to natural human enhancement. Improving cognitive performance is great, and so is fixing your digestive issues. But doing both at the same time will always give you far better results than doing either alone.
Take a look at some of the areas we focus on and see how you can start upgrading yourself today!
Flexibility & Joint Health
Like gut health, flexibility, motility and joint health are usually overlooked – even by people who consider themselves “health conscious”.
But just like gut health, improving your flexibility and promoting healthier joints can have a much wider impact on your overall health and performance.
Protecting your joints from wear and tear allows you to train more consistently over long periods of time, which always yields optimal results. Significantly improving your flexibility and motility will enhance your athletic performance regardless of the sport you play.
Increasing your flexibility and reducing joint pain will also dramatically improve your quality of life.
There has been an explosion in the amount of research done on joint health and optimization over the last few years. A number of compounds have been identified as having massively beneficial effects on joint health.
You can find out more about natural joint supplements from some of our joint supplement reviews:
- Arthrozene review
- Flexoplex review
- Performance Lab Flex review
- Instaflex review
- Relief Factor review
- Osteo Bi-Flex review
- Flexitrinol review
We focus heavily on natural cognitive enhancement. For those of you who are new to natural biohacking, cognitive enhancement is the process of improving one or more aspects of your brain function.
It might mean focusing on improving your memory, sharpening your focus, or building a more robust response to stress.
We strongly recommend taking a holistic approach to cognitive enhancement.
So instead of just trying to heighten focus and concentration or improve memory retention, we think you should aim to enhance multiple different brain functions at the same time.
Total brain enhancement almost always gives you results that are far beyond what you can achieve just focusing on one area of brain performance.
The easiest way to improve multiple aspects of your cognitive performance at the same time is to use natural nootropics. Nootropics are substances which positively affect brain function without causing side effects. The best nootropics can make a tremendous difference to your day-to-day cognitive performance.
Here is some of our most popular content related to brain optimization:
Most people looking to enhance their performance overlook their digestive health, but this is a huge mistake!
Your gut has a direct and significant impact on the rest of your body. More precisely, the state of your gut microbiome affects everything from stamina and recovery time to cognitive performance and mood.
A significant number of people living in the developed world today have poor digestive health. A diet lacking in fiber and high in red meat, alcohol and processed sugar is not conducive to a healthy gut microbiome!
Thankfully, fixing your gut microbiome is incredibly simple. For most people, it means eating a diet higher in soluble fiber and lower in bacteria-killing toxins (red meat, processed sugars, alcohol, etc.) and excessive quantities of fat.
For people who struggle to incorporate more water soluble fiber into their diet – or those of you who need faster results – prebiotics are a great option.
Prebioitics deliver large doses of specially selected fibers which promote the growth of friendly gut bacteria strains. They are preferable to probiotics, which contain exogenous bacteria strains that wont necessarily fix your gut problems.
Read some of our most popular pages on prebiotics, probiotics, and gut health:
In our experience, the most effective method of enhancing any one aspect of your health or performance is to ensure that you have a solid base.
By that, we mean ensuring that your overall health and performance is optimized before trying to enhance any one part of your performance, be it cognitive function, sleep, flexibility, or anything else.
This is because even the most powerful nootropics will have limited impact if your sleep quality is poor, if your brain doesn’t have the basic nutrients it needs to function, or if your digestive system is causing systemic stress and inflammation.
Optimizing your health and performance should start with the basics, and that usually means sorting out your diet, exercising regularly, and setting the right foundation for your supplement regimen.
Using a high quality MCT oil in place of things like butter or processed vegetable oils can significantly improve multiple different aspects of your health and performance at the same time. Check out our page on the best MCT oil on the market to learn more.
There are lots of low-quality, generic multivitamins on the market today. So ubiquitous are multivitamins that they now sell them at most supermarkets.
Most multivitamins are completely worthless. The serving sizes are low, the ingredients aren’t easily absorbed, and the balance of vitamins and minerals is totally off.
But there are a small number of multivitamins that are genuinely worth the money. They use higher-quality ingredients with exact nutrient ratios. Check out our guide for finding the best multivitamin for men if you’re interested in generally supporting health, immune system function, physical performance, and cognitive function – all at the same time!
Check out some of our most popular reviews of multivitamins and health supplements: