Watch that your earbuds don’t burn off with
the heat of this week’s show! Yes, it is the the (ever so slightly
bonkers) chilli challenge – and this is the woman who – up until
last summer – would no more eat spicy food than retrain as an
astrophysicist . I also talk about body hacking and
*Hilarious Idea of The Week*
Ever wondered what to do if you were unfortunate enough to lose
half a finger in a motorbike accident? Why, turn your misfortune
upside down by transforming said missing digit into a USB stick.
Yes, ladies and gentlemen - it is a true story. Watch the video
A finger USB stick is bodyhacking - optimising (and I use term
loosely) your body using technology. Biohacking is more about
optimising your body using medical, nutritional and physical
advances. The big, extreme biohacking invetions make big news - but
I want to focus in this episode on much more basic, simple
biohacking techniques you can implement today for virtually
The Chilli Challenge is one such technique. The point is that
you eat more chilli than is comfortable for you in order to get an
Listen as I take you through the discomfort and
safe-for-compulsives high of the chilli challenge. Is it worth it?
Only you can decide.
Reclaim your life from food. Harriet Morris, The Eating Coach, uses psychology, neuroscience and her own brand of humour to help you achieve up a 95% drop in binge and compulsive eating and sugar addiction. How? By ditching diets, refusing to slavishly follow other people's truth and connect to your power that you are currently giving away to the nearest deli counter.
Harriet was a food rebel for over three decades, living under the shadow of compulsive eating and sugar addiction. Turning 40 changed everything for her. She rejected self criticism in favour of curiosity and dismantled 95% of her eating compulsion and dropped 3 dress sizes in the process.