How the website content is managed, curated and researched – including our affiliate policy
If you don’t know about me already, my name’s Adrian and, as much as I’d love to do everything myself, it’s just not possible, so I rely on others to help me make this the best possible resource when you want to hack biohacking.
Simple – to help people like you, and the other members of the hackbiohacking.com community, make better decisions. There are so many experts, ideas, products, services and alternative or conflicting points of view out there, so it can be confusing, expensive, time consuming and overwhelming to sort through all the options and advice.
Please remember however that you’re your own person. There’s no way we can guarantee your results, we’re not all doctors or scientists, and we don’t know your individual situation, so you should always make up your own mind when it comes to biohacking, and if necessary or if you’re at all unsure, you should seek professional advice, – we can’t do it for you, but we’re here to help you get from where you are now to where you want to be, and support you on that journey.
What We Do
We practice what we preach. We try new things. We spend our own money. We invest our own time. We extensively research products, services and companies. And we sift, sort, curate and edit all this to give you our honest opinion.
Our job’s never done either, we don’t just try something and share our thoughts, we’re constantly refining things to make each article better, more helpful to you and as up to date as possible – this is a fast moving subject and we need to keep up with it so you don’t have to.
Occasionally we may be given products or services to try, we may also, but not always, receive an affiliate commission on some of them from Amazon and other retailers, if you decide to buy them using the links on the website. When you click on these links, you’ll see that the link URL contains a small extra piece of text which identifies that the click came from us – this text is called an “affiliate code”, and it means that we get a small percentage of the money you spend if you choose to buy that product, or, in some cases, other products from the site soon after using that link. Please be assured the “affiliate code” doesn’t increase the price you pay.
From time to time we may also reach out to those selling the products and services we review and ask them to offer our readers a special discount, as we want to save you money, if they say “Yes” then you’ll see the way you can claim the discount on the relevant page.
Affiliate commissions help cover some of the costs we have, build a better website, try more things, review more products, reach out and educate more people, make the website and associated products and services better for you and the other people in this community, as well as making sure the website remains free to you – so thank you.
Your trust is the most important thing to the team and I, which is why we never let people selling products or services, or their sales, marketing or public relations representatives dictate what we share, what we say and how we rate products, companies or services.
We’re proud of the fact that we are independent.