Dave Asprey’s Biohacking Conference Review

This post is a complete review of my experience at the Biohacking Conference, hosted by Dave Asprey, in Dallas, TX. I am grateful to have been provided with a VIP media pass to attend this incredible experience.

Hello friends! How are you? I hope you’re having a wonderful morning so far! I’m back in Tucson after an inspiring and transformative trip to Texas last week to attend the Biohacking Day.

To be completely honest, I’ve been feeling pretty bored with fitness and health lectures lately. There hasn’t been anything that has caught my attention and conferences are usually an opportunity to learn more about what’s happening in our industry and light a fire of inspiration. Conferences can be expensive in terms of travel, attendance, childcare, hotel, etc., and I haven’t seen anything worth it lately.

Then, they targeted me with ads for the biohacking conference, hosted by Dave Asprey and I immediately knew I wanted to go. The speaker lineup included many of my favorites and I’m a big fan of Dave.

Photos courtesy of the 10th Annual Biohacking Conference

Needless to say, I was very excited when I was offered a press pass to attend. While my assistance was provided, please note that this post is not sponsored and all opinions are my own.

Also, I have A LOT to say, so I’m splitting this into three separate posts and one podcast episode!

1) My review of the actual conference and whether I think it’s worth attending (this post)

2) A list of takeaways and things I learned from the various sessions (blog post will be published later this week and podcast will air next week)

3) My favorite gadgets from the conference, including biohacking strategies you can do at home for little or no cost (available early next week).

(with Gisela!)

Dave Asprey’s Biohacking Conference Review

So what exactly is biohacking?

“Biohacking is about taking control of your own biology, using science, data and technology to improve your health and performance. The Biohacking Conference brings together the brightest minds in the field to share knowledge, explore cutting-edge technologies, and empower people to become CEOs of their own health.”
David Asprey

I feel like biohacking is the next level for my friends who are already interested in health and wellness and who want to take their routines to the next level. We will continue to see more and more about biohacking as the industry is estimated to be worth $96 billion by 2030.

The conference and the speakers:

The Annual Biohacking Conference, curated by visionary Dave Asprey, is a transformative three-day event that pushes the boundaries of human advancement, performance and longevity, captivating attendees with thought-provoking keynotes and fully immersive experiences. . For over a decade, this conference has reigned as the premier gathering, connecting people with the world’s most innovative minds pioneering human optimization and biohacking.

The conference started with around 100 attendees 10 years ago and has grown to over 3,000 attendees, all passionate human beings with a desire to learn more about how to improve their health and longevity. In the keynote, Dave Asprey gave a speech on the “state of biohacking.”

Some of my notes from his keynote speech:

– There is no average age for biohackers; It varies between all ages.

– 60% of biohackers are women.

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– Hot/cold therapy can increase growth hormone 16 times.

– Strategies you can use to monitor over time to reduce biological age, including telomere testing, cellular health analysis, visceral fat, brain response time, walking speed (how fast you walk correlates with the length of your life), grip strength (I tried mine in the tech room!), focus on bioavailable proteins, stress reduction

– Plus very specific notes on what he does in his own routine, such as supplements (NAD, Spermadine, Urolithin A), lasers, follistatin, stem cells, Wasabi Method, and I’m sure he will detail it all in his Next Book.

Speakers at this event included many of my favorites including Dr. Will Cole, Dr. Daniel Amen, Dr. Anna Cabeca aka The Girlfriend Doctor, Jim Kwik, Dr. Sara Gottfried, Bo Eason, Gabby Berenstein, Dr. Joe DIpenza. , and more. It was one of those things where I couldn’t decide which session to attend because there were so many amazing options.

I’ll share some notes from the sessions I attended in an upcoming post and some of the things I learned while I was there.

They had keynote speakers, fireside chats, giveaways, and also Upgrade U sessions in smaller rooms. The Upgrade U sessions were held simultaneously, so you could decide which ones you wanted to attend and register in advance.

Some examples of Upgrade U sessions:

– Maximize your body’s protein functions and biohacking ROI

– Biohack your brain and achieve maximum performance

– Harness the regenerative power of your own stem cells

– The science and benefits of cryotherapy.

– Discovering the secrets of the longevity of our dogs and cats

– Exploring the benefits of PEMF and voltage

and much more.


The food was all Approved by Dave Asprey, and included a mix of protein, vegetables, healthy fats and grain-free desserts with organic ingredients. Although it was mass produced for a large crowd, the quality was excellent.

Day 1: Grass-fed burger with bacon (I skipped the bacon), greens, and chocolate mousse with cocoa nibs and berries

Day 2: wild salmon with herb sauce, mashed sweet potatoes, vegetables and a little red fruit

The hotel also had a special biohacking conference Curated menu with several options in the deli and restaurant. It was great to be able to order options that used organic ingredients and were made without seed oils. The care they put into the quality of the food was noticeable. Usually when you attend work events or conferences, there is some sort of food mix, and it was very easy to follow the nutritional habits that make me feel better while we were there.

The technology room:

THE WONDERLAND OF TECHNOLOGY. It was everything a health and wellness nerd like this (and all my best reading friends) could want.

It was huge and included vendors of nutritional supplements, food, blue light glasses, skin care, Danger coffee, saunas, Air Doctors, pillows, bedding, PEMF, lymphatic drainage, meditation, cold baths, cryotherapy, books, tests wellness, intravenous. , fitness equipment, so many things. Stay tuned for my favorite things I tried in the tech room, but here’s a sneak peek!

I loved the opportunity to experience new products in person and added quite a few to my suitcase and “buy as soon as possible” list.

The VIP room:

As media, my friend. giselle and I had the opportunity to access the VIP room. We were able to try more products with a much shorter line. They also had snacks, drinks, private booths and books from various authors, gifts for VIP guests.

VIPs also had the option to purchase a VIP dinner with Dave, and I say, based on the quality of the usual conference food, if you can do it, do it.

Dave Asprey himself:

When you follow someone online for so long, it’s hard to know if their online personality matches their energy and personality in real life.

Photo courtesy of the 10th Annual Biohacking Conference

With Dave, what you see is what you get. He has an incredible vibe and energy; He is the real deal. Although I was not able to meet him in person, I was impressed with all of his talks. He’s obviously very intelligent and has an inspiring story of healing, and he’s generous with the knowledge of him, what he’s currently doing and what he’s learned along the way.

He has some exciting things coming up next year and I’m excited to spread the word about his new book and update laboratories, which allows you to track over 100 different biomarkers and get real-time advice to improve your health and well-being. The app also syncs with your Oura ring, Whoop, or Apple Watch. (I’ll do a full review post after I try it!)

Is the Biohacking Conference worth it?

100000% yes.

I’m already looking forward to next year’s conference! It will be in Austin next May. I’m requesting a discount code so if approved I’ll post it here. I would love to see you there next year 🙂

So tell me friends: does this sound like something you’d like to attend? What is your favorite event (work or personal) that you look forward to each year?

hugs and kisses


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