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Biological Age Testing and Stacking Stressors

After having used a 90% pesco-vegan diet to hack my lipid levels to optimal and sun/supplementation to double my Vitamin D levels in 2-months, I’ve been looking for my next health test, so I had to listen to the interview … [continue reading]

PUFA is Still the Common Enemy in Nutrition

It has been 4 years since I did my 3-part series on the problem with PUFA (Polyunsaturated Fats) that kicked off with The Common Enemy in Nutrition. Although I have altered my opinion on many things related to health … [continue reading]

Notes For the Survival of the Smartest Lecture by Diana Schwarzbein

Thanks to a comment by Diana, I was tipped off to the July 2014 Survival of the Smartest lecture (p1, p2). It fits in with the discussion on why Intermittent Fasting can feel good in the … [continue reading]

Dances With Carbohydrates

The hot topic on Paleo blogs these days is “the return to carbohydrates”. There is a slow but growing trend of those following a Paleo diet to abandon the low-carb approach to one with moderate carb intake. Although … [continue reading]

Mini Quiches With No Crust

This is for all you cereal eaters that don’t have the time and energy to make eggs in the morning. Make a tray or two of these crust-less quiches in the evening. Place them in the refrigerator and eat them … [continue reading]

CDC Confirms That More Exercise Hasn’t Helped Obesity Rates

From the story Big bummer! More 0f us exercise, but still fat:

More Americans are exercising but rates of obesity and smoking have not changed, according to the latest government data.

A survey by the U.S. Centers for Disease

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