What are humans designed to eat?

What are humans designed to eat?

What are humans designed to eat? This should be the most basic question underlying all dietary recommendations. The answer needs to take into account many facets like anatomy, physiology, and evolutionary history. In exploring this question there is 1 really big hint…(and it’s been right behind our eyes!) I first gave this hint in an…

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Ketosis vs Ketoacidosis

Ketosis vs Ketoacidosis

Ketosis vs Ketoacidosis – What’s the Difference? Perhaps you doing a ketogenic diet or considering one? Maybe even the carnivore diet? Perhaps you started a ketogenic diet, got the “keto flu,” did some research and are now worried about ketoacidosis. I tried to clear this up in a tweetstorm and an instagram story (saved under “ketoacidosis”)…

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Dots…

Dots…

“You can’t connect the dots looking forward; You can only connect them looking backwards.” -Steve Jobs For the few people who dare to step up to the plate, dare to swing, dare to miss – an unseen consequence is “laying down invisible dots.” At the time you can’t see how these dots can ever connect,…

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Keep Swinging

Keep Swinging

Keep Swinging: “Hey if you get up to bat, and you take a swing, good for you for stepping up to the plate and swinging. Because most people won’t do that. Most people will just stay on the side line, watch the other players. But they don’t dare step on the field, don’t dare step…

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How to Get Started with Bitcoin for the Nontechnical

How to Get Started with Bitcoin for the Nontechnical

Bitcoin for the nontechnical is almost an oxymoron. The complexity of getting started with bitcoin for nontechnical people seems to be an impenetrable barrier. Nontechnical people have been blocked from what could prove to be a once-in-a-lifetime financial revolution with bitcoin. An opportunity unlike anything we’ve seen. Luckily, I’m nontechnical and I navigated the maze…

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Go for it.

Go for it.

Go for it. “What is the point of tip-toeing to the grave?” This has been a life-motto, decision-making framework that I’ve used to make hard decisions. It’s human nature to seek out and hold on to safety, security, the known, the comfortable. It’s human nature to tell ourselves stories about why something we may love…

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