Hopefully this article will ruffle some feathers…or scales… I’ll start with the core negative functions of omega 3 and then discuss some of its other “benefits” such as creating different … Continue reading Why Omega 3 should be avoided and what to use/do instead
Why can some people eat a high carb diet and flourish? Why does some nootropics work for some but not for others? Why does one person get great results from … Continue reading An optimal metabolism: a look at the furnace within
Do you know if your company is turning a profit or not if you don’t check the sales and expenses? Do you know you’re going in the right direction if … Continue reading Count yourself to better health
I’m no fan of fasted training and fasted training is all the rage these days. Have you ever heard how fasted trainers or low carbers often say that when they … Continue reading The best pre-workout carbs for athletes for maximal exercise performance
Animal products are considered a luxury…a rich man’s food. When there is abundance, meat and animal products are eaten in abundance, but when there is poverty, animal product intake is … Continue reading Why Animal Foods should be a Necessity and not a Luxury
Intermittent fasting has been all the buzz these last couple years. Whether it be for energy, cognition, fat loss, or even longevity, it’s almost always recommended. As if it’s some … Continue reading Why intermittent fasting actually works (it’s not what you think)
Happy gut, happy life! A disordered gut is being linked to more and more health conditions. Ranging from autoimmune conditions, brain and psychiatric disorders to hypogonadism, hypothyroidism, stress hypersensitivity, etc. … Continue reading The one gut bacterium you have to boost (and here’s how)
Milk fat can be good for you. Surprise! The fat in milk has long been demonized due to being high in saturated fat. In the U.S., during the 20-year period … Continue reading Fat up the health benefits with dairy fat
Is there estrogen in milk and should it be a concern? There is actually estrogen present in milk, because some of the cow’s estrogen is transferred into the milk. Since … Continue reading I got 99 problems, but the estrogen in milk ain’t one
Starches are richly found in most common foods in the diet, such as in potatoes, rice, sweet potatoes, grains, wheat, corn and other grains, beans, etc. and is often thought … Continue reading My starch free and zero fiber experiment
Fiber has long been thought to be essential for satiety, for that full feeling. It slows digestion, distends the intestine (and I’m not even talking about gas yet) and positively … Continue reading Do you really need fiber to feel full? Do yaaah?
If I have high triglycerides, should I stay away from fruit juice? Triglycerides are a blood marker that doctors keep an eye on. Elevated triglycerides are associated with cardiovascular risk, … Continue reading Does fruit juice increase triglycerides?