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Date registered: January 17, 2012

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  1. Obese Man Fasted For More Than A Year — May 30, 2017
  2. Russell Westbrook’s Paleo Diet — March 30, 2017
  3. Tsimane Tribe of Amazon Have World’s Healthiest Hearts — March 22, 2017
  4. UN – World’s Happiest Countries 2017 — March 20, 2017
  5. Tantric Buddhism — March 13, 2017

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  1. UN – World’s Happiest Countries 2017 — 4 comments
  2. My Favorite Breakfast – Egg scramble with salmon and veggies — 3 comments
  3. Cavemen Didn’t Get Cavities..But Why? — 2 comments
  4. 1 Mile Kettlebell Walk Challenge — 2 comments
  5. Are We All Ethical Monsters? — 2 comments

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Feb 08

The Awakened Ape Now Available on Paperback

My book the Awakened Ape is now available on paperback. It’s 280 pages, yet people have been telling me they are finishing it one sitting! Check it out. The Awakened Ape – paperback

Feb 07

Tom Brady and Gisele’s Diet — Pretty Paleo

An interview with Tom and Giselle’s chef at revealed their diet. Here is the chef in his own words. Campbell: So, 80 percent of what they eat is vegetables. [I buy] the freshest vegetables. If it’s not organic, I don’t use it. And whole grains: brown rice, quinoa, millet, beans. The other 20 percent …

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Jan 25

Paleo Diet Better than ADA Diet for Type 2 Diabetes

A recent Study Published in European Journal of Clinical Nutrition compared two groups of diabetic patients over the span of a few weeks. One group was given a Paleo diet to eat, comprising lean meats, vegetables, fruits, and nuts. The other group was given the diet recommended by the American Diabetes Association (ADA) which contained low-fat dairy, …

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Jan 17

Richard Dawkins and Sam Harris in conversation.

Two of the world’s greatest minds in conversation. Dawkins, especially, is at the top of his game here. The first minute of this conversation includes a poem Dawkins wrote about his recent stroke. It’s absolutely sublime. Topics they discuss: Memes Genetics and IQ Religion The Biology of Race How to Find Meaning without Religion.   …

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Jan 08

What Sport has the Fittest Athletes?

People often debate, what sport produces the fittest athletes? Is it cyclists, marathon runners, gymnasts, Cross-fitters? In order to properly answer this question we must define fitness, which is different than athleticism. Athleticism = Fitness + Coordination + Sport related Skills. Fitness = The ideal mix of endurance, strength, and flexibility. Some people may question …

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Nov 22

What is Biohacking?

How does one become happier? How does one become healthier? How can I function at my best? How can I be more focused, calm, and productive? Biohacking takes the mystery out of human well-being. At it’s core, the philosophy of biohacking is that human beings are biological machines, and that human well-being is not an …

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Nov 20

The 10-Minute Hotel Room Workout

Here is a simple workout that I came up with while staying in a tiny one room cabin in the middle of the woods during a meditation retreat. It requires very little space, and no exercise equipment. So it’s perfect for when you are traveling, only have a few minutes to spare, or can’t get …

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Nov 20

Are We Really the Smartest Species?

Homo sapiens are regarded as far and away the smartest species on the planet. So much so, that religious people have thought for centuries that man’s place in the universe is something special. Even, that the universe must in some way be created for us. No other species has the control over nature that we …

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Oct 02

The Awakened Ape: The First Chapter

Here is the opening chapter to my upcoming book, The Awakened Ape: A Biohacker’s Guide to Evolutionary Fitness, Natural Ecstasy, and Stress-Free Living. Available for Pre-Order on Amazon Introduction The happiest people in the world don’t wear underwear. If they have clothes at all, it is either a simple sheath that covers their genitals or …

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Sep 29

The “I’m Naturally Fat” Myth

“It takes a lot of work for me to lose weight” “I’m a big person. If I just live normally, I gain weight. I have to be super strict with my diet and exercise if I want to be thin.” “As soon as I stop eating healthy and exercising, I balloon up” “It’s my genetics, …

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