The human body operates of itself. You don’t need to think about how to properly fire your nervous system, or to regulate your blood flow, or to grow your hair in order for these things to happen. In a sense, you do these things without you. You lose weight when you do not eat. Your muscles repair and grow while you are resting. As long as you stay out of your own way … [Read more...] about The Human Machine
Comfort zones can be tricky… sometimes you think that being comfortable means taking the easy way, but in reality comfort can also be found in the complicated… Take diet for example... Comfort is both easy (eating the same foods you always eat) but comfort is also complicated… it’s more "comfortable" to explain away eating habits with insulin theory, … [Read more...] about Comfort Zone Reset
In 1948, the World Health Organization took a stab and defining health; they said that health was, "A state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity." Despite the fact that this definition is vague, unmeasurable, and practically unattainable, it’s still the definition the WHO uses today. Generally, I think we … [Read more...] about A new definition of health
Today I was asked, "What do you do when a friend asks you for advice on losing weight?" Here’s the honest answer, “I largely ignore the question and try to change the topic or deflect it away any way I can.” This is just from my experience, but 99% of the time the person in question does not want to lose weight, they want to weigh less... These two things (losing … [Read more...] about What Do You Do When A Friend Asks You For Advice On Losing Weight?
I’d like to share a story by Heinrich Boll, it’s been adapted over the years, but this is the basic theme: A businessman was on vacation, visiting a small coastal village when one day, while walking along the white sandy beach early in the morning he came across a friendly looking fisherman who had just caught an impressive looking fish. “How long did it take you to catch … [Read more...] about The Fisherman