According to an often cited study from Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School, having money will make you happy, but at the equivalent of about $75,000 a year the "happiness effect" hits a plateau. No matter how much more than $75,000 per year a person makes, they don't report any greater degree of happiness. Of course, when we talk about happiness we’re not discussing … [Read more...] about Getting Shredded
Recently, I’ve seen images of lions used as memes to suggest that somehow being in the wild and eating nothing but meat and not "caring about calories" or "worrying about eating windows" is the key to being ultra-lean and muscular. Want to be a lion? Live like a lion. But is it true? First, let’s all just take a moment to be awed by these giant cats. They are both … [Read more...] about Eat like a lion
I've described Eating Responsibly as Eating Like An Adult. My view is that we’ve all had our turn being kids, which means we’ve had our turn eating like kids. We’ve had our ice-cream birthday parties and our stomach aches from eating too much candy at the movies. We’re adults now. Time to eat like it. This means being aware of what you’re eating and how … [Read more...] about Eating Responsibly
Nutrition is a weird thing, driven by our traditional cultural foods, the desire for health, weight loss and muscle growth, but obscured by the desire to belong to a group, and the ever changing public perception of the "right way to eat". It’s almost impossible to say how you should eat. And to be honest, the science doesn’t really help that much either. A large amount … [Read more...] about How should you eat?
Can you drink alcohol during a fast? I assure you I'd love the answer to be yes. As a person who practices intermittent fasting once or twice a week, I can tell you that there have been days were I've considered breaking a fast solely for a nice pint of Guinness. It doesn't happen often, but when it does, I will think of every excuse in the book outlining why I should be … [Read more...] about Alcohol and Fasting