Memento Mori Memento mori (Latin: “remember that you can die”) is the medieval Latin theory and practice of reflection on mortality, especially as a means
Research Diabetics have a 2.5 fold chance of developing cancers once they’re on the ‘progressive disease train’ of standard diabetes management. I always assumed that
Is weight loss simply Calories in VS Calories out? Not if you consult circadian biology and look at things from an evolutionary standpoint.Part of tuning
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3730314/?fbclid=IwAR3GgibMc7f7RDdVsT7y6GgK-iHsfHxcmcOZT-Cgrbjwmt9kQB1Tbp7fNb0#!po=8.78378 This is a fantastic study using non-medical methods to look for possible root causes for a medical phenomena. These researchers used an industrial sector
It’s safe to say we all know that fried food is bad. It is generally explained that it is bad because it is calorically dense,
What I’m Reading:If you’re like me, and look at evolutionary biology as a compass for how we can all rediscover health, you sometimes wonder why
In the excellent book Shoulder Pain?: The Solution and Prevention, Dr. Kirsch outlines an extremely simple method for relieving, healing, and even restructuring the shoulder.
NSAIDs (tylenol, etc) prevent an athlete from realizing their full physical potential by blunting the feedback mechanisms (inflammation and pain response post training) which dulls
Fatalism—Things that have happened or are happening are beyond our control, as it was fate. Accept that. You can’t be anywhere but where you are right now.
Evolutionary Biology and General Health I am pretty thoroughly convinced that optimal health practices can be ascertained by looking at evolutionary biology. If we view