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If you aren’t familiar with Dr. Ray Peat, he is a biologist that most notably writes in support of sugar. The tricky part about sugar is that both alternative medicine practitioners and western medical doctors are united on the same front of considering it unhealthy. People may be inclined to[…]

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Throughout my years of public school, I had my faction of friends that got me through until I graduated high school. The sentiments declared by cliché yearbook signings like “we will always be in touch!” or “see you next semester!” disappeared and now I talk to only a handful of[…]

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I am a curious person by nature. I like to learn about people and ask a lot of questions.  When I was in college, this curiosity often got in the way of my “higher” education of memorizing information for tests; ninety percent of which I wouldn’t use in my daily[…]

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I enjoy learning about variations of healthy movements, ones that can heal and soothe the nervous system. I came across Original Strength from a suggestion on YouTube.  Rapid progress is one of the benefits this method promises and after doing just a few of the videos, I felt immediate reduction[…]

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Photo by Tyler Derosier

Recently, I came across this quote by Tolstoy from the book Anna Karenina, “All happy families are alike; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.” After reading that, for some reason I immediately thought this, “All healthy people are alike; each unhealthy person is unhealthy in her/his own[…]

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A long, long time ago, I lived in Salmanca Spain for a few months to study Spanish. One thing I learned while I was there was what it was like to live without a car. Salamanca is an old city with a maze of streets and alleyways. Life is set[…]

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“Yes, that is correct. I will not be attending Drexel University.” Fifteen years of school melted down to a sentence less than five seconds to say sure puts things in perspective. I thought I was all set, come fourth quarter, senior year of high school. I walked around the hallways[…]

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The other day I heard the song “Don’t fear the Reaper” on a television show.  I was reminded of the awesomeness of the song and the next time I was on my computer, I looked it up on YouTube.  Pretty soon I was sucked into the vortex of YouTube suggestions[…]

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Spheres and Spirits(1)

In the Mind-Body Connection interview, Karen had asked Dr. Ray Peat if the mind can reliably activate cellular metabolism. Although acknowledging that it is one of the mind’s basic functions, he mentioned the capability of that basic function will be limited, when we are essentially governed by a certain imposed[…]

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April Fool’s day is one of my favorite days of the year, better than even my birthday or Christmas. I have always enjoyed playing jokes on people since I was a kid. I don’t know if it has something to do with the fact that I was born on Halloween,[…]

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