I received my glucose meter in the mail yesterday from Amazon. The timing couldn’t have been better because I have had a two week period that I have fallen off drastically with my intake protocol. Two things where happening. The first is I was getting too lean. I didn’t feel safe staying Ketogenic (a fat burning state). Second I just felt like taking a break from having so much dicipline all the time. I aslo was doing some very unscientific tinkering with adding Gluten back in, but that is another subject all together. Since January 2014 I have taken part in my first biohack taking my body from 12% body fat to 6% body fat while increasing my net body weight 6lbs to 149 from 143. Continue reading “Ketosis 2.0”
I hung my head as the final piece stacked up on the screen. Another year, another crushing loss in the Semi-Finals of the NES Tetris world championships. Yes, you read that right. The NES Tetris world championships is a thing. I placed 4th this year. For the better part of my life I have spent an excessive amount of time playing tetris. In the past two years my interest has shifted to biohacking for optimal health. For the last 3 years, the NES Tetris World Championship has been hosted by the Portland Retro Gaming Classic in Portland, Oregon. Read on to find out what happened.
“Fed Up” attempts to bring about change in the eating habits of Americans. The content of this film was predictable, but I gave it a chance. I hoped this movie would take a chance and actually make a statement. Instead it meandered on. Pontificating on politics and conspiracy theories about the “big food”. While that information is relevant, I feel that focus caused a missed opportunity to answer the most important question for the viewer. How do I eat better? Continue reading to get my take on the film. Continue reading ““Fed up” Left Me Fed Up”
We arrived to the Vail lake park to the ominous sight of a massive cloud gathering in the valley. As the sun rose above the hillside, it was hard to make out what the cloud actually consisted of. The air was too dry and we were to far east for it to be fog. It turns out is was a dust cloud generated from all of the cars driving in the extremely dry dust bowl parking lot. Water trucks drove around to dampen the earth to no avail. I knew seeing this, it was going to be a difficult morning.
Continue reading “Nutrition for the Spartan Beast”