Let's be real… with the inevitable tidal wave of wine and matzo from Passover or the ham and mashed potatoes from Easter, that Coachella body of yours is in dire need of a reset. I am going to run through a quick explanation of how to recover from your cheat weekend...Read More
Fats make you fat… the foundation of the nutritional advice over the last 50 years. Boy how they were wrong. An entire industry, founded on making low fat, “healthier” alternatives to already popular products, ironically causing an epidemic of obesity and type 2 diabetes. Marketing around health foods is hands down some of the most misleading propaganda being spewed in modern society. In my humble opinion, the misconception around dietary fat and its role in a healthy diet is the missing link to putting America back on track towards diminishing the wave of chronic disease that is plaguing the general public.Read More
Butter and oil in your coffee? That’s kinda weird, right? Why yes, yes it is rather strange. But, it’s healthy, effective, and freakin' delicious. I look forward to waking up every morning, not only because I know I’m about to feel like Superman (ladies, think Wonderwoman), but also because Bulletproof® Coffee is a totally tasty treat.
Why do you need Bulletproof® Coffee in your life? So many reasons…Read More
Dave Asprey's The Bulletproof Diet is more than a diet book; it is a healthy lifestyle book with the science to back it up. Dave does a good job of breaking everything down into relatively simple terms, while still providing explanations for the chemistry and biology behind his methods. In other words, he doesn’t just tell you what to eat - he explains how to eat/prepare it, when to eat it, and (most importantly) why to eat it (or not eat it).Read More
Experimenting with different nutritional ideologies as well as supplementation theory over the past ten years has led me to the following baseline theory: your body is a chemistry set. There are many ways to get to a certain ‘compound’ if I may; however, each method comes along with its own set of parameters and reactions that you must experiment with...
Fast forward a few years - experimentation with Intermittent fasting led me to put some real research into insulinogenic effects of different types of food. I was sick of being hungry all day at work, and was looking to trade in my Michelin Certified Physique for that 8 pack. Lo and behold, Fats are not insulinogenic (I'll get into this in another article). Wait, so you are saying that I can eat fats to sustain energy without spiking my insulin, thus keeping my body in a fat burning zone while not breaking my “fast” and still perform in the gym? …LIGHTBULB.Read More