After applying testosterone gel, men make quicker decisions based on intuition rather than deliberation.
Time slows down when you’re running hard.
Kids are more engaged at school when they’re barefoot.
Episode 186: Craig Ballantyne: Host Elle Russ chats with Craig Ballantyne, health and fitness author, Men’s Health contributor, and creator of the revolutionary Turbulence Training program.
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How reading is essential for our souls, and we’re not doing enough of it.
Health screenings aren’t just mostly ineffective. They might actively harm.
What was so special about grains? The answer will make sense to anyone who has ever filled out a Form 1040: grain, unlike other crops, is easy to tax… Only grains are, in Scott’s words, “visible, divisible, assessable, storable, transportable, and ‘rationable.’ ”
The word of the day is “solastalgia.”
Being in nature feels so right because we are nature.
There’s a class action lawsuit against Costco for labeling its Kirkland Extra Virgin Coconut Oil as “healthy.”
No class action suit against this stuff, though.
I wish I had it together like this guy: Steve Kalin.
I love hearing what Primal Health Coaches are doing with their clients.
Article I found interesting: How rising carbon dioxide levels may be creating fast-growing “junk food” plants.
I’m not even a big Star Wars guy, but I kinda want that Death Star medicine ball: Onnit releases Star Wars-themed workout gear.
One year ago (Sep 17– Sep 23)
“Wait, my grass-fed ribeyes, sautéed kale, roasted asparagus and caramelized onions are unpalatable? I guess I’m heading to Burger King, then.”
– Sorry to break the bad news, Ed in ketosis.