[Image from infowars.com] I often (half) joke with friends that if someone were to rob me and ask me for my wallet or my phone, I’d much rather give them my wallet and stay with my phone. I am just as dependent on that thing as much as you. Men are fifty percent of the… [Read More]

The demand for grass-fed meats has grown exponentially within the last two decades. That’s because many diets like the paleo diet and more recently the Carnivore diet staunchly promote eating animal products as a major source of food.  For review, a paleo diet (also known as a paleolithic diet or the caveman diet) consist of… [Read More]

The Holiday Mindset I enjoy the holidays Outside of the hustle and bustle and excess, often unnecessary spending, I enjoy food and drink with family and friends. But I know I have to “pregame” before the festivities. I can’t go to cold the party. What do I mean by that? Besides what most of us… [Read More]

The organic food market in the United States hit $45.2 billion up from$26.7 billion in 2010. But let’s get right to the point; is organic food better, yes or no? I think the answer is yes and no. Allow me to explain. The word “Organic” unlike the word “Natural” actually means something in food production.… [Read More]

Imagine for a second that you undergo a prostate biopsy, and the results come up positive for prostate cancer. You then proceed to get your prostate removed so that you don’t succumb to the disease. The prostate gland is then sent to a pathologist to determine the location of cancer and how aggressive it is,… [Read More]

All cells of the human body require energy in the form of Adenosine TriPhosphate (ATP) to support life. If you remember way back in high school, you learned that the mitochondria are the “powerhouse” of the cell as it produces the majority of ATP. When the mitochondria are impaired, its malfunction is implicated in the… [Read More]

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