Tom Naughton is one of the funniest low carb researchers on the planet. I love watching his stuff. He has a real knack for explaining things in a clear, concise, yet entertaining way. I don’t know where he gets this talent from, but I do know he’s dabbled in stand-up comedy. If you want to [...]
Here’s how to lower your cortisol levels. The first supplement you should take is a thing called phosphatedyl serine. It has an affect of lowering your cortisol levels. The other supplement to take is DHA, also good for lowering your cortisol levels.
Take both at night when your cortisol levels should be at their [...]
Hypertrophy specific training is a technique that claims to be based on actual scientific principles backed up by research! More can be found at: Hypertrophy-Specific Training
Here are my quick notes for the program:
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What happens if you don’t eat for 382 days? That’s what one man did, and as far as I know, it’s the longest ‘fast’ ever. I’ve known about this particular case for quite a while, but every time I go looking for information about it, I have a hard time finding it . So I’m [...]
In an earlier post, I talked about the supplements I use to help sleep. These supplements are based on experiments I’ve done on myself. Basically, I just recorded what I took, slept, recorded how I slept and how I felt in the morning, made a slight change to the supplements, and did the whole thing over again [...]
I’ve been experimenting with creating the perfect sleeping potion. For me, that would mean that it knocks me out fast, I sleep through the night, and I wake up feeling good rather than groggy, drugged, or hung-over. For several nights, I’ve been taking different combinations, and recording my results; each time making slight changes to [...]
Over the past week, I’ve been trying to remedy some problems I’ve been having with getting enough sleep. Specifically, I’ve been staying up too late watching TV. That makes me too tired to get much done at work the next day, so I leave work as early as possible, go home, and then I’m too [...]
I invented a simple but awesome tool to keep my nostrils open. It’s really simple. I just took a thick straw I got from a Burger King milkshake and cut it into nostril-sized chunks. Then I stick the pieces into my nostrils and viola: I can breathe like a normal person.
So the deal with [...]
I took Ginger back to the vet to get checked out again and it turns out that with the infection going away, the vet was able to find and remove a foxtail.
I’ve been working on my routine for waking up and getting out of bed recently, and I think I’ve made a break-through. Instead of thinking as waking up as an instantaneous reaction to my alarm, I now think of it as a process that takes a lot of time. Using 4 environmental cues to make [...]