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Why I “Megadose” on Vitamin D

I’ve got the scary quotes around megadose for a reason. The truth is that when I take 10,000 to 15,000 international units (IU) of vitamin D, I’m trying to mimic what my body will produce on a sunny summer’s day with my shirt off. I don’t see it as a true megadose since this is…

Attacks on Keto – Women’s Health

Oh boy, you know you’re in for a hit piece when this is the tagline, “It should not be looked at as a long term or lifetime type of diet.” When you marry it to the headline, “Is The Keto Diet Actually Bad For You? Experts And Real Women Weigh In” you’ve got the recipe…

Sacred Cow – Are We Eating Too Much Meat?

That’s the question kemosabe. According to our authors, there is a perception that Americans are eating too much meat. They conjure up the image of a giant T-bone hanging over the side of the plate. Early in this chapter, Rodgers and Wolf also point out that a lot of Americans equate meat with beef. Apparently,…

COVID-19 mRNA Shots Are Legally Not Vaccines

So says Dr Mercola in his discussion with Dr Judy Mikovits; she’s a molecular biologist. These are the key takeaways: By referring to COVID-19 vaccines as “vaccines” rather than gene therapies, the U.S. government is violating its 15 U.S. Code Section 41, which regulates deceptive practices in medical claims The mRNA injections are gene therapies…

Roasted Parsnips in Goose Fat

“And these are…parsnips” “What the f*ck is a parsnip?” I don’t cook these for myself anymore, even though they are the most delicious vegetables around. They are far better than roasted carrots. I make them for my better half. When I do, this old Dave Chappelle skit is always bouncing around in my head. Apparently,…

Invermectin: A Miracle Cure that Went Down the Orwellian Memory Hole?

I usually don’t post on a Saturday, but I came across a fascinating video about Invermectin, a cheap, widely available drug that could have stopped the pandemic last year. What happened? The story is both infuriating and depressing. It even involves the old war criminal Donald Rumsfeld. Dear Reader, if you are someone who cannot…

Sacred Cow – Chapter Two

Poor Mokolo the gorilla. Obesity, high cholesterol, high blood pressure and heart disease were all killing this animal. It also had the testosterone levels of a typical “Soy Boy” and developed OCD-like behaviour: obsessive hair plucking. The staff at the Cleveland Zoo couldn’t figure it out. Eventually, they stopped feeding him “fortified fibre biscuits” and…

Dinner Like a Pauper – Working Well

Just a brief post today. This technique has really helped my morning glucose readings. I haven’t followed it religiously because I’ve had the odd normal dinner; however, when I have eaten dinner like a prince, it’s been a lot earlier (4:00 to 5:30pm). This has had a very positive effect on my morning reading too.…

Finding Good Chicken

I almost had a line on really good, free-range, local chicken. I came across a gentleman at my town market a year ago who was so proud of his chickens that he regaled me about just how slow-grown, and properly free-range they were. You could taste it too. The skin was delicious and the chicken…

Sacred Cow – Meat as Scapegoat

“How about restaurants in 10-15 years start treating carnivores the same way that smokers are treated? If they want to eat meat, they can do it outside the restaurant.” So said Christiana Figueres, the former execute secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. This is a good jumping off point for chapter…

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