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September 3, 2019

“Blue Zones” are small pockets of peoples around the globe that contain a disproportionate number of individuals, relative to the general population, that live well into their 90’s and 100’s, fully functional and free from chronic diseases. For more information on Blue...

June 28, 2019

To be inquisitive is to be human. To be a part of a group for comfort, support and identity is also human. These two philosophies clash when our goal is truth-seeking. Why? Because to seek the truth may mean you have to leave the comfort of a group that identifies as y...

June 19, 2019

Within the conversations happening, mainly on Twitter, a commonly used trope is “Well, you’re biased blah blah blah.” There is so much of this universally unproductive language going around, it has made me think about the meaning of bias.

The definition of “Bias” is “pr...

March 2, 2019

A recent Rich Roll podcast and twitter thread have caused me to pause and reflect. I want to be a lifelong learner (reference to Rich Roll Podcast) and I also want to disseminate the most evidence-based health information possible. The Twitter thread linked above has c...

January 19, 2019


A recent interaction on Twitter with Low-Carbohydrate diet advocates Nina Teicholz and Tim Noakes on coronary artery disease gave me some insight into their nutrition world that I feel warrants a more thorough rebuttal than what I could have included in 140 characters...

November 24, 2018

It’s been one year since changing to WFPBNP (Whole Food Plant Based No Oil) and so many people have asked me how did/do I do it because you have seen such a dramatic change in me or because some of you are struggling with some of the things I was struggling with so I h...

September 15, 2018

I’ve see the nutrition debate this way; Imagine a football field, each ‘camp’ or nutritional philosophy in their respective end zones. They’re dug in, established and those who are passionate and outspoken are all yelling at each other. Of course, no one can hear the o...

September 15, 2018

Within the “Diet Wars” debate, the various dietary camps are making a critical, and sometimes disingenuous, error that is confusing the lay public and setting us back nutritionally. The conversation about what we should and should not be eating is becoming more reducti...

September 15, 2018

Over the years, I’ve identified some key factors that lead to successful health outcomes and behavior changes, whether they be micro health outcomes with the individual, or macro health outcomes within societies. This in no way is an exhaustive list, but I hope that th...

June 30, 2018

In 2003, I was 16 years old. A friend invited me to go for a bike ride on old converted railroad bed, and I was hooked! My first real bike was a GT Avalanche 3.0. I rode it so much, that it was soon replaced with my first road bike, a Trek 1200. Aluminum with beautiful...

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