The National Academy of Fictitious Accomplishments

I've had some exciting things come my way recently. Men's Journal published my essay, "Life Without Sex," yesterday The Oregonian featured an Op Ed I wrote, and now I'm so incredibly proud to announce that the National Academy of Fictitious Accomplishments (NAFA) has named me The Healthiest Sick Person in America. I must say, after a... Continue Reading →

Supplement Advice With a Grain of Salt

The supplement industry is a billion dollar industry, it's no wonder the average American spends $30 a month on supplements while some dish out hundreds. The source behind this frivaless and at times, completely useless spending are supplement companies and their pipeline of promoters and distributors. It's pretty difficult not to come across an advertisement... Continue Reading →

Diversity is a Good Thing

These days there are so many diets available. SO MANY! There's Paleo, there's Vegan, there's South Beach, there's Pritikin, there's Raw, how many "there's" are allowed in one sentence? Pretty much any method of consuming calories that one could desire is already designed and available to try. Each methodology has its own set of rules... Continue Reading →

Where is Your Food From?

I was at Oliver's Market the other day. A strong proponent for local agriculture, the soul of their company is creating relationships with local farmers and vendors. On this day, I was talking to one of the butchers about the growing local food movement. We discussed how it's pretty cool to know where you're food... Continue Reading →

Lifestyle Improvements

It seems to me that there are two ways of looking at living a fit-lifestyle. Those that live unhealthy lifestyles usually have some combination of constant drugs, alcohol, tobacco, sedentariness or unhealthy eating in their life. For these people, the first step is to look towards lifestyle improvements and living healthily. This approach has a... Continue Reading →

Food For Thought

The other day I got to thinking about food and the way humans associate with it. Foremost, we have a strong taste sense associated with the food we put in our mouth. This is undoubtedly a huge part of why we love and crave it so much. So...I pondered that thought for awhile and naturally... Continue Reading →

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