I'm really not too sure what I was expecting this product to be. I just thought to myself, "Well it's basically just a modern derivative of a mushroom. Okay; I'm okay with that." Even though I felt a bit strange about eating some science creation, I was convinced it was better for me, and better for the planet. While the planet argument may still be up for debate, the health argument should be officially squashed. . .
Here I list 7 of my current favorite Columbus vegan spots to grab dinner.
It’s now been almost two years since I’ve been experimenting with the Bulletproof diet, especially bulletproof coffee. Though I am not a proponent of copious amounts of butter, grass-fed or not—I am a big fan of Brain Octane™. In short, it's worth the money.
What is the Controversy? If any of you listen to Joe Rogan, you may have heard him denounce Dave Asprey awhile back for "unethically using his platform (podcast)" to talk about his patented, low-toxin coffee manufacturing process. If you read Gizmodo at all, you may have seen their article, which is one of many denouncing … Continue reading Is Bulletproof™ Coffee Legit, or a Scam?
Don't Fall Into the Iron Trap! It is a huge misconception within the health industry to think one needs to eat grass-fed steak or chicken liver in order to maintain optimal levels of iron. In fact, when you take a look at the foods that have the highest level of iron per 100g servings, you'll … Continue reading You Don’t Need Meat if You’re Iron Deficient
This is as much of a personal journal entry as it is public information, but some things have been weighing on my mind that I feel I need to address. The topic I am referring to is branched chain amino acids (BCAA’s) and ZMA supplementation. Although I am a fan of nootropics, in general, I … Continue reading Personal Entry: BCAA and ZMA Review