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What is Fasting?

What is the difference between time-restricted, intermittent, and prolonged fasting? This blog is a conjunction of notes from the Tim Ferris podcast Exploring Smart Drugs, Fasting, and Fat Loss — Dr. Rhonda Patrick [00:13 to 00:28] and my experiments and research.  I highly recommend listening to this podcast if you have a few hours to spare; Dr. Rhonda

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My Success Story: Healing Injuries with Stem Cells

If you considering the Regenexx stem cell procedure, this article is for you. Firstly, my MRI reports (before and after): February 2015 MRI Report  January 2017 MRI  Secondly, what I’ve done: My Regenexx Stem Stem Success Journey I had a debilitating knee injury in 2015. Three top surgeons and most of the people I know recommended surgery.

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SOFLY Foolproof Formula To Cultivate Gratitude With Five Actions

Foolproof Formula To Cultivate Gratitude With Five Actions

Would you like to have a little more equanimity and happiness in your life? If your answer is yes, cultivating a little bit more gratitude will get you there. So, buckle up and read on.

Firstly, gratitude is not automatic! Our primitive lizard brain is constantly on the lookout for dangers. So even when things are brilliant, the lizard part of the ancient brain worries that the happy moment won’t last.

“I am too fat…I can’t get anything done…why did I get sick? I am just not worthy…I am stupid…, etc.”

Does any of it sound familiar? As we tend to focus on the negative aspects of our life situations, it is easy to become disillusioned. We stop counting our blessings when the universe doesn’t revolve around us. So, we suffer. We complain and get stuck in our daily existence. The default mode network (1) is set to run on negative frequency waves, and as we think negative thoughts, we bring more darkness into our minds, bodies, and lives.

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How Yoga Can Help with Rock Climbing

There are tremendous benefits of yoga practice. In fact, these benefits go beyond our mats. From dealing with your family to rock climbing, the practice builds mental and physical balance, coordination, and strength.  Yoga also provides a different perspective and reshapes how we undertake new endeavors.  As we focus on our breathing while in a

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How To Rebound From A Sports Injury

How to rebound from a sports injury. (My Healing Guide) This article is the next stage of my skiing love affair. 1) Face your despair and anger I’ve never been as angry when I busted my knee skiing. Why should I get an injury? Sports injuries are for the rest of the world. So, I

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My Skiing Love Affair

For many of us, skiing is better than the best friend, family or a lover.  When we aren’t skiing, we anticipate winter months as we crave the sweet solitude of the chairlift. We love going to the slopes. We count on the sport to quiet our anxieties, focus our minds, and make us happier, healthier, and saner. You can’t buy happiness, but

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