What Do We Really Know About Health?
We “know” a lot, and most of it is nonsense. Empowering a person to take action on faulty knowledge is a really dumb idea.
Eating Plans: Everyone “knows” that a healthy diet is a low fat, high fat, low carb, high carb, high protein, low protein, high fiber, low fiber, salt-free, GFDF, vegan, lacto-octo vegetarian, pescatarian, fruitarian, Mediterranean, USDA pyramid, SCD, NuVal, Atkins, South Beach, Blood Type, blah blah diet. Right?
Exercise: Everybody know that a “proper” exercise program is: jogging, marathons, triathlons, walking, swimming, jumping rope, yoga, weight lifting, A-B-E, contact sports, 30 minutes a day/week/month, blah, blah program. Right?
We lost our operating instructions about 10,000 years ago, and are still looking for answers in all the wrong places. You won’t find them by taking a consensus of medical professionals, RDs, nutritionists, and other Western, Eastern, mainstream and alternative health gurus.
The answers, my friend, are blowing in the breeze â€“ Nature has all of them, and they look nothing like the consensus of today.
Why not see what happens if we follow nature and align ourselves with our evolutionary heritage?