Elastin as a Key Measure

Potential Vulnerability Elastin   Relevance as Vulnerability Does not regenerate as readily as essentially any other tissue (currently vetting this claim) “It’s a very important molecule to longevity and quality of life as you age, but your body only manufactures it under very specific conditions, and it includes a lot of hormones, and we just […]

Upward Limits

“First thing to get is that predation, parasitism and cooperation are all natural consequences of the same natural phenomena – life must seek assyemtrical benefit to survive. From there – cooperation because it multiplies agency through aligning agents, opposed to predation and parasitism which reduces net agency, provides the only strategy (application of natural phenomena) […]

Saturated Fat

“Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading global cause of death, accounting for 17.3 million deaths per year.” -Presidential Advisory From the American Heart Association, 2017 Claim 1 – “lowering intake of saturated fat and replacing it with unsaturated fats, especially polyunsaturated fats, will lower the incidence of CVD. “ Suggests DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop […]

Vegetable Oil

Significance: Primary driver of inflammation because it hits the brain and nervous system as well as elastin with significant destructive capacity? What to isolate as a unit of measure (health as maximized symbiosis and agency)? Claims for Canola Low Sat Fat Reduces cholesterol Claims Against Canola Process of Inflammation Results from the study (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10974055) Fragility […]

Inflammation and Focus

Good: Clean eggs, meat, vegetables, white rice, clearing lymph system, mitochondrial efficacy, tai chi, antioxidants, balanced stress Bad: Modern wheat, meaningless suffering, vegetable oils (generally)?, Monsanto vegetables?, factory/grain-fed animals? http://blog.taoist.org/blog/new-summary-tai-chi-research-share-health-care-professionals/ http://bulletproof.com http://selfauthoring.com/ ESPN: Bone broth soup helping Los Angeles Lakers’ Kobe Bryant Farm-to-Consumer: LA Lakers Eat Grass-Fed: An Interview with Cate Shanahan, Nutritionist for the […]

Optimization and “Bucky”

Still under production… just some interesting ideas that need developing. Pre-frontal coretex for scheduling and optimization Begins with purity of intent… truly optimize? Fuller on Nature’s Imperative to growth Buckminster Fuller was the architect and systems theorist, most well known for his geodesic domes.  Optimization was one of main topics of inquiry and he applied […]

Notes on the Form Within

Superego as Psychological Representation Resulting from Fundamental, Interpersonal Nurturing Rather than Oppressor “The ‘superego’ is therefore a process during which society, in the role of a caretaking person, tries to meet and help satisfy drive-induced needs, not to suppress them. This is contrary to the ordinary interpretation given today which holds that the ‘superego’ acts […]

Grass-Fed Meat

http://www.mindbodygreen.com/0-23063/the-5-biggest-reasons-you-should-eat-grass-fed-meat-if-you-arent-already.html “Grass-fed looks similar to grain-fed meat, tastes (somewhat) similar, and smells the same, but it’s simply the most nutritious meat you can buy. It’s lower in toxins and packed with more powerful antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, and fats and is hands-down better for the environment than grain-fed meat.”