Archives for March 2012

You Are A Radical, And So Am I: Paleo Reaches The Ominous “Stage 3″

By J. Stanton | June 15th, 2011 Reposted from As the Mahatma Gandhi once said: “First, they ignore you. Then they laugh at you. Then they fight you. Then you win.” The paleo movement grew slowly for many years in the obscurity of Stage 1, and spent perhaps a year in Stage 2 being […]

The Luck of the Irish – John Lennon

Paul Stamets at TEDMED

Mushrooms are amazing!

Chopped Liver

Chopped Liver?  Really, James?  Can it get any worse than liver? Well, beside the fact that liver is loaded with vitamins, I think its a taste that you can learn to love.  Like coffee, for instance.  Do you remember the first time you tasted coffee as a child?  Yeah, bitter yuck! Anyway, those of you […]

How to Hard Boil an Egg

In the past, I’ve always felt like its a crap shoot when I try to hard boil eggs.  How long should I cook them?  Do I boil the water first and then add the eggs, or add the cold eggs to cold water at the start?  Are there any tricks that will make them easier […]

The Sociopath Next Door – By Martha Stout

The Sociopath Next Door, by Martha Stout enticed me to sign up for an account with last summer.  The audiobook is narrated by Shelly Frasier, and the audio quality is excellent. I found this book to be an excellent introduction to a topic that I consider to be one of the keys to understanding […]

Your Brain On Ketones: How a High-fat Diet Can Help the Brain Work Better

Emily Deans Psychology Today Mon, 18 Apr 2011 07:06 CDT The modern prescription of high carbohydrate, low fat diets and eating snacks between meals has coincided with an increase in obesity, diabetes, and and increase in the incidence of many mental health disorders, including depression, anxiety, and eating disorders. In addition, many of these disorders […]