SPARK Biohacker Summit in Toronto (October 2018)

2018 SPARK Biohacker Summit Toronto If anyone is interested, Toronto is hosting it’s very first biohacking summit in October (14th and 15th). The summit originated in Europe but now we’re having it annually! I’m going to be there, hopefully finding some sneaky ways I can make myself feel somehow better. Not that I feel like I need to feel better… but who knows! There will be cutting edge anti-aging technology, so that’s enough to get me interested. Everything from psychedelics (micro-dosing or Read More

New Community Page (Forum)

Hey Everyone! I’ve finally attempted to make a forum (the comment sections are blowing up!) Make sure you’re registered. Login. Join the conversations in the forum. Currently, there are none Comment if it’s working (or if it isn’t – like I said, I am not particularly computer savvy).

Really important read – Paleomedicina – Evidence the beef diet works

“We believe that the PKD is the only evolutionary adapted diet for humans. Rehabilitation of chronic diseases is most effective when the diet is limited to our real physiological needs. Eating fruits and vegetables does not form part of our physiological need but are associated with risks.” (PDF) Therapeutic protocol of Paleomedicina Hungary. Available from: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/323151200_Therapeutic_protocol_of_Paleomedicina_Hungary This place (Paleomedicina) has actual doctors prescribing a high fat meat diet to successfully treat chronic disease. With hugely positive results (much more effective Read More

More Articles

https://www.livestrong.com/article/13714521-the-carnivore-diet-is-going-all-meat-right-for-you/ https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2018/08/the-peterson-family-meat-cleanse/567613/ https://www.mtlblog.com/news/meet-the-26-year-old-canadian-woman-who-is-advocating-a-controversial-all-beef-diet https://www.livekindly.co/jordan-peterson-all-meat-diet-dystopia/

Flare-ups caused by a cold/flu and plane rides

So I’ve noticed more and more that when I get sick I get a flare up. I knew this before but it’s changed a bit. I used to get sick every single time I flew. It would be a fever and it would last about two days. Sometimes it would evolve into bronchitis. Literally every time I flew. It happened to dad too. We’d travel, be in bed for 2 days with a fever, and then be fine. So I Read More

Some of The History Behind The “Low Fat Diet”

I’ll start with a quick overview: Unsaturated fats: Monounsaturated fatty acids have one double bond and polyunsaturated fatty acids have two or more double bonds. Foods like vegetable oils are high in polyunsaturated fats. Unsaturated fats will be liquid at room temperature because of the double bonds in the carbon chain. Saturated fats: Saturated fatty acids have no double bonds in their molecular structure. Food like animal fats are high in saturated fats. Saturated fats will be solid at room temperature Read More

Response to the Nutritionist Rhiannon Lambert and Independent Article

I’ve decided to write a response in response to Rhiannon Lambert’s Instagram post mentioning me. (And the subsequent article scene here). The Instagram post doesn’t bother me that much, but even the picture of her posing with a pen is a tinyyyyy bit aggravating. I’m getting pretty sick of hearing about my “reported” arthritis… I’ve copied parts of her Instagram post. They’re in bold: “More energy. Less body fat. You can even cure depression and arthritis’, well that’s what American Read More

Objectively tracking RA symptoms on a carnivore diet

In 2005, I was diagnosed with severe rheumatoid arthritis at the age of 18. I was unable to hold a pencil, could barely walk, and was in constant pain. Other notable symptoms included extreme fatigue, depression & anxiety, brain fog, and sleep problems.

The next four years were pretty ugly; I was maxed out on Methotrexate while concurrently taking high doses of Prednisone, Leflunomide, and Humira. Despite being on multiple heavy-hitting meds, I was still struggling with basic day-to-day tasks. Due to my poor response to treatment, the inclusion of an IV treatment such as Remicade was also under discussion.

Thankfully, I avoided Remicade and have slowly reversed my disease over the last 10 years using diet, movement, and functional medicine. I’ve successfully dropped 3 out of 4 meds while lowering my disease activity significantly and hope to eventually be in full remission.