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Bill Gates — Most Dangerous Philanthropist in Modern History?

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While philanthropy is considered noble, some philanthropists appear to be doing far more harm than good with their donated millions. Bill Gates, who cofounded Microsoft in 1975, is perhaps one of the most dangerous philanthropists in modern history, ha…

Why Flavonoids Are the Key to a Sharp Mind

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Recent research has again highlighted the importance of eating a wholesome whole foods diet. Fruits and vegetables are rich in flavonoids, bioactive compounds that have anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and cytoprotective properties,1 known to benefit bot…

Isolation Camps in New York State: Tyrants Plan to Appeal

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This story is about a very brave attorney who’s defeated New York State isolation camp regulation. It is also about the need to act — since we are not out of the woods yet, and the NYS Governor and Attorney General have promised to appeal the Judge’s d…

How to Get Motivated to Work Out

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When you look around at why so many people are out of shape and unhealthy these days, it’s not because they don’t know the importance of physical fitness. Of course they do, and of course they know that working out would fix many of their issues. The problem is they have no motivation to work out. The most important part of working out isn’t the specific program you follow (or don’t). It’s not what leg exercises you do. It’s not whether you train with free weights, machines, or bodyweight. It’s not deciding between cardio, weight lifting, cycling, or running. It’s actually getting into the gym and doing the workout. The most important part of the workout question is being motivated to actually work out. Because the best workout is the one you’ll do consistently. You can have all the knowledge in the world, access to all the best equipment, take all the supplements and protein powder, but if you can’t actually motivate yourself to work out, it will all be for nothing. If you have trouble getting yourself motivated to work out, keep reading for some tips and tricks for getting the motivation you need. Make your workouts more playful and interesting. The greatest type of motivation is intrinsic motivation: the kind that emerges from within. Dogs are intrinsically motivated to eat food because food tastes good and their desire for it is deep-seated. Children are motivated to explore the world around them because the world is new and endlessly interesting. The desire comes from within. If extrinsic motivations like “lift this much weight” or “lose this many pounds” aren’t helping you find the motivation to actually workout, doing something fun and/or engaging as a workout will. Maybe you want to pick up a sport. Or surfing. Or martial arts. Or mountain biking. For me, my favorite “workout” is paddle boarding, playing Ultimate Frisbee, and riding my fat bike along the beach. All fun, all excellent ways to exercise. And the cool thing about this is that you quickly realize doing more formal workouts in the gym will help you get better at the fun workouts, too. These days I train in the gym to enhance my playing. Get a workout buddy. Humans are social animals. We aren’t meant to go through life alone. We aren’t meant to perform difficult physical tasks alone. Hunters work together. Physical laborers labor together. Soldiers go to war with their comrades. Everything physical in life, with few exceptions, works better and is more enjoyable with other people involved. One of the biggest reasons CrossFit is so successful is that it gives you a community to train with. You show up to the workout of the day and you know there will be some friends suffering right along with you. This dilutes the suffering and enhances the positive effects, keeps you going when the going gets tough. Pay for a trainer. Putting money down on a trainer for a few months of sessions is a way … Continue reading “How to Get Motivated to Work Out”

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Shooting Starlings: How the Masters Curate the Flocks

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In a recent essay,1 Renée DiResta, who researches “pathological information systems”2 and “the spread of malign narratives” at Stanford Internet Observatory,3 reviewed online crowd behavior in response to curated information. The metaphor she uses is t…

Quercetin and Vitamin D — Allies Against Coronavirus?

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As the outbreak of novel coronavirus, COVID-19,1 continues into its third year around the world,2 researchers are still feverishly searching for effective remedies, for both the original virus and its substrates. According to a February 15, 2020, Natur…

Will Those Who Made Fentanyl Now Get to Sell the Vaccine?

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On November 14, 2022, the University of Houston announced positive results from a single animal study in which they tested a vaccine against fentanyl.1 Fentanyl, a synthetic opioid, was developed in the 1950s to help cancer patients but today is often …

2022 Primal Holiday Gift Guide

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year… to find the perfect gifts for friends and loved ones that will bring genuine smiles to their faces. No pressure, of course.  In all seriousness, many of us are torn between wanting to get great gifts for the people in our lives (gift giving is one of the love languages, after all) and not wanting to buy stuff just for the sake of having something to wrap. That’s why this year, the Primal team put our collective heads together and came up with a list of gift ideas to help you check off your holiday list lickety-split. The ideas below are aimed at helping everyone live their best Primal lives—get outside, eat great food, use your brain, take care of your body, reduce stress, and generally #LiveAwesome! * Note, this post does not contain affiliate or sponsored links. Gifts for the Great Outdoors To take to the mountains: Embrace the cold! The right gear makes it easy and fun to stay active outdoors even in these chilly winter months: Cleats (like these) that strap over shoes or boots make winter hiking and trail running safer Rechargeable hand warmers replace single-use warmers and keep your fingers toasty You can never have too many warm socks. Check out Pacas, Darn Tough, and Bombas (a certified B-corp that donates socks for every pair purchased).  A small portable stove like a JetBoil can go in a hiking pack for trailside hot chocolate or a warm meal on a cold outing. It’s also a year-round essential for backpacking. Maybe include a few Primal- or keto-friendly prepared meals. For beach days: Or pool days or lounging in your yard days… Reef-safe mineral sunscreen (Learn more about safe sun exposure, then head to the EWG Sunscreen Guide to find a good brand.) Weatherproof padded blankets are great for kids and adults Turkish towels replace bulky traditional beach towels (this brand is women-owned and affordably priced) A portable chair with cooler does double duty Everyone can use a reusable stainless steel water bottle to stay hydrated (this one funds national park projects) For any environment: A light-up leash or collar will keep pooch safe on walks when the days are short Local, state, and national park passes support public lands and encourage your loved ones to get outdoors Portable solar chargers are also great for travelers Gifts for Foodies Eco-friendly: Replace single-use plastic with reusable shopping bags and produce bags (look on Etsy for fun options made from upcycled fabrics) Stasher bags for leftovers and lunchboxes Shop local: Gift memberships to local CSAs or co-ops Local cheese or wine shops, coffee roasters Quality ingredients: Turn up the flavor with spice blends and marinades Every home cook needs Primal Kitchen Avocado Oil Spray and sharp knives Busy folks will love the Ninja Speedi for making quick and easy meals You can never go wrong with a Primal Kitchen Gift Card! Curl Up with a Good Book Book recommendations from the Primal … Continue reading “2022 Primal Holiday Gift Guide”

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Scientists Struggle to Explain Why COVID Spared Unjabbed

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The globalist cabal that invented and drove the make-believe COVID narrative is facing growing problems, as holes in the logic just keep getting larger over time. Case in point: The irrational promotion of vaccine equity.1

According to the World Hea…

Sperm Counts Are Declining at Accelerating Rates Worldwide

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An impending fertility crisis is upon us. Men experienced a 50% to 60% decline in sperm counts from 1973 to 2011, according to a 2017 study published in Human Reproduction Update.1 That study included men from North America, Europe, Australia and New Z…

Landmark Study Finds Masks Are Ineffective

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The first randomized controlled trial1,2 to assess the effectiveness of surgical face masks against SARS-CoV-2 infection specifically — which journals initially refused to publish — finally saw seeing the light of day in November 2020.

The so-calle…

Former Pfizer Science Officer Reveals Great COVID-19 Scam

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I’ve written several articles about scientists and medical doctors who question the official narrative about the COVID-19 pandemic and the global measures put into place because of it, from useless testing, mask wearing and social distancing, to lockdo…

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