180 Got Robbed

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Welcome the newest edition to the 180 team, the rabbit-riding ‘rangler, none other than Rob A.  Rob will be helping out with the 180D Facebook fan page, leaving some great content over there and helping to answer people’s questions.  He’ll also be riding his giant rabbit across the internet to let people know about 180DegreeHealth.  Bless him.

This should free up a lot of my time to work on more major projects and work with people individually.  If you need to contact me, this is the new place to do that…

The official place to Contact Matt Stone

See you guys soon for a new post on Monday-ish.

Also, for any of you living in the Northeast California area, I will be appearing for a talk and workshop on June 23rd and 24th at the Greenlife Ecofest. Thanks to Victoria from Nourish Nutritional Therapy for landing me the gig.  Hope to see some of you nerds there!  If you can’t make it you can watch me battle John Robbins in a grueling armwrestling match on pay-per-view.

19 Comments

  1. I’m not sure what this post means? Then again, I’m new here. I just finished reading the diet recovery ebook after spending a week reading lots of posts.

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    • I’m replying to my own post that’s awaiting moderation. Ha! Actually, what I don’t understand is how the headline relates to the message. I guess the rest of it makes sense. :-)

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      • Hi, cia_marie :)

        The title refers to the fact that Rob has joined the 180 team, so (using his name as a verb) 180 has been “Rob”bed. You will get used to Matt’s crazy awesome plays on words. He’s sorta wacky that way.

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        • hi mitzi — thanks for your reply. Now it makes sense!

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  2. A talk with you is on my wish list. You have just made it more doable from me. Thanks! Talk to you soon!

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  3. Excellent. Just yesterday I was looking for the link to speak to Matt directly and couldn’t find it. I’m not going mad. And hi Rob!

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  4. Wow, Matt, that’s really awesome you’re letting people choose their own price. It just reveals your priorities and huge heart for helping people.. Personally, I thought $100/hour for your expertise and personal consulting was a steal. (No Rob pun intended.)

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  5. Rob A and his Hare for the win! Yeah Rob , now folks, I want to warn you.. Rob can eat massive quantities of food in a very short time. So just because he uses a bunny to get around do not get the false impression that he is a wuss. He is a badass in the Matt Stone tradition with a nod to buffet loving Chief. No mohawk. Yet.
    I LOVE YOU Mattie, Miss you too. We need some pancakie love around here.
    xoxoxo
    the hag who did not attempt to walk across Niagara Damn Falls on a wire cuz I know better

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  6. Hey Tanya! Thanks Deb. I’m working on my Chief-like eating prowess. And big thanks to Mateo for bringing me into the 180 fam. I’ll do everything I can to get the words of our main man here reaching far and wide.

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    • You know I have your back Rob A! xoxox

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  7. Wooooo!!!
    That’s really all I wanted to say.

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  8. why the hair loss and greying of hair matt? shouldn’t your high metabolism have prevented that??

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    • Hey Matt. I’ve been following you for a while now, thanks to a gal on the T-Tapp forum who started a thread that has gone on forevah. Having bought your package that includes the metabolism, diabetes, set point and kitchen books, I must say that I am experiencing some rather wonderful results in the temperature and blood sugar areas. The weight is even coming down sloooowly. But that’s okay.

      Anyhoo, thanks for making this offer to folks. I think it’s a wonderful idea.

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  9. whens the new ebook coming out(granted this is totally off topic)? :D

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  10. IMO, if hairloss is in your genes, there’s no stopping it. If hairloss is caused by a slowed metabolism or some type of nutritional deficiency then I guess it could be corrected with proper diet. I know people who’ve been under tremedous stress, both physical and emotional who have amazing heads of hair. I know people who are borderline anorexics who have amazing heads of hair. I don’t think there’s anything that can be done nutritionally to slow/stop hairloss if nutrition isn’t the cause.

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  11. Well, to be fair, Matt has talked about how other gurus have looked and aged. In particular, he pointed out pictures of Doug Graham that were about 5 to 7 years apart. You could say the same for Matt. He’s gone from lean and young to a puffy face, double-chin and greying/balding in the span of a few years. Draw your own conclusions about the introduction of more junk food, loosening standards when it comes to refined sugar, PUFAS, etc.

    Also, some Peatarians think a full head of hair can be achieved by their diets. I don’t think Stone goes that far, but I do remember him saying that hair health (including color/fullness) was a key marker of health.

    Sorry to offend any true believers. I have no dog in the various fights between health schools/gurus.

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    • I didn’t loosen my standards until a year ago. In fact, all of 2010 was spent obsessively avoiding PUFAS, keeping them to 3 grams per day or less. Going from lean to puffy occurred in a span of about 3 weeks. The thickness/thinness of my hair has changed very little. I’m on about the same trajectory with hair thickness and pigment as my brother and father. No surprise there.

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      • John, not sure why you are hatin’ on my boy Mattie. I sent several days in his presence last year. Yeah, he cut his hair off, so what? He is not Gray haired, he is not puffy eyed, nor does he sport a double chin. He wore out my kids and was ready to dance and throw footballs and run around like a barefooted nut. Seems pretty healthy to me.
        He’s right about genetics/heredity on the hairline etc. Can’t fight Mother nature fools. Even a baby knows that.

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  12. My testosterone levels have tripled in 1 year time…. I wake up with ragers each and everymorning. I use to follow a strict low carb high fat paleo diet. Now I eat a diet lower in fat, high in carb (50-60g fat daily and 200-600g carbs daily, protein is usually around 100-200g depending on work out days). My diet is raw milk, gelatin, fruit juice, coffee, potatoes, yam, rice, meats (mostly beef and chicken). Is this common to see such massive gains in strength and hormones doing this style of diet?

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