By Rob Archangel, 180DegreeHealth.com staff writer Happy New Year Crew! Anyone looking for a little aural dose of 180? Well you’re in luck. Matt appeared recently on Healthy Talk with Dr Mike to talk about Eat for Heat and to discuss how to eat for a long, robust life. Should be a good one. Check it out today, January 2 at 1pm EST, or you can download or stream it anytime afterward at the link above. They also offer a free Life Extension Foundation Magazine, available on their sidebar. Feel free to check that out too. Catch you folks on the flip side.
Posts Tagged: Metabolism and longevity
Starting the month of May off with a bit of a video summary of http://www.180degreehealth.com/to date… Coming up later this week we’ll hear a very interesting guest post from long-time follower Brock Cusick, which I browsed through this morning. Great stuff. As far as a preview for the upcoming month, I was thinking of really discussing the work of Ray Peat in the month of May in great detail – calling it “Ray May” or something queer like that. Let me know if anyone is interested in that or if you’d rather me just let people explore Ray’s work on their own without a translator. Anyway, enjoy the video summary over your favorite snack (and the sweet Julia Child quote on a t-shirt my sister gave me recently… thanks sis!)…
Check out my eBook on how to RAISE YOUR METABOLISM, I’m not exactly a fan of low-calorie eating. While I’m tempted just to say, “aw man, calorie restriction. That is so dumb, that is really dumb, fo real” - I figured it would be better to seriously address calorie restriction as I see it. Recently I wrote a summary of the importance of metabolism that should be appearing on another site soon. In that summary I addressed calorie restriction briefly, which I have included below. The infatuation with calorie restriction is actually a fantastic example of some fragment of research taken out of context and the subtle nuances ignored – and more importantly, it’s applicability in real people in the real world unacknowledged. Of course, when calories are restricted, everything is restricted –… Read more »