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Soylent: Rob Rhinehart’s Childbrain

By Matt Stone “What about the one you lobotomized… Did he get a refund?”? ~Arnold, Total Recall I have absolutely no idea whatsoever what that quote has to do with this post. But it’s worth repeating I know that. Folks, the future has arrived. We have now ushered in the era of Soylent – the magical, lightly foamy, urine-colored food alternative. Rob Rhinehart,...

Low-Intensity Exercise Part III – Lactic Acid and Growth Hormone

There isn’t a whole lot?more that I wanted’to say about low-intensity exercise other than for some indivuals, particularly those very sensitive to stress, may fare better keeping intensity level very low. But I did want to get a few words in about lactic acid and growth hormone, as there is?a huge blind?infatuation?with growth hormone these days. Growth hormone is far from being...

Juicing Q & A with Matt Stone

By Rob Archangel, 180DegreeHealth.com staff writer Ahoy, buckaroos- Rob here, emissary from the world wide web, letting you know about more happenings from Mattarino and 180D. Matt recently sat down (electronically) for a question and answer session with Rosie at the Natural Maven to talk about juicing. Is it good? Is it bad? If you know Matt, you know nothing gets so perfunctory and simplified...

Bernarr MacFadden

I learned some fascinating things about Bernarr MacFadden recently.  Originally I thought he was just some dude who wrote a book about milk fasting and a couple others.  Sure, I was impressed with the level of thought put into his The Miracle of Milk, but had no idea that he was like the O.G. Renegade Health Gangsta.  The guy had some kind of fetish for using natural methods to...

Paleo for Population Control!

Attention everyone! There is a massive and urgent problem that humanity faces. It’s called “overpopulation.” That’s right, with the dawn of agriculture came a huge rise in global population. It seems that neolithic foods, particularly grain and milk, were such healthy foods that they offered mankind with simply too much of an ecological advantage. As soon as the fields...