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Being Yourself

By Julia Gumm There’s a scene from the 1997 film ?Contact? that pops into my head every so often. Following her dramatic discovery of a communication sent to Earth from the Vegan (that’s VAY-gan, not VEE-gan) star system, Jodie Foster’s character is strapped into a spacecraft set sail for Vega’s glittering shores. The craft’s design is based entirely on blueprints...

Don’t Diet

By Matt Stone Don’t diet. Yes it’s bad for you and slows down your metabolism and worsens your mood and does heinous things to your body in a variety of ways. That’s not what this is about. I’m talking about it being unrealistic. If you think you can just go hungry and will away all your?cravings, keep it up forever, and not return to eating what you want when...

Input=Output and The Extinction of Absolutes

By Derek Ingui One of the problems, at least in my humble opinion, with the health and fitness industry is that too many people are taught, or at least lead to think, in terms of absolutes. An eye grabbing magazine headline may read something like this: ?Blueberries are loaded with Cancer fighting antioxidants! This is all well and dandy, and may even be right on the money, but this statement...

Pee All That You Can Pee

By Rob Archangel And rounding out this weekend’s guest posts outside of 180 is this gem from Matt,? Pee All That You Can Pee? How Much Should You Drink? This one is brought to you by Krista Scott-Dixon over at Stumptuous. In it, Matt talks about the fundamental but seemingly dumb idea that how often we pee impacts how we feel, and that we might do better paying attention to it. And that,...

Eating the Food- An Overview of the 180 Approach

By Rob Archangel Howdy campers. Recently regular reader Joey Lott interviewed Matt for his website. The plan is to feature several other writers alongside Matt on the topic of helping people restore their metabolic rates and take back their health. It may be compiled together as a printed resource one of these days, but you can access the 180 goodness right away here. It’s a good interview...