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Grok Didn’t Take Supplements So Why Should I?

The main objective of following the Primal Blueprint is to extract the healthiest, happiest, longest and most productive life possible from our bodies – and to look and feel good in the process. Our 10,000-year-old Primal genes expect us to emulate the way our ancestors ate and moved; and the Primal Blueprint says we should do exactly as they expect. While there are many things we can do (or eat) today that very closely approximate what Grok did to trigger positive gene expression, there are also a number of obstacles that can thwart our attempts to be as Primal as possible. Artificial light prompts us to stay up too late and sleep too little. Electronic entertainment competes for our time when we should be out walking and basking in sunlight. We don’t always have access to ideal foods. We shower too much in water that’s too hot. We use medicines to mask our symptoms instead of allowing our bodies to deal directly with the problem. You get my point. It’s tough going full Primal today.

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Getting back to basics

We have been indoctrinated in the holy scripture of prescriptions, and prefer to ignore that list of "side effects."
The simpler the life, the healthier the life from.

Love or fear? Chose again with every breath.

We have been indoctrinated in

We have been indoctrinated in the holy scripture of prescriptions, and prefer to ignore that list of "side effects."
The simpler the life, the healthier the life from.

http://www.ascentofhumanity.com/audiobook.php

RIP Grok

Grok died at age 28 from an abscessed tooth. Well at least he lived longer than any of his siblings.

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Prehistoric Plaque and the

They may have died at 28, but not of absesses tooth decay...

Prehistoric Plaque and the Gentrification of Europe’s Mouth

The hunter-gatherers had a diverse array of bacteria including several groups that are associated with good health. That fits with the relative absence of tooth decay or gum disease among modern or prehistoric hunter-gatherers. “They were at the end of a long period of happy co-evolution between us and oral bacteria,” says Cooper.

They probably didn't die at 28, either.

Jive, you are the abscessed tooth of the Daily Paul

It doesn't have to be that way, but it has happened slowly, and you may not see what you have done.

Resist the temptation to feed the trolls.

And no offense, but the

And no offense, but the toupee is obvious.

You should evaluate if your own internal bitterness might be dragging your health down. You don't have to be a whiny weenie. You can change today and get back some of the fire from yesteryear.

Resist the temptation to feed the trolls.

Get stuffed Jive.

You have become a grade A, reactionary a$$hole over the years.

One of those confounded people who think they're clever. Oh my.

Resist the temptation to feed the trolls.