I’ve been meaning to write this blogpost for almost two months, and it’s finally here! So, in mid June I wore the above cyborg-like gadget on my upper arm for two weeks. No, I haven’t quite become *that* kind of biohacker, starting the possibly inevitable merge of human flesh with technology. Instead, I was measuring … More Why I measured my blood glucose continuously for 2 weeks, and why you should, too.
I’ve been playing around with dipping into ketosis more these days (especially after a fairly high carb month while travelling around South America), and the easiest way to eat ultra low carb is having the option of a delicious treat once in a while. Enter…keto chocolate ice-cream! I usually make my ice-cream with raw, grass-fed … More Keto chocolate ice-cream
Another long hiatus of no blogging, but I finally haD some time in this lovely little Eco-Lodge in San Pedro de Atacama in the northern part of Chile, and now in a little town called Puerto Natales in Patagonia, Sooo much has happened in the last few weeks, mostly involving connections with amazing people, plenty … More Travel and Bulletproof fun in LA
Travelling and blogging is hard. It’s like…there’s so much going on and so many new experiences which I want to write about, but the lack of free time means I’ve struggled with even writing my “memories journal”. But it’s okay, because there is A LOT of interesting stuff stored in my brain that I will … More Foodie heaven
The “eat your five-a-day” mantra has been around as long as I can remember. It’s a simple catchy phrase to encourage the general population to eat enough fruits and vegetables to stay healthy, but it is not the advice for OPTIMAL health (which if you’re reading this blog is probably what interests you more than … More Why “Five-a-day” is not enough
Breakfast is not the most important meal of the day…that’s just a lie breakfast food companies push to make you buy their products. Only kidding…sort of :P. But I certainly believe this is an unhelpful myth. Not EVERYONE needs to eat breakfast; you’re much better off listening to your body. If you’re hungry, eat (or … More Breakfast is the most important meal of the day… not to screw up!
I use all manner of natural sweeteners for my baked goods; usually a combination of an unprocessed sugar such as raw honey or maple syrup, with a low carb sweetener like stevia or erythritol. Recently I bought something called Lo Huan Go (or monkfruit). It is similar to Stevia in that it is an … More My favourite sweetener