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We’re of course still being challenged by the pandemic and the fear-based and control-ridden responses to it by governments. The tragic Covid-19 fatalities are still considerably lower than during the 1918 Spanish flu, yet so much fear, suffering, and death can be stopped by widespread distribution and use of ingenious, potent antiviral inhalers (l…
 
Treating our bodies well with optimal nutrition (lower carb/keto, Primal/Paleo/Carnivorish) can help a lot during this trying pandemic. Engineered nanobodies, which are both relatively inexpensive and easy to produce, are being reported on more now, since UCSF promoted AeroNabs unprecedented potency against SARS CoV-2 (way more potent than vaccines…
 
The governmentally imposed restrictions during the pandemic have taken a major toll on people’s health and well-being. Updated scientific information reveals that contact with surfaces exposed to this coronavirus aren’t as much of a risk as airborne particles. Once again, AeroNabs and possibly other synthetic peptides can serve as ingeniously poten…
 
We cover the latest in the Covid-19 saga, including Trump’s treatments, which appear to assist in recovery. Once again, the coercive organization known as the FDA stands in the way of companies bringing potentially helpful products and services to market, as customers desire. While vaccine development is ongoing, many questions remain about its lon…
 
As America reaches a (reported) death toll of 200,000 from Covid-19, we still need bottom-up solutions such as AeroNabs to be highlighted by the media and brought to market. There’s still some hope for that in the video linked below. Cultivating an attitude of relaxed, confident benevolence is a real psychological challenge for parents as well as f…
 
Once again, bringing AeroNabs to market needs to be prioritized along with ubiquitous testing (including at home), so society can return to some semblance of normalcy. Top-down command-and-control institutions hinder this process and thwart new innovations and their implementation. America needs to revitalize its bottom-up can-do spirit! We can hon…
 
As this coronavirus pandemic and the varying governmental restrictions drag on (still with inadequate personal testing and problematic contact tracing), many still hope for an effective (and safe) vaccine to get us out of this mess. However, scientists at UCSF have recently created a much easier, cheaper, and safe way: an antiviral treatment that t…
 
Many months into this pandemic, we’re still experiencing the unfortunate effects of coercive systems trying to deal with the spread of sars cov2. These systems not only can create backlash, but they also forestall adequate testing (both molecular and serological). So, in the meantime wear masks in crowded places and maintain your nutritional health…
 
The Low-Carb San Diego Keto Conference is happening online next month, which will offer lots of helpful information about nutrition and health, something especially vital during this ongoing pandemic. On the psychological side of life, be sure to check out the talks below by two prominent trauma researchers. Since we are biological beings, fear is …
 
To cultivate healthy minds, we need to achieve clarity about a lot of systemic issue. As we do, we can actualize our potential, seeking to meet needs for enriching connection, intrinsically motivating purpose, and profound meaning. Unfortunately, our culture largely promotes an ethics of sacrifice, so integrating one’s authentic Self can be challen…
 
We really need systems involving free minds and free markets to remedy the unjust systems that continue to diminish people’s lives and well-being throughout society. Power-over strategies tragically run deep in present systems, from families to governments. Empathetic understanding remains vital, along with the pillars of self-esteem, as well as Te…
 
In times of major societal stress, like today, it’s vital to practice self-acceptance, self-empathy, and self-compassion. Currently, America is trying to make sense of and deal with systemic injustices involving racism that stem from the time of slavery. Needs for respect, choice, and justice have been sacrificed. The punishment paradigm remains a …
 
In this episode we explore facets of problematic organizations and their need to transform, so pandemics and a multiplicity of other challenges can be effectively dealt with, minimizing harm to individuals and businesses. The FDA remains detrimental to widespread testing for covid19, hindering more informed decision-making and innovation (until the…
 
As the pandemic continues, we are still waiting for availability of at-home testing (both molecular and serological), which will be able to shine a vital light for people to make sound decisions (instead of just following governmental orders). Throughout most of this episode, I explain aspects of my psilocybin-assisted therapeutic experiences, conn…
 
From America, various aspects of the pandemic are explored, including how a free and responsible society would effectively deal with it. This contrasts with what we’ve been experiencing in terms of top-down controls and conflicting edicts in the absence of adequate testing. The FDA is a governmental organization that reflects fundamental distrust i…
 
More about the pandemic in this shorter show, including the necessity of thorough coronavirus testing that can allow most people to resume their normal lives. Wearing masks is an important part of the prevention process, as the Asians have been demonstrating (as well as the Americans during the 1918 influenza pandemic). The questions about feeling …
 
More overview of the coronavirus impact, sadly. Ubiquitous and fast testing (and mask-wearing) needs to be a priority, instead of shutting down commerce and societal functioning for an arbitrary or indefinite time. Risks increase with uncertainty about who’s infected, and typical unhealthy dietary and life habits augment this (smoking is still a ma…
 
Greetings again from Athens. In covering more tragic stories about the coronavirus, we explore the nature of mortality and then early Ionia, essentially what the artists created and philosophers developed. Our brains give rise to immense conceptual capacity and self-reflection, which yielded the exquisite artwork and thought in ancient Greece. Yet,…
 
After covering various issues surrounding the coronavirus, we explore ways that modern medicine has been falling short for patients in particular and humanity in general. Science journalist John Horgan noted key points from a recent book titled Medical Nihilism by Jacob Stegenga, which are as follows: medical research is slanted toward positive res…
 
After covering some recent news from Hong Kong and an another recap of experiences in lovely Japan, we delve into some more nutritional notions. Regarding sustainability, we can maintain biological systems on our wondrous planet without dispensing with evidence and principles of our ancestral health. Finally, regarding Branden’s question, we need t…
 
After covering more enjoyable experiences in Japan, both foodie and cultural, some historical tragedies and modern legal system problems are explored, which underscore the need for respect, restorative justice, and more evolved human organizations (Teal). We then delve into some recent articles concerning modern nutrition and dietary advice. As usu…
 
Happy holidays, from Japan. In this episode I cover the worldwide problem of childhood obesity and nutritional deficiencies, which is related to what the nutrition establishment has been advising over the years. There’s been a lot of confusion about what is healthy to eat. Using coercion to ban and tax substances doesn’t deal with the ……
 
Freedom for Hong Kong! :) If we don’t focus on what ails us, in terms of developmental trauma, we’ll tend to relive it. So, it’s vital to recognize and be mindful of the impact of ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences) and, just as importantly, to work on remedying the various causes of them. Autonomy wars persist ……
 
(duration 42:58) After covering Kev’s summer travels in Europe, in our second episode about shame we discuss the various aspects of shame and guilt. Since shame is the opposite of self-esteem, “healthy shame” isn’t really possible. Both shame and guilt are tragic ways to assess oneself and one’s actions (as well as others), which stem ……
 
(duration 23:43) The seventh and last inner critic we discuss is the inner controller, which tries to control various impulses and choices that might lead to ill effects, although it lacks trust in one’s biological drives and desires. The inner controller tends to use harsh strictures and even shaming tactics, which are indicative of developmental …
 
(duration 18:42) In this episode we cover the nature of the inner critic identified as the destroyer. We can tragically internalize severe judgments against our self-worth early in life, in family and cultural systems. And this can lead to self-destructive behaviors and nihilism, as well as actions destructive of others and property. Internally, we…
 
(duration 20:35) In this episode we explore the nature of the underminer, a major aspect of inner critic that directly diminishes self-confidence and self-respect, detracting from a sense of efficacy and worth. Self-trust gets undermined in the process too, and this is fostered by various domination systems, which question our worthiness, don’t hon…
 
(duration 23:07) In this episode we delve into the nature of the guilt-tripper, the kind of inner critic that tends to say such things as “You should have done that, instead of this!” or “You shouldn’t have done that—what were you thinking!” This internalized aspect of conditional parenting seeks to keep us informed about how ……
 
(duration 15:24) As we explore various “inner critics,” we’re basically identifying parts that represent aspects of unhealed developmental trauma. In this episode we cover the voice of the perfectionist, which sets oftentimes unreasonable standards and expectations that don’t allow us to live freely with creative ease and peace of mind. Even though…
 
(duration 19:27) This is the beginning of our series about the “inner critic,” wherein we delve into the various facets of this internal dialogue, which essentially lacks self-acceptance, self-compassion, and self-love. Different kinds of inner critic have been distinguished based on their patterns. Understanding their nature in relation to the nat…
 
(duration 23:33) We return from an extended summer hiatus to discuss the nature of unconditional love and unconditional self-love. The internal dialogue with ourselves needs explicit attention and understanding, in order to become more integrated and loving. What does it mean to put conditions on love, and what does forgiveness mean—and how does th…
 
(duration 21:53) In this episode we discuss the nature of intrinsic motivation to heal and grow, which entails focusing on one’s developmental history and practicing the mental essentials of self-acceptance, self-empathy, and self-compassion. Doing this inner work can be quite challenging, and it can be easy to get distracted and focus on other thi…
 
(duration 17:36) In this episode we explore the ACE study and how trauma in childhood can severely affect our health and well-being. This is the beginning of our ongoing discussion of the developmental factors that impact our lives as adults and, further, what we can do to foster health and happiness. Stay tuned for future ……
 
(duration 11:46) In this episode we discuss our new burn-fat-for-life program, which reflects our renewed focus on the mental aspects of living well and being well. This involves an inner true-self revolution that honors your emotions and self-esteem. It’s vital to take time-in for yourself, so that you can connect with internal parts that need ……
 
(duration 10:04) Another short episode (2 of 3 in our series), in which we cover some of the possibly overlooked aspects of motivation. We’ll be exploring these vital aspects much more in our new course called Burn Fat For Life. Stay tuned for the next two episodes… Please Like our new page on Facebook! http://facebook.com/burnfatforlife ……
 
(duration 11:17) We’re back! In this short episode, we cover some of the mental aspects that we’ll be exploring in our new course called Burn Fat For Life. Stay tuned for the next two episodes… Please Like our new page on Facebook! http://facebook.com/burnfatforlife We appreciate your rating and review on iTunes! bumper music Kosheen – All ……
 
(duration 36:57)In this show we talk with nonviolent communication (NVC) trainer Sylvia about her book and experiences helping individuals relate to themselves and others in life-enriching ways. Instead of playing the blame game (which can become never-ending), NVC focuses on the quality of the connection in order to empathize and get needs met. So…
 
(duration 24:29)In this episode we discuss keeping healthy during such candy-laden times as Halloween. Dark chocolate and coconut shavings “toasted” in either butter or coconut oil are great alternatives. Since we live in a culture that doesn’t wholeheartedly embrace healthy lifestyles, it can be challenging to navigate social relations. Once again…
 
(duration 15:51)In this episode (sorry for the delay!) we discuss the various problems with the “calorie-counting diet and exercise” approach to weight loss. This sort of lifestyle is not really helpful for most people, both in terms of keeping the excess fat off and maintaining a healthy and happy mindset. We also discuss our upcoming ……
 
(duration 36:20)In this show we discuss aspects of the 2012 Olympics (and the scant NBC coverage, as usual), including our personal favorites such as the Coca Cola collectors cans! ;) What better way than carbonated sugar water and McDonalds to ensure getting the gold or packing on extra pounds! Then, we discuss how to “chew ……
 
(duration 41:55)With our guest Ashley Tudor, we explore the ins and outs of the splendid root known as the sweet potato, often called “yams” in grocery stores (which is a misnomer because yam is actually a different, much less nutritious species and a tuber not a root). Sweet potatoes are a helpful addition to an ……
 
(duration 25:21)In this show we delve into the process of binging on carbs, as noted in a recent study. In an all-too-common practice, people reach for the carbs to deal with their hunger and cravings, rather than relying on healthy fat as their main energy source. The key is to keep yourself satiated with various ……
 
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