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Website and Life Updates

We’re approaching the end of May and here in the lower middle of Sweden, we’ve finally had almost three weeks of decent weather with close to two weeks with a lot of sun and somewhat “warm” temperatures, ranging between 20C and 24C (64F and 75F.) With that said, southern Sweden has had temperatures ranging from 22C to 28C (83F.) However, last year, summer practically ended after ‘midsummer,’ in late June with rain and cold […]

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Animal-Based/Carnivore Diet and Fat Loss Online Coaching

This is simply a quick and friendly reminder of my online coaching services, as my workload is once again somewhat low. In other words, now is the perfect time to contact me and change your life forever. Please note that I’ve added a “simple carnivore package” for those with adequate knowledge of our natural diet and are only looking to transition into our natural carnivorous way of eating (and not in need of a

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Quick Update: Life and Training

I’ve actually got a few requests from old friends and clients about an update, and looking back I also realized that my last update was from October 4 last year, and my last ‘personal’ updates were from August. As for the ventilation system that they began working on in May last year, they got it ‘sort of fixed’ in late August, but were back for adjustments as late as in January this year. Now

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New Quick Start Guides Added

Yesterday, and this morning, I added two new ‘quick start guides.’ These are simply collections of my articles on different topics, making it easier to find key information and getting up to speed (much more so than wading through categories and article archives.) As of today, there are three different ‘quick start guides.’ Quick Start: The World Playbook as We Know ItTo get you started on what is currently going on in our world,

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Boosting in Progress

As most of you might have noticed, there has been a few changes to the website. Little over a week ago, I upgraded the web hosting service to run on a Nginx server configured and optimized for Redis instead of the usual Unix with Apache 2.4. This new configuration is one of the best solutions for caching and delivering websites at lightning speeds, decreasing latency and load times for the end user. While some

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We’re About to Get Boosted

That headline sure caught your attention, didn’t it? Well, this will be a short little update as I’m a bit strained on time today. You might have noticed that the website has been a bit sluggish from time to time during the last couple of days, while it might have loaded quicker for others. The thing is that I did an upgrade of my webhosting account where this website resides, or more specific, for

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A Quick Update and the October 4 Nonsense

As you probably noticed by the featured image, I experienced my first BSOD (bluescreen of death) on my work computer yesterday. I built it in late 2020 and early 2021, based on the 10th generation i9-10900K CPU with 10 cores for the Intel 400 series chipset, running at 5.3 GHz, and it’s been flawless. So, yesterday I decided to update the BIOS on my MSI MEG Z490 ACE motherboard, and it was a breeze.

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Blood Clots; Dry Fasting Update

Around September 5, I noticed a small redness and some minor itchy-like pain in my lower leg, which as you know turned out to be a small blood clot due to my earlier battle with tumors, being diabetic for a few years, and my congenital sensitivity for PAI-1(PAI-1 form blood clots by blocking the enzyme that keep your blood in a fluid-like state.) So, after preparing with increasing my intake of saturated fats, cholesterol,

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