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The Detox Diet Scam

Today we return to Healthline and a recent article they published on ‘detox diets’ and whether they work or not. Although I’ve touched briefly on this in some articles, let’s see what they have to say on the subject and I’ll break it down. “Your body is capable of cleansing itself without detox diets. However, other aspects of cleanses, including eating nutritious whole foods, may have benefits.” Yes, although your body detoxes from what […]

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Human History: Losing Body Fat is Not Hard

The other day CNN featured an article on “weight loss,” kind of glorifying body fat as a survival tool, which it once was while claiming that it’s really hard to lose it, which it absolutely is not. While the article is biased, it’s not that terrible for something published by the Jesuit-controlled CNN. Let’s break it down. “(CNN) — If you think it’s hard to lose weight and keep it off, you are not

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Fasting Works Best for Fat Loss

As for some causal Sunday reading, we return to T-Nation and a new article by Chris Shugart based on a failed study where researchers looked at three idiotic strategies for fat loss. Chris Shugart summarized the study by asking three questions as to how to approach fat loss. These three questions were: Well, all three approaches are idiotic. The most common one in the fitness industry is simply somewhere between 1 and 2 combined

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World History, Humans and the Matrix Through the Lens of Legends – Part 42

The previous part is here: https://bartoll.se/2023/11/history-matrix-part41/All parts of this series can be found here: https://bartoll.se/world-playbook-quickstart/ In 541 AD, the alleged “Plague of Justinian” was said to have ‘appeared suddenly’ in Egypt and then it “spread” to Alexandria. According to the manipulated historical records, it severely affected the Sasanian Empire and the Byzantine Empire, especially Constantinople with an estimated death toll of 15 to 100 million in total. However, we know that viruses and plagues

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Dieter’s Phobia: Catabolism Explained

As you might know, I worked in the Gym-, Fitness-, Health-, Sports-, Supplement-, and Pharmaceutical Industry as both a Coach/Trainer, Scientist, Educator, Writer/Author, and Editor in Chief for more than 28 years combined. I began coaching in the early 90’s, and I still do. However, I left the industries all together in 2017 when I faced death from tumors and failing organs, and then learned that everything I thought I knew about nutrition, supplements,

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World History, Humans and the Matrix Through the Lens of Legends – Part 34

The previous part is here: https://bartoll.se/2023/09/history-matrix-part33/All parts of this series can be found here: https://bartoll.se/world-playbook-quickstart/ In 392 AD, the Roman tactic of taking their enemies into service, letting them have a more active role in Roman affairs, slowly began to backfire as Emperor Valentinian II, age 21, was murdered while advancing into Gaul against the Frankish usurper Arbogast, leaving Theodosius I as the last sole Emperor to ever rule the whole Empire.With Valentinian out

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World History, Humans and the Matrix Through the Lens of Legends – Part 28

In part 27 we continued to cover the decline of the Roman Empire, known as the Crisis of the Third Century, as it was threatened on several fronts while the Sassanid Persian Empire grew stronger.While there was a lot of infighting between Roman Emperors, the Sassanid Empire had a friend in Philip the Arab, who not only paid them 500,000 gold pieces for damages, but also ignored their expansion during his reign in Rome

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World History, Humans and the Matrix Through the Lens of Legends – Part 27

In part 26, an aunt of assassinated Caracalla declared her grandson Elagabalus, age 14, emperor of Rome. After defeating the self-proclaimed emperor Macrinus, the new young emperor was initiated into the worship of the Phrygian/Anatolian goddess Cybele, which lead to several controversial marriages, especially when he married a Vestal Virgin, a priestess who had sworn thirty years of service and to maintain her chastity throughout. Elagabalus also claimed to be bisexual, and his open

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