When describing the length of one of his students’ fingers, the great classical guitarist Andres Segovia said “she has more long fingers than anyone else” — he meant longer fingers… English wasn’t his strong suit haha
Maximize sunlight exposure, minimize artificial light (or at least get some hot blue blockers). Get at least some physical activity. Those are the basics. Moving on…
Tl;dr: Beef heart, calf liver, and maybe some supps 🙂
Coenzyme Q10 isn’t approved for the treatment of anything, but hear me out.
We have about a gram of CoQ10 in our entire body, concentrated in the mitochondria of highly oxidative tissues (Saini, 2011). It is found at around 60-110 ug/g in heart (eg, Ercan and El, 2011 & Aberg et al., 1992).
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Tagged circadian rhythm, diet, ketones, mushrooms, protein
Reishi, the mushroom of longevity.
“The goal is to maintain or improve brain function and physical performance. And not get cancer.”
‘Shrooms-every-day is part of my long-term anti-cancer plan. It’s not always a lot per serving, but I try to do the whole variety thing as much as possible, whatever’s available.
Maybe it’s one of those ice-age fairy tales fallacies, but cultures around the world have attributed a large number of health benefits to ‘shrooms for literally, thousands of years:
“Ganoderma [reishi] has a very long history in East Asia as a medicinal mushroom dating back to the Chinese materia medica ‘Shen Nung Ben Cao Jing,’ written between 206 BC and 8 AD. It was considered a superior tonic for prolonging life, preventing aging, and boosting qi.”
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Tagged cancer, diet, fiber, mushrooms, nutrition, processed food, protein, sleep
“Without leaves, without buds, without flowers;
Yet they form fruit.
As a Food, as a tonic, as a medicine;
The entire creation is precious.”
-weird mushroom poem of sketchy origin
Mushrooms: They have B12! When exposed to UV light, they make vitamin D2. Protein, fibre, and selenium. Shall I go on?