Top 5 Things I Learned in 7 Days with a Continuous Glucose Monitor as a Non-Diabetic

As the Ancient Greek saying goes, know thyself. And there's no better way to know your metabolic health than to connect yourself to a CGM. A Continuous Glucose Monitor is a device you attach to your body. Once connected it shows you 24/7 via your smart phone, exactly what the glucose levels in your body … Continue reading Top 5 Things I Learned in 7 Days with a Continuous Glucose Monitor as a Non-Diabetic

Processed Food is the New Tobacco

The processed food industry has been complicit in the obesity and diabetes epidemic. Corporations have been creating food like substances not to provide nutrition, but for maximum profitability. There are teams of scientists crafting food combinations to make the cheapest, most addictive food possible. They optimize for crave-ability, palate-ability, shelf life, cost effectiveness and above … Continue reading Processed Food is the New Tobacco

Good Calories, Bad Calories

“ALMOST EVERYTHING WE BELIEVE ABOUT THE NATURE OF A HEALTHY DIET IS WRONG” Prepare to have everything you've ever known about nutrition science turned on it's head. This is the most dense, in-depth analysis of nutrition science ever compiled. Covering the complete history of nutrition science, nutrients effects on the body and a paradigm shift … Continue reading Good Calories, Bad Calories

Top 5 Things I Learned from “We Are The Music Makers” on Reddit

1) Do Nothing but Build Your Buzz First There are plenty of great bands out there that DON’T have an album or recorded songs released who can still draw people out to a show. Through word of mouth, social media and by having an engaging live performance you can actually gain an audience without investing in … Continue reading Top 5 Things I Learned from “We Are The Music Makers” on Reddit

I Spent $20,000 Making an Album I Can’t Even Give Away

"What was I thinking!?" It was the logical next step for my band Living Illusion. We had played tons of local shows, did some minor touring and gained a little buzz, so we decided it was time to get serious. Our first album was an experiment more than anything and considering it was self recorded … Continue reading I Spent $20,000 Making an Album I Can’t Even Give Away