Addicted To Milk And Wheat

The Addictive Opioids In Wheat And Dairy Foods

D airy and wheat products contain opioid peptides influencing endorphin receptors in the brain. These peptides are physically addictive, causing asthma, obesity, apathy, dependence, ignorance and numbness. The same goes for beta-carbolines in prepared food.

To be sharp and investigative, you ought to consume neither dairy- nor wheat-products. You don’t need those ‘foods’ at all.

To obtain all required nutrients and to remain sharp and investigative; consume as much fruits (there are about 6000 different fruits), and some fresh raw animal food regularly (like sashimi or egg yolk). And for munch-food; only consume what you really, really love to eat (and not because they say it’s healthy), containing little protein, but much fat and / or sugar, satisfying your cravings for munch-food.

Wheat- and dairy-products are not foods but drugs.

Full article from Bradford S. Weeks, MD website:

http://weeksmd.com/2008/01/addicted-to-milk-and-wheat/

Catch me if you can - Chloé et Igor

Catch Me If You Can

Chloe Seyres & Igor Cheremetieff

Crazy Legs Tutorial

Crazy Legs Tutorial

Vincent Vu Van Kha

Manual de derrapes / slides freestyle patines

Manual de derrapes/slides freestyle patines 

Enrique y P.Soler


Freeskate Slides Shuffles Derrapes

Freeskate Slides Shuffles Drifts

How To Parallel Slide

How To Parallel Slide

Cajun Spice Mix

Cajun Spice Mix I

1 Tbsp Sea Salt
1 Tbsp Fresh Ground Black Pepper
1 Tbsp Fresh Ground White Pepper
1 Tbsp Oregano
1 Tbsp Thyme
1 Tbsp Basil
1 Tbsp Sugar
2 Tbsp Cayenne
2 Tbsp Paprika
2 Tbsp Chili Powder
2 Tbsp Garlic Powder
2 Tbsp Onion Powder

Mix all ingredients together and store in an airtight container. I always make spice mixes in large quantities, because I cook more than the average bear. Feel free to halve or quarter this recipe if you aren’t a slave to your kitchen like I am

https://arealfoodlover.wordpress.com/2014/01/12/homemade-cajun-spice-mix/


Cajun Spice Mix II

5 tbsp kosher salt
2 tbsp cayenne pepper
2 tbsp garlic powder
1 tbsp chili powder
1 tbsp cumin
2 tbsp sweet paprika
1 tbsp dried oregano
1 tbsp dried thyme
1 tbsp freshly ground black pepper
1 tbsp onion powder

For the Cajun spice mix, stir all ingredients together well in a small bowl to blend. Store in an airtight container or ziplock bag for maximum freshness.

http://scrumpdillyicious.blogspot.co.uk/2012/09/louisiana-cajun-shrimp-with-chipotle.html

Low-Load High-Vol Better Than High-Load Low-Vol Weight Training - Excerpt

Here's an excerpt of the published scientific article the two videos below, with Prof. Stu Phillips, discuss and refer to.

For the full article:
journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0012033



Low-Load High Volume Resistance Exercise Stimulates Muscle Protein Synthesis More Than High-Load Low Volume Resistance Exercise in Young Men

Nicholas A. Burd,Daniel W. D. West,Aaron W. Staples,Philip J. Atherton,Jeff M. Baker,Daniel R. Moore,Andrew M. Holwerda,Gianni Parise,Michael J. Rennie,Steven K. Baker,Stuart M. Phillips 

Published: August 9, 2010DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0012033

Abstract

Background

We aimed to determine the effect of resistance exercise intensity (% 1 repetition maximum—1RM) and volume on muscle protein synthesis, anabolic signaling, and myogenic gene expression.

Stu Phillips - Muscle Hypertrophy & Sports Nutrition

Interview with Prof. Stuart Phillips of McMaster University.



Topics include:
  • The hormone hypothesis
  • Load versus effort hypertrophy
  • Type I versus Type II muscle fiber growth
  • Sarcoplasmic versus myofibrillar hypertrophy
  • Protein intake for maximizing hypertrophy
  • Sports supplementation

Maximising Muscle Protein Synthesis - Stuart Phillips

Stuart Phillips - Maximising Muscle Protein Synthesis: 
Influence Of Nutrition And Training Modalities



Professor Stuart Phillips of McMaster University in Canada, lectures at the International Union of Physiological Sciences, Birmingham, July 2013.

Prof. Phillips' lecture "Maximising muscle protein synthesis: influence of nutrition and training modalities".

How does weight training load, repetition, intensity, frequency, diet and protein intake impact muscle growth? Watch the video to find out.

Inherent Vice - Movie

Inherent Vice (2014)

I n 1970's, drug-fueled Los Angeles detective Larry "Doc" Sportello investigates the disappearance of a former girlfriend. Joaquin Phoenix plays the hippy private detective on the trail of his ex-girlfriend.

Name: Inherent Vice
Year: 2014
Director: Paul Thomas Anderson
Stars: Joaquin Phoenix, Josh Brolin, Owen Wilson
Genre: Crime, Drama, Mystery
Runtime: 148 min
Rating: 6.9 / 10

Why I'm Not Vegan Anymore - Alexandra Jamieson

Ex-Vegan Gets Death Threats When She Eats Meat

V eganism is not just a dietary choice, its a political movement and a pseudo-religion dressed up as a fashion statement. Once you become vegan, your in deep, and cannot easily escape.

Alexandra Jamieson a renown vegan icon, proponent, author, advocate and spokesperson on all things vegan, has come out, and declared her love of meat. You have to admire her honesty. As an iconic vegan, she has written 3 books on the vegan diet and lifestyle, yet she says she felt the need to eat meat. Many vegans view it as a betrayal.

You may remember her as Morgan Spurlocks girlfriend in "Supersize Me". After his month-long blow-out on McDonalds products, she put him on a "vegan detox", to get him back to health.

In the video interview below, she explains how she desperately felt the need to eat meat. Her body craved meat. So, what do ya do when your body demands something? You give in.

Major Muscles Front & Rear

Machine Exercises And Muscles Worked

Exercises And Primary Muscle Worked

Exercise Primary
Legs
Leg ExtensionQuads
Leg Press Quads, Hamstrings, Glutes
Leg CurlHamstrings
Calf RaiseGastrocnomius, Soleus

Hips
Hip AbductionHip Abductors
Hip AdductionHip Adductors

Upper Back
Cable PulldownLatissimus Dorsi
Negative ChinsLatissimus Dorsi
Seated RowLats, Rhombs, Traps, Biceps.

Chest
Chest PressPectoralis Major
Pec Deck FlyPectoralis Major

Shoulders
Shoulder PressDeltoid, Anterior
Lateral RaiseDeltoid, Lateral

Low Back / Abs
Back ExtensionErector Spinae
Seated CrunchRectus Abdominis

Arms Front
Preacher CurlBrachialis
Dumbbell CurlBiceps Brachii


Arms Back
Triceps PressTriceps Brachii
Negative DipsTriceps Brachii
Cable PushdownTriceps Brachii
Triceps ExtnTriceps Brachii

Muscles - Largest to Smallest

Rough List

# Muscle Exercise Machine
1. Glutes Leg Press / Deadlift Hip And Back, Leg Press
2. Quads Leg Extension Leg Extension, Leg Press
3. Hams Leg Curl  Leg Curl, Leg Press
4. Calves Calf Press Calf Press / Leg Press
5. Lats Lat Pulldown / Pullover Lat Pulldown
6. Traps Shrug Barbell Shrug
7. Delts Shoulder Press Lat Raise, Shoulder Press
8. Pecs Chest Press, Pec Deck Chest Fly, Chest Press
9. Triceps Triceps Extn / Press Triceps Extn / Press
10. Biceps Biceps Curl Biceps Curl
11. Abs Ab Crunch Seated Ab Crunch
12. Neck Neck Press Neck Press

Dr Rosedale's Rebuttal of Paul Jaminet Safe Starch Theory - Extract

B ut it is critical to note that this point, where the body’s glucose utilization and needs meet, are a constantly moving target that a person can never consciously know, and therefore one cannot eat accordingly. This is a major point I made in my last response and post on Jimmy’s blog in answer to my question that I had asked, “Is it healthier to consume the required glucose (though much less required than Paul had assumed) or is it better to let the body manufacture its own needs?” I will repost my answer;

Is it healthier to get the glucose, any glucose, from the diet, or from gluconeogenesis? Is it healthier to eat starches, and in fact go out of one’s way to do it, for the necessary glucose, or is it better to let the body make its own from other sources, i.e. gluconeogenesis via glycerol from fat or from lactate and amino acids.

Dr. Rosedale Said...

Dr. Rosedale Responds To Stephan Guyenet  

P ertaining to insulin's primary purpose: Again, we must distinguish between controlling blood sugar and lowering blood sugar in a "normal" individual. Yes, I am well aware as are most people, that insulin can lower blood sugar. It does not mean, however, that insulin is controlling it. It is lowering the glucose levels as a side effect secondary to storing it as glycogen (little) and fat (lots), not to control the serum levels as we were typically taught in med school. The immediate regulation of blood glucose is left to epinephrine, norepinephrine, cortisone, glucagon, hGH, all of which control it in an upward direction primarily to make sure there is an anaerobic fuel available for emergencies. Just as we would not send a man to the moon with just one mechanism to deliver O2, we have many mechanisms to increase glucose, not lower it. This may be a very good clue of our evolutionary priorities.

Did Cooking Make Us Human - BBC Horizon

Did Cooking Make Us Human

The title explains this documentary. Runs for 58 mins.

Dr Ron Rosedale - What If We're Wrong? 

What if the Paleolithic diet not the best diet for longevity?

A s a doctor that has been promoting a high-fat, low carb, and restricted protein diet for almost two decades, I have long been saying that one cannot use paleolithic nutrition as a basis to determine optimal diet. Although a paleolithic diet may not be a bad diet and often is good (depending on which paleolithic diet one is talking about), the entire premise of using paleolithic nutrition as a basis to obtain an optimal diet is flawed.

Nature is concerned about reproductive success, not about significant post-reproductive health and lifespan. In other words, nature really doesn't give a hoot how long we live, unless it pertains to reproductive success. Therefore, we cannot look to nature or count on nature or what's "natural" to tell us how to live a long healthy (post-reproductive) life. To obtain an optimal diet (as opposed to just a better diet that would be virtually any diet that deviates from the standard American diet) one must use modern science that one could even consider to be "unnatural".

Aerobics: Myths, Lies, Misconceptions

Mike Mentzer

This was one of the last features Mike Mentzer wrote for IRON MAN before his death in 2001. It’s an interesting and eye-opening look at aerobics and conditioning.

F or three decades, ever since Kenneth Cooper, M.D., published his first book on the subject, the public has been force-fed the idea that aerobic fitness is the be-all and end-all of fitness and that highly repetitive, steady-state activities, such as jogging and bicycling, are the best means of achieving it. None of that is true. Aerobic conditioning is only one element of a broader concept—total fitness—which is made up of several components, including skeletal-muscle strength, skeletal density, flexibility, endurance, maintenance of lean body mass and, finally, a positive self-image. Only a properly conducted high-intensity weight-training program can achieve total fitness—and in a minimum of time.

Dr Rosedale's Rules

Dietary Guidelines

S ome basic rules to follow which will keep you on a path to ultimate health and longevity. From my favourite doc, Ron Rosedale.

FEEL GOOD ABOUT YOURSELF

You are about to embark on a program that will produce wonderful results for your body. You will learn a new way of eating that will make you look better and feel better than you have in years. Within a short time--usually within two to three weeks–most of you will notice that you look leaner, your clothes fit better, and you have energy to spare. There will also be some amazing things happening to you that aren’t visible, yet are ever more important. Your Longevity Profile--that is your biomarkers of aging--will be vastly improved as you regain your leptin sensitivity, and along with losing excess fat you will be de-aging your body and reinventing your body. So smile, feel good about taking this positive step, and get started.

The Fall - TV Series

The Fall (2013)

E xcellent, dark, psychological thriller. If you haven't come across this series yet, go get it. Scripting is tight, acting superb, strong story line and directing. Compelling viewing.

Go watch it.

Name: The Fall
Year: 2013
Director: Jakob Verbruggen
Stars: Gillian Anderson, Jamie Dornan, John Lynch.
Genre: Drama, Thriller
Runtime: 60 min
Rating: 8.3 / 10

Exercise / Muscles

Exercise And Primary Muscle Worked

I t is important to work major muscles equally to achieve overall balance.

Muscle groups should be worked in pairs.

  • Quads - Hamstrings
  • Upper Back - Chest
  • Shoulders - Neck
  • Lower Back - Abs
  • Triceps - Biceps

Machines

Exercise Muscle
Leg Extension Hamstrings
Leg Curl Quadriceps
Leg Press  Quadriceps
Calf Raise Gastrocnemius
Hip Abduction Hip Abductors
Hip Adduction Hip Adductors


Chin Up Latissimus Dorsi
Pullover Latissimus Dorsi
Pulldown Front Latissimus Dorsi
Lever Seated Row Traps, Lats, Rhoms

Pec Fly Pectoralis Major
Chest Press Pectoralis Major


Lateral Raise Deltoid Lateral
Shoulder Press Deltoid Anterior

Triceps Dip Triceps Brachii
Cable Pushdown Triceps Brachii
Lever Triceps Dip Triceps Brachii


Lever Preacher Curl Brachialis
Dumbbell Curl Biceps Brachii
Lever Curl Biceps Brachii


Lever Back Extension Erector Spinae
Lever Seated Crunch Rectus Abdominis


Free Weights

Exercises Muscles
Squat Gluteus Maximus
Bench Press Pectoralis Major
Barbell Deadlift  Erector Spinae
Bent Over Row Traps, Lats, Rhoms
Overhead Press Deltoid, Anterior

Project Total Conditioning

PROJECT TOTAL CONDITIONING

A CASE STUDY
Reprinted from ATHLETIC JOURNAL Vol. 56 September, 1975

By Dr. James A. Peterson
Associate Professor Of Physical Education
United States Military Academy

F or more than 170 years the primary mission of the United States Military Academy has been to select, train, and educate the finest of American youth to be comate arms officers in the Regular Army of the Untied States. An integral factor in that mission is to insure that each graduate of the Academy possesses the physical attributes necessary for leadership. To accomplish this goal, every cadet is required to participate in a physical education program designed to provide him with a high level of personal fitness. To this end, one of the cornerstones of West Point’s commitment to high physical standards in its graduates is a continuing, ongoing examination and evaluation of the methods used to attain such levels. Primarily because of this commitment, the Academy decided to undertake a comprehensive study of strength training and its consequences. This article provides and overview of the results of that undertaking.

Project Total Conditioning - Exercises

Exercises Used In 'Project Total Conditioning'

I n 1975, Nautilus Sports Industries undertook an important exercise project, enlisting the help of the United States Military Academy at West Point, NY. The project was overseen by Colonel James Anderson. The purpose was to test and gauge the benefits of high-intensity training using Nautilus Exercise machines.

The exercises used in the project are listed below:

EXERCISE MACHINE MAIN MUSCLE
Leg Extension Compound Leg Quads
Leg Press Compound Leg Quads, Hams, Glutes
Squat Leg And Back Quads, Hams, Glutes
Hip And Back Hip And Back Quads, Glutes, Erector.
Leg Curl Leg Curl Hamstrings
Pullover Pullover Latissimus Dorsi
Bench Press Omni Bench Pecs, Triceps
Chins Multi-Exercise Lats, Biceps
Dips Multi-Exercise Pecs, Triceps
Torso Arm Pulldown Torso Arm Lats, Delts


EXERCISE MACHINE MUSCLE
Seated Press Duo Shoulder Delts, Triceps
Double Chest Double Chest Pecs, Triceps
Decline Press Double Chest Pecs, Triceps
Biceps Curl  Duo Poly Biceps
Triceps Curl Duo Poly Triceps
Neck Extension 4-Way Neck  Splenius
Neck Flexion 4-Way Neck Sternocleidomastoid
Bi-Lateral Neck Flexion 4-Way Neck Sternocleidomastoid
Shoulder Shrug Neck and Shoulder Trapezius, Upper
Rotary Neck Rotary Neck Splenius