Not long after I had committed myself to dive down the rabbit hole that is living a life guided by evolutionary biology, I decided to write a blog. I was so excited by this new world which was opening up and so excited by the new research that I was now accessing and reading (actually […]
It is close on a year since I moved from earthquake-torn Christchurch, New Zealand, to sleepy Port Macquarie, Australia. Unlike many other Kiwi’s who like to exit NZ in search of higher paid jobs (I have thoughts on the number of people who think Australia is the land of milk and honey compared to NZ, […]
A nice follow on from this North & South piece on Paleo. It certainly backs up my view that NZ is a little ahead of the curve in these sorts of discussions.
A reduced social media presence this month (see Ann Wendel’s post here) has afforded me a lot of time (read as: focus) to work on some BIG projects with significant consequences in New Zealand. I have only been able to focus on this and get stuff done by not spending all my time reading, pushing […]
Sleep and sleep research has become a huge area of interest for me. A few years back I wrote a sleep seminar which I deliver into corporate audiences – a seminar which is easily our most requested physical health topic (an indication of an underlying issue perhaps?). I spoke of sleep during the Low Carb […]
I am back from the U.S. of A and slowly getting over having my butt kicked by jetlag. I will put down a few reflections of the symposium, the people, and travel in the U.S. as time allows. In the meantime, the Ancestral Health Society has posted all of the slides from the various talks. […]
Just enough time to do a very quick commentary on supermarkets. We get all up in arms about fast-food outlets sprouting up everywhere, and about the amount of crap-in-a-bag and fattening fizz pop sold in your neighbourhood convenience store. And we get positively feral when a bottle store opens in the middle of our suburban […]