Not the optimal refeed item--most of the cyclical types lean toward sweet potatoes. And I had planned by now to get on strict carnivore for a bit until Thanksgiving. Hasn't happened. I'm not sleeping. I have been taking care of my dad with Parkinson's and my son Josh with Down's. Now my husband is in … Continue reading Carnivore Dreams – Carb Refeed
I am not a believer in the value of circumstances--we simply cannot distinguish the good from the bad because so much is interconnected. The earlier people get this, the better things will go for them. As the fat man says, "there is no such thing as a bad day." (He is a disc jockey in … Continue reading Carnivore Dreams – Jungian Thoughts
Lots to it. Medication issues top the list. Lots of red tape if there are financial or health insurance issues. Probably the hardest is being the person who personifies a loved one's diminished capacity or lack of freedom. That would be me. But I'm trying to keep my dad out of assisted living which … Continue reading Carnivore Dreams – Care-giving
I just finished reading Practical Magic by Alice Hoffman--I was studying commercial fantasy style (and I like watching/reading Halloween type stuff this time of year). Boy, the screen writers really improved this book when they made the movie. Now, granted, she did some interesting things with description I liked, some interesting objective correlative--always a fan. … Continue reading Carnivore Dreams – Practical Magic
I used to make my English students at Northern Michigan do the old "what three dead people would you have at a dinner party and why and what would you serve for dinner" writing prompt thing. I knew they'd seen it before, but it told me a lot about my students. I only know I'd … Continue reading Carnivore Dreams -Jung for the Day
Nope, not Paul McCartney--my son John in college. He doesn't play the guitar for me much anymore... Trombone in a community band, but I truly miss that guitar--jazz, rock, blues, steel, acoustical -he's quite a musician, but hasn't played since the cancer diagnosis even though he's doing well. Somewhere I have a picture of them … Continue reading Carnivore Dreams — Paul?
These are pictures from last year since my Hughesnet refuses to upload or download or whatever the hell it does to send my pictures from my phone to my inbox--so we are not QUITE this far along color-wise as the last picture, but we are farther along than any year I've ever seen. It's game … Continue reading Carnivore Dreams — an early Fall
Here is a good article on fasting. There are a lot of them. I don't know the backgrounds of all these people, but intermittent fasting just strikes me as right--I go with my gut. Has to make sense with how we evolved. Click here learn more about fasting.
Steaks at camp--sorry about focus--guess I should have left it smaller. I was browsing the internet this a.m. and noticed that Jordan Peterson's wife was diagnosed with terminal cancer, though she seems to be no longer "terminal" and doing well. One thing I have not heard either he or Mikhaila discuss is fasting or other … Continue reading Carnivore/Keto Thoughts — MTOR/AMPK pathway, Berberine, Intermittent Fasting – Jordan Peterson
Not only is it bad--it's blind to its own shortcomings. It's cold, antiseptic, unhuman. Hitler was a vegetarian... I'm on the road today and I wish you a happy happy Friday. I'll be at camp and will drop you thoughts from there. How are your dreams? Your diet? Your world?