Polyphasic Sleep, at the 2 month mark

The last update was after 2 weeks starting the polyphasic sleep schedule. Today’s update is almost bang on 2 months since starting. I’ve not done an update in a while as I didn’t want to repeat myself too much. Saying that… here’s me saying pretty much the same thing 3 times in one go: A […]

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Philips goLITE (blue light box)

The Philips goLITE BLU is a compact and portable energy light which produces blue light like a clear summer sky. This particular light therapy is known to naturally help increase your energy level whenever you need it and help fight winterblues. I bought the Philips goLITE a few years ago and have only ever used […]

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Superman Health Poster

This is a reconstruction from separate images found online of the poster my dad had in his natural health clinic when I was about 5. Thus my dad and Superman are my icons of healthy living. And here’s one of yours truly, around 5 years old…

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Mixing the Perfect Meal Replacement (without Soylent)

Following on from Part 1 in this series: Finding the Perfect Meal Replacement (without vitamins or minerals)… With some digging around Google I found these possible products for our meal replacement base: Oil: Sunflower Oil from Goodness.com at 5 litres (5,000 grams) for $50 = $0.01 per gram. Protein: Naked brown rice protein at 5 pounds (2268 grams) […]

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To Mom with Love: The Sunshine Vitamin

“Are you getting enough sunshine!?”  You’ve likely heard it a trillion times or more. With mother’s day dawning upon us now, I wanted to take a deeper look into one of my mom’s favorite mom-isms. Working nights and commonly rising in the mid-late afternoon means that mom is right. I don’t get often get enough […]

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It’s a Bug eat Bug World

  Giant among men A few years ago one of my heroes died and the human race lost a Giant of a man not merely because he stood 6 foot 9 inches tall. Who are your heroes? Is their height one of their defining characteristics? Does size really matter!? I began reading Michael Crichton books […]

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