This presentation compares Atkins to low carb diet, and 2 others. I found the results absolutely fascinating. You need to be a geek and watch the whole thing to watch this. To sum things up: Net flux is the universal rule, calories in equals calories out. Eat more than you burn and you will gain weight. Burn more than you eat and you will lose weight. In some situations the low carb diet has a distinctive advantage - pre diabetic and insulin resistant people benefit from the low carb diet (makes sense, right?) The quality of the calories you consume [...]
2016-05-21T02:48:45+00:00 October 16th, 2015|
Here is the full-length audio of my guest speaker Theo Goodman discussing recent events related to the Chinese stock market drop. We also discuss some market info for beginners. It's about an hour and twenty minutes. The Super Smart Guy Podcast episode 21 has highlights taken from the full length audio. You can get a preview there. See the charts below that Theo was using during the discussion. Volatility Index (VIX) Value of Euro vs. Swiss Franc S&P 500 Performance August 25, 2015 Shanghai Index for 2015 Link to an article on Forbes discussing [...]
2018-01-24T00:49:10+00:00 August 27th, 2015|
Are you a producer or a consumer? In this video I discuss that both are necessary for the ecosystem to exist. Imagine an artist as the producer, creating amazing works of art. There needs to be consumers that appreciate the artists' efforts, otherwise you have a poor staving artist that can't make a living doing what he loves. The consumers are a critical component in the ecosystem of produce and consume. There are some bad cases of consumption, where the consumer is no give and all take. But for the ecosystem to thrive the producer needs to have an audience [...]
2015-08-22T02:49:54+00:00 August 21st, 2015|
Yesterday a nice lady at the grocer offers me a tasty sample. I ask how did you make this? Where is the shrimp from? Read about Catfish from Vietnam and you will understand the horrors of farm raised seafood from Asian countries. http://supersmartguy.com/index.php/2015/06/19/catfish-from-vietnam/ Total lack of regulation, polluted waters, fish swimming in sewage. You get served that pretty much every time you eat out for seafood. Eapecially the budget places, but you will be surprised how many good restaurants serve this. Where does your food come from? Buyer beware. This shrimp was farm raised in Indonesia. See lower left on [...]
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Think about when was the last time you ate catfish at a restaurant, the cafeteria at work, or bought some for dinner from your local grocery store. Watch this video about catfish production along the polluted Mekong River and you will understand why I am concerned about our health. So little food that is imported from overseas is regulated or even tested. For your own health sake, be careful and make sure you know where your food is coming from.
The first YouTube video post! Just do it. Imperfect action is better than no action. Get started now! You will have plenty of time to refine and perfect your work. Don't suffer from analysis paralysis. I also discuss an intro to the Indigenous Lifestyle Program. Please leave comments and get involved. The YouTube channel is here -> Click Here!
In the latest project, The Indigenous Lifestyle Program, I am working to bring back the lost tribal wisdom of our ancestors. Back in the day life was simpler, people were healthier, and much happier. Everyone knew their place in society, and was successful at it through mentoring of young people and full inclusion of everyone into tribal society. There was a strong sense of community. Everyone bonded together and helped each other - they had to, their survival depended on it. Food was better for you, there were no pesticides and fertilizers used to grow crops. There was no GMO. [...]