Huel (human fuel, get it?) is a powdered, nutritionally complete, vegan food that can replace most of your meals. If food is, to you, little more than a way of satiating hunger and then making you feel guilty about your poor diet choices, Huel is the solution. It can sate your hunger, provide a healthy… Continue reading Huel is the Future: ethical and nutritionally balanced, great tasting human fuel
In my last post I said I have science to do. That may have been a little misleading, because this is about to be another example of why some science simply hasn't been done. I've been into my fitness for a while now, including on-and-off use of protein supplements (and creatine, but never for long).… Continue reading Doing Science (2) Sports supplement index.
I promised updates on how my two-week dabble with the paleo diet. Then, in the two weeks since I started, I didn't update at all. I've finished it now, so I think this may be the best time to reflect. Also, there is some science near the end, if science is more your style. As… Continue reading Update on the Paleo diet
I’ve never been one for New Year’s resolutions; if you want to change something in your life, start now. There is no good reason to wait until New Year or a birthday or some other milestone. That said, over the last few years something has happened to me around New Year: I’ve had break-ups, been… Continue reading Temporarily on the Paleo Diet and other Me-Related Things
I lift weights. That’s not facetious, I mean I go a gym and I lift up precisely weighted and shaped lumps of metal called dumbbells. As a result I am very strong, for my weight class (under-80 kg; under 176 lbs). I am not strong in any absolute terms, or even on the human scale… Continue reading Transience and My Hobbies
Robbie William’s new song Candy is a song I don’t really get. I like it, I just don’t understand it. And the video doesn’t help. But it has the line “And if don’t feel good what are you doing this for?” I want you to consider that question as you read my post. The other… Continue reading My Dad and Mortality
My last few posts have been about an eclectic mix of things: a linguistic question on the difference between facts and opinions, the Higgs boson and flooding in the Southwest of England, an environmental opinion on Pandas, a brief snippet of my own thinking process using an etch-a-sketch and some health and fitness advice. I’m… Continue reading My Eclectic Musings