Coming Very Soon: Tribal Prebiotic

I could not be more pleased than to finally tell you about this, available soon, exclusively through FreeTheAnimal.com. It’s from Karl Seddon, inventor and manufacturer of Elixa Probiotic, of which we’ve talked about so much over the last couple of years. It’s Tribal Prebiotic. You may recall that nearly two years ago—and after chewing on…Read More

The Clinton Emails and the Foundation

For those interested in a pretty in-depth, top-level treatment of both of these topics, this panel by Judicial Watch is worth it. In response to the revelations about the pay-to-play scandal tied to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s non-state.gov email system and the Clinton Foundation, Judicial Watch hosted an educational panel discussion:  “Clinton Scandal…Read More

This Video Ought To Make A Human Being Weep

I’ve published this image many times on this blog over years. Here’s a video. Here’s what I wrote on Facebook earlier today: A very compelling video. This is outright nihilism, the utter destruction of burgeoning Enlightenment in its tentative, tender, formative stages. Radical Islam is an enormous, global problem, now; fully unconfined, and it’s squarely…Read More

Podcast #4: Alex Leaf Exposes Shortcomings in the Paleo Narrative

Last week I published Everything You Believe About What Paleoman Ate Is Way Wrong. That post was based on some research identified by Alex Leaf in: Eat first, share later: the foraging habits of Hadza hunter-gatherers. After the interview portion of that, we delve into what Alex’s nutritional recommendations are, which might surprise you. You can read both…Read More

Everything You Believe About What Paleoman Ate Is Way Wrong

It’s just not way wrong, it’s astoundingly, embarrassingly wrong. The story goes like this. A long time ago, in a land far far away, folks like Loren Cordain and S. Boyd Eaton got together and did a study. Plant-animal subsistence ratios and macronutrient energy estimations in worldwide hunter-gatherer diets (2000) …Because the hunter-gatherer way of life…Read More

Zeroing In: Nutritionally Dense Because Low Calorie

Nutritional density ought best be viewed in combination with its energy; that is, how much high-quality nutrition per calorie. Everything pictured above is pretty decent in terms of nutritional bang for the caloric buck tradeoff, except the water crackers, which are just a bit on non-enriched wheat substrate. So here was the take from Amazon,…Read More