Co-Founder @rebelhealth_ I tweet about health, fitness, finance, fatherhood, and start up stuff. Documenting fitness transformation.
Aug 21 • 10 tweets • 3 min read
- move more
- lift weights
- eat real food
- sleep well
- be lean
- build community
- have purpose
- 10,000 steps a day
- Zone 2 cardio at least 2-3 times per week
- Active lifestyle
- Ditch the devices and TV
- walk 15 minutes after meals
- take ritualized family walks
- find hobbies that make you move like hiking
Jul 30 • 30 tweets • 9 min read
Oral BPC 157 has been a total game changer for me. Incredible.
- eliminated all heart burn
- ended my tennis elbow
- resolved a tendon tweak in two days that would have taken a lot longer
- almost cured my Episcleritis, a chronic condition I’ve had since my teens
Apr 1 • 10 tweets • 4 min read
Two weeks ago my youngest daughter and I spent the day at the modern art museum.
Today we head to the West Wing of the National Gallery.
Here’s two pieces I’m excited to see:
We definitely need a cleanse after some of the crud we saw at the Hirshhorn.
I wonder what my ten year old with think of Byzantine Christian art as compared to contemporary social Justice drivel. Lol
Mar 29 • 8 tweets • 2 min read
AI will take real world economic markets as close as is possible to the theoretical text book market.
The only people who make money then are rent seekers.
AI reduces friction, spreads information, closes arbitrage gaps, and will commodify almost every product.
The only people who make money in a “perfect market” are people who use the government or monopolies to extract rents from the rest of us.
Mar 29 • 5 tweets • 2 min read
How many of you have a doctor who would be happy you brought in a ton of research, had lots of questions, and expected to be a partner in your own health journey?
It’s a laughable question because the entire medical system crushes doctors into little curt, compliant, conceited assholes who don’t have time or care for patient input.
A shoe salesmen will listen more than a doctor.
Mar 28 • 5 tweets • 2 min read
Just came today and I can’t put it down. Attia is a national treasure.
If you love yourself and your kids you’ll read this book.
This book is well written. It’s been crafted and curated and there’s a narrative thread pulling the reader through.
It also contains numerous anecdotes and call backs which make digesting the essential health information easy and fun.
Kudos to Attia’s co author Bill Gifford.
Mar 28 • 8 tweets • 2 min read
Building a company in public in real time is risky. Lots could go wrong and I could drop the ball. But I like the pressure and it builds anticipation.
and hopefully it inspires others as well
if there's one thing people learn from me its perseverance
never, ever, EVER fucking quit.
Mar 27 • 16 tweets • 6 min read
Our startup telehealth company @rebelhealth_ will incorporate state-of-the-art genetic testing to inform treatment, nutrition, exercise, and epigenetic counseling.
People ask me what can they learn from their genes.
Here's some samples from my own report.
I have an increased risk of Insulin resistance. I have high fasting blood sugar and insulin levels despite eating low carb for many years.
Mar 25 • 6 tweets • 4 min read
We’re all fed up with the medical complex.
They want you fat, sick, and barely treading water.
The old ways will get you no where.
Are you ready to be the strongest, healthiest version of yourself?
Join the list to save your spot:
The Rebel Health Alliance is a network of licensed MD’s, Epigenetic coaches, strength and conditioning masters, and dietary wizards.
We are all sick and tired of the medical industrial complex and want to provide a new way.
We want you to be the best version of you possible.
Mar 24 • 9 tweets • 3 min read
Subject: The Liver Lazarus: My Escape from Fatty Liver's Death Grip
You know how some folks have a near-death experience, and then they see the light? Well, my liver had one of those.
Let me explain.
A few months back, I was a prime candidate for a one-way ticket to Fatty Liver Land. My liver enzymes were on a rocket ship to the moon, and I was getting desperate. It felt like I was on the set of a horror movie titled "Attack of the Killer Liver Enzymes."
Mar 24 • 8 tweets • 3 min read
How many of you have had a physician, strength coach, epigenetic counselor, nurse, and dietitian go over your dna, bloodwork, and medical history together in a comprehensive way to create a customized care plan for you?
I know I had never
& the more I think about it the more I wonder why that is? Why haven’t we had care plan established by professionals using latest research & analysis to prescribe a customized approach to holistic health & fitness?
Cost is part of it
But the truth is worse
Mar 23 • 16 tweets • 4 min read
Are you tired of feeling like a pawn in the hands of the traditional healthcare system, constantly struggling to find a doctor who truly understands your needs? Imagine waking up every day feeling energized, healthy, + optimistic about life. That reality is closer than you think.
Picture a better future:
Visualize yourself in a world where your healthcare providers are not bound by the limitations of conventional medicine, but instead focus on your unique needs, working tirelessly to help you achieve optimal health and vitality.
Mar 22 • 8 tweets • 2 min read
My bloodwork in October said my liver enzymes were elevated suggesting possible fatty liver disease.
So I started taking TUDCA supplement.
As of today all my levels are in healthy range!
Conclusions and implications: TUDCA attenuates the progression of HFD-induced NAFLD in mice by ameliorating gut inflammation, improving intestinal barrier function, decreasing intestinal fat transport and modulating intestinal microbiota composition.
My youngest daughter got in trouble and we banned tv and devices for 10 days.
During her free time she came up the idea to create a health plan for herself called “Expedition Health” with exercise, sleep, and diet guidelines she created all on her own.
Lesson in there.
For her first work out she asked me to teach her some basic movements like body weight squats, lunges, plank, and sit ups.
We crafted a little circuit for her and she executed it all on her own.
She sees the big kids doing it and hears us talking about it and wants in.
Mar 20 • 6 tweets • 2 min read
We're running some test diagnostics @rebelhealth_ on me as a client. Here's a sample of the blood work I'm doing that will likely be a part of the standard package we order for clients. This goes way beyond whatever your PCP may order for you.
I'm going in for another DEXA scan tomorrow as well.
And I've already had my genetic testing done.
This comprehensive analysis is all part of what we're doing at @rebelhealth_ and it's pretty exciting.
Mar 18 • 6 tweets • 2 min read
I been grinding chat gpt4 hard. Trained to be a CFO. it’s been doing budgets and projections for me. Writing manuals and policies.
But today the data integrity started to degrade. It started using different costs for things I never said. Just changed hourly rates randomly.
It seems like to got tired after a while. And all of sudden it would just change numbers without asking. Things that had been core assumptions from the beginning.
Until then it had been awesome.
I started retraining it but then ran out of tokens even with gpt+
Mar 18 • 4 tweets • 2 min read
Getting some culture with my youngest today. Is this art?
Mar 18 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
Well I asked chat gpt a bunch of stuff above myself that was public knowledge as of sept 2021 and it failed miserably.
For example it said I had never interviewed Dugin, and that I was still employed by the dc charter school board.
It also seems clear that chat gpt’s knowledge base excludes some websites. I keep asking it questions about stuff that is easily googleable at the time and it just doesn’t know.
Important to consider when using it for research and analysis.
Mar 17 • 9 tweets • 2 min read
These are the people that move out of the city to the burbs for the space and “good schools” who then turn the burbs into the hell hole they just left behind.
Note how the sign is the as the popular SJW yard sign?
Of course the NAACP is in favor of abolishing single family houses. It’s in line with abolishing the family.
But note- zoning doesn’t exclude anyone by color - in this case it’s money - and there’s an astounding amount of brown Indians and yellow Asians in Arlington.
Mar 15 • 8 tweets • 2 min read
Taking the short time needed to learn how to use chatgpt and other AI tools today maybe one of the highest leverage things you can do.
Jump on it now. Become fluent in prompt generation asap. Be amazed.
Your younger competition is already doing it anyway…
I’ll fill this thread with tips as I come across them
One key point is to remember chat gpt doesn’t know who it’s talking to so at first it can give simplistic answers.
Set the frame by telling it it’s an expert and so are you. Then follow up with questions that probe deeper
Mar 14 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
ChatGPT4 is really incredible. I did a week’s worth of work today in a couple of hours.
Take time to educate chat gpt4 on what you want, give it the right frame, and teach it your writing style and it’s for sure “good enough.”
It’s not perfect but good enough is ok!
I’ve crafted web pages, sales letters, emails, press releases, job descriptions, hiring plans, work plans, and more.
Insane time saver !
If you haven’t taken time to learn how to use it I highly suggest you do.