Brain Foods – The Art Of Brain Hacking: An Introduction To Nootropics

I try to live as drug-free as possible. I never smoked cigarettes or marihuana, never took any hardcore drugs. I quit alcohol about a year ago and today is my 101st day without caffeine (although I might re-introduce that at some point, there’s just something ritual about brewing coffee, the steam rising from the cup in the morning /sidetrack). Ever since watching the movie Limitless though, smart drugs have had my curiosity.

Tim Ferriss has experimented with Desmopressin nasal spray to ace his Chinese character tests, Dave Asprey openly admits to taking Provigil, so there must be something about these brain foods worth exploring. Luckily, my friend Moe from LifestyleApex has taken it upon himself to explore the depths of using nootropics for focus and will share his findings in this guest post, thus saving me the trouble. Take it away Moe!

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Useless Diets: Why no diet works – but you must try them all

Remember I told you I was on a 1-week Vegan challenge, way back in October? Yeah, I’m way behind on the results, sorry about that. I’m not gonna make excuses saying I didn’t have time – I don’t believe in ‘having time’ (see below).

Something else I don’t believe in, is diets. At least not in what we call diets these days. If you look up where the word diet comes from, Google shows you this:

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See the last line? Greek – ‘diaita’. A way of life. This is, in a nutshell, the reason why all these powders, pills, belly- and waistbands, electric power plates and magazine diets that are re-named and re-promoted year after year, don’t work.

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