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Is saturated fat unhealthy?

By PJ Glassey / / Comments Off on Is saturated fat unhealthy?

Finally, we see credible, intelligent, and eloquent sources speaking out against nutritional misinformation campaigns we have been forced to endure for decades. This post is about the myth/lie that saturated fat is unhealthy. If you want to read a great book on the topic, click here to see how to buy The Clot Thickens by Dr,…

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What history and perspective tell us about gratitude

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Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council, recently wrote this article I just had to repost so more people could read it because of his fabulous perspective and history of gratitude during different challenging times in our country’s history.  Why do I talk so much about gratitude? Because I’m a brain trainer guy and…

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More Research on the Benefits of Xercise

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This is one of my longer posts, but it will be worth it – both as an education piece and also as a motivator to exercise. If you have a highly function Pre Frontal Cortex (PFC), you will have the attention span to finish this. If you don’t, you will find it difficult to maintain…

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Your Brain on Xercise

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Regular exercise boosts your productivity, focus, mood, relationships, and more. When you exercise, your body creates a vast cascade of chemicals and hormones that change your brain in the short term, but also grows new neurons in the long term for a happier, stronger, better, younger, and more productive you! Don’t take my word for…

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Banned and deleted videos page

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All righty then! Since YouTube has appointed itself as the supreme authority on pretty much everything, and makes up its own ever-changing rules to control what you see (and hopefully think), I had to create a backup channel on Brighteon, which is a site that honors free speech and good science. How sad it is…

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“New” data validates Time Under Tension

By PJ Glassey / / Comments Off on “New” data validates Time Under Tension

I always get a chuckle when “new discoveries” emerge from elsewhere validating the things we have been doing for decades, like Time Under Tension (TUT), a term I coined back in 1989 when running experiments on my own personal training clients to develop the X Gym methods we have today. Tonal brand exercise machines just…

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