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  • Patient of One:n=1
    Nutritional Bricolage:
    “Killing two birds with one stone”
    Elevating the status of self-experimentation
    and nutrition in health affairs
  • My Brain: Migraines & Sinuses
  • Evolutionary Fitness: Art DeVany
  • Primal Blueprint: @Mark_Sisson
  • Price-Pottenger Nutrition Foundation
  • Nancy Appleton: Sugar Toxicity
  • Healthcare Reform: Health Reform
    “Even the most efficient health care system … would still confront a rising tide of chronic disease linked to diet.”—Michael Pollan
    “No system can be created that will not ultimately implode under theweight of a diseased citizenry.”—@KeithNorris
  • Parallels: The Elephant in the Room
    “They did not see the elephant in the room -- too much debt.”
    —NassimTaleb
    “The American way of eating has become the elephant in the room in the debate over health care.”
    —Michael Pollan
  • Falsification
  • Exposure to Black Swan Risks:
  • Exposure to Black Swan Health Risks:
  • How do we live in a world that we don’t understand?
    Be human: tinker
  • Patient of One: n=1 Clinical Trials
  • “Everything starts somewhere; somewhere small.”—Seth Roberts
  • “In the age where only the ‘double-blinded placebo-controlled trial’ gets any respect, we must remember that the great leaps in medicine occurred with an n=1.”
    Doug McGuff
  • Self-Experimentation:Physiologies Set Free
  • Quantitative Self: Fit Day
  • Quantitative Self: Fit Day
  • Qualitative Self: Face Over Time
  • L = September 2008 & R = August 2009
  • ‘Good’ Bacteria: We need a probiotic cultural revolution in medicine
  • ‘Good’ Bacteria: Thick Protective Lawn
  • Antibiotics: Weed Killers
  • ‘Bad’ Bacteria: Opportunistic
  • ‘Good’ Bacteria: ProbioticCulture
    Greek Yogurt (highest fat, lowest carbs)
    Miso soup
    Kombucha
    Sauerkraut
    Cheese (go with Raw)
    Fermented Cod Liver Oil
    Apple Cider Vinegar
    Kefir
    Probiotic supplements, etc.
  • The Physics of Tinkering
  • Inertia: We live by fiction
    Personal Mythology: Tell yourself a story
    Risk Map:Take the Risk by Ben Carson
    What’s the best thing that can happen if I do this?
    What’s the worst thing that can happen if I do?
    What’s the best thing that can happen if I don’t?
    What’s the worst thing that can happen if I don’t?
  • Momentum: Barbell diversification
    80-95% = tried-and-true
    5-20% = novel options
    Hyperconservative:
    Inflammation
    Allergies
    Mood
    Energy
  • The Envelope of Serendipity: Exposure to Positive Black Swans
  • We can learn by grace or by hard knocks: Let’s choose grace!
  • Nullius in Verba: Trust (Self) Experimentation
    Questions?