Fighting Tyranny with Optimization
By Casey Porter
August 4th, 2020
The last few months have highlighted that fact that we’re fighting an all out war on our freedom.
Between the government, the environment, and what we eat, we’re being subject to a multi-pronged attack on our rational thinking and consciousness.
Through optimization, we can protect ourselves.
What we eat and how we live our lives are the biggest determinants of our health, our ability to think clearly, and function as sovereign individuals and families.
The government wants to keep us fat, sick, and dependent on their drugs because we’re easier to control and manipulate that way.
What are some of the structures that make us more prone to this manipulation?
How do we remain empowered in a world that’s trying to clamp down on our freedom?
In this episode, I’m joined by husband and wife, parents and founders of Fat Fueled Family, Danny and Maura Vega.
We discuss how to make ourselves stronger and more resilient against the poison of today’s existence.
Everything we come into contact with changes the way our genes express themselves.
Three Things You’ll Learn in This Episode
- Two factors to watch in any diet
There are thousands of healthy diets that work differently for different people. We should keep our focus on maximizing metabolic flexibility and insulin manipulation, especially as we age.
- Why we should think twice before going vegan
Our microbiome was not designed for us to eat plants full-time, and ultimately the agenda of the organizations pushing veganism is all about money and control.
- How to treat food as a tool to keep our minds sharp
If we’re not eating the right way, our brains aren’t going to work well, and that makes it so much easier for the system to confuse, control, and divide us.
Danny and Maura Vega are the creators of the Fat Fueled Family, a blog, podcast, and YouTube channel dedicated to leading a movement that will empower families to eat better, move more, and grow closer.
For more information, visit https://www.fatfueled.family/ or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.