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In this highly controversial podcast, we talk about the philosophy of animal suffering, comparison of animal and plant based diets and challenging conventional wisdom. This episode is not for the faint of hearts.
Bio: Daniel is a 32 year old engineer here in Northern California. Employed in the technical sales world, he had taken his health for granted and after getting fat, sick and constantly in pain, he decided to take his health in his own hands. He can be found on twitter with the handle @steakandiron
2:24 – Challenging the “real food”
7:26 – How did you begin your twitter journey?
9:42 – Engagement on twitter
11:30 – How did you get into Keto/Carnivore?
19:30 – Veggies, upset stomach and eating raw meat
23:55 – Fruits nowadays are just fructose bombs and candies
26:14 – The health halo around vegetables and cocktail of chemicals
27:10 – How animals survive vs. plants
30:07 – Conducting self-studies using a carnivorous diet
32:13 – Hijacking the brain’s circuitry and failure of ‘eat less, move more’ advice
33:53 – The biggest self-genocide of human history
34:43 – The religious dogma of veganism
37:41 – Why good intentions don’t always translate into good actions
40:54 – The philosophy of animal suffering and realities of nature
45:02 – Human suffering and failure of the medical system
47:37 – Why growing suppression of ideas and opinions in colleges is dangerous
51:09 – Thought crime and demonizing opposite opinions
55:56 – How do differentiate open and close-minded people?
57:56 – How should someone approach you?
1:00:29 – Favorite books
1:04:45 – Simplicity as a double-edged sword
1:06:45 – Science and application of addiction
1:14:10 – Final Plugs
DANIEL WISEMAN LINK
Fahad is the founder of Ketogeek and hosts the Ketogeek Podcast, a world class health show about food, nutrition and health. He is into resistance training, Ashtanga yoga, calisthenics and various forms of training styles. Armed with a idealistic goals distilled in a world of realism, his goal is to help the world make a better place. He leads a life of extreme generalism or as he describes it, 'The Renaissance Lifestyle'.