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I keep a stash of these in my office closet and eat about one bag a week. My favorite chips!
MASA chips are made from organic corn from small New England farms. The corn is nixtimalized, which frees the niacin, makes it more digestible, and eliminates 97-100% of the mycotoxins (based on studies with aflatoxin).
Then they are fried in grass-fed beef tallow!
They are full-bodied and feel nourishing, and they are the perfect saltiness.
That is, I do not feel like a company has tagged me as eating a low-salt diet just because I want a healthy chip.
The bulk of your diet should be unprocessed and minimally processed foods, but there is an important place for health snacks!
I keep a ten-month supply of their beef sticks in my office closet, and small stashes in my backpack and travel bags so that I can use them as my preferred snack whenever I’m traveling or need something quick so I don’t get distracted from my work by needing to go to the kitchen.
I also use one or two capsules of their Essential C Complex per day during periods where I am not consistently getting 200 mg or more of vitamin C per day from whole foods. It is made from organic amla berry, camu camu berry, and unripe acerola cherry.
I take 6 capsules of their liver extract per day during periods where I am not meeting my target of an average of 4-8 ounces of liver per week.
During periods where I am not actively eating oysters, I take 6 capsules of Oystermax a day on an empty stomach, which is like eating 1-2 oysters. OysterMax is made by Marine Health Foods, and they also offer a wild Alaskan salmon oil and a shark liver oil.
Seeking Health makes my favorite genetic analysis and the only one I routinely use in my consulting practice, Strategene. I take one capsule of their vitamin B6 as P5P every day, and I use their lactase drops in my raw milk (raw milk has some lactase but not as much as the healthy gut of someone without genetic lactase non-persistence!).
I use one or two of their lion’s mane- and rhodiola-based “Think” packets on days where I need deep focus for research and writing.
This mattress came highly recommended by my friend and sleep expert Dan Pardi, PhD, founder of HumanOS. I am the proud owner of a full, double-sided “Harvest Green Original.”
I personally use a ChiliPAD (now called Cube Sleep) to keep my mattress cool at night. I will be upgrading to the Dock Pro and trying out the chiliBLANKET soon. This is hands down one of the best tools I’ve used to improve my sleep. Read more about my experience in How the Chili Pad Took My Sleep to the Next Level.
I use their amber glasses with prescription lenses as my night-time blue-blockers, and their “blue light blocking torch” as a red light flashlight when going into rooms at night where I don’t have ambient amber light set up. I also use their EMF-blocking laptop mat under my keyboard when I’m at my desk, and with a pillow under my laptop on the less common occasions I work freely with my laptop on my lap. I use their EMF-free airtube headphones when I need headphones to reduce feedback on my computer.
I use this for five minutes a day as part of my morning routine, and find it invigorating. I personally am very heat-intolerant and I make it a point to sweat during high-intensity exercise but I do not feel that I benefit from extra sweating. Otherwise, I would use this for longer. Five minutes a day is my sweet spot. One of my favorite things about this model is that within a few minutes you can pack it or unpack it for storage, making it especially excellent for small apartments where space is a premium.
I currently use a Berkey water filter, and if you'd like to know more about what made me choose Berkey, I've written a whole article on it. To read that article, click here.