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The Lazy Person’s Guide to Health and Wellness – Introduction – Free Book

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‘Metabolic Hacking’ and other Great Health Secrets Revealed…’

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The Metabolic Deception…

Humanity is suffering from a major health crisis, unfortunately intentional, that centres around the deliberate concealment of crucial information about the central role of metabolic health in human wellness.

Yet we are so busy, stressed, exhausted and misled that unravelling the truth and finding your unique path to amazing health and energy is challenging. After all, who has time to pick through all the knowledge and extract the most vital and useful information you need to thrive?

Vitruvian Human does!!! Years of research and study has been filtered and summarised on this site, and this serialised book contains a wealth of incredible hacks and tricks that put you back in control of your metabolic, foundational health – with the minimum of effort.

The truth is, with all the accrued knowledge available to us, achieving high levels of health is simpler and easier than ever – it is just a question of finding the key knowledge, strategies and activities that achieve the most for the least effort.

Below is the introduction and a list of the topics covered in this serialised book. Each chapter will be uploaded as a post over the coming weeks. Please visit our wonderful sponsor: G City Health to explore the powerful, ancient remedies they offer.

The Lazy Person’s Guide to Health and Wellness – Introduction

If you are someone who struggles to find the motivation to exercise or stick to a healthy diet don’t fear – it is in fact the norm! If you feel like you just don’t have the time or energy to put towards improving your health you’re not alone. Many people struggle to make healthy habits a priority in their busy lives.

But the good news is that some simple tricks and shortcuts that can help even the laziest or busiest of people boost their health with minimal effort have been conveniently compiled into a useful book by Vitruvian Human. Now, using a tiny fraction of the effort most expend, you can live an energised and healthy life and avoid the tragedy of such ailments as obesity, diabetes, and insulin resistance.

Of course, there is no way to be completely sedentary and also healthy – some effort has to be put in at some time. However, with all the new science and the power of crowd accelerated learning caused by internet communication, the best ways to cheat your way to health are right here. 

In this guide, we’ll explore the numerous benefits of great metabolic hacks such as high-intensity interval training (HIIT), Intermittent Fasting (IF) and making small changes to your diet and lifestyle that can trick your metabolism into healthier functioning.

In addition we cover other sources of potential ‘well-being impairment’ such as stress and toxic people with some ideas on how to minimise the negatives.

Most importantly we reveal suppressed health secrets that certain people definitely don’t want you to know. By implementing just a few of the strategies and techniques outlined herein, you can begin to really take control of your metabolic health and live a happier, healthier life – without all the ballbusting!

So, let’s get started!

INTRODUCTION – The Primary Issue

Metabolic disorders – particularly obesity – are major public health issues that affect millions of people around the world. Obesity is defined as having an excess amount of body fat, and is typically measured using the body mass index (BMI). Obesity is associated with a variety of negative health outcomes, including increased risk for cardiovascular disease, certain types of cancer, and respiratory problems.

One of the consequences of obesity is insulin resistance. Insulin is a hormone that regulates the levels of glucose (sugar) in the blood. When the body becomes resistant to insulin, it is unable to effectively use this hormone to regulate blood sugar levels. This can lead to a condition called prediabetes, in which blood sugar levels are higher than normal but not yet high enough to be classified as type 2 diabetes.

Type 2 diabetes is a chronic condition characterised by high blood sugar levels. It is caused by a combination of genetics and lifestyle factors, including obesity, physical inactivity, and poor diet. Untreated or poorly managed diabetes can lead to a variety of serious complications, including nerve damage, kidney disease, eye problems, and an increased risk of heart attack and stroke.

Other metabolic consequences of poor lifestyle habits, such as a sedentary lifestyle and unhealthy diet, can include high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and an increased risk of developing certain types of cancer. These conditions are all closely linked to obesity and can contribute to a vicious cycle of poor health outcomes.

In conclusion, obesity, insulin resistance, and diabetes are all closely linked to poor lifestyle habits, such as a lack of physical activity and unhealthy diet. These conditions can lead to a variety of serious health problems and significantly increase the risk of premature death. It follows that it is important to prioritise a healthy lifestyle in order to prevent or manage these conditions and improve overall health and wellbeing.

However, until now, the effort and investment of time, energy and resources required to achieve a healthy lifestyle has prevented many, if not most, from attaining the benefits of ‘metabolic fitness.’ In recent years, innovative ideas and better science have combined to bring metabolic health within reach of everyone by massively reducing the efforts involved and targeting key actions that can produce major benefits at little cost. Let’s take a look.

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The Lazy Person’s Guide: Chapter 14 – AI – Seven Free AI Health Apps You Can Use Today!

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Artificial intelligence is rapidly changing the tasks humans perform and the way we all interact with the world. This is very good news for the lazy and/or smart person, as machines can now assist, enhance and even take over many tasks. This can either increase your productivity by orders of magnitude – or reduce the effort you must make to achieve those things you determine need doing.

Smart fitness apps and other health related technologies can massively improve our awareness of and actions on health related challenges. We can monitor and understand our bodies and its systems as never before, which ties in well with the hacks outlined in this ebook.

In addition, the new generations of AI are very advanced and can help with solving issues and challenges in life and with mental and emotional support we may need but not be able to access from humans for one reason or another.

Countless new tools are emerging and many of them will profoundly affect human lifestyle and health. Therefore it is important for the thinking person to understand and where possible utilise these new advanced technologies t improve their life and their full expression as a being. Below are some of the powerful apps already available for AI enhanced health:

Seven AI Health Apps You Can Use Today!

Skin Health – SkinVision for Android | iOS (Free, subscription available)

Health Diagnosis – WebMD for Android | iOS (Free)

Health Support – Ada for Android | iOS (Free)

Health and Symptom Tracking – Babylon for Android | iOS (Free)

Symptom Diagnosis and Tracking – Symptomate for Android | iOS (Free)

Virtual Nurse – Sensely for Android | iOS (Free)

Diagnosis and Medication – Healthily for Android | iOS (Free, subscription available)

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The Lazy Person’s Guide: Chapter 13 – ‘Ormes’ and ‘Ormus’

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Ormes (Orbitally Rearranged Monotomic Elements) also known as Ormus (in the product form), is a group of elements including gold, platinum, silver, irridium, copper and other precious metals that are believed to have special healing properties.

These altered state elements, thought to make up as much as 10% of planet Earth’s mass, are extremely hard to detect as they have lost their outer electron ring or ‘charge’ and don’t interact with the physical reality as they would in their normal form. For example, ‘monotomic gold’ is a powder. The gold atoms that would normally align and connect to form the metallic gold we know and love cannot connect as they have to charge to attract and bond them.

These monotomic (in copper’s case, diatomic – two atoms) elements operate largely within the ‘quantum’ reality, and it is at this level they appear to be crucial to many life processes. Quantum biologists have uncovered structures within cells known as ‘tubules.’ These tubules are so tiny they exhibit quantum phenomena. Ormes are thought to inhabit these incredibly tiny structures and play a crucial role in cellular health and body communication.

Orme elements appear to be a component in the elusive process that allows ‘consciousness’ to exist – particularly gold which is believed to activate the mysterious pineal gland – an inturned eye (your eyes are the outer pineal glands) full of unusually charged and structured water laced with monotomic gold.

Other orme elements are associated with various systems of the body, such as copper with the immune system.

Orme elements are found in a variety of sources, including certain types of seawater, certain types of soils, and certain types of plants. It is increasingly looking like ormes may have a very high presence in so called ‘superfoods’ and may be a partial reason for their potency in boosting health.

There is a large and growing body of anecdotal evidence suggesting that ormes can have a variety of positive effects on health, including improved mental clarity, increased energy, better sleep, and improved overall well-being.

David Hudson, who is credited with re-discovering the ancient alchemic medicine known as ‘mannah’ in biblical times, rebranding them as ‘monotomic elements.’ Hudson made his discovery in 1975 while analysing and observing the behaviour of soil elements on his farmland.

Those who have an interest in suppressing such things, have labelled him as ‘Material Man’ due to his wealth – which he used to fund research into Ormes. They also mock his references to alchemy and the comparisons between alchemic practices and quantum effects.

Research into ormes has been limited (as they cannot be patented and monetised – Hudson owns the patents and allows anyone bar major corporations to use them freely – so much for material man!). Studies have suggested that ormes may have a positive effect on the immune system. A study from 2013 found that ormes had an immunomodulatory effect, meaning that it could regulate the immune system. In addition, a study from 2015 found that ormes had a protective effect on human cell cultures exposed to ultraviolet radiation.

As Dr. Joe Mercola, an integrative medicine practitioner, explains, “Ormes, also known as ORMUS, offer a unique form of energy that has been used in various forms of healing for centuries. It is believed to be able to improve physical, mental, and emotional well-being and is an essential part of the holistic healing process.”

In conclusion, Ormes are thought to play a vital role in body energetic systems, particularly the so called ‘subtle’ (hard to detect with crude instruments) energy systems referred to as chi and qi in Asian medicine and once known as ‘ether’ by alchemic medicine. The concept of ether was dismissed by physics but the emergence of quantum physics is revealing man hidden dimensions and systems underpinning the ‘reality’ we experience.

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The Lazy Person’s Guide: Chapter 12 – Grounding

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Grounding, also known as ‘Earthing,’ is a holistic health practice that involves connecting the body to the Earth’s natural electrical energy. This is truly a lazy health hackers gem – zero cost and zero effort!

Proponents of grounding argue that connecting with the Earth’s natural magnetic and telluric energy fields can provide a range of health benefits, including reducing stress, improving sleep quality, and reducing inflammation – and they bring receipts.

Research has shown that grounding can indeed help to regulate cortisol levels and improve the body’s production of melatonin, both of which can help to reduce stress and improve sleep quality. Grounding can also reduce the body’s production of anti-inflammatory molecules, resulting in a reduction of inflammation and pain.

For example, a 2020 study in the Canadian Journal of Cardiology concluded that grounding was associated with a decreased risk of developing cardiovascular disease and improved heart rate variability. Another study published in 2019 in the journal Complementary Therapies in Medicine found that grounding was associated with a decrease in pain and increased mobility.

As Dr. Stephen Sinatra, an integrative cardiologist, explains, “Grounding or earthing is an ancient practice that reconnects us to the energy of the Earth, which is a giant battery of free electrons. When we become electrically grounded, we can benefit from the energy of the Earth and balance our internal energy.”

Grounding can be done in a variety of ways, including walking barefoot, sleeping on an earthing sheet or mat, or even sitting in a chair with both feet on the ground. While there is still much research to be done on the exact mechanisms behind the grounding effect, the evidence thus far indicates it can produce a range of health benefits. As Dr Sinatra puts it, “Grounding is a simple, affordable, natural way to enhance health and well-being.”

Needless to say, those who profit from ill health do NOT want you to know or do this practice which, in my humble opinion, is all the more reason to give it a try!

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