One of the most common types of questions we get are in regard to our philosophy of nutrition. Questions like, "How much protein/carbohydrate/fat do you recommend?", "Which foods are good and bad for me?", and, "I thought animal products were bad for you?" are very commonplace.Until now we have never compiled our philosophy into a short, easy-to-understand article, so we thought we would remedy that today. Please keep in mind, though, that this is a lot and it can be overwhelming.I understand the feeling of overwhelm. While we’ve tried to break it down into a step-by-step process, it can still feel like a lot when you see the whole big thing ahead of you.First off, I’d recommend scheduling a 15-20 minute chat with us to discuss your concerns. We'll be your best resource in coming up with solutions. You can do that by going to https://gutsy.ch/consult and picking a time that works for you....
Atoms, molecules, organelles, cells, tissues, organs, organisms (us). That is how the building blocks of life are ordered.
But we need to understand the most fundamental building block, the atom, in order to understand everything else that is constructed from them.
The Newtonian diagram of an atom and what reality is are two completely different things.
And any honest scientist would tell you that we still aren’t entirely sure what the atom looks like. Multiple models are used depending on what scientists are trying to measure.
However, I want to bring some understanding to the scale of an atom for you and show you how atoms are actually mostly empty space.
Imagine a professional football field/stadium and in the center a grain of rice. Now imagine 5 or so grains of sand rotating around the outside of football stadium. That is a more accurate scale of what an atom consists of. Empty space...mostly empty space.
But how can this be? How can...
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