The paleo movement is gaining steam all the time which is great. There all kinds of people from all kinds of backgrounds adding to the greater good of the community. One of those individuals who I see as having a positive influence is the Bulletproof executive, Dave Asprey.
Dave Asprey is the man behind the internet viral health craze invention called Bulletproof coffee. He designed one of the craziest ideas when he told everyone how good it is to put butter in your coffee in the morning. Yup gold old fashioned real grass fed butter. However, there are two other very important ingredients needed to make a cup of his bulletproof coffee. That is using mycotoxin-free coffee beans called upgraded coffee and using his bulletproof mct oil.
The idea is that the butter gives you butyric acid, the coffee the benefits of coffee and the MCT oil the benefits of medium chain triglycerides for energy. The wonderful thing about this type of refined coconut oil is that it doesn’t affect your cholesterol and is great for the malnourished. Having been on the stuff for several months now paleo man can say give it a 5 star cup of coffee bulletproof coffee review. To get started you can buy all the upgraded-self products from www.bulletproof-coffee.com
I can imagine paleo man sitting too long stripping the meat of a freshly killed animal in his cave to be struck down with a sudden case of lower back pain when trying to stand up from the ground. He wouldn’t have had a conventional doctor on hand like we do in modern medicine so who would have been his medicine man? I believe his local back doctor in those days would have been a doctor of Chiropractic.
With low back pain and neck pain being such a common problem in society surely back then they would have had the same problems. It seems man has an inherent weakness in our development when it comes to the spine. It doesn’t seem to matter if you are sedentary sitting all day on your bum or if you exercise lots and stay muscular, backache strikes everyone.
I recently had an episode of sciatica which needed help urgently. I have been trying out paleo exercise ideas like joining a local cross-fit gym. Of course these types of olympic lifts and body weight exercises are something I haven’t done in a very long time. Hence the onset of muscle spasm and a pinched nerve down my left leg. Thank goodness one of the others at the gym passed on the number of a local chiropractor in Johannesburg. After my first experience in the chiropractors office I do believe paleo man would have done the same thing. It seems so natural to not first use medicine or injections but rather have someone work the problem muscles and release the pressure on the nerve with a good spinal adjustment. That click is just so on the money and gives instant gratification.
If you ever find yourself in my situation or even if you have some thing else like a headache, stiff neck or herniated disc check out the free information on a website over at http://chiroclinic.co.za