Showing posts from November, 2019

The Eat Deplete Repeat Manifesto

Eat. Deplete. Repeat. The Manifesto By Eric Sartori This is dedicated to you and all of my friends in the timed eating, intermittent fasting, prolonged fasting and ketogenic community who have yet to reach your goal but refuse to give up. Your tenacity inspires me. May this new process deliver to you hope and the results your hard work deserves. Cheers! These are my results from practicing EDR for 3 months straight with minimal deviation from the practice guidelines. Disclaimer This is not a complete user guide for the process it outlines. The manifesto identifies who I believe will benefit from this method, the struggles we face with current weight loss, ketogenic and intermittent fasting protocols and my experience with Eat Deplete Repeat (EDR) so far. This will be a living document and revised as necessary. At the time that I began self-experimentation and at the present time and after speaking with many people in the timed eating (TE), time-restr

Frank's Sign

Frank's Sign - The diagonal earlobe crease as a predictor of heart disease and stroke. by Nurse Eric This article is intended for educational purposes only. Introduction Since starting my career as a nurse in 2012 I've been intrigued by the bedside physical assessment signs that point to inward disease because I believe that a nurse who can identify problems before they become deadly can save lives.  Here's a link to a video I made telling the story of how I learned about Frank's Sign. Take a look at this comment I received on this video about Frank's Sign. I think it's incredible that someone followed through to get a CT scan because of what they saw in their earlobes. Look at what it said. It's good he followed through. Frank's sign is one of those outward signs that can point to some big problems. Think of it like the canary in the coal mine. Poor canaries!  Coronary Artery