Some facts about fasting, part 2

Destroying the propaganda


In the first part, we literally destroyed the myths that fasting slows your metabolism and put you in ‘starvation mode’, and that it makes you burn muscle mass when it’s actually extremely muscle sparing.
In this part we’ll look at the misbeliefs that fasting causes low blood sugar and that it will deprive the body of nutrients – when in fact your body fat is […]

By |2018-07-25T15:37:58+02:00June 1st, 2018|Fasting Lifestyle|0 Comments

Some facts about fasting, part 1

Destroying the propaganda


This is the first part of an article series about fasting that I will work on whenever I have time and energy during my recovery and healing from my nano/Morgellons disease. My goal, and hope, with these articles is to inspire, encourage, and help people to try out fasting for improved health, and/or fat loss, and to heal themselves to the best of their abilities.


By |2018-07-22T14:59:39+02:00May 22nd, 2018|Fasting Lifestyle|0 Comments

My 7-day Electrolyte Water Fasting Experiment (old – 2016)

A simple blog with my experiences


Please note: this is an old blog article from 2016 with my first extended fast. Today I do a lot of things differently. Still, there is some beneficial information and some shared experiences that can be useful to know.


Although I tried the Animal Diet in 1998 (the original intermittent fasting diet) and began to incorporate 24 to 36 hours fasts in 2008, […]

By |2021-01-18T10:48:32+01:00November 27th, 2016|Electrolyte Fasting|0 Comments

Red Meat, Salt, Eggs, and Other Goodness

Destroying the dogma from the clueless age of Big Pharma

Written by: Joachim Bartoll, November, 2014 – previously published for online publication
Classic Muscle Newsletter, January 2016 (issue #16)


When I got into nutrition in the mid- and late 80’s, the low fat craze had just begun and it skyrocketed during the 90’s. Fat intake should be kept low, preferable around 10 % of total calories or […]

By |2018-07-25T09:56:16+02:00November 2nd, 2014|Health and Longevity|0 Comments