Ten days living on a DIY version of engineered food. Bottom line: Not bad, but also not for everybody.
If public records are to be believed, the world’s oldest man is a 123-year-old Bolivian peasant living in the highlands. I like to tell people that I plan to live to 120. I am only half joking when I say that.
It’s been hard to find a convenient and reliable source for grass-fed beef. The places I have found so far have required me to go out of my way, or to set up drop-off and pick-up appointments. I knew about South Mountain — they are located not far from Frederick, Maryland — but I thought of them as milk and dairy-only. Then my trainer, Grant Hill, told me they provided all manner of food and I got excited.
Every morning, I take a small amount of raw liver. Why? It makes me feel awesome! Here’s more info.