#21: Humans Behave Like Packs of Wolves for Survival
In this training, EXPOSED: “Most doctors are completely unaware and oblivious that this is happening.“ If you don’t study clinical methodology or take the time to learn about lab statistics; you’ll never know.
Humans Behave Like Packs of Wolves for Survival
The Tale of the Two Rules
Your gonna learn how to discern through the confusing science camps out there and how it got so bad.
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- Humans behave more like packs of wolves in terms of community
- Dynamic people develop a habit within their routine
- The Tale of The Two Rules
- Understanding Cui Bono and how to sort out authentic literature
I am really excited to start you on this journey and I hope to add a lot of value to your life as a whole.
Nutrition is remarkable in its ability to have people with completely opposite views saying they have science to support completely opposite views.
Frustrating isn’t it? What are we suppose to believe?
Welcome to Dynamism Biohack, my name is Dr. Matt Hammett Wellness & Nutrition Expert, Lifestyle Trainer and Movement Enthusiast. In each week I’m going share with you how to make the right nutritious choices despite conflicting expert opinions where I help you to discover how to unlock your inner aborigine or your inner greatness. Thank you for spending this time with me today, so let’s get into the training.
The Tale of the two rules
HOW DO YOU LOVE? It seems like a simple question; why then, are there thousands of books written on the subject? What does love mean?
The ancient Greek philosophers wrote about four different types of love. Storge, or familial love, is a word they described as the bond that exists between one who loves animals, people and animate things that surround the environment. Philia is described as friendship; it is the mutual comrade between universal values. Eros is defined as the passion, not only for sexual nature but also spiritual nature. Finally, agapic love is manifested when one person gives generously to a needy person. Agapic love is generous, without concern for reward. In 1 Corinthians, Paul writes that love is the greatest of all the virtues: “So faith, hope, love abide, these three; but the greatest of these is love” (1 Cor. 13:13).
Our life manifests with different passions of love. We have a deep-seated need to be around each other, connected, and supported.
And that leads us to Dynamism Biohack: The Tale of the two rules.
Humans Behave More Like Packs of Wolves in Terms of Community and the Need for Each Other for our Survival
The Need for Connectedness
Humans, just like wolves, elephants, and mice, are driven by their physical and emotional senses. Cultivating a habit of generosity within our routine can help us develop deep-seated happiness and connectedness with others. Selfishness only offers fleeting joy that is dependent on external circumstances.
The Importance of Lifestyle, Genetics, and Epigenetics
Our lifestyle choices, including what we eat, how we move, think, connect, and cope with stressors, affect not only our own health but also the development and health of our children and grandchildren. Authentic literature that is genetically congruent for humans is crucial to understanding our health and making the right conscious choices. Dynamic people integrate both medical and natural health to give themselves the best fighting chance in life.
Two Crucial Rules
Two important rules can help people make the right conscious choices when it comes to their health. If your great-grandmother wouldn’t recognize a food as food, then it is not food. Additionally, if something is not found in nature and has been created by man, then it should be considered a toxin. Dynamic people feed their DNA in a positive way with healthy eating and moving, causing epigenetic changes that carry over to the next generation.
The Art of Discerning Through Science
Cui Bono, or “who benefits,” is an important question to ask when trying to discern through science and sort out authentic literature from artificial turf studies designed to benefit a particular power. Most doctors are not trained in natural health and lifestyle, and mainstream media lacks discernment when it comes to determining what is authentic literature. Dynamic people understand that science must be viewed through the lens of humanity and the natural order of life. If you find these trainings impact you, make an appointment today.