Insights from Gnosis: How to Live A Healthy Lifestyle

Insights from Gnosis: Living a Health Lifestyle Starts w/ Understanding Which of The Four Body Types You Are Relative to Physical, Mental, Emotional, & Spiritual Balance.

Over-Privileged White Guy (OPWG) Book by Walter Hego

Ever wondered where A-list stars get their star power? What is the honest truth about white privilege & Black Lives Matter? How can we humans achieve to a truly sustainable future?

Insights from Gnosis: What is Celebrity Star Power?

Insights from Gnosis: Most People Have Their Favorite Celebrities. Why Do Celebrities Have Star Power, While Most Humans Do Not? How Does a Celebrity Get Star Power?

Health: 5 Signs You Might Be ‘Skinny Fat’

The Skinny Fat Phenomena—sometimes referred to as thin-fat or “normal-weight obesity”—may affect up to one-fourth of normal weight people, according to one 2008 study.

The Four Body Types & Star Power

In response to the current nationwide & global adult & childhood obesity epidemic, in 2003 Fellow One Research began research on The Four Body Types & Star Power.

Understanding Body Type Four

Of The Four Body Types, A Body Type Four has 10 to 0 out of 33 spinal vertebrae fully extended and muscle mass mostly undeveloped throughout the body as a whole.

Understanding Body Type Three

Of The Four Body Types, A Body Type Three has 21 to 11 out of 33 spinal vertebrae fully extended and muscle mass partially developed throughout the body as a whole.

Understanding Body Type Two

Of The Four Body Types, A Body Type Two has 32 to 22 out of 33 spinal vertebrae fully extended and most muscle mass developed throughout the body as a whole.

Understanding Body Type One

Of The Four Body Types, A Body Type One has all 33 spinal vertebrae fully extended and most if not all muscle fully developed throughout the body as a whole.

What is My Body Type?

Did you know that the human body comes in one of The Four Body Types and there is a reason why you are a certain Body Type?

TED: Learning From People Who Succeed Later In Life?

Here in America we tend to focus on prodigies and young stars. What if we gave more attention to people who succeed later in life? 

Wired: Scientists Hack a Human Cell and Reprogram It Like a Computer

In the last couple of decades, scientists have been working to hack the human cells’ algorithm in an effort to control their processes, & perhaps reverse aging.

uBiome: Can Psychobiotics Affect the Gut-Brain Axis and Alter Your Mood?

Deepening research has further uncovered how the gut-brain axis works and asks, 'Can Psychobiotics Actually Alter Your Mood?"

The Guardian: A “Sin Tax” On Red Meat Would Save Many Lives, Research Shows

New research shows that taxing red meat would save many lives as well as raise billions to pay for healthcare.

BBC: Can We Cheat Aging?

Current facts show that diseases like cancer, rheumatism and Alzheimer’s, which are related to aging, kill roughly 100,000 people every day worldwide.

NPR: Exercise Wins, Fit Seniors Can Have Hearts That Look 30 Years Younger

People who stuck with the exercise boom of the 1970s into their senior years now have significantly healthier hearts and muscles than their sedentary peers.

Popular Science: CRISPR Has Promising Applications, But Not Gene-Edited Twins

CRISPR has many promising applications—but the Chinese gene-edited embryos twins represent something more troubling.

Scientific American: Think Twice – How the Gut’s “Second Brain” Influences Us

The enteric nervous system in our bellies is an often-overlooked network of neurons lining our guts so extensive scientists have nicknamed it our "second brain."

Science: Your Gut is Directly Connected to Your Brain by a Newly Discovered Neuron Circuit

The human gut is lined w/ more than 100 million nerve cells & is practically a brain unto itself. A new study reveals the gut has a direct connection to...

Miami Herald: Humans That Can Dive Up to 13 Minutes Thanks to DNA Mutation

Scientists discover a DNA mutation found in the Bajau people of southeast Asia that allows them to dive 200 feet underwater for up to 13 minutes at a time.

The New York Times: Why Are Americans Still So Obese/Fat?

In 1976, 15% of American adults were obese. Today, it is nearly 40%. Some have managed to go from fat to thin with diets & exercise, but they are...

Vox: Does a Low-Carb Diet Really Help Keep Weight Off?

Does a low-carb diet really help with obesity and keeping the weight off? The big new diet study on cutting carbs explained.

Harvard: CRISPR: A game-changing genetic engineering technique

CRISPR, a new technology that facilitates changes to DNA faster & easier, has revolutionized scientific research & treating of disease in a few short years.

Fox News: Husky Sniffs Out Cancer for the Third Time

Wisconsin native Stephanie Herfel was suffering from serious abdominal pain when her dog, a Siberian Husky named Sierra, sniffed out her cancer.