In the bestselling book, The Four Hour Body, author Tim Ferriss details an experiment in which he tried to improve his health by eating six hard-boiled eggs every morning. The result? A serious case of gout, causing him unbearable pain for weeks on end and forcing him to finally give up the practice. But does this mean you should avoid eating eggs altogether? Read on to find out more about Tim Ferriss’ egg experiment, what happens when you eat too many eggs and how eating more eggs can help you lose weight, not gain it!
How Hunter S. Thompson Got His Nickname
It wasn’t a moniker picked up by a reporter, but rather one given to him by his friends in high school. According to Page Six, Thompson got his nickname when he was 15 years old and was a member of Louisville’s Cherokee Club. He was sitting with his friends when someone called him Ace. The nickname stuck and became even more prevalent during his time at Woodrow Wilson High School in Washington D.C., according to GQ. His teachers referred to him as Hack, which is what everyone else called him to, but they didn’t give it quite so much flare as he did himself.
How Hunter S. Thompson Started Writing
To say Hunter S. Thompson wrote from his own experience is kind of misleading, though not entirely untrue. He was a very personal writer who threw himself wholeheartedly into whatever topic he happened to be covered in any given moment—and that often meant inventing details for dramatic effect. When it came time to write his first book Hell’s Angels: The Strange and Terrible Saga of Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs, however, Thompson had no experience to draw on. While living with and riding with motorcycle gangs he learned how they lived and told stories based on those experiences.
A Brief Timeline of Thompson’s Life
From his early fame as a poet and burgeoning success as a novelist, Thompson rose to prominence as both a journalist and an author with books such as Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. He used multiple pen names throughout his career, including Raoul Duke for his writing about sports and gambling. Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas is considered one of Thompson’s most acclaimed works. He also struggled with drug addiction; he was arrested numerous times on drug-related charges. In 2005, Hunter S. Thompson committed suicide in his Colorado home at age 67. His ashes were buried privately on Owl Farmland near Woody Creek, Colorado, next to his good friend Ralph Steadman’s gravesite.
What Made Thompson So Compelling?
One reason why Thompson is so compelling is that he sacrificed his health to put out a first-class magazine that was unparalleled in terms of its sheer quality and readability. There have been many competing accounts on what exactly happened, but it is apparent that Thompson took amphetamines—also known as speed—to keep him awake long enough to finish all of his assignments. The drug didn’t just give him energy, though; it made him feel euphoric and powerful, especially when combined with alcohol.
Why is This Post Being Written?
First, here is Prince William’s account of what happened in his interview with Jonathan Dimbleby, discussing his relationship with his younger brother Prince Harry. Second, there have been numerous articles over time about Kate Middleton and her weight-loss journey. Third, there has been a recent backlash against publications that discuss or promote thin bodies or diets without an accompanying healthy lifestyle. This post is written to show how Kate Middleton uses a healthy diet to stay fit and overall maintain her health; it is not an endorsement for any specific diet plan. Furthermore, the post does not discuss any psychological impact from events in Prince William’s life regarding his brother Prince Harry but focuses on Kate Middleton’s health alone.
Never Fear the Reaper: A Checklist on Fear & Anxiety
Fear and anxiety are completely normal. We all feel anxious or afraid at some point in our lives, and there are healthy ways to deal with these feelings. But when fear and anxiety take over, they can become debilitating. Some people are unable to leave their homes because they have a generalized anxiety disorder or GAD. If you struggle with fear and anxiety that impacts your life every day, it may be time to seek professional help.