Today’s colonoscopy showed zero signs of inflammation and no #crohnsdisease. GI doc marveled from 80% disease coverage to 3 years remission (2 years deep). Biopsies forthcoming.
I got my half-marathon finisher swag in time for #StPatricksDay
and my finishing time is squarely in the 50% range, so I’m pretty happy about mid-40s/first marathon results!
Due to a change in my health insurance (I now am paying for my own), I won’t be able to go to Stanford and they want to put me back on Inflectra. That did not turn out well before.
I ran my first half-marathon this past Sunday. After last year’s attempt, I spent 6 months with a coach and 12 weeks training. 2:16 time.
We just tried the Everything Bagel Keto Food Bar from HVMN,
It’s super nice to have a savory option and if you go savory, everything bagel is a solidly craveable flavor.
Amanda just kept repeating, “I love it” 😍
You can check it out here, and even order a taste test pack for free!
7 years ago today I was released from the hospital nearly a month after emergency surgery to divert my colon saved my life. A snow storm started as we left the hospital. We barely made it home before Ashland was shut down with over 2 feet of snow.
Here is a photo of a eucalyptus grove from our 13km Sunday walk fueled by HVMN’s new Keto Food Bar. First impression: It’s the best keto bar on the market.
We definitely have a lot to catch up on - for the most part, I’ve been holed up like everyone else, but I also got a chance to take my family home, to Alaska, for the first time.
Yesterday would have been the start of the 545 mile 🚴♂️ ride from SF to LA to raise money for critical services @AIDSLifeCycle. I met up with a few intrepid cyclists at the Day 1 halfway point and rode them back to #SantaCruz. If you can give in any amount, please do http://www.tofighthiv.org/goto/joshuab
All wins get 2x 🏆 during these times. This morning I had a check-in with my strength coach @hvtraining and we went over some BFDs in my progress 5 weeks in. In my transition from mid to late forties tomorrow, I am giving myself an extra 4x 👊on all #littlevictories.
Joshua has spent the better part of twenty years helping founders get from idea to launch and from launch to thriving company. He was the president of an e-commerce platform and helped start an eco-friendly plastic company whose materials are used today across the yoga and shoe industry. In 2012, Joshua was sent on a different kind of journey—a health crisis that had him fighting for his life. With the standard of care not working, he dove deep into researching genetics, the microbiome, mitochondrial health, fasting and ketosis. In 2018 Joshua succeed in hacking his autoimmune disease and emerged an athlete, riding over 2000 miles on a single speed bike and competing in two triathlons.