I saw this over on Iron Garm:
All I can say is "Wow."
A couple of thoughts occurred to me:
According to the article he doesn't consume much meat. Supposedly, Jack Lalane doesn't either. Of course, I don't know what "much" is for either.
His body seems to be holding up pretty well in spite of a fairly high volume of work. I wonder if that is due to his supplementation regime or is he just an outlier?
The article also mentions that he is a fan of prolotherapy. Garrett, weren't you experimented with that some? If so, what kind of results were seeing with your patients.
Anyway, I'm not sure what conclusions (if any) I draw from this article, but I thought it was very interesting.