On the Importance of Medical Autocannibalism
Medical autocannibalism — eating parts of yourself for real or perceived health benefits — is finally hitting mainstream. And I couldn’t be happier about it.
The ancient Norwegian fishermen knew all about it. The Sumerians, Incas and Mesopotamian dwellers were no strangers to it. But we, the lazy fat couch-potatos of the 21st Century have forgotten all about it.
I’m going to change all this.
Top-7 Body Parts to Devour for Fun and Profit
- Nails: Eating nails calms your nerves. Could also mean you’re stressed.
- Blood: An excellent source of iron.
- The entire head: Difficult-ish to consume, but contains a lot of healthy fats (brains are in fact almost entirely made of fat).
- Bone broth: Extremely benefitial for your gut health. If you’re a grass-fed human, your bone broth will be even better for you!
OK, you got me. There were only four in this list. But seven makes for a sexier title.
This is a Poor Article. I’m not Clapping.
It’s ok. I just want a #1 hit in Google:
They say everything is saturated.
Wrong. Medical self-cannibalism is not saturated.
I’m just going to prove them wrong.