Chasing Antelopes is about how we manage our lives - and our health -
in the modern world in the face of strong institutions, including the
medical profession and -big pharma-. And, it is also about the role
played by academic research in our lives, and just how coherent and
robust this research sometimes actually is.
The author, Robin J.
Willcourt, is a leading anti-aging expert currently residing in
Australia. He has had a long and illustrious career, in both the USA and
Australia, as a medical doctor specializing in obstetrics and
In Chasing Antelopes, to illustrate what is really
going on and to explain -why all this caused all that-, the author
explores current, relevant - and sometimes controversial - topics
including evolution, the human genome, obesity, cholesterol, the
Paleolithic diet, hormones, sex (between humans and between certain
chimpanzees), the ice age, and global warming.
current medical practice says that if you don’t sleep well, or if you
have a low sex drive, or if you are feeling a little off color, you must
be depressed and therefore need to take anti-depressants.
at seeing mankind’s once vibrant curiosity and willingness to question
potentially misguided thinking virtually stamped out, Robin J.
Willcourt, in Chasing Antelopes, takes us on a journey - using fully
documented sources and peer reviewed published academic research - that
challenges our thinking and encourages us to adopt new strategies to
better manage our own well-being.
Dr Robin J Willcourt
Why All This Caused All That
About the book
At a critical point in his long and distinguished medical career, Dr Willcourt became alarmed at the increasing resistance of the medical profession to the new ideas, as the institutionalization of medical dogma - proclaimed by paid experts - took hold. As a result, medicine today barely escapes the definition of being a racket.
For many readers, Chasing Antelopes: Why All This Caused All That is going to be disarming. While the author does not try to be controversial for the sake of argument, he does want you
to see how we are being manipulated by the governments and industry giants to swallow the ‘opium pill’ and sink into a state of blunted unquestioning consciousness about so many
health and many other facets of our lives is, in fact, malignant rubbish.
For example, current medical practice says that if you don’t sleep well, if you have a low sex drive, or if you are feeling a little off color, then you must be depressed and so you need to
take anti-depressants, at the very least.
What a rubbish! The writing of Chasing Antelopes was driven by the author’s frustration at seeing the once vibrant curiosity and willingness to try out new ideas for disorders that didn’t
fit stock standard criteria become senile and fossilized and therefore ignored - or worse, actively stamped out.
Let’s begin this journey now together to search for ways to change the things that we can control, and to develop effective strategies for protecting ourselves from the ones we cannot.
Table of Contents
About the Author
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Chasing Antelopes
Chapter 3: Evolution and Our Brain
Chapter 4: Gut Feelings
Chapter 5: The Genome and The Epigenome
Chapter 6: Bonobos, Chimpanzees and Us
Chapter 7: Obesity, Diabetes and Much More
Chapter 8: Cholesterol and Corrupted Research
Chapter 9: Paleolithic Intermittent Fasting
Chapter 10: Modern Intermittent Fasting and Arcane Hormones
Chapter 11: Who’s Normal? Probably Not You
Chapter 12: Hormones and Political Meddling
Chapter 13: Sex and the War on Young Men
Chapter 14: Ice Ages, Past and Future
Chapter 15: The Things That Matter
Chapter 16: Final Musings
Chapter 17: Universal Truths
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About the authors
Doctor and leading Anti Aging expert Dr Robin Willcourt challenges the way we think about what we eat how we live and the path to destruction our modern diet and lifestyle is leading towards and the very real and serious threats to your health and well-being from events outside your current awareness. Robin Willcourt reveals the blatant lies and deception that Drug companies, eminent scientists and the Agriculture industry have used that have shaped our beliefs about the foods we eat and drugs we accept as normal. He challenges us to change our ways before it brings about a devastating decline physically and socially. This is an epic and groundbreaking journey into our rapidly receding past and and unanticipated and bleak future. In Chasing Antelopes, Dr Willcourt reveals how the last remnants of fewer than 1800 ancient hunter gatherers and the forgotten wisdom of our very distant ancestors offer an extraordinary window into how we can survive a coming catastrophe.
Drawing extensively on over 4 decades of experience as a Doctor in the frontline of health and working in cutting edge restorative health and anti aging medicine, Dr Willcourt explores how these rapidly vanishing tribal societies show us the path to superior health, performance and long-term survival as a species that is totally at odds with what we’ve been programmed to believe. He unearths remarkable findings - from the reason why modern afflictions like diabetes, obesity and heart disease are virtually unknown in tribal societies. Vast in scope and implications Chasing Antelopes provides you with a guide map to restore your health, vitality and sanity.