Alex Leaf

Bellevue, Washington

Alex Leaf

Bellevue, Washington

To whom it may concern, My name is Alex Leaf (aka Primalkid). I am 21 years young and a Washington State University alumnus with a BA in Accounting. My passion is in nutrition and exercise and I am an autodidact when it comes to either. I have decided to attend graduate school at Bastyr University to pursue a Master of Science in Nutrition with Didactic Program in Dietetics (MSN/DPD). My long-term goals include becoming a registered dietitian and working in the nutrition or fitness worlds. While I enjoy aspects of exercise science, I am more interested in nutritional physiology, especially supplements. I hold my education to the highest importance, and plan to never stop learning. I follow a very active and health-conscious lifestyle. I adhere to a modernized ancestral diet combined with aspects of sports nutrition. I believe there is a deep misunderstanding of dietary needs, and that both the government and food industry take advantage of this. I am against industrial agriculture, and even more so factory farming. I also resent chairs. The natural human resting position is squatting, not sitting. Furthermore, in today’s age, inactivity has warped almost every task we routinely do day-to-day. You sit when in lecture, you sit when you eat, you sit to watch TV, and you sit (in a car) to travel. I believe that this type of sedentary life-style is depriving the human-race of its right to decent health, and is the leading cause of virtually all ailments. That said, I stand whenever possible and try to only be inactive in my sleep. As for the more controversial and personal beliefs, I do not believe in God or any other form of a greater being. However, I recognize that there is no way to prove or dismiss a deity’s existence. I do hold a place in my heart for karma, nonetheless. I refuse to sacrifice my integrity for anything. As far as politics go, I believe that all parties are right and wrong on different issues at different times. The political landscape has turned away from its roots of serving the people into a battle for re-election. There is no one right governing philosophy and the most appropriate outlook will change with the state of the nation. Even then, contradicting outlooks may each hold a governing position in different areas. One cannot blanket US policy. I am very open about myself and my beliefs, if you want to know me better, just ask!

  • Work
    • Super Human Radio Network
  • Education
    • Sammamish High School
    • South Western University of Finance and Economics