Ben Greenfield’s Top 20 Tweets Of 2022 (So Far)

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I suppose there's no time like the present to do a Top Tweets post, especially considering the big news about Elon Musk buying out the little blue bird for a measly $44 billion dollars.

I like to occasionally share these “Top Tweets” posts because I never cease to stumble upon something valuable I've meant to come back to that I've long forgotten about, or—more pertinent to you—some bit of health, nutrition, lifestyle, longevity or spiritual information I think you might benefit from, should you have missed it the first time around (or just simply because you're one of the insane (or sane?) people that doesn't have a Twitter account in the first place).

Despite the never-ending controversy surrounding Twitter, I still dig the platform as a convenient way to follow specific topics and people in sectors I'm particularly interested in, and also to concisely share my own thoughts about research articles and the latest health, fitness, nutrition, spiritual, longevity, financial, and biohacking news.

In other words, my Twitter feed is basically a digital reflection of whatever might be going through my head at any given moment—from the latest research on peptides to “hot takes” on different diets, potent antioxidant stacks, the best hangover cures, and randomly tossing out the idea to sell my home in the backwoods of Spokane, Washington to the highest bidder.

So here are my top tweets of 2022 so far, and here's my Twitter account if you'd like to follow me to see what I come up with next.



Summary

So, there you have it! 

What do you think? Are you surprised at which tweets of mine made the top? Is there any more of a specific subject you'd like to see more on my Twitter feed?

What's your current opinion on Twitter and Elon Musk buying out the app? And who are some of your favorite people to follow on Twitter?

Drop your Twitter @ in the comments below, I read them all. 

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