Today was not so great as far as eating goes. I had to work at 4:30 so I didn’t really have a proper dinner.
Archive | October, 2011
Beyond Paleo: moving from a “paleo diet” to a “paleo template”. Good advice about how to follow a Paleo “template” in your life to improve your health. No need to be super strict about everything all the time. If you’re not enjoying yourself, what’s the point of being healthy?
Not going to lie, posting pictures of my food every day is not something I’d want to keep up with indefinitely. Once this Paleo challenge is done on October 30th, I’m only going to be posting pictures of recipes. This photoblogging is only to show you what a Paleo inspired diet looks like.
I forgot to post my food from yesterday! Sometimes life in graduate school gets a little busy.
First full day of classes staying on Paleo, and it wasn’t too bad. It seems like the thing to do is make extra dinner the night before, and take half of it as leftovers for lunch. That’s what I did for lunch today, and it worked fine. It really saves time with cooking, since you [...]
So today was a very odd, but also successful, Paleo day. I say odd, because I seriously felt STUFFED after every meal. I say successful, because not only did I stick to the plan, but when I entered all the data in my nutrition calculation software, the total calories came in at well under 1800, [...]
Is the Paleo diet healthy? – CNN.com. A strangely appropriate Q&A from an obese patient to a nutrition “specialist”. The doctor contributes absolutely nothing to the conversation, but the commentary at the bottom of the article is very interesting. This just highlights the kind of outdated “information” that physicians are learning in med school.
So I made some big improvements to my eating today, as far as Paleo goes. I made a big effort to stick to the rules as much as possible. And I ate LIVER. Enough said.
If anyone is curious as to why I do all my cooking with coconut oil, and why I add it to my coffee in the morning, I suggest you read this article. Coconut oil has a ton of health benefits like boosting metabolism, killing infectious agents like viruses and parasites, aiding weight loss, and protecting [...]
As I said, I’ll be posting every day’s meals as a way to show you not only my compliance, but also ideas on how to cook Paleo foods. I think the biggest challenge will be packing lunches, but I’ll deal with issues as they arise so you can see the different ways you can fit [...]
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I’m currently a graduate student at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, pursuing a Masters in Public Health Nutrition (MPH-RD). I'll be writing about essential components of ideal nutrition, nutrient dense foods and how to prepare them, product reviews, recipes, and current events in the world of Ancestral Health.