That’s right folks, I’m in the midst of trying to end a long-term relationship. With coffee. I’ve been drinking coffee since I was about 16, which seems pretty young when I think about it. I had a lot of issues with energy in high school, likely due to my crappy dietary choices (bagels, pizza, pasta…. [...]
Archive | January, 2012
I’m paralyzed. Just kidding! Well, sort of. I spent two long, long days at the CrossFit Level 1 Certification course, hosted by CrossFit Charlotte, most of which was spent learning essential components of movements, progressions into more difficult lifts, and how to scale exercises for less advanced athletes. We also did two workouts (hence my [...]
This is the article I just submitted to my Nutrition department’s newsletter. I really hope I effectively described the bare-bones basics of the Paleo diet. It was hard to sum up in so short an article. Enjoy! Eating Like My Ancestors Paleo. Primal. “The Caveman Diet”. There are many different words to describe [...]
As I mentioned on my Facebook page recently, one of my goals in writing this blog is to encourage other people to try really weird, Paleo-rockstar foods. One of my favorite things to do is engage in nose-to-tail eating. Not only is it environmentally friendly and respectful to the animal, but its a great way [...]
To my friends, family, and the greater Paleo community: I wanted to take this opportunity to write a letter of thanks to everyone who has supported my efforts to raise the money I needed to fund my trip to Austin for the PaleoFX Ancestral Momentum – Theory to Practice Symposium in March. When Diane from Balanced [...]
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.