My Experience at the NCDA Annual Meeting


Like any other normal girl in her mid-twenties, I spent what may be my last ever spring break studying for my looming comprehensive exams, helping my boss Chris Kresser get ready to launch a new product, training for my 10 mile race, and traveling to beautiful Pinehurst, North Carolina for a local dietetics conference with […]

Product Review: OU81 Bars (formerly Nosh Bars)


Last May, I was happy to review a product called Nosh Bars, Paleo-friendly high protein snack bars that were ideal post workout snacks and pretty darn tasty. Fast forward to 2013, and the company has a new name, OU81, and a new-and-improved product on the market. They sent me a new sample pack to try […]

Is Grass-Fed Beef Worth the Premium Price?


Guest post by Rich Coffman. I have made many improvements in my nutrition over the last year. Like most health oriented people, my goal is simple: to eat the best quality food possible. This article dives into the reasons why grass-fed beef is a healthier choice that is worth the premium price. I had heard many […]

Training for the Tar Heel 10 Miler

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I am not a runner. Sure, I occasionally go for 3 to 5 mile jogs when the weather is nice and I’m feeling spunky, but over the last few weeks, my workout routine has fallen into a literal pit of despair. (Ok I’m being melodramatic.) I got really sick at the beginning of the month and have […]