After spending the afternoon at the St. Louis City Museum, I’m starting to think fun exercise is something I need fit in every week.
The grind that occurs at the gym is a big reason why I don’t go to one.
I don’t really do any exercise I don’t enjoy. If I don’t like it, I [...]
There’s a great Primal Checklist here.
This coconut milk is the best adapted for use in coffee that I’ve yet encountered. It’s thick and creamy enough, but not oily or clumpy in the least. Best of all, it’s *nothing* but coconut milk. In case the link breaks, it’s Aroy-D 100% Coconut Milk in [...]
We were in St. Louis for a month (returned late last night), and during that time, I gained some weight. I did work out quite a lot, so I’m sure it wasn’t all fat, some of it undoubtedly was. I have a lot of signs of inflammation, my digestion is messed up, and [...]
This is something I did for my own reasons, but I’m talking about it on a mailing list, and posting a table in there is *not* convenient.
Mostly, I was interested in polyunsaturated and saturated fats in various foods, but it’s always interesting to be reminded about some other facts. We’re always hearing about how, [...]
At the moment, one of my favorite bloggers is Melissa McEwen at Hunt/Gather/Love. She was recently featured in a New York Times article on Paleolithic Diets. She’s written a lot of great things in her quite new blog, but this one about Kale Chips … well, this is my new favorite way to [...]
The New York Times and the Washington Post have both run articles on Paleolithic diets so far this year. Yeah, it’s diet season.
Both are interesting, but their focus is different. The New York Times was mostly about lifestyle, and the Washington Post talks a little about CrossFit, but has more about the diet than the [...]