Weekly Reading

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There is a bunch of good stuff to check out this week, so I am going to pile them on. Animals vs. PlantsWhy diabetes will be with us forever. Another good plug for Intermitent Fasting (Feeding) Conventional wisdom is killing us.Lard: It is back.In the unlikely event you are sore after the WOD, Stay off the… Read more »

Simple Explanations

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Being one who needs things dumbed down as simply as possible, these next few posts were spot on for me. It's the carbs, not the calories Omega 6 vs. Omega 3 For the past 2 weeks, I have been incorporating cold / hot contrasts baths post workout.  The results have been excellent.  Muscle soreness has… Read more »

computer is fixed

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I'm sorry that it has been awhile since this site has been updated.  My computer went down and the one at work won't let me onto the website.  Whatever.  My nutritional mentor started a new website.  It is definitely worth checking out.  PaNu. Here is a short and simple explanation of fats and the BS… Read more »

Paleo For Dummies

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It gets old trying to explain to different people what I eat and why I eat that way.  I get sick of the, "Well, you gotta eat whole grains to be healthy.  Where else can you get your fiber and B vitamins?"  It is annoying as hell.  Fortunately, at Pay Now Live Later, they have… Read more »

Weekly Reading

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Cholesterol and piss-poor scientists.Another good explanation of cholesterol and it's history. Here are a bunch of articles on vitamin D.   If you have kids in school  bringing home every nasty disease,  I recommend reading through all of them. Another take on the second law of thermodynamics. I guess Neaderthals mostly ate meat.  I always have wondered… Read more »

Good Reads

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    I managed to find some interesting articles this week.  This first one discusses the differences between paleolithic skeletons and those post-agriculture.  From that scientists can determine, with a fair amount of certainty, the health of our ancestors.   Paleopathology.     In keeping with the paleo theme, this article discusses the importance of cooking in the evolution… Read more »

Yum

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     This picture alone should convince you  that eating real food is what you should be striving for.  It is amazing the crap we pump into our bodies, especially our children's.  I get fired up every month when my kids bring home the menu for their school's lunches.  It is things like these chicken nuggets… Read more »

Weekly Reading

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     My son and I were watching the History Channel last night.  They had an hour long show about the life of Gladiators.  We both found it interesting that they were not the buff, Spartacus type (to the disappointment of the pilot on Airplane), but rather they had a nice layer of fat around them. … Read more »

Darwin’s B-Day

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    In honor of the dude who drove the nuns nuts when I was in grade-school:The medical profession may finally be catching on Theory to PracticeRobb Wolf's take     Finally, I mentioned last month about Omnivore's Dilemma.  For those of us who are still trying to figure out the alphabet and are mesmerized by the… Read more »

Getting Caught Up

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I'm trying to get caught up on things that I have been meaning to post, so here they come. A former teammate of mine, and a friend to some of us who have been around Coronado for awhile, succumbed to cancer recently.  He was a father, husband, and a pipehitter.  Right after I found out,… Read more »