Archive for December, 2010

Optimal Level of Body Fat?

Posted: 24th December 2010 by tyler in body fat, fat loss, leanness
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This question posted on PaleoHacks forum last week: How lean can you get with strict paleo? Let’s hear some body fat percentages! Just how lean is everyone getting on strict paleo? It seems like we see tons of success stories.. people dropping a ton of weight in going from obese to fit, but I haven’t […]

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Alcohol and Evolutionary Nutrition

Posted: 22nd December 2010 by tyler in alcohol, nutrition
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A primer on alcohol. Alcohol is a beverage that contains ethanol. Ethanol is the molecule that makes all the fun effects when you drink some booze, and is a byproduct of bacteria during the fermentation process. Fermentation is one of the oldest organic reactions that has been used by humans. According to the book “Origin […]

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Mastering Muscle Soreness

Posted: 19th December 2010 by tyler in performance, recovery, sport
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Muscle Soreness An alarm clock wakes you up from the middle of a sound slumber. It’s time to go but your eyes are heavy and your body wants to go back to sleep. You swivel your legs over the side of the bed and stand up as a wave of pain passes over your body. […]

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Real Food 4: Nori Rolls

Posted: 19th December 2010 by tyler in food
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More food postsThere’s been a request for more posts about food (shoutout to Max). Luckily I’ve been making tons of great new foods and have some pictures to share with you guys. The Nori RollLately for my meals I’ve been making a lot of ghetto sushi. It makes a delicious meal fit for a king, […]

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Ancestral Health Symposium

Posted: 18th December 2010 by tyler in ancestral health
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I wanted to let everyone know about the Ancestral Health Symposium: The Human Ecological Niche and Modern Health. This is a two day event that is coming together in Los Angeles on August 5th and 6th, 2011. I just got my ticket at the student discount, for $25 this is a steal! Here’s the description: […]

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