Archive for the ‘nutrition’ Category

I have a new article that was just published at EricCressey.com. In it I discuss getting leaner, what type of eating pattern is the best, Martin Berkhan-style intermittent fasting, and if you should worry about missing some meals. Click the link below to read it! What are your experiences with meal frequency? Post in the […]

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Are Spouted Grains A Healthy Food Option?

Posted: 16th March 2012 by tyler in nutrition, wheat

One of my friends and I often exchange emails about his questions on nutrition and exercise and my thoughts on the topics. They’re always good questions and many people would benefit from seeing these interactions, so I decided to start posting them. Here’s the first one: Are sprouted grains a healthy food? In general I […]

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I’ve noticed a lot of co-workers and friends getting sick lately, and now that we’re really getting in to cold and flu season, many people have been asking for tips on how to keep from catching a cold or the flu. Here are some tips on how to boost your immune system and decrease the […]

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Perfect Health Diet Food Plate

Posted: 7th October 2011 by tyler in coconut oil, eggs, food, nutrition, paleo, snacks, sugar

This is a great visual representation of how to eat well. If you haven’t read Paul Jaminet’s book, it’s in my top two for books to read on nutrition. Check it out here:¬†Perfect Health Diet.

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We got the first “Dietary Guidelines for Americans” in 1980. Look at the changes in rates of obesity starting in… 1980. I had an article published in Eric Cressey’s¬†newsletter in August, called Why You Should Never Take Nutrition Advice from Your Government. In case you missed it, check it out. It generated quite a bit […]

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