Posts Tagged ‘nutrition’

Explosive rotary medicine ball work, upper body weight training, and an hour of full court basketball… Food to refuel the body. And it took me less than 15 minutes to make. Rub olive oil on the salmon, season with salt and pepper, bake for 14 minutes and 425 degrees Peel and slice sweet potato, heat […]

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This actually captures his likeness pretty well. I spent all day at the Robb Wolf’s seminar in Boston yesterday. It was a really fun group, I had an awesome time. The presentation was excellent with a lot of great background science and some great tips for implementation. I’ll post some notes on cool stuff soon.

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Whole Foods Debacle

Posted: 14th August 2011 by tyler in education, nutrition
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Every Sunday my roommates and I go to whole foods to get our meat, butter, and a couple other random things for the week. Sometimes I get odd looks when I’m checking out with 300 thousand calories of grass fed ground beef, pastured butter, and a couple packs of Spinach- these Whole Food types tend […]

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Below you will find an updated rebuttal with contributions for Pedro Bastos and Maelan Fontes. Additionally you will find a list of the experts who reviewed the diets, and linkes to Portuguese language sites which have translated the rebuttal. We will have Spanish language rebuttals available soon. I am writing a formal request to US […]

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US News “Best Diets”

Posted: 10th June 2011 by tyler in news, nutrition, paleo
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This is taken from Robb Wolf’s Blog – succinct write up on paleo/evolutionary nutrition clinical research: Hi Doc, I’m not sure if you’ve seen this or not, but US News ranked Paleo last of 20 diets claiming a lack of scientific evidence and no-long term weight maintenance guidelines. I’m not sure if you’d be interested […]

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