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Food from the Past, Part 2: How Were We Designed to Eat?

Published on January 31, 2013 by in Healthy Eating

An interesting topic indeed. You’ll see this come up in discussions that are both pro-vegan and pro-meat (Paleo, Primal, Warrior, etc.) I think it’s interesting that the discussion brings up the word “design” as it pertains to our human habits of eating. I guess my question is:  Do you believe we were designed? If you

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Food from the Past, part 1: How did our Ancestors Eat?

Published on January 29, 2013 by in Healthy Eating

How did our ancestors eat? If you surf the web you’ll find all kinds of theories on this. Some will say that we ate meat, fruit, and veggies in large amounts when they were available. Others say that we ate a mainly plant-based diet with anything else available such as bugs, grains, and occasionally meat.

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How to Use a Body Fat Caliper

Published on January 25, 2013 by in Fitness

I had someone ask me how to use a body fat caliper, so rather than just reply in a private message I thought I would share how I use calipers with the loyal followers of this site as well. Below are some tips to get an accurate measurement at the belly each time you take

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Variety in Your Diet

Published on January 10, 2013 by in Healthy Eating

Having variety in your diet can give you some different tastes, nutrition, and even help with losing weight. A lot of us get stuck using the same types of foods. Here are some items that you may want to consider in your diet to mix things up:   Coconut Oil – This oil sort of

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New Polls on Obesity are Concerning

Published on January 7, 2013 by in In the news

Stories on two recent polls about the obesity CRISIS, EPIDEMIC, DISEASE, HEALTH-DESTROYER are circling around the Internet. One poll shows that Americans are unaware of the effects of obesity such as infertility, increased risk of cancer, decreased ability to fight cancer and detect tumors, sleep apnea, as well as increased rate of asthma, stroke, and

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Get Fit, Stay Fit, Remain Fit Debuts

 I am pleased to announce the release of my new book Get Fit, Stay Fit, Remain Fit: Create Habits that Last. The book is about goal-setting, achieving fitness success, and providing tips to be sure you stay and remain with fitness for the long-term.  The book is available for purchase exclusively throught Amazon.com. Book description

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Success and Hitting Your Fitness Goals

With the New Year upon us many people have set forth health and fitness goals: some will reach them, but a lot won’t. One problem is that people fail to understand that it will not always be a perfect steady climb to successful results with the exercise routine they set out to do. Often times

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