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The Evolution Of A Meal Plan

The year was 1987… …maybe 1988 we can’t be sure at this point. What we do know is that I’m rockin YMCA t-shirts and Umbro booty shorts… …and that my calves are so small my socks can barely even stay up. We do know that. We can probably safely assume this is some time in […]

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Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookies

Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookies | Paleo | Dairy Free

I’ve been testing out a few “paleo” recipes lately due to the fact that I’ve temporarily eliminated gluten & grains from my diet (you can read all about my reasons for eliminating gluten/grains here), but that’s a completely different story. Let’s focus on what’s important – the cookies. After several failed attempts at making these […]

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How I Cured My Crohn’s Disease

Before we get started I just want to point out that there is no official “cure” for Inflammatory Bowel Disease (Crohn’s Disease & Ulcerative Colitis), or any other autoimmune disease for that matter, at least not in the context of science as we currently understand it. Even when you heal, your body will always retain […]

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Argentine Steak

Argentinean style steak is one of my favorite healthy dishes, and it’s really easy to make. Below is an excellent Argentine Steak with Chimichurri recipe for you to try from the Metabolic Cooking Cookbook by Dave Ruel & Karine Losier. It took me about 25 minutes to make the entire thing. Note: There are a ton […]

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Asian Turkey Burger Recipe

Let’s face it…eating boiled, sodium-less, tasteless, rubbery, chicken, broccoli, and brown rice (or even worse, Tilapia & asparagus) meals every day when you’re trying to get or stay fit SUCKS. My advice is not to do it. Why? Because it SUCKS. Duh. Now, I LOVE to eat, but I absolutely HATE eating “healthy” crap every […]

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The Truth About Food Additives

It’s no secret, many of the ingredients and additives found in our food supply can be extremely controversial, even downright scary. In fact, sometimes it almost seems as if making sense of a food label requires a degree in food science or environmental chemistry… For example, some commonly used food additives include: Sulfated butyl oleate, […]

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10 Tips For Better Digestion

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – all diseases start in the gut. If you have poor gut health (which usually begins with poor digestion) you will constantly feel run down and sick, your body will function at less efficient levels, and your risk of chronic disease increases significantly. As discussed in […]

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