Month: May 2019


  • PJ Glassey of X Gym Interview (from Apps to Automation)

    I had the pleasure of talking with PJ Glassey, owner of X Gym, author of the book CRACKING YOUR CALORIE CODE and the X Gym Workout DVD, co-author of the book 101 Great Ways To Improve Your Health, inventor of the multi-protocol exercise concept, research scientist in exercise science, and winner of various awards in […] …

  • Skipping Breakfast. Is Weight Loss Worth the Risks?

    I’ve long advocated against skipping breakfast, as traditional societies always took care to eat well in the morning. I’ve taken a bit of heat for this position, particularly from those that love their butter coffee instead of a meal or those trying to lose weight by intermittent fasting. 
    While not eating in the morning might have some short term benefits for some people,
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  • Paleo Stuffed Jalapeno Ground Beef Casserole

    Looking for a fantastic recipe you can make to impress your family and friends? I have just the thing. The jalapeno pepper, a pepper favored by many, has a unique flavor, so I felt it deserved a dish that highlighted it. It’s bright and robust, with just the right amount of heat to go with your lean ground beef. In order to balance out the spice of this dish, creamy cauliflower mashed is added to the casserole together with 4 slices of cooked bacon. Paleo dishes can taste just as good, if not better, than non-paleo dishes with a little bit…

  • Riding the Turbulence of Life Like a Wave

    By Leo Babauta We’re in the middle of a big move back to California from Guam, and things are in great flux. Saying goodby to everyone, packing and shipping stuff, not having a home yet, traveling with kids on a couple long flights, moving our old stuff from storage in a U-Haul, finding our way […] …

  • Chicken Tortilla Soup

    Think soup is just for the cooler months? Try this chicken tortilla soup for something light in flavor yet filling.
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  • Double Bacon Ground Beef Paleo Casserole (Low Carb)

    Bacon-lovers, you’re in for a real treat because this awesome double bacon ground beef paleo casserole is just what you need after a long day. We won’t be playing around with this recipe because 12 strips are going down—and trust me, that probably won’t be enough. Happens to me all the time. The cayenne pepper adds a touch of heat while the Italian seasoning or even just the dried parsley adds an earthy, fresh flavor to your lean ground beef. The cauliflower mashed potato made with nutritional yeast and unsweetened almond milk adds essential micronutrients and a rich, fluffy texture to…

  • Avoiding Glyphosate? Don’t Buy Organic Hydroponics!

    I’ve made no secret of my disdain for organic hydroponic produce over the years. Unfortunately, this stuff now constitutes the bulk of fruits and vegetables sold at big-box health food retailers like Earth Fare and Whole Foods.
    If I see anything with the name Driscoll’s or Wholesum Harvest on it (the biggies in organic hydroponics),
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  • Garlic Roasted Broccoli and Ground Beef Casserole

    Some people have a harder time consuming the recommend amount of vegetables per day, so it’s more important than ever that we come up with new and creative ideas to help them get around that. If you love garlic or know anyone who does, then there’s no doubt that you have to bookmark this dish. Adding minced garlic to your broccoli and roasting it in the oven will make your kitchen smell fantastic; it’s almost too easy. And at the right temperature, the texture of the broccoli becomes nice and crisp which pairs excellently with the rich paleo-friendly mayonnaise mixture. Of…

  • Whipped Butter. Is it the Real Thing?

    Do you enjoy eating whipped butter with the basket of bread or slathered on your entree when eating out at a restaurant? If so, then you need to order a very specific way to ensure that you are getting what you expect!

    The Realities of Whipped Butter
    In all but the best of restaurants,
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