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Recently, on a popular Italian blog which supports the so-called “Paleo Diet,” I had the chance to read a series of articles about Ketogenic and Low-Carb diets. From the author’s point of view, they can’t work in the athletic performance, both in the endurance and the anaerobic/glycolytic context. On top of that, always relating to
Basic Strategies For Successful Fat Loss – Video Interview With Tristan Haggard of Primal Edge Health
Tristan Haggard from Primal Edge Health.com and Luis Villaseñor chat about some basic strategies for sustained fat loss, the importance of protein when dieting, why nutrient density is important, and even some cooking lessons from the Primal Edge Cookbook. On this video, we talk about: Strategies for sustained fat loss Whole foods + Nutrient density
When I was a child, I slept… well, like a baby. I remember waking up at 6:00 AM bright and refreshed all the way up until puberty. As I grew, so did my mind and all the exciting things in life to think about. It would run, and run and run. I struggle with insomnia
I want to share this quote here, especially with the influx of new people who have just recently joined the various online groups we manage: “In the age of information, ignorance is a choice” – Donnie Miller One of the main reasons that got me into nutrition and fitness in the first place, and eventually
A question I’ve come across seemingly increasingly in the past few months, is a variation of, is it safe for kids to eat keto, including women during pregnancy and breastfeeding? This is where a simple disambiguation between a well and poorly formulated diet should end the discussion but let’s dig a little bit deeper into
Everybody is worried about Cholesterol. You are; your doctor, your family. Yet few can explain how it actually relates to Cardio Vascular Disease, and what can you do to prevent it. In this interview, Luis chats with Dave Feldman of thecholesterolcode.com about his recent findings, and how can one actually “hack” cholesterol to incredible low levels.
So here I sit…alone in a cabin in the woods feeling a bit like Henry David Thoreau. Being outside in the darkness, feeling the breeze move across my face, miles from highways and enjoying the sound of nothingness affords a person time to think. Time is granted to reflect on what is, at this point,
Brace yourself: everybody will start to try Fasting. So to clear out some fasting myths, Luis interviews Amy Berger of TuitNutrition.com on all things fasting related: who, when and how to implement a fasting protocol. Amy has master’s degree in human nutrition from the University of Bridgeport. She is also a Certified Nutrition Specialist (CNS) and certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, and
Do Difficult Things Every Day. This is going to be a short post, mostly because the concept can be summed up in those five words. At a round table Q&A at our recent conference there was a question which was asked related to breaking through mental barriers – how do you do it. The truth