Fewer Ingredients / Fewer Steps

“I don’t have time to shop and cook”. How often does this phrase cross your mind? Granted, we live in a busy society and sadly, one of the most basic human needs (eating real food) often falls significantly lower onto the totem pole of priority as a result. After all, it’s all too easy to […]

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What Does A High Fat Meal Really Look Like?

Well, this meal pictured above it one example. Considering this is a meal for two, you have a moderate piece of wild-caught salmon steak, rich in fatty Omega 3s, low net carbs (compared to starches or higher glycemic carbs one might eat with a meal) from the sprouts and broccoli, more fat from the olive […]

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Feeling Connected at the Farmer’s Market

I love days like today. I made it a priority to juggle workouts, meetings, dog care and everything else that goes on in my world (and that of any self-employed person, woman or man) to go to my favorite farmer’s market. I don’t go each and every Wednesday, although doing so is one of my […]

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Way Too Much Bad Information

Some sources are obviously not all that reliable in terms of providing the most accurate pieces of information. A tabloid magazine at the checkout stand with an ad on it which features a product guaranteed to allow you to simultaneously lose weight and develop a deep, golden tan isn’t exactly the ideal resource. Nor is […]

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