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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9 % + 80 % ?

It may not add up to 100, but if you know what the context is, it adds up in another way. The numbers refer to my body fat percentage and the percent of calories I eat that come from fat. Last week, I visited a local facility, BodySpec, to have my body fat measured with […]

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Join US at Rush Cycle and Win!

Are you ready for a refresher?   How you’re training, eating and what you’re pampering yourself with, inside and out? How does a free month of classes at Rush Cycle sound? A chance to win a personalized nutrition session? And a custom Beautycounter gift from me to you? This package, worth over $700, can be […]

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Get Creative: Choose Your Vision & Set a Goal!

“Get Uncomfortable.” One of the things I learned early on in the part of my sport career is that in order to improve, we have to get comfortable with being uncomfortable. I learned this from my husband. When we started dating, he’d made the shift from marathoning and Ironman to ultra running because he wanted […]

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Fat Coffee on the Plane

As my plane is about to land in Heathrow, I’m enjoying a cup of fat coffee. It has butter in it; and no, that doesn’t mean that butter is Paleo.  It means that this was the best option given the choices. ( Read on…) And rather than having to bring my bottle of MCT along, […]

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