Pulling Back to Move Forward

Last year when I was preparing for Ironman World Championships, I pulled a muscle in my back. Far from the worst type of injury, of course, but significant enough to affect my training and to draw my attention to what my body was telling me, and likely had been telling me for a while but […]

Read More

Tequila Isn’t A Paleo Prerequisite

A recent article in The Times yesterday focused on the Cross Fit dating scene in New York City.   Although I’m not a Cross Fit Athlete, as a triathlete I understand how much sport is such a core part of one’s life, it makes sense that one would date, and potentially end up with a […]

Read More

Oh, What A Night!

Last night, I had the opportunity to experience and incredibly delicious, completely Paleo meal, courtesy of Paleo Chef de Cuisne Ali, of Breeze Restaurant at The Regency Century Plaza in Century City. Yes, this is the event I’ve been blogging, tweeting and Facebooking about for the last two months! In the end, we had about thirty […]

Read More

Demand Your Kale

I absolutely loved the fact that there was an ad on the subway mentioning fresh veggies.   And kale, at that!   And even better yet, fresh kale, as opposed to the surge of flavored kale chips that are popping up out of the woodwork.  (Is anyone really thinking that creamsicle flavored kale chips are […]

Read More