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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It’s Not Salmon, It’s Trout!

Is Steelhead salmon or trout? While they might look quite similar at first glance, they’re actually two different fish. Steelhead is actually the same species as rainbow trout, but rainbow are freshwater only, and steelhead are anadromous, or go to sea. Unlike most salmon, steelhead can survive spawning, and can spawn in multiple years (1). Steelhead […]

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High Performance: Beyond Sport / Into Life

It’s funny; I never really saw myself as an entrepreneur. When I’d hear that word, or read it, I’d think ‘someone with an MBA’ or someone who created a company in Silicon Valley or launched in Kickstarter. I haven’t done any of those. And even though I have worked for myself for twenty some odd […]

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Pomodoro: More than Just a Tomato, a Technique!

After being in business as an entreprenuer over the last 20 years, I’ve begun to receive inquiries from clients and readers not just about my areas of expertise (food, nutrition, cooking, sport and skincare) but about how to build a business. And while my areas of interest and experience lie within the health + wellness […]

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Pasture Fed Pork Chops with Red Pepper Relish

If you’re not eating pork, why not? It’s one thing if this component of your diet is due to religious reasons, but don’t let fear of fat or the misconception that pork is somehow bad for you be the reason to avoid it. The key with buying pork, just as with buying all our proteins, […]

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Run For Joy

It’s raining here in LA; not atypical in the least during this time of year and quite frankly, we need it! And since it’s still rather mild in terms of temperature, especially in comparison to where I was for a few weeks during the holidays (England- where temps were barely over 0°C), it’s really  not […]

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