My Ultimate Black Belt Test – 1 Year Challenge

I consider myself a student of martial arts. I also have the good fortune of being a teacher of martial arts. Part of the responsibility of being a teacher in my opinion is to not only teach the physical movements of my chosen discipline but also to embrace it as a lifestyle, try my best [...]

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Dairy and the Primal Diet (Paleo Diet)

There’s a lot of different studies about dairy… and there are a lot of opinions in the Paleo world about consuming dairy products as well. Some of these studies that are very anti-dairy, and you’ve probably heard that it can be pro-inflammatory and insulinogenic (and because of casein and lactose intolerance in people). Dr. Cordain [...]

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More On Why You Need To Adapt A Caveman Diet…

More On Why You Need To Adapt A Caveman Diet…

I just came across a story of a Dr. Terry Wahls who had stage 2 Multiple Sclerosis and barely able to walk when she started studying the effects food have on her body. She took what she learned and developed a diet consisting of: Greens: to supply Vitamins B, A, C, K and minerals to [...]

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Feeding the Caveman Part 1 – Eat Your Vegetables!

Feeding the Caveman Part 1 – Eat Your Vegetables!

This is the first of a series of posts about the types of foods that a “caveman” ought to eat. And in this post I’ll cover vegetables… But before I get started, I’d like to open the discussion on the topic of eating grains vs. the Caveman Diet. The First Rule of the Caveman Diet: [...]

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Don’t Make It Complicated

Don’t Make It Complicated

Not a single day goes by without someone asking me: “What do you eat?” or “What did you do?” It’s a fair question considering the transformation I’ve gone through over the past year and a half. Honestly, I didn’t change a lot of stuff in my life. I was already working out on a pretty [...]

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