Monday, July 23, 2012


This alternative to chips looks yummy.  When he says be careful with the mandolin, he's not kidding, you can slice open your hand.

A blog post from Mark Sisson of Mark's Daily Apple about blogs worth reading.  Mark's blog itself is pretty awesome.

The Basics of eating Paleo according to Chris Kresser:
  • Don’t eat toxins: avoid industrial seed oils, improperly prepared cereal grains and legumes and excess sugar (especially fructose)
  • Nourish your body: emphasize saturated and monounsaturated fat while reducing intake of polyunsaturated fat, favor glucose/starch over fructose, and favor ruminant animal protein and seafood over poultry
  • Eat real food: eat grass-fed, organic meat and wild fish, and local, organic produce when possible. Avoid processed, refined and packaged food.
After that, the answer to "should I eat that?" is usually "it depends."   Your Paleo diet, not my Paleo diet.  Think of it as a Paleo Template not a one-size-fits-all diet.  His personal paleo code product, a way to help you refine your own template, looks like it could really be useful to refine the basics, especially if you have migraine, IBS, autoimmune disease, or other health issues.  If you try it out, let me know what you think.

Max Effort Dips 3-3-3-1-1-1
Rest 5:00
10:00 AMRAP Dumbbell”Get-ups”
Loading is 55lbs males / 35lbs females

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