Straight out of the Primal Blueprint Cookbook. Grandma’s Easy BBQ Pork. The Dutch Oven delivered again!
Primal enchiladas? How in the…? Tortillas are not primal at all, so we didn’t use any. We used egg whites and a little half & half to make some crepes. A brilliant substitute straight out of The Primal Blueprint Cookbook. Here’s the video of this epic cooking adventure.
Mark Sisson, author of The Primal Blueprint and www.marksdailyapple.com describes his 10 favorite things about the Primal lifestyle. Primal eating is often misunderstood. People think it is about all sorts of crazy things. It’s really pretty simple, in my opinion. Focus on getting your carb intake to a level that is appropriate for you and… [Continue Reading]
Must have been a starvation diet, right? Maybe a cleanse? Perhaps nothing but grapefruit for 3 days? Or my favorite, the cookie diet? Happily, it was none of the above. Let’s start with the back story and why I had 7 pounds to lose. If you read my blog, you’ll know that from September 14… [Continue Reading]
If you are not familiar with Mark Sisson’s book, The Primal Blueprint, then the title of this blog post is going to be a bit of a shock to you. If you’ve read the book, followed Mark’s Blog, or kept track of our featured contributor and Beachbody Coach, Jim Grieco, then you know where we… [Continue Reading]
Ready for the truth? Health and fitness is 80% about nutrition and 20% about working out. You can workout like a maniac and still be over weight. Ever see people the run marathons that are overweight? Exercise is important, and you need to fuel your body for success, but if you ignore nutrition you are… [Continue Reading]
A lot of people ask me what they should be eating or whether I have any helpful tips. Here are what I believe are the foundations of a healthy diet. There are a lot more, but this is a good foundation to build on. 1. Whole Foods Avoid processed junk. Look past the nutrition facts… [Continue Reading]
If you are a regular reader/subscriber to this blog you know that nutrition is one of the topics we discuss quite a bit. One of the great resources for nutrition information on the Internet is Mark Sisson’s The Daily Apple blog. If you review Mark’s blog you’ll find common sense information about fitness and nutrition. … [Continue Reading]