Tag Archives: clean eating

Trying to lose weight? Liquor vs Beer: Which Is “Healthier?”

This is a big topic that I could talk about for hours, and MUST be taken with context. I will take ONE ANGLE of this topic for the sake of keeping my posts more succinct, but please please please make sure to read my post in full. Before I start, please know that I am not endorsing

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In A Relationship!

I’m in a relationship!…with food. We all need food in order to survive, and that is scientific fact. No one, therefore, can refute the statement about themselves being in such a relationship. We have varying degrees of relationships with food, ranging from good to bad, and in some unfortunate cases horrible. A common subject that

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Nutrition: Part 3 – Introduction to IIFYM / Flexible Dieting

*If you have not read parts 1 & 2 of my nutrition series, stop now and read them here and here. No Whey Protein, Sometimes eating 2 large meals, Sometimes eating 7 smaller meals, Eating meals sometimes after 9 AND that included carbs, re-introduced white starchy carbs like white rice and white bread, consistently did

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Nutrition: Part 2 – Basic Nutritional Definitions AND Re-Definitions

The topic of nutrition can be very complex and very confusing. I’ve had a large influx of people reaching out to me in the recent weeks to get my take on nutritional principles 3.0 style. My goal is to try and make it as easy as possible, so here are a few definitions and a

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Nutrition: Part 1 – CGIII.0 General Take on Nutrition [INCLUSIVE vs. EXCLUSIVE]

**BIGGEST NUTRITION PRINCIPLE THAT I WILL ENDORSE*** Inclusive vs. Exclusive Your focus for nutrition will be on introducing and eating more specific types of foods, as opposed to focusing on eliminating or refraining from eating certain types of foods: essentially eating more to lose more. Let me know if these sound familiar: “For the next

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Inspirational Story: Valerie 3.0

I’ve known this wonderful girl for quite a while, and despite this being a lengthy post, it deserves every bit of your attention. Make sure you to give this your time, because she was gracious enough to share her story with not only me, but to the community. Valerie is a Registered Nurse in her

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