We’ve all been there — had a period of time where giving up our diet due to one or two bad days is a real possibility. I’ve outlined a simple plan that I use to get me feeling great after an overindulgence.
KETO TUESDAY is a weekly episode in which I talk about or cook up something ketogenic. The ketogenic diet has been getting major press lately, and I believe that keto is where the future of nutrition is heading. Welcome to Ep. #1 -- enjoy!
Mark Sisson outlines perfectly why he thinks that being fat-adapted may be the future of endurance and powerlifting athletes. Sami Inkinen, who is an ultra-marathon runner, also gives his perspective on keto-adaption.
I've outlined a couple of blogs which I read regularly to get more insights into the world of health, fitness and biohacking.
I get asked a TON about Ketosis and how I think about/manage it...hopefully this entertaining video answers some of your questions
In this Brew, Josh writes about how fruit could be the kryptonite that is hindering your weight loss. Fruit is widely considered a "health" food, but Josh argues against conventional wisdom to shed light on today's health standards.
You've probably read the title and immediately had the classic WTF self-talk. In this post, I will decipher why being “fat adapted” can pose major advantages to your training, the Jozi Urban Adventure Race (JURA) and an embarrassing story which involved a homeless man, an old lady, Uber and needing the restroom half-way through my race.
Ah, the familiar three letter word that we’ve all heard so much about—Fat. Between Low-carb, Low Fat and the likes of Banting, Ketogenic, Atkins, LCHF—it’s extremely easy to get overwhelmed and skeptical by the term. There has been a massive shift in our eating habits in last century. We have gone from eating predominately whole, healthy, fatty foods—to consuming low-fat processed shit that is loaded with too much sugar.