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13 May 2011
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The calm before the storm

13 May 2011, Comments: 0

If you haven't noticed it's been pretty quiet around the Nutritionize blog lately. There is a lot cooking in the kitchen and I look forward to sharing it all with you soon… in the meantime take a moment to enjoy the silence. You won't be hearing too much until June, and this is a good thing. With the wealth of information at our fingertips it's easy to have info overload and face minor paralysis from the contradictory findings. One site says eat meat, another says no meat, one says splenda and another says organic brown sugar, one says excercise atleast 30 mins a day and anotherContinue Reading >>


22 April 2011
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Happy Earth Day!

22 April 2011, Comments: 2

  It was common for our paleo ancestors to eat up to six pounds of leaves per day. You can imagine them just walking along picking and eating leaves as they went. Can you imagine eating that much? Unfortunatley, most of us don’t eat the minimum USDA recommendation of 3 cups per day, yet leafy greens a jam packed with vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients. Per about.com: “Dark green leafy vegetables are, calorie for calorie, perhaps the most concentrated source of nutrition of any food. They are a rich source of minerals (including iron, calcium, potassium, and magnesium) and vitamins, includingContinue Reading >>


31 March 2011
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Sorta like sugar… Sorta like crack.

31 March 2011, Comments: 0

Spring is in the air… finally! Today felt like the longest day and when I finally got outdoors I knew exactly why, the weather was too gorgeous to be cooped up in 4 walls. I hope all of you have been enjoying some much needed sunshine. Not only is it a good source of Vitamin D but its food for the soul, bringing a nutritious smile to the face J On another note, as us humans are breaking the walls to enjoy some sun, our ant counterparts may be breaking in through the walls to enjoy some shade… how aboutContinue Reading >>


19 March 2011
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Performance nutrition series: Hydration

19 March 2011, Comments: 0

Spring is just around the corner, the days are longer and the weather warmer (kinda). It’s time to come out of winter hibernation and begin training. Whether it’s for the next big marathon, Crossfit games, or your summer bod… proper training will help you get there quickly and safely. As we move through training season I’d like to address some key concerns that athletes face so feel free to post up topics or questions of interest. We will be covering topics like: food, snacks, protein shakes, sleep, meditation, breather, stress, weather, heat, sugar, ice, mind, flexibility, and more. Much ofContinue Reading >>


11 March 2011
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Food Hangover

11 March 2011, Comments: 0

  The weekend is here, before you go out to your raging parties, I’d like to share an experience from Zoleoite’s (Zole) life last weekend, maybe we can learn a thing or two from him. It’s Sunday morning and, after a long night’s sleep, Zole wakes up with a splitting headache and body aches, feeling bloated and blah. The thought of jumping out of bed to hit the morning workout doesn’t sound as exciting today. He wonders why he went to his friend, Burgers’, party last night and more importantly what the hell happened last night. He held his head,Continue Reading >>


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