Posts Tagged ‘primal’
My new interview-dialogue with Mark Sisson has been published on LewRockwell.com today. It’s an unusual interview with an unusual guy, discussing conventional wisdom, lazy modernism, food myths, and exercise fiction.
People write me often and ask about resources, books, websites, etc. that point to the primal/paleo lifestyle/diet I often refer to in my posts such as this one. I’ve undergone a somewhat long and exploratory process to get to the point where I am now eating only fresh, whole, natural foods - real foods, such as [...]
My blog was just named one of the most “10 Notable Blogs” by a guy who is both libertarian and a practicing paleo-primal food buff. Nutrition and Physical Regeneration is one of the good paleo food blogs, and one great article that came from it was this piece: What to Eat in a Crisis. He [...]
Via the Living Primal blog, I came across this Taco Bell ad for the “Drive-Thru Diet.” The Drive-Thru Diet, of course, places its emphasis on avoiding “fat.” Taco Bell gives you “7 incredible options” that contain less than 9 grams of fat. Yet here’s the nutritional information: Chicken, Southwest Chicken Breast Meat With Rib Meat, [...]
The Los Angeles Times features the Vibram FiveFingers non-shoe shoes. I’m surprised at how many people have no insight as to the problem with modern “athletic” shoes. I’ve always thought this industry to be very gimmicky and over-hyped. The shoes are beautiful and sexy and look fast, which is why people buy them. The industry’s [...]
I had posted this “ghetto workout” video because I could identify with it. It mimics many of my own workouts. Sorta. The strategy, as the men in the video have shown, is to make use of whatever surroundings you have available to develop a fitness workout using the various tools in that environment. It’s not [...]