Restorative Fitness and Active Recovery for NYC Marathon

October 27, 2015 // 0 Comments

Restorative Fitness and Active Recovery for Runners A two-week workshop (two classes per week) to help runners recover from the NYC marathon. Restorative Fitness and Active Recovery (neuromuscular regeneration) help you move better, recover faster, [...]

Dr. Carl Hart: Thinking about Drugs with a Social Conscience

April 19, 2015 // 0 Comments

Dr. Carl Hart Thinking about Drugs with a Social Conscience Dr. Carl Hart is a neuropsychopharamacologist at Columbia University, where he conducts research and teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in neuroscience, psychology, and pharmacology.  [...]

What is Diabetes (T1 & T2)?

December 14, 2014 // 0 Comments

Although Diabetes II is a huge can of worms and no one has all the answers, I’ll take a crack at it. Obviously, 100 books can be written on this subject, and there have been more than 100 written. I’ll try and keep it relatively short. Again, [...]

Sugar Addiction (part 4)

October 27, 2014 // 0 Comments

Sugar Addiction – being extreme is a lot easier than admitting that you might have an eating disorder.  Many people who purport ‘sugar addiction’ have several of these things in common: They are really, really passionate. They [...]

Gelatin, Broth and Marshmallows

October 24, 2014 // 0 Comments

Gelatin, collagen, bone broth or stock are healthy protein foods that are easy to include in your diet. They’re all basically the same food, just in different forms. Gelatin and collagen hydrolysate are the powdered forms of broth or [...]

The Paleo Problem with Racism and Sexism

October 15, 2014 // 0 Comments

I was paleo, primal, ancestral (and gluten free) for a decade, before I learned how to do science better and stopped being a food snob. Also, flan and ice cream – both are forbidden in this diet, so there’s that. After awhile, I noticed that [...]

The Problem with the Biggest Loser

October 12, 2014 // 0 Comments

This post will include some links I’m compiling on the Biggest Loser and its core problems. We know that the Biggest Loser is typically unhealthy for metabolism, but they also teach us what not do for psychology and coaching – they fat [...]

11 Fat Loss Tips

September 12, 2014 // 0 Comments

These are the key parts for healthy fat loss. There are a few simple things you can do in each area to get great fat loss results. • Diet – meaning the totality of what you eat, not “a diet” • Life Movement – everyday [...]
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