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23 January, 2015

How to do the paleo diet quicker

How to do the paleo diet quicker
Posted in : Paleo Lifestyle on by : Chris

CAVEMEN had all the time in the world. Those single-minded Homo sapiens didn’t have to worry about multitasking or time clocks. Which is why weary home cooks following a gluten-free diet – or simply trying to feed their families fresh, healthful food – may say “paleo-schmaleo” when trying to follow in our ancestors’ knuckle-dragging steps.
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22 January, 2015

Mean Greens Paleo Smoothie

Mean Greens Paleo Smoothie
Posted in : Recipes on by : Chris

I whipped up this smoothie this morning after workout and it was actually pretty awesome. I love it when you just throw a bunch of stuff in the blender and it just comes together 1 Banana 1 cup frozen blueberries 2 cups kale 1 tbsp almond butter 8 tbsp hemp protein (use your fave) Almond
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21 January, 2015

5 Health Benefits of the Paleo Diet

5 Health Benefits of the Paleo Diet
Posted in : Paleo Lifestyle on by : Chris

The Paleo Diet has been called the caveman (or cavewoman diet, in this case) diet with good reason: it’s based on the diet that our primal ancestors lived on back before wheat was harvested and there was a McDonald’s in every town. While there are definitely cons to the Paleo Diet , there are also some
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20 January, 2015

2015 : Time For A New Commitment

2015 : Time For A New Commitment
Posted in : Exercise on by : Chris

About 6 months ago, we decided to finally really push ourselves hard on the workout front and looked all over the place nearby in order to find a bootcamp – cross-fit style workout that we could do nearby. Neither of us like to get up early but we realized that the only way we could
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19 January, 2015

Should you eat like a caveman?

Should you eat like a caveman?
Posted in : Food on by : Chris

The problem with modern diets is that they rely too heavily on modern, processed foods. If only we emulated the eating habits of our paleolithic predecessors, we’d be healthier and less obese. That’s the premise of popular “paleo” diets. “We are Stone Agers living in the Space Age,” writes Loren Cordain in his book “The
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18 November, 2014

A 114 year old solid oak carving

Posted in : Uncategorized on by : Chris

A 114 year old solid oak carving of The Last Supper is positioned behind the altar of St. Luke’s Lutheran Church in Marietta. The Last Supper, according to scripture, is recognized as Holy Thursday leading up to Easter. Traveling to and from the big game:On Jan. 23, NerdWallet jumped on travel website aggregator Kayak to
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19 October, 2014

In the tradition of Izakaya

Posted in : Uncategorized on by : Chris

In the tradition of Izakaya, Kyatchi also offers some snack sized small plates. We loved the subtle, nearly raw chopped scallops dressed with faintly floral yuzu and crisp microgreens, though the $13 price tag did seem a little steep for the portion. The agedashi dofu, quivering cubes of deep fried tofu, were cut much too
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20 May, 2014

sacrifices himself for the team

Posted in : Uncategorized on by : Chris

“He works, sacrifices himself for the team, and on top of that scores goals. Who wouldn’t want a striker who kills himself for you, then gives you attacking solutions?””A striker like that is fundamental for a team like Leicester that plays the way that they do. If they didn’t have that kind of striker, maybe
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