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Today’s episode is with one of the most knowledgable and highly-respected minds in health and fitness, John Berardi of Precision Nutrition.Bluntly, Precision Nutrition can take pretty much anyone – massively overweight or not – and get them in the best shape of their lives. They understand how the body works; they understand physiology; they make it happen. They also teach some of the highest performing athletes how to perform even better through nutrition and fitness. I highly encourage you to check out their work
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I’m kinesiologist, I have the easy part. It’s fun to move (but sometimes we also suffers a bit).In my opinion, nutritionists have it not easy. I do not want to be in their place. That is why I decided to take care of physical activity and not nutrition.I am often ask: How to eat to lose weight or gain muscles?Since I do not make nutrition plans, I rather adhere to the principles that work, and on all diets. Yes
I Feel Healthier, Stronger, and More Energetic It’s Friday, everyone! And that means another Primal Blueprint Real Life Story from a Mark’s Daily Apple reader. If you have your own success story and would like to share it with me and the Mark’s Daily Apple community please contact me here. I’ll continue to publish these each Friday as long as they keep coming in. Thank you for reading!I’d like to start by saying that I’ve always been a “skinny” kid
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Well, I did it! A complete fast of 48 hours – and, TBH, I could have kept going.The closest I came to ‘hunger’ was a slight feeling of ‘something’ in my tum yesterday evening. A sip of water and it was gone.I had three choices this evening – I could have just carried on; I could have ended the fast with a Except that I didn’t! Have a normal meal, I mean.
The Benefits of Boredom No matter how old – and busy – I get in life, when summer rolls around, I still think of the leisure of the season as a kid. As much as I looked forward to the open-ended days of running wild, however, at some point I’d inevitably find myself bored. My best friend would be away on vacation. The weather would be too consistent. Whatever the case, I’d find myself feeling like I’d seen and done all there was to do a million times over.
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Yesterday I fessed up to something you may be able to relate to: I’ve spent years in an uneasy relationship with my cast iron skillet. It is so delicate, for all its brawny heft, demanding to be seasoned, kept away from tomatoes, and cleaned just right (if soap or vinegar comes near start all over again!). Who needs that kind of fuss in the kitchen? Not me. But I just hadn’t learned yet to love my cast iron skillet.
Given proper, loving care — and less of it than you might think — the cast iron skillet can be your friend with benefits in the kitchen. Here are 35 ways to love your skillet more. It will love you back — I promise.