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Introducing the Whole 30 (and 60) Day Challenges

January 31, 2013

There has been some chatter in the gym recently about a new version of the Whole30, and the cryptic post on our facebook page last week.  I am here to tell you that it is indeed upon us!  WE WILL BE STARTING MONDAY FEBRUARY 4TH.  This challenge will be more involved, as well as more … Continue Reading

Let’s Get Cookin’!

January 7, 2013

Many of you have heard from me that the easiest way to be successful at this “no grains thing” is to prepare your menus and meals in advance so there are always options available for you in the refrigerator.  This will prevent you from eating “whatever” is around, or worse: eating out and making even … Continue Reading

How the Trainers Eat, vol. 4

December 31, 2012

While long overdue, I wanted to share a little dish that is sure to warm the soul and give you the fuel to power through those first few workouts of 2013.  This soup will make a great post-workout dish, as well as something to keep you warm on these cool and damp northern California nights. … Continue Reading

Egg Yolk Consumption: Article Review

September 3, 2012

Spending several years in a medical setting, I have become acquainted with reading research studies and identifying the conclusions and ramifications – even if they are not completely the same as those published by the authors in the paper.  There has been a study discussed in the news recently that has piqued just this interest … Continue Reading

How the Trainers Eat, vol. 3

August 31, 2012

And now for another look at my tasty eats… As summer is winding down (or just picking up here in the foggy environs of San Francisco), I wanted to get as much mileage as I could out of all the wonderful corn from Eating with the Seasons.  It is also the time of year for … Continue Reading

How the Trainers Eat, vol. 2

August 9, 2012

So it’s been a while since I posted any of my culinary explorations, but here is the most recent: While we here at FIT generally recommend staying away from grains, this corn might be an exception. It comes courtesy of our wonderful CSA friends over at Eating with the Seasons so we know that it is … Continue Reading

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