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Score one for the Paleo Diet

March 6, 2012

Gluten-Free, Casein-Free Diet May Help Some Children With Autism, Research Suggests Research recently out of Penn State University provides more support for some of the therapeutic effects of a Paleo Diet – exclusion of gluten and casein (wheat and dairy protein, respectively). It seems that exclusion of gluten and casein may be beneficial for individuals … Continue Reading

Dying Younger from Heart Disease

December 1, 2011

While I am not really one for scare tactics and fear-mongering, I couldn’t help but share this startling finding: Today’s Teens Will Die Younger of Heart Disease, Study Finds In the article, the authors point to a study performed by researchers at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine who found that: -[many] children and … Continue Reading

Almost to the End

October 25, 2011

While we’re getting ready for the end of the Whole 30, I wanted to remind everybody about our final meeting this Wednesday evening at 7pm. Where: 1133 Miguel Avenue Los Altos (off of Fremont) When: 7pm What: Please bring a Whole 30 approved dish that can serve 4-6.  This can be a main dish, side, … Continue Reading

FIT Summer Fitness Camp

June 4, 2010

Summer break is a time for kids to relax and enjoy their hard earned vacation. Pool parties, sleepovers and bbq’s fill many summer days. However, with at least two months of down time and the elevated use technological gadgets, such as  Xbox, Wii and PS3, kids can find themselves on the couch more often than … Continue Reading