More detailed: How frequently do you use it?What type do you use? Fresh, whole dry, ground dry, extract, syrup? Is it home-made?How do you use it? Add as is in beverage, put in hot water and strain, make a syrup?How much do you use per cup?My... (more)
I have some of the concentrated powder and I use it every now and then but it does taste bitter and can actually make your food less appealing sometimes. I don't know why there's so much hype around Stevia honestly. Personally, I would rather use... (more)
I'm 5'4 and 115 pounds,and I want to put on weight. I don't do cardio, I only use a TRX suspension trainer. I'm only 13 so my metabolism is probably really high. How man times a week should I work out
Turns out my concept of Paleo meal was a bit restrictive/flawed. I used to think one needs to have meat in all the 3 meals in the day... Just to make out how I can work things for myself... how many of your meals per day consists of meat/egg? (more)
bulletproof coffee for breakfast (though sometimes bacon and eggs) meat for lunch fish (or more meat, less often) for dinner seems to be working well for me at the moment.
I had an intestinal resection procedure done about 4 years ago and ever since then, I've had to go the bathroom between 3-8 times/day (depending on my diet and SIBO). Through following this diet and eating 2 big meals on the opposite ends of the... (more)
This may seem like a strange and hopefully not too provocative question, but many people who have gone paleo report having better libidos. Obviously one's libido is effected in part by one's hormone balance which we know is effected by... (more)
'Traditional Chinese Medicine' is just that, traditional. Chinese tradition is not superior to European tradition, just different. Anyone who attempted to practice 'Traditional European Medicine' would (rightly) end up in jail. Traditional... (more)
Hello. I'm a recent college grad on a shoestring budget. What little money I have I devote to food and I've been on the Paleo track since May (about 4 months now) and I've been impressed with the results. I have grass fed where I can, and I'm not... (more)
I'm wondering how frequently fermented or pro-biotic foods should be consumed. I'm thinking of kimchi, kombucha, kefir, and the like. Say I intake such items only occasionally (i.e., not regularly)...would that negate any positive effects long... (more)
I've heard that eating different foods at separate times is better. For example, eat meat for one meal, veggies for another meal, etc. Thoughts? Data?
It sounds similar to sequential eating. I tend to use sequential eating and it has definitely improved my digestion. drbass.com/sequential
I'm trying to get a sense of how people use the microwave. I personally reheat food about 2-3 times a day in it but rarely cook food with it. I usually cook using the stovetop, oven, pressure cooker, toaster oven (not for toast anymore LOL), and... (more)
Once per day, I heat a little water so I can dissolve rapadura sugar for making water kefir. Once per week, I heat white sugar and water to make syrup for hummingbird feeders.
My hubby and I have instituted earlier bedtime -- lights out by 11:00 and often earlier. I also started eating breakfast plus lunch and dinner and make sure I'm done eating by 7:00PM and hoping to push this earlier. My post-prandials and morning... (more)
The weight loss could be fluid loss. Jump up to 70 grams and see if the water returns if not try 100-150 grams. However water retention is not that great of a thing...
I've heard people say our bodies are expecting food at the same times every day so it's preferable to have the same eating cycle each day say for example 3 meals a day at 3 specific times that remain constant. Others are pro randomness and eating... (more)
Hi all, this post is to challenge much of the wisdom circulating out there which claims "less is more" where exercise is concerned. The claim is that periods of resistance training that follow conventional protocols are preferable where lifespan... (more)