Primal Weight Loss.net Blog Posts

  • Is a Running Hobby For Me?
    on Jul 9, 2014 in Fitness
      For years, I had a curiousity about starting to run on a regular basis. My Facebook news feed is filled nearly every weekend with friends who are competing in 5K or 10K (or even longer) races, and I’ve always looked at these accomplishme...
  • Man’s Best Friend Is Here To Help
    on Jun 18, 2014 in Fitness
    When I walk through the door after work every day, I am greeted by a receiving line of loving family members who conspire to make me feel like the luckiest man on earth.  My wonderful wife and kids are always happy to see me, but the happiest of all...
  • Daily Primal Grades
    on May 23, 2014 in Diet
    As I get back into living the primal lifestyle, it is important to find ways to hold myself accountable.  Change is never easy, and for any goal– you should look for ways to measure your progress. In the past, I have conducted daily weigh-...
  • Off the Wagon
    on May 20, 2014 in Diet
    If you wonder where I have been for the past month or two.. The truth is.. that I fell off the wagon. I have fallen into old patterns, and things deteriorated from there.  The weather got and stayed crappy for far too long, things got hectic and str...
  • Lifestyle Carnival – 99th Edition
    on Apr 2, 2014 in Site News
    We are lucky to be chosen this week to host the 99th edition of the Lifestyle Carnival!!  That traveling carnival features the best articles of the week from a variety of categories including Travel, Health, and Entertainment.  You can have one of...
  • Getting to the Core of Core Strength
    on Mar 28, 2014 in Fitness
    Let’s be honest.  Social trappings put a premium on looking good, on eye-catching muscle and sexy abs, but there is a much more essential reason for working the core.  It’s our center.  All our functional daily movement is anchored and stabili...
  • My Child is a Picky Eater
    on Mar 25, 2014 in Uncategorized
      My thirteen year old is a picky eater, and it drives me mad. Whenever I decide to cook something nutritious for dinner, chances are good that he won’t eat it. We have tried every trick in the book to get him to expand his mind a little bit a...
  • I had my wisdom teeth pulled today!
    on Mar 12, 2014 in Diet
    If you’ve been looking for something to jumpstart your weight loss, why not sign up to get your wisdom teeth removed?!  It’s the perfect way to keep your cravings in check for a few days, considering you won’t be able to eat any so...
  • There Might Be Plenty of Fish in the Sea …
    on Mar 6, 2014 in Diet
    … Many people have the idea that all seafood is healthy and, at one point in the past, this was true. But not anymore, and this is largely due to our modern industrial society. Mercury and other toxins, seafood farms, and non-sustainable harves...
  • There Might Be Plenty of Fish in the Sea, But They’re Not All Equal
    on Mar 6, 2014 in Diet
    Many people have the idea that all seafood is healthy and, at one point in the past, this was true. But not anymore, and this is largely due to our modern industrial society. Mercury and other toxins, seafood farms, and non-sustainable harvesting pra...
  • Is Bacon Bad For You?
    on Feb 24, 2014 in Diet
      Oh scrumptious bacon.  How I love thee. Icould never be a vegetarian when bacon exists in this world.  It just isn’t worth it. The other day, I was having a few slices of bacon with my breakfast, when a co-worker remarked.  ”I s...
  • How to Work Out While Driving to Work
    on Feb 21, 2014 in Fitness
    With the average American spending hours each day driving to work and back home, it is no wonder that there is little time left to exercise. For myself, I can’t help but think about all of the way that I could potentially be using that time to...
  • How to Workout While Driving to Work
    on Feb 21, 2014 in Fitness
    With the average American spending hours each day driving to work and back home, it is no wonder that there is little time left to exercise. For myself, I can’t help but think about all of the way that I could potentially be using that time to...
  • Cutting Calories
    on Feb 17, 2014 in Diet
    Cutting our calorie intake is something a lot of us are concerned about. There are some very simple things each of us can do to help make steps along this road. Although these ideas are simple, implementing them into daily routines and bucking old ha...
  • Hearing Hunger
    on Feb 13, 2014 in Diet
    An astounding 842 million people in the world do not have enough to eat.  Even worse, here in the USA one in four children is struggling with food insecurity, meaning that they aren’t getting enough nutritious food to live a healthy life.  Do...
  • If Paleo Is So Great.. Why Did Most Early Humans Die Young?
    on Feb 5, 2014 in Diet
    I have often been asked by skeptics of Paleo/Primal eating about the fact that many early humans did indeed die young.  The statistics of course, seem to back their statements up, but they can certainly be a bit misleading. The first thing look at a...
  • Death by Food Pyramid – a Book Review
    on Feb 1, 2014 in Diet
    When I heard about Denise Minger’s new book, “Death By Food Pyramid”, I was quite excited to get my hands on it.  Now that I’ve read it, I feel like my mindset has been changed forever.  What makes this book special is the w...
  • You Are What You Eat
    on Jan 26, 2014 in Diet
    A couple of nights ago I found myself laying on the couch, unable to sleep.  I had left the bedroom because my constant tossing and turning was keeping my wife awake and one of us needed to get a good night’s sleep.  It felt like there was a...
  • The Battlegrounds Adventure Race
    on Jan 20, 2014 in Fitness
    My current overall fitness plan is to exercise 4-5 times per week, for about 30-60 minutes each time.  This seems to be the sweet spot for me when it comes to avoiding soreness and muscle pain, but at the same time keeping my energy levels up and my...
  • Is “INSERT-FOOD-HERE” Bad For You?
    on Jan 14, 2014 in Diet
    In a world where everyone has infinite information at their fingertips, how are we to know what food is and isn’t bad for us? This post is no doubt motivated by the Denise Minger’s excellent book Death by Food Pyramid, which I have been r...
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