Check it out! I've re-vamped my Food and Fitness pages to be more intuitive and navigable. You'll find lots of new resources on the Fitness page as well as (finally) a link to my nutritional/diet philosophy and a number of recipes to get you started with that.
I've gotten a few questions about what kind of "diet" I follow. Instead of following the diet fads of the
year week, I follow a set of general guidelines, which is essentially a Revised Paleolithic Diet. The guidelines are pretty easy to comprehend and follow, as the "diet" is more of a philosophy than a set of specific foods to purchase and cook with.
Why It Matters:
- Good Eats = Good Workouts. You have to be eating well to reap the benefits of even the most grueling workouts. That means getting lots of protein, healthy fats, and good carbohydrates.
- Good Eats = Good Energy. Really. It makes a huge difference. By being conscious about your diet, you can ensure that your body is getting the nutrients you need. Without those nutrients, your body often feels tired and hungry, even when your stomach is full.
Main Points of the Revised Paleolithic Diet:
- Eat like your ancestors... in a modern world. While the Paleolithic diet may have once been ideal, I believe that we ought to allow ourselves some variation in order to accommodate the world we live in, taking into account...
- Method: Optimize, Limit, Avoid