Good to see so many of my favourite resources getting listed at the end. A good video for bringing paleo to the infomercial crowd… loud, repetitive, and seemingly designed to go toe-to-toe with Jenny Craig/Weight Watchers ad’s….
I’m going home! Following the successful launch of our Whole9 South Pacific Foundations of Nutrition workshop in Cairns last weekend, and with having workshops booked (and rapidly selling out) for Toowoomba, Melbourne, Tasmania, and the Gold Coast, we are really (read as: REALLY) excited to be launching in New Zealand in my home town of […]
With so much already happened this year, it is hard to believe we haven’t even cleared January. There’s been little time to reflect on 2012 other than to recognise it as a year of thrilling highs and emotional lows, achievements and frustrations, of welcoming new friends into my life and on closing the door on […]
Wow… Whoddathunk part 1 would have gone gangbusters the way it did? It was one of those spur of the moment, stab the keyboard with my fingers, posts that had been a long time in the brewing. I had no idea that such long-winded stream of consciousness ramblings would strike a chord with people, let […]
Calories – a topic that seems to push me from zero to rant mode in 2.3 seconds. You hear people say calories count. Others say they don’t. And in the end, with the punters on the ground, it leads to nothing but confusion. I’ll try to give my take here, touching a bit on Robb […]
Everyday, as I run through my news feed, I come across pieces of information where I think I’d love to write about it. Alas, I don’t get paid to be a blog writer, and with an insatiable coffee, cocaine coconut, and Icebreaker habit to feed, my writing time needs to be prioritised. But what follows […]
This past weekend saw Anastasia and I take a quick road trip to Brisbane to each present at the Low-Carb Downunder series that was wrapping up there. It was a series largely based around Jimmy Moore’s visit to Australia-fair, but included various speakers at each of its stopping points, many of whom were some variant […]