The 4 Pillars Of A Healthy Diet

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Yesterday morning, shortly after waking up, I had breakfast: 2 hard-boiled eggs; a bowl of organic oats mixed with raw honey, cinnamon, and a half a cup of berries; and a big cup of organic, black coffee.

Mid-morning I had a handful of mixed, raw nuts and an apple.

For lunch I had a half a cup of black beans on a bed of Jasmine rice; steamed broccoli; half an avocado; and 1 cup of bone broth.

My dinner consisted of 6 ounces of grass-fed ground beef; a sweet potato; and kale (sautéed in ghee).

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The Importance Of A Weekly “Refeed”

Let me start by saying that I apologize for the brief hiatus.

Training has picked up quite a bit in the last few months and I have not been as free to sit down and write as I would’ve liked to have been.

With it being summer time and all, everyone is hitting the gym hard and dialing in on the diet.

Both males and females are working hard to achieve that lean, mean beach bod.

If you have ever trained with me or have read this blog, you probably already know that diet is 80% of the game as far as body composition is concerned – especially if your goal is fat loss! 

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Paleo Pitfalls

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In the 1980’s, America witnessed the low fat craze.

In the 90’s, we saw the rise of the Atkins style diet.

In the early 2000’s, the Mediterranean and South Beach diets reigned supreme.

In the last 5 or 6 years, however, the Paleo diet has surpassed them all as America’s go to fat loss eating plan.

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