I had an interesting conversation with a friend the other day. He asked me for advice related to a few gastrointestinal issues he had been having. After delving into some details which I won’t cover here, I suggested that he needs to go gluten and dairy free. He was not surprised. In fact, it’s as […]Read more "Knowing vs. Doing"
An article appeared in the weekend magazine section of a local newspaper dealing with the question “Why are women without children still stigmatised by society?“ The cover for this story contained a list of adjectives associated with being a child-free woman: childless, threat, taboo, freedom, failure, selfish, feminist, invisible, shame, barren, isolation, judgement. Only a […]Read more "CHILD-FREE"
Over the years, Anastasia and I have given a number of presentations at various conferences and gatherings. This post pulls all of those into a one-stop resource for anyone interested (and for us to find more easily). Anastasia Is Paleo the Best Low-Carb Diet Weight Loss: The post of gold at the end of the […]Read more "Multimedia"
This post has been awhile coming but hopefully will worth the wait. In Part 1 I described the principles I follow to minimise the circadian rhythm disruption from shift work. This post is basically what I do. I work 3 types of shifts: DAY SHIFT – Start time between 7.15am and 9am. Finish time between […]Read more "SURVIVING SHIFT WORK. PART 2"
Alternative Title: Living Life in Power Saving Mode – Less Function, Longer Battery Life? As a nutritionist, I’ve been most heavily influenced by 3 paradigms/schools of thought over the last couple of years (much more so than the current versions of Paleo) – the holy trinity, as it were. The Protein Leverage Hypothesis Acellular vs. Cellular […]Read more "Who Dares to Live Forever"
Do not adjust your set. And no, it isn’t April 1st. The New Zealand Heart Foundation dietitians and nutritionists are giving Paleo a go. It what sees me channeling the ghost of That Paleo Guy, I feel compelled to write a bit of a critique about their experiment, their assumptions, and starting points. But to […]Read more "Heart Foundation Goes Paleo"
Tomorrow we head home to New Zealand after our most recent and longest visit to the USA – this time Colorado. As has been the case for all of my trips to the States since 2011, I came to present at the Ancestral Health Symposium. But in line with every year I have travelled here, […]Read more "In Thin Air"