Food is simple, Part 4

Food is simple, Part 4

This series started with Food, as simple as it gets.  We offered Michael Pollan’s 3 simple food rules: “Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants.”  We got into more detail with Part 2 – What is food, followed by Part 3 – How much, and now...
Food is simple, Part 3

Food is simple, Part 3

This series started with Food, as simple as it gets.  Then came Part 2 – What is food? Now, Part 3 – How much? We are expanding on Michael Pollan’s three basic food rules: “Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants.” Today: how much?  We...
Food is simple, Part 2

Food is simple, Part 2

Food can be a challenging topic to write about. My recent post – Food, as simple as it gets – started many conversations, mostly about the 3 simple guidelines. So, I thought I would expand a bit on those. “Food is simple” is how we start...
Food, as simple as it gets

Food, as simple as it gets

We have conversations about food with people every day and it is amazing to hear the array of thoughts, ideas, and opinions. One thing becomes clear very quickly: people are confused and frustrated and often just want to be told what to eat and when. Food is both...
Lost in thought?

Lost in thought?

I shared a quote from Eckhart Tolle with some friends recently: “Most humans are never fully present in the now, because they unconsciously believe that the next moment must be more important than this one. But then you miss your whole life, which is never not...
How to stick with the boring fundamentals.

How to stick with the boring fundamentals.

A client asked me last week how to be consistent with the boring, fundamental movements I’ve asked her to do in-between her strength training sessions. Tired of hurting when she tried to exercise with any intensity, she agreed that restoring range of motion to...

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