Category: Nutrition (page 3 of 56)

Stomach Woes Have Snuck Up On Me

In the last year, I have had increasing issues with stomach pain. Nothing too bad. Yet with increasing frequency.

At first, I thought that the increased fiber from a peasant diet was the culprit. I also thought it might be … [continue reading]

The Upside to Health Blogging

A year ago, I was researching my own protein needs. I had just lost a lot of weight using the carb-friendly Peasant Diet that had moderate to low protein and I was figuring out what to do next. My research … [continue reading]

Fasting Lessons I Learned This Month

The plan was to do my 4th Fasting Mimicking Diet from July 3 to July 8 and then donate blood on July 9th. Let me unpack that sentence.

A Fasting Mimicking Diet is a 5-day very low protein diet created … [continue reading]

The Salt Fix Book Summary

This weekend I read the book The Salt Fix: Why the Experts Got it All Wrong – and How Eating More Might Save Your Life by Dr. James DiNicolantonio. I wasn’t sure I would get much value from the book … [continue reading]

Side Effects I’m Experiencing on the Peasant Diet

I adopted the Peasant Diet in 2016 after Richard Nikoley and Karl Denninger got into a feud on Twitter.¬† You can read about that story in the post¬†Designing a Modern Peasant Diet. The short version is that when … [continue reading]

Approach Fat Loss Like You Would Approach a Cat

I’ve had this analogy I’ve been thinking about for a long time now regarding successfully losing weight and then keeping that weight off. It has to do with dogs and cats.

Dogs are easier to understand than cats. They are … [continue reading]