Healthy Eating

Dan John’s new book, Can You Go, includes a graphic of mine that I use to explain the big picture of nutrition change.
There are some fundamental flaws in new research on chocolate. But they offer us a chance to learn a great deal.
Today, I am going to share with you three non-dairy sources of calcium and some truly tasty ways to include them in your diet.
"Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication." This applies equally to kettlebells and fish.
Removing grains from breakfast has been one of my biggest challenges, but these crepes make it easy.
Stuffing sweet potatoes with veggies and meat transforms them into a hearty meal. Try these three recipes.
In this article I will show some of the techniques to better vegetables and share five side dishes for your repertoire.
It can be a challenge to pinpoint what is causing your issues, stopping you from proper nutritional absorption, and hindering maximum performance.
Summer is approaching, but before you stress about trying a new diet, these seven things might be all you need to get on the right track.
These tips will stretch your meals further and give you more flexibility in terms of taste and flavour.
Here are some basic techniques people can use to make all kinds of wonderful meals. I've included two recipes, too.
When it comes to function and physique, I’m not convinced the pros of flexible dieting outweigh the cons.
Maintaining ketosis has been a lifesaver for me. Here are a few of my favorite smoothie recipes to get a dose of healthy fat.
Try this simple exercise during your next meal to begin practicing the art of intuitive eating.
Good nutrition always comes first, but these three supplements may be what you need to gain an extra edge in your performance.
Home curing is a simple way to create delicious bacon and other cured meats.
Here are a few simple tips for savvy shopping, while upholding convenience, tastiness, and simplicity in the meals you eat.