Tagged with health

Eating ‘Healthy’ at the Office

Man, I’ve been sitting here for 8 hours already.. Sandy, hand me another donut! I need the energy. It’s going to be a long night. Something that bugs more than it should, is the food consensus around the office. Why not just let people eat what they eat, who cares? Good question, reader. Honestly – … Continue reading

Paleo to go, please.

  A winning fail. I try to be as primal as I can, but some days, I just don’t have the time to prepare. Today is that day. So what do we modern cave-foodies do in this situation? Improvise. Today, I opted for beef and shrimp teriyaki with steamed veggies from Famous Wok. Flank steak, … Continue reading

Today is just another day..

Today.. today. I don’t like today. I’m moody, depressed, frustrated and weak. This time, it’s not food that’s got me down – it’s everything else. While Paleo has helped my depressive tendencies *thoughts mainly based on weight, mind you*, it hasn’t stopped them completely… but I’m 12 days in and I’ve not given up yet. Egads! … Continue reading

The Dairy Diaries.

I did it again, folks. I accidentally consumed dairy. Place yourself in a smaller suburban city at 10:30pm on a Sunday night. Your roommate and significant other want food. What do? Nothing is open, it’s cold outside, and I just need some food in my stomach. “It may not be totally Paleo, but I’ll watch … Continue reading

So I’m reading this old blog post and..

I’m realizing how far I’ve come in this short time on Paleo. I can hardly believe it! On June 18th, 2012, I was feeling very down and probably just as miserable as the last 22 years, so I logged onto MyFitnessPal and wrote a blog post to describe how I felt. I was depressed, frustrated, … Continue reading

For Science! Well, for health at least.

On Halloween Day 2012, I underwent surgery on my wrist to remove a nasty Ganglion cyst. Roughly three years ago, I did the same thing – along with the three years prior. Trust me, we’re only scratching the surface of my medical history. During the very last run, it took my wrist about 7 months … Continue reading