Category Archives: Nutrition
How to abstain from Starbucks pumpkin scones in five easy steps. Continue reading
Living in Alaska, it’s hard to be a complete locavore. But I’m glad to be able to be a least a partial locavore, thereby reducing my carbon footprint, supporting Alaska farmers, & getting some really great local produce.
More about community supported agriculture, & my very own homemade sauerkraut.
My first box of produce from Glacier Valley Farm CSA is cause to celebrate — not just good food, but also the connection that comes from supporting local farmers. Thank you, farmers of Mat-Su.
Been awhile since I’ve posted on the Teverys (health) blog (or, now that I’ve imported all my blogs to my new website, the Terveys category). This one’s a quickie, just to say that I’m back on the fat loss track … Continue reading
Here it is all in one pretty little chart: my weight loss since February 18 this year (41 pounds scale weight to date). The color swatches mark off the diet regimes I was following during each period. Lotsa jaggies during … Continue reading
I decided a few days ago to follow Lyle McDonald’s version of a Protein Sparing Modified Fast (PSMF) (as detailed in The Rapid Fat Loss Handbook). This diet is designed to “spare protein” — that is, loss of lean body … Continue reading
John Berardi’s rule for the carb content in a “gourmet” nutrition meal is simple: “[the meal] must offer you carbs only if you ‘deserve’ them.” And you only deserve higher carb meals only when you’ve exercised.
Two additional things I’ve learned from Lyle McDonald & his Body Recomposition website so far, that are having a pretty immediate effect on my nutritional planning: First, he’s convinced me that “dieting by percentages” — that is, figuring out my … Continue reading