In this episode, Melissa and I chat all things celery juice, veganism, and carnivore diets. We talk about the potential issues with each as well as why we both feel that a more balanced approach to your diet is the way to go.Read More
As an athlete or active person, you’ve probably had your fair share of aches and pains. Chances are when you are faced with a headache, muscle soreness, or even a minor injury, you’ve probably popped a couple of ibuprofen tabletsRead More
Like any food, medication, or supplement coffee has a list of things that are good about it and things that are not so good about it. One of the biggest negative things I hear about coffee is that coffee is dehydrating, which is actually not true.Read More
I’m back for another episode of the podcast, and this week I wanted to take some time to answer a few listener questions.
How I became a Paleo NP
Kari asked “what’s your take on intermittent fasting?”
Kate wants to know about the Whole30 vs. AIP for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome as well as if internal use of essential oils is ok and what else might she do to improve her symptoms.
I’m going to be honest about this up front (so you don’t have to keep reading if you don’t want to), I do not think the vegan diet is a great choice for athletes. My dislike of the vegan diet for athletes is not because of something I have read or because I belong to a meat-eating cult (for what it’s worth, I’m also not a fan of the carnivore diet).Read More
One of the most common reasons people come to me for help is fatigue or extremely low energy. They have trouble getting up and going in the morning. They don't feel rested when they wake up.Read More
As with any health condition these days, it is so hard to know what to do. There are thousands of people on the internet offering their advice (myself included) and it's hard to know what is good advice and what actually might do more harm than good.Read More
In this episode of The Paleo NP Podcast, Stephanie Cahill from CleanerStephanie.com and I have a conversation about mental health, anxiety, and depression. We talk about counseling, medication, and other ways to improve or maintain your mental health, especially when you hit a rough patch.Read More