Category: Precision Nutrition

Media Fast

My Precision Nutrition program experiment today is to go on a media fast. This program has encouraged me to experiment with lots of things. Some I did. Some I decided I did not want to do. I’m actually getting a little irritated with all… Continue Reading “Media Fast”

A Break from the Routine

Last night my friend Jill and I saw the play “Tiny Beautiful Things” in a Lincoln Park theater. The play brings to life Cheryl Strayed’s advice column called Dear Sugar. Several years ago on one of the best vacations of my life, I hiked… Continue Reading “A Break from the Routine”

The Nutrition Experiment: Learning

I’m now a couple of months into my Precision Nutrition program. I am routinely checking my email first thing in the morning for my “nutrition lesson” and attempting to complete my assigned “habit” each day. I don’t think I have lost an ounce. At… Continue Reading “The Nutrition Experiment: Learning”

Savoring Slowness

I met with a young woman at work a few weeks ago to discuss what a training career might look like. She scheduled 30 minutes on my calendar, and we talked. I asked her about her background and her history with our company. I… Continue Reading “Savoring Slowness”

Taking the Time to Eat

As part of my yearlong nutrition exploration, I’m trying some new things. The “habit” I’m supposed to implement for the next two weeks is eating slowly. They recommend stretching my meals out to 20 minutes. Yesterday I timed my meals, and even with slower… Continue Reading “Taking the Time to Eat”

A Winding Path of Improvement: Nutrition

I have good days and bad days. A great month is followed by a nutritional disaster. I rave about my success getting off sugar and then plummet into despair over yet another lapse in my good eating habits. I have learned that eating healthy… Continue Reading “A Winding Path of Improvement: Nutrition”

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