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Paleo Nutrition Seminar, 15th May, 6.30 pm, CrossFit 119, Avondale, Auckland NZ

CrossFit 119 in Avondale, Auckland are hosting a Paleo nutrition seminar this Friday night. Anyone is welcome, you don’t need to be a member of the gym or be doing CrossFit. Here are the details: Address: Urban Athletics/CrossFit 119, 2/24 Honan Place, Avondale, Auckland Date and Time: Friday 15th May, 6.30 – 9.15pm Cost – […]

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Podcast! Interview by Ameer Rosic Optimal health show. Why low carb paleo is not best for everyone

I was interviewed recently by Ameer Rosic for his Optimal Health show. Here is a link to the podcast, giving you an overview of my thoughts on paleo and what goes wrong for some people. Hope you enjoy! Sorry about the sound quality on my microphone – I need to buy a new one!

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Fitter, stronger, happier and 28 kg lighter. CrossFit + Paleo

Michelle is a member of CrossFit Auckland, the gym where I was first introduced to CrossFit and the Paleo diet (Thanks to Robb Wolf the CrossFit nutritionist in 2009) Here is her story: In January this year I was really unhappy with how I looked and I knew something needed to change. I had booked […]

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Low carb paleo + crossfit, not losing weight – my recommendations

Thank you so much everyone for your comments and suggestions. I was curious to see how others would respond to this problem. This post is a followup to my a senario that I was presented with – a  new client who has been following a low carb diet and is doing 5 – 6 sessions […]

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Woman 150lbs 5'6" pear shape

CrossFit and low carb paleo, why isn’t this client losing weight?

Case Study and a challenge for you I’m going to outline a case study, and I’d love to get your feedback as to what you think is the problem and how we solve this weight (or rather FAT) loss problem. This is a case study on a type, rather than one person. I have had […]

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Menopause update. A simple strength test that correlates with mortality

My body has recently gone through a big marker of the aging process and I’m now officially menopausal, this milestone has made me increasingly interested in the state of old age.  When one realises that there are far fewer years left to live than one has already lived, it becomes increasingly important to make them […]

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