Pardon my French, but I LOVE SHIT LIKE THIS!!! I was so excite to watch the second instalment of Mike Willisee's experiment following a Paleo diet on Channel Seven's Sunday over the weekend. FINALLY someone on national television says it out loud - that the Dieticians Association is sponsored by multi national companions (making shit fake foods that will kill us) which literally puts them in a conflict of interest... So you be the judge as to whether or not you'd like to listen to what they are telling you to eat.
Aug 26, 2015
Aug 17, 2015
In case you missed it, last night on Sunday there was a segment called The Paleo Challenge. Reporter Mike Willesee, who was questioning Pete Evans about the paleo style of eating, was skeptical, unconvinced, and unsure about the whole paleo concept and exactly what benefits it heralded, given that he had also seen some research say that it could be in fact dangerous.
But then the plot twist happened, and Mike decided to undertake a 10-week Paleo diet program to test the claims by advocate Pete Evans.
Aug 10, 2015
Last week I celebrated my 30th birthday. I didn't want anything fancy. My biggest wish was to see my mum, and my two sisters (...or be gifted a one way ticket to California... or Rome... and with Brocky of course).
Well... no travel plans as such but mum and my little sis both made it up (big sis has a totally valid excuse tho - she had just flown to Europe! Forgiven! I would have done the same).
Aug 3, 2015
Most of us are familiar with quinoa these days as it's been touted far and wide as an alternative to rice for those who want to follow a grain free diet, as quinoa – pronounced keen-wa – is actually a South American seed, even though it cooks and tastes just like a grain; which is why it is so popular in paleo, gluten free and vegan lifestyles.