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Ham recipes have always been special to me; they tend to remind me of family gatherings. But recently, they have been especially special. For starters, my other ham recipe marks the first collaboration I did with my friends at US Wellness Meats, when I was their April […] Continue Reading ->
If you took part in the “30 Day Caveman Kettlebell Challenge” you not only have sore hands, a kettlebooty, and a new found appreciation for counting (1,2,3…300!), you have the chance to win a sweet prize pack valued at over $100 bucks! The prizes include: $50 DemonBells […] Continue Reading ->
Man, there are a lot of new books out right now. I have a mounting pile that needed some attention, some that I personally bought and others that were sent for me to review. I thought I’d take a moment and briefly look at these additions to […] Continue Reading ->
Man, there are a lot of new books out right now. I have a mounting pile that needed some attention, some that I personally bought and others that were sent for me to review. I thought I’d take a moment and briefly look at these additions to […] Continue Reading ->
Welcome to Paleo in Austin! At the recommendation of my good friend and fellow food blogger, Natalie Paramore of Foodfetish.com, I am beginning a new blogging series of restaurant reviews. As a member and social chair of the Austin Food Blogger Alliance, Swiss Army Knife of an […] Continue Reading ->
Note: The following is a repost from the Whole9 Archives. Enjoy! In February 2011, Dallas wrote an article for Performance Menu, the “journal of nutrition and athletic excellence” published each month by Greg Everett of Catalyst Athletics.  The article focused on the impact of sleep (or lack thereof) […] Continue Reading ->
Meatloaf is a dish that changes with age: it is often reviled by children and treasured by parents. It makes sense, actually. Kids like to know what’s in their food, and meatloaf is the antithesis of this idea; it’s just a brown hunk of mystery, coupled with […] Continue Reading ->
Meatloaf is a dish that changes with age: it is often reviled by children and treasured by parents. It makes sense, actually. Kids like to know what’s in their food, and meatloaf is the antithesis of this idea; it’s just a brown hunk of mystery, coupled with […] Continue Reading ->
Welcome to Ask Whole9 Canada, where Summer Innanen and Sarah Ramsden answer all of your health and nutrition questions. In this week’s episode, Emily asks, “Cold sores are ruining my love life. Help!” Cold sores, also known as fever blisters, are caused by the herpes simplex virus (HV-1). Once you have the […] Continue Reading ->

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