Monthly Archives: March 2012

Assumptions vs. Ingredients / practicing excellence

I’ve been vegetarian since last October, when I began my slow foray into veganism. I’ve now been strictly vegan for just over 6 weeks, minus accidentally eating some butter-laced shortbread, and some rebellious “I’m sick and can eat whatever I … Continue reading

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Happily contagious

The other day on the bus, as I was reading the latest issue of Inside Triathlon, the guy next to me asked “So, are you a triathlete?” I replied in the affirmative, and he asked if I knew about a … Continue reading

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Eat grapefruit, have more sex, live longer

I decided to look up the nutritional properties of the grapefruit I was eating, and found this bit rather interesting: Grapefruit contains large quantities of a simple polyamine called┬áspermidine, which may be related to aging. It is known to be … Continue reading

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What I’m thinking…

I’m sometimes asked what I think about when I’m out there training so many hours of the week. Well, here you go: how fast am I going vs. how fast do I feel I’m going vs. how fast should I … Continue reading

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