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One week in

Elbow is playing on the HiFi and I’m sitting on the apartment balcony watching lightning over Lake Ontario. The video doesn’t do it justice. It’s quite something to watch. So I’ve been in Canada for a week now, and apart from missing my family I’ve really enjoyed myself. I’ve met old friends, made some new […]

Catch up

According to the screen in front of me, I’m currently travelling at a speed of 508mph at an altitude of 34000 feet and I’m approaching the halfway point of my flight from London to Toronto. I’m on my way to Canada where I’ll be staying for seven weeks on a work secondment. Truth be told […]

Easy does it

In my last post I mentioned I was going to see my doctor about my shoulder. Well, he referred me to a physiotherapist which is what I was hoping for. He also said that if the physio doesn’t work then surgery is an option. Hmmm. Can’t say I’m thrilled about that prospect. Anyway, I had […]

Science at its best

I’ve been in Canada for three and a half weeks, which is why this blog has been quiet lately. I’m half way through writing an entry which I started in heathrow airport waiting for my flight out but I’ve been lacking in time, and if I’m honest, motivation, to finish it. I will soon. Promise. […]

Originally posted on PaleoHikerMD:
Courtesy of a Quick Google Images Search or Two… Problem: Cause: SAD Carb Consumption/Obesity DIRECTLY Proportional Affect: Adult Obesity Related Diseases Incidence of Diabetes Incidence of Childhood Diabetes Incidence of Vascular Disease (Flat Line) Incidence of Heart Attack (Flat Line) How Many Are Diet/Obesity Related? Solution: P-A-L-E-O The End… -E

Horizon: Eat, Fast and Live Longer

I’ve just watched the BBC Horizon programme on fasting. Unfortunately it wasn’t in the iPlayer any more but I did find it on you tube. Overall I found the programme very interesting, however there were a couple of things I would have liked to have seen. The first thing I think the programme would have benefited from […]

A busy week

It’s been a bit of a week really. In my last post I talked about how tired I was because of work. Well the week only marginally improved and it wasn’t until Friday night where I was able to recover. Oh well. In the meantime I did come across a couple of excellent blogs. The […]

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