I read the awesome article Bariatric Medicine: Seven Exciting Developments” by Sean Bourke MD on a flight from NYC to San Francisco last weekend. I identified with it enough feel compelled to summarize my favorite points for you all. Dr. Bourke is a bariatric doctor, meaning he works with those that are overweight or obese … More A Twinkie does not = 1.5 apples.
It is almost Wednesday and that means I get to go home to Texas for a week! I’ve been looking forward to seeing family, high school friends, and eating Tex-Mex and BBQ for months now. Today, though, was wonderful as well. I started the day off with the usual coffee and greek yogurt bowl and … More ‘duck liver mousse?’ ‘omg so much vitamin A!’
Hello everyone! I seem to have a penchant for obnoxiously long domain names, as I have purchased TheInformedHealthNut.com as the new home for this blog! So much has happened in the last month, I can’t even fathom it. I have now been working in the doctor office for almost two months and have really been … More killer bacon broccoli salad.
Good news! I found an apartment that I adore in San Francisco. It is located near the upper heart of the city, in exactly the area that I was hoping for. It’s an easy bus ride to my internship, and right in the middle of all the various hoods for good shopping, food, and going … More [gluten free] zucchini banana walnut chocolate chip bread
Happy Friday!! My visit with my parents is almost over, I will be heading back to California tomorrow. Then, it will be crunch time to find a place to live in San Francisco. The goal is to move in the first week of September – eek! I am so excited though. I can’t wait to … More healthy low carb pizza!
Hi! With all the running hobbling around I’ve been doing, I haven’t been getting creative in the kitchen, but that doesn’t mean I haven’ been cooking up a storm! I have made many recipes from blogs and the internet lately – some have been bland, some have been decent, and some have been superb. Here … More recipes you must try!
What is paleo? The Paleolithic diet is not a “diet” in the count-every-calorie-I-hate-my-life sense. It is a lifestyle that encourages us to eat and live the way that our ancestors did for hundreds of thousands of years. The first homo sapiens appeared on earth 200,000 years ago. They hunted and gathered, slept, made shelter, and … More The Paleo Diet.