Category Archives for Slow-Carb/4 Hour Body

Dont Drink The Little Cauliflowers

First Lesson of the Week: winging it when doing DIY fermented milk probably won’t kill you but success can be more readily assured if you do your homework first.  I’ve been making what I thought was Kefir for the past 3 weeks.

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Slow carb/4 Hour Body – Week 2/3 Wrap Up

Lesson of the week Don’t eat too many lentils. Half a cup with lunch or dinner is OK. Being lazy and simply eating a bowl of these on their own for dinner, in addition to those you ate with the French Lentil and Carrot salad at lunch, has nasty repercussions and is just asking for […]

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Slow-carb/4 Hour Body – Week 1 Wrap Up

For better or for worse, this is what I ate/drank/did in the first week of the slow-carb/4 Hour Body diet.  Unless otherwise stated, meals were consumed approx 4 hours apart and breakfast was within 1 hour of getting up, although on days 1 and 2 I cut this a bit fine.  There were a few […]

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To bean or not to bean, that is the question

Legumes are generally on the ‘no-go’ list for Paleo and Primal.  Though Mark Sisson doesn’t seem to be against them entirely, he makes a rather salient point (in this post): “The bioavailability of minerals in legumes is compromised by the body’s difficulty in digesting them … if you’re going to include legumes in your diet, […]

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Slow-carb and The 4 Hour Body – Day 2

I should go shopping before deciding on the week’s menu, and definitely before posting said menu online.  Small hiccup with a number of intended key ingredients being out of season.  Cucumber is out and I couldn’t find any red capsicum at my organic grocer (not a fan of the green ones and wont buy non […]

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Slow-carb & The 4 Hour Body

I’ve been away for the last couple of weeks, which has made eating healthily a challenge (willpower? what willpower?!).  Beer tastes good.  Gluten free brownies taste better.  And the carrot cake muffins were divine (if you’re ever in northern NSW, Brunswick Heads Health Foods has some very spectacular eats and treats, mostly gluten-free). Before I […]

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