SPARTAN PERFORMANCE                                  CROSSFIT SUFFOLK


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30 back squats with your bodyweight on a barbell

30 knees to elbows

30 burpees






 Second Thoughts On Medicines For Babies Who Spit Up   "Hassall recommends dietary changes to the parents of inconsolable babies who spit up after feedings. This strategy has helped many of his patients, including Tara Cree of Vancouver, British Columbia, who had a rough go with her daughter.

"She was incredibly irritable," recalls Cree. "There was a lot of crying and it just didn't seem right."

The worst of it came just after breast-feedings. When she described the symptoms to Hassall, he told Cree to change her diet to remove certain proteins from her breast milk.

"I eliminated dairy, soy and wheat from my diet," Cree says. It was a radical change, since almost all processed foods include some dairy, soy or wheat. But she stuck with it because it was so effective. "By day 3 or 4 [of the diet] she was a different baby," says Cree."Shots, NPR Health Blog, article by AlLison Aubrey

{We learned of the above article from Mark Sisson's blog, Mark's Daily Apple.  Every so often a health article is written that should include the subtitle: Another Medical Condition Most Likely Solved By Paleo/Primal Diet.  This is one of them.—George}


Thanks To Mark's Daily Apple for the following post as well:

Confessions Of A Former Big Food Executive

"Q. What are three things you think every consumer should know about Big Food?


  • Big Food is profit-driven. Don't be fooled into thinking a brand or the food company that owns it cares about you or your health.
  • Think critically. Most claims and advertising by Big Food companies are meant to manipulate you, not educate you. Read your labels and do your research.
  • There is no free lunch. Over the long-term, you always get what you pay for. Cheap food is very expensive once you add up the true costs — like the taxes you pay to subsidize Big Food companies, health consequences like obesity or diabetes, the devastating harm to our environment, and the inhumane treatment of animals raised within the industrialized food system."—-Andy Bellatti, Grist

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