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  • Birthday 10/30/1986

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  1. Yeah, it really helps basically get your entire system reset, including helping with inflammation throughout the gut and body and helping get your insulin sensitivity back. Normally, our bodies need a good omega 6 to omega 3 ratio, but in most of the processed and grain-based foods today, the omega 6's are much higher meaning that you have stores of omega 6 still present in your body and in your diet on a day to day basis. So if you start off with a heavier dose of omega 3's, you can start to reset all of that negative ratio, and then after a while you can tone it down just to make sure you
  2. I've been strict paleo-dieting for about 4 months, and the results have been amazing! I feel great and my performance is better than ever. If your are looking for resources on Paleo, I have two that I highly recommend. One is a blog done by a mother of two who manages to feed her family paleo everyday. If she can do it, we can too. everydaypaleo.com The recipes on here are great. As for general information on the diet, I would recommend "The Paleolithic Solution" podcast. Just a crazy amount of information, and usually really easy to listen to. I also supplement with some fish oil. Any
  3. Hi everyone! Glad to join forces with the Rebel Army. My name is Matt. I am 23 years old, and currently living in the Inaka (aka "the boonies") in Japan and teaching English to middle school kids. It's loads fun. My fitness resume: In high school I started doing some lifting and played soccer pretty seriously, but it wasn't until 2 years ago when a friend turned me on to Crossfit that my passion for fitness really took off. Never joined a Crossfit gym, but did my best to teach myself the movements and workout at the university gym. I was feeling pretty good about everything until a y
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