Good for nothing.

There is a reawakening toward the value of … nothing. Doing nothing. Rather than feeling irresponsible (and creating bad health) for not grinding it out day and night over a 60 hour work week, we are now becoming aware and engaging in the art of doing nothing. And we’re better for it.

Morning Rituals

Does your morning routine looks more like survival of the fittest and a race against the clock? This stress-filled morning fills your body with an early dose of stress hormones that push your entire physiology into the sympathetic neurological state of Fight or Flight; then sadly, many of us spend the rest of your day in this state. It’s time to take back your morning.

Functional Fitness

There are many excuses for not working out regularly: no time, no energy, no money, or all of the above. The good news: exercise is free. And, research shows that short interval, higher intensity exercise gives you better results than long, drawn-out journeys on the treadmill or punishing runs on the pavement.


Truth be told, if your ancestors didn’t move, they didn’t eat. As a hunter and gatherer, if you didn’t hunt and gather, you didn’t eat (if you didn’t move, you got eaten). Before the agricultural revolution 10,000+ years ago, all humans had to spend energy to secure energy. You had to burn calories to find, hunt, chase, fish, carry and prepare everything that you ever ate or drank.

Chicken Coconut Curry

  8+ boneless, skinless organic chicken thighs (you’re welcome to use breasts – I find thighs have more fat/flavor, which I’m always looking towards) 1 large or 2 medium leeks, sliced and rinsed well 3-4 medium shallots, chopped 3 cloves garlic, minced 1 celery stick, chopped 1/4 cup coconut oil Sea salt and fresh cracked…

Dr. Paul’s Meatloaf

A favorite for nearly everyone, including kids. Meatloaf provides a great source of flavorful protein (and always has leftovers – a key component for a healthy lifestyle). One key is to use organic grass finished ground beef with at least 15% fat; using ground sirloin that has 5% or 10% fat can lead to a…