That’s Right, We’re Talking S*%t
Written by George Economou
(Originally Published February 7, 2012)

You’ve got options when it comes to evaluating your health. You can assess your feelings, or get labs run on your blood, urine, or saliva. And there’s another option right under your nose . . . . OK, well hopefully not right under, but your poop can be a great indicator of the status of your health.

Here’s a quick list of reasons why people have a difficult time talking about poop:

  • It smells bad .

Mediterranean Frittata
Written by George and Sarah Economou

This is a great dish to make on Sunday and keep in the fridge. You can cut pieces of it to take to the gym/work each morning (or enjoy at home if you’re lucky). It tastes great cold or heated up!

Cook 3 pieces of bacon until done, but not super crispy (it will continue to cook in the frittata). We use a broiler pan and put the bacon in the oven at 400*F for about 20 minutes. Place several handfuls of spinach leaves in a microwavable bowl and cook on high for about a minute,

That’s Right, We’re Talking S*%t

You’ve got options when it comes to evaluating your health. You can assess your feelings, or get labs run on your blood, urine, or saliva. And there’s another option right under your nose . . . . OK, well hopefully not right under, but your poop can be a great indicator of the status of your health.

Here’s a quick list of reasons why people have a difficult time talking about poop:

  • It smells bad . . . sometimes really bad.
  • It is sometimes accompanied by a trumpet-like sound from your butt.

Screencast by George Economou

(Editor’s Note – If you are in our Look Good, Feel Good Challenge, you MUST watch all 11 minutes of this video. If you’re not in the Challenge, but you care about your health and fitness, you should make time to watch from the 2:30 mark to the 10:00 mark . . . you won’t regret it. Planning for your success is vital to achieving your health and fitness goals!)

An Almost Paleo Week
Written by George Economou and Sarah Murray

I say “almost paleo” because there are a few caveats. First, I use salt. Not a lot, but I do use it. I also use a little balsamic vinegar on my salad. If you want a completely paleo salad, you can substitute a little lemon juice and pepper for the vinegar. There are one or two other little “cheats” and I’ve annotated them as such in the recipes.

Sunday is a big food day. I think one of the keys to success with any lifestyle (I prefer to call it a lifestyle,