Posts By Amy Kubal

Off season

Make the Most of the ‘Off-season’

The last ‘big’ races/events are over for the season – triathlons, cycling, marathons, the Games – all done for another year.  It’s officially the ‘off-season’; the time for our bodies to rest, recover, and start preparing for the next go.  While the ‘off-season’ is commonly associated with athletes, it truly Read more…

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Don’t Be “That Guy” (or Gal)…

This may come as a complete shock to some of you – brace yourselves, seriously, SIT DOWN!!!  Okay, contrary to popular belief in the paleo circle, not everyone is as passionate about the subjects of diet, nutrition, training, and health as we are.  In fact, a vast majority of people Read more…

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Myra’s Story: “You don’t have to be perfect…”

The only thing I can see as a “starting factor” to my eating disorder is that I began taking birth control about the same time and started dealing with depression off and on. I have been battling with bulimia, bingeing and purging, since I was 19. Now, almost 32, I Read more…

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Robb’s Angels Take on the American Dietetic Association Conference – Mission #1

It all started as an idea – an idea that turned into Robb’s Angels’ debut mission.  Last Sunday and Monday the Angels set out to make some waves at this years American Dietetic Association (ADA) Conference in San Diego.  (As an aside the Association will be changing its name to Read more…

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ADA Conference Day #1 In Pictures

Robb’s Angel’s had an AWESOME first day at the American Dietetic Association Annual Conference.  We’ll have a post with all the details soon – but we want to let you see some of what’s going on here now!  Here’s a look at day #1  from the Expo floor – ENJOY! Read more…

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Look Out! Here We Come!

This coming Saturday marks the kick-off of the American Dietetic Association’s Food & Nutrition Conference in San Diego and guess what??  There is going to be a Paleo presence!!!  Yep, “Robb’s Angels” (Sorry Charlie…), the paleo dietitian dream team, is heading to the conference.  But, we’re not just going to Read more…

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“I was a vegetarian for most of my life…” – A Life Changing Revelation.

  This is an odd statement to use in this particular situation, but here goes: I was a vegetarian for most of my life, and it actually didn’t completely ruin me. Yep…I started abstaining from meat when I was about four years old, oddly enough, for moral reasons. The rest of my Read more…

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Keep It Fresh…

As the saying goes – “Variety is the spice of life.” If your diet consists of the same protein sources, vegetables and other foods day in and day out you will not only get bored; but may be missing out on important nutrients. Life is too short to eat only Read more…

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Brissia’s Story – How a Paleo Diet Helped Her Fully Live Life and Reduce Fibromyalgia Symptoms

Everyone starts life the moment they come into this world…or so it would seem it should be that way. I was always the sick kid, I knew all my doctors on a first name basis by the time I was 5.  My favorite blanket was one I had taken home Read more…

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Paleo Athletes Uncovered: Olympic Hopeful Ursula Grobler

Can an endurance athlete be successful eating a paleo diet?  I hear this question all of the time and I was actually the one asking it a few years ago.  Does it work?  Yep.  How do I know?  I tried it and actually won a marathon eating paleo.  My experience Read more…

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