Thu, 10 January 2013
HN 001: The Story of Rumble: How Cystic Fibrosis was the Impetus for Canada's First “Nourishing Drink”
Paul Underhill has Cystic fibrosis. Cystic fibrosis is most common fatal genetic disease affecting Canadian children and young adults.
For most of his life Paul was able to manage his condition. Six years ago however, Paul got very sick - to the point he was forced to leave his job.
Paul's appetite decreased significantly. To get the nourishment he needed for his body to battle the illness, Paul turned to his blender.
His kitchen turned into a lab where concoctions of organic fruits and vegetables were created.
This is a story about Paul and a tasty, sustaining drink, powered by natural goodness ... called Rumble.
Mon, 3 December 2012
Fat loss and nutrition is a huge topic and truthfully, a topic I have largely avoided on this blog - until now.
Today however, I have decided to tackle this subject for the first time with the help of Sean Croxton from Underground Wellness.
Fri, 26 October 2012
Let me introduce you to a man who has run more than 300 marathons in over 100 countries and every state in the United States (twice).
He plans to run a marathon in every country in the world that offers one (there are about 120).
His name is John “Maddog” Wallace.
John has been running for more than 30 years.
A former smoker that could only run a mile when he started running (and puked after!) has embarked on a journey that has taken him around the world … in his running shoes.