Results Of My Vegan Experiment

The results are in… finally! Many of you have written to me, anxious to read these results.  Thanks for your patience.  Let’s get to it… First off, this post focus on my experiences and the results of the experiment.  If you want to know more about why I decided to eat vegan for a month or how I approached the experiment, read My Vegan Experiment. How hard was it to eat...

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My Vegan Experiment Is Finished… Kind Of

My Vegan Experiment Is Finished… Kind Of

Today marks the end of my vegan experiment… kind of.  I’ll be going for blood work later today, and once the results are back I’ll meet with my doctor to chat about the effects of my diet this past month.  It has been an incredibly interesting experiment.  Regardless of what the quantifiable data says when I get my test results, my personal experiences will have lasting...

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My Vegan Experiment

My Vegan Experiment

I consider myself a pretty fit guy.  I’m athletic, my weight is under control and I feel healthy most of the time.  However, I do have a sweet tooth and far too often I’m tempted by quick and easy food options that aren’t good for me.  In the off-season when my triathlon training slows, I inevitably put on weight.  It’s obvious that I’m controlling my weight with...

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Iron Will: Inspired By Matt Long

Iron Will: Inspired By Matt Long

In the winter of 2005, while riding his bike to work on the streets of Manhattan, Matt Long was struck by a bus and critically injured .  He received 68 units of blood in the first
40 hours following the accident and spent 5 months in the hospital.  After his accident, Matt was given only a 1% chance to live.  He then had to learn how to walk again, underwent 40 surgeries and suffered from...

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The Joy Of Pedal Power

The Joy Of Pedal Power

Every time I see an adult on a bicycle, I no longer despair for the future of the human race. ~H.G. Wells I love my bike.  I always have.  For as long as I can remember I’ve delighted at the feeling of rolling along on two wheels.  As a child, my bike represented a source of freedom.  It was an exciting and fun way for me to explore the world.  Not much has changed.  As an adult I still...

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