The Stark Blog
Three-hundred-sixty degrees is a metaphor for complete. Here you’ll find information on how to optimize your performance, train for exceptional results, nutrition, client stories with whom you’ll be able to relate, as well as concepts specifically related to fat loss and weight loss.
Paleo Waldorf Salad Lettuce Wraps
This dairy-free recipe is a nutritious version for Waldorf salad using using using bib, iceberg, or romaine lettuce as the wrap for a snack. You can also use this recipe for lunch or dinner by throwing it onto some spinach, kale, or arugula. You can put it on a rice cracker, or GF toast. It is really yummy full of protein that is low in fat and low in carbohydrates. It is cool, crisp and refreshing on a hot day which makes it perfect for a summertime snack or meal. You can use your leftover roasted chicken or make your chicken from scratch without much more effort.
Basic Liver Function – Gross Effects of Toxins and the Effect on Your Metabolism
a healthy liver is worth the hefty price tag with all of the life sustaining processes it performs every single day. Like a multidisciplinary organization, the liver has numerous functions in a number of diverse activities across the body.
How To Split Squat
One of the most effective single-leg exercises for the lower body is the split squat. The split squat is similar to...
Paleo BBQ Sauce
Summer is coming and the cover is off the grill. You will need a BBQ sauce that takes only minutes to prepare, paleo friendly and delicious. This is great on chicken, beef, pulled pork. Serve it to your kids with their chicken tenders. No added sugars and a little heat.
Gluten Free Seed Cracker
This is the best cracker recipe that is GF that I have tried. It is simple and delicious. If you are entertaining make two batches they will go quick. Try them with the Chia Seed Jam recipe I have posted. So yummy!!!
Debunking Testosterone Replacement Therapy
If you want to shed fat and gain muscle, having your hormones optimized is an important, but non-crucial tactic. But as a mono-treatment, it's not very effective. Or at least that's what we see at Stark. The most powerful tools to achieve your health and fitness goals remain the complex, drawn-out solutions: exercise, nutrition and lifestyle. And in my opinion, Testosterone Replacement is too big of a commitment for the hope of an aesthetic change, alone. Here are a couple of before and after pics.
“I am thy creature: I ought to be thy Adam; but I am rather the fallen angel, whom thou drivest from...