Since Ashtanga is the “yoga of no,” and that leaves us fewer interesting things to talk about — no late night band reviews, can’t try out the newest happening bar, won’t be running down LA’s best donuts anytime soon — we are left to talk about other things: our restricted diets, our curious Saturday regiments and other unmentionables.
We’ve had quite a bit of interest and emails about our giving up wheat, following Bobbie’s foray into the book “Wheat Belly” and her leading a writing course at UC Irvine with a food theme. (It wasn’t a fun food theme, it was a here’s-all-the-terrible-things-we-eat theme.)
So, for those with ongoing interest in this subject, here’s our diet- and wheat-based posts. We’ll add to it as we add new ones.
- Oct. 12, 2013: This is your brain on wheat
- July 23, 2013: The smoothie gap
- Jan. 29, 2013: Not no coffee, no prana?
- Sept. 21, 2012: A little annoyed
- July 31, 2012: Just don’t do it (eat wheat, but do get Rolfed)
- July 10, 2012: Being able to eat later and still practice
- June 22, 2012: Satisfied by less food
- June 18, 2012: The benefits of coconut water
- June 12, 2012: Spend more on your food
- June 1, 2012: The problem of moderation
- March 30, 2012: Some facts on wheat
- March 29, 2012: The freaky results of the no-wheat diet
- Dec. 19, 2011: A visit to the doctor provides proof of the diet
- Nov. 8, 2011: The evils of soy, too
- Oct. 28, 2011: How is that no-wheat thing going?
- Oct. 19, 2011: Escaping Vegas without eating wheat
- Oct. 7. 2011: Is it wheat that makes you flexible?
- Oct. 5, 2011: Day 2 of going cold turkey on wheat
- Oct. 4, 2011: Farewell to wheat
- Sept. 25, 2011: The stages of a yogi diet
- Sept. 6, 2011: Green smoothies and dumping soy
And, on the benefits of coffee: No coffee, no prana: