Dear Friends,
Today I made your boot camp donation to The One Fund Boston. 100% of your donations will directly support victims and their families. Thank you!!

LG Boot Camp’s next session begins on May 27th!! Monday is Memorial Day and Boot Camp is FREE.
A great workout before your holiday barbecue!


MAY 27 – JUNE 21 (First day of summer!)

6AM & 9AM, MWF. The Los Gatos Lodge.

Cost: $165 for 4-weeks. Drop in: $15 dollars for every session this summer!

Next week, May 20th – May 27th, is our OFF WEEK. There will be no boot camp, and our fitness challenge will be to “EAT CLEAN” for 5 days.

Healthy Is The New Awesome!

Eating whole, real foods and avoid genetically modified foods or GMOs is eating clean. Eating organic whenever possible to avoid the pesticides and carcinogens in conventionally grown foods is eating clean. Eating lots of vegetables, especially greens is eating clean. Eat local wherever possible, and eat in season. Avoiding any packaged or processed foods is eating clean. Foods that are “enriched” with vitamins are just processed with synthetic forms of vitamins that human bodies don’t recognize. My bet is that you will feel amazing!!

I was sent the following recipe as a suggestion for breakfast, but I made the Alaskan Omelet for dinner. Super high quality foods fuel physical and mental performance.

“Alaskan Omelet” – Compliments of Metabolic Cooking 2.0

Makes 1 Serving


1 egg

4 egg whites

1 tablespoon fat free sour cream (I used plain Greek yogurt instead)

2oz cooked, salmon (smoke salmon works, too)

1 tablespoon fresh basil

1 tablespoon scallion, chopped

Pinch of dried parsley

Pinch of pepper


1. Beat eggs and pour in skillet.
2. When omelet hardens, place salmon on top.
3. Top with sour cream and sprinkle basil, scallion, parsley and pepper.
4. Fold in half and cook until ready.

Nutritional Facts

(Per Serving)

Calories: 259

Protein: 36g

Carbohydrates: 8.5g

Fat: 9g

Salmon is a highly nutritious food. Of course, it is high in protein, and the “good fats.” But did you know that a 4 oz serving of wild salmon provides a full day’s requirement of vitamin D? It is one of the few foods that can make that claim. That same piece of fish contains over half of the necessary B12, niacin, and selenium, and is an excellent source of B6 and magnesium. Canned salmon also contains large amounts of calcium (due to the bones of the fish).

Thank you again!

Much love,


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