Beginning July 7th and continuing for the next three weeks through the 29th, 20 to 22 teams of 9 male bicyclists will be peddling their way through France and nearby countries. Traditionally in July, the Tour de France bicycling race was first held in 1903 to increase sales of the French newspaper, L’ Auto—the race is currently ran by the Amaury Sport Organisation. With the exception of the events interruption during two World Wars, the race has been carried on annually since its inception.
Summer is here! June 21st brought in the official first day of summer, and with it the challenges of having fun in the sun while maintaining health goals. Oftentimes the routine of school and work schedules can help us stay on track nutritionally—being prepared—even when the ‘lazy’ days of summer have arrived—can help you and your family avoid a nutritional free-for-all that will diminish the quality of your summer fun, and also make it difficult to get back on track when summer ends.
Since 2008 federal agencies along with the recreation industry have been teaming up to promote a day dedicated to create opportunities for people to experience traditional and non-traditional outdoor activities, like hiking, canoeing, and geocaching.
All Wild Zora beef bars are made with 100% grass-fed, grass-finished beef. We are now working on bringing the grass-fed goodness to the Paleo Meals To Go. Because the only freeze-dried beef available in the U.S. is conventionally raised, we decided to buy a freeze drier and make our own. Soon, the Paleo Meals To Go will be the only freeze-dried meals on the market using 100% grass-fed beef.