About Rosalie


The Short Version

20 years old.

Senior at Duke University.

Studying psychology and neuroscience.

Summer intern at a small biotechnology company.

Loves simple whole foods, the color orange, and words with the perfect shade of meaning.

Dis-loves rain, wearing long pants, and being without reading material

The Long Version

I’ve thought about getting a blog for years (okay, maybe not plural. A year). I spend a lot of time working out, thinking about it, or reading about it in the news, other blogs, or research journals. I don’t talk about it much in real life because I don’t want to bore people, so I am starting a blog for an e-outlet for rambling. I love spinning, biking, running (though that hasn’t happened in the past 4 weeks because of “shin splints”), lifting, walking, and any activity/moving around.

I also love tasty, simple foods as well and intend to talk about how and what I’m eating. I abide by a Michael-Pollan-esque diet: omnivorous, mostly whole foods, minimal processed foods. Although I don’t track what I eat, my diet is usually around the zone recommendations: 40% carb, 30% fat, 30% protein. I am the least picky eater I know, and I will try anything at least a couple of times. Regrettably, I use splenda quite liberally and am a self-proclaimed orbit spearmint gum addict; these are admittably hypocritical habits, but ones acquired from 5 years of a disordered relationship with eating. I consider myself fully recovered, though like almost everyone, I have moments of self-doubt and body insecurity.

Besides writing about fitness and nutrition, I also intend to muse on issues such as fat discrimination, the media, society-wide body image problems, the intersection of exercise/diet/weight with gender, eating disorders, poorly-conducted scientific research, and whatever else piques my interest!

Thanks for browsing. Leave me a comment somewhere! Delurking is cool :)


One response

9 07 2009

Hi Rosalie,

Just discovered your blog thru Dr. Eades’ Protein Power site. I like your writing style and your “…words with the perfect shade of meaning”. Nice! I look forward to reading more.


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