Four rounds, each for time of:
800 meter run

Rest as needed between efforts.

Post times for each round to comments.

Cherie's famous 100% paleo/zone, super-duper easy, no excuses chili.


2.5 Pounds uncooked ground lean turkey meat

78 Black olives sliced or diced

5.5 Cups of salsa (I buy the four pounder of Pace at Cosco)

1 Onion diced

Chili powder and pepper to taste. 

Cook the ground turkey and onions in a pan until brown.  Drain the "juices".  Add the salsa and olives.  Let cook on medium for 5 minutes or until hot.  Add chili powder and pepper to taste, I sprinkle in on the top, stir and sprinkle again.  Seriously this takes all of 15 minutes, it's awesomeness.

Makes 26 Blocks of Protein, 13 Blocks of carbs and 26 Blocks of fat.  Put in the fridge and have ready for those meal you need in a snap.

1 Cup = 2 Protien, 1 Carb and 2 Fat.  For a three block meal have 1.5 cups and add 1.5 carbs (maybe some delicious fruit berries).  For a four block meal have 2 cups and add 2 carbs.  This is great over broccoli. We go crazy on the steamer bag veggies at King Soopers (they are on sale right now).  Microwave a bag and toss the chili on. Yum Yum.  


  1. Ward :

    Can’t believe I’m saying this…but, I wish I COULD run. bummer. Cherie, this chili sounds really good. Thanks! I just made some spicy pumpkin Paleo soup (great for a cold).
    Time: 20 minutes
    *1 jalapeno, chopped
    *1 Tbsp olive oil
    *4 C chicken broth
    *1 can (15oz)canned pumpkin
    *2 Tbsp lime juice
    *2 Tbsp chopped cilantro
    *1 Tbsp unsweetened applesauce
    Saute the jalapeno in olive oil for one minute. Stir in the broth and pumpkin, then bring to a boil. Reduce heat, add lime juice and cilantro. Simmer for 5 minutes. Stir in applesauce before serving.
    Zone blocks: 3 servings at 2.3 blocks carb, 3 blocks fat.
    Seriously, good for a cold. Has a little kick to it. Light soup, not heavy pumpkin cream soup.
    Fish oil is on sale at sunflower.

  2. Matt :

    BTW, our 800m is closer to 760m… FYI.
    Fastest 2:21, slowest 2:46

  3. Hey, just a fellow CF affiliate owner browzing through. thanks for the Chili recipe. i look forward to trying it. would it be ok if i posted it on my site for my clients? thanks.

  4. CC :

    Hi Rochelle – Feel free to post the Chili. We always feel honered when other affiliates use our posts. All we ask is that you credit our site.
    Thanks a ton and be strong,
    Cherie Chan

  5. Amanda K. :

    just made this chili today. mmmm! it’s so good and quick to make. om nom nom.

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