Three Anti-Aging Effects of the Paleo Diet Lifestyle

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by Tony Federico, B.S., ACSM Health & Fitness Specialist   Many people are attracted to the Paleo diet and lifestyle because of it’s reputation as both a means to lose weight and to improve overall health. But what if I told you that going Paleo might actually make you younger as well? To be clear, […]

Paleo Mother’s Day Gift Guide

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By Erin Van Genderen   Mother’s Day presents an opportunity to celebrate those who gave us life. Our mothers – and grandmothers, stepmothers, adoptive mothers, or mother-figures – nourished our bodies long before we could make choices of our own, and they guided us through the journey of discovery and growth that is childhood and […]

Resistant Starch: The Good, the Bad, and the Bacteria

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By Tony Federico   Starch, forbidden blood sugar spiker for some, “Perfect Health” food for others, but what if there was more to starch than meets the eye, or should I say gut? Resistant starch (“RS”) is currently a hot topic in the Ancestral Health community because of its impact on gut bacteria and the […]

Sasquatch Lives!

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An interview with Chris “Squatchy” Williams By: Casey Thaler   (Casey) Have to ask, where does the name “Squatchy” originate? (Chris) It’s actually an old nickname one of my friends gave me back in high school. I’m a fairly hairy dude, and had more facial/body hair than my friends (and at a younger age). We used […]

Metabolic Efficiency Overhaul

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By Josh Mathe MS, CISSN, PES   Chances are that by now you’ve heard the metabolic efficiency rumblings. But what exactly is it? And is it as magical as it sounds? As a sports nutritionist I’ve seen the research and many anecdotal accounts, but I decided it would be interesting to conduct my own metabolic efficiency experiment using […]

Paleo Easter & Passover Recipe Roundup

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by Erin Van Genderen The week of Passover and Easter weekend provide perfect opportunities to gather with friends and family. Whether to celebrate the awakening of spring or a religious holiday, uniting around a table full of good food is an occasion in itself. Use our recipe roundup to plan your Easter brunch – made […]

Paleo Magazine and Costco

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We are excited to announce that, beginning with our Apr/May 2014 issue, you’ll be able to find Paleo Magazine in a select number of Costco Wholesale locations throughout the US! However, if Paleo Magazine is going to stay in Costco, and be on the shelves in a larger number of their stores, it’s extremely important […]

The Evolution of Cultured Caveman

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From Food Carts to Restaurant Dreams By: Erin Van Genderen     For Joe Ban and Heather Hunter, their work is a culmination of their passions. They opened the first 100% Paleo-friendly food cart on the west coast in 2012 and called it the Cultured Caveman, and soon after opened two more carts around Portland, […]

Eating Bugs

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Originally published in Paleo Magazine Dec/Jan 2013 Issue By: Joseph Moore   You’re done living the civilized life. You are a caveman’s caveman. You scoff at bread. You eat only pasture-raised, grass-finished meat. You drink your bone broth while doing your workout in bare feet and you love it. People thought you were crazy at […]

Gluten-Free Sugar Addict

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By: Jennifer Fugo Increasing public awareness around the negative effects of consuming gluten has given rise to a billion dollar industry. Whether a result of our own education, or simply good marketing, in our quest to be healthier, Americans are buying billions of dollars of food labeled gluten-free each year. (1)  Unfortunately, the assumption that […]