Fit To Inspire

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Written by: Cathy Axibal-Cordero Photographs by: Allan Axibal-Cordero Tucked into a corner of Da Vinci Innovation Academy’s campus in Hawthorne, California, is a CrossFit box overflowing with gumption and expertise. It’s outfitted with all the necessities. In front is an expansive blacktop covered in pastel chalk markings that tracked squats and bench presses from the past week. […]

Review: Pure Indian Foods

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Pure Indian Foods has been making organic, grass-fed ghee for over 120 years and it shows. For five generations, the company has been producing their delicious and nutritious ghee fresh in small batches. They only use non-homogenized milk obtained from cows during the spring and fall, when the grass is growing rapidly, giving their products a […]

Introducing the Paleo Autoimmune Bloggers

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By Eileen Laird   More and more people are turning to Paleo to address their autoimmune condition, but the Paleo world is large, and it can be hard to find the blogs that focus on that niche. Today, we’re featuring 6 bloggers you can trust to guide you through the autoimmune protocol. They know the […]

Kettlebell Kitchen (and recipes!)

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By Ashleigh VanHouten   New Yorkers, as a group, don’t like to cook. And why would we, with a wealth of cheap, delicious, and convenient meal options on every block, shoebox-sized kitchens, and the proliferation of time-saving food delivery services like Seamless. Yes, I am making excuses for myself here, but that’s another issue—the one […]

Review: WellFed 2

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Well Fed 2: More Paleo Recipes For People Who Love to Eat By: Erin Van Genderen   There are cookbooks that have a hallowed place in the kitchen, written to inspire awe with special ingredients and immaculate styling. Then there are the cookbooks that, with gravy-stained pages and a threadbare spine, are as reliable to […]

A Paleo Halloween

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This article was originally published in our Sept/Oct 2011 issue. By: Peggy Emch Trick-or-treating is more of a right for kids, and not an option as many of us health conscious parents wish it were. If we accept this, we can guide them towards smarter choices. If we deny them the excitement, they will end […]

AMA Redefines Obesity

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  On Tuesday, June 18, the American Medical Association voted to officially classify obesity as a disease, a move that will forever change the way health and weight are viewed in the medical community. While some are opposed to the idea of classifying obesity as a disease, others are convinced of the positive ramifications. Maybe, […]

Paleo Strength Training: Evaluate Your Exercise Options

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  By: Ken Best   Have you noticed the most successful programs are the ones based on sound principles? The Paleo diet strategy is one of the best because it is underpinned by principles that apply to everyone and are simple to implement and follow. Based on my career experience, successful business models, self-defence programs […]

Most Anticipated Paleo Cookbooks

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On The Waiting List and On The Shelves By Erin Van Genderen As the Paleo movement gains momentum and exposure – recently on the Dr. Oz show – so too does the culinary experimentation from some of the most prominent Paleo bloggers. From simple meals and international dishes, to full gourmet meal plans, these new […]

Why GMO Labeling Is Totally Paleo

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“Is There Fly DNA In My Soup?” – Or, Why the GMO Labeling Bill is Important by Erin R. Van Genderen   The transition from the Standard American Diet to a Paleo lifestyle is often a gradual one, beginning with reeducation about nutrition science, and generally wrapping up with a focus on food quality. When […]