Review: Eat Drink Paleo Cookbook

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The cover of “Eat Drink Paleo Cookbook” contains every color in the rainbow—with the vibrant crimson of beets and the electric yellow-green flesh of an avocado, the photo exudes happiness. This vivid bounty certainly suggests healthful eating, but it is the inclusion of playfulness that makes this cookbook more than just another collection of recipes. […]

Review: Organic Caveman

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As a continuation of the successful Primal Power Method, “Organic Caveman: How to Make Natural and Sustainable Food Choices for Weight Loss and Health” by Gary Collins shifts the focus away from the specifics of what to eat and instead highlights food quality as the key to health. Collins is the author of several books, […]

Review: CV Skinlabs

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CV Skinlabs wants to “change the way we look at skin—as a doorway to what’s inside us.” Founded by Britta Aragon—a former makeup artist, skincare therapist, caregiver and cancer survivor turned author and entrepreneur—CV Skinlabs’ products are rigorously tested by dermatologists, toxicologists and holistic skincare chemists to ensure each lotion and balm they make is […]

Paleo Magazine Radio Eps 52: Evolutionary Psychology with Geoffrey Miller Ph.D. and Eggs with Liz Wolfe

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Walking through a typical grocery store, imagine the types of things that you see—colorful boxes, packages, marketing slogans, models—all these images, all these messages, what do they actually do to us? According to Geoffrey Miller, an evolutionary psychologist and expert on how we make food and purchasing choices, he would say that this is a […]

Paleo Magazine Radio Eps 51: Roger Dickerman and the Relentless Transformation, plus Pressure Cookers with The Domestic Man

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Transformation: the process of turning something into something else. In fitness, this often means changing our bodies; changing our mental outlook; changing our actions, what we do and how we live. To truly transform, however, we have to take on all aspects of our lives from top to bottom. We need a total transformation, and […]

Paleo Pregnancy: 5 Ways to a Better Birth and a Healthier Baby

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From the Oct/Nov 2014 print issue of Paleo Magazine By: Kristi Beguin   Women who are pregnant, or who are considering pregnancy, face an incredible number of choices. Doctor or midwife? Where to give birth—hospital, home or birth center? Who should be there? What foods are best? What are the best kinds of exercise? What […]

Paleo Magazine Radio Eps 50: Getting Clear on Ketones with Jimmy Moore and overcoming setbacks with Adam Farrah

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Since Dr.  Atkins and his low-carb revolution, millions of people have tried low-carb dieting. However, questions still persist. What the heck are ketones? Is it good for me to be in ketosis? Do I need to count calories while I’m on a low carbohydrate diet? Helping to shed some light on these questions is Jimmy […]

Interview with Ann Gibbons

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By Tony Federico     The following is an excerpt from “The Evolution of Diet,” National Geographic Magazine, September 2014 http://www.nationalgeographic.com/foodfeatures/evolution-of-diet/   “The real Paleolithic diet, though, wasn’t all meat and marrow. It’s true that hunter-gatherers around the world crave meat more than any other food and usually get around 30 percent of their annual […]

Review of Paleo Grilling: A Modern Caveman’s Guide to Cooking With Fire by Tony Federico

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By Erin Van Genderen   Paleo Grilling arrives on the scene just in time for a summer full of outdoor cooking and eating. What could be more primal than connecting with friends and family around the communal campfire than sharing a meal cooked on that same flickering blaze? This “modern caveman’s guide to cooking with […]

Paleo Magazine Radio Eps 49: Managing Autism Spectrum by Going Gluten Free and Casein Free plus all about vitamin D with Liz Wolfe

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Jennifer Weise first noticed that something was different about her oldest son when his younger brother started to pass him by.  She recalls that he had difficulty making eye contact, and there was an unwillingness to play with other kids. When he did play, it was also a bit odd. Instead of driving his toy […]