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 […]

Kombucha: What It Is, What It Does, and Why We Love It

From Digestive Health with REAL Food, by Aglaée Jacob, MS, RD.
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By: Erin Van Genderen   Very similar to a first-timer’s sip of black coffee – or red wine, for that matter – the initial taste of kombucha is bracing: all that sour fizz, the hint of vinegar, the little SCOBY swimming in the bottom of the bottle. It doesn’t take long, though, to start craving […]

Paleo Magazine Radio Eps 46: Getting Over Ab-session with Clark Danger and Paleo Grilling Part2

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In this episode of Paleo Magazine Radio, Tony has the pleasure of speaking with Clark Danger, host of the PaleoHacks Podcast. Clark is a super-cool guy, he’s an evolved male, if you will, and he’s sharing his own experience with ab-session and how he overcame it to become, ultimately, more healthy and well-rounded as a human […]

Review of The Hawaii Diet + What The Ancient Hawaiians Can Offer Paleo

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By: Erin Van Genderen   Ancient Hawaiians were once one of the most powerful communities in the Pacific. Relatively isolated from foreign intervention, the early inhabitants of the islands enjoyed robust health and were in peak physical condition – it was a requirement of the rugged land and the rough seas, a side effect of […]

Paleo Magazine Radio Eps 45: Kyle Maynard, No Excuses, and Paleo Grilling Pt 1 The History of Meat and Fire

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How many times have you thought about doing something—something difficult; something challenging; something thrilling; perhaps a thing that you’ve wanted to do your whole life—but as quickly as that thought emerged, an excuse popped in as well. Every day we make excuses. I don’t have enough time. I don’t have enough energy. I’m not in […]

Paleo Magazine Radio Eps 44: Hilary Bromberg, going off the grid, and Barefoot Provisions

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Have you ever wanted to just walk away from everything? The appeal of going back to the land, getting off the grid, and growing your own food can be strong, especially in these troubled times. We are constantly bombarded with useless information. Our food is, for the most part, crap, and our artificial surroundings lack […]

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 […]

Episode 29: The Benefits of Entomophagy

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In this episode of Paleo Magazine Radio, we’re talking about eating insects. Creepy, crawling, squirmy, delicious—most of us are horrified at the prospect of eating bugs.  But should we be?  Bugs are a sustainable source of high-quality protein, and they’ve been part of the human diet since day one.  Maybe they should be a part of […]

Episode 28: The Paleo Manifesto

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In this episode of PMR, host Tony Federico talks with John Durant about his book, The Paleo Manifesto. The Paleo movement has at various times been dismissed as an eccentric fad, bashed as dangerous, misleading or embraced with religious zealotry. But what is Paleo really? To answer this question we must first understand who we […]

Paleo “Girl Scout” Cookies

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By now, you’ve all seen them, those cute little girls standing outside just about every local business in their adorable uniforms, selling their boxes of cookies – yes, it’s Girl Scout Cookie time! For anyone who has sworn off those gluten and sugar filled “treats”, this time of year can be rough. Let’s be honest, […]