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


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


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 Radio Eps 43: Leslie Klenke, the author of Paleo Girl, and Liz Wolfe with Real Food Radio Bites


Being a kid is great.  You hop out of bed first thing in the morning, slam a bowl of sugary cereal, and you’re off to take on the world. You get to take naps at school, you can play all day with your friends, and you’re put to bed early so you’re always ready and […]

Paleo Magazine Radio Eps 42: Ryan Hurst, Getting a Gymnast’s Gold Medal Body, and Why “Variety” is Overrated

Gold Medal Bodies

For us mere mortals, watching a gymnast is an exercise in wonder. The feats are incredible; the strength, control, flexibility and balance almost inhuman. While watching them flip and tumble and twist, we secretly wish we could be so free. We secretly wish we had their biceps and six-packs too. But they must be genetic […]

Paleo Magazine Radio Eps 41: Steve Rinella, host of “Meat Eater”

Steve Rinella

What did you think about the last time you walked into a grocery store?  Oh, buy one get one free?  What am I going to have for dinner tonight?  Is there gluten in this?  Is it Paleo?  At any point did you ever consider what your food really is?  The fact that it isn’t self-evident […]

Paleo Magazine Radio Eps 40: A Fat Chance & the Power of No


This episode of PMR is about a fat chance – literally. Our guests, Sami and Meredith, are planning on rowing over 2,000 miles from San Francisco to Hawaii, powered by nothing but fat. We’re going to be talking about preparing for this endeavor as well as the types of things that motivate somebody to take […]

Paleo Magazine Radio Eps 39: The Paleo Foodie


In this episode of Paleo Magazine Radio, we speak with Arsy Vartanian. Arsy is the author of The Paleo Foodie and blogs at Rubies & Radishes. Arsy’s new book beautifully demonstrates how taste, flavor and presentation are absolutely possible when adhering to a Paleo diet. We talk to Arsy about her own Paleo journey and […]

Paleo Magazine Radio Eps 38: Resistant Starch, Take Two


In this episode of Paleo Magazine Radio, we speak with Norm Robillard. Norm is the director of the Digestive Health Institute and author of the Fast Tract Digestion series of books. We’ll explore some of the potential negative effects of resistant starch consumption, giving a balanced perspective to the resistant starch debate. In the second […]

Episode 37: Resistant Starch and Having Fun with Fitness


In this two-part special episode of Paleo Magazine Radio, we’re going to be addressing the subject of resistant starch with Richard Nikoley and Tim Steele. The idea that starch is a beneficial component of our ancestral-focused diet is not new – it’s a concept popularized by Paul Jaminet in his book, The Perfect Health Diet. […]

Episode 36: Liz Wolfe, Real Food, Why You Should “Eat the Yolks”, and Paleo Boot Camp Week 4


In this episode we’re talking with the amazing Liz Wolfe, author of Eat the Yolks. Liz is a firebrand in the Paleo community, and she’s really an awesome person. Plus, she’s got some really cute goats, which is pretty cool. We’re going to talking to Liz about her book and about how she got into this whole […]