Paleo magazine is proud to partner with some of the top writers, bloggers and other experts in the paleo, primal, fitness and nutrition fields.  Here are some of the amazing contributors you’ll find in each issue.


David Csonka, a blogger and natural health enthusiast, runs the popular blog, Naturally Engineered. David began his evolutionary health & fitness journey several years ago when he was introduced to CrossFit and the Paleo diet and it has radically transformed his life. He now dedicates himself full-time to his blog and doing what he can to empower others to restore their lives to a vibrant and healthy state.

Darryl Edwards is the founder of Fitness Explorer Training, based in London, UK and runs the blog, The Fitness Explorer.  After almost two decades working in investment banking as a computer scientist, Darryl became passionate about helping others after watching his own health transform once he adopted a primal/ancestral approach to health & fitness.  He decided that instead of solving computer algorithms, he should help to tackle some of the problems that beset many individuals wanting to adopt and maintain a healthy lifestyle.  He now devotes his career to helping others improve their ability to perform every day based on all aspects of life’s demands through the power of working hard and playing harder.  An approach he defines as PRIMALity
Darryl is certified as a REPS Level 4 Personal Trainer and he holds various certifications in GymJones, MovNat, CrossFit and others.  He has also been featured in the July 2012 edition of Men’s Fitness magazine UK.

Peggy Emch began studying Paleo nutrition and fitness in 2005.  After watching her own health transform, she brought the principles into her home.  Two primal pregnancies later, she is now raising two strong and healthy girls Primally.  In addition to being a primal parent, Peggy is also a writer.  Her book, Primal Moms Look Good Naked, is the first primal pregnancy book of its kind and will be available early 2013.  You can find more of her articles and insight on the popular blog,

Frank Forencich is an internationally recognized leader in health education and performance training.  He earned his B.A. at Stanford University in human biology and neuroscience and has over 30 years teaching experience in martial art, functional movement and health promotion.  Frank has traveled to Africa on several occasions to study human origins and is the author of Play as if Your Life Depends on It, Exuberant Animal and Change Your Body, Change the World.

Sarah Fragoso runs the extremely popular recipe and advice blog, and is the author of the book, Everyday Paleo, a guide for families and individuals interested in implementing and maintaining a Paleo lifestyle.  She is also a strength and conditioning coach for NorCal Strength and Conditioning and uses her expertise in the field of Paleo nutrition to help people around the globe obtain true health and wellness.

Jason Glaspey is co-owner of, a site aimed at making Paleo a bit easier to follow.  He’s an avid cyclist, downhill mountain biker and snowboarder.  When not in front of a computer, Jason is most likely planning his next trip to Whistler.

Lisa Herndon is the founder of Lisa’s Counter Culture, is passionate about “real food” and loves being able to share her recipes and techniques for creating nourishing and traditional food.  She is especially interested and skilled in fermentation and can go on for hours on all the crazy and fun things you can do with ferments while supporting your health and wellness.

Jason Kremer, DC, CCSP, CSCS is a board-certified Chiropractic sports and family physician with a focus on Sports Medicine.  He received his Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science from Central Michigan University, his Doctorate in Chiropractic from Western State Chiropractic College in Portland, OR and in 2005 received his certification as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist.  In addition to CrossFit, he is a competitive natural bodybuilder.

Amy Kubal, MS, RD, LN is a Registered Dietitian and committed athlete.  Her goal is simple, to help individuals reach optimal performance through good nutrition.  In addition to maintaining her blog, FuelAsRX, she also works with The Whole9, Robb Wolf and The Training Bible Coaching.

Karen Phelps finds inspiration in all the ways ancestral nutrition and movement inform her life, in both obvious and subtle ways.  After watching her own health and well-being transform, she couldn’t keep it to herself and started blogging about it at

Liz Wolfe is a Certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner who advises individuals and non-profits on good nutrition. She’s an ambassador to Steve’s Club National Program and co-hosts the top-rated Balanced Bites Podcast. She can be found at or at her personal blog,

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