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Who says fishing for trout can only be done in the warmer months of the year?  In Colorado, home of The Paleo Diet®, there’s nothing better than a fresh catch at high altitude in the middle of winter! Check out the photo to the right of Kenny Cordain […] Continue Reading ->
Those fortunate to live near an ocean, will most likely be able to buy fresh oysters at local seafood markets. With a little shopping around, most people living inland are able to purchase these delicacies pretty easily as well. Even if the oysters you source are frozen, this […] Continue Reading ->
We were recently saddened to learn that our good friend, Eva Twardokens, was seriously injured in a small plane accident in Northern California.  “Eva T” is a former Olympic skier and incredible athlete who is passionate about The Paleo Diet and well known in the Paleo and Cross […] Continue Reading ->
The Paleo diet offers many benefits, but can it also save you money in retirement? It turns out good health really may be like money in the bank. At age 57, the tide of my health had receded—leaving me high and dry on Obesity Beach. Despite regular workouts […] Continue Reading ->
When it comes to humans, we’re all just victims of our own biochemistry. Our brains are controlled and ruled by chemicals – from what we eat; to how and when we sleep; even to who we choose as a life partner.[1] Biochemistry – or ‘biological chemistry’ – is […] Continue Reading ->
When it comes to humans, we’re all just victims of our own biochemistry. Our brains are controlled and ruled by chemicals – from what we eat; to how and when we sleep; even to who we choose as a life partner.[1] Biochemistry – or ‘biological chemistry’ – is […] Continue Reading ->
What’s for breakfast? This is perhaps the number one question we get at The Paleo Diet® when a person is embarking on the Paleo lifestyle for the first time. For most, making the change from the typical breakfast fare of cereal, bread, pancakes, or granola is challenging and […] Continue Reading ->
Let’s explore two statements that even the most novice athlete, who’s ever been sick, will not find profound in any way: Exercise is productive and results in beneficial training adaptations. Conversely, illness is inflammatory and can interfere with our ability to train. What is profound is what’s hidden […] Continue Reading ->
While the Paleo diet often goes hand in hand with the slow-food movement, sometimes dinner simply needs to be fast and simple, while still packing a nutrient-dense punch. For times like these, we bring you a recipe that has few ingredients and is easy to customize. It even […] Continue Reading ->

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