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Can we improve upon the standard Paleo diet for diabetes? Over the past few decades, diabetes has reached epidemic proportions, skyrocketing from 108 million people worldwide in 1980 to over 422 million people today (according to the most recent World Health Organization data)! That includes 29 million people […] Continue Reading ->
My annual Holiday Giveaway is perennially one of my favorite calendar items. Not only do I get to highlight some of my favorite companies and say thank you to my amazing fans, but I get to help some very lucky winners kick off 2018 in style! It was an […] Continue Reading ->
In this episode, Sarah talks about her decision to proceed with a tonsillectomy for her daughter. Click here to listen in iTunes or download and listen by clicking the PodBean Player below If you enjoy the show, please review it in iTunes! The Paleo View (TPV), Episode 279: […] Continue Reading ->
Many of us have learned the hard way that there’s really no secret shortcut for weight loss. Eating a nutrient-dense diet, staying physically active, and practicing portion control are the time-tested (though not particularly glamorous!) ways of achieving and maintaining a healthy body weight.  I’ve written extensively about […] Continue Reading ->
In this episode, Diana Rodgers comes on to talk about Kale Vs. Cow, her film project. Click here to listen in iTunes or download and listen by clicking the PodBean Player below If you enjoy the show, please review it in iTunes! The Paleo View (TPV), Episode 278: […] Continue Reading ->
Okay, let’s admit it: there’s something super appealing about health products that let us just sit there (or stand there!) and work their magic without needing us to do much. Unfortunately, we can’t outsmart biology, and many “miracle” products are based on hype and shaky science (if there’s […] Continue Reading ->
In my experience, Latin American cuisine is pretty easy to make Paleo. Grain-free starches like plantain and cassava, bright and colorful vegetables, and a focus on whole cuts of meat mean adaptations don’t actually need much adapting. Plus, Latin American cuisine tends to use lots of colorful vegetables. […] Continue Reading ->
In this episode, Stacy and Sarah talk about epigenetics and how gene expression can be affected by different lifestyle stresses and factors. Click here to listen in iTunes or download and listen by clicking the PodBean Player below If you enjoy the show, please review it in iTunes! […] Continue Reading ->
With the approach of the New Year, I know many of my readers will be taking stock of their health and considering how it might improve in 2018. For many of you, that might mean dedicating to the Autoimmune Protocol, or AIP.  And these AIP programs are here […] Continue Reading ->

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