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Here’s an interesting article about how Coca Cola now admits its and the soda industry’s big problem. More and more people now realize that you get fat from drinking soda – and fewer people drink it. Businessweek: Coke Confronts Its Big Fat Problem This despite the fact that […] Continue Reading ->
  The following is a guest post by a fellow health blogger – Kate – who had an infertility problem then fell in love with leptin. ———— I used to have a bit of a body fat phobia. Although at 13% body fat, I didn’t really have […] Continue Reading ->
National Farmer’s Market week celebrates two distinct and important aspects of this way of eating: locally-sourced foods and seasonally appropriate. And to that end, here are a few great, nutrient-dense seasonal foods you may find at your local market to include in your Paleo menu. Many of […] Continue Reading ->
  And we’re back with a more recent blast from the past with another “Best Of” episode, Episode 200 with guest Dr. David Perlmutter (author of Grain Brain). This was one of our most popular episodes of all time. Download Episode Here Download a transcript of this […] Continue Reading ->
Here is a little secret for eating a paleo lunch: sandwiches. What? Sandwiches are so easy– just order one without bread. Usually, restaurants will increase the amount of filling if you order without the bun. I’m not sure if that’s a policy or just a subconscious inclination […] Continue Reading ->
Learn how to eat for good health by following the diet of our Paleolithic ancestors and eating the foods we were genetically designed to eat. Based on the breakthrough diet book that has sold more than 200,000 copies to date. Includes 150 simple, all-new recipes for delicious […] Continue Reading ->
61 Flares 61 Flares × Sarah hasn’t written a book here, she’s written an encyclopedia. This is a massive book, 432 pages, full color and fully indexed. Fabulous The Paleo Approach details in enormous, um, detail her recommended approach using mostly diet to stem the symptoms of […] Continue Reading ->
I’ll tell you what: Getting 10,000 steps every day is really fun in Vermont! It’s exciting to be in a new environment, and the possibilities for leisurely strolls and vigorous hikes in our new home are mind-boggling. So far, it looks like the Northern Rail Trail, starting […] Continue Reading ->
I have been following the autoimmune paleo diet since March of this year as part of my functional medicine approach to healing leaky gut (1st two links). I followed it strictly for about 60 days and I’ve been slowly but surely reintroducing foods now and I am currently […] Continue Reading ->

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