Christopher Williams (a.k.a. Squatchy) works as part of the Robb Wolf team, is a paleo aficionado, educator, personal trainer, wellness coach, and hobbyist chef.

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Are you on Team Sympathetic or Team Parasympathetic?

Guest post written by: Mike Ritter  ______________________ Check out part 1 if you haven’t seen it yet.   “The opposite of love isn’t hate. The opposite of love is indifference.”- Steven Pressfield   Creating allostatic balance in our lives requires an understanding of stress itself and its various forms. There Read more…

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The Paleo Solution Podcast

Episode 255 – Mark Sisson

  Download Episode Here   Featuring guest: Mark Sisson http://www.marksdailyapple.com/ http://www.primalblueprint.com/product/Primal_Blueprint_Expert_Certification/Education         30 Day Guide to the Paleo Diet Want some extra help? Have you been trying Paleo for a while but have questions or aren’t sure what the right exercise program is for you? Or maybe Read more…

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Testimonial: Paleo helped reverse vitiligo

Testimonial written by: Victoria Rombola   My story is that I have a 7 year old son that was diagnosed with vitiligo 12 months ago. He lost a lot of colour very quickly around one eye and had a large patch on his neck. As with any autoimmune disease, and Read more…

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Nine “BLOW YOUR SKIRT UP” reasons to go to Paleo f(x) 2015

Nine “BLOW YOUR SKIRT UP” reasons to go to Paleo f(x) 2015   Ladies and gents, it’s time to make plans and get your party on! Paleo f(x) 2015 is fast approaching, and if you haven’t heard about it or reserved your tickets yet, don’t wait! This event is for Read more…

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Winning The Olimbic Games: Why you need to understand allostatic balance

Guest post written by: Mike Ritter  ______________________   “Allostasis is the process of achieving stability, or homeostasis, through physiological or behavioral change. This can be carried out by means of alteration in hormones, the autonomic nervous system, cytokines, or a number of other systems, and is generally adaptive in the short term. Allostasis is essential Read more…

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