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Meals for the Week meets the Road Forager

If you don’t already know, Julie, Scott and I went on a 17 day book tour that had us city hopping from Charleston to San Francisco and all parts in between. It was an amazing trip with tons of inspirational moments, fun and truly awesome experiences. Our 10-month-old Paleo baby, Read more…

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Farm To Gym Movement Article

Hey all (or I guess that should be “y’all” coming from me ). I’m assuming you guys remember the Farm to Gym Challenge contest we just recently held, right? The one where the winner received a whole grass-fed cow!? Well we wanted to let you know about a great article Read more…

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Bacon Sweet Potato Muffins Recipe – From A Paleo Restaurant!

Hey folks. I wanted to let you guys know about a paleo restaurant called Blooming Beets opening in Boulder, CO in April 2014.  It’s being launched by Iva (the girl behind PaleoFlip). It’s great to see actual paleo restaurants popping up! Can you imagine having 100% paleo restaurant options? Being Read more…

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Carbohydrate Intake Amongst The Sexes

Written by: Kevin Cann             We all know men and women are made just a tad differently.  One of the biggest differences being that females go through a 28 day menstrual cycle.  Throughout this 28 day cycle the balance of hormones shifts.  Can this balance shift affect what macronutrients women Read more…

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Down 65lbs With Paleo!

What is the Paleo question? I didn’t know the Paleo question when I started this journey with my wife, Sylvie. Here is what I did know: I felt slow and sluggish. I got winded easily. My joints hurt. The vision in my right eye was getting worse. I was on Read more…

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A Few Good Snacks…

So last week was Halloween and let’s face it – some of the ‘treats’ that may have found (or are still finding) their way into your mouth are downright scary.  Did you know that there are 25 ingredients in Plain M&M’s, 19 in a Snickers bar and 28 in an Read more…

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The Impact of Nutrition on Autoimmune Disease – Part 3

Written by: Matt Baran-Mickle Be sure to check out Part 1 and Part 2 Metabolism and Immunity The obesity epidemic is widely recognized, and while the precise causes are not entirely clear, the presence of excessive nutrient intake and subsequent systemic metabolic dysfunction is not controversial. Obesity is frequently accompanied Read more…

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Diagnosed With MS – Now Stronger And Healthier Than Ever!

Testimonial written by Becky Chadwell: I can’t begin to say enough thanks to the paleo world out there. In November of 2012, after a heavy workout, my pinky and ring finger on each hand started tingling. I thought to myself, “Great, turn 32 and I’m falling apart from lifting 60 Read more…

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The Impact of Nutrition on Autoimmune Disease – Part 2

Written by: Matt Baran-Mickle If you haven’t already, be sure to check out Part 1. The Intestinal Barrier: Where the Rubber Meets the Road The mucosal immune system[1] is the largest interface between our internal and external environments – the small intestine alone has an approximate surface area of 400 Read more…

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I’m Not Going Back. Ever.

Testimonial written by: Jean I would just like to take a moment to mention that Robb Wolf’s book changed my life. It was in 2012, between Christmas and New Year. I was a college student in software programming who had recently gone from 145 lbs to 175 lbs in an Read more…

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