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Brissia’s Story – How a Paleo Diet Helped Her Fully Live Life and Reduce Fibromyalgia Symptoms

Everyone starts life the moment they come into this world…or so it would seem it should be that way. I was always the sick kid, I knew all my doctors on a first name basis by the time I was 5.  My favorite blanket was one I had taken home Read more…

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Cost Effective Shopping at WholeFoods Market

Robb’s Note: This is a guest post/interview by our friend Julie Mayfield, Co-author of the best Damn Paleo cookbook ever, Paleo Comfort Foods.  PCF’s will be released soon. Order a copy for yourself, and anyone you know who loves food.  One of the most amazing surprises at the Ancestral Health Symposium Read more…

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Paleo Solution: As College TextBook!

The following post is by professor Risa Stein of Rockhurst University. For over 25 years I have counseled others in weight loss, researched weight loss interventions, and taught college students about obesity and weight loss strategies.  For about 23 of those years I practiced and taught what I was taught Read more…

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“You really helped kick us off with this new way of life!!!”

  This is just one example of what working with a Paleo Dietitian can do for you!  Kristyn and George tell their story and say thanks! Hi Amy, I hope that you are well.  I wanted to just check in with you because it’s been a while since I last spoke to you.  I Read more…

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Coco-What??

  Oh food industry, you’ve done it again. Turning something that should be simple into a science experiment and causing mass confusion amongst the general public. What started as a delicious concoction in a can is now showing up in the milk aisle, next to peanut and almond butters, amongst Read more…

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Of Mice and Morons

I’ve received a number of questions about this recent paper, the official title being “Pathway to diabetes through attenuation of pancreatic beta cell glycosylation and glucose transport” but the popular media title usually running something like: “High fat diet causes diabetes.” The only thing I’ve seen popularized more in the media, Read more…

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Big ‘Fat’ Blog Post 3

Well folks this is it.  The time has come for the third and final installment of the Big ‘Fat’ Blog Post series. If you haven’t seen them, check out Part 1 and Part 2. I hope you’ve all found the information helpful or at least slightly entertaining.  The aim was Read more…

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Big “Fat” Blog Post 2

It’s the moment you’ve all been waiting for… It’s time for the release of the second installment of the 3 part Big “Fat” Blog post!  We received lots of great comments last week and are looking forward to hear what you’ve got to say this time around.  Now, without further adieu Read more…

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Shop smart. Eat smart. Mistakes we make when shopping.

The modern world, allows us to buy food with ease, in quantities and varieties that nature can’t provide even in the most bountiful regions.  Thanks to the globalization of commerce, some of us find ourselves lucky enough to be able to buy mangos at a store in Portland even when Read more…

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The Numbers Don’t Lie…

I was always the fat girl, it was my identity… I honestly had fiddled with a million diets through my life, my mom had me on diet center in the 5th grade (no shit)! Nothing ever really worked. So I figured might as well die fat and happy with a Read more…

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