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Testimonial: Update – 2 Years In

Testimonial written by: Roger M. Woodbury You can find his original testimonial here and update here.   Here is an update for your information. My wife and I “went Paleo” nearly two years ago.  Last Friday I entered the World Bench Pressers and Deadlifters New England Regional competition in Portland, Maine.  At weigh-in I was… Continue Reading

Testimonial: 30 Day Paleo Family Trial

Testimonial written by: Kelly Spradlin   I am not known for short posts so please bear with this especially lengthy one. My family is new to the paleo lifestyle and as newbies I wanted to share our experience and my thoughts in case my story speaks to anyone else. The fact that Robb’s rebuttal post… Continue Reading

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Nesta

Quick Note from Robb: Howdy folks! We normally run testimonials on Mondays and today is no exception, but the format is a bit different. My good friend and former client of NorCal Strength & Conditioning is celebrating the release of her album, so this is at once both a testimonial and a bit of “getting… Continue Reading

What 74 Years Old Should Feel Like

Written by: Jane I was introduced to the Paleo diet by a friend of mine, the lady who owns the campground where I work each summer. She was so excited about the difference it had made for her. She has always been extremely active and very health conscious, running, bicycling, and moving all the time.… Continue Reading

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Finding “Joy” In The Paleo Life

By: Joy Gannon Being diagnosed as pre-diabetic, having PCOS (an endocrine disorder), debilitating migraines you could practically pencil into the calendar, having high blood pressure, living as a morbidly obese person, a medicine cabinet full of prescriptions, lectures from my doctor,  and having a personal trainer did absolutely nothing to change my behavior or weight. … Continue Reading

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Escaping The Fat Genes

Written by: Alex Peterson “The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself.  Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.” -George Bernard Shaw, Maxims for Revolutionists From where I started, where I am now, and what I’ve learned along the way.  Writing about myself… Continue Reading