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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 Read more…

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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, Read more…

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Feeling Healthy For The First Time In My Life!

Written by Andy: Dear Robb Just wanted to give you a short feedback on my Paleo experience and how you changed my life. I downloaded the Quick Start Guide, but I had downloaded your book about a year ago on our Honeymoon. I can’t even remember why I did so Read more…

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A Short Discourse on My Experience with the Paleolithic Diet.

Written by: Theodore (Ted) F. Berthelote In early September 2011, during my habitual reading on the subject of  individualism, I came across an interview by Lew Rockwell with a woman who advocated a “hunter-gatherer” approach to human nutrition and it caught my attention. The ideas discussed in said interview were Read more…

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I Know That This Information Would Have Saved My Parents Lives

Written by: Kepa Hi guys, My story isn’t quite like the other testimonials I’ve read on here, so congrats to all the other paleople (paleo people). Back in 2009 after my second daughter was born, I got to my heaviest ever weight 80 kg. Now I know that might not Read more…

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Paleo: A Lifestyle Change That Changes Your Life

Written by: Wes Gross My name is Wes and I am NOT going to tell a heroic story of overcoming obesity or serious illness. What I’d like to relate is the feeling I now have of being in total control of my health and fitness. Something I haven’t felt since Read more…

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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 Read more…

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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 Read more…

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September 29, 2012 - Contest Day

A Figure Model Goes Paleo: The Recipe for Success

My name is Gretchen and I am a wife, a personal trainer, a flight attendant & a paleo figure competitor.  Figure competitions have been more of a recent passion in my life.  I have been a personal trainer for about 3 years and as a personal trainer, competing in a figure competition was Read more…

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From Vegan To Paleo

Written by Jenna Scott: I originally went vegetarian for Lent. Yes, Lent. Vegetarianism was something I had dabbled in my entire life, and now I had a justifiable reason to remove meat from my diet for a specified amount of time. In the first few months as a vegetarian, I Read more…

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