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Half Dead To Half Marathon

Here is an update from our friend Dan who had a featured testimonial on the blog last year. He has now been eating paleo for over a year and sent us an update:   Written by: Dan Good afternoon everyone at Robb Wolf!  I posted my testimonial back in August and I wanted to provide… Continue Reading

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Testimonial: The Key To Healthy Living

Testimonial written by: Sara Jason It all started in February 2012. I had been through a ski accident and ended up in the emergency room in March 2012 for an aggravation of the knee injury. At the time, I weighed 323 pounds, wore a size 24-26 and was taking 7 pills a day for different… Continue Reading

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Testimonial: Breaking The Destructive Cycle

Written by: Donny M. ”You have gained a lot of weight, Donny. You don’t look good”. I looked up from my violin, having just rushed into her office, excited to play the newest piece I had learned in orchestra. I was crushed. Expecting to hear praise of my improving skill on the instrument, I heard… Continue Reading

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Paleo For Primary Lateral Sclerosis

Testimonial written by: Doug Goudsward In the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy, our home was without power for a week. The morning after power was restored, I went down to the basement to exercise on my elliptical trainer. I found I had tightness in my back. It progressively got worse over the next few days. Within… Continue Reading

Coming Out…

It’s not something I aspired to. I didn’t get out of bed one morning and decide, yeah, today’s the day this is going down. It just happened – slowly, progressively – happened. It’s consumed 23 years of my life. It’s all I know. It’s who I am. My name is Amy, and I’m Anorexic. Yep,… Continue Reading

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Paleo: My Solution

Testimonial written by: Nicole Cochran   Six months ago I visited the wheelchair clinic at Vanderbilt in Nashville to get fitted for my new wheelchair which would mark a major negative milestone in my almost decade long battle with multiple sclerosis.  Part of me was absolutely grief stricken that I was “here” in my digression. … Continue Reading