The Real Difference Between WAPF and Paleo

October 17, 2013

There has been some hubbub lately between the Paleo and WAPF camps. The Weston A. Price Foundation (WAPF) seems to be making an attempt to distance themselves from the Paleo movement. The recent post from Sally Fallon Morell, co-founder and president of WAPF, titled Differences Between the Weston A. Price Foundation Diet and the Paleo […]

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Why Your Diet Needs to Evolve: Part 1

August 20, 2013

Defining Your Goals and Getting Started There is a long list of reasons why someone would want to drastically change their diet. To lose (or gain) weight, improve digestive issues, enhance athletic performance, reduce fatigue, eliminate brain fog, prevent or reverse chronic disease, fight an autoimmune disease, etc. In the end it usually boils down […]

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Why Your Diet Needs to Evolve – Series Intro

August 12, 2013

Going into detail about how I lost a bunch of weight last year and what I do to further improve my health has never provided much enjoyment for me. Maybe this is because I’m a bit modest at times but it probably has more to do with the fact that I started with eating “Paleo.” […]

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Learning from our Ancestors

August 7, 2013

Next week I will be attending The Ancestral Health Symposium in Atlanta. This symposium is a three-day event created to unite the ancestral health movement and to foster collaboration among scientists, health professionals and laypersons who study and communicate about health from an evolutionary perspective to develop solutions to our health challenges. Here is a […]

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Integrating Raw & Traditional Foods

June 27, 2013

This cookbook is definitely in line with my opinions of eating well. We should not adhere to a singular food tradition, but rather embrace an open, experimental, and adaptable approach in choosing which foods may be the most healing for us in the moment. What our bodies need changes over time and we must be […]

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4 Herbal Teas With Amazing Health Benefits

June 19, 2013

Herbal teas have a wider variety of health benefits. Some teas are thought to be detoxifying, while others have antioxidant or anti-inflammatory properties. You can pick your teas based on the flavors you enjoy or your individual health goals. I enjoy the following four teas regularly.
 1. Nettle tea Nettle tea is a rich source […]

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Resource: Homemade Broths, Soups and Sauces

June 3, 2013

Some great videos from The Health Home Economist on homemade bone broths, soups, and sauces.

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Dietary Turnabouts

May 21, 2013

It takes a little time for the mainstream nutrition researchers to come around to what I already found to be true. Most of the time it ends up being better to learn to listen to your body instead of taking every bit of nutritionism as cold, hard facts. Dietary Saturated Fat Has Undeserved Bad Reputation, […]

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Information on Grass-fed Meat, Eggs and Dairy

March 27, 2013

Thanks to the Weston A. Price Foundation I have assembled a collection of several videos on the topic of grass-fed meat, dairy and eggs for your viewing pleasure. Watch Videos on Grass-fed Meat, Eggs and Dairy Photo credit: Michael W. May

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Use Your Health to Fight

March 26, 2013

People keep congratulating me for all the hard work it took to lose a bunch of weight. But I have a confession to make. It was actually pretty easy. Stay with me on this. Until last year I went through life thinking I was just a “big guy” and my many failed attempts to lose […]

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