5 Questions with “Well Fed” author Melissa Joulwan & a giveaway of her book!

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There’s a new kid on the block in the Paleo cookbook world! Check out this quick interview with Melissa Joulwan, author of “Well Fed: Paleo Recipes for People Who Love to Eat,” available for orders here on her website (a signed softcover book or eBook) or via Amazon.com.  And… Melissa has GENEROUSLY offered up a softcover copy of Well Fed …

Balanced Bites Podcast: Episode #19: Paleo 101, Part 2

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Remember! If you’re enjoying these podcasts, please leave us a review in iTunes, thanks! A follow-up to part 1, Diane & Liz answer more specific questions from listeners/readers about the Paleo diet, macronutrient ratios, cheating/going off-plan, canola oil & saturated fat in the original “The Paleo Diet” by Cordain, expense of Paleo, how to incorporate Weston A. Price (WAPF) principles …

Bites I Love: Steve’s Paleo Goods Paleo Kits, Grass-Fed Jerky and more!

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I finally had a chance to try Steve’s Paleo Goods Paleo snacks this week. I know, I must be living under a rock to be a Paleo nutrition educator and CrossFitter and not have tried them yet. #FAIL As a nutritionist, it should be vividly clear to you all by now that I am never in favor of meal replacements when you …

Balanced Bites Podcast: Episode #10: With Guest Robb Wolf

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Episode #10 Special guest: Robb Wolf Topics covered include: myths that are perpetuated about the whys and hows of a Paleo or Primal type of diet a recent article from the NPR blog sustainability and thoughts about the long-term success of the ancestral health movement Since Robb typically answers questions from listeners, we decided that this was a good time to give him …

Robb Wolf on The Balanced Bites Podcast: Paleo media myths & sustainability.

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On Wednesday November 2nd, Robb Wolf will be joining us on the Balanced Bites podcast to discuss Paleo in the mainstream media. Topics covered will include: myths that are perpetuated about the whys and hows of a Paleo or Primal type of diet a recent article from the NPR blog sustainability and thoughts about the long-term success of the ancestral health movement …

Paleo Magazine: A great resource & a winner!

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If you haven’t already checked out Paleo Magazine, go ahead do so. It’s a fantastic resource that you’ll be able to read cover-to-cover and find yourself happily learning about how to live a healthier, more natural life versus being sold tons of processed and refined “foods” as you would in most other health-oriented publications. If you’re the electronic media type, …

Paleo Magazine (September / October) – Feeding Kids: What the USDA Recommends vs The Paleo Diet

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As a contributing author to Paleo Magazine, I’m excited to share a peek at my article in the upcoming September issue. Check out exclusive articles by subscribing or finding issues on a newsstand near you. Enter to win a FREE year’s subscription to Paleo Magazine by posting a comment below within the week (through 10/1/11)! An excerpt from my article in the latest …

Balanced Bites Podcast

Balanced Bites Podcast: Episode #3: Natural Beauty Products, Paleo vs. Low Carb, Crazy Sugar Cravings, Adding Foods Back to AI Diet Protocol, Paleo Nutrition Education

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Episode #3 Steve’s Original newsletter – stevesoriginal.com Topics:  1: Natural, non-toxic beauty products [8:00] 2: Paleo vs Low Carb [20:08] 3: Crazy sugar cravings [34:55] 4: Adding foods back to an AI paleo diet protocol? [46:10] 5: Paleo nutrition education and putting it into practice [54:45] Note: The episodes are now available in iTunes as well and we’ll work on other feed services …