June 7: The Joy Sutton Show
Roanoke, VA – On the Joy Sutton Show, Diane talked all about the problems with sugar and The 21-Day Sugar Detox. She also covered the basics of what Paleo is, and a handful of quick swaps to make going Paleo easier! – Check them out here.
New York Times
Practical Paleo is on the New York Times Food & Fitness bestsellers list for 2 months (8 weeks) in 2015 so far!
April 23-25: Paleo f(x) Conference
Austin, TX – Diane’s talk on marketing was standing-room-only to over 200 people: “Listen, Labor, Launch” – Listen here.
April 11-13: Paleo f(x) Conference
Austin, TX – Diane’s talk: “Reintroducing Non-Paleo Foods: When, Why (or Why Not), and How”
January 2014: The Costco Connection
The Paleo Diet: A blast from the past – Stone-age cuisine
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January 2013: Living Without Magazine
Dine like a Caveman
Diane Sanﬁlippo, a Certiﬁed Nutrition Consultant specializing in gastrointestinal and blood sugar issues, has penned an important book on the Paleolithic diet. Practical Paleo: A Customized Approach to Health and a Whole Foods Lifestyle (Victory Belt) gives the why’s and how-to’s of consuming only real foods—those available before the dawn of agriculture, meaning no grains, legumes, pasteurized dairy, etc. In addition to nutritional arguments for the diet, Practical Paleo provides steps for putting it into action, 30-day meal plans tailored to beneﬁ t speciﬁ c health conditions (example: autoimmune) and 120-plus easy recipes that range from entrees to desserts…
October 29, 2012
Daily Style Feature
“Yeah, it’s a fad diet and you’re so disappointed that I am buying into this crap, right? Well, I’m going on 18 months of sticking with it and I’ve never felt better in my life. I don’t think of it as a diet as much as a really good argument for giving up processed food. Friends ask me all the time where they should start to read about it if they want to give it a go, and this book is the first thing I recommend…
Diane Sanfilippo is chosen as one of six initial Veria Voices for Veria Living Network.
Washington Post – Book promotes ‘Paleo’ eating plan based on diets before processed foods
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Presented Mission Nutrition: Anti-Inflammatory Eating Made Easy to the Young Adults at the Juvenile Arthritis Foundation Conference in St. Louis..
Women’s World Magazine | June 18 issue – Breakthrough Paleo cure for obesity! Easy “caveman” menus are better than appetite suppressants.
My book, Practical Paleo, is mentioned in the first paragraph! Stacy of Paleo Parents is featured in the article as a fantastic weight-loss success story.
Paleo f(x): Theory to Practice Symposium
Presented: “Whole Foods vs Supplements” Panel The panel also included: Chris Kresser, Amy Kubal, Diana Rodgers, Liz Wolfe, Dr. Dan Kalish, and Joe Johnson.
Presented: “The Paleo On-Ramp: Beyond Food” This presentation was given in collaboration with Liz Wolfe & Diana Rodgers.
The Paleo Summit Presented by Underground Wellness.
Presented: “Practical Paleo Implementation”
Now that you know what to eat, the next step is putting it into practice. Diane explains what to expect from the Paleo Diet, how to overcome common obstacles, and the most effective ways to deal with the doubters.
Check out the entire Paleo Summit here.
My presentation is also available in iTunes via The Underground Wellness Show.
Graduate Spotlight: Diane Sanfilippo, Nutrition Consultant
“I attended the Nutrition Consultant Training Program in Berkeley, CA and graduated in June of 2011. Early in 2008, I opened Balanced Bites, an organic, gluten-free meal delivery business. I managed all aspects of the business, including web design, marketing, shopping for ingredients, menu planning, cooking, and delivery of meals. After only a few months, I realized I wanted to do more than provide healthy meals — I wanted to teach my clients, family, and friends to provide for themselves. I realized my passion was to teach people how they could take responsibility for their own health through proper nutrition and lifestyle. I wanted to enable my clients to plan, shop for, and prepare healthy meals all on their own.”
Read the full feature here.
Guest blog post on RobbWolf.com
CBS San Francisco’s Most Valuable Blogger Awards 2011
By Stefanie Loh, The Patriot-News
“The largest benefit of going Paleo is that “it restores normal function to your gut and digestive system,” said Diane Sanfilippo, a holistic nutritionist who runs a Paleo nutrition blog. “It’s what most people have trouble with but they don’t even know because nobody talks about it. Bloating and diarrhea are not normal and we shouldn’t be experiencing that at all.”
Adopting the Paleo perspective is like hitting a reset button on your digestive system.”
Guest blog post on RobbWolf.com
People tend to over-complicate making beef jerky. I have found that if you’re dealing with good quality meat (ideally grass-fed), when it comes to a marinade, less is more. The very first time I made jerky it was from elk and I basically tossed the meat in some spices and then chucked it in the dehydrator.
I got a nice shout-out on Robb Wolf’s The Paleo Solution Podcast, Episode 69 (around 7:15 in) when my friend and colleague here in the Bay Area, Chris Kresser joined Robb and Andy for an hour of Paleo shenanigans. Click here to download the MP3 to your computer.
This interview is also available in iTunes via The Paleo Solution Podcast.
A recipe from my “Practical Paleo Nutrition Guide Book” is featured on UndergroundWellness.com
Sean Can’t Cook: Crustless Quiche with Summer Squash when Sean makes this easy recipe from my book with me looking on remotely via Skype – check out the video to watch the recipe in action!
Interview by Leah Salmon of The Naturally You Network: Click here to listen (MP3). You may also right-click to save this file to your computer for later listening.
Guest Blog Post on “Words are Food”