Just a quick announcement to let you all know about a great new publication out there, Paleo Magazine! I am a contributing author, so be sure to check out exclusive articles by subscribing or finding issues on a newsstand near you.
An excerpt from my article in the latest issue:
The Modern Summer BBQ: A Neolithic Minefield With Awesome Paleo Potential.
The Modern Summer BBQ: A Neolithic Minefield.
If your summer BBQs are anything like the ones I grew up attending, the spread of food options largely includes the following: hot dogs and hamburgers served on fluffy white rolls (whole grain rolls for the “health conscious”), coleslaw, potato salad, potato chips, tortilla chips (often with day-glo orange cheese-flavored powdery stuff on them), cookies, brownies and sodas galore.
If you have your paleo glasses on while you peruse that picnic table, you may actually see what amounts to a minefield of modern food-like marvels. Who are we kidding? You always have those glasses on, don’t you? You spot only a few whole foods: the grain-fed meat (though questionably sourced) and perhaps the cabbage and potatoes that are hiding under the gobs of creamy-looking dressing. The table is otherwise over-taken by refined grain products, processed and refined vegetable oils1 and corn syrup-loaded beverages – you know, for the kids!
Read more by grabbing your copy of Paleo Magazine today!
Stay tuned for my article in the September issue of Paleo Magazine when I’ll bust some of the myths around the nutritional value of a Paleo diet vs the USDA’s recommended daily diet for kids!