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, …

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 …

5 Questions with “Paleo Comfort Foods” Authors Julie & Charles Mayfield

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While in Atlanta back in July to teach a Practical Paleo Seminar at CrossFit South Cobb, I had the great pleasure of sitting down to dinner at Canoe with Julie & Charles Mayfield, authors of the exciting new cookbook, Paleo Comfort Foods. What I loved about the Mayfields most was that they were very down-to-earth, genuine and fun people who love …

5 Questions with “Make it Paleo” authors Bill Staley & Hayley Mason

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I recently had the great pleasure of not only meeting, but also becoming great friends with Hayley Mason and Bill Staley, authors of the popular blog The Food Lovers Primal Palate and now, the brand-new, amazingly beautiful and completely useful cookbook Make it Paleo. This young and vibrant dynamic duo exudes enthusiasm for the Paleo lifestyle and I feel lucky to …

Announcing: The Balanced Bites Podcast

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I’ve been searching high and low for the right co-host to tackle a podcast with me. Well, the day has come and now I have some VERY exciting news: The Balanced Bites Podcast is getting ready to launch! Let me introduce you to my fantastic co-host, Liz Wolfe. Liz runs the popular blog, Cavegirleats.com and was first introduced to evolutionary nutrition through …

10 Things I Learned at MovNat: On Life, Movement and Being in Nature

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Last week I spent 5 days in Mt. Nebo, WV with Erwan LeCorre, Vic Verdier and Clifton Harski learning the pillars of MovNat while camping at Summersville Lake Retreat. I learned a lot over those five days, some of it directly from the instructors, some from my peers, and some just from the experience of being in nature and observing …

5 Questions with Growing Up Paleo’s Chrissy Gower

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I’m thrilled to have become friends with Growing Up Paleo’s Chrissy Gower, a NorCal Strength & Conditioning trainer as well as paleo-mom extraordinaire. She’s completely down-to-earth, practical and no-nonsense when it comes to making sure that she’s raising her little guy, Kayden to be the healthiest and happiest that he can possibly be. 1. How did you first learn about …

Balanced Bites | Diane Sanfilippo | Priorities for Eating Paleo on a Budget

Priorities for Eating Paleo on a Budget

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Eating with a Paleo or Primal approach can seem daunting when you realize that you are no longer going to rely on the cheap, filler ingredients you may have become accustomed to buying on a regular basis. No more rice and beans. No more bread, pasta or cereal. These are all cheap foods. And rightfully so; they provide poor nutritional …