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Almond Lime Kale Salad

Almond Lime Kale Salad

During the past several years, kale has become a favorite “superfood” vegetable around the world. Despite its meteoric rise to prominence, kale has always been a favorite food of farmers because it grows fast, resists frost, and requires very little fertilizer.1 Kale is a winter vegetable, so now is a great time to start including […]

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Natural Movement Workouts: Hang Time

Natural Movement Workouts: Hang Time

The Journal of Clinical Psychology reported jungle gym pastimes are a thing of the past, and gone are the days when swinging from the monkey bars is a safe activity on the playground.1 But is the related danger really something adults and children should be overly concerned about? Exercise today neglects to include many functional […]

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Stirring The Pot |The Paleo Diet

Stirring The Pot |The Paleo Diet

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Celiac Disease, Gluten, and Children

Celiac Disease, Gluten, and Children

Researchers posit introducing gluten at specific points of time during infancy development might be the key to celiac disease prevention. A few recent studies tested the hypothesis on an infant population who were genetically at risk for developing the disease.1 For those unfamiliar, celiac disease is (very simply) defined as an autoimmune disorder, which is […]

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Alzheimer’s Disease and The Paleo Diet

Alzheimer’s Disease and The Paleo Diet

One of the latest, fascinating publications from Science Daily, “Memory loss associated with Alzheimer’s reversed: Small trial succeeds using systems approach to memory disorders,” was called to my attention. The UCLA study suggests the potential lifestyle changes which may prevent or even reverse the devastation of Alzheimer’s disease. This study has relevance to both aging Paleo Dieters and to […]

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Weighing In on The Paleo Diet

Weighing In on The Paleo Diet

Professor Syd, please weigh in some more. A response to the BBC online Capital “Syd weighs in” article by @SydFinkelstein If you have not yet read it, the BBC’s Capital, recently featured an article by Professor Sydney Finkelstein recommending against following the “fad” Paleo Diet. The original title, “Eat like a caveman.  Manage like one, […]

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Paleo Diet Stops Acne in Its Tracks

Paleo Diet Stops Acne in Its Tracks

I recently read Dietary Intervention in Acne as well as Dr. Bodo Melnik’s studies about how diet is very much linked to acne, and I was very surprised at how little it is publicized on other websites. Acne.org is one of the biggest forums for helping people clear their skin, but when they discuss diet, […]

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How the Paleo Lifestyle Protects Against Food Allergies

How the Paleo Lifestyle Protects Against Food Allergies

Within our intestines, we harbor some 100 trillion microbial cells, collectively known as the gut microbiome (GM). For better or worse, the GM profoundly influences our health, impacting physiology, metabolism, nutrition, and immune function. GM disruption can promote obesity, diabetes, and chronic inflammatory diseases, including irritable bowel syndrome and Crohn’s disease.1, 2, 3 In short, […]

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Offal – Not So Awful: Organ Meats and The Paleo Diet

Offal – Not So Awful: Organ Meats and The Paleo Diet

When we think of eating organs, the first thought that comes to mind is gray, stinky liver and onions served in a diner. The thought is far from the delicious aromas that get the salivary juices flowing.1 Whether it’s the unappetizing idea or sheer intimidation, organ meats, or offal, carry a unique flavor profile that […]

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Red Meat and The Paleo Diet: How Often and What Type?

Red Meat and The Paleo Diet: How Often and What Type?

Who doesn’t like a nice, rare filet mignon for dinner?  Or some flank steak, marinated in cumin, orange, lime and garlic, sautéed with peppers and onions and served with Bibb Lettuce warps and guacamole to create Paleo Fajitas? It’s too bad we can’t eat this type of food that often. Or can we? We’ve all […]

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