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Being Paleo is Being More Human

By The Paleo Diet Team
March 10, 2015
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Congratulations to the winner of the Reebok #BeMoreHuman Sweepstakes, David! Thanks for sharing your story!

"Started last year at 275 lbs. Implemented a Paleo lifestyle, working out, hiking and adding fitness bootcamps this year, have lost 80lbs and feeling the best I have in 20 years. I sleep better, have more energy, and find my passion for great healthy food and an active lifestyle life changing. Every week I am doing some great new hike, bike ride, and learning more about fitness and health everywhere I can. What is a better representation of being more human than living life, a healthy life?!"

David

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