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Are You Getting Enough Electrolytes When Training?
Ashley DeKam, N.D., C.H.S.
The key to hydration - electrolytes!
To Improve Your Diet Quality, Consider Your Fridge and Pantry
Ryan Kohler
A nutritionist shows how to use a gap analysis to evaluate your current food environment and make a nutrition plan to improve your diet quality.
Sports Nutrition Basics: Fueling for Exercise
Ryan Kohler
For active people and athletes alike, understanding basic sports nutrition can make a big difference in how you feel, perform, recover, and get stronger. Here's our primer on carbs, fats, protein, hydration, and nutrition timing.
The Best Paleo Snacks for Skiing & Other Winter Sports
Elisabeth Kwak-Hefferan
Whether you're skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, or ice climbing, these Paleo-friendly snacks will keep you energized!
Free Play: The Essential Ingredient
Megan Patiry
We live in a world of schedules and structure which leads to increased stress, diminished creativity, depression, and burnout. Free play has the potential to offset these drawbacks in children and adults.
Tips for Maximizing Your Exercise Routine
Aimee McNew
Everyone knows exercise is good for us, but when physical activity isn’t built into our daily lives as it was our hunter-gatherer ancestors we need to know modern exercise to get the most out of how to get the most out of workouts. Follow these tips to improve your fitness and health!
The Exercise Habits of Hunter-Gatherers
Emily Rumsey
Learn about the history of exercise in our hunter-gatherer ancestors and how to mimic their activities today for optimal health.
Does Sexual Activity Affect Athletic Performance?
Wendy Farrell, M.S.Ed.
A former graduate student of Dr. Cordain recounts her 1987 study on the effects of sexual activity on performance.
Why Bone Broth Is Nature’s Best Recovery Drink
Nell Stephenson, B.S.
Instead of turning to expensive, supplementary products to replenish lost nutrients after exercise, try nature’s recovery drink: bone broth.
How Exercise and Diet Can Reverse Type 2 Diabetes
Aimee McNew
The medical community traditionally states type 2 diabetes is a life-long condition, but new research shows it may be reversible with the right combination of diet and exercise.
Paleolithic Aging: Exercise for Brain, Biceps, and Longevity
David Whiteside
Evidence is quietly accumulating that our brains and immune systems need exercise as much as our muscles. Find out the facts about Paleolithic aging.
The Benefits of Meditation (and How to Meditate)
The Paleo Diet Team
In addition to what you eat, meditation can also be a valuable component of a balanced and healthy Paleo lifestyle.
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