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Magnesium

Magnesium is the fourth most abundant electrolyte in our bodies. It is critical to both muscle function and acts as a cofactor to over 300 enzymes, making it necessary for a wide variety of functions in our bodies. Fortunately, because it is found in many plant foods, deficiency is rare.

Calcium: A Team Sports View of Nutrition
We can't view calcium in isolation. It interacts with multiple other nutrients in our diet that all must be accounted for in order for calcium to play its crucial functions in our bodies.
By Christopher Clark
Chronic Fatigue and The Paleo Diet
Nutritional deficiencies can contribute to chronic fatigue syndrome and can impact the healing processes. Learn how a nutrient-dense Paleo Diet can help.
By Stephanie Vuolo
Balancing Migraine Pain with a Paleo Diet
Migraine pain may be a disease of imbalance. A balanced Paleo diet more attune with our evolutionary make-up can help ease migraine pain without medication.
By Trevor Connor
Paleo Leadership
 
Trevor Connor
Trevor Connor

Dr. Loren Cordain’s final graduate student, Trevor Connor, M.S., brings more than a decade of nutrition and physiology expertise to spearhead the new Paleo Diet team.

Mark J Smith
Dr. Mark Smith

One of the original members of the Paleo movement, Mark J. Smith, Ph.D., has spent nearly 30 years advocating for the benefits of Paleo nutrition.

Nell Stephenson
Nell Stephenson

Ironman athlete, mom, author, and nutrition blogger Nell Stephenson has been an influential member of the Paleo movement for over a decade.

Loren Cordain
Dr. Loren Cordain

As a professor at Colorado State University, Dr. Loren Cordain developed The Paleo Diet® through decades of research and collaboration with fellow scientists around the world.