Guest Post by Mark Rogers – Getting Kids Moving May Be Easier Than You Think

June 2, 2014 in Categories: , , , , by


Mark Rogers is the author of the Simply Human blog and host of the Simply Human Podcast. He has three kids under the age of six and is a certified strength and conditioning coach. Mark is passionate about educating his fellow humans on the ways we were designed to eat, sleep, move and enjoy our lives… and making […]

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Guest Post by Taylor Nichols – Paleo Sriracha Meatloaf Wrapped in Bacon

May 31, 2014 in Categories: , , by


Taylor Nichols is the blogger behind Tayste of Paleo. You can also find Taylor on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and Twitter. What is an 80/20 Paleo lifestyle? That is simple–balance and acceptance. The Paleo diet should serve as a catalyst for the consumer understanding and educating themselves in what foods help them live an abundant, youthful […]

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The Paleo Kitchen Sneak Peek – Macadamia Chocolate Chip Cookies

May 26, 2014 in Categories: , , by

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I am so excited to be able to share this special sneak peek recipe from The Paleo Kitchen with you today!  I’ve had the good fortune to taste these amazing cooking, cooked by George Bryant himself!  Last summer, when I went to visit Matt and Stacy of Paleo Parents for the release party of Beyond Bacon, […]

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Chocolate-Glazed Chocolate Doughnuts (nut-free!)

May 24, 2014 in Categories: , , , , by


If you follow me on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter or read my Newsletter, then you know that I recently started CrossFit.  I didn’t jump in from nothing:  I had been working out with my husband (at my local YMCA in a group exercise class called “Pure Muscle” that was an hour of lifting lightweight dumbbells) since January […]

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Guest Post by Rachael Bryant – Mojo Chicken Avocado Cups (Autoimmune Protocol-Friendly)

May 21, 2014 in Categories: , , , , , by

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Rach started blogging at Meatified when she realized how much her health (and cooking skills!) had improved while eating Paleo, after years of medicated-but-not-quite-right experiences with Hashimoto’s disease. There she shares Paleo recipes with a focus on simple but tasty Autoimmune Protocol friendly recipes. When she’s not in the kitchen, you can find her working […]

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The Paleo Kitchen Sneak Peek – Four Layer Beef and Bacon Casserole

May 19, 2014 in Categories: , , , , by

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I am so excited to be able to share this special sneak peek recipe from The Paleo Kitchen with you today! If you haven’t heard of The Paleo Kitchen, which will be available online and in stores nationwide in just a few short weeks, it is the collaborative effort by two of my favorite paleo food […]

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Guest Post by Dr. Heather Philp – How Our Daughter Sheds Light onto the Root Causes of Autistic Spectrum Disorder

May 17, 2014 in Categories: , , , , , , , , , by

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Dr. Heather Philp is a Scottish scientist living and working in Iceland where she recently completed her PhD. Her undergraduate degree was in Zoology with a special focus on animal behaviour & communication. Later she returned to Scotland for her MSc in Marine & Fisheries Science at the University of Aberdeen. Her doctoral degree focused […]

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Book Review: The South Asian Health Solution by Dr. Ronesh Sinha

May 12, 2014 in Categories: , by


This review was written by my assistant Christina. The South Asian Health Solution offers a culturally-tailored plan to reverse chronic health conditions like diabetes, obesity, and heart disease in a high-risk demographic: South Asians. The book covers a wide variety of topics, from insulin resistance to PCOS to children’s health, in great depth. And since so […]

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Guest Post by Terry Wahls – Start Thinking About Nutrition Before Trying to Get Pregnant—And Beyond

May 10, 2014 in Categories: , , , , , , , , , by


Dr. Terry Wahls is a clinical professor of medicine at the University of Iowa where she teaches internal medicine residents, sees patients in a traumatic brain injury clinic and conducts clinical trials. She is also a patient with secondary progressive multiple sclerosis, which confined her to a tilt-recline wheelchair for four years. Dr. Wahls restored […]

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