What Does Paleo Look Like? Part 6

This is the sixth of a handful of posts I’ve solicited from some friends in the ancestral health community whose voices I admire (Part 1 by Tara Grant is here, Part 3 by Anastasia Boulais here, Part 4 by James Murphy here, Part 5 by Ben Morgan is here). I’ll be posting these in the […]

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What Does Paleo Look Like? Part 5

This is the fifth of a handful of posts I’ve solicited from some friends in the ancestral health community whose voices I admire (Part 1 by Tara Grant is here, Part 3 by Anastasia Boulais here, Part 4 by James Murphy here). I’ll be posting these in the days leading up to AHS13. It’s my […]

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What Does Paleo Look Like? Part 4

This is the fourth of a handful of posts I’ve solicited from some friends in the ancestral health community whose voices I admire (Part 1 by Tara Grant is here, Part 3 by Anastasia Boulais here). I’ll be posting these in the days leading up to AHS13. It’s my hope that these dispatches will resonate […]

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What Does Paleo Look Like? Part 3

This is the third of a handful of posts I’ve solicited from some friends in the ancestral health community whose voices I admire (Part 1 by Tara Grant is here). I’ll be posting these in the days leading up to AHS13. It’s my hope that these dispatches will resonate with others out there and help […]

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What Does Paleo Look Like?

It’s that time again. The Ancestral Health Symposium is taking over Atlanta, GA next week (August 15-17), and I’ll be on the ground Tweeting up a storm and having the time of my life amongst some of the coolest people on the planet. This will be the third Paleo gathering for me. And while I […]

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Paleo for the Hard Times

Hey, it happens to the best of us. We talk, think, and dream about food all day long. We prize its healing and mouth-watering qualities. But even those of us who love food dearly hit ruts. This year, a mildly difficult spring turned into a personally challenging summer. After enduring a scary illness for my […]

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Paleo Books For Your Reading Pleasure

Paleo bookshelves everywhere are filling up with all the new titles out now. Lots of smart folks out there are sharing their ancestral health knowledge and experiences for our benefit and spreading the message of good health. Here are a few I’ve checked out that you might find useful. All three are excellent additions to […]

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The Bigger Picture of Fat Acceptance

Maybe it’s the caffeine speaking, but I feel compelled to address an issue that’s been going around for a while. Today, this Salon piece called “Is the Fat Acceptance Movement Losing?” came across my Twitter feed and I feel like it’s missing one huge point. I’ve addressed this in the past (see here for the […]

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On Callouses and Barefooting

I’m currently enjoying a few days to myself on the Oregon Coast. Being back on the beach reminds me of my MovNat trip to Costa Rica, partly because even though it was over two months ago, the beach sand abrasions are still fresh on my mind. But I headed down to the beach this morning […]

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Review: Grand Trunk Double Parachute Hammock

Quick Programming Note: This is my first product review in partnership with Deep Creek PR for adventure travel gear company Grand Trunk‘s Double Parachute Hammock. Field testing gear is part of my work history and I’m thrilled to be putting that knowledge to use. I hope that in the process of sharing these reviews with […]

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