Tag Archives: Health

Cultivating the Well-Adjusted Male

As many of you probably know if you read more responsible Paleo bloggers than me, Paleo f(x) went down last week, April 11-13, in Austin, Texas. It was the usual amazing hoopla, with friends, food, and fun. This was my fourth Paleo gathering, so I won’t retread all the ins-and-outs, but suffice to say, if […]

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Fan Mail

I received a letter today and I thought I’d share the correspondence. Not to embarrass anybody or anything, but because someone took the time to send me an honest account from their perspective and I responded in kind. Letters like this get to the heart of what we’re doing and why. We don’t have all […]

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Wandering Days

In an extended fit of nostalgia, I’ve purchased several stories about Frances the badger for my daughter. I remember the books from my childhood, and I’m glad Edie enjoys them too. I’ve also been pleasantly surprised to find that they don’t insult children’s intelligence and they tackle sticky issues head-on, both of which are all […]

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What Does Paleo Look Like? Part 7

This is the seventh 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 here, Part 6 by Jamie Scott here). I’ll […]

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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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