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The Infection Connection: Why You Might Not Feel Better After Going Paleo

August 31st, 2015 Dr. Justin Marchegiani 0 Health, Lifestyle, Nutrition, Women

Dr. Justin Marchegiani sees many patients who have gone Paleo and still haven’t felt a major improvement. In this talk, he discusses underlying chronic infections that can prevent people from gaining the full benefit of a Paleo diet. He includes what these stressors are and actions you can take to regain your health. Filmed live at Paleo […]

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The Gorilla Pit

Misdiagnosed? Why Your Hypothyroidism Symptoms May NOT Be a Disease

July 30th, 2015 Dr. Richard Maurer 0 Health, Nutrition, Women

You might have heard that dysfunction of your thyroid gland can cause all kinds of problems—weight gain, digestive problems, fatigue, infertility—you name it. It’s no surprise that doctors of natural medicine, like myself, are quick to consider thyroid problems for nearly everyone. But here lies quicksand. Doctors have incentive to find what is wrong with […]

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Individuality

The Paleogram: a Paleo Plan for Unique Metabolisms

July 27th, 2015 Dr. Ludwig Johnson 0 Fitness, Health, Nutrition, Women

Paleo is a great starting point for health. However, not all metabolisms are created equally. In this talk, Dr. Ludwig Johnson explores the four key components that make our metabolisms different, and details specific tweaks he makes to treat metabolic syndromes. Using Paleo as a starting point, Dr. Johnson has used this program to prevent and […]

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The Elements of Effortless Weight Loss

July 20th, 2015 Camille Macres 0 Lifestyle, Mindset, Nutrition, Women

Our country has been dealing with the obesity epidemic all wrong. Obesity itself is not necessarily the issue; it’s often a symptom. The roots of obesity are linked to physical, mental, spiritual and emotional imbalance. These issues are largely ignored, and as a result, many spend unncessary time struggling to lose weight and keep it off. A truly lasting change requires one […]

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Colorful Veggies

Grow Half Of Your Paleo Diet In Your Backyard In Less Than An Hour Per Day

July 13th, 2015 Marjory Wildcraft 0 Lifestyle, Nutrition, Paleo Kids and Babies, Sustainability, Women

Growing your own backyard groceries is the next step toward a sustainable food future. In this talk, Marjory Wildcraft describes how anyone can transform their own backyard into an organic food producing paradise. Topics include growing meats, eggs, and nutritious organs, discovering the most productive gardening method, and avoiding the biggest mistake beginners make. She’ll […]

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Roast Chicken

Our Great-Grandparents Were Totally Paleo: Six Ways to Improve Paleo Cuisine

June 8th, 2015 Russ Crandall 0 Nutrition, Paleo Kids and Babies, Women

Humans have always attempted to make foods tasty, and we historically have only been limited by the ingredients we had on hand. Despite these culinary constraints, we developed hundreds, if not thousands of delicious and timeless dishes over hundreds of years of refinement. Modern science has helped determine the most nutritious foods available today – […]

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Stupid-Easy Meal Planning

April 23rd, 2015 Stephanie Gaudreau 0 Lifestyle, Nutrition, Paleo Kids and Babies, Recipes, Women

When you make the commitment to eating healthier, the most immediate realization is that you’ll be spending more time cooking for yourself and your family. If you’re a kitchen-master, it probably won’t phase you, but what if the idea of planning and executing a week’s worth of meals makes you break out into a cold […]

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