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Make It Paleo: An Epicurean Journey
I probably don’t have to tell you how amazing it is to have a cookbook that I can open to any page and know that I can enjoy the recipe without physical discomfort or emotional guilt. Make It Paleo, by Bill Staley and Hayley Mason (aka The Food Lovers’ Primal Palate), is the latest entry into an expanding line of Paleo/Primal cookbooks for a growing number of real food lovers. Do not belittle this piece of work by calling it a book; it’s a tome. At nearly 450 pages, the collection of recipes speaks volumes to Bill and Hayley’s love of fresh food and cooking. The most obviously amazing part of Make It Paleo is the food porn. Yes, every recipe is beautifully documented, and you can’t make it more than a dozen pages without getting ideas of what you’re going to cook next. So far, I’ve only had a... Continue Reading
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Low-Carb Conversations with Jimmy Moore & Friends
Howdy! Just wanted to let you know about my recent appearance on the podcast “Low-Carb Conversations with Jimmy Moore & Friends”. We had quite the time discussing Childhood Obesity. Jimmy’s two podcasts have been so informative for the whole Paleo/Primal/Low-Carb movements that you really should check them out!... Permalink
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Off to Burning Man
Just a quick note to let you all know that I will be MIA from the blog, Facebook and Twitter for the next week and a half as I enjoy my annual vacation at Burning Man. Forget your preconceptions of Burning Man and watch the documentary Beyond Black Rock on Netflix Instant (NSFW). I’ll have a fun challenge trying to stay Paleo in the desert while also in survival mode, and I’ll be sure to share that story when I get back! Oh, and if you’re going to be out on the playa, come find me at 4:15 and Journey!... Permalink
Link Love: Ancestral Health Symposium Edition
The Ancestral Health Symposium at UCLA this past weekend was billed by Loren Cordain as the “Woodstock of Evolutionary Medicine.” From what I understand of what happened at Woodstock though, a whole lot of drugs were taken and not much was accomplished. While AHS had the good-times vibes of a hippie festival, I’m hoping that the result of all these great minds getting together in one place is a far more tangible re-imagining of the nutrition/health landscape. Here’s a rundown of the awesome people I met and the great work their doing in the tribe, as well as some of... Continue Reading
Link Love: CrossFit Games Edition
I had an amazing time this past weekend down at the CrossFit Games at the Home Depot Center in Carson, CA. The Games really are the pinnacle of fitness and incredibly inspiring. Additionally, the CrossFit community is very similar to the Paleo one: a lot of really good-looking people who love to talk about their passion for health. For a good recap of the Games, head on over to I managed to meet a lot of really great people who are doing some really cool things. Eric Webb – Outside The Box   Eric is the creator of The... Continue Reading
UnRx Podcast
Just a quick note to let you know that I was a guest on the UnRx Podcast. I had a great time recording it so check it out: Permalink
A Letter to SFH, re: Glycogen Reloading
This entry is a response to a post by the good folks over at Stronger, Faster, Healthier. They are a company that I do truly respect; I promote the heck out of their high-quality fish oil (and use it myself) and I admire the commitment they have to putting out excellent products amid a sea of imitators. It is my sole desire to create an open dialogue here, and not to attack or disparage them in any way, and I hope that readers will keep the same goals in mind when commenting.   An athlete at our gym sent me... Continue Reading
Going The Extra Mile –
Check out this guest post I did for The Five Tribe on my Memorial Day Murph experience: The Five Tribe... Permalink
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Hey Look! Shirts!
So these have been in the works for a couple of months and I hope you like them! The graphic was created by my very talented friend Jason Santiago and is the first in what I hope will be a long line of fashionable Paleo wear! Like many folks out there, I’m using Spreadshirt to provide a quality product at a reasonable price. I love American Apparel t-shirts and the organic heather ones have a great feel to them. Pick your favorite color and wear it well! Click here to get shirts now!... Permalink
The Paleo Diet Creation Myth
“Paleo is not a religion” - Robb “Holy Cats” Wolf     I was so glad to hear Robb say this in the intro to his Paleo Solution Seminar talk, but had to resist yelling out an ironic “Amen, Brother!” I have a hard time convincing people that Paleo is not a religion or based on some mythical way of eating. The concept of a “Paleo Diet Creation Myth” has saturated the media, and though we, the more vocal proponents, fight these stereotypes and logical fallacies, we really have no one to blame but ourselves. What I (and others) must... Continue Reading
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