Paleo

"Make Ahead Paleo" is a perfect resource for busy people who have a hard time juggling work, travel, and healthy eating.
Although the title leaves much to be desired, I highly recommend Pat Flynn's new book for beginners who are looking for a simple, efficient approach to fitness.
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Reading through the many reviews I’ve done over the last couple years would take a lot of time. So, I’ve put together a guide to all my favorite paleo cookbooks.
"Paleo Cooking From Elana's Pantry" has some unbeatable recipes for paleo baked goods, as well as some features that make it ideal for people with food sensitivities.
Bioenergetics by definition means the flow of energy in a biological system. In the human body it refers primarily to the conversion of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats into usable energy.
It seems we’re losing sight of what paleo is all about and looking for sneaky ways to have our cake and eat it too.
Depending on who you ask, a gallon of milk a day will either turn you into a muscle bound machine or make you fat along with having some serious sinus congestion and acne.
The newest in the series of paleo cookbooks from Sarah Fragoso, this one takes the genre in a new direction - specifically, to Italy and traditional Italian food.
The paleo jury is still out on paleo sweets. While for some they’re a healthy treat, the key word is "treat." These food items definitely need to be approached with caution depending on your goals.
If you love pork, Stacy Toth and Matthew McCarry have written a book for you. "Beyond Bacon" is a unique resource full of information and recipes featuring the pig.
The paleo diet is often used in a clinical setting to treat disease. A new study investigates how a paleo diet holds up against traditional dietary recommendations for diabetic patients.
"The 30 Day Guide to Paleo Cooking," by Hayley Mason and George Staley, is a perfect beginner’s guide to getting your feet wet with paleo eating or re-inspire your paleo habits.
It can be hard to find unprocessed workout recovery foods that are also convenient and tasty. The About Time Fruit, Nuts & Protein bars are great on-the-go, whole food options for busy athletes.
Orthorexia, while not officially recognized by the DSM-IV as an eating disorder, is basically an unhealthy obsession with eating healthy food. Take a quiz and find out if you're on the edge.
Most diets today are focused on fear in one way or another - fear of fat, fear of calories, fear of carbs, and more. Here's how to let go of fear and nourish your amazing body properly.
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