primal

Level up your burger with a boost of micronutrients from two delicious vegetables.
Removing grains from breakfast has been one of my biggest challenges, but these crepes make it easy.
Most exercise programmes focus on a few specialised areas. But these approaches have one fundamental flaw.
This book represents a three-phase approach to paleo nutrition, with real people and real problems in mind.
Sprouts are one of the most powerful health-promoting foods, and a good source of a good source of iron.
Game meat is high in protein, inexpensive, and delicious when prepared the right way. Here are three recipes to try.
Despite the misleading title of this book, its simple approach might lead you to experiment with new ingredients.
A hearty chili is one of my favorite meals for the chilliest months of the year. Here's a paleo recipe for a big batch.
Creating simple recipes in the crockpot allows you to prepare multiple meals with one staple ingredient.
Primal movement, pelvic floor health, and how to perform and feel better? What more is there to talk about?
Whether you're new to fermentation or want to learn how to add fermented foods to a paleo diet, Jill Ciciarelli's book, "Fermented," will not disappoint.
"Is this paleo?" If you hear your friend, loved one, or yourself ask that question frequently, make sure you check out this list of paleo gift ideas.
Recently I've been reflecting on my propensity for violence, but what I've realized is that I simply like real things. I like feeling like a human being and interacting on a primal, authentic level.
Those who disparage the Paleo diet often cite the mythical caveman “Grok” as evidence exhibit A. Let me explain why Grok is essential for changing people's lifestyles and health.
As you’ll see in the products I review, some of the items are on the expensive side of things, but for good reason. High quality ingredients don't come cheap, and you get what you pay for.
Cooking your own healthy meals can feel expensive and overwhelming. But it doesn't have to be either. Here's my system for planning, shopping for, and cooking a week's worth of great food.
Can we, in fact, live in and partake of the awesomeness (and it is awesome) of modern society without falling victim to the inherent health-related shortcomings? How do we mesh modern and primal?