About Erin Van Genderen

Erin Van Genderen is a journalist and a registered dietician in training. She writes about nutrition science and wellness at erinvangenderen.com.

A Review of Barbell Apparel Women’s Adore Pocket Leggings

By | March 9th, 2018|Articles|

Have you been trying to stuff your muscular quads into skinny Spandex leggings, only to be disappointed with the fit, the performance, or the fabric? Or have you pulled on

Cupcakes and Cookies and Brownies, Oh My! – A Review of The Squirrel & The Bee Bake Shop

By | March 23rd, 2016|Articles|

Imagine walking into a bakery to buy some cupcakes for your child’s upcoming birthday party, or to pick up a treat for a special someone. The aromas of spices and

The Third Way: Ostrich Meat And The Future of Sustainable Agriculture

By | December 22nd, 2015|Articles|

In light of the recent Paris Climate Deal, many conscientious consumers are working toward implementing small changes to decrease their carbon footprint. Authorities recommend such steps as taking public transit

ButcherBox Delivers a Taste of the Range to Your Front Door

By | October 2nd, 2015|Articles|

When Mike Salguero made the switch to grass-fed beef, he always had trouble finding the kinds of cuts he wanted in his local supermarkets. Sure, there was grass-fed ground beef

The Fitness Revival: A hopeful perspective focused on positive change

By | August 19th, 2015|Articles|

“We’ve always been interested in two major things: how to make people’s lives easier and better, and how to positively impact the largest amount of people.” The “we” refers to

Plant-Based Paleo by Jenna Zoe -Striking the perfect balance

By | June 9th, 2015|Articles|

A recent article about the benefits of combining a traditional Paleo diet with a healthy vegan plan has set the Paleo-sphere abuzz. Whether or not you take the “Pegan” concept

Paleoful Baking Mixes – the grain- and gluten-free alternative to ready-made desserts without the artificial ingredients

By | June 3rd, 2015|Articles|

We get it. Eating Paleo doesn’t mean swapping out all of your favorite conventional junk foods for grain- and gluten-free alternatives, nor does it mean that a doughnut that follows

Paleo Fitness – There is definitely a place for play

By | May 28th, 2015|Articles|

This article was originally featured in our Oct/Nov 2013 issue We are all born with an innate desire for movement, for play. As children, we are ever-curious about the physical

Bumi and the Wokabug Brings Children’s Literature Back to Its Ancient Roots

By | May 1st, 2015|Articles|

Jen Richards of Australia’s Rumbles Paleo fame is the storytelling mastermind behind the Bumi series. With her infectious imagination and positivity, Jen spins a tale of a Paleolithic boy and

Review: Wonderfully Raw Products

By | May 1st, 2015|Articles|

The Paleo and the vegan movements often intersect in the most interesting places—take, for instance, the inventive use of seasonal fruits and vegetables in both approaches. Whether spiralized, puréed or