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The Power of Paleo Light

Every single morning—no matter how cold or hot, no matter the hour, no matter where I am in the world—I walk out the front door, barefoot, and stand on the

5 Sane Fat-Slashing Strategies

A lot of us enter the Paleo nutrition world out of sheer necessity. Perhaps a health condition clubbed you right across the face. Maybe an autoimmune disease was leaving you crippled,

What If We Have It All Wrong About Stress?

The prevailing wisdom about mental well-being is that we live an outside-in experience of life, which typically means that our circumstances are the cause of our experience. This paradigm, so

Seven Tips to Get Paleo Fit

This article originally appeared in our book Paleo Fitness. While the benefits of physical activity have long been recognized, the modern environment tends to encourage a lifestyle of inactivity. Humans

Did a Recent Study Find That Low-Carb Diets Increase Mortality?

Low carbohydrate diets have increased in popularity, and there is good evidence to show that following them results in short-term weight loss. But there is less data available as to

4 Rules for Ancestral Fitness & Fat Loss While Living in a Modern World

This article originally appeared in our book Paleo Fitness. Last I checked, tapping away on the built-in Wi-Fi of the gym’s elliptical trainer, checking your smartphone e-mail while hunched over

What’s That Smell? Could It Be Mold?

This article was originally published in our February/March 2019 issue. We all have that friend with a “Black Mold of Death” horror story: The skin-crawling tales of walls ripped down

How High Healthcare Costs May Have Saved My Gut

Like many Americans, I believe that the United States needs some kind of medical reform. It doesn’t seem fair that healthcare, our basic foundation for life, comprises astronomical prices, subpar

Can We “Fix” Meat?

This article was originally published in our February/March 2019 issue. Meat and Humans: A History Last November, researchers carbon-dated the Earth’s oldest known figurative drawing, a 40,000-year-old cave painting in

Wireless Earbuds: Untethered Convenience or Unhealthy Risk?

A decade ago, if you spotted a woman muttering to herself on the sidewalk or noticed a solitary man shouting and gesturing wildly in public, you'd avert your eyes and

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