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breakthrough way to measure ketones

The breakthrough way to measure ketones that will blow your mind.

Until now, tracking your ketones has meant the necessity for needles. Not only is that no longer the case, but you can now be more accurate than ever.

Paleo On A Budget

Paleo on a Budget

On a tight budget, but still want to eat healthy? Here's a few of our top tips and tricks to eat Paleo on a budget and get the most bang for your buck.

Why we love kombucha

Kombucha: What It Is, What It Does, and Why We Love It

Very similar to a first-timer’s sip of black coffee – or red wine, for that matter – the initial taste of kombucha is bracing: all that sour fizz, the hint

Apple Cider Vinegar

Five Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar (ACV) is really quite versatile. Made from apple cider (hence the name!), the process of making ACV is really quite simple. First the apples are crushed and

Paleo Enthusiasts Are Generally Happier

Five Reasons Paleo Enthusiasts Are Generally Happier

Happiness shouldn't be elusive. Adding these five habits into your life is a painless and easy way to create a happier life.

Equipment for Hunting

Essential Gear for Hunting Season: 10 pieces of Equipment Every Hunter Should Own

While it’s possible to hunt with very little equipment, there’s no denying that good tools increase your odds of success and your level of comfort—and as a beginner, you’re going to need all the help you can get. Here are 10 items to get you started.

Deep Nutrition: Why Your Genes Need Traditional Food

Deep Nutrition by Dr. Catherine Shanahan is a thoroughly enjoyable and fascinating read, and easily deconstructs the science behind its arguments.

Copper River Salmon

Fat Fish: Why Copper River Salmon Fat Is So Good for You

Thanks to having to swim 300+ miles up the the mighty Copper River, Copper River salmon shine above even their wild cousins.

Forging a primal body

Forging a Primal Fit Body

The mace is an ancestral tool that's perfect for stimulating targeted muscles, elongating tense tissues, and mobilizing stiff joints.

Fall acorns

Nature Provides: Fall

Fall is the time when Nature prepares itself for the coming winter. Many different foods are available, and for the most part, they are free for the taking.

More Evidence That Plants Are Good for You

Although nutrition fads come and go, the notion that "fruits and vegetables are good for you" has always remained . . . until now. Of late, even this nutrition truism,

5 non-diet ways to go paleo

5 Ways To Go Paleo That Have Nothing To Do With Food

While most people think of "diet" when they hear "Paleo", there is much more too it than that. These a 5 non-diet ways to help you go paleo!

Fighting Fatigue with Foods – Top 8 Paleo Choices

If you find yourself having a hard time keeping up every day, including these foods in your diet can be instrumental in fighting fatigue.

Eating Bugs

Eating Bugs To Save The World

For a lot of folks in the US, the idea of eating bugs is less than pleasant. However, the world would be a better place if we all ate more bugs.

Evolutionary Mismatch and Chronic Disease

Correct Evolutionary Mismatch and Reverse Chronic Disease

Despite what the conventional medical paradigm suggests, chronic disease doesn’t have to be a life sentence. Ancestral nutrition principles may help.

Holobiont Nutrition

Holobiont Nutrition: The Next Paradigm in Nutrition

The conventional nutrition community has been slow to pick up on the importance of evolutionary biology in the study of nutrition. This has to change.

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