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Midwifery: A Paleo Approach to Birth

When I first announced my most recent pregnancy, I was immediately overwhelmed by the number of questions that came pouring in from friends, family, even strangers. People have pretty strong

Probiotics: Friends or Foes?

Earth is vast, complex, and mind-boggling in its diversity. We struggle to understand its laws and how all of its constituents interact. In order to accomplish this, we break it

Returning to Your New Normal After Pregnancy

At the same time magical and terrifying, having a baby is life-changing—to say the least. Suddenly, there is a tiny, yet quite loud, person in the room. If you are

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,

Vegetable Feast: Pea-tatoes, Fertilizers, and Anarchist Pesto

Frank Hyman has a BS in horticulture and design from NCSU. He was an organic farmer and an Integrated Pest Management scout in the 1980s. He co-founded two community gardens

Business Spotlight: FitVine Wine

This article was originally published in the February/March 2019 issue of Paleo Magazine. We can argue forever over whether or not our ancestors drank fermented beverages. There's archaeological evidence that

The Carbohydrate Conundrum

Of all the macronutrients (protein, fat, carbohydrate), carbohydrate is one of the most heavily debated. Every day, the media bombards us with multiple, emphatic messages (often diametrically opposed) about dietary

Report from the 2019 Metabolic Health Summit

Above: Four-time brain tumor survivor and pro BMX athlete Josh Perry, performs at the MHS 2019 gala dinner. The dinner and performance were held in support of two  non-profits: The Charlie Foundation

Four Fat-Burners that Aren’t Exercise

By now it's clear there's nothing unhealthy about eating most forms of fat. In fact, fat is our body's preferred source of fuel.1 When we don't eat for a while,

7 Natural Home Remedies Every Parent Should Know

Thankfully, there's no shortage of natural options for treating common childhood illnesses, and many have been providing children (and parents) relief for thousands of years. "I recommend natural home remedies